my evilness uncovered…

…and yours, too, if you’re an hbd-er! (of course you are — why else would you be here?!)

the overlord of the über-feral reveals all: Hateful, Bestial, Demonic

(~_^)

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  1. “Stephen Jay Gould, Jared Diamond, Steven Rose, Richard Lewontin and Karl Marx have taught us, humun beings floated free ”

    Hilarious…parody surely?

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  2. This guy almost sounds like secretly believes in HBD. He compares “real” scientists including Karl Marx to “pseud-scientists” including Greg Cochrane. Could it be subliminal satire? Perhaps the protective walls of silence preventing discussion of HBD are crumbling?

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  3. @peter – “Could it be subliminal satire?”

    more like sublime satire. (~_^) the guy is kidding. the give-aways are there right at the start: i mean, he admires hillary clinton?! (^_^) (^_^) (^_^)

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  4. re. critical mass/ communication of ideas

    do you know this? http://occidentalascent.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/human-varieties-goes-collaborative/

    http://humanvarieties.org/

    i don’t know what led me to this (maybe your site – the article on China is excellent http://www.edge.org/response-detail/23838)

    also contributory:

    “The emergence of the third culture introduces new modes of intellectual discourse and reaffirms the preeminence of America in the realm of important ideas. Throughout history, intellectual life has been marked by the fact that only a small number of people have done the serious thinking for everybody else. What we are witnessing is a passing of the torch from one group of thinkers, the traditional literary intellectuals, to a new group, the intellectuals of the emerging third culture.” http://www.edge.org/the-third-culture

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    re. JD/violence

    did you see this? http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2013/feb/03/jared-diamond-clash-tribal-peoples

    re. dopplegangers
    (I linked to this from the same article because I thought it would be about the debate within anthropology but it wasn’t, but I couldn’t help but be struck by the resemblance – spears and all http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/anthropology )

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    re. preserving culture

    What I really like about the partner-marriage-civic hyp. is that it explains why human rights philosophy fails European civilization – HR is defined by the presence of behaviors deemed essential – the upshot is that the culture with most behaviors is able to dominate visible culture (if not ideological too) but more importantly cultures that evolved away from behaviors are not allowed to argue for the _absence_ of certain behaviors being essential for their cultures.

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    re. that special something

    have you looked at relationships with animals at all? I increasingly find that if I want to watch anything on TV containing my ethnic group, it will be a programme about someone rearing orphaned joeys in the outback or something. but I love that relationship with animals and abhor what the Chinese are doing to keep their peckers up.

    not only animals but just sheer feats of endurance for the sake of it – talking about Eskimos ability to survive, Ice Road Truckers is amazing – the hardships that the drivers go through to get supplies way up into the tundra region communities (or outback of Australia communities too) is really quite incredible. I know there is money in it but these people do it for the challenge mainly – Lisa Kelly has impressed me even a bit more than HBDC :)

    I saw a prog about two guys who went staying with indigenous tribes. one time they were with a group who live in tree houses somewhere. when it rained the community stayed in doors and it rained a lot. the guys went nuts. eventually they said they were going to go fishing in the rain. the community were appalled and quite fed up coz since the cameras were there they had to go too. and guess what, the weird Europeans caught fish even though it was raining.

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    re. current topic

    the uber man is in the Orkneys – seat of ancient north Europe (millennia before Egypt or Sumeria)

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  5. the overlord of the über-feral reveals all: Hateful, Bestial, Demonic

    (~_^)

    OH, NOES!!!!!!!111eleven

    I feel sorry for the commenter who said he was drunk—must’ve thoroughly trashed his sarcasm detector!

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  6. This guy gives me an idea. Perhaps we should start a bunch of counterintelligence blogs that write totally over the top, ridiculous condemnations of HBD and linking them throughout the center and the left. Make them absolutely full of errors and tone-deaf enough that even the true believers are turned off.

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  7. hbd chick — blogger Killing-for-Company starts his post by contrasting your evilitude to the wholesome holiness of Hillary Clinton, Aung San Suu Kyi and Winnie Mandela. It hardly seems fair for KFC to expect anyone to live up to the standards of these latter-day saints.

    Just to to touch briefly on your shortcomings: how does your history of mentorship of young people compare to that of Mrs. Mandela? Who have you uplifted; who is your Stompie Moekets? Your Lolo Sono, your Siboniso Tshabalala?

    You must repent. Abjure your heresies and begin to earn the love of your lessers. Only then might the good and the great of Hollywood deign to showcase your wonderfulness with a star turn on reality TV.

    Just remember, wicked hbd chick, that a journey of a thousand miles begins with but a single step. But you could hardly choose a more fitting pole star than Winne Mandela.

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  8. @jehu – “Perhaps we should start a bunch of counterintelligence blogs that write totally over the top, ridiculous condemnations of HBD and linking them throughout the center and the left. Make them absolutely full of errors and tone-deaf enough that even the true believers are turned off.”

    (~_^)

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  9. @amac78 – “…how does your history of mentorship of young people compare to that of Mrs. Mandela?”

    i once hand-raised a baby chick (this kind << not my hand) when the mother hen was tragically killed when an otherwise non-homicidal (or i guess that would be non-gallusidal) cow stepped on her (<< true story). does that count? (counts a LOT in my book, let me tell you!)

    @amac78 – “You must repent.”

    oh, hey — i was raised a roman catholic. i’ve done enough repenting to last me a lifetime. several lifetimes! (~_^)

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  10. @big nose kate – “do you know this? http://occidentalascent.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/human-varieties-goes-collaborative/

    http://humanvarieties.org/

    yup! (^_^) i’ve got them in the blogroll (↓). thanks!

    @big nose kate – “i don’t know what led me to this (maybe your site – the article on China is excellent http://www.edge.org/response-detail/23838)”

    yup! wrote a (short) post about it. good stuff! (^_^)

    @big nose kate – “did you see this? http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2013/feb/03/jared-diamond-clash-tribal-peoples

    yes. jared got himself into a little hot water there! he is right though. can’t believe i’m saying it (again), but: jared diamond is right.

    @big nose kate – “have you looked at relationships with animals at all? I increasingly find that if I want to watch anything on TV containing my ethnic group, it will be a programme about someone rearing orphaned joeys in the outback or something.”

    i haven’t, but i have had it on my mind, absolutely! i think you’re right on target there. i can’t think of any group today that’s more animal-rights oriented than europeans … and really it’s northwestern europeans … and really it’s the english (again). can you think of any other group of people who choose vegetarianism because they want to be nice to the animals? no.

    it really is the natural extension of “be altruistic towards the outsiders” — being altruistic towards other species.

    i have thought once or twice about writing just such a post — but never got around to it (typical!) — but in the process of a doing a little research for the post at one point, i had a read of this wikipedia page (also this one).

    @big nose kate – “…someone rearing orphaned joeys in the outback….”

    you’ve been watching kangaroo dundee! (~_^) i’m jealous! TOTALLY my kinda show. (^_^)

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  11. thanx 4 the evil traffic, lady! to be fair, mr marx and mr engels WERE hbd-ers (racist, sexist, homophobic, etc), but megalomania is the basis of marxism, not reality, so hbd was never important.

    and interesting to see different levels of iq (irony-quotient) at work in readers’ reactions. a non-hbd theory about this:

    In the old worlds of Europe and Asia, where cities are thousands of years old, streets wind and twist, because the cities of Europe and Asia have grown rather like plants; in the new world of America, streets run in straight lines intersecting at right angles. American cities are planned, rational attempts to conquer and control unplanned, irrational geography, and perhaps the reputation of New Englanders for subtlety and guile rises from their environment. Cities like Boston are old enough to have grown in the winding, twisting old world fashion, and perhaps they train their modern inhabitants in the oblique and indirect.

    Science or Sorcery

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  12. @hbdc: animals

    Final episode of Africa last night – Masai warriors have been persuaded to swap ‘adopting the name of the lion they kill’ for ‘donating their own name to a lion that they become guardian of’ – the brilliant idea seems to have caught on.
    6 days left to view http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p010jc6p

    but if time is short then this is a must http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWSGqNBT1gc

    David Attenborough talking to a baby rhino (it’s better to watch the last 10 mins of the program as then you see the full rhino-David meeting and can understand why the rhino approaches David to say, ‘don’t leave me’).

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  13. @hbdc “respond to your comments from the other day (starting here)”

    Yes, I am disorientated, thank you for noticing – I’m the blogsphere equivalent of trying to retrieve my nuts from the highway!

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  14. @KFC – “to be fair, mr marx and mr engels WERE hbd-ers (racist, sexist, homophobic, etc)….”

    yeah, but EVERYbody was back in those days, so it almost doesn’t count that they were, too.

    @KFC – “…perhaps the reputation of New Englanders for subtlety and guile rises from their environment.”

    i’ve always ascribed the lack of … subtlety … in american humor to the presence of too many germanics (yes, i blame them for EVERYthing! (~_^) ). great folks, the germanics — i thank them for the tidy lawns, clean streets, and trains that run on time — but a bunch of stand-up comedians they ain’t. new englanders, otoh — well, new englanders.

    @KFC – “American cities are planned, rational attempts to conquer and control unplanned, irrational geography….”

    i love europe (by which i mean england), but oh — gimme a planned city any day! all those twisty, turny lanes and alleyways? they’re fun on vacation, but not for everyday living. ack! (~_^)

    btw: bats. i love bats! i must come over and read your bat post. (^_^)

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  15. i’ve always ascribed the lack of … subtlety … in american humor to the presence of too many germanics

    it IS a stereotype in anglophonia that germans have no sense of humour, e.g. hitler and his moustache being successful there, whereas they’d’ve been laughed at in england. but german humour can be very good (e.g. nietzsche, thomas mann, beethoven: “i love your opera — i think i will set it to music.”). in the u.s.a., i wonder whether lack of subtlety arose because english became a lingua franca for people with mutually unintelligible mother-tongues. i.e., it lost its nuances, except in places like new england.

    i love europe (by which i mean england), but oh — gimme a planned city any day! all those twisty, turny lanes and alleyways? they’re fun on vacation, but not for everyday living. ack! (~_^)

    well, i’ve lived in both kinds of city and i’ve decided i prefer the unplanned ones. it’s almost like living inside or on a body. plus, there’s a deeper sense of history in an unplanned city and the maths is more interesting. in lord of the rings, a-course, the shire is unplanned and mordor planned. tolkien’s prose wasn’t good, but he was an hbd-er and drew on hbd to create middle earth. (the genetics of elvish ear-pointedness — up, forward or backward — would be interesting.)

    btw: bats. i love bats! i must come over and read your bat post. (^_^)

    i hope you like/d it, but when i say in the review that i don’t like cars, canines and coos, i.e. pigeons, that’s only 2/3rds true. i don’t like cars or canines, but pigeons are ok. i am working my way thru my favourite animals: spiders, frogs, damgonflies, bats so far. owls, swifts, cheetahs, butterflies et al to appear later, i hope.

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