Neoreactionary Miracles on Ice

Is this even actually Antarctica? Who cares... you get the idea.

Is this even actually Antarctica? Who cares… you get the idea.

“We should deport all racists to Antarctica!” It’s a novel idea, one which I frequently see being floated by social justice howlers that think they’re being clever. Yet, rather than cringing in horror at the prospect of being banished to a life of ice piratry with my fellow blue eyed, diversity contract holdouts, my immediate thoughts are more along the lines of “Cool beans! When does the next ferry leave? You’re seriously not going to follow us this time? C’mon, don’t tease me, bro.” 

Sorry to break the news to anti-white, political correctness enthusiasts, but a great many European descendants are so sick and tired of ethnomasochism, cultural marxism, and miscellaneous SJW crap that they would be highly receptive to the suggestion of forming a remote colony at the South Pole. I love the idea, personally.

What kind of people would want to live in Antarctica, anyway?

Among the inhabitants occupying the outer rings of conspiracy kook circles, it is believed that Hitler and other high profile Nazis  managed to escape to an underground Antarctic fortress at the conclusion of World War II. It has even been claimed that several years later there was a secret war in Antarctica to exterminate the remaining German forces as part of Operation HighJump ,which finally ended when the allies destroyed the Nazi’s base with a nuke in the 1950s. Do you actually believe any of this shit? Me neither.

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Some even go as far as to speculate that Nazis are still living there, have obtained advanced UFO technology, and are plotting at this very moment to take over the world. There is about as much credible evidence of any of these events taking place as there is of Elvis being still alive and working as a bounty hunter.

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Elvis, alive and well and working as a Sanctioned Op defending the Deep South in Jack Yeovil’s “Dark Future”

Okay, Iet’s divert back from digression for a moment. What SJWs never seem to understand is that regardless of whether or not the environment is great, it’s the people that make or break the place. It is for this same reason, groups flee from resource rich countries with optimal weather, such as Nigeria, preferring to chisel their way into freezertopias like Sweden and Iceland.

When would-be romantic pioneers or even pie in the sky, daydream believers look at Antarctica, they see visions of extravagant ice palaces, the drawbridges of which lead to a techno futuristic viking paradise. When unimaginative PC reptilians salivate at the prospect of exiling thought criminals to that giant frozen landmass in the antarctic circle, all they can envision are a bunch of douchebags they disagree with, huddled together, shivering their privileged, flat white asses off.

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So what exactly would an ideal civilization on Antarctica look like? Given the harsh outside conditions, my guess is that it would have to resemble something like the City of Domes in Logan’s Run(which is not to insinuate that it must aesthetically double for a 1970s shopping mall in Dallas, Texas.) However, it should more practically make use of any existing caverns and underground tunnels, modifying and expanding them structurally into a cohesive living space. The end result being an icily enveloped labyrinth, a large scale version of the hydroponic research station in Saturn 3.

While not quite approaching the uninhabitable frigidity of the cryogenic moons of Saturn… by any human’s definition, Antarctica is still colder than shitballs. This isn’t Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island  where one can survive by hunting giant mutant crabs and camping out on the beach. It’s not The Blue Lagoon, Lord of The Flies, Swiss Family Robinson or even Gilligan’s Island. Without adequate electricity and heat, everyone pretty much just dies right away. Luckily, scientific outposts have already shown us the way in this regard. We can utilize diesel generators,  solar and wind power as primary sources of energy for the colony initially, with a long term goal of building a geothermal and/or nuclear power plant(more on this later.)

From Knockout Game Escape Sanctuary To World Domination Headquarters

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The gun on Ice Planet Zero, a sophisticated laser cannon which nearly destroyed the Galactica

Any remotely peaceful and advanced civilization that is predominantly made up of people of European ancestry, will eventually have hordes from the third world trying to get in on the action. So it’s important that our ice colony maintain substantial defense systems. It’s necessary for us to keep these people out, since if we allow them to live among us, the temptation to exploit them would be too great. It’s is a naturally occurring, genetic characteristic of being “white,”(call it the “blaxploitation” gene) which we must be forever conscious of when dealing with others.

Like Afghanistan, the mountains and cavernous regions of Antarctica have built in protective features, but without developing highly advanced technology like force fields and mounted laser cannons, a city of several hundred or a few thousand colonists would not be able to repel any serious military assault or UN approved, forced diversity invasion. So called “neo-nazis” aren’t Palestinians either. Transnational corporations and global institutions have little concern for white children, especially those conceived by parents who don’t hate themselves. Human shields are a tacky defense mechanism anyway, the equivalent of kicking a field goal instead of going for it on 4th down in John Madden Football ’93, but a white human shield is merely a “two for the price of one” coupon at the genocide buffet. Bottom line, military tech research must be pursued aggressively, and if this research is primarily directed toward large scale heat generation, we would potentially have a powerful secret weapon at our disposal:

According to Wikipedia:

Antarctica contains 90% of the world’s ice and more than 70% of its freshwater. If all the land-ice covering Antarctica were to melt — around 30 million cubic kilometres of ice — the seas would rise by over 60 metres.

That’s right. All we have to do is threaten to melt a hunk of that sucker, and we could hold the entire world hostage unless they meet our demands. Maybe we can even flood a few insignificant island countries like Haiti or Tuvalu as a demonstration(in the spirit of the G.A.L.A.X.Y. organization) so that everyone will know we mean business. Mwahaha.

How’s that for irony? Banish Saltine-Americans to a harsh existence in Antarctica for demanding their borders not be flooded with third world populations, only to have them end up melting the place into a weapon to flood your bordersIt gets better though, Antarctica has a high enough elevation in most parts so that we could withstand the effects of our own attacks.

Are you starting to warm up to the idea of colonizing Antarctica yet? Are your nipples already getting prematurely hard in anticipation of the cold? Mine, too. Unfortunately, there are some ginormous glaciers in the path of making this Titanic bon voyage. In other words, there are a couple of major obstacles in the way of us doing anything on Antarctica, many more than a couple actually, but the ones I’m going to mention are such showstoppers that they render the others largely moot.

1. Despite their gleeful demeanor when suggesting people they disagree with should move to Antarctica, social justice warriors would in fact, never allow it. Environmentalists don’t care when they import millions of poor people who drive gas guzzling jalopies and pollute the environment, but if they wouldn’t even permit oil drilling in the Alaskan Wildlife Refuge, do you really believe they’re going to let people whom they perceive to be “neo nazis” put up condos on Antarctica and build power plants there? Get real.

2.  Any important future civilization should be heavily invested in space travel as a means of advancing the interests, survivability and knowledge of man.

The challenge of the spaces between the worlds is a stupendous one; but, if we fail to meet it, the story of our race will be drawing to a close. Humanity will have turned its back upon the still untrodden heights and will be descending the long slope that stretches, across a thousand million years of time, down to the shores of the primeval sea. — Arthur C. Clarke

Well, there are few worse places for setting up a space station than the South Pole. Think about it. Even in the ideal climate of Florida, NASA will abort a launch at Cape Canaveral if there is so much as a mild breeze in the air. I can’t imagine that the Ice Planet Zerolike weather conditions of Antarctica would provide a suitable environment for sending spaceships and satellites into orbit. It’s a no go. The only way I could see us overcoming this problem would involve nesting the space station and launch facility within the interior of a hollowed out volcano, like Blofeld’s impressive Japanese base in You Only Live Twice. Does anyone still have access to the blueprints for that thing?

3. The Antarctic Treaty System. This is the big one, and for our purposes, it bites the big one. Since 1961, Antarctica has been governed by a treaty which essentially limits it to being used for scientific research purposes only, states that land there cannot be claimed or colonized, and explicitly forbids any non research oriented military activity there. Read it and weep:

No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting , supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica or create any rights of sovereignty in Antarctica. No new claim, or enlargement of an existing claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica shall be asserted while the present Treaty is in force.

I’m going to go out on a limb and say that it’s highly unlikely that signatory countries involved or any of the scientists currently holed up in research stations there would be cool with us creating a  futuristic, ethnonationalist enclave there. If that’s not a boner killer, I don’t know what is. That being said, I’m still optimistic that even this obstacle can be overcome. Perhaps some of those countries can be bribed, if we can manage to get someone wealthy like Peter Thiel on board. Russia did sell us Alaska after all.

Despite the light-hearted tone of this essay, the idea of escaping a world which no longer values our historical contributions and that has become increasingly hostile to our mere presence, is a real one. The concept of building new civilizations in seemingly uninhabitable far away lands remains a serious proposition. Whether it’s condos on the moon, pyramids on Mars, or golden igloos in the hills of Antarctica, we will find a way to end up somewhere other than the gulag. For those who would be happy to see us go, be careful what you wish for. And to all my creative friends and allies who long to have bizarre celebrations and secure a future for civilized children… 

This dream is for you, so pay the price. Make one dream come true, you know it’s on ice.

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  4. icareviews · February 15, 2015

    Reblogged this on icareviews and commented:
    B.W. Rabbit envisions the white conquest of Antarctica, using movies to illustrate his various musings. He mentions the zany theory that Nazis escaped and built a secret complex on Antarctica, a scenario that was actually made into a goofy low-budget movie, Nazis at the Center of the Earth (2012):

    https://icareviews.wordpress.com/2013/03/18/nazis-at-the-center-of-the-earth/

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    • B.W. Rabbit · February 15, 2015

      Man, I was unfortunate enough to rent that “Nazis at The Center of The Earth Movie” from a RedBox a couple years ago. I thought it might be entertaining since it at least featured Dominique Swain and Jake Busey, but it turned out to be another “shot on video” piece of crap. They really don’t make any movies as good as they used to…even bad ones.

      For a much more fun low budget “hollow earth” film, I recommend “At The Earth’s Core”(1976) starring Doug McClure and Peter Cushing. It’s based on the novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Not a masterpiece of a movie by any stretch but strangely likable.

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  5. Thordeus Plikt · February 15, 2015

    It’s indeed an interesting thought. It would be rough, but I feel like I’m slowly dying here in the safe & developed world with the self-destructive policies of our elites. So even if it would mean a shorter & harder life, it might be a trade off I’m willing to make.

    If not Antarctica for some reason or another, how about Siberia? It’s quite populated compared to Antarctica, but considering the mind-bogglingly vast spaces…

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    • B.W. Rabbit · February 15, 2015

      I’m not really set on any particular place. I just want to get people back into the pioneering spirit. Also, while the prospect of colonizing a place like Antarctica may seem totally unrealistic….I think that trying to takeover or revolutionize parts of existing Western countries and transforming them into becoming monarchies or other systems would be even more unlikely to succeed. There are just too many institutional road blocks, and hundreds of millions of people who would try to prevent or reverse it every step of the way. Rather than deal with them, I’d rather just recruit 5 or 10 thousand like-minded people and build something new, far away.

      I like the idea of colonizing space also, but Antarctica has the advantage of you know…having water, a breathable atmosphere, protection from radiation, ample gravity and all that fun stuff we take for granted. People can make fun of the idea all they want. The fact that it’s so challenging an endeavor is a big part of the appeal it has for me.

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  7. Some guy · February 21, 2015

    Space craft are easier to launch from the Equator.

    There are undersea mountains near Kiribati, that are outside of its territorial waters: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Kiribati/@1.8709185,-157.3626011,1210441m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x65647c91c2028703:0x84327d040152c307

    NRx could turn them into new islands to use as bases, China style: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2014-06-10/china-using-dubai-style-fake-islands-to-reshape-south-china-sea

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    • B.W. Rabbit · February 28, 2015

      You’re totally on my wavelength. There also has to be some deserted or uninhabited islands still around. Why can’t we just buy them?(aside from the fact we don’t have billionaires backing us)

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      • Thordeus Plikt · February 28, 2015

        Well, besides needing space (so preferably a large island in that case), we’d need an area with resources. food (ability to grow it and hunt it), potentially drinkable water, wood for building etc.

        It won’t do with just any island. Some places are uninhabited (or almost uninhabited) for good reasons.

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      • B.W. Rabbit · March 2, 2015

        For water, there’s always desalination. For food, there’s fishing. I agree though that many islands are a poor choice, mainly due to potential for flooding from rising sea levels and nasty tropical storms which tend to wipe tons of stuff out when they come through.

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  9. ascomanni · May 21, 2015

    I somewhat fear floating this idea because I don’t want to let the cat out of the bag so to speak but I’ve recently been investigating Baffin Island. It’s between Greenland and mainland Canada. It looks about the size of Britain and there’s only about 11,000 people living there. In about 30 years when the earth has warmed up a bit I’m thinking that’s a nice place to set up the nation

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