“His fight [...] saw mobs break up his meetings with stink bombs and his banners ripped down. He finally could not rent a hall. His friends deserted him. Police raided his office and his home. The [...] censor banned some of his writings. He was flooded with hate mail. The government finally jailed him [...].” … Continue reading Been There, Done That
If I drive my car on a road anywhere in the world, and I see a traffic sign ahead signalling a speed limit, I know that from the location of that traffic sign, the speed limit it displays is valid. It is my responsibility as a driver timely to adjust my speed. If my current … Continue reading Creeping Corruption and the Rule of Law
The proposition that all men should be generically punished at no particular time and at all times because some men at some times take the opportunity to use more than one seat in public transportation when more than one seat are available, known as the principle of man-spreading, is here shown in all its fake-ness … Continue reading Fem-spreading
In an incident that could easily be pigeonholed as “Acts of Divine Justice” or “The Darwin Awards for Stupidity”, four Western cyclists in southwestern Tajikistan were recently intentionally mowed down and killed by Moslem activists. But why don’t we stop for a moment and think just what it is in our consciousness, wisdom or experience … Continue reading Rosa Parks in Tajikistan
Taken from The Kindergarden of Eden. See Evan Sayet’s speech here. Läs denna text på svenska här. 1. Indiscriminateness—the total rejection of the intellectual process—is an absolute moral imperative. 2. Indiscriminateness of thought does not lead to indiscriminateness of policies. It leads to siding only and always with the lesser over the better, the wrong … Continue reading Evan Sayet’s Four Laws of Modern Liberalism
In a leader appearing in the June 16th issue of The Economist, an English main-stream media publication, a case is made that Russia should free Russian film maker Oleg Sentsov, who has been imprisoned under harsh conditions for making his political views public, political views which embarrass the political leadership of Russia. It is a … Continue reading Fake News: The Bleeding Heart of The Economist
In a childish and ill-informed statement on the eve of the German general elections, Jean Asselborn, Luxembourg’s minister for foreign affairs, displays his total inadequacy not only intellectually and scholarly, but also professionally. In the elections, the somewhat conservative party Alternative für Deutschland or AfD, which has risen to fill the void left on the … Continue reading S.O.D. #8: Jean Asselborn: Neoteny No News
No, of course she didn’t. Chanelle Helm, cofounder and core organizer of Black Lives Matter Louisville, wrote a nazi manifesto. And it’s despicable. A shame on Ms. Helm! This article in Snopes, from which the paraphrase in this article’s title is taken, tries it very best to libsplain how the blatantly national socialist manifesto of Ms. … Continue reading Did a Black Lives Matter Activist “Write a List of Recommendations about What Wealthy White People Can Do to Help Eradicate Racial Injustice”?
In an unexpectedly political move, the city of Chicago has placed a piece of artwork in front of the headquarters of The Chicago Tribune and CNBC denoting these as outlets of really fake news.
See Jordan B. Peterson’s speech here. Läs denna text på svenska här. 1. The fundamental assumptions of Western civilization are valid. 2. Peaceful social being is preferable to isolation and to war. In consequence, it justly and rightly demands some sacrifice of individual impulse and idiosyncrasy. 3. Hierarchies of competence are desirable and should be … Continue reading Dr. Jordan B. Peterson’s Twelve Tenets of a Viable 21st Century Conservatism