Category Archives: Philosophy

The Moral Outlook of Traditionalism

I see myself as a traditionalist first and foremost because family life worked well in the past, much better in the past compared to today, this being provable by statistics.  What made the past work, what are the key characteristics … Continue reading

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Is Patriarchy in Peril?

This is in response to the video at the 21 Studios youtube channel “Patriarchy In Peril.”  The culture is in peril, fatherhood is in peril, respect for male authority is in peril, but that doesn’t quite mean that patriarchy is … Continue reading

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Feminism as the Erasure of God

Did I chose to be a feminist in my younger years, say from birth to my mid-20s?  I certainly was a feminist, or at least would consider myself to be feminist from my current point of view.  The funny thing … Continue reading

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Patriarchy and Collectivism

Anthony Johnson said on August 21, 2021 on twitter: “The attack on ‘individualism’ from the right today is stupid and misguided. Tradcon collectivism, a false dichotomy. You are playing into the hands of your enemies. The entire basis of individual … Continue reading

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Idealism leads to Patriarchy and Selfishness leads to Feminism

Lori recently said in a comment at this website: “Feminism is not at all predicated on the notion that men are bad. It is predicated on that notion that power by men over women is bad. Feminists do not want … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Candace Owens Making Her Husband a Sandwich

I am in favor of patriarchy and I am in favor of traditional gender roles, I am in favor of the 1950s family model of the wife staying at home with the kids while the man goes off to work … Continue reading

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Looking at the Coronavirus Crisis

We are living through history here my friends; we are living in interesting times. Nothing like this has happened since the 1918 Spanish Flu; 100 years of good luck now broken. World War I happened from July 28, 1914 to … Continue reading

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Rollo Tomassi and Friends Blatantly Advocating Infidelity

While I was watching a recent video by Rollo Tomassi, “What’s Wrong with the Red Pill?”, where Tomassi was making fun of and attacking his various critics in the Manosphere, I ran across something extraordinary, something I wasn’t expecting to … Continue reading

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To Serve or To Impress a Woman

Is it better to serve a woman or to impress a woman? A woman you are romantically interested in, a woman you want to be in a relationship with. If there is a girl that you like you want to … Continue reading

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Does the Traditional Man Objectify the Traditional Woman?

In response to my previous post titled “Roosh V has Reduced Women to Sexual Commodities” Bj made the comment: “Your ‘traditional woman’ is as much a commodity to you as Roosh’s ‘modern woman’. She’s still an object to you, if … Continue reading

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