Truth In the Empire of Lies

No matter what, one thing you can say about Lenin and the Old Bolsheviks is that they passionately believed in their cause. Of course, Lenin and the others were mass-murdering maniacs, and their utopian delusions were completely contrary to reality, but a distinguishing factor of, say, Leon Trotsky’s work is that what he wrote was what he believed, and what he did–including his murders–reflected that.

By the time Leonid Brezhnev became Premier, the USSR was little more than a rotting husk of an empire mouldering upon a core of lies. It is hard to say whether anyone much believed in Communism, the USSR, the World Proletariat, or any of that by 1977. What the average apparatchik did believe was that lying was the best way to get by. So everyone just lied. The men at the top lied to keep their jobs. The military commanders lied about their armaments to keep Americans fearing Soviet strength. The common man lied about his happiness to keep his family safe.  The apparatchiks lied to keep the people subservient.  The industrial planners lied about production numbers to stay out of Siberia. You lied, lied, and lied some more, hoping that it would get better, or that at least you’d be able to lie your way to a comfortable retirement, perhaps near the Black Sea. 

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Analyzing Skyrimism

So you wish to maintain a White super-majority in America, and you’re growing increasingly desperate in the face of the growing Hispanic population? I mean, desperate times call for desperate measures, right?  It’s time to take over, and dismantle the Union! We need a fresh start; a White racial state within North America! We’re too far gone! This is what our founding fathers would have wanted if they knew about this demographic change! What will become of our race? The most powerful military in the world will leave the hands of Whites! We must act now!

Slow down there, champ.
Slow down there, champ.

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June 6, 2014

Had to be at the VA hospital on the anniversary of D-Day.

Not a single sign, banner, or posting about the significance of this day or the thousands of American men who gave their lives could be found.

But there was a banner to celebrate this:

I’m glad our country has it’s priorities straight.

Progress Is Code For Gangbang Porn

Source: Anti-Racism is a Code Word for Anti-White

Some people seem to be upset that a porn star is encouraging women to have sex with illegal immigrants.  Honestly, I was triggered as well, but not because my race is threatened by some dark-colored penises in some light-colored holes.

While it is interesting that pornography is now branding itself “progressive,” this only reinforces my argument that what is supposedly a philosophy is really a sales pitch.

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The Truth is Out There: Paranoid Liberal Conspiracy Theories

For a group that tries to make rational objectivity and scientific evaluation part of their very identity, you would think liberals would be somewhat immunized from credulously plunging into popular myths and downright paranoid conspiracy theories. Apparently believing yourself to be intellectually superior to the average bear actually makes one more prone to errors in reasoning. Here are a few hilariously blatant pieces of fiction that have become points of faith for the progressive Democrat crowd.


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5 Comfortable Troofs about Feminism

Trying to help out our good friends at Cracked. Crack is still whack.

Up until recently, you probably thought that the “feminist” movement was just a weird fad among women who wanted to stop men from having fun, depressed hags who wanted to misdirect their sexual frustrations, no more or less important to your day-to-day life than, say, people providing bad movie reviews or complaining that video games don’t like them. But then something like the UCSB shooting happens, and feminists want to blame the patriarchy for the killing of two women, while ignoring the four men killed, and you have to ask yourself: Is this group actually a problem?

Anita Sarkeesian
Anita Sarkeesian

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A Conversation With Cantwell: The Use Of Force

This past year I have made the acquaintance of Free State Project darling Christopher Cantwell.  You know: “Anarchist, Atheist, Asshole.”  No beating around the bush with this fellow.

As most anarchists tend to be overly pedantic and/or petulant, I can put away my biases on matters of governance long enough to appreciate Cantwell’s acerbic and sometimes over-the-top rhetoric.  Blunt assertions about killing cops and soldiers, while perhaps triggering, is a hell of a lot more compelling than trying to pretend you are a  Vulcan while discussing very human matters.

The answer to human problems is not being human at all.
The answer to human problems is not being human at all.

Yesterday Chris posted an article questioning his position on the use of force, offering new perspectives on the matter.  Though I find myself disagreeing with a goodly number of points in this article, I am encouraged by his frankness regarding uncertainty on some very fundamental matters.  While he attempts to limit his focus to use of force, I’m certain he recognizes that this matter has implications for perhaps the entirety of his thinking.

Hence the title: I seek a conversation, and look forward to any response Chris may have in the future.

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Savagery as Sainthood

This wonderful little gem has been finding its way around Being Liberal, Occupy Wall Street, and other such useless congregations of drooling buffoonery on Facebook, and other media outlets. It has come to my attention that this post isn’t really new, but for those who have yet to see it, here is the original post in all of its post-enlightenment glory:

From the original post
From the original post

“In this African tribe, when someone does something harmful, they take the person to the center of the village where the whole tribe comes and surrounds them.

For two days, they will say to the man all the good things that he has done.

The tribe believes that each human being comes into the world as good. Each one of us only desiring safety, love, peace and happiness.

But sometimes, in the pursuit of these things, people make mistakes.

The community sees those mistakes as a cry for help.

They unite then to lift him, to reconnect him with his true nature, to remind him who he really is, until he fully remembers the truth of which he had been temporarily disconnected: “I am good.”

Shikoba Nabajyotisaikia!

NABAJYOTISAIKIA, is a compliment used in South Africa and means: “I respect you, I cherish you. You matter to me.” In response, people say SHIKOBA, which is: “So, I exist for you.”

Cool story bro. Unfortunately, it’s not one bit true.

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The Cult of Anti-racism

This is not another article to condemn either racism or anti-racism. What it intends to explore is what the real “progressive” objection to racism seems to be.

Take whatever stance on the issue you will, but I can see having a problem with people expressly and purposely treating others differently on account of race and rejecting those who do treat others that way.  Call that disparate treatment of others genuine racism.

However, with the recent drama surrounding “racist” comments by the likes of Cliven Bundy and Donald Sterling, no one actually cares about genuine racism anymore. It’s all about use of speech in unapproved ways.

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