Is the Alt Right as scary as Hillary Clinton makes it sound? Or is it a diverse movement of intellectuals, blue collar workers, and internet jokers who are simply sick of the status quo? While I can only speak for myself, I’ve been a member of the Alternative Right since before the term was coined, and I’ll try and do my best to explain it to you.
It might not break the laws of physics, but that doesn’t make it feasible.
This forty minute video is designed to be a how-to guide for introverts on how to improve their ability to relate to others; both for the sake of improving their interpersonal outcomes, as well as enabling them to maintain a shield of privacy when circumstances demand socialization.
War is Peace Freedom is Slavery Diversity is our Strength Black Pigeon Speaks just released the most heavily-cited and well-edited videos on the “Diversity is our Strength” lie that I’ve ever seen. Even if you’re already aware of how false that statement is, you may still pick up something new from his video – I wasn’t aware of the mathematical/game theory analysis, though it doesn’t surprise me at all. Interesting addition: did you know that in territories where different races of grasshoppers coexist, their mating calls become more extreme, so as to differentiate the races? Suggesting that all species are...
Present day technological developments are game changers; the social effects of mass communication, information abundance, marketing, and related technologies can be seized by either side to achieve a major victory over the other.
Understanding this threat requires that one comprehend the differing natures between man and machine, a difference far more profound than the distinction between “wetware” and “hardware”. The reasoning processes are utterly dissimilar and incompatible; the former must dominate the latter, otherwise disaster will ensue. A man who is controlled by his machine is no man at all.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is nothing but the pre-sexual fantasies of a man with arrested development; a boy who’s afraid of growing up, a boy who hates his father.