If you've read my most recent posts, you will have noticed that I've been thinking a lot about technology and how it affects our lives. The most prominent piece of technology that many people possess is the mobile phone as it is either close by or on our person whether we are inside or outside … Continue reading MMM#3: Can you be phone-free?
Although I have a Twitter account - if you're interested, you can view it here - I try not to go on it that much and I've found that I don't really miss it much when I avoid looking at it. Twitter can be interesting when there's a big event happening such as the recent … Continue reading MMM#2: Twitter is what you make of it
Possibly, like me, you're reading this in a warm, safe place and are free from any kind of danger or hazardous conditions. If so, you're probably fortunate to live in a society that is safe and secure where you don't have to worry about finding enough food, warmth or shelter. This is a very good … Continue reading MMM#1: Comfort is a false God
It's coming up to two years since I started this blog and in that time I've made just over 10 blog posts! A remarkable achievement I think you will agree. I have wanted to write more on here but I've had issues with finding the time to write and also trying not to write too … Continue reading Coming soon…
As I mentioned in my introductory blog post, I have occasionally thought about making videos relating to what I've written about on here but had hitherto decided against it as I believed I could express myself better in words than I would be able to through speaking or appearing on camera. After I started writing … Continue reading Mystery Man Speaks
The death of the African-American man George Floyd in May 2020 has led to a surge in support for the organisation 'Black Lives Matter' (BLM) and a quasi-religious belief that black people in the Western world are unfairly discriminated against by a white majority. A video of Floyd been restrained by police officers which showed … Continue reading Race to the Bottom
A new book has just been released which claims to take us through the world of the manosphere and men's rights activism. The book has been written by Laura Bates, the founder of Everyday Sexism, a project which, according to her description on Amazon, is "an ever-increasing collection of over 100,000 testimonies of gender inequality, … Continue reading Laura Bates takes on the manosphere
I’ve noticed that of all the things I’ve written on here, my review of Bernard Chapin’s book SJWs Attack has received the most attention – which on this blog amounts to a humongous two people commenting! There seems to be a few guys who have searched Bernard’s name wondering where he’s gone and stumbled upon … Continue reading Happy Retirement, Bernard Chapin!
The political obsession of modern times is that of equality - whether it is gender equality, racial equality, economic equality, LGBT equality - every equality you can imagine is the desired end goal of many politicians and activists. This is evident in the lengths organisations and political parties go to appeal to the designated victims … Continue reading Against Equality
I consider myself to be Agnostic (or, if you like, a fence-sitter) when it comes to things like religious belief: I don’t have a strong conviction towards any particular religion but at the same time don’t think that the world would be better off if religions no longer existed. People who believe that religion is … Continue reading The National Religion