Saturday, 11 November 2017


Didn't you know?

It is so easy to find butthurt on Youtube, some people don't realise how easy it is to find out a lot out then, their true names, the names of their kids, their home address, previous jobs, business activity, etc.  And how?  public information they leave public on social media. 

I used an example of Rose(Deborah) who left most of her data online for anyone to find, and with a little cooperation with various people to research evidence of her sexual activity online came to light.  needless to say I need not share her content here, her webcam stuff, semi-nude vlogs, etc.  Nor her personal details.  We found out a lot about her, and I don't want to know what has been found since.  Needless to say my view on Dropping Documents is you shouldn't.  

Why note this?  because you can be easily found online.  I know it's old news, but if you care about your information then I wouldn't leave it all public.  With Rose, she even had her failed business linked, her background, family links, and the fact she is an actress of sorts, while also being a spiritual healer. 

So the lesson is this, if I can find this then so can anyone. 

New Age Arguments

I've spoken many time in videos about New Age, or rather Warmed Up Old Mysticism Giving A Dusting Off, but that isn't catchy.  Everyone knows you need catchy bullshit to make it popular, and so New Age focuses on placebos, easy answers, the wishful and magical.  After all, isn't that the point of a nice world view, feel-good factors to the max and a soft sell, because to those who can't handle the full story there can be the ladybird book of quantum mechanics with very few words and lots of big pictures.  I jest, there are many smart spiritual and self-help types, and when they're not milking the cash cows they're fooling themselves with smart reasons to believe the untrue. 

"Reverse Racism"???

"Reverse Racism"?


You can be racist about your own ethnic group, a national group or another racial identity type. Well, if you wish, it seems silly to me, as does the term "reverse racism". However, the concept of racism by a person towards their own general group or type isn't reverse racism as much as racism... Unless we talk of this argument being used as a cheap fallacy to undermine an argument that is a matter of a recognised social inequality. That's if it is an inequality.
However, even inequalities can be selected or suggested, and even if institutional in one place/region the local concern may be far from so elsewhere. In such cases, it can easily far from proven.

In the end, doesn't everything that matters come back to what is evident??


If we consider the evidence as opposed to reactionary opinions and selected factoids then what might be the best way to judge a case of this type of racism??

We shouldn't jump to conclusions, we cannot assume various facts nor selected quote for pro or con values to prop up a premise. And, we shouldn't confuse ignorance or indoctrination for malicious intentions. We could find our opinion are correct, yet until we're sure of this the barking of buzzwords is counter-productive and part of a mechanism to confront an argument while not truly engaging it. Just as any number of other methods used can respond to an argument while not truly arguing against it.


What are we left with after the dust has settled?

Our sound reasoning and our demand that we ever try to improve upon it.


"Reverse Racism" is a term that expresses very little other than the wholesale labelling of people and arguments that fall just over an imagined fence. And this line in the sand shift accord to the thinker's political views, making it far from a practical term. It is a meme in internet culture and lacks a clear definition, not that this stops the usage of the term. Indeed, the very real problem with internet culture is how definitions of serious terms are made cartoonish or are warped by feelings, or, for that matter, the effect in an argument. And that is the root of internet terms, or those made popular via internet culture, they're a rhetoric device and not a sound scientific or philosophical tool.

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

A few thoughts - 7th Nov. 2017.

The dead of the illusion of eternal life may lead more people to respect each other. Who can look at a murder or accident and not feel that a billion moments was lost early?? Who would raise arms against another if they understood the cost, and unless they're taxed by life and those who seek to repress them they'll see that harm is objectively immoral. When times call for defence you do what you must, but when you have no need to do harm is poisonoius to all of us apart from the sociopaths who don't care and the psychopaths who enjoy inflicting pain upon others. 

The illusion crumbles but we like the good parts, so we might steal a few ideas and use them as a pseudo-belief and call it open-minded and spiritual while we're just trollin through ideas looking for the key to happiness.  And you may find a key in an unexpected place, beyond the magic and energy and day dreaming.  Where reason and hope run together, because a true immortality, or as true as you can get, is the mark you leave on the world.  Saving the world one step at a time and making things better for future generations.  No need to make up ideas or jump on a belief, but add something to the world, even if you're forgotten your acts will carry value as you make life for others a bit better. 

Saturday, 28 October 2017

Why I don't do Conspiracy videos???

A few people have requested that I focus on 'the real enemy', and I wonder who or what do they mean.  Without giving out names or too much detail they blame one or other group for the world's ills and think that simplistic view is why I should discuss and share thoughts with them. 

As if the suck they hate makes their suck suck less?!?!

Well, should I blame everyone for the world's ills??

Would it change anything??

And if your opinion is wrong then wouldn't I just be a sad fuck like you if I acted out with paranoid talk about Jews and the like??

The truth is many people find a group to blame, and when you disagree they call an agent. 

As if the CIA or MOSSAD pay my bills!
Or the Chinese Communists are funding my small flat in a not so cool part of this nation, Britain.

Well. what should I expect from the kinds of people who say this??

They start ranting about Freemasons or 9/11 being an inside job and just repeat what they were told in a documentary that may as well be a parody.

In this way, I don't see the point in attacking organisations or groups of people without cause.

Give me a case and point to cover and I'm there, crap over a keyboard and call it proof and I'll mock you.