LARPing, Neckbeards, & The Future Of The Alt-Right

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How is your behavior in meatspace changing or confirming existing POVs?

Are you credible?

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Black Lives Matter Kicks Off Super Bowl Week Counter Actions with Banner Drop at Opening Night Press Conference

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We Ready, We Coming” and “#SBLIIBlackOut” banners drop in Xcel Energy Center  


Minneapolis, MN — Several hundred members of Black Lives Matter Global Network and other local activists organizations (sic) came together this evening in Minneapolis, MN for a night of unity and resistance against Super Bowl (sic) and its harmful impacts (sic) on people of color in America.

Pictures from the banner drop can be found here.

“Tonight’s action shows that we mean business. The Super Bowl is not a national security event but rather a national security crisis,” said Miski Noor, organizer with the local chapter of the BLM Network, Black Visions Collective. “We aim to hold The City of Minneapolis and the NFL accountable for fueling conditions that promote the destruction of Black, Brown, and poor communities. The city has failed to provide critical resources such as mental…

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William Lane Craig debates Austin Dacey: Does God Exist?


Two tough rams butt heads, and may the best ram win! Two tough rams butt heads, and may the best ram win!

Here is the video and summary of a debate between Christian theist William Lane Craig and Austin Dacey at Purdue University in 2004 about the existence of God.

The debaters:

The video: (2 hours)

The video shows the speakers and powerpoint slides of their arguments. Austin Dacey is one of the top atheist debaters, and I would put him second to Peter Millican alone, with Walter Sinnott-Armstrong in third place. This is the debate to show people who are new to apologetics. The debate with Peter Millican is better for advanced students, and that’s no surprise since he teaches at Oxford University and is familiar with all of Dr. Craig’s work. The Craig-Dacey debate is the one that I give to my co-workers.

By the way, you can get the DVDs and CDs for

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BLM Will Protest the Superbowl

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by Billy Roper

In between now and the planned assassinations of right wing leaders and activists by Antifa on May 29th to commemorate morbidly obese mud shark jaywalker Heather Heyer’s birthday, Black Lives Matter is protesting…wait for it…the Superbowl.

In yet another example proving that liberals can’t cuck hard enough to satiate the obsolete farm machinery, all of the NFL’s kowtowing to the anti-anthem kneelers and their promotion of open borders and anti-White propaganda with last year’s big game advertisements have only encouraged the BLM movement. 

No wonder WWE’s Vince McMahon wants to restart the XFL and require all of the players to stand for the anthem. He’s a businessman. He knows how hard the NFL sucks, and he knows how many Whites it has alienated through its anti-White, PC suckiness. 

So, because the poor millionaire niggerball players are so mistreated, there will be protests from January 29th to February…

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Amerika (TV MiniSeries)

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Over thirty years ago, long before today’s millennials were born, a TV MiniSeries towards the end of the Cold War depicted a United States conquered in a bloodless coup d’etat by the forces of Communism. It’s a thirteen part Youtube series, now, but still worth the time of patriots to watch and compare with, well, how it actually happened.

“Amerika” Miniseries, 1987 “Amerika” — suggesting a Russified name for the United States — is an American television miniseries that was broadcast in 1987 on ABC. It starred Kris Kristofferson, Mariel Hemingway, Sam Neill, Robert Urich, and a 17-year-old Lara Flynn Boyle in her first major role. “Amerika” was about life in the United States after a bloodless takeover by the Soviet Union. Not wanting to depict the actual coup, ABC Entertainment president Brandon Stoddard instead chose to set the action of the miniseries ten years after the event, focusing…

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Underestimating American Collapse

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A reader sends in this short, provocative essay by Umair Haque, who believes we are underestimating the sickness infecting American life. Excerpts:

When we take a hard look at US collapse, we see a number of social pathologies on the rise. Not just any kind. Not even troubling, worrying, and dangerous ones. But strange and bizarre ones. Unique ones. Singular and gruesomely weird ones I’ve never really seen before, and outside of a dystopia written by Dickens and Orwell, nor have you, and neither has history. They suggest that whatever “numbers” we use to represent decline — shrinking real incomes, inequality, and so on —we are in fact grossly underestimating what pundits call the “human toll”, but which sensible human beings like you and I should simply think of as the overwhelming despair, rage, and anxiety of living in a collapsing society.

Let me give you just five…

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