Arthur's Hall of Viking Manliness - Revisiting the Classics

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  1. SimplyXY

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    It's a pity you aren't allowed to amputate limbs for eugenic reasons. Or heads, for that matter.
     
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  2. Iron

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    ...sterilization. I would pay to have people on EBT sterilized.
     
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    Probably didn't utilize a proper c clamp and cheek weld for accurate follow up shots
     
  4. raakis

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    That's why I hate our child allowance system so much. It enables worthless sacks of shit to reproduce and abuse the system. I'd much rather have a cut in my income tax for every kid under 18 than handing out money for every bastard you push out.
     
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    It's not difficult to structure a system to reward married couples with one income having children, but it's not in the interests of (((elites)))
     
  6. Iron

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    Yeah, they need to get all of the regular people working to support the bloat and the voting underclass. Zero incentive for them to help those that work. And, they need as many single parents depending on the .gov to keep them afloat so the .gov can keep getting bigger.
     
  7. SimplyXY

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    They support the working too. In work benefits and so on- if McWorker gets $20k from his job he gets $15k in benefits and programs. The breakdown of how much the state subsidises the lowest earning workers and therefore helps provide cheap labour in retail and fastfood is quite shocking. Someone like Walmart is effectively having half of its wage bill paid by the tax payer.
     
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    I guess I meant the working class that supports themselves as well as supporting those that don't support themselves.
     
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    I've done the "comfy calculations" on this stuff, I've often thought about finding some easy ass retail job I can coast at 40 hours a week. None of them would let me even survive yet my take home pay would be enough to deny me any sort of benefits.
     
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    You're a single white guy. You're not going to get all the gimmes that you need.
    Searching for 'Walmart workers on welfare' brings up an awful lot of normie economics sites - it seems 15-20% of Walmart workers may be on food stamps. I don't know the US benefits system enough to plough through it all.
    The UK had a similar retarded benefit problem, housing benefit. It basically took tax payers' money, chanelled it through a poor person's bank account and into the account of the middle class boomer or muslim slum lord they were renting from. A surprising number of government programs end up working like this.
    The most humourous example was the refitting of the National Opera in London which was largely funded by the proceeds of the national lottery. Taking money from plebs to pay for the pleasures of their wealthier betters.
     
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    The Retards and Hot Pockets article is so good because it really did a great job blowing the "old economy" (before everything went to web 2.0 tech based garbage convenience culture) out of proportion, if Facebook and Amazon had never taken off it probably would have been reality.
     
  12. Tzar

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    Be more like this.

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    I will be releasing episodes of the original podcast in staggered order, enjoy.

     
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    "IMMIGRATION POLICY:
    I am a proponent of the open-door policy. I believe in opening our borders to all comers with the notable exception of residents from Middle Eastern nations. I would halt all immigration from these nations and severely restrict visitation and residence of Middle Eastern nationals. I would not allow them to study at our public schools and would not allow them to work here on Visa status. I am also in support of financial incentives to bring highly qualified and successful immigrants to our nation. I would start something called “New American Enterprise Zones” in the Midwest, where the government would provide 0% interest loans for homes and business in the Midwest. These immigrants would have to have degrees from non-religious schools and have a successful track record in business or the public sector. This would accomplish two things. It would bring productive new citizens to our nations and also awaken the widely economically depressed Midwest. As for the illegal immigrants, I would immediately grant them citizen status so that we can readily track and assimilate these new Americans. You may ask why I am in support of this liberal immigration policy. The reasons are economic in nature; we need more immigrants to hold labor costs down. High labor costs hurt our economy in the same way that low unemployment does, it creates an inflated price of labor. Also I have found that most immigrants, especially those from Latin America, are hard workers and are generally good workers, citizens and neighbors. They appreciate the greatness of our nation, that is, after all, why they are here." - ARTHUR

    HOLY SHIT
     
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    NO AMNESTY

    OUT
     
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  16. Son of Odin

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    OUT OUT OUT! TAKE HIS COAT
     
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    Arthur is right in a way.
    1. No middle easten immigrants. All of them who are not US-born citizens must go back, no exceptions.

    Muslim citizens in-country must be registered with the Bureau of Muslim Affairs, and can only attend the ONE registered & monitored mosque chain (McMosque.) McMosque will not allow non-US-born persons to lead services. All McMosque leaders will graduate from McIslam theological college, where no-US-born persons will be allowed to teach. All services must be in English, all texts in English. No proselytizing or canvassing, etc. in any way. This allows them to maintain the minimum constitutional freedom to be Muslims while gradually weakening them by attrition and dilution. Of course, all foreign islamic sites & media to be censored and blocked. If they are not prepared to live under an Americanized form of Islam, then they can leave.

    2. “New American Enterprise Zones”
    This is a good idea, kind of a new Lebensraum. Except, I'd make a two-tier system: one a business/technical course for advanced migrants to go as quickly into the middle class as possible, as this will Americanize their children, and the other a service-based course for the grunt migrants to learn English and skills by either military service or public works (building roads, dams, infrastructure, etc.) Advanced-class migrants could not move out of the Zone until they became citizens, and service-course migrants could not move out of the Zone even if they became citizens, and we'd encourage them to settle nearest the base or project they were assigned to inside the Zone. The Zone would be the only place in the US with bilingual ESL education.

    As for amnesty, I'm against it, and in favor of a points-system like Australia. The points a person had would determine if he could stay or had to go, as well as which course in the Zone they could join if they stayed. Not at all a bad thing, as predominately Catholic Latinos are very community and family oriented, and their children tend to good Americans. An important thing about my points system would be that it would be fluid; lose points for things like parking tickets, crimes, delinquency in paying bills, etc., and gain points for time-in-service and outstanding contributions (up to and including a type of "field promotion" into citizenship for heroism, and so on.) So, their status in the Zone would be entirely in their hands: work well and advance, screw up and get deported.

    At the same time, we build the wall. Anyone who won't accept the Zone doesn't get in.
     
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  18. Chiron

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    I agree. All of this nonsense about the economy "needing" more immigrants for the economy is just that: nonsense.

    Evola wrote the best takedown of American capitalism ever in Men Among the Ruins:
    “Nothing is more evident than that modern capitalism is just as subversive as Marxism. The materialistic view of life on which both systems are based is identical; both of their ideals are qualitatively identical, including the premises connected to a world the center of which is constituted of technology, science, production, ‘productivity,’ and ‘consumption.’ And as long as we only talk about economic classes, profit, salaries, and production, and as long as we believe that real human progress is determined by a particular system of distribution of wealth and goods, and that, generally speaking, human progress is measured by the degree of wealth or indigence — then we are not even close to what is essential, even though new theories, beyond Marxism and capitalism, might be formulated.”

    In other words, these two systems aren't opposites; they're both competing sects of the same religion which reduces a man to nothing more than a unit of economic output. Like Catholics and Anglicans, the only real difference between them is who controls the system.

    It appears that Arthur's only concern was whether or not enough communities and small businesses were destroyed by strip malls and McMansion cul-de-sacs, and how much money was in the pockets of CEOs who don't give a fuck about the American people; you know- the kind of CEOs who pushed Women's Lib (for cheap labor), mass immigration (again, for cheap labor), degeneracy (MTV, Disney, etc), and diversity (in order to reach more "markets").

    Arthur must be a boomer.
     
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    He just lives in the PNW.
     
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