Which Way, Westerners?

It appears that multiculturalism actually destabilizes and weakens society, and does not actually strengthen society. Duh, that’s the point, and why it was forced down our throats in the first place—to subvert and destabilize western culture and society to the point that we are easier to take over and rule with totalitarian forms of governance. The illiberal left are just beginning to discover that their ideas don’t actually translate to […] Read more »

This is Feminism

This is what masquerades as empowerment, activism, and purpose—which is shallow if you ask me. What they’re far from grasping is that personal power comes from mastering ‘the why’, which is principle of casualty. Impulsivity and indulgence are not powerful at all, but demonstrate quite the opposite—a lack of understanding—which is power. Power comes from mastering the principle of causality, and nothing else. It can be equated to an internal […] Read more »

Control the Words, Control the Culture

Words are magic, and their meanings incredibly important. The conflation and distortion of words, also known as newspeak and doublespeak, is the primary weapon of Leftist’s in their war on Western culture and identity. Becoming aware of the power found within our words, to either create or subvert, is an important step in reclaiming our personal sovereignty. The culture war is first and foremost a war of words – and […] Read more »

Thanos and Overpopulation – an Analysis of Fallacies in The Avengers: Infinity War

Do you think that overpopulation is a myth?  If so, why would such a myth be perpetuated on a regular basis by so many so-called elites in various industries such as philanthropy, entertainment, politics, etc.? Could this be another form of guilt manipulation, such as we see with “white privilege”, “heterosexual privilege”, and “male privilege” (as in, are we also supposed to feel guilty for being alive)? What other reasons […] Read more »

Stephen Hicks: Nietzsche Perfectly Forecasts the Postmodernist Left

The recent postmodern deconstruction and subversion of the Star Wars franchise on the big screen (in the Last Jedi) is an example of this pattern, and when watching the last two movies in the series, it all makes sense in context of them shitting on the original heroes to make them look bad, and to wish psychological distress on those who loved their hero’s legacy. “Master morality for Nietzsche is […] Read more »

Support Gun Control You Child Hating Bigot!!

This nails pretty much every half-baked and hair brained illogical argument I’ve heard on the subject of gun control.  There isn’t a single logical argument that they even attempt to make, as all they use are bullying tactics and emotionally charged rhetoric.  I will not enter into an honest discussion with purposefully ignorant people, but I will set boundaries and live the life I choose, regardless of what they say […] Read more »

Goodbye to the Left

Leftism attacks and demonizes clarity, distinctions, reason, relevance, precision, and nuance using deception, inversion, confusion, distortions, intimidation, name calling, conflation, and generalizations to subvert and pervert anything different from itself. Leftism’s logical end is a intellectually homogeneous society free from distinctions, uniqueness, individuality, free speech, and free thought—and it plans to get there all in the name of social justice and equity for all.   Read more »

How the Elite Became Our Gods

In this video I discuss how the proof by assertion fallacy is being used to create a new slave reality for all who will buy into their illusion. What can you do to break free from their lies? Would you like to leave the Matrix? Check out our Patreon group where we practice working through our emotional upsets and poor thinking in a productive manner, to create inner peace and […] Read more »

Beware the Ides of March…

“Caesar’s assassination [on the Ides of March] was a central event in marking the transition from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire.” ~ThoughtCo His assassination on March 15th started a series of bloody civil wars that led to the end of the Roman Republic, and the formation of the Roman Empire. Chancellor Palpatine: “The republic will be reorganized into the first Galactic Empire… (applause) …for a safe and secure society!” Senator Amidala: “So […] Read more »

Steve Kerr calls out government after latest school shooting

Watch this short clip to better understand what I say below. Coach Kerr, in your professional basketball opinion, what is the purpose of the second amendment? Oh, you do not really understand it?  I will give you my understanding then… The Second Amendment was created for many reasons, but the biggest was to keep politicians accountable to the people they serve. In constitutional law, guns are not just for killing […] Read more »

George Orwell and 1984: How Freedom Dies

“What Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one. Orwell feared those who would deprive us of information. Huxley feared those who would give us so much that we would be reduced to passivity and egotism. Orwell feared that the truth would be concealed from […] Read more »

The Modern University

The modern university has become an biased training ground for political ideologues, with the intent to stamp out all opposing viewpoints and thinking as hateful, backwards, violent, and authoritarian.  The ironic thing is, they do this all while embodying these character traits while shadow projecting on all opposing viewpoints. The university has become the breeding ground for ideological hate and violence in their attack against viewpoint diversity. Read more »

Socratic Questioning vs Sophistry

There are two main ways to have a debate, one is to view it as a power struggle to be won, and the second is to see it as an opportunity to progress and grow. The sophists in ancient Greece would use “the tools of philosophy and rhetoric to entertain, impress, or persuade an audience to accept the speaker’s point of view,” as a means of winning an argumentative power […] Read more »