Shitpost: Speaking of generalizations…

Here’s some speculation on the outlying European tribes that first populated America:

Puritans: heavy neanderthal admixture (but where is the musical culture we’d expect?)
Cavaliers: heavy melonhead admixture
Quakers: heavy cro magnon admixture
Borderers: white homo sapiens, a hodge-podge of parts off the shelf

Note 1: When the Quakers displaced the Puritans (muh genetic memory) they seem to have picked up the Puritans’ taste for academia, thereafter becoming the modern SWPL. I’m only surprised that the description didn’t mention a preference for spicy ethnic foods, maybe that was cut for wordcount.

Note 2: The only thing that SJWs and Counter Currents will ever agree on is that Protestant Puritans were the worst people who ever lived and such people caused all of the evils we now face. This is the best possible evidence that the Puritans were fundamentally decent people, despite the horror stories.

Note 3: I wouldn’t be surprised to find that Puritans were relatively patrilocal, given that it seems to have been the men who determined social mores.

Interestingly, Tocqueville identifies women as the enforcers of political correctness, insofar as they were imposing “puritan” harshness in social mores: “I do not doubt for an instant that the great severity of mores in the United States has its original source in beliefs. Religion [. . .] reigns in sovereignty upon the soul of woman, and it is woman who makes the customs” (432). Not coincidentally, pious women were the driver behind the later institution of Prohibition. Today still, one can hear White American women nagging their menfolk the most about the horrors of “racism.” All this makes sense from an evolutionary perspective: women, staying behind in the tribe’s home, are responsible for reinforcing group cohesion by enforcing ideological orthodoxy (embodied in the old gossiping bigot). In a healthy society, this is a powerful and positive factor for social unity, if a society’s (civil-)religious beliefs are subverted however, this becomes a force for evil.

Guillaume Durocher
The Eternal Anglo (Part 2)

This is further evidence in favor of patrilocalism being systemically eugenic. I’m still waiting on confirmation for my intuition that the best breeding decisions would be determined by married, post-menopausal women of the tribe.

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21 Responses to Shitpost: Speaking of generalizations…

  1. Koanic says:

    Too thin, feels wrong. I lean LaFond on this one.

  2. Aeoli Pera says:

    >Wouldn’t bet on post-menopausal women being good for anything.

    *Married* post-menopausal women. Important qualifier.

    >Unrelated: Why have all the theorists/practitioners of “game” completely ignored MBTI and mate compatibility? I know why- groupthink/irrational hedonism, but it could be another topic to get some INTP dopamine out of if you’re running short, Aeoli.

    PUAs are mostly interested in winning at hookup culture, not committed LTRs or marriage. In a numbers game you go for the low common denominator play. Sussing an MBTI out of a gal takes too much time, skill, and effort per interaction, and yields basically nothing in terms of lay rate.

  3. j says:

    re puritans:
    of _course_ it was feminazis.
    #NormiesRuinEverything

  4. Wog slayer says:

    “Rates of public schooling in the backcountry settled by the Borderers were “the lowest in British North America” and sometimes involved rituals like “barring out”, where the children would physically keep the teacher out of the school until he gave in and granted the students the day off.”
    I wish I could have done that when I was in school.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      I didn’t have that kind of agency at that age and probably still don’t.

    • minwu says:

      “I wish I could have done that when I was in school”

      I agree. Compulsory Education = Conscription for Minors = Tyranny. Sic Semper Tyrannis. Smart, creative people should be autodidacts. Ex. Louise Cooper:

      “She hated school so much, in fact—spending most lessons clandestinely writing stories—that she persuaded her parents to let her abandon her education at the age of fifteen and has never regretted it” http://www.mundania.com/author.php?author=Louise+Cooper

      Regarding stupid people, I think their illiteracy would empower Thals, as normalfags are kind to us only when they need something from us. Thus, Cro/Sap illiteracy could raise Thal status from loser to priestly, as Alan Moore said:

      “to cast a spell is simply to spell, to manipulate words, to change people’s consciousness, and this is why I believe that an artist or writer is the closest thing in the contemporary world to a shaman” “If a Bard were to place not a curse upon you, but a satire, then that could destroy you. If it was a clever satire, it might not just destroy you in the eyes of your associates; it would destroy you in the eyes of your family. It would destroy you in your own eyes. And if it was a finely worded and clever satire that might survive and be remembered for decades, even centuries. Then years after you were dead people still might be reading it and laughing at you and your wretchedness and your absurdity. Writers and people who had command of words were respected and feared as people who manipulated magic.” http://intellectual-thoughts.com/Alan%20Moore%20Quote.htm

      Once I finish and publish my first phantasy novel (which I’m writting to honor God, not to make money), I will be a christian shaman. Hence my nick (Minwu is a white mage in FF2).

  5. Nottuh says:

    Good shitpost, dude. I don’t know much about Puritans, but Memoire did point out that some of the early colonist skulls and skeletons in North America, resemble those of Neanderthals.

    This man that was discovered in the Jamestown colony looks like a legit Arch-Thal Brunn:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2350415/Colonial-America-s-oldest-unsolved-murder-case-finally-unraveled-Forensic-scientists-reveal-identity-19-year-old-European-shot-duel-Virginia-1624.html

  6. Wog slayer says:

    “but Memoire did point out that some of the early colonist skulls and skeletons in North America, resemble those of Neanderthals.”
    I am having trouble finding that. Could you post a link?

  7. Heaviside says:

    >The only thing that SJWs and Counter Currents will ever agree on is that Protestant Puritans were the worst people who ever lived and such people caused all of the evils we now face.

    I think you are wrong on both counts. “SJWs” obviously hate Southerners far more. When “SJWs” criticize “Christianity” they are almost always criticizing the RCC or Southern Baptists. Hating Puritans is more of an NRx than C-C thing.

  8. minwu says:

    I disagree:

    Puritans were control freaks, implying a tight dissociative window, which is a Cro trait.
    Cavaliers were the Confederacy, the Thal side in the American Civil War. Thomas Jefferson, the archetypal Thal president, was a Cavalier.
    Quakers were too antiauthoritarian, too peaceful, too eccentric to fit the Cro archetype. Their protoliberalism reminds me of this: https://aeolipera.wordpress.com/2015/11/25/high-functioning-modern-thals-tend-to-be-narcissists/
    Borderers were protolibertarians (Wild West + Tech + Nerds = Libertarianism).

    “but where is the musical culture we’d expect?”

    Quoting from the review you linked “In some ways the Puritans seem to have taken the classic dystopian bargain – give up all freedom and individuality AND ART, and you can have a perfect society without crime or violence or inequality” Emphasis mine.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >Puritans were control freaks, implying a tight dissociative window, which is a Cro trait.

      This is a point where I think Puritans deviated from the archetype, yes. Where’s the music culture? However, given the rest of the pattern I wonder if the history books are misrepresenting them. Everything else fits, so I figure it’s a quirk.

      >Quakers were too antiauthoritarian, too peaceful, too eccentric to fit the Cro archetype.

      The cro magnon spirit is social competition through virtue signalling, i.e. progressivism.

      >Cavaliers were the Confederacy, the Thal side in the American Civil War. Thomas Jefferson, the archetypal Thal president, was a Cavalier.

      There were no good guys in that war. Did you read the link? Every single detail about the Cavaliers screams inbred melonhead aristocracy. If we’re calling the Cavaliers “thal” then the term has lost all meaning.

      Thomas Jefferson was an exceptional man in a number of ways, but he was probably still MT.

      >Borderers were protolibertarians (Wild West + Tech + Nerds = Libertarianism).

      Firefly was a highly idealized retcon. These people were niggers before blacks made it cool.

  9. minwu says:

    >Everything else fits, so I figure it’s a quirk.

    Then this quirk explains the absence of a music culture among Puritans. Maybe they were TCs, maybe they were Thals brainwashed by theological legalism. Anyway, they were a bunch of bureaucrats who hated freedom, individuality and art.

    >social competition through virtue signalling, i.e. progressivism.

    Thats just r-selection. Basques are the most Thal population on Earth, yet they are mostly progs. Also, the link doesn’t say anything about Quakers displacing the Puritans. It says the Quakers dwindled to near-extinction, then became an influential minority. Their proto-New Ager beliefs give me a Starchild vibe. I can’t picture Quakers as a numberless spear-chucking horde.

    >If we’re calling the Cavaliers “thal” then the term has lost all meaning.

    I admit I’m biased by my libertarian leanings.

    >Thomas Jefferson was an exceptional man in a number of ways, but he was probably still MT.

    He strikes me as too friendly, too antiauthoritarian to be MT. Maybe FT/mTT.

    >These people were niggers before blacks made it cool.

    Then Trump is Shaka Zulu: http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/04/trump-and-the-borderers/477084/

  10. Heaviside says:

    Jefferson is overrated, and I think libertarians wouldn’t think as highly of him if they had ever heard any substantial criticism of him.

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