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Sunday, 23 June 2019

New Racism

by Andrew Fleming

In our society being a racist is unacceptable.

Now, this statement may be scoffed at by those who think we're deeply embedded to the systems of white supremacy and that white cis-normative heterosexist capitalist patriarchs are complicit in the destruction and annihilation of black and brown bodies.  But how else is one to explain the swiftness with which the accused get cast to the flames?

Saturday, 22 June 2019

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Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Without Legally Enforced Monogamy, Western Civilization Is Finished: Part III

by Ferdinand Bardamu
Part I | Part II | Part III

Women in home economics course

The Rational-Scientific Basis of Legally Enforced Monogamy

Is there a fundamental right to monogamy?

The male desire for sex and female companionship is a natural biological instinct, like eating or sleeping. If a man is unable to satisfy this fundamental impulse, he loses his powers of concentration and becomes unproductive. Eventually, he is forced to drop out of society or lash out. A growing underclass of unmarried and undersexed men will inevitably lead to massive civil strife and social disruption, including bloodshed. Expecting these men to just exercise self-control is both unreasonable and absurd. Lifelong celibacy has never worked, not even for the Christian church, which degenerated morally and intellectually because of it. Imagine the agony of the inferior male, who is forced to endure a life of unwanted bachelorhood, his libido mercilessly titillated by a liberal society that allows women to dress as scantily-clad whores in public. In reality, it is only the liberal totalitarians who must practice self-control; their nihilist and self-destructive obsession with feminism, multicultural policy and immigration from the Third World are more akin to the dancing and flagellation manias of the Middle Ages than the beliefs of rational men.

Sunday, 16 June 2019

Without Legally Enforced Monogamy, Western Civilization Is Finished: Part II

by Ferdinand Bardamu
Part I | Part II | Part III

"I learned in university that cooking for your family is patriarchy"

Western Monogamy in Decline

Once the cornerstone of Western civilization, monogamy is now in a state of seemingly irreversible decline. Statistics corroborate this trend. In England and Wales, from 1972 to 2016, the number of marriages has declined, but the number of divorces has risen dramatically. The general marriage rate (GMR), the number of people who marry per 1000 unmarried people, has also decreased significantly. In 1972, it was nearly 80% for males and 60% for females; by 2016, it was approximately 20% for both sexes (Office of National Statistics, 2019). The same trend can be observed in the United States, where marriage rates have steadily declined since 1980, and are now lower than they were in 1870, when marriage statistics were first collected (CDC National Center for Health Statistics, 2010). In 1960, 72% of American adults were married, but by 2017, only 50% were (Pew Research Center, 2017). Declining marriage rates have been statistically documented in Canada, Australia and New Zealand; even a Westernized society like Japan is not immune to the phenomenon of declining marriage rates.

Thursday, 13 June 2019

Without Legally Enforced Monogamy, Western Civilization Is Finished: Part I

by Ferdinand Bardamu
Part I | Part II | Part III

The Birth of Monogamy

The tendency to establish dominance hierarchies is universal in mammalian species. Among humans, only the dominant male, or alpha, has preferential access to society’s material resources. Most males, or betas, are of intermediate rank; the bottom rung is occupied by omegas, the most despised and downtrodden segment of humanity, these men have been disempowered by Nature. A man’s likelihood of successfully passing on his genes to the next generation is determined by his status in the human dominance hierarchy. Historically, alphas sired the most offspring, indicating a pattern of differential reproductive variance. Many genetic studies confirm this (e.g. Wilder et al., 2004). The mitochondrial Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor (TMRCA) is twice the Y-chromosomal TMRCA. This male differential variance in reproductive success entails a larger effective female population size. Baumeister (2010) has summarized these genetic findings using everyday language: the two-to-one TMRCA ratio means that 80% of all women, but only 40% of men were able to successfully pass on their genes.

Monday, 10 June 2019

Global Internet Censorship Lockdown Begins In Canada

by Resurrection Europa, Homepage

Burning of the Great Library of Alexandria

On May 15th, 2019, leaders from around the world met in Paris, France, to discuss how they planned to collaborate with tech giants such as Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook to ruthlessly censor the Internet. Many world leaders, including Justin Trudeau, signed something called the 'Christchurch Call to Action', pledging to "eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online". By using a very liberal interpretation of "terrorist and violent extremist content", they intend to crush all online content that contradicts their agenda.

Thursday, 6 June 2019

The European Idea Of Progress Supersedes The Axial Age: Part IV

by Ricardo Duchesne
Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV

Map of Axial Age Civilizations

Definition of "Axial Thought"

The Axial Age idea is the most concerted effort to retain aspects of the idea of progress while disallowing Western civilization from claiming to be the most progressive in the sciences, technology, cultural creativity, and forms of state organization. This idea has historical merits. The period between 800 and 200 BC did see major intellectual developments in various parts of the Old World that came to shape the subsequent historical paths of millions of humans, the rise of Confucianism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Greek philosophy. But academics can't hide the fact that the Axial Age includes a very selected group. The continents of North America, South America, Africa, and Australia saw no Axial revolution. Some academics include Zoroastrian Persia, but Bellah, and many others, include only ancient Israel, ancient Greece, China, and India.

Sunday, 2 June 2019

The European Idea Of Progress Supersedes The Axial Age: Part III

by Ricardo Duchesne
Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV

Kalapalo tribe in Brazil: Ritual Dances

Rituals in Simple Mythic Cultures

According to Bellah, humans express their highest values and cultural practices in those activities we define as "play" and "ritual," because these activities are performed when humans are in a "relaxed" state away from evolutionary pressures. During these relaxed times, humans have the opportunity to be guided by motivations and goals freed from the everyday jealousies and divisions that characterized life in the Darwinian struggle for existence. It is not hard to understand why Bellah would identify play as a "relaxed field" of activity. According to the standard dictionary definition, the word "play" means activity "engaged in for enjoyment and recreation rather than a serious or practical purpose, especially by children."

Thursday, 30 May 2019

UNB Academics Connive Against Prof. Ricardo Duchesne

by Ricardo Duchesne

Creepy Matthew Sears: Alone in his bathroom tweeting about Ricardo Duchesne

A group of closed-minded professors at my university, UNB, have launched an all-out attack against my academic reputation and freedom for the simple reason that I outgrew the juvenile ideas we were all forced to accept as undergrad students.

Tuesday, 28 May 2019

The European Idea Of Progress Supersedes The Axial Age: Part II

by Ricardo Duchesne
Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV

Cheetah cubs playing

"New Capacities" under conditions of "Relaxed Selection"

Religion in Human Evolution has been called "a work of extraordinary ambition". It is. After prefatory remarks, it opens with the big bang some 13.5 million years ago, gradually taking us to the Axial Age, as the culminating point in the development of new capacities. Bellah gets into the novel features of the first unicellular organisms, prokaryotes, their "incalculable contribution to other forms of life" in creating an oxygen rich atmosphere and recycling nutrients, and the continuing role of such bacterial organisms in aiding digestion. He then outlines how eukaryotes "represent a significant increase not only in size but in complexity compared to prokaryotes," in having an internal nucleus with DNA and leading to the evolution of the three major divisions of multicellular organisms, fungi, plants, and animals (59-60). He elaborates when he reaches "warm-blooded" mammals and the development of "parental care", "a capacity that correlates with several other developments that have enormous potentiality" in making possible "increasing intelligence, sociability and the ability to understand the feelings of others" (68).

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