Last night a lovely woman and her husband, sitting next to us, were challenged by others, because she had had four children. She said that she was a Christian, so she waited... as long as she could, and married when she was 20, and "we did not live together in those days as we do … Continue reading Do not preach degeneration.
There is a post modern non-ethics. It is a not ethics because it rejects natural law. By rejecting natural law, it removes any standard or pretense of objectivity. It becomes, overtly, an exercise in power: the old sins are boring and must become virtues, and the old virtues must become sins. One cannot talk of … Continue reading On true ethics.
The clerk thinks that what he says or writes is of eternal significance. It is not. People can vote with their feet. People do vote with their feet. As there are more forms of entertainment, the old models become... outmoded. Telling those who leave they are stupid, leads to you being ignored. Sure. Of course. … Continue reading The death spiral of the clerk. [Kipple]
Gab has had difficulties dealing with trolls. But that is minor. What is more insidious is that the Germans are going after the webhosts and domain name servers. This has led to a purge. Of the most obvious Alt reich/retard sites. The message -- from the multinational corporations -- is that it is not merely … Continue reading Sharia defines hate speech?
Yes, this is a lectionary post. About mob violence. Yes, it is in the Bible. Paul was no platformed: if the mob had its way he would have been killed then and there. He was rescued by the Romans, who thought he broke their law, which was harsh. As my Canadian Brother notes, the current … Continue reading Antifa is antichrist.
This is an example of how to act. John C Wright is defending his editor. They disagree on many issues. They agree on more. They are fast friends. His editor says that Mr Wright is a better man and a better writer than him. I would say that the editor writes books I enjoy more. … Continue reading Corporations are tumbleweed.
One poem commenting on two comments. The first is Stickwick, who has a job and writes academic books. The subject is that Foz Meadows accused Vox Day of being in the NSDAP reborn, which he not only denied but (as he knows the editor of Black Gate) got the relevant accusations removed. The charge of … Continue reading We are too weak for satire [poem]
Sometimes these write themselves. Today the elite as called all those who believe in righteous and justice and a freedom to worship God in peace deplorable. And I'll link back to the site she accuses of stirring this up. For I think Mr and Mrs Beale rock. I don't agree with everything they say, particularly … Continue reading What rude beast is this? [Rev 18]
The stats measurements are as usual, odd. 13 K on Sitemeter, 9 K on WordPress Stats. Fairly consistent. Page Views Unique Visits First Time Visits Returning Visits July 2016 13,588 8,520 4,708 3,812 The question, however, is does this matter. I'd suggest you read Vox Day on this: he came to this late and from … Continue reading Site stats for July
Glen Frey is dead. David Bowie and Alan Rickman died last week. I can recall that when the Eagles arrived in NZ for their farewell tour a fair number of those who remember the 1970s (the first time: history is repeating, as a farce, at present) went to see them as a nostalgia thing. As … Continue reading The dying boomer apostates. [Heb 6]