REVIEW: SJWs Always Double Down – Vox Day (Castelia House, 2017)

Rewind for a second.  It’s 2016 again.  Donald Trump is allegedly in last-place during the Republican primaries.  Google has been accused, though as of yet no evidence has actually come forward that would convince the Left, of being so compromised by SJWs that they’re censoring and omitting search results with their engine.  Facebook, also, has been accused of burying conservative articles in the newsfeed.  Twitter’s been kicking people off their platform.  But so far, the fact that nearly every relevant person of interest who has been censored, de-platformed, or buried under cat videos and Buzzfeed drivel has been center-right or right-leaning is just, as they claim, a narrative.  They insist: there’s nothing there.  We all remember that year, and we also remember the vindication that came the following year: there was not only something there, there was a whole shitstorm there. Continue reading “REVIEW: SJWs Always Double Down – Vox Day (Castelia House, 2017)”

The Last Jedi is a Failure, Part 5 – The Mouse Is Hungry

This has been an overlong analysis, but now it finally pays off.  What was the purpose of this film?  Why was it actually made, and why was it made so seemingly incompetently?  What did Disney hope to gain from it all?  Was it just a marketing endeavor?  Was the virtue signalling just the cherry on top?  Not exactly.  The Mouse is a bit more sinister than that. Continue reading “The Last Jedi is a Failure, Part 5 – The Mouse Is Hungry”

Borders Imply Walls

Trump recently rolled out his new immigration plan, and it is, to put it mildly, absolutely great.  It does away with the bizarre, randomized lottery system for immigrants, extended family visas, and the priorities placed on the importation of unskilled workers.  Instead, it values—as America does—those with English language proficiency, previous experience in good jobs, entrepreneurial ambitions, and skills that extend beyond picking fruit or wielding a weed-whacker.  That seems completely reasonable, so naturally, the Left has reacted in their predictable fashion: call the President of the United States a white supremacist.

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A Brief Book Guide (Part I)

As traditionalism, conservatism, the alt-right, libertarianism, and “classical liberalism” have been gaining footing around internet communities and college-aged kids these days, disenfranchised young right-wingers may find themselves awash in a culture of lies and contradictions without any stable footing.  What is the right wing, and is it for me?  How do I escape this leftist nonsense?  How can I even identify the things that are wrong when the whole system seems wrong?  If these questions sound familiar, then you’ve come to the right place.  If they don’t sound familiar, that’s fine; you’re in the right place anyway. Continue reading “A Brief Book Guide (Part I)”

Welcome to the Brave New World of Social Justice

I have no idea whether they speak English in What, as that is a question I am not sure has ever been answered.  But going off my own experiences, they sure don’t speak English in the land of social justice. Instead, it would seem that doublespeak is the official language there, and if you dare try to press 2 for English, then off to the gallows for you.  Allow me to explain. Continue reading “Welcome to the Brave New World of Social Justice”

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