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Personal Note From Bob to Beefcake

Posted by Bob on August 25th, 2012 under Coaching Session


In his first discussion, Beefcake talked about the fact that as a youth he had been depressed about dysgenics.

As he said, the idea of a young man being depressed about genetic decline, smart good-looking people being sterile while the dregs multiplied like rabbits, sounded strange to most people. That is where he started and he found the Mantra.

Such a confession is almost uncomfortably personal. I am sure Beefcake wondered if he should admit that that is how he got started. Today one is supposed to start a talk about the latest rock record or the latest violent incident.

I remember reading one historical fiction where the hero and his friend went by a nunnery and the gatekeeper was a beautiful young girl. His friend got upset that anyone should condemn a beautiful young girl like that to the sterility of nunhood.

That is the normal reaction of a normal male. A normal man would be upset at locking a beautiful woman up for sterility.

Then it hit me that I had never seen this normal reaction by a character in historical fiction books. I have never seen it since.

Women bemoan the fact that so many gay men that they know are handsome. Well, they aren’t allowed to bemoan it so they NOTE it.

I can’t remember how many times I have heard a black woman note that a big time black “wouldn’t have any interest in me.”

But all the men and women above have an underlying shame at such reactions. Black women know that they should never criticize the black man’s role in our society, which is to marry white women.

To be upset at locking a lovely woman up in sterility potentially offends both conservative Catholics and Political Correctness, which, cutting out all the bullshit, says that a woman who has a baby is a slave to men.

I doubt that I am the only one who reads historical novels and dreads the moment when the monk or nun who is the leading character gets some young man or woman to neuter or spay themselves in a joyful ending where they “find a vocation.”

I thought it was sick when Ingrid Bergman played a nun in “The Singing Nun” had the same impression on me.

Like Beefcake, I sensed dysgenics was SICK before I reached my teens.

So, Beefcake, I noted some stated that your first show stated some truths about your own attitudes that were not strategically optimal. But you shared a feeling that to me is altogether natural and makes me feel very close to you.

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  1. #1 by Jason on 08/25/2012 - 7:57 am

    Question for Bob – Do you still predict Political Correctness in America will fall soon, like the USSR did? I hope so, but the US and Europe are a lot more robust than Russia was in terms of economy. I’m afraid they can limp on for a long time.

    A Movie I hear thoughtful people reference in recent years is Idocracy, which is all about dysgenics. It’s a sign many people are feeling the concerns you guys had so young in life. I can’t think of a previous movie about dysgenics.

  2. #2 by BGLass on 08/25/2012 - 10:37 am

    Personal stories, testimony, seems an under-used tool, generally. The sharing of one’s own story creates identification, bonding and the sense of closeness mentioned. Related to the topic of screaming, one such story is worth many rants.

    There was a book “One Sheaf One Vine: Racially Conscious Americans Talk About Race” by Griffin who isn’t mentioned very often; a college prof who saw himself as a paleo, so maybe he got on the nerves of a Leader or just couldn’t get around much as he has hearing impairment. He wrote other books (one about sports, one about William Pierce).

    Anyway, he uses Studs Terkel’s method in books like “Working” as a kind of model for letting people interviewed speak for themselves about how their awareness came about.

    A lot of testimony not only pushes the button of people raised in some religions, but leaves the impression that a flood of people are coming forward (one is not alone), and creates extra-bonding (sharing a secret that they had to keep hidden)— well, and anyway, it just WORKS.

    –A good thing, nowadays, that most people get about 3 calls a day from strangers actually soliciting opinions (“telemarketing”). Perhaps that is a good time to share. They read their thing, then one can read the mantra. Reclaim the marketing device you’re already paying for.

  3. #3 by Dave on 08/25/2012 - 5:37 pm

    Dysgenics is another name for plight and plight is a name for the absence of options.

    It is the self-interested conceit of the Establishment that plight can be overcome by policy. This conceit is veiled by the word “progress”. It is also a conceit that the law can cope with the issue. It can’t and never will so it is entirely irrelevant what the law says.

    So the Establishment chants incantations and shoots bullets randomly.

    But the world is inherited by those who know how to target and those who know how to aim and plight has got nothing to do with it.

  4. #4 by steadiness on 08/25/2012 - 8:03 pm

    Dysgenics is another name for… absence of options? ??? ?????? ??????????

    Dysgenics is an important puzzle piece. The fear of doing anything about it is part of the reason leftists cling so hard to the noble lie of egalitarianism, which they must then support with massive amounts of affirmative action and forced integration, and when it doesn’t work use more.

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