Victory in Aleppo – the Syrian Arab Army Is on the Offensive

Victory in Aleppo – the Syrian Arab Army Is on the Offensive

This is pretty much all true below. The threats of Saudi Arabia and Turkey to invade Syria, probably to seize Syrian territory for a “no-fly zone” are absolutely terrifying. The SAA is going to attack the Turks and Saudis if they invade Syria, and the Russians may help them by attacking the Turks and Saudis themselves.

All of this is utter madness, as the Turks could invoke Article 5 of NATO by claiming they are under attack and then NATO would be obliged to respond to Syrian and possibly Russian attacks on the Turks. Historically, any nation that attacks the Saudis gets the assistance of the Pentagon in one way or another, either with shipments of weaponry or with intelligence, command and control and logistics. The crazy British military tends to do the same whenever the Saudis decide to fight a war. In other words, whenever the Saudis are at war, historically the US and UK get involved militarily.

I cannot overemphasize the gravity of this situation.

Turkey is presently creating a fake humanitarian crisis by refusing to let 80,000 Syrian refugees into the country. Turkey has already let in 2.3 million Syrians and they could easily let these in too. By creating a fake humanitarian crisis in Aleppo, Turkey is creating the casus belli which it could use to invade Syria to set up a safe zone to “protect the refugee civilians.” In reality, these refugees are holed up along the border in tent camps far from the present fighting and are under no danger whatsoever.

I would like to point out that the phony and blatantly no-fly zone that the US, Turkey and Saudi Arabia keep threatening to set up is in territory that is presently held by Al-Nusra and the Islamic State. So this no-fly zone would simply turn into a huge base to protect these Western-supported proxies from the defeat that seems to loom ahead of them.

This Erdogan seems like a complete psycho. He’s one of the most dangerous men in the world today. I have never seen a Turkish leader as brazen and reckless as this man. He’s a loose cannon that is totally out of control and he’s basically a menace to the whole world at this point.

The Saudi leader Prince Salman has recently asserted himself as de facto leader and he is out of control too. I have never seen the Saudis so audacious, crazed, blind and menacing in my life.

Saudi Arabia and Turkey are two of the most evil countries on Earth and are presently a massive and terrifying threat to world peace. Of course, their best buddies the US and NATO are apparently backing these unpredictable menaces to the hilt as they have always done.

The article claims that the US Special Forces are going into Syria to help the rebel groups fighting Assad. I have no evidence that our forces in Syria are doing this at the moment.

However, I believe that it is true that the Saudis and the Turks both have military advisors embedded with the various rebel groups. And in all probability, Turkish military forces are indeed active in Syria fighting alongside the rebels. And certainly the fascist Grey Wolves and other Turkish militias are fighting with the rebels – this has been proven.

The article notes that the US bombed a Syrian army base in Deir Ezzor. I do not think this is correct. The Syrian army was defending a town which was under attack by a large ISIS force. In the midst of the battle, US jets dropped bombs on the Syrian forces defending the town, killing eight Syrian troops and destroying some artillery pieces.

They had to have done this on purpose. The US lied and said the Russians bombed the Syrian army in that town. The US said that instead of bombing that town, US jets had hit another target. However, that target was 25 miles away from where the jets bombed. So that means that the US carried out airstrikes in support of ISIS during a battle between ISIS and the Syrian army! Isn’t that outrageous? The US military is playing a very dirty game in Syria. This is a grave matter.




The Syrian Arab Army Recently (SAA) achieved a major victory in Aleppo and is on the offensive all over Syria, liberating terrorist-occupied territories and preparing for an even wider offensive.

Meanwhile the Empire of Chaos (the US) and its allies the Axis of Chaos (the NATO-GCC-Israel forces) are so desperate that they are threatening open war. We can only hope that they are bluffing and do not plan to destroy the world in a childish temper tantrum over their inability to destroy Syria.

The Geneva Peace Talks collapsed, to the surprise of no one, as the so called “Opposition” (front men for terrorists) seemed unable to adjust to the reality that they are losing and continued to make demands. Obviously, the longer diplomacy is delayed, the better, although Russia and Syria had no plans to interrupt their offensive even if Geneva III had not collapsed.

The only way to restore peace to Syria is to drive the terrorists out of Syria once and for all and to cut off all their routes into the country. Thanks to the bravery of the SAA, this is exactly what is taking place.

Aleppo, which a year ago Erdogan bragged had become a new Turkish province and from which he looted whole factories to enrich his gangster friends and family, is on the verge of being liberated from the terrorists. Aleppo is not alone. Latakia is almost completely liberated, the terrorist stronghold of Daraa is under assault, the SAA are preparing an offensive in Idlib. Clearly the SAA’s offensive is only expanding in strength and momentum.

First I’ll discuss the threat of expanded imperialist intervention in Syria. Most outrageously, the US, against the wishes of the Syrian people and government, decided to illegally occupy Syrian territory and build a base on Syrian soil. The US also announced plan to send an ever-expanding force into Syria supposedly to fight ISIS but in reality to aid them and other terrorists. Their motives are so transparent. The more victories Syria and Iraq win against their terrorist proxies, the more desperate the US is to intervene in both countries.

Yet what are a few thousand troops going to accomplish when more than 100,000 proved unable to contain the Iraqi Resistance. They will be used to advise and support the terrorists, but they have been doing that all along.

In response to the Russian intervention, the Axis of Chaos began pouring weapons, troops and advisers into Syria, but aside from achieving some temporary successes early on, they now face utter defeat. Let’s hope this new scheme proves equally futile. Ironically the US is building the base in Kurdish territory but the Syrian Kurds are moving closer and closer to Russia and Syria.

Thus Russia was able to counter by building its own base in Kurdish territory. Currently the YPG are on the offensive, trying to seize the terrorist-held area separating the two halves of their autonomous zone.

This leads to the next danger – Turkey is threatening to invade Northern Syria. For Erdogan, YPG control of his precious terrorist highway is a red line. Yet such an invasion would lead him into a confrontation with Russian and Syrian airpower. It would probably end in disaster for Turkey. In reality of course, Turkey invaded long ago. Its troops pretend to be rebels and fight shoulder to shoulder with the terrorists.

The final threat is the most absurd of all. The Saudis are threatening to invade “to fight terrorism,” fooling only the most ignorant. The Saudis are the top ideological and financial source for terrorism in the world as even the New York Times admits. Of course they carry out all this out with the full cooperation of Western intelligence. Saudi Arabia is nothing more then the Islamic State in a more respectable (simply because it’s older) form as everyone knows. But what makes it truly absurd is that it is a hollow threat.

Saudi Arabia is already losing in Yemen, where despite overwhelming military superiority, they have completely failed to reconquer the country to reinstall their ousted puppet al-Hadi. Despite starving the populace, destroying schools, hospitals, and Yemen’s historical heritage, they are losing. Despite unleashing their terrorist proxies, they are losing. The Saudi Army reportedly doesn’t even dare fight, hiding in bases while foreign mercenaries, especially veterans of Colombian death squads, do the fighting and have suffered heavy losses.

The Saudis can’t even protect their own territories – the Houthis control parts of Saudi Arabia. In other words, I almost hope they do invade Syria where they have funded so much mayhem and destruction. This would allow the SAA to take a terrible revenge on the notoriously soft Saudis and would hopefully hasten the end of the treacherous Saudi Monarchy, those puppets of the UK, the US, and Israel.

Unfortunately the Saudis would invade with an entire alliance, but they also invaded Yemen with an alliance. We will have to see how far the Axis of Chaos is willing to go. They risk plunging the world into nuclear war as the Russians have not so subtly threatened to protect their forces in Syria by any means necessary, including nuclear.

Unfortunately, since the start of the war in Ukraine and the beginning of Cold War 2.0, the “new normal” apparently involves keeping the world permanently on the brink of nuclear war. Such is the perpetual state of madness we live in under the Empire of Chaos. Syria has been surrounded by enemies and under constant threat since it gained its independence. Whatever threats it faces, it will remain defiantly ready to fight to retain that independence.

As Walid al-Moallem Syria’s Foreign minister said:

“Any aggressor will be sent back to their country in a wooden box.”

All these threats, diplomatic schemes, and of course, a propaganda campaign absurd in its selective outrage are motivated by the Axis of Chaos’ current inability to do anything to stop the triumphant offensive of the SAA and its allies as they reclaim town after town and city after city.

The province of Latakia is almost completely liberated. The SAA recently captured the terrorist stronghold Salma which they had spent 2 1/2 years and lost many brave fighters trying to capture. Aleppo is on the verge of being the next liberated territory. The terrorists forces there began to collapse a month ago, and now the SAA has won a stunning strategic victory that will bring doom to all the various terrorist militias.

By capturing Ratyan and Mayer, the SAA have managed to cut off the Aleppo-Gaziantep Highway, the main terrorist supply route into the province and beyond. Cut off from food and ammunition, surrounded by the SAA, and with nowhere to hide as everywhere the locals are hungry for revenge for the horrors they suffered under terrorist occupation, they will be lucky if they escape alive, and thousands are already fleeing.

The SAA also broke the siege of Nubbul and al-Zahran, where the locals had been starved and terrorized for years. The SAA was greeted with tremendous joy. It was one of the most uplifting moments since the lifting of the siege of Kuweires Airbase last fall.

Far to the east in Deir Ezzor, the heroic defense continues, with the SAA forces and the local civilians resisting the attempts by ISIS to destroy this loyalist foothold in the midst of their territory. Luckily the defense of Deir Ezzor is being lead by the legendary General Issaam Zahraadeen who fights on the front lines with his men manning a machine gun. ISIS has been desperately trying to seize Deir Ezzor, and the Americans even helped them at one point by bombing the Syrian base and then blaming the Russians.

Yet Deir Ezzor is still standing, and ISIS’ many attacks have only led to repeated defeats. Remember the heroes of Deir Ezzor – their heroic resistance is symbolic of the whole Syrian War – surrounded by enemies and under constant attack, they have not only survived, they have triumphed. Elsewhere the SAA seem to be advancing or preparing to advance on almost every front. Even in Raqqah, the ISIS capital (or it was until the leaders fled due to Russian airstrikes), the Syrian forces delivered devastating strikes today.

Thanks to their Russian allies, the SAA has been rearming and retraining. Russia has clearly been subtly increasing its presence on the ground, and the first Russian adviser recently lost his life.

Unfortunately I can’t record his name here, as it is classified. He may have been from Chechnya, and Russia in one of its famous “non-denial” denials recently denied there were Chechen Special Forces in Syria, while basically just objecting to the term and pretty much admitting it.

Of course Russia has always had advisers in Syria, but clearly they are now openly waging a covert war in aid of their Syrian allies. In addition, their artillery advisers and supplies or new artillery batteries have helped the SAA offensive gain momentum and even Western experts are using the word “cauldron” to describe what is about to happen to the terrorists.

Whoever this unknown Russian soldier was, I salute the Russians’ willingness to risk their lives in defense of Syria. I also hope that Russia will increase its ground forces in Syria both to counter the American Special Forces and to guard against any reckless moves by the “Sultan of Chaos,” as Pepe Escobar calls Erdogan. And I’m thankful Ramzan Kadyrovhas sent in his feared Chechens to battle ISIS.

These are only some of the fronts in Syria’s war, yet on every front, Syria is either making dramatic advances or laying the groundwork for future advances. They are on the offensive against the terrorist stronghold of Daara. They are preparing an attack on Idlib Province.

We can only hope that the coming months will bring further victories from the SAA and its allies Hezbollah, Iran, Iraq and the Russians. They are aided by masses of volunteers from the Syrians public who have joined the NDF militias and who have the important job of securing the recaptured territories so that the SAA can move on to further offensives. Victory to Syria!

Before I end, I’d also like to remember the heroic people of Yemen who are battling the Axis of Chaos, and against all the odds managing not just to survive but to inflict terrible punishment on their invaders.

And sadly, I must warn of a grave danger to Libya where Western powers are planning to re-invade on the excuse of battling ISIS when they are the ones who installed ISIS to occupy the former Green Resistance stronghold of Sirte. We must oppose any second invasion of Libya under the phony excuse of battling the terrorists that NATO itself put in charge of the country.

And of course we must keep a close eye on Venezuela, where fascism threatens to seize control of the country and destroy the Bolivarian Socialist Revolution. Last month the fascists murdered prominent loyalist journalist Ricardo Durant, another in the seemingly endless list of victims of Operation Condor/Phoenix Program.

In Argentina, fascism is already on the rampage. Amidst such grim news, the continued victories of the SAA provide a beacon of hope for the world and an example of heroic struggle. No matter the odds against them, they have refused to surrender, and the people of the world must follow this example if we ever hope to end this Empire of Chaos before it decides to end the world.


I highly recommend the book, Assad: The Struggle for the Middle East, by Patrick Seale, on Syria’s heroic history. And Tim Anderson’s definitive book on the topic The Dirty War on Syria is now available in e-format at Global Research.

Subscribe to Eric Draitser’s Youtube channel. Every Sunday, he appears on Don Debar’s CPR Sunday as a guest with Mark Sleboda for an hour-long discussion, and Syria is usually the main topic – a must listen for those following the war. It usually appears a couple days later.

A wonderful site with news on Syria, Palestine and Yemen is Vanessa Beeley’s The Wall Will Fall.

Eva Bartlett printed this great account from a Syrian on the Liberation of Salma.

A must-read article on the strategic significance of the victory in Aleppo.

al-Moallem gives Syria’s defiant response to anyone threatening to invade.

A mocking assessment of Saudi Arabia’s Syrian invasion plans in the context of their failures in Yemen.

Turkey’s fascist Gray Wolves are playing an increasing role in Syria.

The original source of this article is Anti- Imperialist U.

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Saudi Air Force Refuses to Bomb Al-Qaeda and ISIS in Southern Yemen

This is great. As you can see, the Saudis and their sickening Sunni allies have absolutely refused to bomb ISIS and Al Qaeda in Yemen! Instead, all of their targets of their bombs have been the Yemeni Army itself and the Houthis.

The Houthis are hated by the Saudis and the rest of their Sunni allies because they are nominally Shia, although this is not quite true and because they are allied with Iran. It is true that as a nominally Shia organization, the Houthis have a good relationship with Iran. Of course all Shia groups everywhere on Earth have a good relationship with Iran. Why would they not? It goes with the territory.

The Saudis allege that the Houthis are an Iranian pawn being used by Iran to conquer Arab land in Saudi Arabia’s backyard. The truth is that Iran has given the Houthis little more than moral support in this war as far as I can tell. The Houthis have their own ways of obtaining weaponry as they have much of the armory of the Yemeni Army available. As you can see, the vast majority of the Yemeni Army has gone over to the Houthis, so the Saudis and their disgusting pals are relentlessly bombing the official army of Yemen!In addition, the Houthi rebellion is all about internal Yemeni politics and has nothing to do with Iran and I imagine Iran could care less about internal Yemeni politics.

Further, the Houthis are only nominally Shia. Although most call themselves Shia, the Zaydi Shia of Yemen are so Sunnized that they differ on only one or two religious principles from the Sunnis. So the Houthis are “Shia” who are almost Sunnis. Most Houthis refer to themselves as Shia, but some say they are both Shia and Sunni and others say that they are Sunni.

The Sunni-Shia divide was never very important historically in Yemen until very recently when fresh wounds were torn by the Saudis and their buddies along with the sectarian Al Qaeda and ISIS. So Yemeni was never a sectarian place and the Sunni-Shia divide barely existed here until sectarianism was created by takfiris and outside Sunni states eager to stir up sectarian violence and hatred where none had existed before.

When asked why his air force had not bombed ISIS and Al Qaeda, a Saudi minister brushed the question aside and said Yemeni Al Qaeda was a Houthi ally and project! That’s insane! Al Qaeda and the Houthis absolutely hate each other and have been locked in mortal combat for some time now. The lies of the Saudis and Turks are outrageous in their preposterousness such that only an insane person could believe them. But the Western media has been repeating the idiotic lies of the both the Turks and the Saudis, two of the most evil regimes on Earth, verbatim. The Western media is despicable!

Saudi Air Force Refuses to Bomb Al-Qaeda and ISIS in Southern Yemen

By Leith Fadel

Global Research, February 07, 2016

Al-Masdar News 7 February 2016


The Saudi Air Force has deliberately refused to bomb the Yemeni Al-Qaeda faction “Ansar Al-Shariah” and the so-called “Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham” (ISIS) in southern Yemen, despite their recent gains and exponential growth across the country.

Al-Masdar News has recently monitored the concentration of the Saudi-led Coalition airstrikes in Yemen and found that the Yemeni Army and the Houthis have been the only targets for these warplanes, which begs the question as to “why” they don’t target ISIS and Al-Qaeda.

In fact, if it wasn’t for the U.S. drone strike in Southern Yemen this week, Ansar Al-Shariah would have been relatively untouched this entire war.

Perhaps even more shocking than this revelation, the Saudi-led Coalition’s warplanes have been responsible for the death of 300+ Yemeni civilians in only a matter of 7 days.

The primary culprit behind these airstrikes is the Saudi Air Force, who has reduced the historical cities of Saada and Sanaa into rubble, while their ground forces fail to regain territory inside southern Saudi Arabia.

At this rate, the Saudi Air Force and their allies will not ease off of bombing Yemeni Army controlled cities; however, when can we expect them to bomb both Al-Qaeda and ISIS?

Leith Fadel

Editor-in-Chief Specializing in Near Eastern Affairs and Economics. Al-Masdar News

The original source of this article is Al-Masdar News

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Robert Stark interviews Rabbit about Art, Architecture, & Culture

New Stark interview here.

Later on in the interview, I arrive to co-host the show with Stark, so there is a lot of me in this interview too.This was a long interview with two one hour segments. I linked to the first segment which focused on the politics of the Alternative Left. This hour leaves politics aside and instead focuses on art, design and architecture and in addition on the relationship between culture, economics and these three aesthetic forces. If you are into art, design or architecture, I think you will really enjoy this interview.

Rabbit is an artist, experimental musician, and blogs at AltLeft.comRobert Lindsay joins latter in on the conversation

Topics include:

How politics is driven by the culture.
How conservatives tend to focus on politics and are ineffective in creating culture.
How the Alternative Right tends to attracts more creative types than the Mainstream Right.
Why Rabbit feels that much of the Alternative Right holds backwards views towards art and culture.
Rabbit’s artistic inspiration in MinimalismCubism, Mid-Century Space Age, and Dutch Constructivism.
Danish Modern Interior Design.
Robert Stark’s artwork.
The difference between between modernism and postmodernism.
Italian Futurism.
How cultural innovation has stagnated.
How the past is the future (ex: in the mid-20th Century, the culture looked to the future instead of the past).
Vintage Las Vegas.
Whether capitalism is responsible for aesthetic decline.
How in the early to mid-20th Century there was still an innocence to capitalism and higher aesthetic standards.
Mid-Century advertisements.
Strip malls and suburban cookie-cutter houses as an example of when architecture is driven purely by profit without any aesthetic value.

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The Dirty War on Syria: New E-Book by Prof. Tim Anderson

Everything in the article below is pretty much 100% true. And everything below is completely contradictory to the narrative laid out by the Western media. You’re being lied to. You’re being brainwashed. Almost everything you are reading about Syria is either biased, war propaganda or an out and out lie.

Key points:

The propaganda in the Western media uses some of the worst lying in recent memory.

The Western-backed moderate rebels are mostly Al Qaeda, allied with Al Qaeda or similar to Al Qaeda. There are some secular nationalist rebels, but their numbers are not large.

Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey have been arming the Al Qaeda aligned rebels with incredible amounts of weaponry. They have also been training them. All of this is being done under US supervision. NATO is also deeply involved for some insane reason.

ISIS is mostly a pretext used by the US and other Western countries to stay involved militarily in the region, often for nefarious means. In other words, “war on ISIS” is used as a cover by the West to overthrow Assad. It’s all phony. Bottom line is that ISIS is a US asset. If you don’t know what that means, go look up the word asset when it comes to intelligence agencies and then get back to me. Briefly, an asset is an entity that while not controlled by the US and often scapegoated or even attacked by the US, is nevertheless used by the US (as an asset) when it is convenient. Many armed groups do not even know that they are US assets.

It is not just that almost all of the village massacres were done by the rebels, but instead that 100% of them were. The Assad regime simply does not operate that way. Yes, they can be very nasty and they do kill civilians, this is definitely true. Syrian use of barrel bombs on mostly civilian targets in cities controlled by the rebels was particularly deplorable. If the Assad regime doesn’t like you or wants you dead or gone, they simply arrest you and disappear you in some military prison somewhere. There you will be tortured, in many cases to death. You will be deprived of adequate nutrition and all medical care and you will be beaten regularly.

But going into a village, rounding up scores of civilians and massacring them, often in horrific ways including beheading and various forms of dismemberment and disembowelment? The Syrian regime doesn’t play like that. They simply do not do such things or at least have not in this recent war. As noted above, they have other ways of dealing with hostile civilians, such as the deplorable barrel bombs. But rounding up civilians in villages and slaughtering them is simply not Assad’s style. If they want you dead or gone, they have other preferred ways of doing so.

The Dirty War on Syria: New E-Book by Prof. Tim Anderson

By Global Research

Global Research Publishers has launched Professor Tim Anderson’s timely and important book on Syria

The E-book is available for purchase from Global Research 


Tim Anderson  has written the best systematic critique of western fabrications justifying the war against the Assad government. 

No other text brings together all the major accusations and their effective refutation.

This text is essential reading for all peace and justice activists.  -James Petras, Author and Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghamton University, New York, Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization.

Tim Anderson’s important new book, titled “The Dirty War on Syria” discusses US naked aggression – “rely(ing) on a level of mass disinformation not seen in living memory,” he explains.

ISIS is the pretext for endless war without mercy, Assad the target, regime change the objective, wanting pro-Western puppet governance replacing Syrian sovereign independence.

There’s nothing civil about war in Syria, raped by US imperialism, partnered with rogue allies. Anderson’s book is essential reading to understand what’s going on. Stephen Lendman, Distinguished Author and Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), Host of the Progressive Radio News Hour on the Progressive Radio Network.

Professor Anderson demonstrates unequivocally through carefully documented research that America’s “moderate opposition” are bona fide Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorists created and protected by the US and its allies, recruited  and trained by Saudi Arabia, Turkey, in liaison with Washington and Brussels.

Through careful analysis, professor Anderson reveals the “unspoken truth”: the “war on terrorism” is fake, the United States is a “state sponsor of terrorism” involved in a criminal undertaking. Michel Chossudovsky, Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization, Professor of Economics (Emeritus), University of Ottawa.

Click here to purchase Tim Anderson’s Book (pdf) 


The Dirty War on Syria has relied on a level of mass disinformation not seen in living memory. In seeking ‘regime change’ the big powers sought to hide their hand, using proxy armies of ‘Islamists’, demonizing the Syrian Government and constantly accusing it of atrocities. In this way Syrian President Bashar al Assad, a mild-mannered eye doctor, became the new evil in the world.

The popular myths of this dirty war – that it is a ‘civil war’, a ‘popular revolt’ or a sectarian conflict – hide a murderous spree of ‘regime change’ across the region. The attack on Syria was a necessary consequence of Washington’s ambition, stated openly in 2006, to create a ‘New Middle East’. After the destruction of Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya, Syria was next in line.

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Five years into this war the evidence is quite clear and must be set out in detail. The terrible massacres were mostly committed by the Western backed jihadists, then blamed on the Syrian Army. The Western media and many Western NGOs parroted the official line. Their sources were almost invariably those allied to the ‘jihadists’. Contrary to the myth that the big powers now have their own ‘war on terror’, those same powers have backed every single anti-government armed group in Syria, ‘terrorists’ in any other context, adding thousands of ‘jihadis’ from dozens of countries.

Yet in Syria this dirty war has confronted a disciplined national army which did not disintegrate along sectarian lines. Despite terrible destruction and loss of life, Syria has survived, deepening its alliance with Russia, Iran, the Lebanese Resistance, the secular Palestinians and, more recently, with Iraq. The tide has turned against Washington, and that will have implications beyond Syria.

As Western peoples we have been particularly deceived by this dirty war, reverting to our worst traditions of intervention, racial prejudice and poor reflection on our own histories. This book tries to tell its story while rescuing some of the better western traditions: the use of reason, ethical principle and the search for independent evidence.

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Man Shoots Dog; Dog Shoots Man – Film at 11


Who knows? Maybe karma exists after all.


Every action has an equal and opposite reaction? Maybe so, and maybe that’s a damn good thing sometimes.

I am convinced that God has set aside a particularly nasty slice of Hell particularly for animal abusers. And they probably have to have a wall of around this area to keep the other denizens of Hell from killing them again and again.

Bad people have more morals than you think. It’s often not so much that they have “no morals” but that they have their own peculiar and perverse moral hierarchy. But a lot of bad people definitely believe in the concept of transgression, and they don’t like those they call immoral one bit. In fact they hate them far more than we do. They hate the violators of their own moral code so much that they will out and out murder them without a care in the world, while few of the rest of us would stoop that low.


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What Are the Aughts?

What are  the aughts? Or rather what were they, since as an historical phenomena, they are no longer with us except in memory. What does the word aughts refer to? Is there only one aughts or is there more than one? If it exists, what might the other aughts be called.

Ten Brownie points and a pat on the head for the right answer. Plus you get to stay out til dark tonite before you have to come in.


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Joke of the Night

Anyway, a Nazi billionaire and a Jewish socialist walk into a bar. The bartender says…

Oh, I forget the rest. Anyone remember how the rest goes?


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Just In: Sanders and Trump Win in New Hampshire

A couple of serious victories by two frankly insurgent candidates who are out to smash the political status quo. Sanders is out to smash the Democratic status quo, and Trump is out to smash the Republican status quo. It is appears there are mass rebellions against the official parties, against the DNC and the RNC, with the implication that people on both sides of the political fence have had it up to here with the way things are and are ready for a serious, even radical, break with business as usual.

A spectre is haunting the American world. The spectre of populism!

The populists of America refuse to conceal their aims. They openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of the two existing political parties. Let the two parties of America tremble at the possibility of a populist revolution.

People of America unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains! You have a nation to win!

I will leave this post up for anyone who wishes to discuss the earth-shattering results of the New Hampshire elections, what they mean, and what lies in store for us, trembling in wait.


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Who Is This Woman?


Mystery woman. You would recognize her 15-20 years ago but maybe not now.

Who is this woman? How old is she? What is she famous for?


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Repost: Masculine Feminine Dualities Chart


This is a very popular post that is still being linked all over the web. I will repost it again because I believe many of you are new and you have not read it yet.

Go ahead and comment on it as there is a lot to comment on. You can say whatever you want. You can even say that this is sexist, well some women are like the masculine quality, some men are like the feminine quality, bla bla. That’s PC bullshit, but some of you SJW’s on here like to talk like that. As I said, I will not ban on these comments, but I will say in advance that that is a retarded critique of the post.

First of all, it’s not about men and women. It’s about the masculine spirit and the feminine spirit. Keep in mind that aspects of both the masculine and feminine spirits are probably present in most if not all humans. I agree with Weininger on that one.

So when your critique is, “Hey some women are like that male spirit,” or “Hey, some men are like that female spirit,” you are being an SJW retard, but that phrase is a redundancy. Let me reiterate this over and over: Masculine spirit does not = men. Feminine spirit does not = women! Got it, SJW’s? Any given man probably has some feminine spirit in him and may have a number of the attributes below. Any given women probably has some of the masculine spirit and may have any number of the masculine attributes below.

One way to look at this is to see this as a binary view of the universe. We can say that the universe is 50% masculine spirit and 50% feminine spirit. Neither one is better than the other, and in fact, they are quite complimentary and fit together like two pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.

In fact, without each other, these spirits are rather bereft. For instance, if you are a man who lives only in the masculine half of the universe, that’s ok by me and a lot of men probably do just that. However, my point would be that you are only living in half the world. You are missing out on one half of the whole universe that you could be experiencing. Although it is fine with many folks to live in only half of the world and blow off the other half, personally I think you are living a somewhat diminished life by doing that.

I would also argue that these spirits modify each other. In parts of the world where there is excessive masculine spirit, there are all sorts of problems. I am sure you know what I am talking about. Latin America and the Arab and Muslim world, I am looking at you. These places are suffering from an imbalance of spirit. They need more feminine spirit to equalize matters and create a more harmonious society. As it is, they are out of balance.

Excessive feminine spirit doesn’t really work either. All-female workplaces are known to be nightmarish, and the women who work there will be the first to tell you so. The PC West currently suffers from excessive feminine spirit, and the results are not pretty in my opinion. This out of balance world has resulted in the growth of MRA’s, PUA’s, Game, Red pill, the Alternative Right, etc. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Remember? Works in sociopolitics as well.

Ultimately I would argue that when you have a true excess of feminine spirit, probably not a lot of work gets done, people are probably not very ambitious, there could be a lot of chaos and dysfunction in society and ultimately society pretty much falls apart. I believe that society must be run pretty much according to the masculine principle. The feminine principle can participate, but a collaborator with the ruling principle, not a competitor to it.

One way to divide the world is into masculine and feminine essences or spirits. Half of the world is the Masculine Spirit and the other half of the world is the Feminine Spirit. If a man only lives in the Masculine Spirit, he is missing out on half the world! Similarly, if a woman only lives in the Feminine Spirit, she too is blind to half of the world.

This post made a lot of women mad. They called it sexist and left the blog or got banned. Oh well. I happen to think there is something to this.

Feel free to comment. I think it is an interesting chart:

The first five principles are by Otto Weininger and are bolded, but the last 56 are by me.

Characters     Masculine   Feminine 


Activity       Active        Passive
Consciousness  Conscious     Unconscious
Thinking       Objective     Subjective
Genius         Yes           No
Productivity   Productive    Nonproductive
Energy         Generative    Receptive
Mind           Thinking      Feeling
Emotion        Stoic         Moody
Tactile        Callous       Sensitive
Humor          Slapstick     Irony
Weather        Calm          Unsettled
Temperature    Cold          Warm
Graph          Linear        Scatterplot
Empathy        Poor          Rich
Pain           Inflict       Receive
Confrontation  Forward       Withdrawal
Reaction       Contemplative Reactive
Style          Deliberative  Unthinking
Intensity      Concentration Distraction
Denial style   Projection    Fantasy
Egotism style  Narcissism    Histrionic
Pathology      Sociopath     Borderline
Defense        Anger         Denial
Ego desire     Expansion     Dissolution
Depression     Sublimation   Immersion
Reliance       Self          Others
Compassion     Little        Great
Wakefulness    Aware         Unaware
Alertness      Wide Awake    Sleepwalking
Planning       Methodical    Conspiring
Morality       Strict        Contingent
Aggression     Physical      Subterfuge
Violence       External      Internal
Warfare        Bully         Victim
Hierarchy      Dominant      Submissive
Force          Blunt         Subtle
Texture        Harsh         Smooth
Resistance     Extreme       Yielding
Linear         Straight      Jagged
Presentation   Forthright    Devious
Surface        Clear         Opaque
Understand     Simple        Complicated
Logic          Linear        Circular
Movement       Stiff         Flowing
Grain          Coarse        Fine
Instrument     Blunt         Subtle
Transport      Highway       Stream
Route          A to B        Roundabout
Tour           Autobahn      Scenic route
Flight         Soar          Flutter
Hobby          Monomania     Dilettante
Truths         Multiple      Singular
Theory         Branching     Obsessive
Fact           Durable       Momentary
Manichean      Yes           Grey Area
Systematics    Categorizing  Noncategorizing
Science        Empirical     Intuitive
Philosophy     Tough         Dream State
Ubermensch     More common   Less common
Body           Hard          Soft
Tissue         Sinewy        Fatty
Signal         Weathervane   Antenna
Telepathy      Illiterate    Mindreader
Broadcast      Subwoofer     Subliminal 
Travel         Itinerary     Lark  
Decision       Plotted       Whimsy
Confusion      Certainty     Perplexed
Party          Kegger        Cocktail  
Social         Optional      Mandatory
Sex            Compulsion    Choice
Intellectual   Paradise      Boredom
Bird           Hawk          Hummingbird  
Birdsong       Crow          Warbler 
Love           Auxiliary     Requirement 
Danger         Physical      Psychological 
Grudge         Discard       Retain  
Armistice      Reconcile     Cold Peace
Storm          Thunderstorm  Spring Shower
Communication  Telegraph     Epistolary novel
Law            Spirit        Letter
Style          Avant-garde   Fashion   

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