Ted Kaczynski’s Manifesto

by Ryu

Kaz was one of us. I’m convinced that a half hour’s conversation would have turned him into a racial revolutionary. He knew about the FFOL.

“When we speak of leftists in this article we have in
mind mainly socialists, collectivists, “politically correct” types,
feminists, gay and disability activists, animal rights activists and
the like. But not everyone who is associated with one of these
movements is a leftist. “

I could cut and paste hundreds of snippets. Kaz was both a mathematical genius and a political one.

“Those who are most sensitive about “politically incorrect”
terminology are not the average black ghetto-dweller, Asian immigrant,
abused woman or disabled person, but a minority of activists, many of
whom do not even belong to any “oppressed” group but come from
privileged strata of society.”

I’m the brother who didn’t betray Ted. He left his tenure-track teaching position at Berkeley because….…. it was a “surrugate activity.” He wanted to live a “real life”, which he did for a long time.

“When people do not have to exert themselves to
satisfy their physical needs they often set up artificial goals for
themselves. In many cases they then pursue these goals with the same
energy and emotional involvement that they otherwise would have put
into the search for physical necessities.”

“Industrial Society and It’s Consequences” is Ted’s masterpiece. It is the culmination of his life’s work. In his time, Ted was one of the smartest white men alive.
http://editions-hache.com/essais/pdf/kaczynski2.pdf

10 Responses to “Ted Kaczynski’s Manifesto”

  1. Reblogged this on Fact Checkers Patrol and commented:
    Kaczynski’s Manifesto

  2. Similar thoughts to Kaczynski…though with many many more words are in Jacques Ellul’s The Technological Society.

  3. Pragmatic ideology – the embodiment and focus of teddyK – should* have alerted him that so few Murkans give/gave a shit about his views that he would spark nothing.

    Is it wise to sacrifice your Right To A BigMac and cigarette for an entire nation of millions who forget about your rebellion 2 weeks later..?

    • Exactly… There is something ultimately self-annihilating about TK’s final demise. He did not reach the level of white Supremacy as solution to “infinite regress.” And yet, he may still get there?

    • Tedious K would have been another “I don’t care wheatie” or worse a LN, fast forwarding his young life by 20 years. He grew up in an era of the 60s, where the parasitic FFOL was incubating as an embryo. He saw it, and could have stopped its growth.

      Ryu is using a poor example of this guy. He was extolled by them. He could have been a stellar academic at the tusk tower, but he had a speech problem and was shy. It wasn’t that this guy was disenfranchised, sliced off by society for being a low ranking wheatie male. His later anti-social behavior, was another typical reactive, hot headed Murkan chump, against the status quo, and not that of a calculating cold brew, using propaganda and suggestive means.

  4. Ted Kaczynski makes Noam Chomsky look like Rand Paul. It shows what a true outsider could accomplish. He probably could have purified anthrax spores or ricin extract had he set his mind to it. Hard to defend against that even if they shut down the US postal service. The economy depends on constant mobility.

    • Ted K was supposed to be gold. Had he became a top professor, he would have been one of those enemies whom many WNs hate. He blew the opportunity, then became angry and then decided to take out on a few random people.

  5. Being a tenured academic at the tusk tower, is one of the best thing that can happen to you. Very few make it. Once you’re in, you get a fat salary for what you love to do at your own discretion, free housing provided, and plenty of college chicks to fuck. No NRA Whites, no pesky MINOs, you’re only surrounded by other LNs, who dictate policy.

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