What does Roissy’s “game” have in common with the Af-Pak war? Both are manifestations of Mind-Weaponization. Sure the unmanned drone robot planes are using their own version of “hot lead and cold steel,” but they won’t be defeated by courageous warriors. They will defeated by electronic engineering nerds who make weapons out of microwave ovens, and disinformation specialists who create a “Trojan” radio signal that fools the enemy into thinking they found a good target. When the drone comes along, it gets hit with the microwave weapon and falls out of the sky, hopefully to be retrieved for reverse engineering.
What were once unacknowledged, relatively infrequent targeted killings of suspected militants or terrorists in the Bush years have become commonplace under the Obama administration. And since a devastating December 30th suicide attack by a Jordanian double agent on a CIA forward operating base in Afghanistan, unmanned aerial drones have been hunting humans in the Af-Pak war zone at a record pace. In Pakistan, an “unprecedented number” of strikes — which have killed armed guerrillas and civilians alike — have led to more fear, anger, and outrage in the tribal areas, as the CIA, with help from the U.S. Air Force, wages the most public “secret” war of modern times.
If you are a serious White nationalist, then you have no choice but to become an uber-nerd Francis Bacon type Renaissance man who studies math, science, computer science, and foreign languages FOR FUN. If White nationalism was about fighting with swords, wouldn’t you practice swordfighting every day? If the White race could be saved by chess, wouldn’t you be studying chess stratagems every day?
Of course, this doesn’t mean you are going to lead a gray, impoverished existence. It’s possible to be a poor uber-nerd, but an uber-nerd has an excellent chance of making a good living, and therefore being able to afford to have a White family. It’s also fun. I know an uber-nerd, and he seems truly happy with life. He is Mr. Problem Solver for everyone he deals with. When he was younger, he was more “beta” and he got pushed around a bit, until he learned that he had way more power than he realized. To exercise authority, he didn’t have to actually DO ANYTHING; rather, just refuse to do something that people took for granted from him. He realized he could “go on strike” Atlas Shrugged men of the mind style, and he found that employers, associates and family members quickly assumed grovel position TOWARD HIM.
As for me, I have been much happier with life since deciding to start working towards uber-nerd-dom. There’s something deeply satisfying about it. I recently made a little money doing a Russian to English translation, and fixing a computer on the same day. I’m not getting rich (yet), but it sure beats being a cubicle drone or worse, an in person customer service rep forced to grovel before spoiled Americans.
Being a Maytag man made me see the true face of the American public. There’s no way you should let yourself be put in a position to have to grovel before these people, because hassling service techs is a sport for some of them. The irony is that they go so bad that you can no longer take their tantrum seriously. Higher level service managers have to listen to a customer for as long as the customer keeps them there. One woman screamed at my service manager for 1.5 hours, and he wasn’t able to go pick up his kid from day care.
You can sell knowledge for a dear price though, because most people are intellectually lazy.
If anyone reading this actually decides to weaponize their brain, I’d recommend three things:
1. Learn a foreign language. Select a language that is spoken by a lot of people in your area. If it’s Spanish, so be it. I recommend the Living Language series, and/or Pimsleur.
2. Learn Information Technology if you need a better job. Comptia A+, Network + and Security +. Computer security is a fascinating and important field. Read here about how Data Proliferation is to the Information Age what pollution was to the Industrial Age. Here’s a good quote:
Data is the pollution of the information age. It’s a natural by-product of every computer-mediated interaction. It stays around forever, unless it’s disposed of. It is valuable when reused, but it must be done carefully. Otherwise, its after-effects are toxic.
And just as 100 years ago people ignored pollution in our rush to build the Industrial Age, today we’re ignoring data in our rush to build the Information Age.
Increasingly, you leave a trail of digital footprints throughout your day. Once you walked into a bookstore and bought a book with cash. Now you visit Amazon, and all of your browsing and purchases are recorded. You used to buy a train ticket with coins; now your electronic fare card is tied to your bank account. Your store affinity cards give you discounts; merchants use the data on them to reveal detailed purchasing patterns.
Very few people safeguard their data because they are too lazy to use the technology required. It’s not “transparent” so it’s too much of a hassle. But if you become an expert on data security, you can get a good job and/or do a lucrative business.
3. Learn math and science FOR THE FUN OF IT. Khan Academy is a good place to start. It is fun, when you understand it. It doesn’t matter whether you use what you learn or not. You might just use it to home school your White children into little mind-weapons.
It’s a Terminator, Skynet, Drone attack, Mind-War world we’re entering in the 21st century. Arm yourself appropriately. If you have a whiny, negative comment, don’t bother. I’ll terminate you without remorse.