Super Moon and why we stopped being ‘great’

Just finished looking at the super Moon through my telescope.  I have always been an astronomy guy for a long time, even read an astro-physics book for fun in between my cult marx college classes.  Looking at the Moon puts me in a melancholic mood of what we could have been.

It hangs there in the sky, a testament of what we once were, what we once did, and were capable of.  Now merely a dead tomb where our betters once tread.  From my readings, JFK appeared to me the last real president we ever had.  The last of the ‘noble aristocracy’ types: he actually served in the military among other things.  But he inspired us to BE BETTER.  None of this degenerate bullshit of ‘you are fine just how you are’.

He appealed to what we once claimed to stand for as Americans, a sense of adventure, of pride, of challenge.  Within 8 years we were on the moon using calculators weaker than modern phones.

JFK-  “Whether it will become a force for good or ill depends on man, and only if the United States occupies a position of pre-eminence can we help decide whether this new ocean will be a sea of peace or a new terrifying theater of war. ”

Back when we knew America was a special place, that we were smarter than the rest of the planet, more driven, more focused, and no other race could compare, only we could do this.

We choose to go to the Moon! … We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win ..”

I was not alive during his time, I can only look back and wonder what it must have been like to have wonder, to have drive at what we are doing.  Instead of shoveling shit with endless minorities and traitorous white/libs trying to bring us down.  I am not sure we will ever make it off the planet again short of some massive thing we can only speculate.

Now, all we have is the collapsing Pax Americana.  Trump represents perhaps a dying gasp of those who still want greatness, and serves as a reminder of just how different most people are, literally suicidal and complacent.


13 thoughts on “Super Moon and why we stopped being ‘great’

    • It’s not necessarily hypocrisy. Remember your leftist lessons, comrade. It is the machinations of power.

      For instance, I rally against the American police state. But I am a tyrannt myself. We should create a police state bigger than the one now, but one supporing white interests. In either case, freedom is dead.

      It is amusing that the Americans have more “technology” today, but they can’t get to the moon anymore. The white man in 1969 had more of the right stuff than modern Americans with all the doo-dads in the world.

      It takes more than computers to get to space. The greatest technology in this world is the human body.

  1. Good post. The part about the collapsing Pax Americana was as disturbing as it was heartfelt.

    Erudite, I’m having a series of articles coming up this week on popular writers: Stephen King, Patterson, etc. I’d like to see your thoughts on them at my website. I plan on incorporating them into the main display of my website. Ciao! TTYL.

    • I have looked at your site, Gregory. You seem to have lived an interesting life. Says you ran a cat house in the 90s.

      You wouldn’t happen to be MagicLord or something like that, would you? We are getting people with strange material from Ontario.

      The guy in your avatar looks like that guy from Two Moon Junction. I recognized him almost immediately.

      • ….but even if you did take it from Two Moon Junction, I still salute you. I think it was one of the best movies of its type ever made.

        Such a thing cannot be replicated today. Not because the technology is lacking, but the people don’t exist any longer.

        • Hey Ryu, remember like 2-3 years ago when you first found me on some other guys blog, who was that ‘apocalypse cometh’ or something? Didn’t that guy end up dead?
          Anyway I thought it was interesting we met basicly through the comments, do you remember what stuck out to me? At the time you said I had bettr/bigger things to do than this guys blog.

          • It’s true!

            PUA and the MRM are dead ends for WNs. Kid’s stuff. The work becomes very obvious, and simple. WN is FAR more difficult.

            That was Simon Rierdon’s site. He killed himself. I still am trying to learn the particulars.

            Recruiting is a skill and you will acquire it with time. Contact with hundreds or thousands of WNs will teach you well.

            I always look for Communist or Satanic WNs. They become the strongest.

            I must thank you for that Anna Nystrom post. She’s got a great push press. I don’t care to hear her talk, but she looks good training to music.

          • She is a sad case like most intragram sluts, she has the genes to be a perfect mom yet she will waste her child bearing years squatting around in yoga pants and having guys jack off and ‘like’ her banal posts.

          • There is no individual solution to the white woman problem. A form of collectivism is necessary. Not even the best PUAs in the world can stay married. I have read about many of the old guard getting married and then divorced, in the usual fashion.

  2. One cannot even begin to contemplate “great” without first MENTALLY wrestling with his concept of Perfection, ie., objective Supremacy.

    High IQ “white” male REJECTS objective Supremacy and so his ability to conceptualize and make concrete true “greatness” IS NIL.


    And now seemingly, permanently imbibed.

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