The lowest common denominator of our civilization is solipsistic freedom – the freedom to lie about who and what you are. Without a higher purpose, nihilism will consume us all.
Tagged: social justice
Whenever the left wins a battle, they win a victory. Whenever the right wins a battle, the left walks away with a victory. The Catch-22 of fighting the left is that the left always wins, drifting in Cthulu’s wake. Why is it that we keep winning every battle but losing the war?
The Left is actively playing into our hands, turning their side of the debate toxic with violence and anti-American attitudes, thus allowing the Alt Right to rewrite the narrative which underpins civilization.
This election has been a study in Liberal dysfunction. A study in how they think. How can we mitigate the threat caused to the Republic by these people? How can we turn this tactical victory into a long-term strategic solution?
My written review of Roosh’s latest book about the Battle of Canada.
‘Etiology’ is one of those five dollar words that bundles together a number of important concepts, and it’s part of the conceptual core of the sort of arguments I’m making lately about chronic dysfunction in the modern world; both individually, and on a societal level.
The primary – and only – goal of these reservations will be to maintain an obedient workforce. Anything which threatens productivity will be outlawed; anything that ensures compliance will be tolerated.
Twitter has banned Matt Forney for stating true facts that offend Leftists, while ignoring the death threats they’ve been making at him.
Scott Cameron’s Understanding #Gamergate is a 14,000 word dissertation explaining the core issues which started Gamergate, the major developments which have proceeded since that time, introductions to the major players, and a framework by which the reader can measure and weigh the arguments of both sides.
I wanted to get my thoughts out there on #GamerGate, as well as to address some concerns regarding The Sarkeesian Effect.