Part I here. Part II here. Part III here. Part IV here. JEWRY/JUDAISM IS THE "GREAT HARLOT" (Revelation 17 & 18) Now I will present what I believe to be the right understanding of the "Great Harlot" of the Apocalypse. It is especially here where the element of Globalism really comes into view in this series of… Continue reading Globalization, SJW Jesus, and Modern “Christian” Pussification (V)
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?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od3NE0y3LkQ One of the most powerful questions anybody can ever ask themselves is -- WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME? These five words. Pose this question often and do so with iron resolve to refuse being a loser. Ask it of yourself, and just as importantly, ask it of those with whom you have any business.… Continue reading Chemical Castration: Small Price to Pay For All the “Benefits” of Modern “Life”
"Consumerism" is a buzzword which is currently entering the mainstream. It used to be only hippies and economics wonks would talk about consumerism, but I hear more and more use of this term by people whose interest in economics is not particularly acute, but they are rightly sensing that something in our economic milieu is… Continue reading Consumerism for Dummies
I have found that most people, when asked whether they are technological optimists or technological pessimists, will eventually say something along the lines of, "Well, what difference does it make, it's taking us where it's taking us whether we like it or not." Ask yourself: Are these the words of a master or are they… Continue reading The Master Becomes the Servant (II)
If I had to characterize tech in one word, it would be "degenerative". When people complain about degenerates or about a degenerate society, whether they realize it or not, they are complaining about the mostly unavoidable long-term results of a rapid leap forward in technology. This leap started with the Industrial Revolution, but did not… Continue reading The Master Becomes the Servant (I)