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Ok. :)

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Nice to see you back Panzer!

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You can still be prey, even when you believe the world to be divine.

believing isn't the same as knowing

predators prey...

spiritual pray

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Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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Oh really, so that's where you get your tactics, watching videos. I was sure you paid social media influencers had training materials, and I was right.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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modern people are depraved moronic scum. Hopefully natural selection will reassert itself and this will be corrected in the future.

Bahahahahaha...u r so SMRT.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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You misspelled "Kruger".

Classic. Up there with "your dumb".

Chipit is also the same user claiming "you're a far leftist", and that I'm just pretending to hold my current opinions.

I just scanned through several videos a day ago by a self-diagnosed "very mentally ill" leftist, who claims to teach fellow correct-thinkers how to infiltrate White Supremacist sites and communities, to dox and take them down. One of her fall back tactics 'when things get rough' is to accuse the 'White Supremacists' who are onto her agenda of being jews, leftists, cia, or some other such group.

Don't know if that's really what /u/Chipit is up to, but it did appear to mimic his tactics.

*The 'barking dog' analogy is both sadly apt, and kind of funny.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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You misspelled "Kruger".

I didn't say anything about myself so the Dunning-Kruger effect has no bearing on what I wrote.

Historically other people did have a ton of smart things to say, which is why I love history and read a lot of old books. Unfortunately this is not the case for modern people. As I have repeatedly pointed out, without rebuttal, modern people are depraved moronic scum. Hopefully natural selection will reassert itself and this will be corrected in the future.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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The Dunning-Krueger effect. You don't know nearly as much as you think you do. If you actually did, you'd realize that other people have a ton of smart things to say that you'd never think of. Even janitors and nurses.

But shine on, galaxy brain. You tell off those morons and make yourself feel better about your low station in life.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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Oh look at the galaxy brain here judging the rest of mankind as too stupid to speak. Wow, that totally doesn't have a history of backfiring on people who say it.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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How much value does free speech have for barking dogs? This is the current situation for the vast majority of modern humanity who are too stupid to say anything of value, or even to understand anything said of value.

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They only publish "correct" books with "right" thoughts. It's big brother!

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... Did you believe all men want to rape because you do or something?

That all men are rapists has been established as fact for a generation at least, and I am astonished that you are not familiar with it.

How'd I shit on men?

Sorry for my mistake, I'll expect less in the future.

You're arguing against yourself. And losing.

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Oh shit, you're serious.

... Did you believe all men want to rape because you do or something?

How'd I shit on men? For thinking better of them and then being disappointed when I'm wrong? I'm not talking about "society" I'm talking about me and what I believe(d). And I would not have put that number so high. Sorry for my mistake, I'll expect less in the future.

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but I wouldn't have put it so high.

ALL MEN ARE RAPISTS

If you didn't have that drummed into your head, I don't know what to tell you. It has long been a truism that 100% of men want to rape. Adjusting that number to 33% is a HUGE improvement.

And yet you still find a way to shit on men for it. Wow...just, wow.

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I'm not a feminist and never believed all men are rapists or anything of the sort. Probably look like a radfem because I'm sick of genderspecial bullshit and GC is one of the best places to get good discussion of it. I should have said 1/3rd of men have some explaining to do.

But back to that number, one third, really? Jesus. I've never thought about it but I wouldn't have put it so high.

I get that men want sex but I don't know, I would have thought those numbers were getting away with cheating or paying for prostitution or something scummy but not rape. I'm feeling like the feminists actually have a point for once.

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yeah, i am in texas united states and i am hoping to find a good school in shitstain india.

for real real.

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It depends on how strict your definition of appropriate is. And I didnt observe the event. But Im not inclined to assume this was harrassment or unethical behavior. I consider looking but not touching to be control. I think that it may be difficult for some men to control where they look. Staring at boobs could be considered impolite, but again Im not convinced he was aware of doing it in an excessive way.

When I say psychologically the equal of men, I dont mean mimicking men’s behavior and staring at their crotch. I mean that if you can determine that this person is not behaving threateningly, does not mean to seduce you or blackmail you in to sex, and is not intentionally trying to make you uncomfortable then you can dismiss it a quirk of male biology than men are programmed to ogle and sometimes find it hard to conceal.

But staring at boobs seems like a fairly non-threatening behavior. We keep ratcheting up the definition of appropriate. Everybody is zero tolerance everything. And it is absolutely having an effect on our freedoms.

I can’t help but notice that as women gain a larger and larger share of decision making positions, we are increasingly being mommy-ed and monitored for whether we cause hurt feelings. But the world is full of hurt feelings and inappropriateness but we dont have to “do something” about all of it. I think we need a bit more benign neglect in the area of sexual harassment.

After the Me too movement, Im just not inclined to take any accusation of sexual harassment seriously. Its become completely incentivized.

The differences between a patrilineal polygamist society like islam and a patrilineal monogamist society are interesting and , it turns out, genetic. Polygamist societies tend to reward sexual agressiveness as well as violence with reproductive success. Patrilineality demands that males who care for their offspring can ensure their paternity. Hence guarding of females.

In monogamist societies males still have to ensure their own paternity, but males are also sexually restricted. So male traits that are favored in monogamy are lower violence and lower sexual agression. In addition females enjoy higher status because sole wives have more clout over their men.

Unfortunately America and Europe stopped being monogamist societies about 50 years ago so its a matter of time before white males lose that set of monogamist behavioral traits. Males with polygamist traits will be favored in a wild west anything goes sort of regime. All these behaviors are genetic and make sense within certain environmental contexts. Eventually the bill will come due

“The puzzle of monogamous marriage”

https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rstb.2011.0290

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why should you have the expectation of not having anyone look at your boobs?

Nearly everyone looks at boobs. Hell, I've been accidentally obvious when seeing a woman with obvious breast implants.

Was this really an assualt? A psychologically abusive experience? Or a minor annoyance? Men are biologically programmed to look at boobs.

No. It WAS, however, extremely unprofessional and became increasingly uncomfortable as the visit went on. I mean, damn.. he did it once-- you got your eyeful Buddy--move back on the the visit. I understand doing it once, but we have the gift of peripheral vision and therefore subtlety. I also fully well understand that men evolved with the ability to control themselves along with their sexual urges. As I'm there for a follow-up visit that I paid out of pocket for-- a service, am married, have expressed zero interest, and am not there to hop directly onto his dick, I don't see why you or him would find this to be appropriate at all. Equal treatment in this regard doesn't really have a match. I guess I could have ogled the baggy crotch region of his pants? This isn't Victorian levels of standards, this is an expectation of self control that I've watched plenty of men be capable of showing.

Muslim men solve this with abuse, neglect, and FGM, while keeping their women in those bedsheets. They're not seen as children, they're seen as property and baby machines. This wasn't always the case though, or at least not enforcing the dress code. Their culture has regressed significantly, and they're not even comparable to any Western cultures at all-- it's not a great comparison.

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I encourage everyone to view sexual politics from a more evolutionary perspective.

Whenever I see one side or another start to demand more “fair” treatment by the opposite sex I think, here’s someone in total denial of evolution. Men evolved the complex economics of our civilization. They did it as a scheme to get laid. Hunting with flint spears, the agricultural revolution, the industrial revolution— all a quest to bag babes. Females are highly specialized to birth and raise children, not to be economically productive. Female held jobs tend to be not particularly wealth producing and are usually heavily subsidized or incentivized by government regulation. Even in fields where women do perform about as well as men women are simply driving down the price of wages. We dont really need more workers in our society— we have too many. That is what has destroyed “living wages” for low skill jobs. We doubled the work force and cut wage prices in half. Supply and demand.

Meanwhile there is an extreme scarcity of moms. Kids are being raised by the state. Naturally they are fucking it up. So women in the workplace is a total disaster. From an evolutionary POV.

I feel like this article is completely conflating typical sexual negotiations and conflicts between men and women with serious sex assaults and rapes.

The article cites a study where inmates choose their most likely targets by gait. Is this even in the context of a sexual crime? Are these men sizing up people for mugging? Why is this relevent to a discussion about men mistakenly perceiving sexual interest?

Dark triad

I feel that modern psychology has lost the plot and maybe it never really had it to begin with. Modern psychological paradigms are largely religious beliefs IMO. Constructs that might be useful for certain purposes but not a true reflection of reality. Its not clear to me at all that psychopathy as defined by DSM V is a pathological condition and not just an extreme end of the spectrum for certain behavioral traits.

But “dark triad” sells a lot of books and if you say the guy in your office asked for a date because he’s a dark triad just like the guys that lie in wait to mug people with irregular gaits, then it really justifies you reporting that guy to HR and ruining his life. Hmm.

Tips to not getting raped: stick with men from your own culture where you know the rules they play by. Dont get drunk or high with men you dont know well, dont get drunk or high alone with a man, don’t dress like a prostitute while you’re getting drunk and high with men.

Tips on how to not get pumped and dumped: don’t sleep with a man until you are at least engaged.

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So I guess I feel like, why should you have the expectation of not having anyone look at your boobs?

We are beginning to police which direction the eyeballs in peoples heads are pointing. Was this really an assualt? A psychologically abusive experience? Or a minor annoyance? Men are biologically programmed to look at boobs.

At what point did women come to expect that it was their right never to have a man oogle their boobs except for the exact moment women deemed it okay? This is nuts.

If you are a child or a mentally child-like adult, maybe you should have this consideration. But if you believe you are an equal of men psychologically then a look is nothing.

I am asking you to disregard some of the notions we were trained with, that any sexual signals from men are somehow a violation and that all these scenarios demand policing.

Muslims solve this problem by never allowing females to be alone with strange men. They have females hide their entire form under sheets. They feel women are like children that can’t be trusted not to be manipulated by strange men. They don’t expect women to be responsilble for their own sexual behavior. They just keep them on lockdown.

We got rid of monogamy and a lot of the old rules that would have prevented some of the sexual conflicts we see now. Women —feminists— demand explicitly that they be treated equally, but in reality they are expecting implicitly special privileged treatment. Men are held to Victorian sexual standards while women are not held to any standards at all. Its madness.

When Men Behave Badly—A Review. Researchers found an association between mens chosen targets and women’s self-reported frequency of having been sexually victimized in the past. This suggests that women suffering from unwanted sexual encounters inadvertently emit cues that predatory males can detect. by Chipit in books

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The whole thing is a scam to let women off the hook from making any mature adult decisions.

You got pregnant? Its not your fault. You get to commit murder on a human being until up to 9 months gestation which is clearly a person. But dont suggest that any of these women should keep their legs together as an alternative to executing babies. Patriarchy!

This “slut walk” phenomenon. Women should be permitted to dress or behave in anyway they see fit. Women cannot even be guilty of acting sexually inappropriately. No rules for women

https://files.catbox.moe/nx2oaj.jpg

See, we can do whatever we want and there’s nothing you can do about it.

The woman that Harvey Weinstein was convicted of raping, asked him to her apartment, led him to her bedroom and admitted to faking an orgasm at the end of intercourse. That is a massive precedent for the total unaccountability of women.

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I wore a plain, non-sheer t-shirt to my doctor's appointment last week. A shirt that by nature of having large breasts stretched at that particular area. My doctor looked directly at them no less than 5 times. It didn't require sexy attire for him to very obviously ogle my boobs (quite the opposite), and it doesn't require sexy attire to be sexually harassed.

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I think you have a very weird view of what feminism is and how women react to things.

I think he has a very reasonable expectation that mainstream feminists and possibly most women share a belief that women should not take any responsibility in phenomena like workplace “sexual harassment” or date rape scenarios. I believe a lot of these instances are in fact not crimes and perhaps not even unethical behaviors.

Why would any actual feminist be angry and try to cencor a scientist who has studied for years why men and women act the way they do?

Because any evolutionary biologist bringing the facts about male female interactions from a neutral scientific perspective will completely undermine the core tenets of the feminist movement. Not just 3rd wave trans affirming feminism. The whole enchilada. Which is a loss of political power for feminists. Feminists do not demand equal treatment, they demand special indulgences for women.

There’s no reason to expect earning power to be equal between men and women because males are far more economically productive. They evolved that way. Any society that encourages women to be economically independent of men and not have children is doomed to collapse.

Women who claim that they should be able to wear sexy or body flattering outfits to the office and expect no “sexual harassment” (e.g. “You look hot today” or “Lets go out, can I have your number” ) are absurd. If you do not want sexual attention, it is your responsibilty to present yourself in a more subdued professional way.

Women use their sex all the time to get special considerations that would never be given to males. Feminism is just one of those strategies.

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Are you going to tell me that women who claim they are liberal feminists and slur other women, say men in frocks are women, that sex work is empowering and kinks should not be shamed including rape kinks are really feminists?

Definitely not. I'm totally with you on that. A man doesn't become a woman through surgery and hormones any more than an Impala becomes an off-road vehicle if you stick really big tires on it. Sex work is a terrible industry, largely populated by the damaged and the desperate.

The prefixes have been around for a very long time, arising as feminists tailored feminism to suit their personal issues. Political lesbianism was the most hilarious version. Pretty much second wave onwards saw the codifying of the ideology from which sects grew.

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Intriguingly, men and women converge in their answers when asked what percentage of men would be willing to commit rape. Women estimate that about one-third of men would commit rape if there were no consequences, and about one-third of men report that they would commit rape if they believed they could get away with it.

Okay men you have some explaining to do, seriously what the fuck.

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Are you going to tell me that women who claim they are liberal feminists and slur other women, say men in frocks are women, that sex work is empowering and kinks should not be shamed including rape kinks are really feminists?

I know why we add prefixes , but usually its to shit on feminists who actually get shit done and complain about them being "white feminists"

Every prefix has its own issues that most of us want nothing to do with.

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You don't think you're getting into 'no true feminist' territory there? I can't recall any significant feminist group of feminist who'd entertain the idea that a woman can have any causative role in being assaulted. The closest I've found is at the extreme such as agreement that walking naked through a bad neighbourhood is a terrible idea. Patriarchy as a feminist concept makes it pretty difficult to blame anything else.

The reason we add prefixes to feminism is because there are so many variations. For example, libertarian feminism is in a minority and doesn't have the collectivist bent of mainstream feminism.

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http://www.nononsenseselfdefense.com/pyramid.html

Saidit has the Pyramid of Debate, here is the Pyramid of Personal Safety. This is a great site for someone who's been attracting harassment, with many personal behavior tips for a variety of different situations where people are victimized.

See also the Five Stages of Violent Crime section, where in the Interview stage, the criminal assesses both the situation and your behavior to determine their odds of a successful attack.

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Usually the loud ones aren't the majority. Just loud.

My personal experience if there are adjectives in front of feminism approach with caution lmao. Liberal and intersectional are the worst ones. If you see that just turn around and don't even bother engaging. They are the same types that are antifa or talk a lot about privilige or follow critical race theory or have BLM or ACAB, marxism in their profiles. They define themselves differently but it's in essence the same fruitloops that ruin everything for every one else.

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I suspect you're in the minority. In my encounters with feminists, including liberal or radical feminists, I've not seen positive responses on the matter.

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I think you have a very weird view of what feminism is and how women react to things. You might have hung out with the crazy "intersectional feminists" bit too much who a lot of us really do not like because they are bonkers. They are loud, stupid and a cancer on feminism.

Why would any actual feminist be angry and try to cencor a scientist who has studied for years why men and women act the way they do? Especially one that collaborates what actual feminists have been saying for decades and has information on what puts you on the radar of predators thus advocating for women's safety?

When Men Behave Badly—A Review. Researchers found an association between mens chosen targets and women’s self-reported frequency of having been sexually victimized in the past. This suggests that women suffering from unwanted sexual encounters inadvertently emit cues that predatory males can detect. by Chipit in books

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Wow. Usually I would expect an angry rejection of the idea. Women are always innocent, etc. Refreshing attitude. And if we pursued this knowledge we could help women to avoid predation. This is why it's so harmful that feminists censor so enthusiastically.

When Men Behave Badly—A Review. Researchers found an association between mens chosen targets and women’s self-reported frequency of having been sexually victimized in the past. This suggests that women suffering from unwanted sexual encounters inadvertently emit cues that predatory males can detect. by Chipit in books

[–]NeedMoreCoffee 6 insightful - 2 fun6 insightful - 1 fun7 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Thanks for this. I just looked into some talks this guy gave. It's a bit unsettling to know that as a woman just having a gait thats smaller respective to your size puts you on the radar of sexual predators.

Since i've been harassed a lot in my life I am going to check this out and see what else he has to say about this. But so far is information is quite enlightening

When Men Behave Badly—A Review. Researchers found an association between mens chosen targets and women’s self-reported frequency of having been sexually victimized in the past. This suggests that women suffering from unwanted sexual encounters inadvertently emit cues that predatory males can detect. by Chipit in books

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http://www.nononsenseselfdefense.com/interview.htm

Here is the second of the five stages of violent crime - The Interview. You can still be prey, even when you believe the world to be divine.

I do agree that avoiding the chaotic parts of the world is an example of good sense.

When Men Behave Badly—A Review. Researchers found an association between mens chosen targets and women’s self-reported frequency of having been sexually victimized in the past. This suggests that women suffering from unwanted sexual encounters inadvertently emit cues that predatory males can detect. by Chipit in books

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you are a victim when you fear for the future, you by your own stupid choice, have given your attention to that which you don't want.

sure in a chaotic world, fear would make sense

but in a divine world, in which fears manifest because it is what your attention is on..

well now you are a dumbshit for not minding your own mind

but 'they' (other ego bound dipshits that want to rule imaginationland) don't want you to notice.

you are just dust in the wind, spec on a ball, flying thru the universe, at thousands miles an hour, rotating faster than the speed of sound (lol, too funny to believe)

go listen to david hawkins

Harper's in 1971 ran an essay by Norman Mailer entitled “The Prisoner of Sex,” that declared war on “women’s liberation.” At the Town Hall panel Diana Trilling said “in 50 years we’ll find out” what radical feminism might do to those it would affect. Those 50 years are now up. by Chipit in books

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It seems like a Joker and Batman situation with these people, two extreme groups that found an adversary in each other. Neither sounds attached to reality. Feminism's biggest legacy so far is creating harsher social expectations for everyone and lowering the value of women's labor. Not what they claimed to want.

Beyond Order: 12 More Rules For Life. His conclusions point to an urgent need for individuals and society to adopt traditional values—constructive discipline, responsibility, competence, hard work, apprenticeship, competition, acceptance of hierarchy, and respect for the past and basic order. by Chipit in books

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Again! Again! Again...! Everywhere we go we have to see this shill who is working for the jews! He obfuscates the truth, turning you away from the fact that he is controlled opposition working for his jewish masters. Misleading young men from finding out who their sub human enemies are. Check this out: https://www.bitchute.com/video/OSWWZ8ntpuEM/

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Why can't you ban the people who are obviously bots that upvoted this garbage?

H.P. Lovecraft as a racist? by RuckusChan in books

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Not 'just' racist. The guy was literally a specist.

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Been a RooshV fan for years. Not many writers are brave enough to eschew the Jew taboo. Yes, the tactics of revolution abide thru time, and one characteristic of the Jewish tribe seems to be ever given to deny the dominant paradigm, commonly deciding them to tear it down, hoping to rise above the destruction like a phoenix to assume Pharaoh-power over the cursed Goyim.

A Retort against Woke Identity Politics: Review of Joshua Mitchell’s American Awakening - by Rebeccah L. Heinrichs by Chipit in books

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Pleased to link in WOKE movement.

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[–]socks 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Thanks. I'll look at this, especially because it seems to be equally in Church and Economic history categories.

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You are welcome.

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[–]Jesus 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Hudson also wrote a great book on debt entitled 'Forgive them their debts.'

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[–]socks 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Indeed - and Graeber's 2015 update, taylored specifically for radio/podcasts is here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/b054423q

This was my first experience with his work, and I've quoted it periodically since then.

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Can confirm.

The podcasts are also high quality.

http://www.unwelcomeguests.net/Episode_Index

Debt, The First 5000 Years (free e-book and audio-book) by [deleted] in books

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This is a really good and extremely relevant post for the modern day situation we are all facing. Thanks for sharing!!! I have only skimmed it so far, but it's seriously incredible.

Amazon Won’t Sell Books Framing LGBTQ+ Identities as Mental Illnesses by jet199 in books

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They got bullied enough to remove Gender Identity disorder aka Gender Dysphoria as one

Amazon Won’t Sell Books Framing LGBTQ+ Identities as Mental Illnesses by jet199 in books

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There are many online sources for books that are not Amazon, just as there are many sources for most everything else one could want, that are not Amazon. Why anyone would willingly want to make BaldoBesos richer, and help finance his financing of leftist scumbags, is beyond my grasp. One part idiocy, one part apathy, and a whole lot of being too damn lazy to find alternate sources?

George Orwell is out of copyright. What happens now? by Drewski in books

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i mean his stuff are free on a russian website in english a couple years ago, last time i checked. all the essays, letters, unpublished stuff.

The Most Dangerous Superstition by [deleted] in books

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interesting

Amazon Won’t Sell Books Framing LGBTQ+ Identities as Mental Illnesses by jet199 in books

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Welp, better find a new retailer for the Diagnostic and Statistics Manual, which is what psychologists use to diagnose and treat people.

The Galloway cousins invite you to go on a "deer" hunt. Meet at the Hunting Lodge in Abe's Hat, NJ. For the password to the bar in the back, read The Pineys. by TonyDiGerolamo in books

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Please do NOT order from amazon. As BobBobbyBob pointed out to me, Book Depository is not yet owned by amazon and it is good to have an alternative. I think it was BobBobbyBob who told me. If not, please check in and take a bow.

The Debugging Book - Tools and Techniques for Automated Software Debugging (free e-book) by [deleted] in books

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So $96 earned so far just on Saidit.

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Saiditter for 1 hour.

Basic Unix-Like Pocket Survival Guide (free e-book) by [deleted] in books

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Saiditter for 37 minutes.

Zeneca - share and discuss your favorite books with the world by [deleted] in books

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Saidditer for 20 hours.

The Secret War Against the Jews by John Loftus and Mark Aarons | Scribd by useless_aether in books

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Found u/socks old alt

Ebay to block Dr. Seuss (but you can still buy Mein Kampf) by carn0ld03 in books

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Fuckin Dr. Suess books gonna be sold in back alleys, landline only, secret briefcase exchange, kilos of cocaine. The coded language for that blackmarket contraband will literally be "the Hitler Youth books, know what I'm sayin"

Six Dr. Seuss Books Will Stop Being Published Because of 'Racist and Insensitive Imagery' by carn0ld03 in books

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Absolute nonsense.

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President Obama declared March 2, 2016, Read Across America Day in honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday. "Theodor Seuss Geisel - or Dr. Seuss - used his incredible talent to instill in his most impressionable readers universal values we all hold dear." by Chipit in books

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Please spread it everywhere! Share it on all your other sites and tell your friends to do the same! :D

Publishing House Baen Books Attacked by Cancel Culture by Chipit in books

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https://twitter.com/jasonsanford

This is the leftist.

Where do you get your used books? by molechs_abort_babies in books

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Or if I really, really need a hard copy, eBay.

Where do you get your used books? by molechs_abort_babies in books

[–]AmericanMuskrat 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The Kindle store. I read enough that Kindle Unlimited makes each book cost about a quarter and we share the account so... Even better.

I love physical books but they're expensive, heavy, and take up a lot of room. Kindles are incredibly handy.

Where do you get your used books? by molechs_abort_babies in books

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There's a 2nd and Charles one town over, but there's also a small used bookstore here that I've been patronizing since my college days. The organization of books is always terrible, but it's not unenjoyable to spend some time browsing through heaps.

JK Rowling’s latest book is about a murderous cis man who dresses as a woman to kill his victims; gets criticised on social media by [deleted] in books

[–]Airbus320 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Yes

Best books for investing when the Dollar crashes? by RoccoTheTaco in books

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Avoid this bullshit altogether. You're only propping up an evil, illusory system and allowing the top dogs to profit off your money.

Best books for investing when the Dollar crashes? by RoccoTheTaco in books

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book need to level up, while what you're saying is good only for the short term

Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism by Drewski in books

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It's been as effective as the war on drugs.

Best books for investing when the Dollar crashes? by RoccoTheTaco in books

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You don't need a book, you just have look around and see what people are buying. Gold and farmland, and if you're poor, silver and a cheap rural property near or in town. The Bushes are big in farmland, so is gates as we have just seen, and many others if you dig. All the world's central banks are stuffed with gold, Russia now holds more gold than it holds $US, and plenty of millionaires have come out saying they are investors. Don't listen to mouthpieces like Buffet, he's an establishment shill and only good as a contrary indicator. You won't know what those sort of people are doing until long after the dust has settled and the money has been made.

Seneca's Of Peace of Mind (free e-book) by [deleted] in books

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Been reading into stoicism lately so this will be a nice read, thanks.

" The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History ", 2004 book by John M. Barry - recommended by Dr. Judy A. Mikovits, about mask-wearing in 1918 that spread the disease and death. by JasonCarswell in books

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I've reopened this browser and they're synchronized now.

" The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History ", 2004 book by John M. Barry - recommended by Dr. Judy A. Mikovits, about mask-wearing in 1918 that spread the disease and death. by JasonCarswell in books

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Could it be a browser refresh issue? Also, sometimes some of my votes don't register, depending on my Internet traffic or limited PC, I think.

" The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History ", 2004 book by John M. Barry - recommended by Dr. Judy A. Mikovits, about mask-wearing in 1918 that spread the disease and death. by JasonCarswell in books

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Judging by the voting pattern, no one appears to be browsing s/all/new/.

Also, I upvoted this post to 8 on new, then I upvoted it to 9 on this page... Still at 9 after refreshing. 🤔

*The double upvote isn't working on the crossposts.

The WEIRDEST People in the World: How the West Became Psychologically Peculiar and Particularly Prosperous. His argument is that WEIRD people—Western, Educated, Industrialised, Rich and Democratic—have psychological characteristics that differentiate them from most other humans who have ever lived. by Chipit in books

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No shit.

I spent a lot of time working in the middle east and india in my younger years, All of those skyscrapers in dubai and all of indias infrastructure was designed and planned out by imported western engineers, every successful skyscraper, Gas pipeline, Plumbing system, Electrical grid, metal bridge, major highway in the world that has ever existed has been designed, planned and supervised in construction by western engineers.

Even historically the ancient middle east, northern africa, northern india and the silk road's share the same DNA haplogroups as white people, All of the ancient worlds wonders were created by proto-Europeans.

semites (all arabs) are a historically new development in the middle east.

Looking on a historical timeline I'd say the only non-western groups to have ever developed anything of note were the ancient chinese, Mayans and Maoris.

The WEIRDEST People in the World: How the West Became Psychologically Peculiar and Particularly Prosperous. His argument is that WEIRD people—Western, Educated, Industrialised, Rich and Democratic—have psychological characteristics that differentiate them from most other humans who have ever lived. by Chipit in books

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our minds adapt, often over centuries through cultural evolution, to the institutional and technological worlds we encounter.”

Completely ignoring that genetic changes can happen remarkably quickly.

Jared Diamond’s 1997 book Guns, Germs and Steel.

The man is a complete froot loop. One of the Reddit anthropology subs used to have a bot explaining just how awful it is every time it was mentioned.

If you want to know one if the stabilizing forces on Western civilization it was probably monogamous marriage. It stopped women being 'collectibles' to be fought over.

But yes our dislike of cousin marriage probably helped to break down our tribal mindset.

The WEIRDEST People in the World: How the West Became Psychologically Peculiar and Particularly Prosperous. His argument is that WEIRD people—Western, Educated, Industrialised, Rich and Democratic—have psychological characteristics that differentiate them from most other humans who have ever lived. by Chipit in books

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Right so straight off he is assuming cousin marriage was the norm before the church stopped it. This isn't the case, it differed from culture to culture even within Western Europe. The main driver of cousin marriage is indeed passing on property to your extended family but that's also which makes the practice variable. During the majority of human history most people haven't owned any property to pass on. In Western Europe most people were serfs, slaves tied to the land, and even after they were emancipated in the British Isles most people were tenant farmers rather than owning land. So the church banning cousin marriage had zero influence on most people's way of thinking. If anything the West's weirdness comes from the fact people had miserable lives with no reason to commit to or care about a community which they could be turfed out of at any moment.

George Orwell is out of copyright. What happens now? by Drewski in books

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That's the best you have? Holy Crapola Batman.

George Orwell is out of copyright. What happens now? by Drewski in books

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Hey you don't need to say your name at the beginning, I prefer not to know it

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[–]TripleZ 4 insightful - 3 fun4 insightful - 2 fun5 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

Hey jackass, working people received more in raises under Trump than any other President since before Nixon.

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1984 - How to oppress the working class for votes written by Trump published by Pelosi

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“To the future or to the past, to a time when thought is free, when men are different from one another and do not live alone – to a time when truth exists and what is done cannot be undone: From the age of uniformity, from the age of solitude, from the age of Big Brother, from the age of doublethink – greetings!” - Winston Smith

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1984 - fully interactive performance.

Coming to every town near you. 2021.

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"1984," "Animal Farm" and "A Hanging" become instructional textbooks rather than commercial fiction.