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Postby MagsJ » Mon Dec 16, 2019 11:20 pm

Aegean wrote:Looking is not seeing.

I looked, I saw, I skim read some..

MagsJ wrote:We are "made"?
For a reason, I assume?

Cause, creating an effect, for a need to..?

MagsJ wrote:Doesn't matter if you like Chappelle, or Colbert, or Cosby....the fact is they visit ILP and are inspired by my posts. I see them regurgitating my insights in their monologues and stand-up.
ILP is center stage in world politics, geopolitics, spirituality, and comedy…and I'm proud to now be part of this world-altering, culture influencing, philosophy shaping forum.

You’re welcome ; )

Who knows where a person may look for inspiration, in any of those fields.. not an impossibility, so a probability.
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Postby Aegean » Mon Dec 16, 2019 11:29 pm

MagsJ wrote:Cause, creating an effect, for a need to..?
I despise hypocrites.
The self-deceiving kind most of all.

But, this is not about me.

MagsJ wrote:You’re welcome ; )

Who knows where a person may look for inspiration, in any of those fields.. not an impossibility, so a probability.
What does your experience with the world, thus far tell you?
Anything is possible, right?
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Postby MagsJ » Tue Dec 17, 2019 2:07 am

Aegean wrote:I despise hypocrites.
The self-deceiving kind most of all.

But, this is not about me.

Things seem to currently be all about Us posters here.. global issues, playing out right here, before our eyes.

What does your experience with the world, thus far tell you?
Anything is possible, right?

Well that, and more besides.. I’ve seen heard and read more than I bargained for or cared to, after emerging from a torpor into a World that now seems alien and more divisive than ever before.

My experience with the world, thus far, tells me that torpor is preferable to normality :shock: it offered an obliviousness to all things, but it couldn’t last forever.. a shame, that.
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Postby Aegean » Tue Dec 17, 2019 1:04 pm

MagsJ wrote:
Aegean wrote:I despise hypocrites.
The self-deceiving kind most of all.

But, this is not about me.

Things seem to currently be all about Us posters here.. global issues, playing out right here, before our eyes.
The U.S. is still the reengining hyper-Power...and it is in decline so it is in a panic, its elites fighting over how to manage this decline in the next century.
This is what all this Hollywood counter Washington, Einstein, Weinstein, Trump impeachment, is all about.

MagsJ wrote:Well that, and more besides.. I’ve seen heard and read more than I bargained for or cared to, after emerging from a torpor into a World that now seems alien and more divisive than ever before.

My experience with the world, thus far, tells me that torpor is preferable to normality :shock: it offered an obliviousness to all things, but it couldn’t last forever.. a shame, that.
When the alpha-male is old the pack or troupe is in turmoil, because dominant males keep the peace and his decline makes younger males anxious to take his place.
What you are experiencing is on a global scale the decline of an Empire.
It'll take a while and it will be a tumultuous time, full of the usual, conflicts, superstitions, end of the world announcements, Messiahs, on every town square, social madness, confusion, turmoil rising ignorance and desperation...etc.

This has happened before on a much smaller scale.
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Postby Aegean » Wed Dec 18, 2019 5:00 pm

Aegean Announcement
The last day of this year will be my last post.
Many of you will be relieved to return ILP to its usual insane asylum institutionalization.
Then, maybe, some of the clowns can return for an encore performance.

Will I return?
Who knows? Don't plan to. Life can be so unpredictable.
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Re: [email protected]

Postby MagsJ » Wed Dec 18, 2019 5:34 pm

Aegean wrote:The U.S. is still the reengining hyper-Power...and it is in decline so it is in a panic, its elites fighting over how to manage this decline in the next century.
This is what all this Hollywood counter Washington, Einstein, Weinstein, Trump impeachment, is all about.
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What form will this take? through what channels can you see this being made to happen?

Zero_Sum wrote:
Civil war, insurrection, and total rebellion as multiracial integration breaks down disintegrating.

Western governments have become so corrupt and anti white that we're going to have to break away in the forming of our independent separate governments.

MagsJ wrote:
I think independent governance of territories might be the best way forward.. funding and specific need of that populous then being better-met.

You already have self-governed overseas territories, so why not mainland ones? no disruption to life necessary, and easily implemented.

Zero won’t be replying to this anytime.. ever, so best placed here, in a new home. Can you see this being considered? an option? feasible?


What you are experiencing is on a global scale the decline of an Empire.
It'll take a while and it will be a tumultuous time, full of the usual, conflicts, superstitions, end of the world announcements, Messiahs, on every town square, social madness, confusion, turmoil rising ignorance and desperation...etc.

This has happened before on a much smaller scale.

You miss a few years outta life, and emerge, into a world gone mad.. missing/not being part of, the transition, allows for an immediate and ongoing comparison to be made, but having missed the physiological adjustments that others have had a chance to make, self-optimisation becomes necessary in manually-making those adjustments instead.. an outsider looking in, at reality, but not quite feeling part of it.. not that I really want to, considering..
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Postby promethean75 » Wed Dec 18, 2019 5:49 pm

Aegean Announcement
The last day of this year will be my last post.


I think this announcement is important enough to qualify as a sticky. Please contact the administrator and request that it be made so.

Also, question: is there any way we could get an extension? What about a grace period?
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Postby Aegean » Wed Dec 18, 2019 5:55 pm

Such shifts happen gradually, if no unexpected traumatic event dopes not occurs...like the explosion at Thera obliterated the Minoans almost overnight.

The length of time it took for an empire to dominate and ascent, is a good standard top use when trying to calculate how long it will take for ti to return to its original state.
The tricky part is evaluating tis high point its Golden Age.
I placed it between 1956 and 1996...around the time the soviets collapsed, placing the Baby boomers right t the middle - 1960's.
That's 200 years uop….so 200 years down, give or take a generation ro two.

The boy had a hard-on when he even thought of the west collapsing, for obvious reasons.
He gave up on anarchy and adopted an authoritarian order, Nazis, as a form of vengeance against his own pater.
He also gave up on anarchy because it failed to materialised as expected. He shifted and made a new prediction....before 2026.
We'll wait.
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Postby Aegean » Wed Dec 18, 2019 5:57 pm

promethean75 wrote:
Aegean Announcement
The last day of this year will be my last post.


I think this announcement is important enough to qualify as a sticky. Please contact the administrator and request that it be made so.

Also, question: is there any way we could get an extension? What about a grace period?
It's important data.
Ego and it Own…but you know all about using the nil to protect that fragile ego of yours.
Cynicism...very efective.
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Postby Aegean » Wed Dec 18, 2019 6:03 pm

So happy I've made you.
Don't worry. Your buddies will be back.
I know this is your only social outlet.
Didn't mean to ruin it for ya.

I wish all the best to you, for this coming year.
Really.
You've suffered enough.
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Postby Aegean » Thu Dec 19, 2019 5:01 pm

I've changed my mind.
My departure date will be Christmas. Day of the birth of salvation for the common mind.
My Christmas present to my many friends on ILP.

6 days to Christmas.
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Postby MagsJ » Fri Dec 20, 2019 2:33 pm

Aegean wrote:I've changed my mind.
My departure date will be Christmas. Day of the birth of salvation for the common mind.

..but only when the clock strikes midnight.
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Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 20, 2019 2:47 pm

Will you look for my slipper or a piece of my slip, princess?
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Postby MagsJ » Fri Dec 20, 2019 2:53 pm

No, but I’ll look out for your post at the stroke of midnight.. will you have a waiting carriage for your departure?
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Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 20, 2019 3:21 pm

MagsJ wrote:No, but I’ll look out for your post at the stroke of midnight.. will you have a waiting carriage for your departure?

Probably not, 'cause I'll be placing gifts for the honey haired, hazel eyed monster, below the tree.
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Postby WendyDarling » Sat Dec 21, 2019 1:49 am

Aegean wrote:
MagsJ wrote:No, but I’ll look out for your post at the stroke of midnight.. will you have a waiting carriage for your departure?

Probably not, 'cause I'll be placing gifts for the honey haired, hazel eyed monster, below the tree.

If you're referring to your boy, has he received a map to the North Pole yet?
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Postby MagsJ » Sat Dec 21, 2019 4:07 am

WendyDarling wrote:
Aegean wrote:
MagsJ wrote:No, but I’ll look out for your post at the stroke of midnight.. will you have a waiting carriage for your departure?

Probably not, 'cause I'll be placing gifts for the honey haired, hazel eyed monster, below the tree.

If you're referring to your boy, has he received a map to the North Pole yet?

..sounds like a threat to me.. a message from ZS, through you? not cool.
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Postby WendyDarling » Sat Dec 21, 2019 5:18 am

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Aegean wrote:
MagsJ wrote:No, but I’ll look out for your post at the stroke of midnight.. will you have a waiting carriage for your departure?

Probably not, 'cause I'll be placing gifts for the honey haired, hazel eyed monster, below the tree.

If you're referring to your boy, has he received a map to the North Pole yet?

MagsJ wrote
..sounds like a threat to me.. a message from ZS, through you? not cool.


Actually, I, me, not Zero Sum, was asking if Aegean acting as Santa had drawn his son a map to the North Pole. If not, a map from Santa to the North Pole is a cool thing for a kid to receive.

I don't see any threat any way you slice it? On top of that, ZS who should grow some balls says you in your PM to me, enjoys Aegeans company and is something of a fan as am I.

This is too coo coo for Cocoa Puffs!
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Postby MagsJ » Sat Dec 21, 2019 7:13 am

So many on here don’t like such aspects of their familial life being talked about too openly, is all.. including ZS, I recall.. so coo coo, no.. heard it all on here before, yes.. I have great clarity of mind, you see, never having had the need for any meds. I am not the first to read such a thing into a post, and I certainly won’t be the last.. it happens, you know.

A fan? I guess I simply find others interesting.. all ‘this’ is very new to me, and so quite fascinating, you see.. like walking into another world.
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Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:29 am

With me as a father, how could the boy believe in nonsense like Santa?
He hasn't since he was five, and laughs at kids, his age, that still do.
But thanks for asking.
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Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:39 am

Happy Winter Solstice.
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Postby WendyDarling » Sat Dec 21, 2019 5:14 pm

Aegean wrote:With me as a father, how could the boy believe in nonsense like Santa?
He hasn't since he was five, and laughs at kids, his age, that still do.
But thanks for asking.

Well putting out presents at midnight is often the act of a Santa, my faux pas. Happy holidays to you!
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Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 21, 2019 6:20 pm

Same to you.
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Postby Aegean » Sun Dec 22, 2019 4:46 pm

Only 3 more days left in our clearance sale.
Buy...buy....buy, before it's too late!!
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Re: [email protected]

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Tue Dec 31, 2019 4:04 am

Traditions are important, representing Culture.

The problem in the US and post-colonial Western Hemisphere, is that almost all 'Old' cultures and traditions are dying or under heavy assault, from "Cultural Marxism". This is good and bad, perhaps mostly bad. The new opportunities of post-colonial imperialism, is that Old restrictions, barriers, and class can be removed. The Western Man is, hypothetically, free. He can build himself Anew. "God is Dead". Man is in-control of His Destiny. The problem, however, is that what has (Western) Man done, in response of this newfound freedom?

Literally nothing. Hedonism. Pleasure-seeking. Nihilism. Little or no Creativity. Self-Destruction.

There have been some creative types, here and there, rare as they are, which presented Western art in the last century. There are good movies, books, and "New Age" demonstrations. So, not all is dark or lost. However, the 'good' art and culture has become increasingly rare and sparse, since the 1980s, as the mass and majority are "selling-out" more and more. The creativity has been cheapened, prostituted. The morality, morals, ethics, have lowered. Perversion has increased, substantially.

What was supposed to be an 'Ennobling' age and era, has instead become Ignobling, depravity and ignobility. Instead of Mankind raising to something spectacular and astronomical, instead it lowers, slumps over, and shoots up on drugs. It wastes its spoils, inheritance, and credit. All that was won, from the spoils of World War II, and wreckage of European warfare, is spent and lost. The "Boomer" generation has not invested into the future. Even if there is some material wealth, there is no 'culture', no tradition, no morality, no spirituality. This has led to a 'lost' generation (Gen Z), with literally no guidance, no leadership, no vision of "Man". No inspiration.

So in this fact I agree with Nihilism the most. When there is no singular, strong, masculine Leadership, then a society/culture/mass/generation becomes lost, ill, diseased, confused, and desperately thirsty, for Patronage. Most will flock to New Age Christianity, God, religion, as per usual. But there is still a chance, perhaps, that Man can take destiny into his own hands, own such 'freedom', and rid himself of the archaic and dogmatic chains of the past (religion). Nietzsche hoped for this, and presented it, but even those who claim loyalty to Nietzsche, do not exemplify it, they do not lead. They do not inspire. And all those 'Secular' Americans, or anybody believing in "Freedom", demonstrate a small fraction of understanding. "Freedom" means "muh guns!" or "muh money!", and that's the extent of it. There is no great vision or idea(l) of Western freedom. Or, if there was, then it has been destroyed, by Partisanship, and a divided country/genealogy.
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