Posts from ‘October, 2011’

Becoming a zombie

Modernity offers us few truly potent metaphors because it is an anti-metaphorical time. We like our truths cut up into little bits that we can control, not vast unsettling realizations that spur us on to do more with our time. A simple Obey! Consume! Reproduce! Vote! Equality! is the kind of message we like, and…

Duality

Most of us can focus on one thing at a time. What happens when both parties in an interaction are wrong? For example, Dan and Dave are neighbors. Dan wants to put in a new fence, and thinks it should be two feet closer to Dave’s house than it is now. Dave thinks the fence…

Proles versus Elites: a review of the protests, part I

For some time on this website there has been a raging debate about the banking system, the protests, occupy movements, and who’s to blame for it all. In the discussion there’s basically two sides. Side one points out that the captains of industry got where they are by hard labour and a degree of talent….

Beta-ness

Last week, something vastly important happened to the men’s rights movement. It turned on itself, and through this, it will grow. So far, the movement has been mostly hijacked by FMRAs (Feminist Men’s Rights Activists), who are people who want equal rights for men, with the high cost of making men feel that they are…

Imperfection

A good deal of our lives can be wasted raging against the imperfection we perceive in life. It seems that for every good thing, there is an equal and opposite reaction that is just as bad as the good is good. For example, we are born; thus we must die. To love something means to…

The Rainbow Death

“Long, long ago, it is said, there was a mighty civilization, where we now sit. Beneath our feet, throughout this forest, lay an endless glory of buildings, the likes of which we have never seen. It was a place of miracles, where a man might live past eighty years, enjoying riches beyond imagining. There was…

PUAs

The underlying tension in the men’s rights movement has reached a boil, with PUAs on one side and more comprehensive advocates on the other. PUAs want you to believe that the symbol is more important than the reality. This way, even if you’re Corner Office Joe with a meaningless job, meaningless apartment, and lack of…

Backlash against globalism

In a previous post, our two options for future civilization were revealed: Managerial. Like attending a job, days at an American high school or going to a mall, the managerial state consists of people who have nothing in common except wanting to make money and not get murdered. As a result, a strong nanny/police state…

Globalism loves diversity

As mentioned in a previous post, globalism is an extension of liberalism, and since 1789 it has been re-making the world in its own image. Globalism is a method by which individuals unite into a crowd to demand no oversight, no social hierarchy, no shared values and no requirements for interacting with civilization except the…

Emulation

A word from experience: do not emulate your enemies. They are better at their tactics than you are, and they are your enemies because you are from the opposite side of the values spectrum. Otherwise, you’d be allies. At GROIN we have for some time lamented the tendency of MRAs to merely imitate feminists, initiating…

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