Weekend Reading for Men | August 26, 2016
Here are some of the most politically incorrect, incisive, interesting, or original links from around the web for the weekend of August 26, 2016.
Feminized males join the enfeebled chorus of cry babies hoping to dump the world’s problems onto the backs of the productive class. Their peculiar ability to posture as merciful is the shallow veneer strewn across their perspiring pig flesh. They have such wonderful mercy! Which they expect you to believe with the wide eyed fervor of a retrograde sinner who just found baby jesus in a backwoods revival tent.
ROK has always carried a good number of articles on game, but I think the problem facing men today is not getting a woman, but being able to find one that is worth the bother. One of the biggest contributors to this phenomenon is the fact that modern women act like little children. Here are four things they display which prove that.
It’s no secret that masculinity is becoming more and more taboo in our culture. Everywhere we go, we’re discouraged from expressing our masculinity. We can’t talk about politics or religion, lest we be fired by overly sensitive HR departments. We can’t hit on women, without fear of being falsely accused of rape. We can’t even make a few lighthearted jokes, because you can bet your ass that some feminazi bitch will find it offensive.
Equality is bullshit. Hierarchy is essential. The races are different. The sexes are different. Morality matters and degeneracy is real. All cultures are not equal and we are not obligated to think they are. Man is a fallen creature and there is more to life than hollow materialism. Finally, the white race matters, and civilisation is precious. This is the Alt-Right.
Hillary Clinton claimed that Donald Trump was embracing “dark conspiracy theories” before going on a conspiracy theory-obsessed rant in which she attacked Alex Jones and claimed that Vladimir Putin was the villainous mastermind behind the ‘Alt-Right’ movement.
GOP nominee Donald Trump is experiencing an eye-popping surge in support among black Americans in Florida – the biggest prize of all the battleground states – according to a new poll. Trump has attracted the backing of a full 20 percent of black Americans in Florida, a poll by Florida Atlantic University and the Economics Polling Initiative found. The survey, conducted Aug. 19-22 and released Wednesday, shows Democrat Hillary Clinton winning the support of 68 percent of Florida’s black voters.
France’s highest administrative court has suspended the burkini ban imposed by the southern town of Villeneuve-Loubet. The ban “seriously, and clearly illegally, breached the fundamental freedoms to come and go, the freedom of beliefs and individual freedom,” the judgment, expected to set a precedent, said. It added that local authorities could only restrict individual liberties if there was a “proven risk” to public order, according to AFP.
Friday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton defended the Clinton Foundation and her association with it during her tenure as secretary of state. Clinton told co-host Mika Brzezinski was on the up-and-up and claimed her work as secretary of state “was not influenced by any outside forces” with regards to their charitable foundation.
Book of the Week
A remarkable introduction to cultural studies, Patterns of Culture is an eloquent declaration of the role of culture in shaping human life. In this fascinating work, the renowned anthropologist Ruth Benedict compares three societies — the Zuni of the southwestern United States, the Kwakiutl of western Canada, and the Dobuans of Melanesia — and demonstrates the diversity of behaviors in them. Benedict’s groundbreaking study shows that a unique configuration of traits defines each human culture and she examines the relationship between culture and the individual. Featuring prefatory remarks by Franz Boas, Margaret Mead, and Louise Lamphere, this provocative work ultimately explores what it means to be human.
“That today the modern world is on such easy terms with the concept of culture . . . is in very great part due to this book.” — Margaret Mead
“Benedict’s Patterns of Culture is a foundational text in teaching us the value of diversity. Her hope for the future still has resonance in the twenty-first century: that recognition of cultural relativity will create an appreciation for ‘the coexisting and equally valid patterns of life which mankind has created for itself from the raw materials of existence.'” — from the new foreword by Louise Lamphere, past president of the American Anthrolopological Association
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