Most people are eager to trot out all sorts of criticisms about corporations, but they never dare apply those exact same criticisms to their State. Bitbutter takes one minute to point out that irrationality.
I'd love to see them answered.
It's propaganda of the worst quality, it is unfit for all but the most corrupted minds, and it's doomed to fail.
Mussolini famously said that fascism is the merger of corporation and State. Learn how 21st century fascism works to control your mind.
One look at their tactics and the answer will become clear.
A reprint from Vox Day's famous guide to surviving a social justice hate mob.
A step-by-step checklist of the program SJWs use to gain hegemony over a community.
The current moral fashions make the heritability of intelligence a taboo topic. Lots of people confuse population data averages with the ability to draw conclusions about a single individual. Worse still, many people erroneously believe the lie of IQism — the erroneous belief that being more intelligent makes them better or more moral. Let's end the taboo, the confusion and the lie at once — listen to this series of conversations with experts on intelligence.
Phobia used to mean irrational fear, and phobic people were treated with sympathy and understanding. In the lips of a SJW, "phobia" is entirely different — it is an insult they use to induce shame and guilt on their victims. Here is a video from Dave Cullen explaining how the SJW cadre has destroyed the very meaning of the word "phobia".
Explained with a comfy furniture analogy.
How does it feel, and why does it feel that way? (Not much has changed since 2011!)
How cultural Marxism is degenerating our society into a perpetual state of denial about basic facts. Explained through a metaphor for ease of understanding.
The geekiest way to prepare your e-liquid.
One must focus not just on what is seen, but also what is unseen.
Feminism and emancipation were never about equality — they were about justice and freedom. Equality (of outcome, of opportunity, et cetera) is a wildcard that supplants impartiality and freedom of opportunity. Don't let people fool you into thinking equality is a moral virtue!
What do people mean when they say "that's just your truth" or "we have different truths"? Let's tackle that philosophical brain fart with Steve Patterson.
Collectivism, Marxist ideas of exploitation, hate for capitalism, coercion, authoritarianism, self-serving cronyism — it's all of that, and then more!
A now-classic satirical video by excellent That Guy T, which explains the tense hypocrisy the definition of "feminism" and the demands that self-professed feminists make.
That Guy T takes a moment to help us reflect about racial pride.
What is privilege theory? Let's find out.
Yuri Bezmenov — defector of the Soviet Union — tells us his story about espionage and deception waged by the Communists on the West.
Because some must have more equal rights than others.
Beautiful video by bitbutter, based on an essay by Roderick T. Long.
No matter how you try, you can't force your blockchain on anyone else. We have a good idea of how such an attempt would turn out, so let's go over it.
Copyright and privacy cannot coexist. Society is at a crossroads where only one of these will exist in the future, and the copyright industry has been working hard to erode privacy to protect its obsolete business. It’s time to acknowledge the conflict and accept that copyright enforcement need to be actively prevented in order to safeguard fundamental rights.
Tom Woods and Jonathan Haidt sit down and discuss and how universities are systematically teaching people to evaluate arguments with the Marxist framework of skin color rather than merit, and how to change that toxic social justice indoctrination trend.
Tom Woods sits down with Vox Day and discusses the mind virus in question.
Lew Rockwell takes us through the many ways in which the left — and its modern expression, cultural Marxism — is totalitarian and inhuman.
Cultural Marxism has dominated traditional media. Now, it is coming to your social media. You may not be interested in it, but it is very much interested in you.
Sargon of Akkad takes apart common feminist gobbledygook responses to concerns that people have about the faddish third-wave feminism ideology.