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WHY WE ARE LOSING THE WAR

One of the main reasons that we are losing the Culture War is the difference in Nature between Men and Women, between /r and /k type people, and the difference between Nietsche's Master and Slave Morality. These are all similar dichotomies.

Men are stronger and more intelligent than Women, but are not as concerned with Consumerism, so women end up being more important to the Capitalists. This is a problem for us.

Most Men are also not interested in the Manosphere, and our ideas have little relevance to normal Men, especially those who are more subsumed into the day-to-day grind of the Western Lifestyle. Life maybe crap for the average Man, but joining a group of online commentors wont really make it much better. Better the Blue Pill than the Black.


WHY WE SHOULD FOCUS ON PHILOSOPHY

However, there is one place where Men have a natural advantage over Women, and that is in Philosophy and Religion, and all related Intellectual persuits. This is where Men like those in the Manosphere can make a big impact.

The dominance of Men in Philosophy is like the dominance of Women in Consumerism. So why waste our energies competing in every-day society, when we can concentrate our abilities where it most suits us, in Philosophy.

The average Man is more interested in Philosophy than the average Woman, and the average Man is more interested in Philosophy than in Game or the Culture War. Just look at the number of subscribers to Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, Rationality Rules etc vs anyone from the Manosphere.

I am saying there is huge demand out there for Philosophers and Intellectuals, where we are best placed to make a difference. We can put our energy into producing something many (though not all) of us agree is a good starting point. Then we can push these ideas into the Intellectual Mainstream, challenge thinkers like Sam Harris, challenge institutions like Universities and Publications. These Institutions are easier to challenge than large Corporations.


WESTERN LIBERALISM IS A RELIGION

It needs to be understood that Western Liberalism is just a Religion, like any other Religion. There are numerous videos on this YT that you can check out. This is the first point we need to push. We can then attack the assumptions of this belief system in the same way Liberals attack Christianity or Islam.

To best attack this belief, we need to produce a different philosophical narrative. So what is best for us to focus our energies around? We want something as universal as possible, but that is also based on Western Civilization.



WHAT IS INDO-EUROPEAN

I cant really go into explaining what Indo-European is here in detail, because it is too big a topic. But in brief..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-European_languages
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proto-Indo..._mythology

In short, Indo European refers primarily to speakers of related languages, all descending from one common source, Proto-Indo-European. Languages are easier to track but more importantly these people also all followed a common Religion and Culture, which was the basis for their Civilizations.

Civilizations descended from PIE include, The Greeks, Latins, Germanic Peoples, Persians, North Indians, Scythians, Tocharians, and many others who are now forgotten and extinct.


INDO-EUROPEAN IS THE BEST STARTING POINT FOR A NEW PHILOSOPHY
  • The single most influencial Cultural, Religous and Philosophical idea in European Civilization
  • Relatively poorly understood
  • Based upon the study of real History, Cultures and Literature. So we can all agree on the starting points.
  • New things are still being learnt. Currently the biggest topic in Ancient DNA and Linguistics in Academia.

The main advantages of IE as a starting point in Philosophy are
  1. We have an objective basis to start from, these are real histories, real literature and culture
  2. Our starting point is massive, and about as Universal as it can get. All IE societies can be traced back to PIE. To make this position more Universal, we would have to include non-IE Civilizations, such as Chinese or Hebrew, but these cannot fit into one single idea, and cannot be syncretised in any objective way.

Nietsche, Alexander Dugin and Alain De Benoist are all influenced by Indo European history. Our results would be somewhat consistent with these positions.



WHAT RELEVANT RESULTS CAN WE COME TO

Here are a few things I have learnt from studying IE history


Indo European Religion was based on Art rather than Revelation
This is important because it removes IE Traditions from the criticism levelled at other faiths, that of being non-scientific.

Art is Objective
Art is an Objective thing, created with skill and for a purpose which it fulfills. The word Art is related to the Vedic Rta, meaning 'Cosmic Order', 'Creation', 'Well-Joined', 'Truth' etc, also related is Ancient Greek 'Arrete' and English words such as Righteous and Ritual, and Order.

The concept of Art extends to more than just cultural things like Paintings and Music, Poetry etc it also relates to Engineering, Language, Sports etc.

Indo European Religions were Masculine
These religions were primarly Patriachal, but unlike Christianity and Islam, where Mans place in the Religion is the same as Womens, IE Religions were primarily a Male creation, targeting other Men, and less concerned with the religiousity of Women.

The Vedic poets are all Men, who are primarily singing to other Men, most of whom are Kings or Warriors, and Strength, Virility, Heroic Sons and Victory in battle are the major things desired by the poets. In Norse Mythology Valhana is a place for Males.

'Gay' and 'Homosexuality' are constructs of Western Liberalism
Pre-Christian IE societies do not have these concepts. Those societies see the dichotomy in terms of Active/Passive, Dominant/Submissive, Masculine/Feminine etc. It doesnt matter if one 'loves men' what matters is whether you are Masculine (the one who penetrates) or Feminine (who gets penetrated). We can see that this is still apparant today by looking at prison populations. The concept of 'Homosexual' does not exist in many societies even today. It then becomes apparant that Men would have contempt for Homosexuals, as that is really passive and unmasculine behaviour, in the same way that a Good Engineer would have contempt for bad engineering, so Men desiring Masculinity would have contempt towards those who are unmanly.

Objectivity is the basis for Existence. Objectivity vs Subjectivity is a better way to look at Religion than Good vs Evil.
This is a result I came from looking at this area. Basically, I see that
All existent things are defined by some set of rules.
Things that are defined by some set of rules are Objective

Masculinity is Objective, Art is Objective. Hence Art is a product of Masculinity.
Masculinity is the physical outcome of a biological drive towards Objectivity.
Ergo, Masculinity is superior to Femininity


I can add more but I think I should leave it here for now and see what thoughts people have.

PROBLEMS WITH MODERN PHILOSOPHY

The important point is the Objectivity in our position. We do not create a Moral or Philosophical position based on random ideas that are currently popular but on a real study of pre-existing History and Literature.

What is happening in Western Society today is that new Philosophers come up with novel ways of looking at Morality and then we have competing ideas that are based on little but Sophistry. Take for instance Ayn Rand, or Sam Harris' Moral Landscape, or JP's work. Each of these has their way of looking at the world, based on their own terms and their own definitions of things. Sometimes they overlap more than at other times, but we cannot say for sure which one of these Philosophers are closest to having a 'Universal' Philosophy.

Our ideas are the most Universal for Western Civilization because most of the concepts we hold can be seen either as an evolution of pre-existing IE concepts, or innovations away from it. In each case we can look at our data to determine what it tells us about these ideas, and whether they are consistent or inconsistent with PIE, or any of the descendant cultures.

SOME POSITIONS

Regarding the Gillette Ad, it can be seen that IE societies held that the Priests/Philosophers had the right to discuss these things, not the Merchant Class.

Regarding Veganism, we know that IEs ate meat, enjoyed fatty meats the most, and actually developed their society from Pastoralism, so Veganism is against Tradition. Vegan Moral arguments are based on the idea of Utilitarianism, that of maximising Well-being for Sentient Beings. We see that this is only an assumption, and that Morality is not based on maximising well-being for sentient beings. There is nothing Objective about placing the Well-Being of Sentient Beings as the highest value for humanity.

Regarding Feminism, arguments against can be further developed but we have a position that is pro-Masculinity, so would argue against the equality of Men and Women. Feminism is also Subjective rather than Objective, in that it attempts to ignore real data that contradicts it's position.

Regarding Modern Art and Poetry, these things today are considered completely Subjective, so anything can be Art and anything can be Poetry. Though Art itself is not easily defined (it is a catch-all term) Poetry was always defined from Prose by being written in Metre, and following the constraints of the Metre. So todays 'Poetry', known as Free Verse, is not Poetry. Modern 'Art' too is not Art, because it does follow the definition of Art we have set out. This extends to other parts of modern Culture, Movies, Pop Songs and Fashion for instance.

Art and Poetry in our Society are very much descended from our Indo European Traditions, with the Abrahamic Culture having added little to this. Therefore, questions of 'What is Art' ultimately can only be answered from an Indo-European perspective.


SCIENCE, MORALITY AND GOOD TASTE

Lastly, an important point about Science. We do not have a position against Science, but I would say that Liberalism does not understand the limitation of Science. Science is often a reductionist method, and this is it's ultimate limitation. We accept things in World can be too complex to be reduced to a formal method, such as Logic or Science, hence we prefer to take a more empirical approach to certain questions.

Morality is a good example. Utilitarianism would state that Moral questions can be answered scientifically. I imagine Morality as something more akin to Art then Science.

Art cannot be evaluated scientifically and neither can Morality. Human Societies are too complex for Morality to be reduced to a formalism such as Logic or Science. Hence, Morality is evaluated in the same way as Art, by Good Taste.

It can be shown that 'Good Taste' is an Objective thing. I am saying it is the same thing that tells you something is a good song vs a bad song, as that which tells you what is a virtue and what is not. I would say 'Good Taste' is more important than IQ. IQ is a reductionist method, whereas 'Good Taste', though Objective, cannot be reduced and quantified.

People in our Society put too much emphasis on Logical Arguments, which often are just feats of Sophistry and not real arguments at all. Logical Arguments and Science are often Sound but rarely Complete. When we reduce complexity to a Formalism, we do not know what our formal system may be missing from the Objective Reality we wish to know. But this method results in good articles for the masses to consume, and the illusion of progress.

SUMMARY


We see the importance of Objectivity as a Religious concept, and how Objectivity is at the root of all Art and Science. We see human societies as Objective things governed by existing Laws which we desire to know, so we can better improve our Societies.

There is an ultimate irony in all of human existence. It is the same Laws that seem to constrain Human Freedom, that give rise to Human Existence, and all it's Freedoms. The Liberal desire is to be free of all Natural Laws, but these Laws are that which Human Existence depends on. Freedom comes from knowing these Laws and having the skill to express oneself by them, not against them, as the Liberals desire.

An Engineer can express himself by creating a great car, the same Laws that allow this creation also constrain it.
A Poet expresses himself in a Poem through the use of Metre and Language, the rules of which both allow for the expression and also constrain it.

In Indo-European Religion the Cosmic Law is more powerful than any of the Gods. So, where we, as a post Abrahamic people, think of God as the highest thing in religion, for the Indo Europeans this thing was Cosmic Law, Truth, The-Well-Joined.
This thing is analogous to Objectivity in todays philosophical language.

So, in short, Law, Objectivity, Art and Masculinity are the main buzzwords of this post.
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Is there any kind of Indo-European hat that I can tip? I don't think fedora applies, but some tipping is in order.
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The current Western academic philosophy, the analytic branch, is generally a child of skepticism, not stoicism as many here would like to. The non-analytic philosophy is a child of so-called Three Masters of Suspicion - Nietzsche, Marx, Freud.
What you are looking for, is not some philosophy, but a religion together with Weltanschauung (worldview).
Didn't Evola try all that Indoeuropean stuff already? Well,he clearly made it too elitist. A religion cannot be too elitist if it wants to have some broader appeal.

In my opinion, even if some new religious worldview did come into being, it would not regenerate the West. Look at history: Christianity did not regenerate the Roman empire, Tao did not regenerate the imperial China.

The Alt Right worldview seems to be founded in evolutionary psychology, which you could call a naturalized psychology, which would be a branch of biology, which would be a kind of Darwinism. All of that is a kind of scientism. Scientism is part of a general Western "progress" religion. Therefore, Alt Right is a natural emanation of Western Faustian spirit. Alt Right is like improving on what has already been, a kind of counterrevolution, or in the Soviet parlance, "correcting mistakes and distortions". It is not something new. It is a continuation of a long-standing past narration, again and again. It shows that Hegelian Triad of thesis-antithesis-synthesis often gets bogged down in repetitions... So maybe the Hegelian Triad is not true at all. Kierkegaard, who was both a student and a critic of Hegel, did write a book with the title "Repetition". One of the points of Kierkegaard's criticism was that we ourselves yearn for repetition, because we finally hope to achieve perfection in a next cycle. All of that, however, has nothing to do with how the universe or God are operating, only with our own yearning. You cannot become closer to God by becoming more perfect, according to Kierkegaard the only way to God is by the leap of faith, which is absurdity itself from a human perspective of wanting-to-be-perfect.

https://www.aaas.org/programs/dialogue-s...-scientism

Moreover, religions usually promote a kind of static, conservative worldview. Good luck with that in the West.

By the way, I think that the process of taking down Alt Right is already in progress, by promoting a new meme of non-replicability of psychological experiments, i.e. "psychology is not really a science, guys".
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Are any societies objective in anyway? I don't get that. There are societies that tell themselves they're god's chosen people despite massive evidence to the contrary.

How is objectivity the root of all art? That seems like an awfully questionable statement.

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By the way, I think that the process of taking down Alt Right is already in progress, by promoting a new meme of non-replicability of psychological experiments, i.e. "psychology is not really a science, guys". You are being set up to become a new incarnation of "irrational Nazism", sorry, Trumpism, guys. The Master Narration says that Forces of Light are Forces of Reason and the Master Narration will be upheld.
Mind you, this new meme is specifically aimed at men, since women do not really care about truthfulness in psychology, for them psychology is just a kind of enterprise which gives "scientific" credence to their feminine concern of "feeling", psychology thus being essentially the divination of feelings.
It is a kind of fun, too: it reminds me about a common joke going around the philosophy department during my studies there, namely that "psychology is a philosophy for women".
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(01-21-2019 05:34 AM)Fortis Wrote:  Are any societies objective in anyway? I don't get that. There are societies that tell themselves they're god's chosen people despite massive evidence to the contrary.

What I mean by this statement is that Societies exist as tangible things in reality, so they are Objective in that they have their own Laws that must adhered to. Just like a machine follows certain Laws so Societies too follow Laws. Liberalism or Marxism do not see Society as Objective things in their own right, they see Society as something solely based on their ideological concepts, hence resulting in attempts at top-down manipulation of Society to fit their own idealism.

Our position holds that manipulation of Society, by 'empowering' Women for instance, can have consequences that may or may not be knowable, therefore, we seek to understand the consequences of such policies on Society as a whole. Liberals see Society as a blank canvas, without a pre-existing structure (Law), a vehicle in which to create their own idealized reality.

(01-21-2019 05:34 AM)Fortis Wrote:  How is objectivity the root of all art? That seems like an awfully questionable statement.

I claim that we can differentiate good Art from bad Art. Such a claim requires that Art is an objective thing. Modern Culture holds the position that Art is subjective, that anything can be Art depending on the experience of the Artist.

Traditional Arts were things that you could learn and get better at. These Arts were based on certain Laws, which give rise to 'techniques' that allow for the creation of Art. Techniques in each field are universal, which tells us Art is Objective. Modern Art and Free Verse are without universally accepted Techniques, because there is no Objective structure (Laws) that could give rise to them.

You may prefer one song to another, just like you may prefer a Ferrari to a Lamborghini, and that preference is subjective. Yet, we know that car engineering is an objective thing, the same Laws apply to making both cars. Similarly with writing songs, we know the same Laws apply to all songs, so we know that song writing is an objective thing.
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(01-21-2019 04:20 AM)ilostabet Wrote:  Is there any kind of Indo-European hat that I can tip? I don't think fedora applies, but some tipping is in order.

Indo-Europeans really like Hats and Headcoverings.

Pointed Hats were quite common in Europe and with Scythians

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pointed_hat
"Though often suggesting an ancient Indo-European tradition"

These are found from Bronze Age Germany

[Image: alle72.jpg]

Quote:"Since the 1996 discovery, it’s been possible to interpret these cones as the hats of some kind of priest or wizard. "
http://transblawg.eu/2003/09/08/golden-c...coneheads/



Scythians wore similar Pointed Hats
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Ofcourse, we shouldnt forget the famous Wide-Brimmed Witches Hat, this one found in ancient female mummies from the Tarim Basin.
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Gold Hats worn under Turbans in Afghanistan are remiscent of the Golden German Hat
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If those are not to your taste you can always go for the Classic Phyrgian Hat, also known as the The Liberty Cap (not the mushroom)
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Otherwise the Pakool is still an option
[Image: Afghan-Traditional-Pakol-Hat.jpg]
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Active Identarianism starts taking serious bites out of globalism.

Zero rep blow-in: "Guys, we need to return to a philosophical debate about an amorphous concept that nobody can directly identify with. If we can only strike the magical chord of intellectual perfection then our enemies will be banished into the nether!

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How much money did the globalists dump into the fruits of this little think tank, or are you just the monkey they paid to copy-paste it?

I can just see the peasantry storming the palace gates. Their battle-cry sounds!

"Give me indo-europeanism or give me death!!!"

God demands of Man responsibility. God demands of Woman vulnerability. These are their curse and blessing alike. Libertianism is to Man as Feminism is to Woman.
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(01-21-2019 09:41 AM)mzp1 Wrote:  
(01-21-2019 04:20 AM)ilostabet Wrote:  Is there any kind of Indo-European hat that I can tip? I don't think fedora applies, but some tipping is in order.

Indo-Europeans really like Hats and Headcoverings.

Pointed Hats were quite common in Europe and with Scythians

1.Not everything is meaningful.

2.Don't see any Scythians around. See (1).
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Quote:The average Man is more interested in Philosophy than the average Woman, and the average Man is more interested in Philosophy than in Game or the Culture War. Just look at the number of subscribers to Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, Rationality Rules etc vs anyone from the Manosphere.
Average man is also a dumb fuck. These controlled philosophers merely print out what the current accepted counterculture is.

I don't still quite get how would this kind of society look in practice?
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(01-21-2019 10:05 AM)Kaligula Wrote:  
(01-21-2019 09:41 AM)mzp1 Wrote:  
(01-21-2019 04:20 AM)ilostabet Wrote:  Is there any kind of Indo-European hat that I can tip? I don't think fedora applies, but some tipping is in order.

Indo-Europeans really like Hats and Headcoverings.

Pointed Hats were quite common in Europe and with Scythians

1.Not everything is meaningful.

2.Don't see any Scythians around. See (1).

I consider it meaningful because it tells us of a widespread and therefore very successful culture, that spread from Western Europe to the Tarim Basin by the Bronze Age. We can generalize about this cultural space as the subcultures were all related by descent from PIE.

Also, wearing a hat is seen as dignified, or was seen as dignified, in European culture, so it is good to know what the likely origin of this cultural concept was.
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(01-21-2019 11:48 AM)mzp1 Wrote:  so it is good to know what the likely origin of this cultural concept was.

What about origins of hats in weather conditions...?

Moreover, hats have nothing to do with philosophy, and that was your interest in the first post. Have you found some Plato or Aristotle treaty devoted to hats, or what...?


Look, I don't want to disparage your ethnological interest in hats, but such considerations are simply not meaningful in the context of modernity. Even ETA disbanded, and ETA was a military arm of one of the most archaic nations nowadays, Basques.
However, as much as ETA was a resourceful organization (they were never completely defeated), they had never come even close to the idea of weaponizing a Basque beret.

But I am sure the Basque beret will become a banner of next insurgency, should your Indoeuropeans Hatters triumph!
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(01-21-2019 11:48 AM)mzp1 Wrote:  
(01-21-2019 10:05 AM)Kaligula Wrote:  
(01-21-2019 09:41 AM)mzp1 Wrote:  
(01-21-2019 04:20 AM)ilostabet Wrote:  Is there any kind of Indo-European hat that I can tip? I don't think fedora applies, but some tipping is in order.

Indo-Europeans really like Hats and Headcoverings.

Pointed Hats were quite common in Europe and with Scythians

1.Not everything is meaningful.

2.Don't see any Scythians around. See (1).

I consider it meaningful because it tells us of a widespread and therefore very successful culture, that spread from Western Europe to the Tarim Basin by the Bronze Age. We can generalize about this cultural space as the subcultures were all related by descent from PIE.

Also, wearing a hat is seen as dignified, or was seen as dignified, in European culture, so it is good to know what the likely origin of this cultural concept was.

Probably a bad time to point out I was just making a joke with the hat thing.

It may be that humor is one of those (few) things that indo-europeanism did not develop.

We wuz humorless n shit I guess.
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Some may already be aware, but SuriveTheJive is a good youtube channel focusing on European and Indo European History. He is also close to the Alt-Right (?) and the Manosphere.


















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(01-21-2019 09:50 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Active Identarianism starts taking serious bites out of globalism.

Zero rep blow-in: "Guys, we need to return to a philosophical debate about an amorphous concept that nobody can directly identify with. If we can only strike the magical chord of intellectual perfection then our enemies will be banished into the nether!

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How much money did the globalists dump into the fruits of this little think tank, or are you just the monkey they paid to copy-paste it?

I can just see the peasantry storming the palace gates. Their battle-cry sounds!

"Give me indo-europeanism or give me death!!!"

I don't think they're sinister globalist shills, I think that he and Kaligula are just poorly-read and overly impressed with their own intelligence. This is what happens when you don't have an actual education curriculum and kids spend 12 years reading junk, they get one idea and think they're history's greatest genius since they have no point of comparison. Neomasculinity, for whatever its faults may have been, was at least a serious attempt by intelligent people to come up with a code of values. This is just garbage.


mzp1, have you noticed that everyone is laughing at you and treating your ideas with contempt? That nobody is taking them seriously in the slightest? Are you going to try and change anything in your philosophy or approach in light of this fact?
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(01-21-2019 02:20 PM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  
(01-21-2019 09:50 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Active Identarianism starts taking serious bites out of globalism.

Zero rep blow-in: "Guys, we need to return to a philosophical debate about an amorphous concept that nobody can directly identify with. If we can only strike the magical chord of intellectual perfection then our enemies will be banished into the nether!

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How much money did the globalists dump into the fruits of this little think tank, or are you just the monkey they paid to copy-paste it?

I can just see the peasantry storming the palace gates. Their battle-cry sounds!

"Give me indo-europeanism or give me death!!!"

I don't think they're sinister globalist shills, I think that he and Kaligula are just poorly-read and overly impressed with their own intelligence. This is what happens when you don't have an actual education curriculum and kids spend 12 years reading junk,

It is the first time I hear I am a poorly-read person. And I did go through a pretty long education curriculum,
up to the university level. But I am sure yours was even longer.
Whatever.

PS. Where do you think I met the Japanese emperor Akihito ? At university! I presume you are jealous, since you have lived in Japan, I haven't, and still... this privilege of speaking with His Imperial Majesty had been granted to me, and not to you!

https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-71967...pid1922819

Since it may sound a bit improbable to some, a short explanation: I had a friend who was studying Japanese studies, and he put me there
(I already knew quite a bit about Japan, so I wasn't a failure risk), which was easy since the small Japanese studies department was kind of scared that they had only a few students to show, as it was already the summer vacation time! The students weren't really expected to talk in Japanese, only the faculty who specially for this reason was exercising special forms with the Japanese embassy staff weeks before.
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(01-21-2019 02:29 PM)Kaligula Wrote:  PS. Where do you think I met the Japanese emperor Akihito ? At university! I presume you are jealous, since you have lived in Japan, I haven't, and still... this privilege of speaking with His Imperial Majesty had been granted to me, and not to you!
https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-71967...pid1922819

No, not really.
That's... kinda weird that you would think that.
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(01-21-2019 02:29 PM)Kaligula Wrote:  PS. Where do you think I met the Japanese emperor Akihito ? At university! I presume you are jealous, since you have lived in Japan, I haven't, and still... this privilege of speaking with His Imperial Majesty had been granted to me, and not to you!
https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-71967...pid1922819

No, not really.
That's... kinda weird that you would think that.


(01-15-2019 05:30 AM)Kaligula Wrote:  As a curiosity: it happened to me to stand 4 meters away from the Japanese Emperor Akihito and his Consort during the Imperial Majesty visit to Poland in 2002. There were something like 30 Japanese journalists for 4 Polish ones, even though the visit was purely ceremonial one. Now you could see that the Emperor is still a very important person in Japan.

Well, I have imagined that with your years in Japan adding on, you must have become a bit like these Japanese journalists, with their own little stools to stay on behind their cameras, being greater than they actually were....
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(01-15-2019 05:30 AM)Kaligula Wrote:  As a curiosity: it happened to me to stand 4 meters away from the Japanese Emperor Akihito and his Consort during the Imperial Majesty visit to Poland in 2002. There were something like 30 Japanese journalists for 4 Polish ones, even though the visit was purely ceremonial one. Now you could see that the Emperor is still a very important person in Japan.
As I was standing so close to him, and later even exchanged a few words with him, I can assure you: he is not a divine being. But a very polite, considerate guy, a man for himself type, not really "man of the people", rather a bit withdrawn like Ratzinger aka Pope Benedict XVI. Akihito loves animals, maybe more than people; he made a show of this love in Poland.

I for one am glad your university level education empowered you to grace us with such in depth analysis.

What university would you say offers the best "Divine Detection" course? I wouldn't want to waste money on one infested with SJWs, which could result in false positives for people like Obama.
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(01-21-2019 04:54 PM)Repo Wrote:  I for one am glad your university level education empowered you to grace us with such in depth analysis.

What university would you say offers the best "Divine Detection" course? I wouldn't want to waste money on one infested with SJWs, which could result in false positives for people like Obama.

I would suggest Al-Azhar in Cairo, Egypt.
Tradition & Experience in detecting the Divine in the world. Since 972.
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