Monday, 17 November 2014

Lowlife Men are a Huge Problem for Society

It's amazing that someone could write that sentence without immediately wondering why prostitutes won't accept money.

Prostitutes are hated by Society's women for being "too cheap" and "too easy" -- contemplate the implications of that -- women who force men to pay to pleasure them are scorned by Society, not for abusing men but for not abusing them enough.

Even prostitutes (who contribute nothing) turn up their noses at men who've:
  • worked their entire lives, 
  • always paid their taxes, 
  • always obeyed the law, 
  • fought for their country, 
  • protected children, 
  • respected women.

This should alarm Society as all conflict is created by inequities and injustice. You should take it personally when another member of a society that you are part of is treated badly. It's personal for them. 

Saturday, 15 November 2014

Children Don't Die When You Kill Them

We are the dead. You're in denial.

My mother had 12 children whom she effectively abandoned to a shrewd game of chicken where her bankrupted empathy made her difficult to beat. We basically just raised each other. I helped raise a few before I ran away at 14. I've always been shamelessly selfish. I came back at 20 once I'd put myself through school and military academy. I feared the worst, being away for so long. But my fears were misplaced. They didn't need me or my concern. They were fine. Brilliant even, literally.

My 4yo baby sister's eyes blazed like headlights, powering a supercharged mind of wonder. Her capacity to process our immediate environment, at times faster than I could manage, had me shaking my head in awe. Naturally, I adored her. I don't imagine toddlers get much brighter. Perhaps only 100 billion have ever been gifted with such a valuable mind.

Friday, 14 November 2014

Royal Imposters: the Great Biological Swindle

In King's Cross in Sydney, motorcycle gangs and underworld figures have clashed over territorial disputes since the 1960s, which can often explode into violence. It's a commercial zone and it looks much like anywhere else in the Sydney CBD during the day, but at night it's all vice (prostitution, gambling, drugs, etc). 

I was told the police take twice as long to arrive in King's Cross. There's a large police HQ at Darlinghurst but apparently police who move quickly around the Cross are brave to the point of being reckless.

One morning, after a night spent clubbing in the Cross, I was eating breakfast on a terrace overlooking the main street when I saw this biker - a fierce behemoth covered in ink and roid rage - come charging down the sidewalk as fast as he could move without running (which was likely his top speed, each of his legs were roughly the size of my torso). He was a monster of a man and he wasn't hiding his feelings or playing coy. The look of fury on his face screamed, "Someone is going to die."

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

The Last of the Humans

Nearly everyone is psychotic. Their thoughts and feelings are not in sync with reality. This is what happens when children are raised with lies and violence. 

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

The Betrayal of Capt John Brown

"Had I so interfered on behalf of the rich, the powerful, the intelligent, the so-called great...and suffered and sacrificed what I have in this interference, it would have been all right..." 
- John Brown (to the Virginia Court in Charlestown on Nov 2, 1859)

"Reminiscences of the Civil War by a Confederate Staff Officer"
In Harper's Ferry there was an armory and arsenal belonging to the government. At the time of the raid large quantities of arms, 100,000 stand of rifles, had been made there and were stored in the arsenal for use when needed.
The north easternmost end of the Valley of Virginia was settled by families mainly from Eastern Virginia, attracted by the fertility of the soil. They brought with them the institution of slavery, which, no matter what its faults may have been, gave to the people a phase of social life, an immunity from the drudgery of existence, a leisure for the cultivation of mind and manners. People opposed to slavery were simply ignorant of the subject. They said slavery was brutal, therefore slave-owners were brutal. Bad men are brutal often, and some slave-owners were brutal; but that they were brutal as a class, I deny.