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    Nihilism - The Continuity of Life

    Please read in its entirety before you pass judgment. Put your thinking caps on, relax, and enjoy!

    http://www.corrupt.org/data/open_courseware/nihilism/

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    Well, it looks better than ANUS. Can a website be too racist to be really nihilistic?

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    ANUS and CORRUPT collaborate together. With the latter you're basically getting an extension on positive nihilism in relation to society and culture. In fact I think they're all associated, if you look at the bottom of this link: http://www.penttilinkola.com/

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    I think you're right. ANUS's "Forum" links to Corrupt. The Corrupt article was an interesting read and I apologise for my brief post before. What other Nihilist websites are out there other than ANUS, Corrupt, and Counter Order?

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    I'm sure there are plenty, but I'm content with these. I don't care for trendy PC nihilism because it's a distortion.

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    Does it really matter anymore :(

    On a more serious note Corrupt and the American Nihilist Underground Society have some pretty thought provoking writings, regardless of whether you agree or not. While I disagree with fascism, I particularly like their ideas a return to an aristocratic class, as opposed to the equality idea that so many people preach without considering the implications of the ideology. Their ideas about transcendence, evolution, and esoteric thought are worth contemplating.

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    In my mind nihilism has always melded better with aristocracy than egalitarian ideals, but I will admit to ignorance on what these sites preach in particular. I have no time for egalitarianism in general, but I am fond of aristocracy.

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    Two years ago or so, I read almost all of the articles and writings on ANUS (Corrupt is relatively recent) and was left fascinated. Prozak and his fellows are brilliant in shaking minds, no doubt, and they melt concepts and influences with great ease, something few achieve, especially on an obscure website with an obscene (and clearly intented) name.

    Two things I remember from all these readings: the weight they put on the old Indo-European beliefs (something I still continue to study, with writers like Georges Dumézil among notably) and the anti-egalitarian world view. One could say that both go hand in hand, but I think much of historians and philosophers definitely lack boldness (except Nietzsche and some others) and I think this is as important as the ideas proposed. The ANUS team really stress the link between old traditional beliefs (albeit in a different light that we do here) and modernity as it should be (they are staunchily anti-modern), and while these guys can be seen as frustrated, they are engaged. This is notably shown by the most "acceptable" website of Corrupt.
    "The heavenly motions... are nothing but a continuous song for several voices, perceived not by the ear but by the intellect,
    a figured music which sets landmarks
    in the immeasurable flow of time."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SineNomine View Post
    In my mind nihilism has always melded better with aristocracy than egalitarian ideals, but I will admit to ignorance on what these sites preach in particular. I have no time for egalitarianism in general, but I am fond of aristocracy.
    ANUS is the American site, they also host a British site here: http://www.anus.com/tribes/uk/. Might be worth checking out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurtz View Post
    Two years ago or so, I read almost all of the articles and writings on ANUS (Corrupt is relatively recent) and was left fascinated. Prozak and his fellows are brilliant in shaking minds, no doubt, and they melt concepts and influences with great ease, something few achieve, especially on an obscure website with an obscene (and clearly intented) name.
    The problem with nihilists, is that they don't offer a solution for the world's problems. They're completely right when they identify the world's problems, but they are too cynical to provide an alternative. They're a typical anti-movement.

    We don't need an anti-movement, but we need a movement that provides a workable alternative to both capitalism and communism, to both dictatorship and "democracy". We need a system that works on a long term and that is based on positive principles. That's why I'm a national-socialist and not a nihilist.

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