Domain Query: "So what you're saying is..."
|The image is apropos of nothing in particular - I just really like my WH40K lore|
- You cited a YouTube video as evidence that the chemical weapons attack in Syria was a false-flag trick. No further evidence beyond opinion, just that video.
- You were angered by a different YouTube video that had a group of four geeky-looking dudes getting owned by Chuck Liddell for shits and giggles. "Soyboys" they may be, but you must have understood they didn't actually think they were going to beat anybody? That they created the video purely for the entertainment value of seeing them fail? And yet, virtually every other word in that article was either an insult toward them, or a reaffirmation of a point you'd already made; you are very manly, and you love Sparta.
- Domain Query: The Brotherhood was an excellent post overall, but one thing left me very puzzled; the Way, which seemed to be a central part of it, is incompatible with almost everything else you espouse. You seem to accept nothing as it is; you have partial feelings about anything you don't fully understand, like any reasonable human; the thinking you do about the world is entirely done through the lens of yourself and your views (mayhap this is the human condition, but it is true nonetheless); you have many desires; resentment and complaint seem to be the basis of your entire blog...In fact, rules 2, 6, 7, and perhaps 15 and 16 seem to be the only ones that you do follow. Perhaps I misunderstood the Way's importance to your post, but it not only occupies the beginning but the end, as well.
- As an end point, your near-fanatical devotion to Donald Trump. I agree, he's much preferable to another Clinton, and he seems to have made a good-faith effort to keep his campaign promises, but surely you realize he's as corrupt and despotic as any other politician? It just happens that his views align with mine and yours on some important matters. He's not Ron Paul, or even Rand Paul. He was the tepid Budweiser that was preferable to the warm, flat Coors Light.
I'm simply a highly educated foreigner who used that education to try to see through the lies I was taught throughout my life. This has led me to some naturally very uncomfortable but inescapable conclusions - many of which are diametrically opposed to my own personal circumstances.
My hard-line views on immigration, for instance, are very unusual among non-resident aliens in the USA. I hold them because I try to obey American law and I love this country - and as a result I get severely cheesed off when I see lawbreakers invited in and given red-carpet treatment, when I myself must follow the rules.