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Monthly Archives: September 2014
“Do you remember?” I said in a very quiet voice. “The first time you saw her? The first time you looked at you? Do you remember that change? That shift, when the whole universe suddenly tilted? Do you remember looking … Continue reading
In my last two posts, I briefly summarized how postmodernism is really “world fascism”, that is, a re-tread of fascism’s fusion of anti-intellectualism and collectivism, kindled among socialists by the abject public moral and practical failure of Marxism. Its difference from … Continue reading
Sitting around, desperate for motivation? Longing to do something, but you can’t bring yourself to do it? Here’s how I get over it. Take up some sort of swordsmanship. It is essential that this is a paid class, so you … Continue reading
Recall from my last post that International Fascism, or World Fascism (easier to say) which is inaccurately called cultural Marxism or Postmodernism, or Social Justice Warrior-ism (I guess), is the intersection of Marxist socialism and Counter-Enlightenment anti-epistemology. It is the Marxist … Continue reading
Allow me to take you on a whirlwind tour of Modern Philosophy and politics. First, there was Medieval philosophy, which was a good and wondrous thing. Taking as its axiom a rational God, it assumed that His adopted children could, … Continue reading
Today’s gospel reading was the parable of the unforgiving servant. Short form: Servant owes king billions of dollars. King forgives servant. Servant turns around and demands twenty bucks from fellow servant and refuses to forgive it. King is angry and … Continue reading