‘Leftism and rightism’, as they have come to be defined in the US, are the ideologies of the winners and the losers, respectively. Over time, rent-seeking behaviors and nepotism begin exacerbating this power-distance until there is a run-off in the form of violent conflict. The longer such conflict is forestalled, the greater chance there is… Read More On the Symbiosis of Rich Republicans and Rich Democrats
In evolutionary time, only self-reliance and willfully giving more than you take will keep you alive and outside of the VR wagecuck honeycomb. If you’re a white male, that VR wagecuck honeycomb is already stacked against you. Your ancestors stacked it against you for a reason — take the hint. We white males want a… Read More How Can This Be Survived?
I went for a run in the woods this late afternoon. After crossing a street, I saw a bird rustling around in the brush. I looked closer. Its neck was severely contorted, although I saw no other injury to it. It flapped around desperately, only succeeding to toss itself violently around in the leaves. It… Read More The Bird with the Broken Neck
via Robert Stark Talks to Brandon Adamson About Skytrain to Nowhere
The ‘infinite human potential’ and ‘slavery/colonization was what kept you down’ myths were the West’s strategic response to Communism — it was how they took the ball from the USSR’s otherwise strong appeal. And so — the general populations of races had to be made the same. To call antiracism, which evolved into anti-whiteism, the… Read More My Diagnosis and Recommendations
Introduction Since the dawn of the modern era, cross-cultural awareness has caused the advent of moral principles deemed to be universally applicable and unimpeachable. These principles, distilled from the common essence of the human condition, human needs and nature, hold great promise for human peace, prosperity, and justice. However, the application of these moral principles… Read More Nuance in the Noise: Cultural Embeddedness Can Excuse People from Blameworthiness