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I think I meant counter-subversive. If I were to approach Accelerationism at all, it would be from the - indubitably - more straightforward, accessible position of the contemporary British "dissident Right". I can understand the post-binary desire for unification though, either camp pursuing separate missions that could, eventually, coalesce into the same end goal, and then on from there. I just don't like Posthumanism very much, or some of those far-out theoretical perspectives put out online, all beyond my ken mostly, and in these little printed meta-manifesto sets. That's all a moot point though. This songs clings to the 2020 year(s), and not very much on from that. I do wonder which parts of it will sink in the most locally, if at all. I just cannot let myself be nihilistic, or as resigned, or ruthless, or contrived, over it all. Also, that statement regarding The Reformation should take some explaining. I'll dig out the Dr's words later on, and return to it in another video some time.
It occurred to me to add, my vote of conscience may indeed be to spoil my paper. Labour voting from a Right perspective, much as I struggled to put this to my girlfriend (who has never voted, or shown any interest - not even over this floundering democracy, or the concept of Democracy at all, but over a world outside broken washing machines, and patio decking upkeep, and getting the kids to school on time, to a level of belligerent disinterest - but has agreed to vote now, if "encouraged suitably" and informed), may be a prudent option for any future Nationalist mass-conversion in the general public; those subsequent years of Neo-Liberal communist misery and draconian ill-sense being so shitty and unbearable were Labour to adopt power, that they could shift the unaligned populous to a long-suffering "never again" stance, or at least bring a few more round. If afforded that slim opportunity at all by such a government, that is. The alternatives are chilling.
If I vote at all, most likely it'll be The Brexit Party. Damn.
I'd rather try For Britain, but they have limited chance at this stage. I disagree over the Israel support/excuses-made-by-obligatory-mandate stance, but otherwise agree on most, if not all of their actual policies. Still, they will need a significant numbers booster to succeed in the future in a meaningful sense, and a higher level of nationwide recognition. I'd like them, out of all, to have a better chance. I'm still torn as to whether the Labour vote could galvanize that dissentient cause though. I am not so fond of all this resigned tactical long-term Utilitarianism.
The Conservatives, I think, will win though. An exponential shame.
I'm still, naturally, a little set upon, given this (initial) pseudo-allowance of any valid participation in the affairs of my country at all, as poorly served by the aforementioned limp democracy, and on all of the above also. Democracy, failed as it is, is well dead by now, I often fear, and its most vociferous advocates beyond caring, in any conscientious, compassionate form. Oh well. But damn.
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