Sunday, July 01, 2007

Something of a Change

I haven't been here for a while. A lot has changed in my own life and in my perspective on life in general. I don't disclaim anything I've said here in the past -- far from it in fact -- but I don't plan to continue the line of thought. It's taken me to this point, and I'm ready to move on.

So, if anybody is reading -- I don't really have a readership anymore, but that makes me bolder and more interesting -- I have a new project. Yes, we are still rebelling. Don't worry about that. But, we have to define our rebellion much more carefully and tangibly.

If you need a coach in life, stop by here from time to time. It may not be what you're looking for, but you might be surprised. I might also start a new blog or two, the names of which are more appropriate. But I'm pretty attached to this old thing at this point.

Monday, March 12, 2007

Mea Culpa

Big words. Ugh. I will do better. The thoughts run deep. But I don't need four syllables or more, or so much Latin, to put them onto paper.

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Flies and Fleas

Have you ever watched followers? Look at them. How serious they are! Can you see them reading their magazines and watching TV? Do you hear them all saying the exact same things and waiting for the applause. Nietzsche called them flies. I love Nietzsche. But they seem to me more like fleas.

Defining Evil

Masculinity has become evil. Does it resist uinversalism somehow?

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Intelligent Strength

Collectively we are fools and collectively we doom ourselves. Individually we are intelligent but individually we are weak. The middle ground lies somewhere.

Imperial Bias

It is ironic that in this age nations are bigger than ancient empires, while imperialism in name is out of favor. The next time you hear an American self-righteously condemning imperialism, ask him his opinion about secession.

Idealist? Me?

The target of this rebellion is not idealism but universal morality. There is a difference. Idealism cannot claim to exist without universalism, but the latter can claim, albeit falsely, to exist without the former. The many who have abandoned idealism in theory would never think to give up universalism. The universal has been leading a charmed and inviolate life.

Creation and Transformation

Because we are unable to create energy, we are unable to create wealth. The “creation of wealth” is the value extracted during the transformation of energy from useful to irreversibly useless.