Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Many Inventions of Jewish Publicity

B enjoys keeping the goyim of the alt-right singing from politically correct sheets of music. Someone called Rhetocrats commented: >This is why B is a good man to have around. >Even if, after we’ve gotten rid of our common enemies, … Continue reading

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An infographic is worth a dozen words. Maybe two dozen if the colors are eye-catching.

Guess who doesn’t have an essay prepared today? I don’t have an essay prepared today.       I had initially hoped to do an essay all about the 22 million people who work for the USA at the Federal, … Continue reading

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A contrast between “global” and “local” current events in the blog “neighborhood”

Everyone lives in a physical neighborhood, but most people don’t talk to their neighbors. A physical neighborhood is symmetrical; if you live in Apartment Tower #7, you are necessarily the neighbor of everyone in Apartment Tower #6, whether you like … Continue reading

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The political economy of right wing death squads (as applied by Duterte’s alleged 91% approval rating)

Many funposters on the chans like to claim that Right Wing Death Squads will be lots of fun. The popular music group “Cybernazi,” for example, begins one song with the slogan “Join the Cybernazi division.” (I have to wonder just … Continue reading

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Full Metal Usury

I just saw an amazing post and I have to link it right now. https://aeolipera.wordpress.com/2016/08/28/on-fullmetal-alchemist/ The premise is that the “alchemy” in Full Metal Alchemist is actually usury. That opens up a lot of interesting perspectives. 1 – For example, … Continue reading

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