Tagged: collapse

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2014: The Year We Start Building

Just as RooshV predicted, 2013 was the year we went mainstream.  The ABC 20/20 debacle and TechCrunch‘s article on the Neoreaction are object examples of that, but throughout the media we’ve been seeing terms that originated with us filtering out into the wider culture. Folks, we have arrived: we’ve figured ourselves out, we’ve established our community, and we’ve demonstrated our ability to impact the narrative. “First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they attack you – and then you win!” This is the year where they attack; this is the year where we start to build. When I...

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The Power of the Shield

It’s hard being a cop these days. Part of me wants to be sympathetic.  The Boys in Blue are expected to uphold Law and Order in a society that celebrates License and Orgy.  On the one side, they’ve got the journalistic classes and the fattened masses, cowards and malcontents, who are utterly incapable of judging their actions.  On the other, they have the Untermenschen, those half-tamed barbarians, egged on by debauched culture and lobbyists, who speak nothing but the language of violence. If the media starts yelling about “Excessive force,” it’s dollars-to-donuts that some degenerate was refusing to comply. But...

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Dancing in the Rain and Honour Killings

Bill Whittle, from PJTV, speaking about Inconvenient Truths: Not to be pedantic, but I have a bone to pick with what Scott Ott (the first speaker, after Bill Whittle) says in this video.  Quote: …because I know that’s what happened over the years and the centuries in the Christian church, that the extreme elements were preached against, were outcast, were shunned- This is not an attack on Mr Ott (whom I’m sure I agree with on most things), but rather this sentiment I hear again and again – that Islam is Christianity from 1000 AD, that Islam needs its own...

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The Corporate Boyfriend – A Testimony

A while back I posted a video titled “The Corporate Boyfriend” in which I described the manipulative, addictive nature that many corporate jobs hold for women.  So often we hear Empowered Young Feminists talking about how much they “love their jobs.” As Men, we interpret this in the same manner that we use it: “My job is tolerable, mildly interesting, not overly demeaning, and they pay’s alright.” Men don’t enjoy working for its own sake; it’s a means to an end for us.  Aside from a lucky few, we work to live, we don’t live to work. However, when women...

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Projected Sexual Dystopias

Let me start off by saying that I’m a Spiritual Optimist, and a Material Pessimist. The Dual Pessimist is a boor to be around.  The Dual Optimist is a Sanguine Fool, who begins large projects but never completes them.  And as for the Spiritual Pessimist/Material Optimist?  These are the natural slaves of the world, boors who never dream bigger than their corporate job, but think you’re being a Negative Nelly for pointing out how badly run the company is, regardless of whether you’re offering solutions or not. Me?  I dream big – I pursue the projects that most people think...

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Bill Burr on Bankers

“So you tell me – am I sounding crazy or am I making sense?” Let me remind you, Bill Burr is a stand up comic who rags on bratty women – and he’s talking about bankers.  Glad to hear he knows about Iceland. Add in the SSRI Bomb when the Depression really hits, and you wind up with this. Interesting times, folks, interesting times. ͼ-Ѻ-ͽ My novel My Twitter

North Korea, Nuclear War, Cyprus Crysis 2

North Korea, Nuclear War, Cyprus Crysis

An interview between myself and Danny de Gracia.  Excerpt follows: ͼ-Ѻ-ͽ The last few months have revived memories of Cold War nuclear tensions, first with Russian bombers spectacularly challenging our ADIZ in Guam and now with the brinkmanship going on between the divided Koreas. For a perspective on nuclear tension, political leadership in times of crisis (or lack thereof) and Armageddon scenarios, I took the time to connect with the author of the post-apocalyptic thriller As I Walk These Broken Roads Davis M.J. Aurini. In Aurini’s book, a future nuclear war gouges out human civilization and leaves survivors in an...

Generational Theory & the Upcoming Crisis 10

Generational Theory & the Upcoming Crisis

There are some pretty bold claims made by myself and others in the alt-right, but they’re not without data and theoretical backing.  This is a long video, but I tried to keep it as intellectually-dense as possible.  Generational cycle theory points out that we’re in a crisis, whose resolution will arrive sometime around the mid 2020′s, and there are several factors which show how unsustainable this whole thing is. The Fourth Turning by Strauss & Howe ͼ-Ѻ-ͽ My novel My Twitter