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What if?

March 23, 2017


What always gets me is the way progressives assume that the lifestyle, the dream of ease and lack of physical hardships, and the standards of living that exists today is due entirely to their ‘social progress’. But it’s entirely false. Our standard of living, our easy lifestyle, is due entirely to technological progress… a technological […]

looking at Jesus from a non-supernatural standpoint (Book of Luke)

November 4, 2015


I cannot provide historical documentation, but I can provide a logical framework. I find it interesting to mentally strip the supernatural out of the new testament and look at it as a purely historical document. Of particular note is the story of christ from Luke, which makes perfect sense once you consider that the Romans, […]

The Neoreactionary Label

March 8, 2014


frankly, I like the term ‘neoreactionary’ because it is a joke. In essence, the term is completely meaningless. reactionary by definition, means one who reacts… it could also be termed ‘the opposition’. Neoreactionaries, by their very nature, support NOTHING, they simply oppose. so ‘new’ reactionary’ is pretty much ‘old’ reactionary, the term rendered as meaningless […]

Freedom of speech

February 19, 2014


I don’t have any particular attachment to that incredibly misunderstood and constantly-redefined word ‘freedom’, but I do recognize that totalitarianism stifles any and all human progress. It is no crime to speak your mind, and it is no crime to choose NOT to listen (no one has a ‘right to be heard’), but the freedom […]

Dark enlightenment

February 19, 2014


The concepts and understanding behind the ‘dark enlightenment’ have been solidly part of human understanding since before the times of aristotle and socrates, as evidenced by their writings on the subject. Those who do not learn from the lessons of the past are doomed to repeat them. Progressivism is, by it’s very nature, a denial […]

How to tell if a blog is intellectually honest

November 30, 2013


Intellectual honesty is a rare gift in blogs these days… after all, there is no incentive to tell the truth or even be willing to do any research in an environment in which you are almost entirely anonymous. Why should you bother to be genuine when rampant hypocracy would actually increase your visitor count? well, […]


October 22, 2013


Victimocracy is a form of government whereby you present victims, either legitimate or self-styled, to have an amount of influence disproportionate to their actual ability to raise legitimate threats to a population. Unfortunately, Victomcracy is proving tendemic to a media-heavy socialism. What starts it off is media attention to an event, usually garnered due to […]