They’re here. And you’re fucked in every last way save the sexual.i
In ways you couldn’t begin to comprehend (mostly because you got a gold star for “attendance” and thought this perfectly justified) they have been paying strict attention ; even if not to these exact words, to words very much like those of that “converted”ii Jew who maneuvered his way to the pinnacle of British Parliament :
The Jews represent the Semitic principle; all that is spiritual in our nature. They are the trustees of tradition, and the conservators of the religious element. They are a living and the most striking evidence of the falsity of that pernicious doctrine of modern times, the natural equality of man.iii The political equality of a particular race is a matter of municipal arrangement and depends entirely on political considerations and circumstances; but the natural equality of man now in vogue, and taking the form of cosmopolitan fraternity,iv is a principle which, were it possible to act on it, would deteriorate the great races and destroy all the genius of the world. What would be the consequence on the great Anglo-Saxon republic, for example, were its citizens to secede from their sound principle of reserve, and mingle with their negro and coloured populations? In the course of time they would become so deteriorated that their states would probably be reconquered and regained by the aborigines whom they have expelled and who would then be their superiors.
As if Disraeli’s words fell on deaf ears for the whole world save the Chinese,v when we fast-forward to present day, we see fuerdaivi busily buzzing about the world’s major metropolitan centres – snapping up luxury real estate and high-end purses of all descriptions as quickly as coastal trading hubs such as London, New York, Singapore, and Vancouver can build themvii – and at the same time not culturally integrating with what they distinctly perceive to be sub-human local populations.viii So even though the Chinese have long been isolationist, on the back of a couple of revolutions in communication and transportation technology, they’re now taking this attitude overseas like never before.
Focusing on this freshly minted caste – this “rich second generation” (the literal translation of fuerdai) – we see how easily it glues itself atop the existing house of cards in the West, applying newfound levels of both social directnessix and political openness, in a possibly misguided attempt to “improve” the social dispositions of ζῷον πολιτικόν.x So it is that well-heeled Chinese expats are painfully reminding those in soi-disant “civilised world” (ie. Europe and its colonies) just how vain and relatively poor you are, not to mention just how ephemeral the political and economic arrangements of the last two centuries in point of fact were. Uncomfortable truth, isn’t it ?
I suppose you thought that this could never happen to the Firstest Biggest Bestest Empire of America - it’d simply be too “unfair” for an emerging power on the global stage to buttfuck you so badly, because that’s what you read in The Economist, and so you thought that you could treat China like some rinkydink former Soviet province, like a slightly larger but every bit as bombable Yugoslavia. News flash : China has owned as much of the world as they’ve wanted for the better part of the past two millennia,xi and the only reason that you’re not speaking Mandarin or Cantonese today instead of English and Spanish is that Zheng Hexii apparently had better things to do than beat Indians into oblivion, whereas your forefathers knew full well that it was make mincemeat of the redskins or farm potatoes for the rest of eternity. So pops took what he could get.
That’s a significant difference. China is like the proverbial captain of the football team, who, come Friday night, can choose any party he wants and any girl(s) in it. He can also choose to stay in, talk to his parents about his week over dinner, or even study for his test on Monday morning. It’s his life, it’s his choice. You, on the other hand, are just like every other dude on a Friday night : you do what you must. If you’re sociable and horny, they find a party and a girl to vulture. If you’re asocial and horny, you beat off to Internet porn and spend your evening in an online gaming chatroom. He gets to choose and you don’t, but then again, who said life was fair ?
Now that the Chinese dragon – free of any hang-ups about “discrimination” – has its eyes on the West, it’s only a few scrappy remnants of Europe and its colonies that stand between China and as much global domination as it wants.
The Chinese are here. And they’re writing the rules whether we like it or not.
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Not my writing, but I almost died laughing when I found this in the lobby of my building. ↩
- Dollars to donuts ol’ Papa Disraeli kept a Torah under his pillow until his dying day. He was obviously a man of some conviction, which not only led to his ostensibly leaving the faith of his fathers, but is also precisely why it’s almost impossible to believe that his family’s “conversion” was anything more than political jockeying. And how! Benjamin rose to a rank perhaps unmatched since the biblical days of Esther.↩
- Arguably, the entire fraudulent conception of “social progress” is exactly predicated on, as Disraeli describes, the natural equality of man. A steaming load of rubbish, this pretense, this dream.↩
- From somewhat recent comment that’s well worth knocking up a notch into the footnotes (and perhaps one day into the body!) :
The “collective” impetus is always and everywhere towards preservation, which is also what makes it a fundamentally feminine behaviour. It’s for this reason and by this mechanism that “the people” choose to create slavish empires where everyone is equal mkay and therefore everyone is a slave and yet everyone is called “free.” It’s behind this constructed veneer of calling things other than as they are (see how “n*gger” became “coloured” became “black” became “young man wearing a red hoodie”) that they hope to hide their individual inadequacies, even at the expense of any and all human flourishing, or even functioning.
- From Jiayang Fan at the New Yorker :
Oei said that so many Chinese want to move to Vancouver that Manu has many more potential customers than it can accommodate. “They buy properties without hesitation,” he said. “It’s very cheap in comparison to, let’s say, New York, L.A., Hong Kong, or Japan. First, it’s very economical to buy properties, and then, second, these folks have so much money, they want to diversify and put it in a country that is safe.”
I asked him if the people he works with could be considered China’s one per cent. “I wouldn’t say that they are the one per cent,” Oei replied. “More like between the one and two per cent.” His clients tend to have prospered in regional manufacturing cities, whereas the very wealthiest people are from Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen. “The tippy top of the pyramid have political backing or connections,” he said. “They don’t need to export the wealth.”
The one percent who are keeping their wealth in China, where it’s as safe as can be regardless of which fungible busybody gets strung up on corruption charges, are basically the country’s philanthropers (ie. plum bookers). It’s the 1-5%, those whom are excessively reliant upon a few concentrated busybody bureaucrats, and know all too well the fragility of their positions, that are off-shoring their wealth in such an unprecedented and immodest a manner.↩
- In addition to these real estate purchases, real estate investment by the Chinese is not only being encouraged, but being rewarded with immigration visas, certainly in the States. Not that this is news to
RepublicanPresidential candidate Donald “China cannot blackmail us with our own Treasury bonds” Trump, who makes large-scale use of the EB-5 program :
The visa program is known as EB-5. In exchange for investing at least $500,000 in a project promising to create jobs, foreigners receive a two-year visa with a good chance of obtaining permanent residency for them and their families. In 2014, the most recent year for which records are available, the U.S. issued 10,692 of these visas — 85% to people from China.
The Jersey City project has raised $50 million, about a quarter of its funding, from loans obtained through EB-5, according to a slide presentation by US Immigration Fund. Mark Giresi, general counsel of US Immigration Fund, said he believed nearly all of the EB-5 investors in the Trump project were from China.
- Not to mention the fact that your accountant or bookkeeper is likely Chinese, and that you never have and never will see them out at the same bar as you and your friends.↩
- It’s disturbingly easy for FOBs to clue in to North American culture and take advantage of the spread legs so gleefully offered up. A demented toddler could do it, it’s really not much of a moat. ↩
- What Aristotle referred to man as : Zôion politikòn, or a political animal. ↩
- The Chinese are also a black (Pandora’s) box, which doesn’t exactly help you to understand wtf the future has in store for you other than to say that you’re not going to like it. It’s hard to get wet when they never actually stick it in.↩
- To quote from an earlier piece :
The only thing protecting the castrated United States from the same fate as Europe – now and for the foreseeable future – is the breadth of the Atlantic Ocean and the somewhat limited carrying capacity of airplanes relative to sea-faring boats and roads paved with IMF funds. That the Pacific Ocean is similarly enormous – and that the Chinese simply can’t be bothered to invade the Americas en masse, just as they could’ve but didn’t back when Zheng He was the man to beat on the high seas – means only that the US finds itself carrying the torch of Byzantium, aka the decrepit refuse of the Roman Empire : increasingly isolated, culturally bizarre, and of interest only to itself.
I’d now expand on this point to say that immigration en masse isn’t even required for a new cultural elite to take the reigns. It’s not like Cortez and his men outnumbered the Aztecs, certainly not any more than TMSR~ outnumbers reddit.↩