Calling all Dune fans

If you want to play the classic 90s PC game Dune II: The Building of a Dynasty, you can download it here (abandonware):

http://www.myabandonware.com/game/dune-ii-the-building-of-a-dynasty-1e7

If you prefer to play for real, please go here:

http://aryanism.net/politics/geopolitics/

This is the culmination of years of scattered discussions with our contacts from all over the world. This is the grand plan that we expect all Aryanists to at least try to work from henceforth within your own capacity. For many countries, we can offer much more detailed advice upon request. Also, there are many countries which we have not mentioned, not because they are unimportant, but because we intend to update the page over time as we receive input from new contacts. No matter which country it is except Israel, we promise that we can find a way to fit it into the plan so long as the will to freedom is there.

On a related note, here is the latest news:

http://news.yahoo.com/general-says-israel-smash-syrias-arsenals-assad-falls-180614376.html

Finally, let us be reminded that, even if everything goes according to plan (which would be a miracle in itself), Israel WILL launch its nuclear, chemical and biological weapons before it goes down:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samson_Option

There is no way around this. Unless enough countries around the world have the determination to potentially sacrifice themselves, we will not succeed. This is why, once again, it goes back to this page:

http://aryanism.net/philosophy/arya/survivalism-vs-militarism/

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32 Responses to Calling all Dune fans

  1. Jason says:

    Great new page, AS. On a similar topic, how would you analyze this story (http://www.northjersey.com/community/community_events/Amid_flags_and_cheers_Paterson_celebrates_Palestinian_Americans.html?page=all) in light of combating both Israel and Islamophobia in the United States? On one hand, recognition for Palestine is growing, which is always a blow to Zionists. However, on the other hand, the recognition of “Palestinian-American” is a term a folkist would oppose (similarly how Helen Thomas expressed her rejection of such terms). “Palestine is our country and we are proud of that.” If this identity is stronger to you, than an American one, then why aren’t you trying to solidify Palestinian statehood and identity by being in a more strategic place which would best serve the purpose, namely, the Middle East? The non-folkish, hyphenated-ethnic association has been something America has struggled with since its beginnings. This is why, for example, Hitler did not take the German-American Bund seriously.

  2. AS says:

    “the recognition of “Palestinian-American” is a term a folkist would oppose (similarly how Helen Thomas expressed her rejection of such terms).”

    I agree. “Palestinian-American” might be a technically accurate term if the person in question possesses dual citizenship of these two countries named, but nevertheless it is still poor propaganda.

    Perhaps you (or, better still, if you can find someone else from among the 175 people in your group to do it) could start a new Facebook group targeted at ordinary Americans (ie. not necessarily radical on other topics) focused on the single issue of eliminating the hyphen? For example, the only requirement for joining would be to pledge to not describe oneself (either in conversation or when filling in forms) using the hyphenated convention. Since this doesn’t touch on dangerous topics, it could attract a lot more people, who could then be rallied as a group to support other causes at a later time.

    More worrying to me is popular overestimation of the significance of official “recognition for Palestine”. Libya was officially recognized; that didn’t stop it from being bombed. As far as I am concerned, the only countries that truly recognize Palestine are those willing to supply Palestine with WMDs. Any other kind of “recognition” is worthless.

  3. Ostmann says:

    It is clear that the world is already in an advanced state of Zion.Not only the West is under its monetary/media/political/academic control,but also Russia [which many claim will come to the rescue of Syria and Iran[one can still hope]] since Russia also is abiding by the Basel III Zio banking directives,which tells us who really controls that country [although they have not accumulated excessive debt yet].China is jointed at the hip,economical and financial,to the West/US.I suspect that the geo-political game is just that:A game/theater of X vs. Y with controlled oposition.The divide and manipulate effort also transcends all of society and at its base,the different peoples ethnically/religiously being steered against each other [unfortunately with success].That is one area where the anti-Zionist effort can be put to action.With modest resources concentrating at the area of the current Zionist sponsored attack,Syria/Lebanon, commenting at various sites using the following approach [I am open to suggestions for improvements].First,persons who belive that the politics against Arabia are done for the benefit of Western Whites, reminding them that the West is under zog control and that everyone needs to cooperate and tribalism and islamophobia only serves the zio agenda.Persons who are under the impression that the problem only exist since 1948 and is limited to Arabia need to be reminded that it is a much older fight with various Nations having put up valiant resistance [US 1812,NS Germany and not only Arabs].Phrases used like ZIONAZI,Hitlery need to be defused by reminders that AH/NS Germany fought the same enemy,and that NS IS NOT RACIST as opposed to zionism[As a German I knew this long time ago].The overall idea should be to instill a sense of unity between Arabs and European/Westerners.Comments should be posted in a spirit of cooperation,with a certain amount of sensitivity,taking into account the mental conditioning some are under.A few quotations are always usefull like pointing out what will happen if Zionist complete their project:”..and then we rule them with a ironrod”[Bolshevic Russia/Palestine anyone?]P.S.:I appreciate this fine site and all the effort that went into the research and setting it up.

  4. AS says:

    “[I am open to suggestions for improvements]. First,persons who belive that the politics against Arabia are done for the benefit of Western Whites, reminding them that the West is under zog control and that everyone needs to cooperate and tribalism and islamophobia only serves the zio agenda.”

    First of all, I suggest calling each country by its own name. Talk about Iranians, Iraqis, Syrians, Lebanese, Palestinians, etc., not “Arabs” (if you are referring to Saudi Arabia, use “Saudis”, or if you are referring to UAE, use “Emiratis”). This is very important, as it makes listeners think of these places as actual, individual countries, whereas the term “Arab” is a loaded term designed to draw a line of opposition between “the Arabs” (including countries which don’t even speak Arabic) and everyone else.

    In the same way, the term “the West”/”Western” is another loaded term. Talk positively about Americans, British (or better yet, Scots, Welsh, English), French (and Occitanian), Germans, etc., not “Westerners”. And of course only use the term “white” when ridiculing WNs, never otherwise.

    (The same applies no matter what part of the world we are talking about. I cringe when people (even well-meaning people) refer to “Africans” instead of Libyans, Ethiopians, Eritreans, Ugandans, Nigerians, South Africans, etc..)

    “The overall idea should be to instill a sense of unity between Arabs and European/Westerners.”

    There can be no unity so long as people still think in these old concepts that are designed to divide. We can talk about Christian-Mohammedan unity because this term emphasizes common destiny (anti-Zionism), whereas the terms “Arab” and “Western” emphasize differences.

    Here is an example of enemy propaganda that thrives on the old concepts:

    https://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2013/06/10/dutch-politician-geert-wilders-what-we-need-today-is-zionism-for-the-nations-of-europe/

    This kind of propaganda cannot be defeated until people change the very vocabulary they use to discuss the topic.

  5. Frai says:

    I just wanted to link these two articles regarding the future strategy of Israels energy-supply of gas which is important for the geopolitics of the region.

    http://www.voltairenet.org/article172827.html
    http://forward.com/articles/131317/prospect-of-large-israeli-gas-and-oil-fields-spark/

  6. I love Dune, btw. Both the novels and the game… But Numinous and I were talking about how we should try to come with a “geopolitical map,” as it says in the article,

    “Our interest in geopolitics consists of analyzing the global situation to figure out which regions offer our movement better chances to achieve initial ideological influence (which can then influence other regions), and subsequently outlining what broad lines of action are required if we are to realistically seize these chances.”

    Just a thought.

  7. Sun of the Isles says:

    @AS

    I have chacked out the Geopolitics page of yours, and you stated there that Dugin opposes China. I am, of course, not a fan of Dugin (due to his communist affinity) but where did you get your sources?

    http://katehon.com/article/china-great-game-and-globalism

    If anything, Dugin has no hostility towards China, and his worldview recommends drawing Iran closer to friendship with Russia. What do you make of these?

  8. AS says:

    @SotI

    “Dugin has no hostility towards China”

    Dugin sees the People’s Republic of China, like the United States, as an enormous danger to Russia-Eurasia. “China,” he warns, “is the most dangerous geopolitical neighbor of Russia to the south” and verges on being an American factotum. At several points in his book, Dugin expresses a fear that China might “undertake a desperate thrust into the north—into Kazakhstan and Eastern Siberia.”

    Because of the threat that it represents to Russia’s perceived vital geopolitical interests, China must, to the maximum degree possible, Dugin asserts, be dismantled. “Tibet-Xinjiang-Mongolia-Manchuria,” he writes, “taken together comprise a security belt of Russia.” “Without Xinjiang and Tibet,” he concludes, “the geopolitical breakthrough of China into Kazakhstan and Siberia becomes impossible.”

    https://www.hoover.org/research/russias-new-and-frightening-ism

    “his worldview recommends drawing Iran closer to friendship with Russia. What do you make of these?”

    I recommend strengthening China-Iran relations and US-Iran relations (as well as China-US relations!) to counter this.

  9. Sun of the Isles says:

    @AS

    “I recommend strengthening China-Iran relations and US-Iran relations (as well as China-US relations!) to counter this.”

    Strengthening US-Iran relations?? I can, of course, understand strengthening Tehran-Beijing relations (and, of course, the two countries have been allied for quite a time) but why would Iran want to ally itself with the US? With the current state the US is in, creating relations between the US and Iran would absolutely lead to the democratisation (and subjugation) of the latter! Iran need not the US or Russia.

    I can see parallels between Dugin’s strategy and the usual American neoliberalist strategy.
    Putin allies with Muslims in Iran, Syria, and the Caucasus while backing the anti-Islamic far-right in Europe (hence his Moscow-Berlin axis). Trump, meanwhile, allies with “Muslims” in Saudi Arabia and “Gulf countries” while obviously spewing Islamophobia in his own country. However, I must admit that the former is more crafty, seeing that Trump (and America) are widely cursed all around the world, while Putin’s praise is sang throughout the streets of Damascus.

    Also, I notice you have a positive bias towards the US. Does this stem from the fact that you live there? If anything, I think the US and Russia are as evil as each other. Islamic countries (excluding US puppets such as “Saudi” Arabia etc), socialist countries, and China wouldn’t need the aid of the two powers, and shouldn’t ally with America or Russia, instead unite as a Third-World bloc they should.

  10. Fatih Dion says:

    @Sun of the Isles

    “Also, I notice you have a positive bias towards the US. Does this stem from the fact that you live there? If anything, I think the US and Russia are as evil as each other. Islamic countries (excluding US puppets such as “Saudi” Arabia etc), socialist countries, and China wouldn’t need the aid of the two powers, and shouldn’t ally with America or Russia, instead unite as a Third-World bloc they should.”

    I agree with this, we can not trust every. single. European countries that influenced by Zionist groups and being a nations of oppressor and destroyer since a long time (500 years and now still oppressing trough their backed terrorist group from opposition party that destroying Middle East and Africa (ISIS also exist on North Africa, like in Nigeria, Somalia, and Egypt for example), even Australia we can not trust them, they like to divide us trough make and fund separatist group like Papuan Freedom Movement, and intercept our government

    Better turning Japan, China and South Korea into anti-Zionist, and we will strenghtening relation with African people too like what Gaddafi and Soekarno did in the past (Asia-Africa Conference) so they will not influenced by European countries and Israel that just exploit them, White Hordes of Homo Hubris is the evil of evil after Jews (especially European Jews), even Hitler need to invade them all

  11. AS says:

    @SotI

    “why would Iran want to ally itself with the US?”

    We are betting on the US ceasing to be a Western country in the future.

    “I notice you have a positive bias towards the US.”

    I have faith in JJ, and so should you. You might find this easier after you see his upcoming American nationalist blog. (I am tempted to post the link but I promised to only do so after he tells me it is ready.)

    Again, never forget Operation Deliberate Force:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Deliberate_Force

    Earlier, America also helped take down Apartheid South Africa:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_South_Africa_Movement

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comprehensive_Anti-Apartheid_Act

    Imagine if ALL American foreign policy followed this direction! That is what we are aiming at.

    “Islamic countries (excluding US puppets such as “Saudi” Arabia etc), socialist countries, and China wouldn’t need the aid of the two powers, and shouldn’t ally with America or Russia, instead unite as a Third-World bloc they should.”

    We are betting on the US successfully joining the Third World.

    If you exclude both nuclear superpowers, the Third World bloc would have to build new nukes, which I want to avoid.

  12. Sun of the Isles says:

    @AS

    “We are betting on the US ceasing to be a Western country in the future.”

    What makes you think it is impossible for Russia to abandon Western civilisation in the future and joining the Third World then?

    “Earlier, America also helped take down Apartheid South Africa:”

    Russia has also helped aided many socialist (non-communist) states and struggles before.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yom_Kippur_War
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1969_Libyan_coup_d%27état
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Trikora
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egypt–Russia_relations (note the part about G.A. Nasser in particular)

    “If you exclude both nuclear superpowers, the Third World bloc would have to build new nukes, which I want to avoid.”

    China readily has nukes.

  13. Lucius Rhine says:

    I have a decent (or at least, better than before) sized press team gathered now, as well.

    It will be a fantastic propaganda machine utilizing social media and as JJ suggested, “meme magic.”

  14. AS says:

    @SotI

    “What makes you think it is impossible for Russia to abandon Western civilisation in the future and joining the Third World then?”

    I don’t think it is impossible, but it seems unlikely within the near future.

    “China readily has nukes.”

    China, North Korea and Pakistan combined have fewer nukes than France alone. Your unwarranted complacency will lead to the ending in The Turner Diaries.

    @Lucius

    “It will be a fantastic propaganda machine”

    I very much look forward to seeing it. Please post the link as soon as you are ready. Our enemies never stop working:

    http://m.dw.com/en/far-right-trolls-active-on-social-media-before-german-election-research/a-42667318

    so we have a lot of catching up to do.

  15. Fatih Dion says:

    @Sun of the Isles

    http://www.tzuchi.or.id/ruang-master/kisah-hidup/guru-yang-welas-asih/2

    This organization must spread wide to our country, the owner is positively descendant of Aryan race

    Finally I know why we must Aryanize creature in this cruel nature, for ending oppression

  16. Lucius Rhine says:

    https://www.instagram.com/thorse_media

    Here’s the Instagram page. Trying to get away from “Truther stuff” and more original content at the moment. Still working out kinks with the writers.

  17. Amaleq says:

    @Lucius Rhine:

    I like where you’re going with that IG page, looks good. Good idea I think.

  18. AS says:

    @Lucius

    Thanks and congratulations! Please include this link in your username from now on.

    I strongly dislike the Spencer meme. Firstly, it is dishonest, as the children in the pictures are not actually laughing at him and probably do not even know who he is (especially the younger ones). Secondly and more importantly, it is incompatible with Original Nobility. Children do not laugh at people they dislike, they cry and scream. Children laugh at people they like. Only those who have become deeply cynical learn to laugh at people they dislike.

    The only honourable way to use children in propaganda is to show them spontaneously demonstrating their Original Nobility (such as in the Empathy Not Ethnicty and Veganism Not Violence memes – well done with those two!), not by inserting them into setups that would not occur to themselves, which is blasphemous. (On a related note, children should never be told how to pose for photos unless they themselves request advice.)

    Another issue is that some of the memes are not necessarily leftist. For example, the message of the Mr Smith Effect meme would appeal just as much to rightists, who believe that anti-racists, anti-Islamophobes, etc. are Mr Smith. The same can be said of the Believe Nothing meme. With every meme, you should practice looking at it through rightist eyes: if as a rightist you can still agree with it, it is generally not worth spreading. (There is one other currently posted meme that falls under this category. Can you spot it?)

    As for the Trump-Obama meme, I have nothing against criticizing Obama, but this meme makes Trump appear BETTER by comparison. This is clumsy propaganda. A meme that shows that Obama is bad but that Trump is worse would be acceptable.

    As for the Trump-Sanders meme, remember that our primary criticism of democracy is not because we believe it is subverted, but because we lack confidence in the majority of the electorate itself. Even if there were no puppetmasters behind the candidates, the result would not be improved. Also, it should be “whom” not “who”.

    As for the Culture Not Caste meme, we are NOT all American. Those who claim to be American, but who want to stop others from becoming American, are anti-American.

    Finally, please post leftist pro-firearm memes. None of our other causes will be achieved without firepower.

    Please treat your team like I am treating you here. Every smallest error must be corrected ASAP, as uncorrected errors will multiply.

  19. Coyotl says:

    @AS

    I agree that the Spencer meme is not perfect, but any such imperfect memes targeting rightists are AT LEAST pushing the Overton Window in our favor, I would not criticize any memes at a stage this early. Your criticisms are very well founded though from an ideological perspective. Once the volume picks up, we can be more picky.

    >please post leftist pro-firearm memes
    YES! This is the best thing to push right now, especially as the Alt-Right is beginning to openly advocate violence. Guns, guns guns.

  20. Kirmine says:

    @Lucius Rhine

    In your “Culture, not caste” meme, you wrote “We must divide ourselves more than we already have.” What do you mean?

  21. Sun of the Isles says:

    @AS and Lucius

    I also have an account of Instagram, which I use to propagate National Socialist ideology in my country:

    https://www.instagram.com/ss_division_keris/

    I have quite long not updated this account, but I can re-arm the old boat if needed to.

    “Children do not laugh at people they dislike, they cry and scream.”

    Not true, children do laugh when evil people suffer.

  22. Sun of the Isles says:

    And children also laugh to taunt bad people

  23. AS says:

    @SotI

    Please read my previous comment properly:

    Only those who have become deeply cynical learn to laugh at people they dislike.

  24. Fatih Dion says:

    @Sun of the Isles

    “I also have an account of Instagram, which I use to propagate National Socialist ideology in my country:”

    Dont forget to make a contact to this website owner

    http://realita-ns.blogspot.co.id/

    They also work for spreading our ideology

  25. Sun of the Isles says:

    @FD

    Quickly glancing his website, I think that the owner(s) of the site are fascists, not a National Socialist (anti-individualism, familialism, focus on the State instead of purpose, and seeing the Roman Empire as a model), although referring to themselves as National Socialists.

    Apparently they hold the misconception that Fascism = NS, and that socialism = communism (although, again, reffering to themselves as National Socialists [!!]).

    They are worthful allies anyway. Have you contacted them?

    @AS

    I have encountered many Arab nationalists (most of them Ba’athists, although few of them are sympathetic towards communism) and Iranian nationalists (Khomeinists, not royalists) in Instagram. It seems that between these two camps are a bit of rivalry (in part due to the Iraq-Iran war), but these two are generally allied due to their common enemies: Israel and the West. What do you think of them?

    @Lucius

    Do you know the Polandball / Countryball comics? They are very popular in Instagram.

    http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRIRq85JkFliQ_8Ii8XwMF_oRnbu3CH3eAB2KRmToSUp6mrciO5mg
    (they should’ve replaced Saudiball with Iranball though…)

    You ought to use them in your account!

  26. That website seems Fascist over National Socialist.. Fatih..

  27. William Eastfield says:

    @Kirmine

    “In your “Culture, not caste” meme, you wrote “We must divide ourselves more than we already have.” What do you mean?”

    The lack of the word “NOT” between “must” and “divide” was a brainfart on my end. The mistake has since been fixed.

  28. Coyotl says:

    I take back what I said about waiting for volume before criticizing, there is always room for improvement. But what happened to the IG?

  29. Lucius Rhine says:

    The Instagram is still there.

  30. John Johnson says:

    The Instagram gives me a ‘page not found’ error.

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