(The third and final entry in the series, see part I and II.) Americans simply are not in touch with just how close we are to war on the Korean peninsula. U.S Senator, Tammy Duckworth. (Source.) A full scale nuclear conflagration could break out and millions of Americans would greet such a thing … Continue reading The North Korean Nuclear Crisis III: Determinism, Diplomacy and Averting Destruction.
Reading the following article, it brought to our attention once more a pattern we have long observed about the behavior of the Left. As a joke, we have decided to re-work what is known as Godwin's law. Unsurprisingly, we call it STEEL's law: As a discussion over anything grows longer, the probability that the discussion … Continue reading Imperial Energy V Godwin and Rawls on Discourse and Justice.
Contents: Act I: God, Men and Monsters. AI:1 Steering the Ship of STEEL. AI:2 What It Means to Be the King of Everything. A1:3 Fnargl V Twilight-Mountain. AI:4 The Romance of the Three Tsars (White, Red and Yellow). Act II: Harbinger. AII:1 A Day in the Life of a Sovereign. AII:2 … Continue reading The STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 8 STEEL Sovereignty: From Equipoise to Energy.
Artist-Tyrant wrote the following in a comment from this post: Imperial Energy, what are your thoughts on Moldbug’s comments on Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn’s analysis of Fascism as Left-Wing: “While I admire the efforts of Kuehnelt-Leddihn and the like to describe National Socialism as left-wing, I have to disagree. To K-L, “right is right and left … Continue reading A Response To Artist-Tyrant on the Nature of Left and Right and National Socialism.
Following on from last week’s post where we outlined the warrant for war, we consider how likely war is between USG and North Korea. We decided to adopt a Q&A format, for it seemed the best way to structure and present our thoughts. 1: What do we mean by war? We mean that USG … Continue reading The North Korean Crisis II: Prospects of War.
Some reflections. Following on from our post On Truth we link to four recent pieces that have caught our attention. However, a day after that we came across an excellent post from Anti-Puritan and so we close with reflections on one of his recent posts. The first is from Andrew Klavan, at City Journal, with his Crudeness and … Continue reading The True, The Good and the Useful.
Chateau is going to be all over this from the Guardian. (The liberal "hamstering" from the black, female author jumps right out at you here.) Why? Why are white women and white men like this? Peter Frost has a theory: Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. That, or they just like big, black dick from … Continue reading White Women and the Red Pill.
"The U.S. has been a reasonably successful steward of world peace along some dimensions, no doubt, but we seem to be particularly bad at colonialism for reasons the Battle of Tora Bora perhaps highlights- once a government (or even loosely affiliated military group) is in theory our ally, under our tutelage and cooperating with our … Continue reading Tora Bora
"Unlike in Dickens, in The Wire there are few Bob Cratchits or Micawbers, Joe Gargerys or Noddy Boffins, Mr and Mrs. Meagles; few of the representatives of simple, uncomplicated Christian virtue that Dickens places throughout his books as foils to both all the colorful rascals and to the heroes who are tempted and tried amid … Continue reading The Wire, (Not Quite) Ten Years Later
Which was exactly the problem. Once Parliament decided that John Company was no more and India must be run for more ethereal reasons than mere profit, the fate of India as a colony was sealed. Once profitable government becomes charitable government, Third World status is only a matter of time. Like private companies, all countries disintegrate into … Continue reading The STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 7: The Three Cameralist Systems and the Art and Science of Statecraft.