Response To Lauren Rose: “Islam is Not the Root Problem”

(Direct YouTube Link) (Also on BitChute) Lauren Rose did a video warning against Islam being what I’d call the red cape of the matador in a bull fight, distracting us from the traitorous “leaders” and bureaucrats in Western governments and institutions. I largely agree and feel this is important to keep in the forefront and continue discussing. I had some thoughts to share in the … Continue reading Response To Lauren Rose: “Islam is Not the Root Problem”

Notes on the Baby Boomers

(Direct YouTube Link) Also available on BitChute Link to article referenced, The Tyranny of “Should.” Link to Stefan Molyneux conversation referenced. The baby boom generation and the emerging young right lock horns on a lot of issues and seem to have fundamentally different starting points on how they view the world. This video provides a 30,000 foot view on a couple of aspects of the … Continue reading Notes on the Baby Boomers

Genes and Memes 4: The Big Reveal About Mainstream Pop Culture

  (Direct YouTube Link) Hollywood, mainstream media, even academia–besides the usual complaints about progressive and Marxist programming that occurs through these, what’s an underlying common denominator? What types of personalities are drawn to work in these industries as they currently exist? What do they want from us, what keeps it all going, what’s crackling beneath the surface? Also a shout-out to The Golden One. Continue reading Genes and Memes 4: The Big Reveal About Mainstream Pop Culture

Genes and Memes 3: Disgust, Judgement, Choice

(Direct YouTube Link)   We’re battered around to extremes in modern society. Instead of being shown how life works and then given a framework to make honest choices that don’t unnecessarily harm others, we’re taught to deny and mistrust our instincts. This is a short reflection on owning the authentic signals your body and brain gives you, and then acting appropriately. We want people to … Continue reading Genes and Memes 3: Disgust, Judgement, Choice

Interview With Rad Russ

(Direct YouTube Link)   I was pleased to take part in my first interview, a Google Hangout live stream, on October 18, 2017. I was invited on to RadRuss’ channel, another YouTuber who is fairly new as of the recording. In our lead up communications to the broadcast, and during the broadcast itself, Russ was an utmost professional and gentleman. He also clearly dove deeply … Continue reading Interview With Rad Russ

Genes and Memes 2: Pussy Hat Music

(Direct YouTube Link)   A light-hearted look at just one aspect of the culture that, let’s just say, doesn’t resonate with me. I know there are contemporary genres and artists who strike a better balance to what I’m talking about here, but couldn’t cover the whole musical landscape in one short vid. -Commercials referenced: Subaru: https://youtu.be/St3dTT9ybBk McDonald’s: https://youtu.be/kZCbvpJ4O6c   -1791L’s video on rap mentioned: https://youtu.be/VC7ZqkV1_yw Continue reading Genes and Memes 2: Pussy Hat Music

Genes and Memes 1: Getting It

(Direct YouTube Link) The first in a series. Some of these thoughts were spurned on by Stefan Molyneux’s “The Unspoken Biology of Culture.” Being part of something goes beyond mere identifiers and common points of interest that you can list. Those in the know in a given group often say–explicitly or implicitly–“you either get it or you don’t.” There’s also the old “if you have … Continue reading Genes and Memes 1: Getting It

Recognizing the Genuine in Public Figures (and Yourself)

  For video presentation, please scroll down. — A generative interplay exists between complementary forces that create life. This created you (male and female) and also functions as the creative engine within you. Active and passive elements meet within you allow you to carry out plans and achieve goals. We recognize this dynamic tension between complementary opposites when a person has the ability to live … Continue reading Recognizing the Genuine in Public Figures (and Yourself)