Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Artifice of Fatherhood

James, recently you recounted your experiences of being targeted for aggression based on your female company in Amping up the Race Hate. You state there, as you have before, that were it not for "the artifice of being a father," you would be making headlines as an example of the need for knife and stick control, to stop heterosexual white men from murdering innocent youths (I am paraphrasing).

James, I think you are not being quite fair to yourself here, in light of your role as a father, and the importance of the father in the family and in society. This recalls our discussion on matriarchy and patriarchy, because what most alt-right people mean by patriarchy is a society where paternal investment in their offspring is high. By and large, you don't get high investment from men without ensuring paternal certainty, and this is where oppression of women comes into the picture (don't shoot me, I am just the messenger).

Fatherhood is not an artifice, in fact, it might be the essence of humanity. First, in the basic Darwinian sense, if you don't have descendants, you may as well have never existed. Second, and more importantly, paternal investment in young is rather rare in the natural world and varies greatly among human societies. Long story short, more paternal investment is better.

James, our families are the first line of defense against alienation. Your sons stand between you and the world burnt to a cinder, but they also stand between you and a totally unmoored and atomized existence, short though it may be. Thank them for me.

-Lynn

Lynn, in the strictest sense I believe father hood is artifice, social artifice. In this materialistic world where art and artifice have been turned into baubles, masks, lies, moral straightjackets, etc., we may think of artifice as bad, as it so often is, but fatherhood, and the entire suite of psychological disciplines that make up successful human societies are social adaptations to a very primal fact.

When we become adults we have two opposite experiences: A woman is transformed into a life giver.

What does a boy transform into?

The boy becomes a lethal version of his former self, a person typically possessing the ability to take life in a way previously barred to him. A typical man, or vigorous youth, has the ability to kill, children, women and the elderly with his bare hands.

This is an event of potentially catastrophic outcome for the tribe. If these youth are not taken away from the vulnerable portion of the population and indoctrinated into a moral order then humanity gets what civilization has given it, a social substrata of savage, feral youth who have emerged in the absence of the fathering process and the process of masculine tribal societies, which have been replaced by naked proxy force, replaced by the police state, which teaches its own brutal lesson.

Fatherhood, manhood, warriorhood, these are all socially generated artifice. Manhood is much less instinctual than womanhood and more sensitive to materialistic artifice. Such mechanisms as states supersede fatherhood--often with mothering constructs [alternative artifice]--and cast male youth into a savage incubator of feral minds, incapable of surviving in a traditional natural band, in a traditional tribal context or in highly evolved masculine societies who were once the core of social stability for both tribes and nation states. However, once the nation uncoupled from the state, masculine societies had to be jettisoned, for they would produce an organic--superior--social artifice in the form of manhood, rather than an employee, a debtor or a voter.

(c) 2017 James LaFond & Lynn Lockhart

The Consultant by James LaFond

Bart Davidson is a secret curmudgeon, a college professor of a politically correct age who must put aside his academic standards and cultural sensibilities to appease the lowest common denominator. When that denominator divides Bart from his body, he embarks upon an odyssey of haunting self- discovery. Bart’s brain is preserved in the interest of science, along with two others, so that scientists of some more capable future might develop the means of reviving them, and at least recover their information. The Consultant is the weirdly allegorical tale of three damaged brains and the desperate people who seek to open a hopeful dialogue with the victims and last survivors of a rapidly degenerating society.

Available in paperback.

Reverent Chandler by James LaFond

Special note: Reverent Chandler is the book that hooked your humble intern, Lynn Lockhart.

The last warband of the Nord Clans has descended the Mud River for the Final Cull. But they alone gather at the Place Reverent. The Sark Clans have failed to glide downriver from the rocky west. The Cumber Clans have not come stalking out of the forested east. Only the enemy, foul, arrogant and teeming, have arrived at the Place Reverent, leaving not a man, woman or child alive. Only Reverent Chandler survives, maimed and staked by the Papas, the last seer of the Nords south of Broodhome, to where he must be conveyed in haste to speak with Reverent Arbor, last of his pondering line. As winter falls, and the remorseless ice-choked current bedevils them, the last warriors of their kind must ascend the accursed river of their foes, one final time, where once, in the time of their fathers, the first warriors of their kind had descended in triumph.

Available in paperback and Kindle edition.

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Riding the Nightmare by James LaFond

Luther receives a mysterious text on his phone, and his life begins unraveling. Can he halt his own spontaneous devolution? Ben has a good job, a great boss, and an even better wife. Then he cracks open a fortune cookie which contains a chilling message.

Wake From Your Dream Place

The Devolution of Luther Watts (Novelette)

A teacher receives a mysterious text on his phone, and his life begins unraveling. Can he halt his own spontaneous devolution?

If It Seems Fates Are Against You

The Doom of Benjamin Long (Short story)

Ben has a good job, a great boss, and an even better wife. Then he cracks open a fortune cookie which contains a chilling message.

Available in PDF from the James LaFond site store.

Friday, June 23, 2017

God of War by James LaFond

The Deconstruction of Yule Alpha 7
He is a purpose-built time-jumper; a genetic reclamation asset created to kill primitive men, impregnate viable women, and abduct the most valuable children. Despite his origins he possesses human feelings, has absorbed certain ethics from those he had been designed to hunt, and has suffered a critical malfunction…

Yule Alpha 7 is a product of Mothercorp cast into the past a mere four years ago. After decades of cultural immersion with the target population he was designed to cull, his operational protocols have faltered. He has only a vague notion of his origins, but has none-the-less returned to his root timeframe intent on avenging himself against his own collective parent for the crime of having created him.

God of War takes place in the World of Organa—a one-way trip into a 24th Century corporate Valhalla as seen through the eyes of a genetically engineered person failing to come to terms with his origins. This brutal story postulates a scientific origin for at least one pagan god, and explores the question of military genetics, through the eyes of a conflicted man-hunter. Yule Alpha 7 is both doomed and damned, and has no higher aim than exacting a price from his evil creators.

Warning: extreme violence, brutality, and sexual situations

Available in PDF from the James LaFond site store.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Soter's Way by James LaFond

Archie Jones is the best janitorial engineer on Planet Earth. But could there be more to life than occupational perfection?

Archie Jones has a good life. His boss, the benevolent Mister Flynn, thinks so highly of him that there has been talk among his coworkers of Archie being entered in the inaugural running of the Janitorial Olympics. Not only does Archie have the best job imaginable he lives in the four-story house left by his dear departed parents, which he shares with five fastidious roommates. However, there is something troubling about the man who lives in the attic. When his other roommates find themselves in danger, it ultimately falls to Archie to seek the aid of the mysterious man who has never left his room.

Available at the James LaFond site store and in the anthology, Rise.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Equidistant Drowning Babies by James LaFond

What is it like to be hated, feared and hunted by your fellow citizens?

What is it like to be a working class white pedestrian in the most violent majority black city in America?

What is the answer to Whigger LeBron’s parable of the Equidistant Drowning Babies?

The answers to these and other questions concerning the life of the endangered Urban White Ape are answered within by crackpot indie author and virulent race traitor, James LaFond.

Available in paperback and Kindle edition at Amazon.