Getting into this box is what's best for both of us. During your time in the box, you will learn so much, and yet experience so little. It's a wild ride, my friend, one well worth the time spent...and let's face it, you don't have much to do these days anyway.

Monday, 1 April 2013

Peering out of the box - 1/4/2013.

Sultan Knish - Inequality for all.
The civil rights movement is dead. In place of any real urge for equality is a determination to perpetuate inequality in order to keep the movement going. It's as if everyone wanted to keep the great feeling of winning WW2 alive by landing at Normandy, shelling random tourists and then invading Paris to liberate it from the Nazis while refusing to listen to the Parisians when they insist that the Nazi armies are long gone and all that's left are a bunch of skinheads listening to bad music.
Inequality in the name of equality has become an institution. It has become the institution that justifies all the other institutions of government and academia. If discrimination ever disappeared beyond the ability of modern eight-wave bigotry researchers to discover it in episodes of classic television shows and random interracial interactions, then the entire modern state would simply collapse.
To quote Aurini: nature produces inequality, so where does equality come from? The state, of course.

Naked Capitalism - More on devolution and the Walmartization of our economy.
It’s become fashionable to discuss the creeping decay in advanced economies, particularly the US, both in term of third worldification and end of empire. The more apocalyptic turn to theories of collapse from writers like Jared Diamond and Jacques Tainter. But I think they miss one aspect that may prove to be important, that of how the pursuit of efficiency doesn’t always produce net gains, as economic theory might tell us. The measure of productivity, more stuff per unit input, misses how service/product quality can deteriorate. Some of this is deliberate: I have readers in comments regularly lament how old durable goods and tools were more reliable and lasted longer than contemporary versions. But there are other aspects of the downside of the willy-nilly pursuit of efficiency that have become so routine we accept these indignities and often don’t recognize them.
The Soul is not a Smithy - Taking Down The Cathedral and Lindy West is Fat and Smelly.
But I'm not holding out for this. Men are becoming more effeminate. In Ireland they've started giving kids medication for getting in fights with other kids. Hooray en aw. Fat fucks fat. The rolls of rotundy goodness will be more than enough for the bitter gamma male and there wilnae be enough, second servings will be demanded. MRA's will sell out their own cause for the faintest whiff of cock pounded snatch. But this is important. Enough lassies on the side of masculine, powerful men, and Simone De Wrinkle will be nothing more than an unpleasant footnote in history. Not that a cunt like myself is confident mind you. There are some people who are going to be sacrificed at the alter of reality and there is nothing you can do about it but motor on in your own noble way. Vertiginous, espousing crap, taking a walk down isles of cinder. Let the dead bury the dead ken. 
The Economic Collapse Blog - This Is What It Feels Like To Have Your Life Savings Confiscated By The Global Elite
Sadly, the truth is that the politicians will lie to you all the way up until the very day that they confiscate your money.

You can believe our "leaders" when they swear that nothing like this will ever happen in the United States, in Canada or in other European nations if you want.

But I don't believe them.
We're not going to confiscate your money, we promise. We really do.


Vault-Co - Oh right, So Vault-Co Was Telling The Truth, Everybody Else You Know Was Lying
 You know, That 20 year cold snap, following immediately on the heels of being warned by scienmajists that GLOBAL WARMING HAD BEGUN some 20 years ago.

The evidence has contradicted their theories for two decades, they admit. But that doesn't mean their theory is wrong. It is really a matter of faith, they explain. You can't let a little thing like evidence and facts stand in the way of something that is important for people to believe in. Exactly like a religion except it is different.

Tempesttcup - Introverted Girls (part 1 – finding them)
The introvert girl is the one that takes a book to the bar during happy hour. Or really, the one reading a book in public. In fact, this might be a way to get past her defenses; sit next to her & open a book & start reading. Now of course, with the ubiquitous smart phone, she will be reading something on her phone about Gut Flora or whatever is her latest obsession.
As the manosphere says, though, I'd be wary of taking relationship advice from a girl. It's worth a read, at any rate.

1 comment:

  1. You are absolutely correct to be wary of taking relationship advice from a girl - since I am female I can only guess at things!

    Since I'm not going out & dating females, I can't tell you what works for me. When I tell what I think might work ON me, I don't really know for sure because there's what I think & then there's what actually works. You can ask my husband, though!