Culture, Psychology

Synchronous Arisings

Jung, Peterson & the Uses & Abuses of Chaos Memes in the Current Year Recently, I have been mulling over the idea of memes and their uses as a subversive art form in the modern world after responding to a very good comment on the nature of art from my recent article on Sam Hyde […]

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Psychology, Spirituality

Reactionary of the Soul

Last week, what struck me the most was the irony that many of the so-called reactionaries that I have met recently — those individuals that have a strong attachment to a benevolent, strong, and compelling overarching authority in political matters — are surprisingly democratic, anarchic, or blatantly communist. But let me backtrack. Everyone is usually […]

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Culture, Psychology

Safe Space Submission & the War on Banter

There has been a war on banter from the Left;1 to them, it is tantamount to bullying. In response, they have retreated into safe spaces to avoid hurt feelings. They have not understood the difference between banter and bullying. Below are my observations on the topics and a response to the war on banter and […]

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Culture, Psychology

The Desperate Ideology of Zootopia

Recent decades have seen Americans become familiar with the hopes and dreams of various species of Anthropomorphic Mammals. They’ve gone from being a trope to an outright tradition for animators at Disney-Pixar, who have used them as the smiling, furry vehicles of their ideological agendas. The latest instalment of this phenomenon has been the cinematic […]

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Psychology

Anonymous on the Effects of Pornography

The following was first posted on 8chan’s /pol/ board on the 7th of May 2016 surrounding the issue of modern sexuality and pornography by an anonymous poster. I have archived the essay here due to its nature and quality. Thank you to the anonymous poster for sharing your words. The only changes to the essay […]

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Culture, Psychology

The State of the Flock

The idea of some people in the world being sheep and others wolves is an old and trusted analogy. The sheep are, of course, the general populace, the plebeians, hoi polloi, etc. whereas the wolves are those who seek to eat and exploit the flock like criminals and psychopaths. Perhaps this view is too reductionist. […]

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History, Politics, Psychology

The European Grammar of Self-Intolerance

Transcript: The greatest enemy that we have is raised in our own mind. The grammar of self-intolerance is what we have imposed and allowed others to impose upon us. Political correctness is a white European grammar, which we’ve been taught, and we’ve stumbled through the early phases of, and yet we’ve learned this grammar and […]

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