Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Watched episode 1 of Godless and then skipped to the last episode. I don't think I missed much in between; of course the SJWs are crying that the series isn't feminist enough, even if they acknowledge that any [more] feminism would make the show rather anachronistic. It is bad feminist propaganda as it is, and a stupid story. The final shoot-out showed a lot of movement and exposure that would get one killed but I don't think the creators really cared.

More on the 100th Anniversary

History of Russia

Russian Faith: The Riveting History of the Russian State Told Through High Quality Film - Episode 1

Metropolitan Hilarion on the 100th Anniversary of the Martyrdom for the Royal Family
Archpriest Andrei Tkachev. A Hundred Years Later
Rare photographs of the Royal Family

The Propaganda Machine Never Stops and the Devil Never Sleeps


Mary, Queen of Scots

A feminist slant on the story of the two queens? With cultural Marxism in full swing, I don't expect any decent period films in English.

More of the Same

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Sunday, July 15, 2018

Saturday, July 14, 2018

White Genocide: Boer Delegation Comes to Russia Asking for Permission to Settle and Farm

3GW Resources

The View From Olympus: Resources for Maneuver Warfare by William Lind

Mending a broken heart

I was thinking about the question after recalling the claim that it takes six months to rewire neural pathways to change a habit; would it take that long to get over a relationship? It does seem that looking to change the object of affection might speed up the process. But is mending a broken heart more like a habit or a complex behavior-emotion feedback loop that requires more time? Obviously pining away for the other person won't help the process; but what can be done to accelerate this? Moving on -- changing one's daily patterns of behavior. Focusing on other things. What other advice do people normally give?

Not the 80s You Are Looking For

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Walker Percy

Walker Percy and the Gift of Influence By BRIAN A. SMITH
Far from atomized, our lives are indelibly impacted by others, as Percy well understood.