Archive for the ‘Culture’ category

Deciding for yourself how to live vs being a slave to society

May 18, 2016

The title is the theme I got from that blog post, courtesy of various old references from Bookworm.

It almost reads like a romance plot line, which is probably why it stayed stuck in Book’s mind for some time.

I’ll call it the story of “True Love” vs biological lust or social acceptance. Which links it to the Japanese stories. I’m satisfied with that.

A weird alliance

May 5, 2016

This is kind of weird seeing it now but better late than never. It’s a speech conference at U of Mass. circa 2016 ish.

Some kind of privilege there

April 22, 2016

What happens when the new OJ is up for trial. Also has a vid for those interested in H2H survival.

Actually it’s about the violence in PC games

April 19, 2016

This is some additional news about violence in video and pc games. In reply to that general topic:

Most of this is about a trade war between Hollywood having a monopoly on selling violence vs video and computer games, who are Hollywood’s direct and probably superior competitor right now.

AAA games make more than many movies now a days. Certainly compared to the frequency of Paramount’s Star Trek license franchise.

They should try out Homeland and see if they can indoctrinate Americans into becoming insurgents, that would be pretty funny to simulate.

Any kind of interactive game, including the smart phone apps, are conditioning tools, designed to make weapons out of humans. For livestock, it was animal training, where the interaction was with other humans. Here, programs are written to interact with humans instead, in order to have a vast cadre to do the work, that exists only as code and info on the wireless waves.

The problem, fortunate or not, is that properly socialized humans are very difficult to condition to kill their conscience or to obey commands without question. The military uses boot training to de condition civilians, but even in WWII the effects weren’t exactly optimal. With the addition of Pavlovian training methods on the range, Vietnam and Desert Storm kill effectiveness increased, along with PTSD too.

That’s because even if you can get a human to pull the trigger on command, that doesn’t quite kill his conscience forever. It wakes up as they get older and they start remembering and doubting the justification of their orders or the results of their own actions. For warriors, the culture takes hold of it, much like Islam does. When your entire family and culture praises you for massacring enemy babies and women, it’s easy to feel good. No PTSD whatsoever there, well except for the traitors, who Islam tends to execute as apostates and homos pretty quickly.

Games are a good first step in getting a person to pull the trigger on command, but much more needs to be done to train proper death squads, terrorists, insurgents, spies, hunters, killers, warriors, and saboteurs. Hollywood doesn’t have it, nor does getting it really provide them more profit.

P.S. The title is a reference to Beamdog’s Baldur’s Gate expansion.

Here’s another interesting source. Look at the comments specifically, for a look at how game devs think of the intricacies involved.

Internet videos reacting to feminism

March 16, 2016

Some of what the younger generation thinks of feminism on mass media these days.

This American State of Ours : To whom does it belong

March 3, 2016

Sometimes a war can’t be won with just a few short term battles.

Trump and the Alternative Right

February 25, 2016


Red Pill cultural article about their generation connecting with Tolkien and his generation.

Much though modern conditions have changed feminine circumstances, and the detail of what is considered propriety, they have not changed natural instinct. A man has a life-work, a career, (and male friends), all of which could (and do where he has any guts) survive the shipwreck of ‘love’. A young woman, even one ‘economically independent’, as they say now(it usually really means economic subservience to male commercial employers instead of to a father or a family), begins to think of the ‘bottom drawer’ and dream of a home, almost at once.

I found that line interesting, because I also have come to the same conclusions, independently. But on to the main point.

Trump is no John Adams, because Trump is a follower, not a leader or originator of the Resistance in America.

Generation wise, Trump is too old. The reverse engineering of America has been made by Leftists for decades now. And the resistance has only cropped up recently, due to the internet.

Trump is merely riding the wave of popularity, as he has always done. If he was engaged in social engineering, it would have been on the side of the Leftist alliance, not on the side of the Red Pill or the Alt Right.

As for people wanting information on the Alternative Right, they should check the blogs and the culture. Learning the culture, will allow them to understand the politics, which will also allow them to understand why the Alt Right supports Trump as President.

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[Most of this was in reply to or inspired by internet comments concerning recent political shenanigans in the United States of America]


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