Degeneracy · Society

When Degeneracy is Far Away: Moving to the Countryside and Initial Impressions

I grew up in a small village but almost my entire adult life I spent in degenerate big cities. At first, I enjoyed this quite a bit, and this also led to the unforeseen outcome of me writing books about picking up women. As I got older, I also reflected more on not only myself… Continue reading When Degeneracy is Far Away: Moving to the Countryside and Initial Impressions

Black Pill · Gender Dynamics · Women

“Everybody is always so happy to help!”

I recently had to sit in in a few panel interviews as part of the interview process of some senior candidates. For the sake of showcasing diversity, we also had two women take part in it, even though one could question whether their level of experience warranted their inclusion, but this was clearly not the… Continue reading “Everybody is always so happy to help!”

Gaming · Social Justice · Society · Technology

Saints Row (2022): An Honest Review of the Game of the Century

When news broke about the new Saints Row game, I was, as many others, appalled by what I saw. The graphics were bland, the story seemed laughable, and the main characters did not immediately appeal to me. However, due to some industry contacts, I was able to get a review code of Saints Row (2022)… Continue reading Saints Row (2022): An Honest Review of the Game of the Century

Democracy · Elites · Society

Sanna Marin and the Issue of Elite Control of Female Politicians

It seems that in modern Western democracies, the standard process for elite control of male politicians is based on sexual coercion. In the past, closeted sodomites were ideal politicians because sexual attraction centered around the anuses of other men was not a predilection that society was ready to embrace. Some other, and more pedestrian, schemes… Continue reading Sanna Marin and the Issue of Elite Control of Female Politicians

Society · Subversion

Salman Rushdie and the Problem of Defending your Culture

As you may have read in the news, the author Salman Rushdie got knifed down at a public event the other day. The context is that over two decades ago Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa in response to Rushdie’s blasphemous book The Satanic Verses. There is the flippant saying, “fuck around and find out”, which… Continue reading Salman Rushdie and the Problem of Defending your Culture

Society

Degeneracy Destroys Everything, Culture and Society Alike

This morning I read a fairly lengthy article on The Unz Review on how the men behind the curtain brought down decency laws in Australia. They used the then latest book by the Jewish author Philip Roth, Portnoy’s Complaint, to launch a concerted campaign to that effect. Once that was done, Australia got flooded with… Continue reading Degeneracy Destroys Everything, Culture and Society Alike

Relationships · Women

Amber Heard and the Female Drive for Self-Destruction

I paid some attention to the recent court battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. The highlight reels I watched made for some pretty good entertainment. The most infamous revelation was that she took a dump on the maternal bed to send some kind of signal. If I recall correctly, this happened because, after an… Continue reading Amber Heard and the Female Drive for Self-Destruction

Gender Dynamics · SJWs · Society · Women

Women Going Her Own Way and Economic Conditions

A professional acquaintance of mine is a manager in a UK tech startup. As he was getting a lot of pressure from HR to diversify his hiring, he thought he found a good workaround by taking on an intern. The candidate he got was originally from Eastern Europe and, so she told him in the… Continue reading Women Going Her Own Way and Economic Conditions

Article Requests · Relationships

Moving on From a Failed Relationship

I received the following article request: I’ve come across a few articles on reddit on men who have struggle moving on after a relationship has ended. Some of these men are still yearning for their exes after seven-ten years (wanting to get back together again). I don’t quite understand what the underlying issue is, but I can… Continue reading Moving on From a Failed Relationship

Democracy · Politics · Scamdemic

The SCOTUS Abortion Ruling and Vaxx-Induced Infertility

I made some rather curious observations recently. First, when there is a big legal debate behind the scenes, there is normally a lot of fake debate in the mainstream media. The right to bear arms is one example. This is a constant topic in US mainstream media. Yet, the very recent turn of events in… Continue reading The SCOTUS Abortion Ruling and Vaxx-Induced Infertility

Democracy

You won’t be able to shower or keep the lights on, but you will be happy!

The elites are manically working on the Great Destruction that is supposed to usher in paradise (for them). As you know, by 2030, you will own nothing and you will be happy. The fake Covid pandemic already destroyed many livelihoods. While billionaires and big corporations thrived, SMEs imploded in surprising numbers, and now people are… Continue reading You won’t be able to shower or keep the lights on, but you will be happy!

Community

Social Retardation: PUAs and the “Based Incel Warrior”

A while ago a video made the rounds in which a guy goes around, insulting a bunch of scantily dressed women and, upon receiving a less than favorable response, pepper sprays them, supposedly in self-defense. On an aside, I came across the video first with the attached claim that this incel goes around harassing prostitutes.… Continue reading Social Retardation: PUAs and the “Based Incel Warrior”

Society

Stupid Teachers are a Feature of the System, not a Bug

On my other blog I lamented that the dumbest people imaginable end up becoming teachers. This is not an exaggeration. Bottom-tier high school graduates go into Education, which is the major with the lowest average IQ. I recall studies claiming that the average IQ among students is around 97, and, fittingly, faculty in Education are… Continue reading Stupid Teachers are a Feature of the System, not a Bug