I just wanted to clarify what I was getting at with ‘the US should be multicultural; Europe should not’. This is an oversimplification of my thought. Under our current ideology, it is considered a bad thing if there are any homogenous pockets of white people on Earth. This is a deeply problematic sentiment, especially when… Read More More Thoughts on Globalization, Open Borders
Good people are wrong all the time. Being good does not equal being right. Further, good people lie a lot. I assume that most of those social scientists up there lying about homosexuality are doing it for a good reason. Many good people believe that it is not only morally acceptable but morally mandatory to […]… Read More A Great Post by Robert Lindsay
I present to you “A Plea for Humanity I”, an opinion piece not appearing in Rutgers University’s Daily Targum by an alt-right apologist There is little question that mankind’s track record is disheartening, to say the least, when it comes to averting the negative consequences of mass hysteria. From Solomon Asch’s famed experiments on groupthink… Read More A Plea for Humanity I
As one who wearies of the fact that the wetware of my fellow mankind – as diverse as it may be – all tends toward an aptitude for furnishing ‘beliefs’ on the basis of maximized conversational utility rather than empirical reality, I have come to place a great emphasis on tweaking my own conversational algorithm… Read More The Scarlet R: Why I (Sometimes, Conditionally) Call Myself a Racist
I’ve been reading a lot of Julian Huxley lately and, as usual, have been worrying about the fates of all the useless people of the world. There will be as many of them as we at able to feed. If Huxley is right, then human fulfillment is the end goal of the secular humanist religion.… Read More “Human Fulfillment”
Here is an email correspondence I’ve been having with an unnamed public intellectual who is skeptical of the durability of the culturist explanations for human inequality, and who believes that the pegging of human rights discourses to dubious assumptions is an extremely dangerous thing. Professor X, I am of the fledgling intellectual breed of people… Read More An Email Correspondence with a Public Intellectual, and an Unsent Explanation about Confirmation Bias and the Futility of Objective, ‘Final’ Truth.