The new guidelines on “Toxic” masculinity

The new guidelines on “Toxic” masculinity

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Western Civilization documentaries: Connections 2 by James Burke

Western Civilization documentaries: Connections 2 by James Burke

16 years after the first Connections series came out, James Burke came back with a follow-up in 1994 and includes references to the additional technological advances in that time frame. The content is largely similar but this one has a format of 20 half an hour episodes rather than 10…

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Aesop’s fable: The she-goats and their beards

Aesop’s fable: The she-goats and their beards

A short time ago I remember glancing at an article which mentioned the name Aesop. Odd name I thought but didn’t think much more about it. A couple of days ago I had a dream which repeated the phrase “mosap’s fables” repeatedly. Mosap appears to be some proposed lunar roving vehicle from…

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Western civilization documentaries: Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation

Western civilization documentaries: Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation

The British and American spelling of civilization is different…  Anyway, when I first started /r/darkenlightenment a few years ago one of the earlier posts I made was a youtube link compilation of the thirteen episodes of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation series. Civilisation focuses on the changes in Western philosophy, art, and…

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115 lb female “Fire Fighter”

115 lb female “Fire Fighter”

  There was a reddit thread in /r/fitness in which a 115 lb woman somehow qualified to undergo fire fighter training. Here is her original post(archive): Hey Reddit!   So I accomplished a huge dream and kicked ass at my PAT today for fire school. I’m pretty short at 5’2…

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Star Trek: Voyager’s anti-false rape allegation episode. No really.

Star Trek: Voyager’s anti-false rape allegation episode. No really.

[Image source, no affiliation with atavisionary.com] [There will be spoilers, I will note where they start] Star Trek has long been known to be thinly concealed propaganda for the left. In almost every episode (and movie) there is a “moral” of the story which (almost) always coincides with some popular…

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Lesbians are Sub-standard, Imitation Men

Lesbians are Sub-standard, Imitation Men

For the most part, I consider lesbians/feminists to be essentially the same group because of the degree of overlap. At least if you restrict the meaning of “feminist” to include only those actively and fervently going out to protest or causing various problems with some intensity. I consider a woman…

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Standardized Tests and Propaganda

Standardized Tests and Propaganda

Now that I am finished writing my book and it is in the process of being published I have been looking for a more traditional vocation. While I look for another job, or possibly start up a business, I have been doing 1 on 1 tutoring sessions for high school…

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Jumping the Shark: How Cultural Marxism is Set to Ruin GitHub

Jumping the Shark: How Cultural Marxism is Set to Ruin GitHub

[title reference explanation] Though I know how to do some basic coding, I would not call myself a programmer. As such, I have never spent any time in the open source community; a major subset of which is facilitated in their efforts by the company GitHub. GitHub apparently provides server…

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We’re not in Kansas anymore

We’re not in Kansas anymore

I have been planning to write this cladistics post which looks at the history of Kansas and its connection with the Cathedral for some time. Recently, Occam’s Razor had yet another post where he tries to say that progressivism is 100% Jewish and not Christian which convinced me it was…

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Wikipedia in Action on Race

Wikipedia in Action on Race

I like to refer to Lewontin’s fallacy frequently when debating people who deny the biological basis of race. Wikipedia, while clearly not perfect, did have a reasonable article (at least for quick referral of lay-people) on the paper written by W.F. Edwards which coined “Lewontin’s fallacy.”(1) A brief overview is…

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Conversation with a Blue Pill Churchian

Conversation with a Blue Pill Churchian

Though I am not religious, I do have some Christian friends. These friends tend to be more independently minded and have some serious gripes with the average church because of some commonly held, yet arguably unbiblical beliefs many church congregations share. Last night, I was hanging out with these friends…

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Why are there no conservative comedians?

Why are there no conservative comedians?

[Link to image creator, visit his site. Its great] I found an interesting article from The Atlantic (ya, I know, but this one was alright). It wonders why there are no conservative comedians. As is typical, they don’t come anywhere close to understanding the problem of telling jokes from a…

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How Standardized Testing Undervalues Men

How Standardized Testing Undervalues Men

This is a modified excerpt from Smart and Sexy by Roderick Kaine. IQ testing and research has been around for over 100 years. Though it is often a controversial issue, the fact remains that more than any other psychological trait studied, IQ scores contain a remarkable amount of predictive power…

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A Neoreactionary Analysis and Review of “12 Angry Men”

A Neoreactionary Analysis and Review of “12 Angry Men”

[Spoiler alert] I recommend you watch the movie before reading this review, which includes a summary. If you have already seen it or don’t care, read on. It is currently available on Net Flix. 12 Angry Men is about a jury of twelve (all white) men who must decide whether or…

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