My Collected Writings on politics, science fiction, theology, and women.
The final five chapters of Book I are short, each focusing on an individual element of the fog of war, and finally concluding in how to prepare your armies to deal with the friction of combat.
A “tradthot” is an internet-famous woman in the dissident right who receives attention and financial support from a mostly male audience.
Several years ago a predicted a major conflict this year; in this video I expand on what I see coming, and what we can do about it.
In this chapter Clausewitz discusses the moral and mental nature of a good general.
My review of Larsen Halleck’s book, and why it’s important: it’ll turn Hapa Losers into Eurasian Winners.
My ongoing analysis of Carl Von Clausewitz’s book On War.
An update for my readers; I’ve installed a crypto miner plugin on my site.
Last Spring I joined Matt Forney on his subscribers-only podcast to describe Borderline Personality Disorder – a type of creature he and I have had far too many dealings with. It is no longer exclusive content, available to everyone – and as topical as it was back then.
I’ve recently decided to undertake an in-depth study of Carl Von Clausewitz’s book On War; one of Western Civilization’s greatest works of strategy. I find that the best way to aid my study has always been to write down notes as I read; those notes are what follows. Hopefully you find them a useful summary; if you wish to read along with me, I’d appreciate hearing your own thoughts in the comments section.