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
An anon with an academic background gives a criticism on the effects of research institutions and bureaucracies on science itself. A first step on the staircase that leads down a surprisingly deep rabbit hole: What we call “science” is 17-century technology. The system made sense when research was done by a relatively small group of … More “Science” as an outdated technology?
President Biden of the United States made a rather impassioned speech a few days ago, on the anniversary of the 1/06/21 protest that took place in Washington, D.C. He went through great lengths to describe how it was a terrible deed and an attack on the nation and democracy itself. Below is a scene from … More Destroyed Houses
One 4chan anon’s scathing criticism at a commonly seen picture depicting a modern woman and her mother, both at age 31: This image (and the others) can be broken down very simply, and to devastating effect. What we see on the left is the biological imperative. Woman and child. The universal destiny of the female … More “My Mom and Me at Age 31”
Some interesting insight from a 4chan anon who used to be a Buddhist on the subject matter of compassion: I used to be a Buddhist from my early teens 12-13 through to my mid-late 20’s. I wasn’t the greatest but I was sincere. I would meditate for hours everyday on universal compassion. I still quite … More A Former Buddhist on Compassion and Empathy
Below is an essay by an anon on 4chan on the different ways people think and form beliefs. Despite the technical terms used, it’s pretty easy to digest and sheds a lot of light on some of the strange behavior observed in modern society. Human action is guided primarily by philosophy – particularly epistemology. How … More Science vs “Soyence” – the Epistemology of Modern Society
An anon talks about the impact of French history and Napoleon on multiculturalism as we know it today: >multiculturalism Was mostly fucked up by France, the way I read history. Damn France. Prior to the French Revolution, Europe was pretty cool about this. If the King of Hungary or whatever happened to have a ghetto … More Napoleon’s Impact on Modern Multiculturalism
An anon talks about the effects of corporate monopolies on the internet and how it influences the population that utilizes their services. Ten years ago these views might be borderline conspiracy theory, but today they sadly make a lot of sense: Most people on the internet these days probably only come in contact with less … More The Internet and Social Engineering
An insightful essay by an anon from 4chan on the changes to modern language over the past few decades: An important and oft overlooked mission of our enemy is to defile our language. Language is incredibly important, and English is, or at least was the most diverse and expressive of all languages allowing speakers to … More On the Degradation of Language