A Monstrous Mess (collapse & shared narratives)

A Monstrous Mess Painting in broad strokes, I would say that the discipline era began with the industrial revolution and eventually ended due to backlash in the form of the 1960’s counterculture. And what did the discipline era produce? It produced greatest economic and population booms in the history of mankind, the eradication or cure… Continue reading A Monstrous Mess (collapse & shared narratives)

Why Post-Election Revolt and Crisis is Unlikely, Part 2

In an earlier post, I argued that the outcome of the 2016 US presidential election would likely not lead to national upheaval, but I want to expand on it. As the Great Depression showed, economic crisis does not necessarily lead to revolt. But historically speaking, revolt generally occurs during periods of extreme economic disruption and… Continue reading Why Post-Election Revolt and Crisis is Unlikely, Part 2

The Trajectory of America

From Social Matter: SWPLs, Amerikaners, The Alt-Right, And The Coming State This passage stood out: The system is decaying and unsustainable. It is increasingly liquidating a limited pool of capital to keep the economic charade going, while all the real productivity, and the culture of hardworking self-reliance that goes with it, goes overseas. See one… Continue reading The Trajectory of America