A More Colorful, Diluted and Dying Japan
What's happening to Japan is relevant worldwide, for all the most advanced and accomplished populations are shrinking, while the most backward recklessly breed. If you think each child is a blank slate, with roughly equal potentials, then there's no cause for alarm, but many among us are convinced a nation's heritage is simply its biology, manifested.
Monday, December 10, 2018
Kawaii, Somber Japan
In Japan, more than a third of the population are older than 60, and adult diapers outsell those for babies, yet everywhere you look, there are cartoon figures. It's a country that balances its business suit graveness with the infantile.
Thursday, December 6, 2018(3 comments)
Escape from America: Natal, Brazil
I'm too old to be living this life, but I'll stick with it until I find something better, run out of gas, or the Empire finally collapses.
Monday, November 12, 2018(4 comments)
East is East, and West is West, and though the two do overlap, you will always know whether you're in Intercourse or Phuoc Hai, and that's good. Though relentlessly assaulted, the local endures, but it must be fiercely protected and nurtured.
Sunday, November 4, 2018(4 comments)
Nation Above All
In the West, nationalism has become a dirty word to the educated, progressive class, who routinely equate it with fascism. They also see national borders as somehow obsolete and oppressive, but what's ignored is that each man is profoundly defined and marked, with practically each of his word and action, by his national heritage.
Monday, October 1, 2018(2 comments)
Sunstroked Observations from the Orient
Already hollowed out, caustically divided and poisoned by a preposterously crass culture, America will break apart, with choice parts hacked off by China, Russia and Mexico, probably. The rest will revert to savagery, but peopled mostly by newly-feral whites.
Saturday, September 8, 2018(1 comments)
A foreign country seeps into one's consciousness via large events and personalities, mostly, as in war, earthquake, tsunami, coup d'e'tat, unprovoked bombing, Gaddafi and Assad, etc., but it's the lesser turbulences that will begin to yield more revealing clues about any society.
Tuesday, August 28, 2018(2 comments)
A Servant's Tale
Though still poor, Ỵ and her kids have seen their lives improved through the years, a development that gives them hope, and they have no fear of being homeless, unlike many Americans. With their extensive network of family and friends, somebody will always provide them with a spot to sleep, with a roof over it, even if it's of rusting tin.
Monday, August 20, 2018(11 comments)
Of Ants and Asskicking
Everybody else on earth will only fight to defend their nation, however, but this is exactly what gung-ho Americans have failed to do, paradoxically, for as they bomb away everywhere, their homeland is raped and disfigured beyond recognition, but I'm no longer appalled by this. A population so meekly clueless deserves its doom.
Friday, August 17, 2018(3 comments)
Genitalia as Social Constructs
By besieging, indicting and belittling traditional masculinity, America's rulers aim to enfeeble and neutralize half of its citizens, while enraging the other half into a propensity for cartoonish violence, resulting in a society of sheep and mindless soldiers.
Saturday, July 28, 2018(5 comments)
Last Philly Glimpses
No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.
Postcard from the End of America: Lancaster County, PA
Although almost everything the Amish do is a rejection of America, they cause little resentment, because they don't tirelessly deform, manipulate or kill anyone. In fact, as our collapse becomes more undeniable, more Americans will turn to them for examples, but being defenseless, they might not survive this nation's next chapter.
Friday, June 15, 2018(6 comments)
In this accelerating speed culture, there is no time to think, or even feel much beyond an insatiable anxiety. Driven half insane by a surfeit of nothingness, many Americans can only calm down with plenty of alcohol and/or opioids.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Obscured American: Benny the Landlord, Casanova and Covert Operator
North Philly is generally not good for your health and happiness. Though neighborhoods have cute, idyllic names like Nicetown, Hunting Park and Fairhill, they're mostly postindustrial, trash strewn, drugged up ghettos with plenty of dead businesses, dilapidated churches, boarded up homes, caged porches and corner bodegas with signs forbidding hoodies, guns and knives.
Tuesday, June 5, 2018(1 comments)
Postcard from the End of America: Callowhill, Philadelphia
As a toxic model, this criminal, decadent and deeply-confused nation can't collapse soon enough. Americans, too, need a fresh start, though they may have to cease calling themselves American. It won't matter much. It already doesn't.
Tuesday, May 22, 2018(7 comments)
Dreamers, Opioids and Involuntary Celibates
In this winners take all culture, there's a widening sex gap between the haves and have nots. While some are sexual Walmarts, many more must lick whatever scraps flutter their ways. Those who can't get any are still titillated nonstop, for this is the land of the endless comeons. Masturbating, they can consume sex as spectacles.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018(7 comments)
From its founding, the US has destroyed societies to save them, with Iraq, Libya and Syria only the latest examples. Without any violence whatsoever, perhaps Japan can return the favor.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
War, Wedding and Wine in Nghe An
A state is totalitarian to the degree that it distorts human relations. In war, however, the state must be intrusive, coercive and unjust to even function, so the fact that many are becoming increasingly totalitarian must mean they're preparing for strifes of all kinds, external and internal.
Monday, April 2, 2018(1 comments)
Melting Pots, New Identities and Flowering Barbarism
With population and sense of entitlement constantly rising, against resources rapidly depleting, a state of constant war, nearly everywhere, is the best we can hope for, and in such a situation, a fragmented society will have no chance.