There is a lot of content on the internet. In this era of fake news, and with so many divisions in conservative culture: the Alt-Right and the New Right; Christianity, survivalism, and neo-paganism; moral philosophy and the manosphere; it’s hard to know where to start.
This blog is explores mental and physical health, lifestyle, politics and culture. By exploring the overlaps and identifying purity spirals, this site aims to help the reader locate himself along the spectrum that the fake news generalises as ‘far right’.
Sometimes a journey can be more fulfilling if it is shared. Sometimes information makes sense if you approach it from someone else’s perspective. Each of us learns and expresses who we are by exploring unique connections only we can see, and by sharing these connections we find like-minded people and connect with each other.
I aim to expose both neophytes and veterans to writers like Mike Cernovich, Vox Day, Roosh V, Milo Yiannopolis, Jack Donovan and more, with the hope that they might see new connection, or new interpretations that might prevent ‘punching to the right’ and allow us to create a new culture to try to turn the world right side up.
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