Monday, September 26, 2011

The Lesson Liberals Should Learn From the Troy Davis Murder

A few days ago, the state of Georgia murdered Troy Davis.  Predictably, liberals and black activists are outraged, blaming America's justice (sic) system, white racism, and law-and-order conservatism.  They are overlooking, perhaps intentionally, the real culprit: big government.

This is what governments do: they give people fancy uniforms, titles, and weapons and let those people kill others without consequence.  Governments are founded upon violence.  Whether it's by starving and working to death people in concentration camps or gulags, by dropping atomic or conventional bombs on cities, or injecting lethal drugs into peoples' bloodstreams, governments have perfected the art of murder.

If liberals want to prevent another murder such that of Troy Davis, instead of wasting their time ranting against White America, they should use their energies to combat the mafia that the sheeple have foolishly given the power to destroy lives.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Wherein I Try Game for the First Time

I've been reading Game sites for about a year and a half, at first not for the Game advice and tips, but for their anti-feminist and gender realist content.  Yet, I've never really tried to use Game.  I have three major problems:

1) I'm an ex-shut-in.  I spent college playing video games instead of engaging in social interaction and making friends.  Indeed, whenever people would try to befriend me I would decline their friendships and when girls would express interest in me I would ignore it.  In the last year I've been becoming much more social, but I still suffer from aftereffects of my wasted past.

2) I don't meet enough girls in the course of my daily life.  I'm out of college.  Gaming girls at work would be a bad idea for several reasons.  As I'm a former shut-in, most of my friends are male and they are mostly nerds, meaning their friends are mostly male nerds, too.  I go to bars occasionally, but the problem is I don't have any good drinking buddies.  Only two of my friends go out to bars and such.  One lives too far away to be a regular drinking buddy.  The other is a drunkard who has cockblocked me in the past.

3) I suffer from approach anxiety.  It's not that I'm too scared to approach random girls, it's that I can never think of any good openers (although I've heard that even "Hi" can make a decent opener since most AFCs are too cowardly to do even that).  If I have a reason to approach them other than the fact that they are a cute girl at a bar, I'm fine.

Anyways, I was getting some late-night food with a friend last night when we ran into an old friend of his who was planning on going out to a nearby bar later.  We ended up joining him.

My friend is very charismatic, but doesn't go after women.  He's divorced with custody of his children and he doesn't drink, although he DDs a lot for his friends.  My friend's friend was a gay guy, so he was outgoing and friendly.

The gay guy is a regular at the bar, so he knew everyone, including all the girls.  One of his female friends accompanied us outside and soon another gay guy showed up.  She was cute, blonde, somewhat skinny, and looked about 5 to 10 years older than me.  The girl was friendly towards me, but I didn't talk to her much.  They gay guys were the center of the conversation.  I definitely should've talked more.  My friend and the gay guy were talking a lot, so I should've engaged the girl in conversation.

We left that bar to go to another one and by this time both her and I were varying degrees of intoxicated.  We talked a lot more a this bar and it was soon clear she was interested.  I've read about negging countless times, but I always thought it seemed like a douchebag thing to do.  I gave it a try and found it to be very effective.

At one point, she got really angry at me over a remark I made about straight girls at gay clubs.  In retrospect, this may have been a shit test.  My beta instincts were to apologize to her, but I managed to shake them off and passed with a mixture of redirection and humor.

 I have no memory of most of the details of what happened at the second bar, but she ended up unbuttoning two of my shirt's buttons in a very flirtatious manner.  Here's the weird part.  I remember this event and her walking away, but I have no recollection what occurred in between - probably due to the alcohol.  I was pretty drunk at this point.  My friend says that she walked away to go the restroom, I was drunk and mistakenly thought I'd been rejected, and became a douchebag for the rest of the night.

I'm still irked at myself about my failure, but I did better than I expected I would.  And I learned that if I'm trying to pick up a girl at a bar, I should limit the number of drinks I have (I had a pitcher of beer, a shot, and a mixed drink).  Also, she said I have "pretty eyes."  Every girl who has expressed romantic/sexual interest in me has said that to me soon after meeting me.  I should find some way to take advantage of this.

 Hopefully I'll have another chance to practice Game soon.  The problem, like I mentioned before, is that I don't have very many friends who like to go out and going to bars alone doesn't sound like fun.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Keep the Change

During the Bush administration, liberals (rightly) claimed that Bush was waging an illegal war in Iraq.  In 2008, Obama campaigned on the promise of bringing change to Washington.  Gullible white liberals and moderates bought it up and sent him to the White House, where he is now waging a war in a foreign country and claiming he doesn't need the authorization of Congress.  So much for change.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Another Raceless Criminal

In Rock Hill, a city near Charlotte, a woman wore a bikini that featured the design a Confederate flag to an apartment swimming pool with some friends.  The Charlotte Observer says that a group of "people" came up, surrounded them, and called them racists.  When one of the woman's friends stood up, a "suspect" pointed a gun at him before fleeing.

The Charlotte Observer doesn't give the race (or any other description) of the suspect, but his race was probably the same as most of the people who went wilding over Memorial Day weekend (including in Charlotte, where one man was killed and 70 people arrested after a gang melee).

The readers of the Observer's website aren't as clueless as the commissars of political correctness.  The article has a postscript:
Editor's note: Comments have been disabled because of repeated violations of site policies. Please refrain from profanity, obscenity, racist remarks, spam, name-calling or attacking others for their views.

In other words, someone mentioned that the gunman was black, which prompted a discussion of blacks and crime in the comments, leading the horrified liberal editors to shut down the comments to prevent the spread of politically incorrect ideas.

(h/t Rebellion)

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Chicks Dig Jerks, Exhibit #9000

The LA Times broke the story earlier this week that Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child with a servant (I'm sorry, I meant "domestic worker") ten years ago.  Firstly, how does this qualify as news?  Rich and powerful men have been producing bastards with servants for thousands of years.  If Arnold admitted that he had not fathered any children with servants, that would be news.

Secondly, the reaction from feminists and women in general is pretty amusing and revealing.  Amanda Marcotte, whom I bashed a few days ago, typed up one of her typical acidic diatribes, complaining about how men in power objectify women and use them for sex.  Jos at Feministing claims that his dalliance is in line with the rest of his sexist behavior.  His previous sexist behavior according to her includes "sexually harassing" women at Rio's Carnival (check out the video she linked to and you will find that "sexual harassment" is the feminist term for "flirting with a girl").  Schwarzenegger's wife herself was a feminist gender warrior who reaped what she sowed.  Live by the sword, die by the sword.

Various alt-right bloggers have suggested that feminism is essentially a massive shit test.  The feminist reaction to Schwarzenegger's adultery supports this.  The liberal betas and pro-feminist manginas who worship women on a pedestal, never offend them, white knight for them, and nod their heads in agreement with feminist shews like puppies begging for a treat aren't spreading their genes across the world.  The men whom feminists despise are.  That should tell you something about what women really want when free of any societal constraints on their sexuality.

Monday, May 16, 2011

The Ten Worst States to Be a Dumb Slut

Amanda Marcotte, the harpy queen of the feminist blogosphere, has a new article on Alternet about the ten worst American states to be a woman.  She doesn't mince words, including claims that that "Mississippi has been such a bad state for women for so long it rarely even gets noticed in the news anymore." and "Kansas went from being a pretty bad place to be a woman to a hellhole rapidly."

What laws have Mississppi, Kansas, Arizona, Texas, and six other states passed?  Are they allowing men to beat their wives, requiring women to wear shawls in public, banning the education of women, not allowing women to vote, and/or disallowing women from owning property?

No, it turns out that all of these states have passed or are considering passing laws that more closely regulate abortion.

I've noticed that when feminists use the word "woman," as in "women's reproductive healthcare" or "women's rights," they really mean "dumb sluts."  Let's face it, in 21st century America, between condoms, pregnancy tests, IUDs, EC, and abortifacients, it is incredibly difficult for a woman of even below average intelligence to unintentionally get to the stage where surgical abortion or pregnancy are her only options. 

If you want to laugh at feminist illogic, overemotion, incendiary rhetoric, and sensationalism, click here.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Freedom in Feminazi America

This story pretty much speaks for itself.  In Chicago, a 17 year old boy was arrested and charged with "disorderly conduct" for ranking girls at his school based on their looks and posting this listing on the Internet.  Disorderly conduct, of course, is what cops and prosecutors use to punish people they dislike but did not break any laws.

Feminazism in America has reached totalitarian levels.  If this boy can get arrested for ranking females based on their sexual attributes, than virtually every man could be arrested, too.  The only men who aren't in danger of being arrested are gay men, who would instead rank males based on their physical looks, which is still acceptable.  As Ferdinand Bardamu notes, this boy is getting arrested for something the liberal establishment celebrated when it was done by a college slut.

This is the culmination of fifty years of feminism, Jewish liberalism, Christian conservatism, and "civil rights" movements polluting America.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Obama: Fraudster of the Century

First, Barrack Obama refused to release his birth certificate until two years into his presidency.  Then when he finally released it, he released a forgery.

Now, he claims that American forces killed Osama bin Laden.  But then within 24 hours of Osama's alleged death, his "body" was dumped into an ocean.  There is allegedly photographic evidence of Osama's death, but Obama won't release it because his administration feels it would threaten Americans (here's an easier way to keep Americans safe: don't get involved in needless wars halfway across the world).  Regardless, Americans are still celebrating Osama's "death."

The Obama administration reminds me of the phrase "There's a sucker born every minute."  Barry Soetoro is a con artist and the American sheeple are his marks.

Monday, May 2, 2011

May 1, 2011, is not May 1, 1945

Osama's dead.

Americans are in a very celebratory mood.  I don't think I've seen a Facebook status in the last three hours that didn't mention or reference Osama bin Laden's death.  On the East Coast, it's around 2:00 am, but hundreds of people are celebrating in front of the White House and Time Square.  Tomorrow, New York will probably look like it did on V-J Day 1945.  The World War II comparisons are inevitable, especially since the deaths of both Hitler and Osama were announced on May 1.  Myriad pundits, politicians, and normal people will compare the death of Osama to the death of Hitler, VE-Day, or VJ-Day.

Hitler's death was nothing like Osama's.  Hilter WAS Nazi Germany.  He was an uncrowned absolute monarch who created and was integral to Nazi Germany.  Without him, it could not exist.  When Hitler committed suicide, he did so because his soldiers were fighting the enemy blocks away from his Bunker.  His suicide did not end the war, he committed suicide because the war was over.

But in the War on Terror, the US is not fighting a totalitarian nation-state.  It is fighting assorted violent non-state actors.  Killing the leader of one of them won't cause the others to capitulate.  It's also worth noting that al-Qaeda itself is decentralized.  Al-Qaeda in Iraq, for example, is not run by Osama.  They will continue fighting.  They continued fighting when their own leader was killed in 2006.  There's also the fact that Islamists have a fetish for martyrdom.  Since 2002, Osama didn't really do much except release propaganda videos from time to time while on the lam.  As a shahid his death will serve as propaganda for future generations of Islamists.

Killing Osama bin Laden won't end the War on Terrorism.  The only thing that can end the War on Terrorism is an end to the American Empire and its foreign adventures.  As long as we meddle in the Middle East and elsewhere, there are going to be people who are upset enough to turn to violence.  Until the root causes are addressed, new Osamas and Zarqawis will continue to sprout like weeds.

America didn't slay the hydra, she just cut off one of its heads.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Ignorant Video Game Bashers at it Again

There's a new video game app for Android called "Dog Wars" that lets you train, care for, and fight virtual dogs.  Video game bashers, animal rights activists, the sensationalist media, and the lemmings flocking to today's Cause of the Day are calling for Google to ban it, of course.

I wonder if any of the fools supporting the Cause of the Day have heard of this game called "Pokemon."

Monday, April 18, 2011

To Liberals Who Think We Don't Pay Enough Taxes

It's Tax Day in America, which means that for the next several hours we will be treated to articles by pompous liberals who think that "we" (read: middle- and upper-class white people) don't pay enough in taxes; that we should be thankful that the government steals a third of our income to redistribute it to the lumpenproletariat, bankers, the military-industrial complex, Big Business, and foreign dictators; and that they would gladly pay more taxes if only the money would go to social services (sic) rather than war.

Guess what, liberals?  There is a way for you to get your wish of giving more money to the government.  Simply write a check or money order to the United States Treasury and mail it to this address:
Gifts to the United States
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Credit Accounting Branch
3700 East-West Highway, Room 622D
Hyattsville, MD 20782
This way you can get your wish of giving more money to bureaucrats who will waste it without forcing the rest of us to do the same.  Of course, I don't really expect any liberals to donate their money to the Gifts of the United States.  Liberals are much more charitable with others' money than with their own.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

A Question Regarding the Intervention in Libya

Why is it that America is bombing Libya to stop its dictator from killing civilians while suppressing a rebellion when most Americans venerate Abraham Lincoln, a dictator who killed civillians while suppressing a rebellion?

Monday, February 14, 2011

What Would We Do Without Liberal Muckrakers?

In Alternet's main story for today, Stan Cox informs us that mariners live dangerous lives.  Truly, what would the world be like without such insight from liberal journalists?

Friday, January 21, 2011

Fuck Sin Taxes

Normally I am more eloquent in my expression of my dislike for big government, but profanity is pretty much the only way I can concisely describe my dislike for what statists refer to as "sin taxes."  To all of you fundie yokels who want to tax alcohol out of existence: fuck you.  To all of you latte liberals who want to tax tobacco out of existence: fuck you.  To all of you middle American moderates who want to put "common sense" taxes on everything that offends your low moral standards: fuck you.

Sin taxes are an embodiment of everything wrong with American politics: the idea that if 51% of people personally dislike something, they have every right to use the state to force the other 49% to stop doing that something.

They are the scion of an unholy alliance between two enemies of freedom: the red state fascist Christian theocrats and the SWPL/Jewish liberal totalitarians.  In other words, they are the natural product of centrism and bipartisanship and the combination of both forms of statism that are fucking up America.

In particular, support for alcohol taxes always gets me.  In most non-Islamic cultures, alcohol plays an important role.  Alcohol was independently developed by by countless cultures.  Even the Indians of the Amazon rainforest make drinks from fermented manioc.  Yet, in both the "liberty-loving" red states and the "personal freedom-supporting" blue states of America no one bats an eye if a state doubles the tax on alcohol.

The fact that Christian fundamentalists/evangelicals/conservatives are so vocal in their support for sin taxes, especially on alcohol is surprising considering that Jesus was the ultimate bartender.  Do any of them remember the part in the Book of John where he transmuted water to wine?  If God is against alcohol consumption, as megachurch preachers blather whenever petty tyrants state legislators consider raising taxes on alcohol, why was his own Son was a miraculous vintner?

Liberals also put their hypocrisy on full display with regard to sin taxes.  Any libertarians who are stupid enough to believe liberals when they say they are in favor of "personal freedoms" and "pro-choice" should take a look at the liberal record when it comes to sin taxes.  For example, while they support marijuana legalization, they want to heavily tax it.

They have no problem with putting enough taxes on cigarettes to the point where the taxes cost more than the tobacco, ostensibly because of the public health hazard of tobacco.  The claimed public health hazards of smoking have always struck me as overblown.  I remember when my great-aunt died, her death certificate listed smoking as the cause of death even though she was in her 80s and in poor health all around.  I wonder how many other "smoking-related deaths" were like hers.  In 21st century America, doctors apparently don't think that people can die of old age anymore.

They even support putting special taxes on the use of indoor tanning.  As with tobacco, they claim this is due to the health hazards of their use.  (An alternate explanation is that feminists hate tanning salons because they make women more attractive and, as Rush says, "feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream of society." Thus, anything that makes women more attractive to men, including tanning, breast implants, and make-up is verboten according to feminists and manginas.)

The mental disorder called liberalism, with its support for socialism, abortion, illegal immigrants, and coddling criminals, is certainly a public health hazard that has led to far more human deaths than smoking ever will.  A tax on liberals would probably do more to save lives than a tax on cigarettes.

What sin tax proponents, both left and right, fail to realize is that it is not merely the use of tobacco, alcohol, and/or tanning that causes health problems, it is the excessive use.  If you socially smoke you probably won't get lung cancer, but if you smoke three packs a day from age 18 to 60 you probably will.  If you drink alcohol at a bar every Friday night, you probably won't develop health problems (instead your health will probably benefit), but if you chug a 12-pack of beer every night you will probably develop them.  If you use a tanning bed prior to your vacation to Hawaii you probably won't develop skin cancer, but if you use them weekly for fifty years, you might.

Proponents of sin taxes do not understand the concept of moderation.  They don't understand that many people who partake in "sinful" things such as alcohol are not compulsive or habitual users.  True, some people abuse alchol, tobacco, etc., but why should the vast majority of people capable of self-control be punished for the high time preference of a few people?  Those people will be punished for their lack of personal responsibility in due time.  There's no need to tax everyone else for it.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Happy St. Martin's Day!

Every Martin Luther King Day, we are treated to the same spectacle of the media and politicians - both Democrat and Republican - venerating America's most popular communist, adulterer, and plagiarist.  It's embarrassing that so many whites worship the man who destroyed America.

I wouldn't be surprised if within a few decades "Dr." Martin Luther King, Jr. is canonized by a major church.  The only question is, which denomination will be the first to do so?

Friday, January 14, 2011

Mainstream Conservative Organization Defends American Renaissance

When the media, including "conservative" Fox News, was promoting the claim that Jared Loughner had ties to American Renaissance, the conservative media watchdog organization Accuracy in Media stepped in to refute their claims.

What's interesting about this is the language that AIM used to describe Amren.  Normally conservatives parrot liberals and label such organizations as racist, white supremacist, neo-Nazi, and/or anti-Semitic.  Instead, AIM referred to Amren as a "conservative publication" and described it as "on the right side of the political spectrum and is politically incorrect because of its criticism of racial preference and “diversity” programs and immigration policies that weaken the strength of a country."

This is a nice development, but I'm still not holding my breath for the Tea Party movement to come to its senses on racial issues.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Incendiary Rhetoric

I find it amusing that the same people who call libertarians and conservatives who oppose Obama "tea baggers" are now complaining about the use of incendiary rhetoric in politics.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A Primer on Gun Terms for Liberals and Reporters

Whenever there is a mass shooting, the media, the gun control lobby, and liberals in general howl about our nation's "lax gun laws."  In doing so, they usually reveal themselves to be ignorant of basic gun terms.  For example, they might whine about the fact that semi-automatic handguns are freely available, without realizing that most handguns today are semi-automatic, or they might claim that AK-47s are legally available for purchase in America, failing to note that the version available is not the one that most people think of when they hear "AK-47."

So, I've created a helpful little primer for liberals and reporters (or do I repeat myself) who don't know anything about guns except that they are used by creepy tea bagging racist rednecks in flyover country.

Automatic firearm: A gun that fires and reloads automatically as long as the trigger is held down.  Purchasing or transferring one in the United States is a highly regulated, difficult, and long process.

Semi-automatic firearm: A gun in that reloads automatically, but requires the trigger to be pulled to fire one bullet.  Semi-automatic handguns and rifles are extremely common today.  Most handguns are semi-automatic, although non-semi-automatic bolt-action rifles are still popular amongst snipers and hunters.

Assault rifle: A rifle with switch allowing it to fire either automatically, semi-automatically, or in bursts (2 or 3 bullets per one pull of the trigger).

Assault weapon: A word used by politicians to refer to "scary" looking semi-automatic weapons with "scary" looking features including bayonet mounts, pistol grips, large magazines, and barrel shrouds (which are not, as Carolyn McCarthy claimed, "a shoulder thing that goes up").

AK-47: A Soviet-designed assault rifle used for over sixty years by dozens of militaries, police forces, paramilitaries, and terrorists.  AK-47s capable of automatic fire are very difficult to purchase in the US.  Buying one or any other fully automatic weapon requires a tax stamp and much paperwork.  Semi-automatic versions, which have less power than the typical hunting rifle, are as legal as any other semi-automatic rifle.

Monday, January 10, 2011

The Media Smears American Renaissance

Jared Loughner, the man who attacked Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' political event in Tuscon, lacks any coherent political ideology, but that hasn't stopped liberals from tarring him as a right-winger.  Now that the liberal media has exhausted the claims that he was inspired by Sarah Palin or Ron Paul, they are attempting to tie him to American Renaissance (Amren), Jared Taylor's organization dedicated to supporting the insterests of white Americans, limiting immigration, preserving traditional America, and openly discussing issues such as race and crime and intelligence.

This AP "news" story is typical of the media's current smearing of Amren:
Probe examines possible link to anti-gov't group

WASHINGTON (AP) — An official familiar with the Arizona shooting investigation says local authorities are looking at a possible connection between Jared Loughner and an online group known for its anti-government rhetoric.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the ongoing investigation, says this is one of several motives that local authorities are pursuing in the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz.
So the story is entirely based on the the information provided by one anonymous sourc?  So much for writing stories with multiple reliable sources.  If you go to a journalism school, you're just wasting $40,000 to learn modern-day yellow journalism.
The anti-government organization American Renaissance is connected to the white supremacist New Century Foundation, according to an analysis by the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama-based group that tracks hate crimes.
I was wrong.  The story isn't just based on one anonymous source.  It's based off of information provided by an anonymous source and a liberal fundraising scam the completely reliable and unbiased SPLC.  No liberal article discussing right-wing organizations is complete without a reference to the SPLC.  The liberal media quotes the SPLC like a Baptist preacher quotes the Bible.

As a libertarian, I have nothing against anti-government organizations, but American Renaissance is not one.  While most of its members are paleocons or iconoclastic libertarians, the organization itself exists to advocate for white Americans.  That does not make it inherently anti-government.

Calling the New Century Foundation "white supremacist" is simply slanderous.  If advocating for white Americans makes an organization racist, then are black advocacy groups such as the NAACP "black supremacists?"  Considering that the people who are affiliated with it tend to acknowledge that East Asians have higher IQs than Europeans, perhaps calling NCF a "yellow supremacist organization" would make more sense.
Members typically espouse anti-Semitic and anti-government views.
This is the problem with journalists.  They think that just by talking to some "sources," they become experts in everything.  Jared Taylor is pretty philo-Semitic.  He welcomes Jews to Amren conferences, even having Jewish speakers in the past.  Amren focuses on race, not Judaism.  The anti-Semite accusation is just more evidence that the anonymous journalist who wrote this AP hit piece failed to do much more research than visiting

And why is anti-government such a pejorative term?  What's wrong about hating the thieves who take a third of your income to give to corporate supplicants, the military-industrial complex, and the lumpen?

Also, note the connotations the "reporter" is invoking.  When people think of organizations "espous[ing] anti-Semitic and anti-government views," they think of guys in Idaho marching around in SA regalia or gun-loving militiamen in the Ozarks.  American Renaissance conferences, however, consist of men in suits listening to academics and writers.
Loughner's online postings include language that is in line with such beliefs.
Loughner was a fan of The Communist Manifesto.  I wonder when the AP will write articles about anonymous sources claiming that he is affiliated with the Communist Party USA?

"News" articles like this are what make me elated whenever I read about the decay and impending end of the Old Media.