Financial Peace

The Sperg Box

Sometimes it’s nice to take a look at things that you, the individual can do. While it’s important to remember the cause that drives you, whether or not that is Nationalism or not, your own self is important to care after. Chances are good that your movement isn’t going to look after you, for you. Either because your movement is a placebo, as is the case with globalism whose appearance of socialism betrays an enabling and parasitic reality… or any of the counter-currents against globalism, whether they be individualism or whatever-ism.

However, I add this as a special note to any Nationalists who might be reading. It is worth investing in your own future. I realise that there is a tendency towards fatalism and nihilism in our cause. But I wish to make this argument: there is no guarantee that you are going to live to see SHTF, ROHOWA or…

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On The Groyper Question

The American Sun

Submitted by the Antigroyper

The history of online subculture has been an exhaustive story. The internet and “meme economy” allows people to exploit asymmetries in entertainment, culture and information sharing by bypassing traditional market models. Everyone that has researched online subculture knows the saga that is “Pepe the frog” the frog comic character created by Matt Furie. An aesthetic derivative of Pepe, the rotund “Groyper” that sits with his fingers interlocked supporting his chin has seen the spotlight in the past few years.

I was involved with the meme’s original rise to fame and have exclusive sources and screencaps from the original community. So to the on the clock journalists and federal employess that are interested in how cool of a meme this is, or pedestrian reader alike, here’s the story. The meme has been around since in 2016 originating on the /V/ board of 4chan The first known Twitter…

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