Don’t worry; I’m still alive!

Or, for some of you, don’t get your hopes up; I’m still alive.  After spending most of yesterday in airplanes, I am now at the American Renaissance “shadow conference” in a secret bunker deep underground somewhere in North Carolina.  I’ll keep y’all posted when there is something to write about here.

On an unrelated note, I’m almost done with the first chapter of The Ashkenazi Revolution.  So far, it is nothing like I expected it to be.  It is interesting reading, if sometimes a bit silly (in my opinion).  The man was a hardcore Jewish supremacist, so the book will give lots of amunition to Jew-haters.  This causes me some misgivings but a promise is a promise – and it should be noted that the book was banned because it was deemed deeply offensive even among Jews.

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I am a paleolibertarian Jew who is also a race-realist. My opinions are often out of the mainstream and often considered "odd" but are they incorrect? Feel free to set me right if you believe so!
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3 Responses to Don’t worry; I’m still alive!

  1. Fanny says:

    Off topic: Since there hasn’t been a study done to prove/disprove the hypothesis of Ashkenazi intelligence by Cochran et al. has anyone thought of trawling interviews, biographies, etc. to find what percentage of Jewish chess champions, nobel prize winners, etc. have the IQ-raising diseases?

  2. latte island says:

    If you have misgivings, you could be right…no one even knows what’s in that book anymore, so maybe it’s worse than I think. I get a kick out of the little I know about it, but only you can make an informed decision, and it’s not wrong to change your mind, based on knowing more about it.

  3. jewamongyou says:

    Re: Fanny, I am not aware of any such studies

    Re: latte island, I plan on publishing it anyway. There are some interesting concepts and I’ll let readers decide if it has merit or not. I’m just doing the service of putting it out there.

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