Roissy or Steve Sailer?

Onesdtv asks the question today Who is more important in disseminating the core concepts of HBD: Steve Sailer or Roissy?  Good question.

I have to say it is Roissy.  While it’s absolutely vital for the science to be reported, the one thing ideas on the Right have always had trouble with is conveying those ideas to regular people in a cool, interesting, fun way–without that NO amount of truth on your side will matter. 

Look how the entire history of the Media in the 20th century was an exercise in Leftist/Altruist propaganda.  Without such a mechanism for delivery the memeplex of HBD hasn’t got a shot at penetrating the haze of social constructivist pop psychology and Feminism that inform the Worldviews of most anyone who has gone through our modern schools.

I came to Roissy via the Steve-o-sphere originally.  I don’t remember what linked to him, but my daily must-read blogs were all those from his blogroll–GNXP, Half Sigma, Udolpho, Mencius Moldbug, etc.  The comments section at Roissy has attracted minds from all over the blogosphere–some are more concerned with HBD and lurking around to strike when race and IQ are brought up (guilty!), others are there just to learn how to meet girls more easily or meet a better class of girls–the intersection of these populations is vital because any revolution that overthrows Feminism/Leftism/Altruism/Compassionate “Conservatism” will come from the young MEN of this world and no one else.

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3 Responses to Roissy or Steve Sailer?

  1. theobsidianfiles says:

    Hi Dana,
    Yea, I too saw that post. Good question, and from what we can tell at present, I too would have to give the nod to Roissy. However, given all the other blogging names you’ve mentioned, along with your freely admitted observation of the difficulty of Conservatives and especially HBDers have in getting their message accross to a wider audience in comparison to the Left in the media and academia, a rather uncomfortable question arises:

    Could it be because those on the Right are, on average, simply less intelligent than those on the Left?

    After all, as we all know, the Left dominates all the areas of human endeavor that matter in our time, including the media, academia and entertainment. Merely complainin about “liberal media bias” is one thing, but why does it ever occur to the Right to come up with their own networks? Now, to be sure, Fox News and Rush Limbaugh are important and notable forces in this regard, but they stand as notable exceptions when put up against the whole of the media in general. And for all the putative brainpower that rests on the Right, why has there never been a solidly Conservative alternative to the Ivy League? Apparently, BYU isn’t good enough for the likes of Half Sigma and OneSTDV. I’d love to know what you think of that august institution, though.

    Evolutionary Psychologist Satoshi Kanazawaa, of the London School of Economics and frequent contributor to Psychology Today, makes the case that Liberals are more intelligent than Conservatives in aggregate, and thus explains why they tend to dominate the media, entertainment and academia. It wouldn’t surprise me one bit if you disagreed with this position. If so, I say one thin in response:

    Why can’t the Right do the same thing?

    I’m just sayin.

    Holla back

    O.

  2. dana says:

    welcome obsidian

    if i ever have time to respond to your many posts i will. i would suggest you not attempt to wholly takeover my blog as you have done to so many others. you will get similar results.

  3. BobW says:

    Smart people tend to make bigger and better mistakes. When they dabble outside their own fields, they tend to overestimate their competence.

    There are two kinds of people in the world. Those who think that life is a zero-sum game, and those who know better. Unfortunately, many in the first group are attracted to politics.

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