I'm nowhere close to being the first person to offer some remarks on the tranny phenomenon. My criticisms doubtless have an almost complete overlap with yours -- it only makes sense that is would be this way if you enjoy this blog. However, I might have some food for thought for you here. Here's the… Continue reading Gender Dysphoria
For the 3rd part of this series. I thought the best way to clarify a few items and to head off a few objections is to criticize the ideas in the first two parts and present it all in a question-and-answer format. (Some of these criticism are things I actually hear from people.) 1. You… Continue reading Noah’s Ark (III)
Objectively, things are pretty awful. The industrial age has indeed been everything that Kaczynski described: "The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race. They have greatly increased the life expectancy of those of us who live in 'advanced' countries, but they have destabilized society, have made life unfulfilling, have… Continue reading Noah’s Ark (II)
Noah's Ark has long been one of the Biblical stories that most intrigue me. What could be better than a story about a righteous man making wise provision for himself and his family (and as many as would join them) in the face of a critical disaster? Noah was a friend of God and a… Continue reading Noah’s Ark (I)
I'm going to make the case here that "freedom" is bullshit. Specifically, the elevation of "freedom" as an ideal, as some end in itself, is ugly and insane and ultimately suicidal. In contrast with freedom, I will make the case that Discipline is the superior ideal. If a people shall have any chance of extricating… Continue reading Free-dumb: An Illusory Concept Which Only Brings Degeneracy and Death
Not long ago I returned from spending about a month in Poland and Prague. In some respects, this post might seem to stray a bit from the usual scope of things here, but there is a justification to it. I'll explain later. Part of this trip to Poland was due to attending to some family… Continue reading Globalization, Consumerism, and my Recent Stay in Poland
"Again?" "What's the massacre this time around?" I thought to myself as I noticed the flag lowered to half-mast while driving home from work. I make no effort to follow the "real" news from day to day, so oftentimes I don't find out about mass-shooting until a day or two after the fact. (By the… Continue reading The Flag is at Half-Mast Again… What is it this Time?