Posts from ‘January, 2005’

Spiritually Healthy Attitudes Toward Dissidence

If you are of reasonable intelligence, you can plan ahead, and in fact favor thinking toward the long term for any big decisions. For this reason, you recognize that our society is slowly heading toward self destruction as it consumes irreplaceable resources and ecosystems while expanding at no particular level of merit; the piles of…

Crowds and Mathematics

I. A wholesale discount store provides a good way to observe the winners in this society. Obviously, most items are made by giant corporations far from wherever you buy them; equally obviously, since the quality doesn’t vary wherever you buy them, it’s important to get them cheaply. Further, any idiot who was half-awake in high…

Dysfunctionality

You can tell the fan’s about to get messy when delusion prevails, and inward strength is seen as a distant second to showy displays of public importance. The latter is how you get a room full of people who barely know you, and don’t really care, to think you’re doing something “good” – but because…

Passage

Not every civilization is founded the same way. It might be as simple as a small tribe leaving another civilization and wandering until they find a space that “will do,” and then they begin the long process of creation: building shelter, cultivating animals and fields, defending against enemies and starting institutions of learning, spirituality and…

Continuity Movement

Continuity Movement was an early attempt at expressing an eternal fusion between radical traditionalism and information theory, and was hosted at continuity.us from 2005-2012. We live in fractured times. There are many parts to what we must do, but no belief to unify them. Continuity Movement is a secular values system that unifies politics, society…

Green

The first casualty of any populist system is the ability to exist in a non-partisan activity. Since your power results from marshaling together a group and getting them to exert the weight of numbers, you have to dumb down your ideas to the point where a group can accept them and agree on them. Since…

Slavery

Recently, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) got in a firefight with the liberal Jewish establishment because PETA dared compare the extermination of Jews in Europe to humanity’s practice of mass farming and then slaughtering animals. The Jewish establishment wants to believe that the “Holocaust” was a singular event in all of…

Surviving Multiculturalism

In the end stages of every great civilization, several things happen. First, impetus is lost: people no longer have an urge to create civilization as, heck, it’s already here, let’s enjoy it and not think too hard, because the people that made this place, they took life too seriously, man. Second, consensus is lost, in…

Beyond Racism: Race is Important, Racism is Not

In an egalitarian society, there is no greater taboo than that of inequality, and the worst of all of those taboo breakages is to assert that the races are not equal. In this article, I’ll show through reference to some sources that the races aren’t equal, but that the question of race lies outside of…

On Personality

We live in a society of the ego. The individual is king, and there’s no higher goal than saving a life, or finding a new way to respect the lifestyle choices of others. While to anyone who has studied history, this is like steering a ship by having each oarsman row in different directions, to…

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