If Dugin still holds to the initiative he advocated in the 90s to destroy America, to “pay them back in the same coin” for the fall of the USSR, I don’t see why we shouldn’t return the favor. Clearly, whatever doctrines Dugin suggests for his fellow Russians, we should sabotage by propagating the direct opposite in Russian society. Anyone willing to risk being boiled alive like that one prisoner I mentioned? “To whom it may concern.”

Looks like Dugin is cooking up a noble lie to unite Russia

With eleven time-zones I wonder how many ethnoses they have. “Only one!!” orders Dugin. It’s interesting reading this recently translated book of his, Ethnosociology, from a priest’s perspective (everything is interesting from a priest’s perspective).

[Deleuze voice] Philosophy is the creation of concepts:

Power does not only delete the text. Power edits it.

At least according to Wikipedia, not known for its anticommunist venom, millions died in the famines of Lysenkoist agriculture—driven by a political edit of biology—an idea more dangerous than a hydrogen bomb.

“political edit” – nifty

There’s been a multi-year plot against me to convince people that dirt races aren’t real. It’s good to never acknowledge that niggers are mud that exist at a pre-scientific, pre-literate level.

If you want to talk about disturbing psychologies, jewesses like to be strangled to death and kissed in their final moment before they die. Did yhwh make this rule about them? Oh well I prefer aryans anyway.

“Alright you caught me.”

What??? You admitted it???

Real existentialism hours with those concepts he introduced. It’s not only the elites who are guilty of that, it’s also just regular people. The elites and people reinforce each other in the sustainment of the state religion (“government” as Yarvin calls it).

I witness firsthand on a daily basis the way that the demos sways some of these “elites”. Once again, there’s voice-democracy and there’s vote-democracy. High and low make agreements with each other, then the formal voting occurs.

Or is he wrong? Do you not want to feel important in the eyes of liars? “Alright you caught me.” I know this to be a fact that you’re caught.

Then we can ask the question, who are the eyes of the liars, who is this third-party? The answer is there is no third-party, it’s all high and low, elites and people. From Yarvin’s perspective this is a false hierarchy- the elites aren’t elite:

you suspect your bureaucrats may be driving in Vegas with a map of Reno

Yep, bureaucrats and the rest of them, Yarvin (from his latest essay, a theory of wokeness). His psychological prowess is still “living-AI-like” in its shrewdness from time to time:

An anthem is a way to feel important. A formula is a way to support the government. Therefore, a formulaic anthem is a way to feel important by supporting the government.

Good questions here- what The Problem boils down to:

Why are we emotionally attracted to ambition and loyalty? Why are both so beautiful that they can confuse our sense of truth?

Let’s hammer the point home. What would you say if he stated this at the table today?

Our marketplace of ideas might still learn that progressivism is a way for the ruling class to feel important by supporting the government.