Do you want to undermine the Matriarchy? Then stop fucking.

April 10, 2011

Seriously. What is it that drives the matriarchal control of men today? What is it that the matriarchy manipulates to achieve their goals?

The answer is obvious: it’s the sex drive of men.

If you want to take power back, stop doing what your enemy wants you to do: stop fucking. Stop hooking up, stop going to bars and clubs, stop behaving like there is nothing more to being a man than dipping your wick. Stop fucking.

Watch how quickly the feminists panic when they have nothing to hold over you anymore: “Do as we say, or you’ll never get laid again!”

Answer them: “Fine–I’ll never get laid again.” Watch what happens.


Somebody didn’t get the memo…

February 24, 2011

Wasn’t there some memo circulated around the DNC about toning down the violent rhetoric after the Gabrielle Giffords shooting?

I’m betting that Capuano is now wishing his life had a Rewind/Delete switch:

At the very least, he needs a Mute button.


In the real world, you’re going to get your ass kicked.

February 17, 2011

That’s the moral of the Lara Logan story. Naturally, it pisses a lot of people off that reality refuses to conform to the wants and desires of spoiled children masquerading as adults in the West. But, like the rest of the Gods of the Copybook Headings, it doesn’t give a shit how empowered you are, how educated you are, how enlightened you are, or how multicultural you are. The world does not respect you. Lara Logan got off easy–look what happened to Veronica Guerin.

Learn the lesson, or get your ass handed to you on a platter.

Edit: Just thought of a better example than Veronica Guerin—Madalyn Murray O’Hair. O’Hair thought there was no situation that she couldn’t handle–and within the artificial environment of civilized society, she would have been right (she certainly handled school prayer easily enough). But then she ran into the real world in the form of David Roland Waters–a man she hired despite knowing his violent past. She paid for that with her life, and those of her son and granddaughter. Live and learn, or get your ass kicked–or canceled.


One day, you, too, will get old and die–just like me.

February 7, 2011

Well, I’m definitely going to die; how old I’ll be when it finally happens is a bit of a question.

But the fact remains–we all get old (to some degree), and we all die. You may die clean, or you may die ugly. You might die quietly, or you might die screaming. You might die bravely, fighting “the good fight” (whatever the Hell that might be, these days), or you might die a coward, your pants full of shit & piss, begging on your knees (like Che Guevara) for your life. You might die alone and unknown, or you might die famous and surrounded by others.

Whatever the modifiers, the constant remains inescapably real: You are going to die.

You will not escape. You will not upload your mind to some computer network; there will not be an immanentizing of the eschaton through the creation of a hive mind; you will not race forward to the Zero point and dance on the edge of a Singularity.

There is no escape. One day, you will die. Until you accept that, you are useless.


And why, exactly, have we not heard about this?

January 23, 2011

The question is rhetorical, of course: we know why this didn’t receive the same coverage as Loughner’s attempted assassination of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

In his “About Me” box on Facebook, Brezik listed as his favorite quotation one from progressive poster boy, Che Guevara. The quote begins “Our every action is a battle cry against imperialism” and gets more belligerent from there.

On his wall postings, Brezik ranted, “How are we the radical(s) (left) to confront the NEW RIGHT, if we avoid confrontation all together?”

As good as his word, Brezik’s marched on Toronto in June 2010 to protest the G20 Summit, where he was arrested, charged, and deported. “MISSION ACCOMPLISHED,” he boasted.

Oh, no– no media bias here, not at all.

And people wonder why I’m a cynical bastard.


Was WikiLeaks a False Flag operation?

January 2, 2011

It’s possible. The idea has occurred to me in the past; to date, nothing that WikiLeaks has published is truly damaging ( I speak in terms of national security; the damage to personal reputations is something different ). Hell, from a certain perspective, the US State Department comes of looking like it’s actually doing its job. Seriously– who doesn’t think that the Saudis “will fight to the last American”?

But, why then the persecution of Julian Assange– or, rather, why such an obviously contrived persecution of Julian Assange? Any half-way decent espionage agency could have “retired” Assange with little fuss or muss. Why then the high-profile, low-plausibility rape charge? I suspect that there has either been 1) a serious experience-drain amongst our intelligence agencies, or (something I suspect may be closer to the truth) 2) this is a part of a proxy-war between one or more of our intelligence agencies against the Obama Administration.

Stop for a second and let that sink in: one of the alphabet soup companies has decided to take the President down a peg. If that doesn’t worry you, then you’re taking anti-anxiety drugs the likes of which my doctor won’t prescribe me.


FB has left the building.

December 24, 2010

Ferdinand Bardamu, host of In Mala Fide, has announced that he has left the building.

I envy the bastard– he got out before I did. It’ll take me another 6 months before I can start shopping my resume around for new jobs, and even then, I’m limited by my medical needs (my cancer came back in September–chemo sucks). Still, even if I’m forced to remain close to where I am, anything away from where I am now will be an improvement.

I drink to FB’s success tonight– he deserves his props.