Mulatto Perm AmericaRobert Hampton
A rap festival ended in death last week. Eight people were fatally trampled and dozens more injured at “Astroworld,” a concert hosted by popular rapper Travis Scott. Videos of the chaos went viral on the internet, showing lifeless bodies being carted off while Scott carries on with the show.
TW// Dead Body
Travis Scott is weird and disgusting for watching ppl point to a dead body and kept going with his show. pic.twitter.com/FEjPrNDxUt
— BeyNika #1 Stan⁴ ᴺᴹ #RIPCD🕊 (@YonceBarbie_) November 6, 2021
Like any mass casualty event, it’s inspired a wealth of opinions on what it means. A favorite take is that the concert was some kind of Satanic ritual intentionally orchestrated to kill people. The evidence is that the show used some creepy visuals of eyes and a floating hand. This is proof that an occult ritual was afoot and that Travis Scott had conjured up demonic spirits to terrorize his crowd.
This makes for a fascinating story, but there’s probably a less devilish explanation. Namely, the concert was the pinnacle of Mulatto Perm America, and the mayhem was inevitable. You may ask, what the hell is Mulatto Perm America? The mulatto perm refers to a popular hairstyle worn by zoomers. It has since become a meme on the Right, with various versions of Pepe, Gigachad, Wojak, and Soyjak sporting the ‘do.
Videos of Astroworld show that this hairstyle is no meme. In some images, it appears that every male in the crowd has this perm. What makes it the mulatto perm is it helps to render its wearers racially ambiguous. You can’t tell what race a person is with it, except that they’re not really white. Its popularity indicates the prevalent racial mixing among the youth, both culturally and biologically. It’s estimated that roughly 10% of Americans count as “multiracial,” with the highest figures being among zoomers and the following generation.
FANS STORM GATES AT ASTROWORLD!
An Isiah Factor crew had just gotten inside the gate at @astroworldfest when a mob of fans stampeded through the VIP entrance. They trampled each other, gates, security guards, and even tore down metal detectors. #astroworldfest pic.twitter.com/7ujC7voTow
— Isiah Factor Uncensored (@isiahfactor) November 6, 2021
Travis Scott embodies this himself. He’s married to Kylie Jenner, a member of the Kardashian clan, and has mixed-race children with her. The Kardashians are royalty in Mulatto Perm America. Each member would count as white in the census, with the Jenner children being fully white under any standard. Yet, all of the Kardashians adopt black mannerisms, tan their skin to the point of racial ambiguity, and get plastic surgery to make themselves look “beyond white.” Most of them also date black men and have mixed-race children. This is the ideal for young women in multiracial America.
Unlike rap concerts in the past, it’s hard to say that the crowd at Astroworld was predominately black. “Mixed” is the better word. Crowd shots depict the America liberals dream of: whites are a minority and the majority is some shade of brown. Scott’s music holds wide appeal outside of traditional rap consumers. He’s part of the mumble rap genre, which incorporates pop hooks, vocal filters, laid back soundscapes, and moody lyrics. It’s not gangsta rap and it’s the opposite of hard. It’s very appealing to middle-class white listeners. Like the crowd, it’s a mix of things.
There are several theories as to why mayhem broke out. The most obvious is that there were too many people in attendance after hundreds of fans crashed through a gate, adding to an already packed crowd. There are also allegations of widespread drug use, including an outlandish claim that someone kept sticking a syringe into spectators. Most likely there was a lot of drug use at the concert.
The crowds weren’t exactly eager to help those crushed, either. Fans who warned about the danger were cursed at. Blacks climbed up on the stretchers and ambulances and danced on them, refusing to get off in spite of first responders’ pleas.
The best explanation for the death and chaos is to blame the kind of people who would go to a Travis Scott concert. They’ll knock over a gate, ignore other people’s safety, disobey emergency responders, do drugs, and take zero precautions to ensure their own well-being. For their part, Scott and the concert’s organizers are also responsible for poor security and crowd management. Scott continued to perform, despite the dead bodies being pulled from the audience — but his behavior was likely the result of him being an arrogant black rapper rather than an occultist.
Many on the Right seem to favor far-out explanations for typical Kwa behavior. A multiracial event filled with the drugged out dregs of zoomer society managed to trample each other as they listened to Travis Scott’s terrible music. There’s not much more to it than that. The occult explanation imagines that the crowd were innocent little angels who were corrupted by a demonic rapper. In fact, the crowd is just like Scott and his family. They’re one and the same and they both bear responsibility for what happened. You don’t need the dark arts to explain it.
The vaguely occult symbolism was likely an accident. Scott probably asked the visual artists who designed the show to create a “far out” and “trippy” experience. The artists cribbed from various sources to produce a show that was ultimately meaningless and shallow, but enough to convince observers that something more nefarious was at work. The show was just a testament to the vapid nature of pop culture. The symbols mean nothing more than a “cool” visual display.
The real horror wasn’t the creepy eyes or anything flashed on stage. It was the vision of America’s future. Astroworld is the ideal world our elites want for us. We will all look racially ambiguous, sport mulatto perms, and listen to poppy rap music. All hues and colors will come together for events with terrible aesthetics and music. Aren’t you entertained, American?
There’s no need to explain an ordinary type of horror by resorting to the supernatural. Astroworld looks and feels like the future of America. Maybe there were some dark forces beyond our imagination involved in this. But that shouldn’t distract us from the obvious: This is what our country looks like thanks to mass immigration and worship of blacks. Demons need not be involved for that to terrify us.
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‘The show was just a testament to the vapid nature of pop culture.’
And the occult conspiracy theories regarding the show are a testament to the juvenile and hapless nature of the culture of the Right.
“The Right” isn’t a monolith. As I keep trying to stress, the very term is unquantifiable. Not everyone who isn’t a leftist believes in the objective existence of Satan.
But I agree that the occultardic elements are a supreme embarrassment. As recently as five years ago, people seemed to realize that religion and politics were two completely different matters. Then, suddenly, a mass infusion of Satanic Conspiracy Hallucinators invaded, and to this day I believe this was organized by some ill-intentioned people with a lot of money to deflect attention from race and to make “our guys” look gullibly superstitious. If I could use a time capsule to dump the Satanic Panic and Reagan Did No Wrong types back into the 1980s where they belong, I’d do it.
You think it’s a good idea to toss a solid 50% of the right in the US because you don’t like religion? Would you prefer the America of the 50s when the country was religious and 90% pale, or the atheistic, multi-racial 3rd world country we’re becoming? We Whites can’t win without our religious co-ethnics, if they want to blame demons, believe in Joseph Smith’s prophecies or go to Mass every Sunday, so what? It’s like the old Irish v Wasp fights in the old days, that has to end if Pale is going to prevail. Sniping at each other just helps blacks.
And yet that “America of the 50s” didn’t really do much to arrest the downward spiral, did it? Yes, it was better than what we have today, but it still wasn’t enough.
There’s no need to combine “atheistic” and “multi-racial”. Two completely different things. I’m a pro-White atheist. I don’t need to be religious to be pro-White.
“if they want to blame demons, believe in Joseph Smith’s prophecies or go to Mass every Sunday, so what?”
We should oppose bad ideas, especially bad ideas that distract White people from what really matters. Many White conservatives will embrace almost any idea that provides an alternative to White advocacy, the JQ, and race realism. They would much rather talk about the Illuminati, Satanists, socialists, and Freemasons than White traitors and Jews. As Hampton wrote: “But that shouldn’t distract us from the obvious: This is what our country looks like thanks to mass immigration and worship of blacks. Demons need not be involved for that to terrify us.”
These demon-hunting types tend to either ignore, or are completely unaware of, the fact that blacks and women believe in things such as Satan and the objective existence of evil at a higher rate than whites in general do: https://www.jstor.org/stable/20447562
They also can’t seem to reconcile the uncomfortable fact that religious belief is highest in the most backward and nonwhite parts of the world: https://www.pewforum.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/7/2018/06/PF.06.13.18_religiouscommitment-03-05-.png
They sure choose odd bedfellows in building their coalition to save the white race.
They also don’t seem to understand the principle that correlation does not equal causation. Religious belief was higher in the 1950s? OK, but so were the rates of smallpox. Lifespans were shorter. People didn’t have smartphones or internet comment sections back then, either. Completely unrelated.
Most of what you say is true. But white preservationism (WP) needs to be intimately involved with the work of persuading white Christians of the perfect compatibility between non-Nazi types of WP and the Faith. Obviously, this is especially true for America. But it is also largely true for more atheistic Europe, where much of whatever healthy white natality there is, as well as resistance to alien demographic colonization (and the race-replacist Left’s ‘enabling’ of that via refusal to police borders, or prevent legal migration), is actually happening among self-conscious Christians.
WP and a de-woked Christianity should be seen as allies in the struggle to save the West.
“…that religious belief is highest in the most backward and nonwhite..”
Those who were not ‘backward’ but ‘advanced’ and ‘sophisticated’ bit off more than they can chew. They arrogated that their ‘rationality’ would be enough to define Man.
They ‘progressed’ so far that they even lost track of common sense.
re “Lord Shang”: “WP and a de-woked Christianity should be seen as allies in the struggle to save the West.”
What’s so exciting about listening to a black guy talk about himself?
Finally the issue of the Mulatto Perm Ethnicity is addressed. And succinctly, too.
I always laugh at Right wing commentators who pull the “Demonic Symbols” trope; when you are Bible-believing Christian who dislikes everything about modern culture (with the exception being film and some written works), especially rap music in general and the ‘Mumble Rap’ genre in particular, you grow a bit cynical about everything having demonic influence. I would use the the two influences that aren’t ever cited by modern “Christians”; the Flesh and the World.
And the world is quite attractive to these low intelligence audiences, whereas something with actual culture and civilized sensibilities, is mocked and ignored. Just as our Masters wish to see.
Where I live and work (a college campus), the Sub-Saharan’s are generally unpleasant and disagreeable. I see this general disrespect and hate reflected in their music, rap, which I believe is cancer of the soul.
We should continue to push back against this corruption within our own circles; promotion of good music (classical) should be a focus of those with a focus on culture and entertainment.
As always, keep fighting the hordes!
A great article that details all the genuine horror there at that event, and worse, the amount of White youths attending and being part of the adoring crowd. Unfortunately, I think several were among the dead — though the media never identifies anyone by race anymore, especially around crime or accident scenes.
The concert, to me — a White woman probably three generations removed from that scene (i.e., your grandma) — was the epitome of everything wrong in this contemporary society today. But I guess our elders have been saying that about all of us from time immemorial. However, the description of Blacks dancing on top of the ambulances will stay with me always — that’s a contemporary, new form of ‘wrongness’.
What is also highly troubling is our youths’ proclivity for race mixing and miscegenation seems to have never been this high before, nor more threatening to being the cause of extreme long-term damage to our entire race — the race that built the highest civilization ever. The writer points out all of this perfectly.
As for the Jenner-Kardashians, they are a disgrace not only to the entire White race, but to the Armenians who had previously undergone a genocidal massacre (1915-22) by the Ottoman Turks. You would think they’d have learned to avoid mixing with the darker races of the Earth from then on.
And, as an aside, can someone please explain ‘the green frog’ and its place among us — I find it nearly unbearable in all its appearances and incarnations, but I’m sure it has a meaning.
Well based on that logic the many white men with Asian women are disgrace aswell right. The high rise of young white males with Asian and to a lesser extend Latina women is also at fault. I have read reactions of some white nationalist even saying they dont mind white men + asian female couples…..hypocracy is what it sounds to me.
Will you please learn English grammar, spelling, and the proper use of syntax before you post a comment? You obviously aren’t white!
Just imagine when resource depletion really hits some years from now and these shitskins are starving…..
Prior to the Astroworld event I had never even heard of Travis Scott, although I can’t name a popular song of the last 20+ years other than Pumped Up Kicks. I think it all started going to shit with the Walk This Way rap and Fight For Your Right To Party. Within a few years the kids went from classic rock and new wave to Me So Horny.
Me neither. I know nothing about rap, and only a bit about pop music generally.
If I can offer only one solid piece of advice to intelligent, younger prowhite men, it would be this: do not take time for granted. Time is very precious, and you run out of it quickly, even in the best of times (which aren’t now, and won’t be seen again for a long time). Focus on substantive matters, including intellectual studies, not pop cultural ephemera. You’ll be glad you did if you reach old age (or when dealing with the coming “convergence of catastrophes” takes up all your time and energy, and the joy of learning and contemplation is replaced by the struggle to live).
It’s sad how many people actually believe that this was a devil worship sacrifice ritual. There are millions of people who unironically believe it, and plenty of them are within the “dissident right”.
It reminds me of when a Black brutally murdered an Amish woman, and the pastor said how it wasn’t the work of the Black, but the work of the devil. Just blame the devil and demons.
Well said. When it comes to blacks, whites have a powerful tendency to outsource blame and agency to some other more comfortable and unaccountable entity.
On the right this tendency can take the form of ‘elites’, ‘elite pedophiles’, ‘satanists’ and so on.
There does seem to be something pathologically malignant about those people among us who chose to obsess about elite pedophiles and satanists while remaining willfully and utterly blind to black violence, including negro violence against children. Black violence just doesn’t exist to them.
These are people who believe they are ‘truth tellers’, but for them the truth stops abruptly when it hits liberal taboos.
There also seems to be a fantasist dimension. There is some need for exotic and distant and fantastic explanations to real and gritty and very ugly serious problems. Different species of aliens, lizard men are other common themes.
You’re definitely right about that.
Well put. Really astonishing that conservatives find ideas like demonic possession or pedophilic cabals less frightening to believe in and discuss than race.
Have you ever seen the movie Zulu? Great flick, but near the beginning the Zulus are out doing a tribal dance in front of their king. A fight breaks out in the crowd, a guy is killed and some women fall down screaming, but the bodies are pushed aside, and then the festivities just resume, as if nothing had happened. My reaction was like, “what is this but a rap concert?” It’s amazing how determinant biology is!
Recently Eric Kaufmann tried to give White America a sedative by assuring us that in the mixed race future the mixed race Americans will still show allegiance to the symbols of Whiteness:
“What is required and will probably happen, he ventures, is the Whiteshift of his title, namely a process by which white majorities absorb an admixture of different peoples through intermarriage, but remain oriented around existing myths of descent, symbols, and traditions.”
It’s much more likely that the future race bastards will incline to the kind of raw cultural sewage and societal running sores that Mr. Hampton describes.
Mr. Kaufmann must live in an alternative universe. The “existing myths of descent, symbols, and traditions” of Whites are already rapidly being forgotten or worse, demonized, even among average young Whites. What on earth makes him think that future non-Whites, to the extent that they remember them at all, will do so as anything other than memories of oppression? If anti-White academics have their way, the entire history of the White race will someday be remembered as the story of rapacious plunderers who robbed the world without ever giving anything in return or building anything of their own. That’s certainly how many non-Whites see us already.
Eric Kaufmann was born in Hong Kong and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and Japan. His ancestry is mixed with a quarter Chinese and a quarter Latino. His father Steve Kaufmann is of Jewish descent, the grandfather a secularist hailing from Prostejov in the modern Czech Republic
Trampling deaths were not unheard of at rock concerts back in the 60s, 70s and 80s. I think one of the worst was The Who in Cincinnati. Travis Scott and black pop culture doesn’t have anything to do with it.
The Blackest thing about this incident is the blacks jumping on ambulances and impeding EMS. Even the most lowlife Whites will try to get out of the way in that situation.
First thing I thought, literally.
Astroworld = Altamont + 52 years.
And if I recall, somebody back then wrote that the Rolling Stones, and Mick Jagger especially, were Satanist and the concert was a ritual.
There were 4 deaths at Altamont, 1 by a stabbing, 2 in a car accident and one drug related drowning. Nothing like Astroworld. And Jagger was said to take part in Satanic rituals.
“There were 4 deaths at Altamont…”
The 8 deaths accurately reflects the fact we have over twice the population now.
“Nothing like”? Chaos at both and a clueless star were admittedly low-wattage compared to 2021. It spread dread and anger fairly well then. It’s doing the same now. Solzhenitsyn might have been right about the West’s degenerate music.
There was no trampling. A car accident outside the concert? Someone getting high and drowning? Does that resemble a panicked crowd crushing people? The incident in Texas is completely different, in fact, a quick internet search and I can find nothing similar to this recent incident where so many were crushed and trampled. Not sure why you need to try to find some kind of equivalence between this modern, mostly minority crowd and the mostly White crowds at a Rolling Stones concert.
That incident was a PR disaster for The Who. If you look at there reaction the next day during the press confrence, I believe they were remourseful. I’ve been to a lot of metal concerts over the years, with a lot of mosh pitts, and I’ve never seen anything like this.
I don’t see it as an either/or; evil or dumb when it comes to this event. It’s clearly both. That sort of symbolism matters. I think I can assume Mr. Hampton does not have dark bloody red eye portraits hanging in his home, but likely rather beautiful landscapes and loving and inspiring pictures from his life. And his front door is not a massive gaping mouth of a dreadlocked negro. (Odd those pictures were not accompanying this article for reference sake, though.)
Symbolism is a signal of intent or content. It doesn’t make me an ignorant rube for noticing.
The Kardashians are not white!
The situation makes me so angry (everything makes me angry nowadays). The Kardashians are so awful. They’re beautiful and they all hook up with ugly black men. Travis Scott looks like a ghetto retarded loser, and he’s probably getting a blowjob right now in a luxurious house. What about you? You want to make the world a better place. You got any beautiful women begging to be with you? Where are your screaming fans? I don’t even feel bad for the people who died. If someone else had fallen down, they would have been the one trampling them. If they want to partake in this degenerate garbage then they get what they deserve. I know that sounds mean but that’s the way it has to be now. It’s time for good people to go on strike.
Satan and or Satanists aren’t the enemy here. Your real ones are happy you are chasing ghosts like that. Right Wingers who think like old church ladies are as dumb as the primitive brained blacks who actually think the same way. It’s kind of funny to see blacks and right wingers both espousing the same stupidity about the event being “demonic”.
This is all about the Negroized society we live in.
Christianity is from the Middle East, not the West.
It was not imported wholesale from the Middle East. It was Hellenized, Latinized then Germanicized under Protestantism. The King James Bible came with its own cultural interpolations.
“There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”
That’s how a modern reader might see it, but think about when it was written. Why didn’t the Church think that Jesus came here to save us from human nature? Why didn’t the Apostles proclaim “Men and women don’t exist!”?
Did it really take us 2000 years to figure out what Paul meant, or is this a misinterpretation by modern readers?
“It was not imported wholesale from the Middle East. It was Hellenized, Latinized then Germanicized under Protestantism. The King James Bible came with its own cultural interpolations.”
And then it became woke. So it’s not really anything resembling an eternal truth; it’s whatever people want it to be. Thanks for clarifying. I agree wholeheartedly. The point still stands that it’s a universalistic religion, always has been, always will be, and is majority nonwhite and non-Western in 2021. The point is also that it’s fatal to stick your head in the clouds when there’s a war on the ground. This is why I think it’s being used as a deflection.
I’ve never said anyone should stop being Christian. At most, I expressed an obviously impossible but jokey wish that the superstitious numskulls who see Satan in their breakfast cereal are an embarrassment and should be dropped back into the 1980s where they belong. People such as E. Michael Jones, who completely denies the very existence of race, are being used as tools to distract from what’s really going on.
I’ll keep insisting that religion is a completely separate issue from race and that conflating the two is a huge error. On the other hand, it’s the fanatically hypocritical and trend-hopping e-Christians who’ve sprung up online in the last 5 years who insist everyone else becomes a Christian.
The point still stands that it’s a universalistic religion, always has been, always will be, and is majority nonwhite and non-Western in 2021.
I don’t see why that’s a problem. You grew up in a part of Philadelphia that was 50% Irish, 50% Italian. Both practiced the same religion, yet each went to separate parishes. There are Orthodox Churches for Serbians, Ethiopians, Egyptians as well as for converts.
The Church recognizes different nations. The Tower of Babel is a parable against merging nations and groups together, as if their differences don’t matter.
Any attempt at shoehorning ideals into society that are contrary to human nature is a form of millenarianism and is an affront to God and His Church. It’s like saying God made a mistake and we need to fix it.
The point is also that it’s fatal to stick your head in the clouds when there’s a war on the ground.
That path is seldom taken these days. Does E Michael Jones seem like a guy with his head in the clouds, race denialism aside? He has been very active in exposing Jewish subversion of our culture. Ditto Nick Fuentes, Matt Parrot, Nick Jeelvy, not to mention the Catholics over at Chronicles, the libertarian Catholics at Mises Institute, and the Catholics at National Review.
Every right of center Christian I know of is very engaged with the world, just from different angles. An unworldly Christian detached from everything might be found in a monastery somewhere, but definitely not online preaching to others. How would someone with his head in the clouds be in a position to insist that nonbelievers become Christians?
“The real horror wasn’t the creepy eyes or anything flashed on stage. It was the vision of America’s future. Astroworld is the ideal world our elites want for us. We will all look racially ambiguous, sport mulatto perms, and listen to poppy rap music. All hues and colors will come together for events with terrible aesthetics and music. Aren’t you entertained, American?”
One of the most frustrating aspects of our current moment is that our publishing and entertainment industries should be pumping out great satire of such horrifying scenes above. There needs to be serious cinematic attention to the problem of rap as our new national soundtrack. Or what about a new novel or TV series that skewers ghastly halfwits like Cardi B, who are now permitted a megaphone with the president? A serious (mainstream) critique of nascent black cultural dominance would be golden material for any aspiring writer, but unless lefty non-whites write the script, it ain’t gonna happen. Ah well, look for variations of Margie Atwood farting out another Reagan-era critique of the Christian coalition, instead.
Many years ago, I can even remember the place, at a hospital in Birmingham I was introduced to the website Vigilantcitizen.com. A much better source was a Scotsman named Alan Watt at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. After frequenting that site through the years, it is evident that the music and fashion industries are satanic. The symbols cannot all be coincidental. But I agree with your article in that there is definitely a racial component to what happened. That’s why I liked Red Ice Radio as well, the right has always acknowledged an occult side to globalism. Even Mussolini discussed the works of the Illuminati in his work “Fascism”. I’m sitting at my desk with mail from Fidelity Investments in front of me. Interesting symbol they use.
Another, lesser known incident has recently happened. I’ve never heard of this rapper before this incident. I have also never heard of a band called “Brass Against”. They are a multi racial group that does brass versions of rock songs, the lead singer is black woman called Sophia Urista. At a festival in Daytona Beach recently, she pissed on a willing fan. He came from the audience, layed down, the singer pulled her pants down, and pissed on the guy. She then orderd him to leave the stage and for security to help her out. They didn’t say why they did this. They aren’t being charged with anything, and they aren’t recieving much negative press, not from what I can tell. You can find the video of this incident on the internet, as well as some articles about it. While no one was killed or injured, like this rap concert, it is still evidence of how low we have sunk as a society. I’m by no means a prude, I’ve been to a lot of metal concerts and I’ve never seen anything come close to this.
Anyone wearing broccoli hair will be automatically ejected from the ethnostate.
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