On war

War is about achieving political objectives by doing evil things to enemy civilians until enemy fighters decide their competing political objective isn’t worth it. I used to think it was about things like logistics and infrastructure, but now I see those are just the means to the end which is to inflict horrors on the innocent family members of combatants until the combatants themselves become morally exhausted. For this reason, it doesn’t make sense to commit war crimes in secret–opposing forces must learn of them so they can be properly horrified by them. The innovation of 4GW is to balance the public image of having the moral high ground with doing the most evil things you can get away with. If media becomes fully polarized, say in a world war, then the usefulness of propagandizing neutral parties decreases and the winner is determined by who wants to win enough to do the most horrifying things the most effectively. I submit this as the fundamental basis for the Sukhomlinov Effect and the common observation that “the only crime in war is losing”.

Anyone who says they look forward to this sort of thing is out of their mind for one reason or another.

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19 Responses to On war

  1. Ryu says:

    You recently wrote about Kurtz. Would you like to win the war being waged against whites, or not?

    It is perfectly ok if you don’t want to. I admire Tex and several other pacifists. Probably 95% plus of the movement doesn’t want to win. They just enjoy kvetching.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >Would you like to win the war being waged against whites, or not?

      That’s not a clear enough question. My objective is a viable white Christian nation on US soil 100 years from now. That means it has to be large enough to reproduce itself, sustain itself, protect itself, and engage in trade.

  2. bumble says:

    You ever read the book of Jasher? Brilliant it is.
    Some great stories of wars by the sons of Israel, and Israel himself, against so many cities, hugely outnumbered, miraculous feats, great prayers to and help from God too, slaughter galore of the baby-killing pagans. Strong recc.

    Have to say, given the state of the world, I do look forward to the war to end all wars, (aka the period leading up to the Day of Wrath of God) surely coming soon, and then the meek inheriting the earth, swords turned into plowshares and spears into pruning things, forever more, amen.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      All right, so you’re a mentally unhinged person. That’s what I was guessing.

      • bumble says:

        Eagerly awaiting….looking forward to….coming soon….of sound mind….no need to be rude is there?

        But our citizenship is in heaven, and we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ, 21who, by the power that enables Him to subject all things to Himself, will transform our lowly bodies to be like His glorious body.

  3. WW3 Architect Boneflour says:

    WOOO YEAH! RIVERS OF BLOOOOOD!

    I’m like, 95% sure the Ratpocalypse will only kill people I don’t like. It’s definitely going to leave me alive, and maybe even better off… So let’s make it happen, people!

    Bomb the Yellowstone supervolcano to trigger the libs, own the libs.

    • bumble says:

      Choose a side, and choose wisely, surely time is short (web search for the massive increase in volcanoes recently, bigbigbig one/seven incoming):

      1Then I heard a loud voice from the temple saying to the seven angels, “Go, pour out on the earth the seven bowls of God’s wrath.”

      2So the first angel went and poured out his bowl on the earth, and loathsome, malignant sores broke out on those who had the mark of the beast and worshiped its image.

      3And the second angel poured out his bowl into the sea, and it turned to blood like that of the dead, and every living thing in the sea died.

      4And the third angel poured out his bowl into the rivers and springs of water, and they turned to blood. 5And I heard the angel of the waters say:

      “Righteous are You, O Holy One,

      who is and was,

      because You have brought these judgments.

      6For they have spilled the blood of saints and prophets,

      and You have given them blood to drink,

      as they deserve.”

      7And I heard the altar reply:

      “Yes, Lord God Almighty,

      true and just are Your judgments.”

      8Then the fourth angel poured out his bowl on the sun, and it was given power to scorch the people with fire. 9And the people were scorched by intense heat, and they cursed the name of God, who had authority over these plagues; yet they did not repent and give Him glory.

      10And the fifth angel poured out his bowl on the throne of the beast, and its kingdom was plunged into darkness, and men began to gnaw their tongues in anguish 11and curse the God of heaven for their pains and sores; yet they did not repent of their deeds.

      12And the sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, and its water was dried up to prepare the way for the kings of the East.

      13And I saw three unclean spirits that looked like frogs coming out of the mouths of the dragon, the beast, and the false prophet. 14These are demonic spirits that perform signs and go out to all the kings of the earth, to assemble them for battle on the great day of God the Almighty.

      15“Behold, I am coming like a thief. Blessed is the one who remains awake and clothed, so that he will not go naked and let his shame be exposed.”

      16And they assembled the kings in the place that in Hebrew is called Armageddon.

      The Seventh Bowl of Wrath

      17Then the seventh angel poured out his bowl into the air, and a loud voice came from the throne in the temple, saying, “It is done!”

      18And there were flashes of lightning, and rumblings, and peals of thunder, and a great earthquake the likes of which had not occurred since men were upon the earth—so mighty was the great quake. 19The great city was split into three parts, and the cities of the nations collapsed. And God remembered Babylon the great and gave her the cup of the wine of the fury of His wrath.

      20Then every island fled, and no mountain could be found. 21And great hailstones weighing almost a hundred pounds eacha rained down on them from above. And men cursed God for the plague of hail, because it was so horrendous.’

      Repent, pagans.

      • bumble says:

        Earthquakes, not volcanoes (both on the up tho).

      • Aeoli Pera says:

        If we ever meet again I’m going to beat the smug out of you.

      • WW3 Architect Boneflour says:

        It’s kinda funny. Akuma hating white people, glosoli busy turning souls away from Jesus, MM Ridin’ With Biden (last one is a reach, gotta do better)

        What a good day for a civil conversation amongst dear friends!

        That is some agree and amplify right there, though. I guess a supervolcano killing their family and friends would totally show those fools on Twitter that disagreed with you. Trigger the libs, own the libs!

        I don’t think I can parody the slavering bloodlust if you keep living the hype!

        • Ryu says:

          Many white people deserve your hate. Standards are going up, and just being white is no longer enough. Akama has a solid rep, I would vouch for him.

          • Aeoli Pera says:

            >Akama has a solid rep, I would vouch for him.

            You realize several of us have had series of video calls with him and one even went to Cville with him, right? “Rep” has nothing to do with it.

            • Ryu says:

              His opsec is his business, and I’m not his father. He “should“ know better than exposing his face or voice to anyone. Some of the things he has done are highly difficult and praiseworthy.

          • WW3 Architect Boneflour says:

            Holy shit, people really are doubling down on their particular brand of crazy.

            It’s a good bet ryu IS akuma btw

            Hate the white race to trigger the libs, own the libs!

  4. Confusion says:

    If it weren’t for our sins God wouldn’t have plagued us with trannies.
    War is about winning, I don’t think war is specifically a certain method of violence rather than a broad category of violence.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      It’s specifically violence that breaks the enemy’s will to fight. “Winning” doesn’t mean anything more than tiger blood.

      • MM says:

        (Note: not a response to full dialogue above, only a response to the valuation of ‘winning’ as a general concept, not in given context)

        >”Winning doesn’t mean anything more than tiger blood”.

        Ultimately, yeah. But the meaning felt in pursuit of the goal is what actually gives life experienced meaning (and thus value). Human relationships (down to a singular conversation) are made of (often subconscious) ‘goals’, as well being tied to exterior objects

        IE:
        acquisition, transformation, of object;
        context of object value via human relationship;
        context of human relationship via object- see ‘status via object’ ‘object as accomplishment’
        etc.

        Man is Sisyphus and is doomed to toil unending to feel anything of value.

        Man is Becoming, just as everything else is.

        That’s why I wrote this, why you responded to that fellow, and why you write this blog.
        To feel meaning via the dream, not to ‘accomplish’.
        You even realize it (though as an idealized descriptive- genius).

        You do it because that’s what you do.

        (accomplishment as noble lie. Ha! )

        Unfortunately, realizing this generally tends to really fuck people up, as instead of promoting a more vigorous embracing of ‘life as process’ it does the opposite..

        Semi-realizing the… ‘process of the dream’… is one of the big reasons why Gen Z is what it is. They can’t believe in their idealizations!

        Maybe thats what makes an Ahrimanic turn to Sorath-

        The realization that all but the absolute basest forms of felt value (positive value; you can feel plenty of pain) to the human animal rely on a metaphysical dream space, and lose value once in the singular ‘real’ here and now.

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