*CONTAINS SPOILERS* Who is Milo Yiannopoulos? Well, if you are part of the counter cultural movement beginning in 2014, you would know who he is. Milo was a tech blogger who rose to fame after appearing on a talkshow and called a rabid feminist a “darling”. Since then, he became one of the greatest leaders of the […]Read more "The Dangerous Agorist: Review of Dangerous by Milo Yiannopoulos"
The economic assault was not the worst part of the decreasing quality of medicine, social justice was the true killer. Under social justice, medicine (or more precisely, public health) stopped being about prevention of the illness nor treating the illness. Under social justice, a person’s health became a postmodernist social construct, with those sicknesses caused […]Read more "They Are Not Your Slaves- Part 2"
Being a bad boy doesn’t mean one has to be horrible or mean, it means to exercise rational self interest in a profound way. The opposite of being a bad boy is being a nice guy, also known as a second hander. Regarding second handers, this is what Rand thought of them: A [second-hander] is […]Read more "How to Be a Bad (Objectivist) Boy"
The economic assault of medicineRead more "They Are Not Your Slaves- Part 1"
The final solution or a better solution?Read more "Physical Removal or the Red Pill?"
I love Spongebob Squarepants, as childish as it sounds, it actually contains some adult themes and decent moral lessons in some episodes. Like Ren and Stimpy, Rugrats and other Nickelodeon shows, there are bad episodes, but we will not focus on them. The episode I am writing about today is called Squid on Strike, which […]Read more "Squid on Strike"
How does one achieve one’s goal of protest without incurring violence? The simplest way to answer this question is to start a boycott. Boycott is the abstension of purchasing, consuming or dealing with an entity that is against one’s integrity. Essentially, it provides an economic sanction against the entity, in which if the boycott is […]Read more "The Greatest Weapon: Boycott"