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I claim that the destruction of human trafficking takes priority over ethnic nationalism (and I link to the full text of an important book)

I’m going to put some Don Quixote-themed tunes at the top, because this post is going to be quixotic (extremely idealistic; unrealistic and impractical) from start to finish. In reply to BMan. who wrote: I wish my blog was still … Continue reading

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The real way to lose is to grow addicted to fear – and other thoughts from the manosphere – part 2 of 2

Originally published 2014 Feb 05: Sunshine Mary has taken exception to Runs On Magic. http://sunshinemaryandthedragon.wordpress.com/2014/02/04/what-both-sexes-need-in-order-to-make-traditional-sex-roles-workable/ Runs On Magic wrote: I actually want children and family someday. As I see it now, the best strategy is to become high status, have … Continue reading

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The real way to lose is to grow addicted to fear – and other thoughts from the manosphere – part 1 of 2

Originally published 2014 Feb 05: In the context of alternative media sources such as Alex Jones, EK wrote: By telling these people ‘econ collapse! obama is a muslim! etc etc’ you get caught up on these sideline stories, all to … Continue reading

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The philosophy of Christmas

Christmas is a time of traditions. If you have found time in the rush before Christmas to decorate a tree, you are sharing in a relatively new tradition. Although the Christmas tree has ancient roots, at the beginning of the … Continue reading

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Voaters rant about rule of law

Someone wrote: The USA started out with some semi-decent lawyers and a notion of the “rule of law”: http://constitution.org/cons/rule_law.html And for a couple of decades, it seemed to work out. However, the legal paradigms taught in law schools have shifted … Continue reading

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