If there’s anything we have learnt from the Coronavirus pandemic, is that people are willing to submit themselves to authoritarianism for the sake of a false sense of security. According to World Health Organisation, seasonal flu relates to 290 000 to 650 000 of deaths a year, which is severely less than the elderly died […]Read more "Man and His Inherent Productivity"
Dr. Thomas Sowell has mentioned Japan and Scotland as miracles numerous times in his works, so I thought I will visit it. And was he correct, Japan really is a miracle. From a poor, backward fishing nation for hundreds of years, Japan opened the port in 1856 and realised just how backward it was and […]Read more "The Land of the Rising Sun: My Trip to Japan"
I just want to quickly share my thoughts here. I am a big fan of films, books, comics, video games and everything you would expect a nerdy person to be into. What I am also really into is to critique these works. Now, we have seen the problem of collectivists trying to subvert our minds […]Read more "An Unstoppable Optimism Does Not Equate to Naïveté"
The Alabama Governor signed the Human Life Protection Act very recently, what this actually entails is the criminalization of any physician performing the act of abortion, which would lead to a felony. While I profoundly disagree with any legislation which violates the right of individual, it was amusing to see the outrage of the progressive […]Read more "Evictionism and Other Stances on Abortion"
The reason I came across this book was because my favourite film director John Waters wanted to create an adaptation of the novel in the 80s. That about tells you what the novel may be about. A Confederacy of Dunces is a vulgar novel about a 30 something man-child and his quest to get a […]Read more "How to NOT Write a Novel- Review of A Confederacy of Dunces"
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin 1984 was supposed to be a warning, but now it is playing out as a movie in the real world. In the wake of the Christchurch shooting last Friday, New Zealand has completely transformed into […]Read more "Freedom and Security"
Driving in Auckland during peak hours is a serious patience lesson everyday. New Zealand is known for its natural beauty and nice people, we have a unique culture of tolerance for other people’s quirks and no patience for people’s shenanigans. I have noticed that foreign people and people who have not assimilated into our culture […]Read more "On the Road"
The recent backlash to Gillette’s ad campaign should come to no surprises to anyone. The 1 minute 48 seconds ad was full of the most obvious form of propaganda available, it depicted “toxic masculinity” in the form “men” behaving badly, specifically Caucasian men behaving badly which according to the ad, is very common. The notorious […]Read more "Go Woke and Go Broke"
Guess what? Ayn Rand’s warning against the New Left is making news again, this time in the form of Dr. James Watson, a renowned geneticist who was known for discovering the structure of the DNA molecule. It’s important to know that Dr. Watson believes in the collectivist concept of environmentalism, but that doesn’t stop him […]Read more "In Defence of Science"
Gone With the Wind easily and instantly became one of my favourite books upon reading it. I enjoyed the style, the themes, the writing, the characters and the symbolism. The romantic realism depicted in the book makes me classify this as an Objectivist literature. Katie Scarlett O’Hara– The heroine of the novel, a Southern belle […]Read more "Fiddle-dee-dee-Review: Gone With the Wind"