Real Life Horror

Some people are so full of life, they manage to hold onto it, even as they grow old, Dan Bell is an example.

I always like his videos because they’re real in a way almost nothing on the Internet is anymore, kind of like my own blog. No AI, no Instagram/Twitter/Facebook icons popping up. Just a middle-aged gay guy (married guys are too drained for these kinds of shenanigans) exploring mysterious places.

I’m going to spoil it now, so don’t scroll down until you’ve watched it

Almost

They say that the future is already here, it’s just unequally distributed. A guy living in his own self-made illegal tent camp, storing the flesh of dead cats and dogs that he eats, with a policeman arguing he “doesn’t bother anyone”, now that is the future.

It’s not really the murder of animals that disturbs me about the modern world. It’s the lack of aliveness that disturbs me. I’m not encouraging anyone to become a serial killer, but the existence of serial killers doesn’t disturb me at an existential level.

No, I’m disturbed by everything being flooded by this giant obese domesticated human borg, of old people seeking safety at all cost, in a world devoid of meaning, a world where everything non-human dies, a world that converges on a kind of communist-islamist global mediocrity.

I just think the whole thing should be shaken up like a kaleidoscope, so that a new picture can emerge. There’s nothing new and exciting left when we continue down the current path. Outer space is full of dead rocks and you can’t get an ecosystem going on Mars without an atmosphere, so these fantasies are an utter dead end.

But if SARS-COV-2 escapes the antibodies against the N-Terminal Domain, if bird flu jumps into the human species, if monkeypox depopulates sub-Saharan Africa, if the whole human population is reduced to 40 million survivors, 90% of them under the age of 16, then that is an exciting world.

Nature needs a breathing pause

This whole thing has already lasted too long. All these sprawling cities, these places like Cairo and New Delhi where people just live too far away from nature and have to work all day long, so that all they see in their lives are other people’s buildings, who can look at these places and not wish for them to be annihilated?

Who can look at these giant drone videos of inbred genetically identical cows in endless factory farms, or the satellite imagery of these entire American states that consist just of a square grid of roads like a giant excel sheet and not think that it all needs to be burned down to the ground?

I would go a step further and say that at some level, you’re supposed to be suicidal. I would say it is the only sane response. Suicidal, or drugged out of your mind. When you wish to flee from the city, to spend two weeks in nature recovering, you have to jump into an airplane that makes the Earth uninhabitable. What kind of cruelty is that?

And you can blame “capitalism” or “politicians”, but when you see these bloviating bodies around you, isn’t it immediately obvious that this is just what most people want? We’re creatures that evolved to seek comfort and safety, but we became too good at it.

And so when I explain that we’re faced with a cocktail of viruses that will soon begin to decimate the human population, I speak like an optimist. The alternative would be far, far worse. We’re now at 1.6 degree above pre-Industrial it seems. Nasty, but nowhere near enough to annihilate life on Earth. In fact, if it all came to a grinding halt today, the long-term effect would be good, as CO2 concentrations were getting dangerously low. We just need it to stop now.

And if it stops overnight, most people will die. But is it worse to die now, or to live long enough to crash this whole planet into the ground? We are all mortal animals anyway. That’s a good thing, there’s nothing better than just continually starting this game over and over again, being a teenager for a million different lives.

Shake the kaleidoscope with me. Just visualize it. It’s all you have to do.

26 Comments

  1. Yes that video does have vibes of Texas Chainsaw Massacre (as they allude to in the video) and Blair Witch Project, which you have referenced previously.

    Interestingly, Stephen King stated in a recent interview that BWP was the only horror film that he was unable to finish watching, such was the “sense of dread” effect that it had on him – he had to switch it off halfway through.

    Also interesting is the coincidence that BWP was set in the backwoods of Maryland, which just so happens to be the same state where Dan Bell and his friend filmed that disturbing video.

    > Trained cellular innate immunity in unvaccinated

    > Neu5Gc in meat and dairy

    > Cannabis to repair abnormal immune response (T cells, B cells, NK cells) in vaccinated

    > Polish people spared during Black Death

    The m̶e̶e̶k̶ unvaccinated vegan stoner philosemites shall inherit the earth.

    • There’s a lot here, like all your posts.

      Some things I wanted to highlight and question…

      First of all, I don’t understand your shameful suicidal thoughts. Suicide is a mortal sin.
      How do you call other people “defeatist” for not wanting to get involved in a Chinese civil war or fighting for Zelensky when you’re contemplating killing yourself?
      Talk about defeatist…

      >And so when I explain that we’re faced with a cocktail of viruses that will soon begin to decimate the human population, I speak like an optimist.We’re now at 1.6 degree above pre-Industrial it seems. Nasty, but nowhere near enough to annihilate life on Earth. In fact, if it all came to a grinding halt today, the long-term effect would be good, as CO2 concentrations were getting dangerously low.And if it stops overnight, most people will die. But is it worse to die now, or to live long enough to crash this whole planet into the ground?We are all mortal animals anyway. That’s a good thing, there’s nothing better than just continually starting this game over and over again, being a teenager for a million different lives.<

      Are you sure that reincarnation is real?
      Are you really sure?

    • >The m̶e̶e̶k̶ unvaccinated vegan stoner philosemites shall inherit the earth.

      Yes, because they knew which side their bread was buttered, and like women, placed their amoral loyalty on the “strong horse” irrespective of aesthetic considerations, probably actually literally sucked Jew cock at some point, and as a reward for their obeisance (as functionaries/Janissaries/enforcers) of the so-called “Jew World Order” will probably be given some fake honorifics in the “world-yet-to-come”, just as soon as “They” finish destroying the current world.

      I hope you are proud of yourself

      • The Jews that are the ones actually doing this slow human biological cull, they hate Jews as well. Only certain Jews they like.

        Pro-tip, look at which two genetic groups are HLA exempt from the cull. They like to keep their compliant communist factory producing humans. It is the rest of the humans that appear to be overpopulating “their” planet.

        If you are considered not human, i.e. an animal – to be killed or used at will by the chosen ones, perhaps this Jew is trying to help you? Perhaps increasing animal rights is in your best interests, if you are the goy?

        • > Perhaps increasing animal rights is in your best interests, if you are the goy?

          Fair point. I shall consider it.

    • “Neu5Gc in meat and dairy”

      Zeno auto-antigen amplification and hypersialylated virus generated turbo cancer for the win!

      KDN is your ecological friend!

      Global warming is not the problem, merely a symptom.

      Humans are the problem!

      Hence the Jewish reduction of the goy, via the goy-slop that they feed them + the hypersialylated autoimmune responses that they inject for them.

      A win-win solution!

  2. Yeah, BWP is a seriously underrated film. I don’t get scared by much horror films but BWP still gets to me, probably due to the fact you never see the witch so it sets the imagination the task of doing it for you. Funnily enough during filming when they run out of the tent at night after the tent shaking incident, the Directors had previously instructed one of the actors to veer the camera to the left where an elderly woman in a nightgown was standing but the guy’s camera thankfully missed her. One of my top ten films.

    If you like horror btw I thoroughly recommend Kill List, a downright creepy film about two hit men who start getting stalked by an evil witchy cult.

  3. The European Antiquity had worked itself in a corner in a similar manner:
    – Roman numerals were limiting them from advancing to much higher planes of science and engineering. They had no idea they were limited, and the social organization allowed them to still accomplish anything they needed
    – Slave labor was cheap and plentiful, so no need to invent labor-saving machines
    – Oar-powered ships were OK for the Mediterranean, but would have not allowed crossing the oceans. Maneuvring solely on wind power would have been unthinkable.

    That civilization collapsed, the kaleidoscope got shaken, and we moved to a better place.

    Now we painted ourselves into a corner again. Besides the very valid points about the environment, the peak of modern comfort corrals people into living lives unsuited to either the nature of man, or of woman. Of nightmare surveillance and of artificial online communities. Empty streets on which children play no more.

    We have built ourselves a mouse paradise, and yes, anyone with half a brain will be deeply unhappy in this world. I beg the Gods to have mercy on the souls of our children, and to turn the kaleidoscope soon. Please give us a chance to build a new world. Together with the Gods this time.

  4. I don’t know why my comment didn’t post properly. I’ll try again.

    _________________________________

    There’s a lot here, like all your posts.

    Some things I wanted to highlight and question…

    First of all, I don’t understand your shameful suicidal thoughts. Suicide is a mortal sin.
    How do you call other people “defeatist” for not wanting to get involved in a Chinese civil war or fighting for Zelensky when you’re contemplating killing yourself?
    Talk about defeatist…

    >And so when I explain that we’re faced with a cocktail of viruses that will soon begin to decimate the human population, I speak like an optimist.We’re now at 1.6 degree above pre-Industrial it seems. Nasty, but nowhere near enough to annihilate life on Earth. In fact, if it all came to a grinding halt today, the long-term effect would be good, as CO2 concentrations were getting dangerously low.And if it stops overnight, most people will die. But is it worse to die now, or to live long enough to crash this whole planet into the ground?We are all mortal animals anyway. That’s a good thing, there’s nothing better than just continually starting this game over and over again, being a teenager for a million different lives.<

    Are you sure that reincarnation is real?
    Are you really sure?

  5. One thing I’ve come to understand very intimately is that most peoples’ ideas are the result of failed attribution.

    By intuition they feel things, but then when they go to articulate them, they try to explain these feelings and direct perceptions, and usually get caught up in justifying these intuitions in terms of unaudited logical constructs they’ve got rattling around in their minds.

    You feel a nameless dread when you look at modernity.

    If you were for example born in a social clime that conditioned you to be a republican, you’d explain this nameless dread in terms of things you already were socially primed to disapprove of: excessive federal government power, tax & spend subsidy/welfare/entitlements pseudo-socialism, an immigration of “illegal” POCs. This is a socially approved outlet for your discomforts, so that’s what you’d convince yourself was the real cause of your malaise.

    Had you been born as a big city equality believer, you’d convince yourself that your nameless dread was actually just your reaction racism, “inequality,” “capitalism,” or whatever scapegoats that tribe socially approves of. (Not being one of them, and being as different from them as they are from insects, I cannot conceive of what specific scapegoats they might permit. These are mere examples.)

    We all to some extent have this problem. You definitely do, I’ve seen it. That’s why I really appreciate this post of yours; it’s the most honest in attributing what you feel about modernity not to v-gan moral concerns, but to the existential horror of living in an open air cubicle farm run by Kim Jong Un.

    Struggle, spontaneity, excitement, adventure, discovery, beauty, these are the things that give life meaning and they are profoundly lacking from any scrap of land stewarded by modern adults.

    Life the way most people live it is completely fucking pointless and gay, and the more of them there are, the less room there is for anything cool to exist, so it’s only natural to hope that all browns and most people over age 25 just all keeled over dead one morning so that anything remotely enjoyable or interesting could occur ever again.

    I appreciate the honesty of your framing, and the fact that you didn’t misattribute what you felt, but wrote it precisely as you felt it.

  6. I have to admit, you’re the first climate fanatic who acknowledges CO2 can, and almost did, get too low. But you can turn down the volume on your climate angst. It has a long way to go before it becomes a problem. At least, however, you do focus on other problems and in a reasonably intelligent way.

  7. >I always like his videos because they’re real in a way almost nothing on the Internet is anymore, kind of like my own blog.

    I give you massive props for conducting your blog in this manner.

    When I come here I get nostalgic vibes which remind me of the old Usenet days.

    Just an utter Wild West.

    I’m guessing you are too young to have any experience with that particular subculture (which presumably was the progenitor of 4chan and the like)

    I’m guessing some of the lurkers here might remember though.

    (Hey You!

    Anyone remember soc.singles?

    Jackie The Tokeman?

    Now those were the days…)

    • I’m too young for usenet but I do remember early 4chan, like in the mid-2000s. That was genuinely the best place on the entire internet for a few years, it was quite different then, even if that’s ancient history now.

  8. Civilization is going to collapse we can’t stop this. You are like a tech bro but with drug-inspired solutions.

  9. Rintrah, your fetish (global “warming”) will go away, and soon at that. youtu.be/NeFePI1nW1Y

    I think it’s time to find a new fetish.

    As for the rest, I partially like your take on this. The factory stuff needs to go. That said, not everything is black and white. And not every country treats animals like crap. I’d say that the next few years might be turbulent as hell, but in the end, humanity will get through this — unsure how, but I’m eternal optimist.

    Life will always find a way.

    Will I or mine be part of this future? Hope so, but best we can do is take it all one day at a time

    • I can’t think of a single country that does not treat animals like crap. Could you point me to the vegan ethnostate? I may like to move there. There’s no point in wishful thinking unless it’s coupled with an acknowledgement of the truth of what’s going on and a willingness to change on a personal level.

        • Yeah it’s like 5% of the population there, versus 1% everywhere else. It should be 100%, carnism is on par with rape, murder, and cannibalism by the evil of the act and the harm it causes.

      • Nazi Germany had the first and still the most strict animal rights and animal welfare laws – never to be equaled.

        Hitler (a strict ethical vegan) planned to turn the whole of Europe vegan. The Jewish banking system however defeated him – so we went back to animal killing.

        Anyway, queue the Red Heifer!

        It is time to build the third temple. Ben-Gvir is starting to get impatient.

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