Tagged: Marxism

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The Anti-Narrative of Radicalism

“It is said that if you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperilled in a hundred battles…” ~Sun Tzu Le Pandemonium by John Martin, 1841. Feminists, Socialists, Race-Baiters, Multiculturalists, Environmentalists, and Relativists – the enemies of civilization are endless.  Their policies are schizophrenic, each group is constantly at odds with one-another, and even within their own camps intractable divisions exist: Environmentalists can’t decide whether they’re for or against nuclear power, Multiculturalists demand diversity while promoting mono-cultural Sharia Law, and Feminists are torn on whether all sex is rape, or if pornography is liberating.  The degenerates warble...

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An Analysis of The Feminine Mystique, Chapter 2

Read my review of Chapter 1 here; the ongoing discussion is at Sunshine Mary’s site. Right off the bat, Friedan inundates us with more stories of women who are all “Relieved to find out I wasn’t the only one!” This is followed up by examples of “impossible ideals” being sold to women in advertising. “I’m living the same life as the TV people – why aren’t I haaaaappppyyyy?” On the surface this seems very similar to the Genesis of the Manosphere, with one major difference: the Manosphere developed because we were lied to; Friedan’s “Problem with no name” is a...

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Women’s Capacity for Moral Agency

This is a follow-up to my recent article Game Versus the Reactosphere, and my video The White Knight, as well as an expansion on the concepts in another video, Men Are Responsible for Feminism; Esoteric Trad has written a response to my first article here, and Free Northerner published a similar piece to this one titled The Slut Event Horizon. Women’s capacity for moral agency (or lack thereof) is seldom a question which is specifically addressed; neither here in the Neoreactionary/Manosphere circles, and certainly not in the culture at large. In our case there are several reasons that it doesn’t...

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An Analysis of The Feminine Mystique, Chapter 1

Introduction The problem lay buried, unspoken, for many years in the minds of American women. It was a strange stirring, a sense of dissatisfaction, a yearning that women suffered in the middle of the 20th century in the United States. Each suburban wife struggled with it alone. As she made the beds, shopped for groceries, matched slipcover material, ate peanut butter sandwiches with her children, chauffeured Cub Scouts and Brownies, lay beside her husband at night—she was afraid to ask even of herself the silent question—‘Is this all? The ever lovely Sunshine Mary has organized a reading and discussion of...

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Moving at the Speed of Dark

David Brin – scientist, author, hippy, and rebel scum – decided to take on the Neoreactionary movement in this post from last November, 2013.  I only recently became aware of it thanks to commenter Ramram, but nonetheless it provides a fascinating look into what qualifies as a mind, over there on the left-hand side of the aisle… the sinistra side of the aisle… as well as providing an excellent opportunity to demonstrate right-wing mental dexterity. I first read Brin’s writing around the age of fourteen, specifically his collection of short-stories and essays titled Otherness, which he conveniently mentions in the above...

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The Empowered Female Parasite

That’s what I hear whenever a woman brags about being empowered and independent; it’s the first sign that she’s weak, dependent, and parasitical off of civilization. The single mothers have been written about extensively in the Manosphere.  With 50% of marriages ending in divorce, and 70-90% of divorces being female-driven YOLO frivorces, we don’t need a Harvard-funded study to prove that plenty of women treat men like walking wallets, and expect society to hold the bag when they birth a bastard with Harley McBadboy.  In fact, it seems we’ve been so successful in this regard that most “moderate” Feminists have...

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There Will Always Be a 1%

In Prasie of the Robber Baron “We, the people…” Dark words, those.  Good seldom follows them – however elegant the parchment might be. They appeal to our basest instincts. “We, the people…” What, you mean my people?  Of course!  My Dunbar Tribe – the 100-150 people whom I can feel empathy for.  Within our tribe there’s status and privilege, of course – the Old Man has the nicest car, the Young Wolf is dating the hottest tail – but all those differences are earned, aren’t they?  And at the end of the day all of the pack members are provided...

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The Hydra’s Eternal Rebellion

One of the challenges of writing about Feminists, Leftist, and Degenerates is how incredibly vulgar they are.  Tell me, does the following paragraph belong in political discourse? A female Voina activist nicknamed “Vacuous Cunt With Inconceivably Huge Tits” removed a chicken from the refrigerated section of the supermarket, then laboriously stuffed the entire chicken into her own vagina, while being filmed by other Voina members. She then shoplifted the chicken by leaving the supermarket without paying, with the chicken still inserted, and rejoined protesters outside the store. The correct answer is “Yes, but it shouldn’t.” It offends my sensibilities (as...

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The White Poppy Quislings

As my American readers may be aware, in Canada we wear a red poppy on our lapel during the week leading up to Remembrance Day (you guys call it Veteran’s Day).  The tradition traces back to Maj John McRae, who penned the following poem in 1915, shortly before losing his life in the First World War. Remembrance Day isn’t a topic I’ve addressed before because, quite frankly, there’s nothing for me to say; the words have been written, the speeches recorded, and it is our duty as patriots to intone them about the cenotaph on the 11th of November –...