Tagged: Morality


The Fight for Civilization Requires Heroic Men

In some ways, I’m glad that Donald Trump has lost his lustre; it’s a signal to all of us that civilization can’t be won by worshipping a man, instead it must be earned through individual righteousness.


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...


The 10 Principles of Leadership

Leadership: it’s one of the cornerstones of masculinity. It isn’t human resource management, or manipulation.  It isn’t team-building exercises where everyone gets a trophy.  It isn’t being a boss, demanding that your minions perform.  True leadership is the upward pull, creating distinction and achievement.  It is the core nature of hierarchy, understood and embraced by every member, no matter where they are on the totem pole.  It is the divine spark that builds civilization. Far more than just a strategy to achieve social dominance, leadership is the ethical code which calls out to all Men from deep within. Continue reading on...


Living With Snake Eyes

Snake Eyes: what a beautiful way of putting it.  I stole the term from that unrepentant Truth Teller Wimminz because it perfectly sums up one of the harshest moral lessons you can learn, a lesson so harsh that most people mistake it for immorality: the Scorched Earth strategy. This desperate but effectual method of defence can only be executed by the enthusiasm of a people who prefer their independence to their property; or by the rigor of an arbitrary government, which consults the public safety without submitting to their inclinations the liberty of choice.” ~Edward Gibbon, The Decline and Fall...

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A Moral Imagination

So the other day I was talking with a friend of mine, who Just Happens To Be a Crown Prosecutor…. Now, those of you who show up here regularly will know that my relationship with the cops is Ambivalent, at best.  It’s not that I don’t support Lawful Authority – I believe in the Righteousness of contracts, the inviolability of property, and serving your country like a Good Goddamned Soldier.  I’m basically a Paladin with addiction ‘problems’.  But when you get down to the particulars of the police forces in our society, I’ve got some major problems with how they...