Tagged: Freedom

Interview, and the Regular Livestream

One Man’s Corus invited me to join him on a podcast/interview where we discussed Jordan B. Peterson, Feminism, MGTOW, and the Alt Right, as well as the direction that we’re all headed in: (And yes, I was a fan of Peterson’s before it was cool.) My regular Sunday Stream (brought to you by my Patreon backers!) will be going out at the regular time, 1700 Mtn; I’ll be going back to basics, discussing what this whole “Red Pill” self-improvement regime is supposed to be about, and how it relates to the politics that it’s grown into. And in other news,...

Humanism: An Ethos of Death

Humanism: An Ethos of Death

The Devil’s Advocate VS. The Grand Inquisitor There’s something compelling about movies with the Devil in them; The Devil’s Advocate is one of the best portrayals I’ve seen, and it leaves you with the sneaking suspicion that it’s not a metaphor; that at some point in the nineties this actually happened… only in the real world there was no happy ending. The plot follows a small-town lawyer who’s never lost a case (played by Keeanu Reeves), being seduced to New York where he becomes a high-paid gun for the city’s corrupt and broken rich, while his wife slowly goes mad. ...

NDAA, SOPA, and Your Own Survival

NDAA, SOPA, and Your Own Survival

Occasionally I like to share my YouTube channel on here. Be warned, twenty minutes – but I think you’ll like it.

It’s a Dog’s Life

It’s a Dog’s Life

According to Westsern Witch Doctors, sanity is a relative measurement. The Sane Man is not He who has optimized his processing power with Good Priors and Bayes Theorem; it is not He who has become an Ubermensch, inductively reasoning out Trigonometry, while being omni-aware of his innermost thoughts – no, the Sane Man is nothing like that. Quite simply, modern Psychology defines sanity as that which fits closest to the mean. Bell curves are what determine value; not intrinsic worth. By their standards, dear reader – by virtue of the unhealthy society in which we live – we are, both...

Low Maintenance Troop

Low Maintenance Troop

A long time ago, in another lifetime perhaps, I remember being tasked with the Leading of Young Soldiers.  Hard work, dedication, discipline; all of those were important parts of the military ethos which I tried to instill in them.  But above all of them, more important by far, I wanted each and every one of them to be a Low Maintenance Troop. There’s an old saying in the army: “Solve it at the lowest level!” It’s usually offered up as a rebuke to some hapless Private, who in terror of all things brass just asked his section commander whether he...