A woman writes about the changes she observed in a male friend before and after his regular consumption of pornography. Very fascinating: The Difference: A totally unscientific observation from a lady point of view Thought I would share this story. Might be of interest, might not. I’m not making a judging on porn or porn … More A Woman’s Observation on Porn
A Romanian anon tells the tale of how the people in his little town got around draconian new laws their town imposed on littering: My town is pushing an aggressive agenda against littering. You get like 1000 euros fines for doing it. What did my big brain townsmen do to avoid the fines? Naturally they … More Littering Punishment
Below is an interesting parable on the modern economy, using bicyclists as a focus point: The bicycle is the slow death of the planet. General Director of Euro Exim Bank Ltd. got economists thinking when he said: “A cyclist is a disaster for the country’s economy: he does not buy cars and does not borrow … More On Cyclists and the Economy
I posted something last week about how some people were seemingly building a pseudo-religion around the Covid virus and its vaccines. Here is a more in depth look from someone who studied the psychology of religion on how a different topic in society, “Wokeness”, resembles a brand new religion or even a cult: The Cult … More “Wokeness” as a Cult
An anon on 4chan observes how the Covid scares over the past couple of years bears an eerie resemblance to a new religious movement: We are witnessing the birth of a new religion. >baptism = vaccines >hijab = masks >priests = scientists >tenets = CDC guidelines >saints = Fauci, Gates. >heretics = anti-vaxxers >holy communion … More The Covid Religion
This is a slightly abridged essay from the late John Taylor Gatto on the hidden goals of modern styled compulsory schooling. I originally found a fragmented portion of it on 4chan in a discussion thread on the topic of indoctrination among the masses, but found a more complete version of it in a link. It … More The Goal of Modern Compulsory Schooling
A pretty easy to understand comic on how Ukraine’s various allies and supporters have acted toward them during the course of their ongoing war with Russia:
Below is an essay based on a speech by Senator Ann O’Connell that was adapted by Diane Alden. It sheds a lot of light on the public schooling system used in the US and a good chunk of the rest of the world today. The original archive for this essay is now long gone from … More Are we teaching American Citizens or training Prussian Serfs?
The “NPC” meme first came on the scene a few years ago and grew in popularity. It’s been used to describe people who do not think for themselves or make their own decisions, and is something quite often used to mock liberals by the alt right. Below is a different take on the NPC meme … More What Makes an NPC?
A 4chan anon explains the modern phenomenon of single young men who does not bother to seek out sex/marriage in the lens of an old Sumerian myth, and how society views them: It’s called the Enkidu gambit, and this is why incel has become the insult du jour of the present social mainstream. Women – … More The Enkidu Gambit – How Modern Society See Single Young Men