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 »

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 »

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 »

Gradualism and the Fabian Society

I would like to discuss a major issue that I have with the coordinated effort that is taking place worldwide to confuse gender, especially within what is known as identity politics, but is also found in things such as “net neutrality”, the Syrian refugee crisis, Trump’s “wall”, and a myriad of other hot button topics that seem to pass over our television screen in a coordinated method.  To the surprise […] Read more »

Why I seem to Align more with the Political Right than with the Political Left

I would like to make something clear, not because I’ve been questioned, but because I feel it is worth addressing. Many people may think that I’m on the political right, but I’m not, I am a classical liberal (voluntaryist / ancap / Libertarian), which means I value individual rights, and I’m open to a wide range of viewpoints, and I synthesize them with systematic thinking into an overall worldview that […] Read more »

Tim Allen Fired by ABC for Exposing Hollywood’s Liberal Insanity

It sounds like another Hegelian dialectic of divide and conquer, as the mere fact that the show’s writers were putting in things such as “micro aggressions” in their scripts would not have been allowed unless it was to set up the show’s cancellation as a politically motivated “hit job”. It would have been far more credible in my eyes if the show’s writing wasn’t already conservative, because the cancellation would […] Read more »

Society Is Being Programmed By A Black Box

This video is worth watching more than once, especially from the 6:00 minute mark on.  We feel that the only way to combat the mass collective technocratic unity that is approaching is through Jungian shadow work and working through our own reflections and projections.  We cannot fight them on their terms, but must do so on our terms — as unique and psychologically whole individuals who have good boundaries and […] Read more »

Astroturf and Manipulation of Media Messages | TedX

Sharyl Attkisson is an investigative journalist based in Washington D.C. She is currently writing a book entitled Stonewalled (Harper Collins), which addresses the unseen influences of corporations and special interests on the information and images the public receives every day in the news and elsewhere. For twenty years (through March 2014), Attkisson was a correspondent for CBS News. In 2013, she received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism for […] Read more »

Flowery Platitudes and Cliches

Beware of flowery platitudes that sound wise and spiritual, while actually articulating nothing at all. They are generalizations that lack context, and are meant to easily unite people together without the need to provide depth or substance. Spirituality is able to go intellectually, emotionally, and physically deeper, and does so through providing the proper context, it answers a myriad of key questions, and it promotes further questioning—thus spirituality furthers our […] Read more »

Deepening Our Generalizations

I wrote this a month ago, but because of our site being down, I hadn’t gotten around to posting it yet. ~Nathan It is the generalization logical fallacy (logical deception) to say such things as “have faith”, “be loving”, “remain hopeful”, “let it go”, and “be mindful” when they aren’t first placed within a logical context and framework that defines their meaning, as they are general concepts that can mean anything the […] Read more »

Gaslighting

One common psychological theme I have been seeing a LOT in the media and government propaganda and rhetoric, is of gaslighting. Gaslighting “is a form of mental abuse in which a victim is manipulated into doubting his or her own memory, perception and sanity. (Source)” A movie was made in 1940 (and 1944), and is free on YouTube, called “Gaslight”, it captures this manipulative tactic perfectly — the PTB love […] Read more »

The Difficulties in Conveying a Sound Argument

One of the major hurdles we run into when conveying certain concepts to others is their inability to understand the logical implications and nuances of our message. Their thinking is clouded by their own self-deceptive logic, so much so, that they are unable to reconcile the facts of a situation when they are presented, and immediately go into denial, resistance, name calling, and argumentativeness; which they support with poor logic. […] Read more »

Beware of False Teachers & Leaders

Each person speaks and writes their insights from the level that they are at, and from where their perceptions are in the moment they are conveying their message. If they have not honed their ability to reason, especially with a system of critical thinking that continually asks and refines questions (we recommend the Trivium), then the messages that they are conveying are going to be quite limited, uninformed, and lacking reason. […] Read more »

NLP Mastery Subliminal Track

I listened to the NLP Mastery subliminal track 24 times according to my play count, but a few times were twice a day, so it wasn’t 24 straight days, but more like 19 straight days total.  On the 18th play or so, I felt a block remove to NLP Mastery, which felt quite literally like the message “dropped” into my subconscious mind.  I took off the headphones after that play and […] Read more »