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“From Andalusia to Far West Texas,” by Alpha Unit

The wild ancestor of modern cattle is the aurochs. This nearly seven-foot-tall beast ranged throughout North Africa and Eurasia. Domestication occurred independently in Africa, the Near East, and the Indian subcontinent between 10,000 and 8,000 years ago. Humans have been raising cattle for their milk, meat, tallow, and hides ever since.

But the practice of raising large herds of livestock on extensive grazing lands didn’t begin until around 1000 CE, in Spain and Portugal. Cattle ranching, in particular, was unique to medieval Spain.

During the Spanish Reconquista, members of the Spanish nobility and various military orders received grants to large tracts of land that the Kingdom of Castile had conquered from the Moors. Pastoralists found that open-range breeding of sheep and cattle was most suitable for these vast areas of Castilla-La Mancha, Extremadura, and Andalusia.

It was in Andalusia that cattle ranching took hold, with cattlemen owning herds as large as 1,000 head or more. Those cattlemen oversaw the first cattle drives. Cattle could be driven overland as much as 400 miles from summer pastures in the North to winter ones in Andalusia. The vaqueros who herded the cattle were freemen hired for the year and paid in coin or in calves.

Andalusian ranchers introduced the use of horses in managing cattle – a necessity in the long overland drives to new pastures. They also established the customs of branding and ear-marking cattle to denote ownership. By the time Columbus left Spain on his first voyage, the cattle industry of Andalusia had undergone a few centuries of trial-and-error improvement. On his second voyage Columbus unloaded some stallions, mares, and cattle on the island of Hispaniola, introducing cattle to the New World.

Conquistadors who arrived in the New World in search of gold continued what Columbus began, turning Andalusian cattle loose throughout the Spanish West Indies and other parts of Spain’s colonial empire.

In 1521 Gregorio de Villalobos defied a law prohibiting cattle trading in Mexico and left Santo Domingo for Veracruz with several cows and a bull, importing the first herd of Spanish cattle to Mexico. Hernán Cortés brought horses and cattle to Mexico as well, and by 1540 Spanish cattle are permanently in North America.

Cortés had set about using enslaved Aztecs to herd cattle. Slave labor to herd cattle was overseen mostly by Spanish missions, which came to dominate ranching. Under Spanish law no Indian slave was permitted to ride horses, but this obviously impractical law was ignored. Aztec Indians became the first vaqueros of New Spain (Mexico), where conditions for raising cattle were even better than those in the West Indies.

By the 1600s there weren’t as many Native slaves, as thousands had died over time from exposure to smallpox, measles, and yellow fever, in outbreaks that began among the Spaniards and to which Natives had no immunity. As a result, the vaquero labor force came to include mission Indian converts, African slaves, and mestizos.

New Spain’s borders spread northward into what is now the US Southwest. The sparsely populated northern frontier regions of northern Mexico, Texas, and California didn’t have enough water for farming but the climate and acres of wild grass and other vegetation made them ideal for cattle ranching. Cattle and horses were now a feature of American life and were beginning to shape American identity.

Beginning in the 1820s, Anglo settlers moved to the Texas region of Mexico in search of inexpensive land. Texas was severely underpopulated, so Mexico had enacted the General Colonization Law of 1824, permitting immigration to all heads of households regardless of race, religion, or immigrant status. Anglo Texans were largely farmers and didn’t warm initially to the Spanish-Mexican concept of large-scale ranching. But ranching became popular among Anglos after immigration agents began promoting it. Texas cattle were so plentiful and cheap that most people could begin raising livestock without a large investment.

Anglo Texan cowhands and their counterparts throughout the US were the latest incarnation of the vaquero that got his start in southern Spain. The vaquero rides on, whether he’s Native, mestizo, Black, Hispano, or Anglo.

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“Review of ‘The OA’ series on Netflix,” by Magneto

Review of The OA series on Netflix

by Magneto

I just finished binge watching the 8-episode new series The OA on Netflix and have mixed feelings. It begins by telling an extremely complex tale about a young girl who got adopted from Russia and then kidnapped by a doctor who was researching Near Death Experiences. It drags this story through about seven episodes, but in the 8th episode everything falls apart, and it ends in an incredibly stupid way that leaves you with a lot of questions and no answers.

I will admit that the story is very well written, and it’s a unique series compared to 99% of what is on television today, but after finishing the 8th episode, it feels like the authors were trying too hard to come across as overly deep and complex.

To be honest, I don’t have a fucking clue what the series was even about. There’s a new style of storytelling, both in movies and TV shows, where the writers try to come across as super-metaphysical and deep and merely try to get you to feel strong emotions rather than actually telling a cohesive story. It’s an interesting writing style, but in the end, it feels meaningless because you realize that there was no point at all in the story. Even worse is when the story is written so vaguely and incoherently that you don’t have any idea what the story was about.

My conclusion is that the writers of the series wove together a bunch of random concepts, and in the end, they tried to give some meaning to the chaos of their story. They’ve retroactively tried to put a spin on it by calling it deep, philosophical, spiritual, etc, but in the end it is just a bunch of “beautiful bullshit” as The Atlantic article described it.

It’s been compared to another very strange series called Stranger Things, which I have still yet to watch, but I’ll get around to it after this.

My advice to the writers or to any other scriptwriter is that it’s okay to make your story complex and even a bit confusing, but you need to resolve the majority of the questions that you have brought up. Leaving viewers hanging with a million unanswered questions makes you look like a fool who wrote a bunch of random bullshit and then tried to paint it as deep and intellectual. It’s time to stop trying so hard to be artsy and unique and go back more towards the traditional way of storytelling where you tell a story that follows a normal timeline, progresses through it’s story, however complex or simple it may be, and then ends with the majority of the plot points resolved. Enough with the New Age Modern Art crap, okay?

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“Hinduism Versus Confucianism: An Analysis and Comparison,” by Dota

Nice essay from Dota, former commenter here who now blogs at Occident Invicta with Bay Area Guy, another former commenter here.

The societies of India and China have been structured along feudal lines for much of recorded history. Despite both societies placing a premium on hierarchy and authoritarianism, their internal motivations and ethical paradigms are widely divergent. The Chinese mind has been shaped by Confucianism, whereas the Indian mind has been shaped by Hinduism.

Let’s begin by analyzing Confucianism.

Confucianism stresses social order and postulates that no society can attain political stability by precluding social stability. Confucianism views society as a massive collection of interdependent networks that are comprised of relationships on the atomic level.

The genius of the Confucian model is that it recognizes the inherently relative nature of power and how power is also a zero-sum resource. Those that possess power do so because others do not. An emperor may possess power over a subject, but that subject isn’t powerless, only merely so in relationship to his sovereign. This same subject may be a teacher and wield power over his students.

To ensure social stability, Confucius ordained that relationships be guided by the principle of ren or benevolence. This is Confucianism’s highest virtue and arguably the philosophy’s overarching universal ethic. A sovereign treats his subjects benevolently by ensuring that they are fed, protected, and generally want for nothing (materially speaking). The subjects then reciprocate with obedience and loyalty. Those in power must treat those without (in the context of their relationship) with benevolence, while the latter reciprocate with obedience and loyalty.

Benevolence is often strictly interpreted as each party honoring their respective obligations. It would be unjust for a wife to expect her husband’s kindness if she herself were disobedient. Conversely it would be unjust for a husband to demand his wife’s obedience if he himself failed in his husbandly duties. We see a glimmer of this idea even in Western tradition. Plato argued that interdependence was at the heart of justice, and that social order was maintained when members of social classes refrained form crossing lines.

Confucianism’s approach to social justice is not dissimilar to other Eastern philosophies. The primary aim here is to ensure the prevention of abuse rather than empowering the disenfranchised (a preoccupation of modern day social justice). Sumeria’s Ur-Nammu famously proclaimed that: “The orphan was not delivered up to the rich man; the widow was not delivered up to the mighty man; the man of one shekel was not delivered up to the man of one mina.” Not unlike other ancient societies, the Chinese also believed that class structures were an inherent feature of any civilized society, as men of greater talent would naturally rise above their peers. The ancients thus focused their energies on ensuring that men of ability did not use their powers unjustly against those lodged beneath them in the social order.

Before we move on to discussing Hinduism, a few comments are in order pertaining to the success of feudalism in China. It is my opinion that feudalism was wildly successful in China for the same reasons that the Catholic Church was successful in Europe. The Church absorbed some of the most talented men in society by giving them an avenue to express their talents. Such men could not ascend in a strictly feudal order despite their talents and thus gravitated towards the church.

The Chinese state implemented that very approach and absorbed men of resource into its ever growing bureaucracy. This also had another unexpected benefit – it prevented the formation of a class of dissidents that could prove to be a source of agitation. I believe the Communist Party of China absorbs talent in such a manner even today. Men who wish to ascend the rungs of power often choose the political route (via the party) as opposed to the riskier route of commerce.

Hindu society, like its Chinese counterpart, was similarly structured along feudal lines. There is, however, one key difference in their underlying composition – Confucianism stresses the interdependence of relationship networks, whereas the Hindu caste system is the world’s oldest pyramid scheme.

As we are well aware, a pyramid structure is one where every level attempts to profit (by exploitation) off the labor of the level below, and so it goes all the way down until one reaches the base – the most crucial level and also the most exploited. Pyramids are inherently unstable and one way to ensure their longevity is by means of force. Individuals must be coerced to remain at their stations so that the structure may endure. This method leaves the structure vulnerable to rebellions and a constant tension between the levels. This point is obvious from British history alone where Barons often clashed with the monarchy.

In order to allay this source of instability, some pyramids permit upward mobility. But this makes the crucial base unstable by putting it in a constant state of flux as individuals at the lower stations climb up and leave their former stations vacant. This problem is alleviated by constantly recruiting newer members into the base so that there is always a base available for exploitation.

The genius of the Hindu caste system is that it combines both the aforementioned approaches. Hinduism forbids caste mobility in the current life, thereby ensuring the perpetual hegemony of the upper castes. However, in order to prevent tension, Hinduism allows caste mobility but only through rebirth/reincarnation. This system ensures that the lower castes are given some hope of improving their station in the social order so long as they serve the interests of the upper castes in the current lifetime. It is karma, the cosmic recruiter, that ensures that the base will always remain staffed with compliant serfs.

The ultimate difference between Hinduism and Confucianism is that the former is an escapist religion whereas the latter is at its core an ethical philosophy. While many a Westerner would disagree with the ethical rules of Confucianism, it is impossible to deny the ethical focus of this philosophy. Ethics reside within the horizontal space between individuals. Any ideology or mode of thought that attempts to address this space is ethical in nature, even if we may disagree with the rules that regulate this space and by extension the human relationships bound to it.

By contrast, Hinduism addresses a very different space: the gap between man and the universe (cosmic order). The goal of Hinduism is to escape the world and become liberated from karma once and for all. Karma and Dharma are cosmic forces that to the best of my knowledge have no equivalent in Chinese philosophy; the focus of the latter being on social and ethical matters as opposed to metaphysics.

To illustrate this point, consider the life of an ascetic. Hinduism places a great degree of value on the ascetic lifestyle. But the man who renounces the world resides in (to quote Arthur Danto) a space “beyond good and evil.” In such an environment, an agent’s actions have no moral content. A hermit who lives outside society will always act in a morally neutral way. The closest analogy to this in Chinese philosophy is the Taoist wanderer, who is essentially a loner. But the wanderer is not seeking escape from the world, merely freedom from discomfort and anxiety that plague those that haven’t discovered the way (Tao).

Confucianism on the other hand, by its very essence, rejects the ascetic lifestyle. Man’s place is rooted firmly in society, for as Confucius put it: “One cannot herd with the beasts or flock with the birds. If I am not to be a man among men, then what am I to be?” It is this space that Hinduism ultimately seeks release from. Consider the following illustration from India’s Bhakti tradition:

In the basic story, Tiruppan grows up as part of an ‘untouchable’ panar caste of bards and minstrels in a town near the temple of Srirangam, arguably the most revered of all Vaisnava pilgrimage sites and indisputably the single most important temple for Srivaisnava devotees. From the moment he is able to speak, Tiruppan sings beautiful songs praising the qualities of Rangi (or Ranganatha), the form of Visnu worshiped in the temple of Srirangam just across the river from his home town.

Every day he travels to the south bank of the river and sings from a distance to his beloved Rangi. Tiruppan yearns to see the image of his beloved but is unable to enter the temple due to his ‘untouchable’ status. Eventually, the beauty of his songs and the intensity of his devotion awake the compassion of Rangi, who comes in a dream to the Brahmin priest of Srirangam and tells him to bring Tiruppan into the temple on his shoulders.

The priest goes to get Tiruppan, but he refuses to come, saying, “How could you do such a thing with me, your slave, who belongs to the class of untouchables?” In another version, he states, “How can I step with my feet on to the holy temple of Ranga?” And the Brahmin replies, “Never mind! You can go [sitting] on my shoulders.” In yet another version, Tiruppan is so insistent that he cannot come to the temple because of his low birth and sinful life that the priest must physically force him onto his shoulders.

Eventually, Tiruppan enters the temple riding on the shoulders of the Brahmin priest, and gazing at Rangi in devotional ecstasy, he sings ten verses of praise describing the God from foot to head. These are the very verses that are still remembered and recited today in the Srivaisnava community. The story concludes with Tiruppan miraculously uniting with and disappearing into the image of his beloved Rangi.

This story illustrates how a man can close the gap between himself and the divine (Tiruppan and Rangi) whereas leaving the glaring gap between individuals (Tiruppan and the Brahmin priests) unaddressed.

This brings me to the final point of this essay. What is Hinduism’s overarching ethic? Western civilization’s universal ethic is moral universalism, and Confucianism’s is Ren (benevolence). It is my view that Indian civilization is unique precisely because it failed to do something which other advanced civilizations have done: produce a universal ethic. This view was shared by three individuals whom I have listed here in chronological order:

  1. St Francis Xavier
  2. Max Weber
  3. Dr Ambedkar

Francis Xavier, the Spanish missionary, made a series of observations about Indians that are quite illuminating. It is obvious that he did not think too highly of Hinduism, but it is one particular interaction that I wish to draw your attention to – a conversation between Xavier and a group of Brahmins:

When Xavier asked a group of Brahmins to summarize what Hinduism stood for, he was told that their gods “required two duties of those who desired to go to them hereafter, one of which was to abstain from killing cows because under that form the gods were adored; the other was to show kindness to the Brahmins, who were the worshipers of the gods.”

Max Weber arrived at a similar conclusion when he stated:

“There is no universal ethic but only a status and professionally differentiated dharma according to caste”

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Dr Ambedkar’s observations in his book The Riddles in Hinduism were identical to Weber’s. The very first chapter, The Difficulty in Knowing Who Is a Hindu, is centered around an attempt to define some common ethic or even creed that binds Hindus together. Ambedkar arrived at the conclusion that one is a Hindu precisely because one is born into the faith and not due to any universal ethic that binds individuals together under a set of agreed-upon moral rules.

Just as it is impossible to practice larceny in a culture that has no concept of private property, similarly it is impossible to practice intolerance in a culture that believes in nothing. I suspect this is the secret of Indian ‘tolerance.’ Tolerance can only be measured in opposition to what one cannot tolerate. The act of enduring what one cannot tolerate is in effect practicing tolerance. It is only in this context that tolerance acquires a moral quality. One however cannot practice tolerance when one subscribes to no real beliefs whose limits can be tested. The Indian approaches the world with extreme apathy and conflates his indifference for tolerance.

In conclusion, the difference between Confucianism and Hinduism can be observed in their differing worldviews despite some overlap in social conventions. Hinduism’s focus is on mystical objectives, as it dismisses reality as we understand it as illusionary. Confucianism’s focus is squarely on this world, and its chief emphasis is social and political harmony.

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“Is It Homosexual To Like Ladyboys?” by Magneto

Is it Homosexual to Like Ladyboys?

by Magneto

Unfortunately, I missed Gay Day otherwise I would have submitted this article for that day. Anyway, a lot of people say it’s “gay” to like ladyboys. But is it really?

The more feminine they are and the more a ladyboy looks like a real woman, the higher she will be able to charge. I only went with the highest quality ones, ones that if you saw on the street, you would think they were a real woman.

Homosexuality means being attracted to the same sex. But since ladyboys strive to look as feminine as possible, I don’t think it really falls into the category of homosexuality at all. It’s still the masculine attracted to the feminine.

The only real difference between a real woman and a ladyboy is that the ladyboy has a penis, although a lot of ladyboys are taking high doses of estrogen and other hormones, which makes it harder for them to get an erection, very difficult to ejaculate, and if they do ejaculate, it’s generally a very small amount.

I was on Misc at the Bodybuilding Message Board and some guy created a thread “Does anyone else get turned on when they see a cumshot?” This is another gray area. But obviously watching cumshots is pretty popular because you can find tons of Cumshot Compilations or Handjob Cumshot Compilations on any porn site.

So in this regard, being with a ladyboy it’s like watching a cumshot but with a female orgasm face. There’s something incredibly arousing about the whole thing. But it’s definitely not homosexuality. I don’t know how it should be classified, but there’re plenty of guys who are also attracted to ladyboys who are not homos and have no sexual attraction towards men.

Ladyboy porn is also the fourth most searched for porn genre, so it’s obvious that there’re a lot of guys who are into this stuff, but most of them won’t come out publicly  and admit it though.

My advice to gay men is this: If you want to have sex with normal heterosexual men, start taking estrogen and hormones. Get a good boob job done. Try to appear as feminine as possible, and then you will have no shortage of straight heterosexual men who are ready to engage in sexual acts with you.

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“Why Do Indian Women Have Huge Egos?” by Magneto

Why do Indian Women Have Huge Egos?

by Magneto

I’ve often pondered this question and been a bit dumbfounded by it. One reason why it confuses me is because Indian women are probably the second most unattractive women on this planet, with the first being African women. How is it that a very ugly race of women walks around thinking they are God’s gift to humanity? The only reason a White man would find Indian women attractive is if he has a fetish for them. Otherwise, I remember back when I was more attracted to White women, it seemed that Indian women were literally invisible to me. I didn’t even register them on the attraction scale.

The main reason for this is due to how desperate and thirsty most Indian men are. By thirsty I mean they have zero game at all and will just write out stupid shit on Indian girls’ public Facebook or Instagram profiles like, “Hey, I wanna talk to you” or something like that. Never mind that she is a complete stranger and probably has 1,000s of men messaging her.

Actually I did a test once to confirm this. I created a fake Indian female account on Facebook along with a couple of pictures of an Indian woman. Within three days I had gotten over 500 messages. I also did the same for OKCupid, an online dating site. I created a fake profile of an Indian girl, and within 24 hours, I had reached the 300 message storage limit. This is called Indian male thirst.

Put yourself in the woman’s place. If you have literally 1,000’s of men messaging you, you are naturally going to develop an abundance mentality and not put much importance on any one man, since you know that you can find a new man within seconds. On the other extreme, Indian men are operating out of a scarcity mentality and think they are lucky to get just one or two replies from a girl.

It’s therefore natural for women to develop “bitch shields” when they are being hit on from 1,000’s of different men. Unfortunately it ruins it for men who have Game because it makes it a lot harder to approach such women. Are there any solutions to solving male thirst? I’ve thought of a few solutions.

  1. Men need to stop putting women on a pedestal and thinking of women as some lofty creature
  2. Men need to develop an abundance mentality in relation to women. This will solve the problem of stalking because an Indian man won’t put all of his efforts on one woman anymore and thus the tendency to send 100s of messages to the same girl will vanish
  3. Legalize prostitution so that any male who wants sex can get it by simply paying for it.

Implementing these solutions will not be easy though, as women enjoy their privileged positions. Taking women off of the pedestal that thirsty men have put them on will require some fight. After all, there is nothing more empowering for men than to legalize prostitution and thus create a sexual abundance market. Therefore it’s not surprising to know that it was primarily Christian women who demanded that prostitution as well as drugs, alcohol, and gambling should be made illegal back in the 1920’s.

On this topic, there is a very intelligent Indian blogger named Rookh Ksatriya who has written a few articles talking about how Christianity and feminism are intertwined because they both share common values like sexual repression. I’ve also wondered why feminism seems to take hold very strongly in some countries but not others. For example, let us take the countries of East Asia like Japan or South Korea and compare them to America and Europe. Both East Asia and the West are highly advanced technologically, but feminism and Cultural Marxism have only caught on in the West, whereas in East Asia, it really isn’t very strong at all.

The primary differences between these two geographic areas are race and religion. Ignoring race, Western countries are founded on Christian values, whereas East Asia is founded on Buddhist or atheistic values. The question could therefore be asked – Does Christianity put women on a massive pedestal? Another interesting point is that as Europe has been moving away from the values of Christianity for the past few decades, society has been becoming less repressed, and drugs, marijuana, and prostitution are legalized in a few European countries now.

Hinduism as a religion and culture puts women on the highest pedestal ever in history, far higher than Christianity ever did. And that might be the explanation for why women in India are put on such massive pedestals, with society considering them  to be “living Goddesses.” It doesn’t take a degree in psychology or sociology to understand that if you’ve been put on a massive pedestal your whole life and told you are a Goddess, of course you are going to develop a massive ego and act very rude towards people.

As we continue to pull the old Gods off of their pillars, it will also have the effect of bringing all humans down closer to the earth. Humanity has had its head in the clouds for so many thousands of years now that it’s time to come back down to earth and realize that the Divine exists right here on Earth. This is the missing key in all religions.

In the East it is known as Tantra. In the West it is known as the “Left Hand Path” or Luciferianism. It’s also interesting to note that the rise of these ideas began in the West around the same time as the mass usage of LSD and other psychedelic drugs became popular in the 1960’s. I remember when I was on LSD, I had the realization, “We are all Gods and this Earth itself is Heaven”. When you realize something on acid, it’s not like something theoretical, like you maybe think this is true. It’s a realization that is coming from the core of your being with complete conviction.

With this understanding, you do not put any person higher or lower than another. If women are Goddesses then men are Gods and therefore equal.

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“Top Seven Hottest Women in India,” by Magneto

The Top Seven Hottest Women in India

by Magneto

I’d like to speak a bit more positively about India for a while and to be honest, one of the few positive things I can think about the country is the women. Then again with Indian women you either love them or hate them. Lots of younger White guys have a huge fetish for Indian women and I’m one of them. So I’d like to make a list of the top seven hottest Indian women, and most of these women you probably will not have heard of before.

The captivating Tina Dutta gets first place.

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Tina Dutta, who I rate as most beautiful woman in India.

One more pic of Tina Dutta.

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The gorgeous Tina Dutta again.

Next up at Number Two is Paoli Dam.

2. Paoli Dam

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Paoli Dan, rated Number Two.

Next up is Dimple Chopade.

3. Dimple Chopade

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The beautiful Dimple Choade.

Number Four is Mumaith Khan.

4. Mumaith Khan

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Mumaith Khan, Indian beauty.

Number Five is Shweta Tiwari.

5. Shweta Tiwari

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Shweta Tifari, all dressed up and ready to go somewhere.

Number Six is Devoleena Bhattacharyajee.

6. Devoleena Bhattacharyajee

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Devoleena Bhattacharjee, looking sweet and innocent.

And rounding them out at Number Seven is Arrambam Nayantara.

7. Nayantara

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The beautiful Arrambam Nayantara.

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“A Bit about Northeast Indians,” by Magneto

A Bit about Northeast Indians

by Magneto

Not many people are aware that there’s an entirely different race of people living within the boundaries of the Indian nation. On the far eastern side of India to the north and east of Bangladesh, there are seven “Northeastern” states consisting of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura. The population in these states is basically Asian, and they look like a mix between Chinese and Thai.

They have a totally different culture than Indians, and quite frankly it doesn’t make sense for them to be living within the boundaries of the Indian nation. In fact, most Northern people are quite unhappy with India and Indians and hate Indian people to boot. A lot of the rape that happens in the big cities is targeting Northeastern women, who Indian men perceive to be easy.

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Two Northeastern women.

Northeast girls are quite beautiful, and if you like Asian women, you’ll like them a lot. They are a lot more culturally open than Indians, and they are mostly Christian. Northeastern people face a lot of racism in India, but a lot of it is probably due to the fact that Indians are jealous of them because Northeastern people tend to be a lot more intelligent than Indians.

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More Northeastern women.

Many Northeastern peoples are fighting for and demanding independent countries because they are sick of being abused, raped, and tortured by Indians. Indians are a vicious, racist, and psychopathic race of people, easily the most racist people on the planet.

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Beautiful women from a beauty pageant.

Northeastern people are living in the 21st century, and the women wear mini-skirts, short shorts, tank tops, and other revealing clothing. This drives the morally hypocritical Indians insane and in particular makes the men go crazy as they drool in lust over them. If you’re a White guy living in India, I would suggest entirely avoiding Indian women (unless you have a fetish for them, as I unfortunately do) and go for Northeastern girls instead. They all speak very good English and are very culturally compatible  with Westerners. Northeastern girls have hot bodies and don’t have any body fat. It’s extremely rare to meet an Indian girl who doesn’t have body fat, but Northeastern chicks have good figures,and that’s another reason they are quite popular in the prostitution market.

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Some hot women from Mizoram.

The food is quite interesting from the Northeast. They don’t use a shitload of oils and butter like Indians do, so their food is a lot healthier. It mostly consists of rice, light soups, steamed leafy greens, and a few interesting other vegetable dishes.

All in all, the Northeastern people would be better off if they became independent from India and perhaps even joined China. China would definitely develop their area and make it ultra-modern. It could also help China’s marriage problem, since there are a shortage of marriageable women in China.

If an Indian ever accuses you of racism or “White privilege”, just ask the Indian about how Indians treat Northeastern Indians in their own country or African students, for that matter.

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Some pretty Northeastern women around college age.

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“Announcing Two New Free Speech Alternatives,” by Magneto

Announcing Two New Free Speech Alternatives

by Magneto

Lately both Twitter and Reddit have been caught censoring free speech and banning people.

Twitter was caught banning Alt-Right posters and people who discussed PizzaGate, even though Twitter allows accounts that post soft (non-nude) child pornography.

Therefore, a new alternative to Twitter has emerged and can be found here.

Meanwhile Reddit deleted the PizzaGate subforum, even though Reddit allows a subforum for pedophiles to discuss their perversion. The Reddit CEO also admitted to editing and deleting threads he didn’t like.

A new alternative to Reddit has emerged here. I strongly urge anyone who values freedom of speech to boycott Twitter and Reddit and use the above two alternatives instead. Both Gab and Voat are exploding right now, and thousands of new people sign up each day. The communities there are a lot more organic to boot, since people feel comfortable speaking their mind because they aren’t afraid they will be censored for being politically incorrect. Free speech is the foundation of a free society. Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, and the mainstream media are doing everything they can to censor free speech, so these big corporations are now an enemy of anyone who values freedom.

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“Report from the Ground in India,” by Magneto

Report from the Ground in India

by Magneto

Many of you might have heard about Narendra Modi’s extremely bold move to remove 85% of India’s currency overnight. He announced about a month ago that 500 rupee and 1000 rupee notes would be banned and no longer be accepted as legal tender. While I and many others applaud his intention, which he said was to eliminate black money and bring more taxes dollars to the government, the way it has been implemented has been total chaos.

There were lines 100s of people long at ATM’s, although recently the situation is slightly better and now there are lines of about 50 or 30 people at any working ATM. The new 500rs and 1000rs notes are a different size from the old one, so this requires recalibrating ATM machines to be able to dispense the new notes. As it stands, most ATM’s aren’t even working, and the ones that do run out of cash within a few hours after being filled.

India is the worst country to have tried this experiment on. A lot of people, especially the rural poor, do not even have bank accounts, so they are fully dependent on cash. This has caused a lot of chaos in India, and many people are fearing that riots may break out if the government doesn’t do something soon to fix the situation.

If the government would hurry up and recalibrate the ATM machines as well as get with it and print the new 500 and 2000rs notes, it would ease the situation a lot.

Many people are unable to afford rent, electricity bill, groceries, etc, because they simply have no physical cash. I have been living without cash ever since this began and have been using Uber to travel, buying food from big grocery chains, and paying my rent and utilities bill through netbanking. So the upper-class urban people have not suffered that much, but the rural and urban poor are suffering a lot now.

I am also worried about what will happen if the situation doesn’t improve soon. I don’t think there will be large scale riots, but the Indian economy has literally imploded overnight, and sales have dropped by anywhere from 50 to 75% at most shops.

One good benefit I see out of this is that the obnoxious auto rickshaw drivers are being put out of business, since anyone with the means to do so is now traveling by Uber instead. An auto rickshaw is basically a go-kart with a covered seating section in the back. It’s a bit hard to explain, so I’d suggest just Googling it. Auto rickshaw drivers are the rudest people you will ever meet in India, and they are constantly trying to scam and overprice you. I’m happy to see the bastards being put out of business.

The auto rickshaw drivers have also been protesting for a while now against Uber because they claim Uber is taking their business. This is an idiotic excuse. By that same logic, horse drivers should have protested against cars since cars put the horse-driver carriage industry out of business. Once again, many Indians refuse to evolve and actually want to stop all progress in society.

Either way, this goes to show how dumb most Indians are and how they need Whites or Arabs people to manage their countries for them. Indians are too dumb to run their own country. Back when the Muslims and British ruled India, the country was much better off and much more organized too. If Indians don’t want to be ruled by Whites or Arabs, then why do Indians keep flooding into White Western or Arab countries?

Maybe once Indians wipe themselves out due to their own stupidity, White people can start settling India just like they settled America and start developing the country. India is a very nice country in terms of geography, resources, and scenery, and it’s a shame that such a nice country is going to waste being managed by a bunch of genetic subhumans. If White countries would ban all immigration from and cut all aid to India, we’d see Indians wipe themselves out within a couple of generations.

The Vedic scriptures say that Aryans are the supreme race, so shouldn’t Indians want the “supreme race” to come into their country and develop it? Indians are brainwashed from a young age to hate White people and to consider Whites and “the British” as the cause of all of India’s problems. If it wasn’t for this anti-White racist brainwashing inculcated in innocent school children in India, I think Indians would be a lot more open to White people coming and developing their country for them. But hey, if Indians are content to have such a horrible living standard, then fuck them. Most Indians are too arrogant and ignorant to accept change anyway. If you give them good advice, they get angry at you.

The sooner we can implement full isolation of India and Indians, the better the rest of the world will be.

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“Diary Written by a Half-Asian, Half-White Guy,” by Magneto

Diary Written by a Half-Asian, Half-White Guy

by Magneto

I came across this site and was blown away by it. The guy who writes it has dedicated an entire blog to talking about how fucked up the children of White Male + Asian Female unions are. The self-hatred vibe of this guy is just off the charts.

Anyway, it’s quite an interesting read.

One point I remember is how he points out that a lot of these school shooter types are the Hapa (half Asian, half White) children born of White Male + Asian Female parents. This holds true for Elliot Rodger for sure.

The whole blog is article after article ranting about how White men who marry Asian women are losers, Asian women who marry White men are whores, and the children produced by such a union are fucked up. He has devoted hundreds, maybe even thousands, of articles to this exact subject, which is quite shocking because how often can you rehash the same topic over and over again, hundreds of fucking times?

The guy sounds like a ticking time bomb, and I’m surprised he hasn’t shot up a school yet.

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