The Charlottesville Experience: Thoughts and Commentary

Words by @NYC_Shitlord Who Attended the Charlottesville Rally

Unite The Right DS

It’s been a quite a long time since I’ve posted something big but the last 3 days were quite an adventure. Unite The Right (UTR) was the motivation I needed to kick off old habits and grow into a better man for our people. So without further ado, let’s get right into it.

  • Lee Park:  Two close friends, another goy and I hopped into a taxi to get to Charlottesville. We got there an hour late and the place looked like a war zone. We passed through a whole band of leftists and /ourguys/, who were armed with shields let us through. When we got into the park it wasn’t like my group expected…

It was a mess going through the park with most of us not really knowing where the leadership was. We saw Cantwell trying to recover from a mace attack.  Riot cops told us that it was unlawful to stand on the park grounds so we ended up following the crowd. We were forced to leave. When we started moving the leftists started their usual shenanigans as we moved through the city to McIntyre park.

This was the start of most people getting lost and splitting into tinier groups without any coordination. There was some good banter and friendly faces both old and new as we made our way to the other park (as well as when we took a break with The Vanguard). When we arrived at our destination, most people were pretty tuckered out. The Vanguard goys in particular were as they were protecting people from leftists groups trying to pick us off.

After a while with most of the speakers gone save for Mike Enoch, Dr. David Duke, Azz, and few others we decided to hitch a ride with The Vanguard to chat and watch the news of the event. We appreciated the hospitality and protection they provided but we had to get our car(we parked it far away from the city). Afterwards we rested up, dropped of a friend and then hiking in a National Park. We got a lot done in two hours and so we decided to drive home back to Jew York.

  • The Good: This was an event that made history, but more importantly we made new friends and had a few reunions. The opportunity to stand side by side with our own race was 100% worth it. No pretty squabbles, personal grudges or infighting got in the way.
  • The Bad: The Whole event lacked any organization and most of the speakers never really has their chance to even say anything until much later in the day with all the chaos unfolding. It felt rushed, it needed more pre-planing. The cops, National Guard, and Antifa caused all sorts of trouble for our guys.
  • The Ugly: Some jackass with no scruples ended up driving a Dodge Charger through some leftists and a helicopter crashed within the area, it was a total shitshow. (Editor’s Note: The Driver of the Dodge Charger is suspected to be half Jewish. That driver is also ugly looking. If you’re going to have a mischling don’t take an ugly mischling).

Summary: UTR was a mixed bag but we won by showing that the government will shut down a peaceful assembly with violence just to shut us up. It felt like my litmus test to show I have the will to stand by my own without fear. To put the past, the drama, and ideological differences aside to forge a future for our people. And I went on a quite a hike scaling the rocks for a amazing view of the countryside.

Expanded Guide to Making Music From the Google Hip Hop Doodle

Yesterday August 11, 2017 Google had a Google Doodle with a game that showed the basics of mixing a beat with turntables. It was somewhat informative. If you are feeling creative, you could do the same thing mixing samples. You could do it in a different style… the Alt Right does need more media. We can’t relyon three or four Fashwave artists as we go forward.

Fashed Assemby 1

Sampling and using a drum track should not be a problem in terms of copyright issues. There are a lot of drummers showing off or vlogging lessons. Get your drum track from them.Finding someone with a kit that sounds good or to your liking and a drummer that can play well live micced up well.

To me, the biggest issue is coming up with the sound. What makes things even more difficult in mixing a track is that no more than two or three notes so they can be legally be ripped from an existing song. I think the guys who really made it big have had the patience and the talent for putting songs together in this manner.

I have Audacity which while feature rich is still missing a lot of features that would make the process a lot easier. This is where a midi keyboard and MPC would be clutch.

The two other basics you’ll need to know is how to change the time signatures if need be and the ability to loop.I’m excited to try this out. It’s kind of the next step in making the most of the program. Just be advised, the process while technically pretty easy, it is tedious find the sounds. Think outide the box though.

The head nigger in charge of doing this from turntables and breaking beats is DJ Premire.

Here is a basic track that includes some experimental noise.

You can definitely make some funky shit with this sampling the whole spectrum of White Music.

Scrapping: There be Some Treasure in Them Streets

Everyone living in the right states knows about deposit bottles and many people have probably seen people collecting them. In my area, I’m right on the line with the barrio, some nights there can be more than one guy with a shopping per block. It’s dirty and those out there doing it must find it a shameful thing. Most wait until the cover of night to do it.

If you’re going through cases of water or soda, it’s probably a good thing to rinse your containers out and put them on the side. For every 20 you bring back, you’ll get a dollar. Those Mexicans don’t get your dollar either.

Returning your own deposit bottles is just getting your money back.

If you have and own a Pickup, SUV or Hatchback, you can actually make some money picking up stuff like washing machines. This morning I picked up a washing machine and a microwave without driving a quarter mile. If they’re 200lbs, they’re worth $8. With that and tooling around my neighborhood very close to my house, I picked up another $18 worth of the same kind of junk steel on Thursday.

So, without trying last week, I made $26 dollars. A few years ago, when the economy was coming out of The Great Recession, prices for junk steel was double. The prices for all other scrap metal was more too.

If you start getting down on this get down, aluminum is another thing that people will be putting out soon. You should see a lot of lawn chairs etc. Aluminum is worth 35 cents/lb here.

Copper and brass are the most rare of the street metals. Copper is worth about $1.80/lb right now and brass $1.20/lb. Air Conditioners are good too. Small modern ones can just be turned in for like $5. You might want to take apart the big ones which involves cutting the Freon line and creating a big Freon cloud. An A/C that is 100lbs is worth way more than $5 though.

Motors, lead and car and marine batteries are all worth money too.

This is obviously not for everybody and if you live with your parents, I doubt they’d want you setting up a workshop and storing metal… for however long.

Back when the prices were good and I was more interested in this, it wasn’t hard to make $3500 or more for the season. I could pay my car insurance and have $1500 to play with.

The Cryptocurrency Learning Curve: A Beginner’s Story

Bitcoin, Bytecoin, Litecoin, Etherum, Monero, Dashcoin

I have been trying to mine now since around the first of July. I had toyed with the idea before and looking back, despite this story, I should have started at least a year ago when I bought this computer.

I got a Best Buy ASUS exclusive. It had the newest i7 processor at the time and an I guess, mid-range NVIDIA Geoforce GPU. The GPU is a 940mx. I’ve seen it get up to 150 K/h per second so, I’ll assume it’s a 2GB. Admittedly, that is not a lot of processing power right now. If you figure a 6 or 4GB card was a lot last year, I guess it’s not too bad.

I’m not sure where I found it but, my first experiment with mining was with Bitcoin. I found an official Microsoft App that will mine with whatever the resources you have. It’s called simply Bitcoin Miner. At a low rate just using my CPU, the program mines at a rate of 3-5 K/h per second. If I let the program run 24 hours a day, I think I’d mine around 1000 Satoshis/day. The program requires you to reach 5100 Satoshis before you can cash out. Today that’s worth just shy of 14 cents.

I realized that I would be making very little money pretty quickly. In the back of my head though, I had the idea that I was going to buy some ASICs from Amazon and a Raspberry Pi. I went ahead and ran the numbers. What I found out is that even if I bought four brand new, newly released ASICS Cards, I still wouldn’t make any money. In fact, I’d lose money and never even recover my investment.

Those big boxes like AntMiner makes are out of my price range; the ones that won’t be obsolete by next year is out of my price range. Looking through Amazon and eBay though, people are still buying ASIC cards that only do a very small percentage of what is needed, cards that are essentially worthless.

So undeterred, I moved on. Surfing Youtube, I found out about NiceHash. It wouldn’t work for me but, I did find a coin I figured I could mine with my existing computer and with a cheap enough rig, Monero. I surmise that it’s not the most glamorous coin and before I invest anything, I will read about it and analyze it. I spent a day or three going through all sorts of programs. All of them kept turning off. I am unsure why.

I think a big part of the problem could be that I don’t know how to program the .bat files etc. It might not be though because I can’t keep Minergate from turning off.

Right now, I have a service ticket in with Minergate. I have also mined about .65 cents worth of coin since the beginning of July.

Wish Me Luck

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