Monday, September 18, 2017


Political correctness, nihilism, radical equality, Social Justice Warriors, identity politics, demonization, personal attacks, emotional appeals, tamper tantrums, triggerings and safe spaces, the Alt-Right and the Alt-Left...what does it all mean? It's part of a study everyone needs to get acquainted with: social psychology (or social pathology, if you wish).

UPDATEWhat do boobs, an aspiring entrepreneur, a surprise appearance of Sean Spicer and a football (a golf ball in another version) have in common? It is the Left totally losing its sense of proportion and the ability to relativize its own causes. They have become like Muslims. Their sanctimonious lack of a sense of humor in fact opens them up for a barrage of ridicule. Meme production is looking forward to a golden age. Let the fun begin!

Sep. 7, 2017


Aug 13, 2017 Ecosexuals Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens fight mountain top removal coal mining and make environmental activism sexy, fun, & diverse.

Four years ago, when art Professor Elizabeth Stephens (website) filmed the documentary “Ecosexual Love Story,” in which she and her partner licked trees, played with mud, and made love with the environment while naked, the term “ecosexuality” was still somewhat unknown. But a lot has happened since then, and ecosexuality isn’t such a mystery anymore — Google trends show interest in the term has increased exponentially over the last 12 months, seemingly exploding. That interest can be traced in part back to Stephens, a UC Santa Cruz professor and one leader in the movement that melds art, sex and environmentalism, a la having sex with a tree or marrying the ocean. (More)

Sept. 4, 2017


In the video above Paul Joseph Watson is setting the record straight on George Orwell. Paul is becoming somewhat of a counter-counter-cultural icon in himself. Orwell was a Leftist, but one who believed in free speech. He hated the Soviet Union and its crimes under Stalin and fought against fascism no matter who practiced it. While fascist tactics for the Left are nothing new as we have seen in "The Revolutionary Roots of Antifa" on Aug. 30, a Leftist struggle playbook from the post WW2 era that inspired activists like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama was Saul Alinsky’s book Rules for Radicals, a secular Bible among Barack Obama’s cohort of left-wing radicals in Chicago.
In the White House, as aide Valerie Jarrett so memorably put it, Obama remained a community organizer, using his old tactics to push his agenda. Now that they have been relegated to the opposition, Obama and the Democrats are not only using the same old Alinskyite tactics, but amplifying them through the media, who will never forgive President Donald Trump for winning the election. (Far from retiring quietly, Obama has been swift to criticize his successor and encourage left-wing protests against his policies.) (More)

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Posted on June 16, 2015


Nearly 100 years ago, Walter Lippmann wrote about “the manufacture of consent” in his classic work, “Public Opinion.” On the heels of that book, Edward Bernays penned a little volume called “Propaganda,” in which he stated that an elite would always be responsible for making the public aware of “new ideas” which the public would then act upon as the elite nudged them into it. Related, but more in-depth is Jacques Ellul’s 1962 book, “Propaganda: The Formation of Men’s Attitudes.” Political propaganda aims to mobilize the masses to move an agenda forward. That’s most effectively done when the masses are unaware of the process. It’s what “community organizers” work towards, whether they know it or not. Once the masses are mobilized to push for a cause, the propagandists’ goals can be put into law. (...) One of the best books that cracks the code on what we are living through was written by Dutch psychiatrist Joost A. M. Meerloo about 60 years ago. Mull over the first line of his book’s forward, and you will think he is writing about today:
“This book attempts to depict the strange transformation of the free human mind into an automatically responding machine – a transformation which can be brought about by some of the cultural undercurrents in our present-day society as well as by deliberate experiments in the service of a political ideology.” (Source)

Full text "The Rape of the Mind: The Psychology of Thought Control, Menticide, and Brainwashing".