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Davis Aurini takes aim at lizard people, media plotters, and other enemies of Roosh

What is love? Lizard don't hurt me.
What is love? Lizard don’t hurt me.

I realize that most of you are probably feeling as Rooshed-out as I am, and would like to move on to posts with a very low percentage of Roosh content, if any at all.

But I feel I would be remiss not to bring to your attention a post by our old friend, the urban cowboy/white nationalist (on paper) Davis M.J. Aurini, published on Roosh’s Return of Kings site on Friday. Entitled “Why International Meetup Day Was Cancelled,” it is perhaps the dumbest thing anyone has yet or will ever write on the subject.

Mr. Aurini starts off by positing the existence of a vast, Australia-wide media conspiracy against his buddy Roosh, a conspiracy showing the “extreme cunning” of the enemies of all that is good and true:

During Gamgergate [sic] it was revealed that the gaming press were coordinating behind the scenes, deciding which topics would be discussed and promoted, and which ones would be censored and dropped into the memory hole. Given that on February 2nd six nearly identical articles were published throughout the Australian press within hours of one another, all describing Return of Kings as a “Rape Group,” it is a near certainty that the Australian press is similarly controlled by collusion between the reporters on secret message boards.

Emphasis mine.

His proof of this conspiracy is a blurry image showing that a number of Australian papers RAN ARTICLES ABOUT ROOSH WITH IDENTICAL TITLES on the same day.

Which might be evidence of a vast conspiracy amongst Australian journalists except for the fact that all of the newspapers in question are owned by the same media conglomerate and regularly run the exact same articles as one another, much in the way that newspapers across the US regularly run identical stories by the Associated Press.

A conspiracy so immense that proof of it is blurry!
A conspiracy so immense that proof of it is blurry!

Indeed, if you look carefully at the blurry proof Aurini offers as proof of conspiracy, you’ll see that some of the papers in question also ran identical articles on what Myers and David Jones — apparently big Australian department store chains? — are planning to do to usher in a new fashion season.

I’m pretty sure that even the most cunning SJWs could not dream up a conspiracy so deliciously eeeevil that it would require not only media manipulation of news about Roosh but also unanimity of coverage on Australian department store fashion as well.

Don’t anyone mention this to Aurini, but I have proof that NEARLY IDENTICAL “WIZARD OF ID” COMICS are running today in newspapers around the world! COLLUSION AT ITS MOST NEFARIOUS!!!

Aurini then offers this, well, unique explanation of the behavior of Roosh’s enemies, which for some reason involves flocks of lizard people.

The behaviour we’ve witnessed over the past week is perfectly explained by flocks of narcissists, organized online, exercising vicious cunning with a human’s capacity for abstract thought. They are the metaphorical lizard people, dressed in skin suits, unreasonable and unrepentant.

Lizard people, you say?

Their goal is pandemonium. So long as it is chaotic, degraded, cheap, infectious, and ugly, they will endorse it, and they will use any tactic to achieve it: violence, lies, false philosophies, and pretend victimhood. They will be crying and vulnerable one moment, and coldly murderous the next. They are vicious, they are legion, and they’re organized as only animals who have known sin could possibly be.

We see you.

So apparently Aurini has discovered peyote?

Aurini continues bumbling his way through more failed metaphors, at one point declaring that

Through introspection we will hear the voice of our conductor, and learn what song it is that we are meant to sing.

After saying a whole lot of nothing, he winds up the piece with a warning for all of us lizard people who’ve been so darn mean to poor old Roosh.

A final word for all of those who attacked us, slandered us, and threatened us; we, the men who would defend you against those who would enslave and exploit you; we who fight, not for ourselves, but for the future.

Alas, Aurini’s “final word” is actually several hundred.

We will remember who you are, and we are a larger chorus than you know.

That ex-boyfriend who stole your heart? One of us. That charming married man at your office, with the beautiful wife? One of us. That wise mentor who helped you more than you’ll than you’ll ever know? One of us.

Huh. I rather doubt that the lesbian cultural history professor I had as an advisor in grad school — if anyone was ever my mentor, it was probably her — reads Return of Kings.

The battle for civilization will be neither quick nor easy. We will win, but not without great struggle and many casualties amongst those who refused to pick a side. So remember something: when you or your womenfolk are being viciously assaulted and raped by third world savages whom you defended while decrying us—or by some gestapo thug, whom you empowered to oppress us, their breath rancid with garlic and rotting teeth—

That is the future you chose by standing against men of virtue.

Yep, another far-right fantasy of a righteous apocalypse that will put all of us SJWs in their place. I’m just a little surprised to see Aurini — a white nationalist Holocaust denier who has more than a few kind things to say about Hitler — depicting the Gestapo as the bad guys.

 

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msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

I almost want to create a twitter account just so I can tell him to eat a dick – his own. It’s not cannibalism if it’s yours? /s/

Someone should tell him that those baths are probably why his skin feels scaly. He should use lotion. And then go walk on all the legos.

Saphira
Saphira
5 years ago

we, the men who would defend you against those who would enslave and exploit you

Damn feminists . . . . wanting to enslave and exploit us with things like equality and a culture free of rape!

And I’m adding this just for fun:

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anon
anon
5 years ago

This marks the birth of the Tin Foil Fedora.

WeirwoodTreeHugger
WeirwoodTreeHugger
5 years ago

I read that in the voice of Mel Gibson in Braveheart. Especially funny and fitting given Gibson’s propensity to have misogynistic and anti-Semitic meltdowns and then blame it on everyone else except himself when called out.

If I’m understanding PUA Lavey correctly, rape is logical, natural, and good when white men do it and savage and icky when brown and black do it?

AsAboveSoBelow
AsAboveSoBelow
5 years ago

If this is what “men of virtue” are getting up to, sign me up for Team Sinful Animals.

History Nerd
History Nerd
5 years ago

Sorry. For some reason I thought “nutters” wasn’t an ableist slur. I’ll stick with “crackpot” or “crank” from now on.

Crip Dyke
Crip Dyke
5 years ago

The battle for civilization will be neither quick nor easy.

Yeah, tell me about it.

I’m on turn 277 and the best I have in terms of cultural influence is “exotic” over the Inca. I’ve won one petty war with the Romans, but it’s an island map so wars are pretty rare and domination victory isn’t going to come soon. I did go sea-power and economic power pretty hard, so I’ve got most of the city states with me, which means a lot of delegates to the world congress, but I’m a long way from Information Age technologies (and I’m one of the two civs most technologically advanced), so I’m not even allowed to compete for world leader/diplomatic victory yet.

OTOH, I do think that my production of Gold and Hammers and Science all point to inevitable victory, but even that doesn’t mean it was easy to get to this point…just easier from here to the end of game.

…or was (a)urini talking about something else?

Moggie
Moggie
5 years ago

Don’t worry, Aurini! Senpai must notice you this time!

Shama
Shama
5 years ago

I just recently became aware of this Roosh individual and his “opinions” on rape. One thing that is “funny” to me is that these MRA creatures, who looove to talk about how women never take responsibility, and want to be treated like children, etc, seem to have no problem selling themselves as wild animals with no self-control. It’s NOT A MAN’S FAULT, you see, if a man doesn’t accept “no” once aroused, because he CANNOT CONTROL HIMSELF, mkay??! WOMEN should always be on guard of MEN because being alone with a man means she’s exposing herself to RAPE because NATURE YA’LL!!!!”.

The lack of self-awareness is just so baffling to me. So a woman should have responsibility over her safety (what generally applies to everyone), but a man should bear no responsibility for forcing himself sexually against a woman?!?!

History Nerd
History Nerd
5 years ago

A “crank” is someone who comes up with ridiculous theories due to an ignorance of the background knowledge needed to understand the topic and naivete (or a grossly inflated sense of self-importance). Probably a more accurate term because most people with weird ideas don’t have a psychological disability.

Moggie
Moggie
5 years ago

What Aurini thinks he sounds like:

http://cdn.loc.gov/service/pnp/cph/3b50000/3b50000/3b50300/3b50326r.jpg

What he actually sounds like:

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Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
5 years ago

@Bernardo Soares

Thank you! 🙂

Yeah, I’m gonna guess Aurini isn’t super happy about the Jews either. To be fair, he seems to hate everybody except for himself and the PUAs he looks up to.

Falconer
Falconer
5 years ago

@Crip Dyke:

At least your game of Civ hasn’t stalemated into 2,000 years of nuclear war.

CriticalDragon1177
5 years ago

David Futrelle,

If our Lizard overlords oppose Roosh, they can’t be all bad. Maybe David Icke should stop complaining about them now. 😉

David Icke
http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/David_Icke

brooked
brooked
5 years ago

Given that on February 2nd six nearly identical articles were published throughout the Australian press within hours of one another, all describing Return of Kings as a “Rape Group,” it is a near certainty that the Australian press is similarly controlled by collusion between the reporters on secret message boards. (It turns out that one company, Fairfax Media, controls nearly the entire press in the country.)

Actually it turns out that Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp Australia is, by far, the largest newspaper publisher in that country. Fairfax Media is the second largest.

Also, newspapers with huge editorial staffs are somehow “controlled by collusion between the reporters on secret message boards”? I guess Professor Skull doesn’t know what editors do in any medium.

Orion
Orion
5 years ago

I played Civilization: Beyond Earth for a while, but concluded that Civilizaton 5 is just a better game. That’s not totally surprising, though, because Civ 5 got 2 expansions that radically improved it. Still, I like Civ 5’s focus on big play, while BE feels focused on grinding out bland incremental advantage.

Is it worth picking up Rising Tide, or am I still going to be happier with Brave New World?

Luzbelitx
5 years ago

Through introspection we will hear the voice of our conductor, and learn what song it is that we are meant to sing.

This is the inspirational speech for guys who are supposed to be free thinkers?

I mean, Napoleon was the freakin’ Emperor and even he said “every french soldier carries a marshal’s baton in his pack”.

What’s this shit again?

“Through introspection we will know whom we need to follow, and which words we need to repeat”

Aurini, you are doing it so wrong it’s not even funny anymore!

Vanir85
Vanir85
5 years ago

Men of virtue; misogynistic, homophobic, bigots and racist who oppose personal liberty and democracy, who froth with hatred against everyone and everything that won’t be ordered like they want it to be.

I’m… thinking I’ll stick to supporting virtue-less slubberdegullions like myself, then, thank you very much. Less chance I’ll end up partaking in genocide and slavery, that way.

In other words: All hail our (metaphorical?) lizard overlords. May we enjoy the freedom they bring us, forever more!

Dreadnought
Dreadnought
5 years ago

@Crip

I hope you’re playing as Elizabeth. I like to play a nice peaceful game while I beeline all the naval techs, then warmonger once I can build ship-of-the line.

I also like to imagine the leaders of other Civs start running around with their arms flailing while shouting “the English are coming, flee!”

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
5 years ago

Through introspection we will hear the voice of our conductor, and learn what song it is that we are meant to sing.

That sound you’re hearing isn’t a rising chorus of agreement, it’s the echo of your own voice back through the emptiness within you.

Bernardo Soares
Bernardo Soares
5 years ago

@ Orion: I think it’s better to go with Brave New World. I was very disappointed by Civ: BE (yeah, I had hope for a new Alpha Centauri. My fault), and from what I hear, Rising Tide didn’t have the same effect as the Civ V expansions. If you want something more intricate, with better AI than Civ V, have you tried its predecessor, Civ IV?

@Luz
hej, can I ask you something totally OT? And I don’t want to assume anything just because you’re Argentinian, but the thing is this: Hector Oesterheld’s Eternauta was just published in German as a complete edition, and I’m thinking about picking it up. I liked some other stuff by him (Mort Cinder, mostly), but it’s really expensive. Do you know it by any chance and if so, can you recommend?

Moggie
Moggie
5 years ago

Well, despite News Corp’s dominance, all five of the newspapers listed in the blurry conspiracy pic are Fairfax papers.

I like the “heads I win, tails you lose” nature of his piece. When he thought they were indenpendent papers, it was “OMG collusion! Secret message boards!” (pretty slapdash of him not to notice the identical bylines right out in the open). When he realised they were sister papers (even that term is misandry), it was “OMG powerful press barons controlling the media!”

Artor
Artor
5 years ago

Off topic, but what is the origin of the slur, “nutters?” Is it an implication that the person is nuts? Or is it equivalent to wanker, as in someone who nutts all over the place, making a disgusting mess nobody wants to deal with?

Dreadnought
Dreadnought
5 years ago

@Orion

I found BE to be “souless” compared to Civ5. It just doesn’t resonate the feeling that you’re trying to build a great civilisation. Rising Tide adds a new mechanic where you can build floating cities on water, which is cool, but until they fix the AI I felt that the expansion didn’t improve the game by much.

I really hope the successor to Civ5 is in the works.

ej
ej
5 years ago

I haven’t seen anyone mention this yet, so I would just like to remind you all that Roosh totally got laid in Norway.

https://wehuntedthemammoth.com/2015/03/06/the-top-8-most-cringeworthy-moments-from-the-auriniowen-chat-logs-sarkeesian-effect-breakup-part-3/#more-15562

Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
5 years ago

I would like to point out that Aurini self-identifies as a “neoreactionary monarchist”. 🙂

Bernardo Soares
Bernardo Soares
5 years ago

@ Imaginary Petal

but…but…the Queen is one of the lizard people!
http://www.neonnettle.com/feed/images/royalreptileworth1000com.jpg

Dreadnought
Dreadnought
5 years ago

@Imaginary Petal

Someone really should tell him that he’s being redundant or explain to him what neoreactionary entails; or we could just sit back and laught at his ignorant ass.

I vote for the last option.

Scaly Llama
Scaly Llama
5 years ago

Through introspection we will hear the voice of our conductor, and learn what song it is that we are meant to sing.

Clearly, Aurini has never worked with an actual conductor. When you hear their voice, you’re in no doubt whatsoever that a) you’ve screwed up and b) they KNOW you’re singing the wrong thing! No need for quiet and introspection there!

Mind you, I’m usually dealing with opera conductors, who don’t see the performers and chorus until a week or two before opening night. The music director handles the early rehearsals and note bashes the chorus. If you hear the MD’s voice, you’re probably either screwing up – or you’ve just done a magnificent sing through. Hard to know sometimes. I have one MD who is refreshingly blunt though and will tell us “that was a bit crap, wasn’t it!”

But I digress. My point is that by the time you hear the conductor’s voice, you should know what you’re meant to be singing and will actually be fucking up to the point where ‘speech’ has become ‘bellow’.

Scaly Llama
Scaly Llama
5 years ago

@Artor

Off topic, but what is the origin of the slur, “nutters?” Is it an implication that the person is nuts? Or is it equivalent to wanker, as in someone who nutts all over the place, making a disgusting mess nobody wants to deal with?

Fairly certain it is the former, although I rather like your alternative definition!

Dreadnought
Dreadnought
5 years ago

@Scaly

So basically Aurini is admitting that the leader of his movement would most likely think every MRA/PUA is a screwup?

Kreator
Kreator
5 years ago

Comic time!

http://s21.postimg.org/4gbawsppj/Masks.png

PS: Slightly Ninja’d by Moggie!

Scaly Llama
Scaly Llama
5 years ago

@Dreadnought

I don’t think conductors hate us. We’re more like willful and erring children, or dunces who don’t even lift (can’t think of a suitably musical version of that one).

Like benevolent dictators who want you to be happy that you’re doing things their way. 😉

I imagine this is anathema to Aurini and co.

Scildfreja
Scildfreja
5 years ago

@Orion,

I played Civilization: Beyond Earth for a while, but concluded that Civilizaton 5 is just a better game. That’s not totally surprising, though, because Civ 5 got 2 expansions that radically improved it. Still, I like Civ 5’s focus on big play, while BE feels focused on grinding out bland incremental advantage.

Is it worth picking up Rising Tide, or am I still going to be happier with Brave New World?

Okay, I’m gonna gush about Civ:Beyond Earth for a bit here because nggghhhh so good. So, biased. But I will try to answer!

WARNING: there will be a lot of exclamation marks in this post.

First, your question. Rising Tides is a great expansion, I loves it to pieces. It has:

– Completely new diplomatic model! War scores that let you make demands at the end of a war! You can even demand technologies to resolve war! At peace you can use diplomatic capital to purchase special abilities, or gain abilities from allies! You have diplomatic standings that go up and down based on what you do!
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– Hybrid affinity units with awesome special rules! Like the Drone Cage, which you plonk behind a battle line and turn on, and it provides healing to all friendlies in a 2-hex radius. Or the Golem, a super-durable unit that blocks enemy line of sight when it fortifies! Or the Geliopod, a stealth walker unit that runs around like an assassin! Or the Architects, that provide offensive and defensive bonuses to units around it! There’s just so much more – the tactical side of the game is so much more punchy than Civ V!

http://cdn.pcgamesn.com/sites/default/files/rising%20tide%20hybrids.jpg

– You can build cities in the water, like you could in Alpha Centauri! Unlike AC, though, the cities can move as a build job (a built up city can move a hex in 2-3 turns). One of the most entertaining wars I’ve had involved me building up a fleet, then lifting the anchor of a city and jamming it, and the fleet, right into my enemy’s face. Super-powerful battleship/repair base/aircraft carrier/manufacturing bay!
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– More intrigue! There’s a black market for resources (buy and sell special resources), more things to steal and sabotage, and you get spies a little easier if you focus on it. BE is the first Civ game I’ve played where you can sort of ignore science and rely on spies to just steal science from others.

http://www.pcinvasion.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/civilization-beyond-earth-covert-ops-1024×562.png

– Exploration is so much more important! There are quests and stories all over the place, and you can now find artifacts or solve quests to get unique bonuses. Apparently if you find a Mr. Coffee machine (ancient religious icon from Old Earth apparently), The Last Stradivarius, and another earth relic you figure out how to make a Biomass Spa that gives you health and unit healing bonuses, for example. Naturally 😉
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So, uh, yes, I love Rising Tides, and think it’s totally worth it. But as always, your mileage may vary! Check out some gameplay on youtubes if you like. With BE I find there’s no real replacement for playing it, mind you.

I love Civ BE (as is probably obvious). It’s gotten a bad reputation for just being “A Civ V Reskin”, but it honestly isn’t. It plays very, very differently. I do get what you mean by the “incremental bonuses” thing, mind you! Rising Tides fixes a lot of that by adding a lot of new units and new things-to-do. The personalities of the various sponsors have really come out more strongly also. Arshia Kishk is the best friend <3

http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/civilization/images/3/3c/Arshia_kishk.jpg

I would happily ramble on about Civ BE all day if you let me, so I will leave it there. But, yes, I think the expansion is good!

Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
5 years ago

I just have to provide this perfect example of how these morons blame their own hatred on other people and self-sabotage their own lives, from the comments to the article linked in OP:

An HR department is the worst because it usually has an entire department of women who couldn’t cut it anywhere else in a company. They offered no real skills and it is always about the “feels” with these types. They are, often, the most mentally damaged ones in their personal life (and it bleeds over into their jobs).

All the other “Men” there were straight up f*gs, cucks, Lefties, or Union Officials.
Wasnt a Conservative in the entire place bar myself

Gee, I wonder why these guys can’t keep a job or function in society at all. -_-

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
5 years ago

@Orion : I sincerely advice civ 4 over civ 5 anyhow. With civ 5, I have at best the feeling to do a boxing match against a kitten. The mechanism in general make less sense too, with the only (but significant) good change in 5 being the limitation to 1 unit per square.

Ironically, Beyong Earth pleased me a lot more, because it did not constantly compare and fail to be as good as civ 4. It’s not an excellent game to me, but it’s a nice change of pace.

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
5 years ago

I meant, when I play against the AI. I never was quite interested in playing against human at civilization.

Dreadnought
Dreadnought
5 years ago

@Scaly

When I reread my comment — after clicking send — I realised that and had to edit my comment – that’s a bad habit I have. Sorry for any confusion caused.

Falconer
Falconer
5 years ago

@Orion, the latest I’ve played is Civ 4, and none of the expansions to that, either. Too many games ….

Robert
Robert
5 years ago

I used to play Civ. Always turned off war, so I could concentrate on the fun parts. I modeled one game on Objectivist principles; wound up with the smallest land area, smallest population, and greatest wealth. My proudest moment was in a Culture victory game, when a foreign city on my border revolted to join my civ.

First time I played Civ it was a board game.

Scildfreja
Scildfreja
5 years ago

Regarding the other Civs, the Brave New World expansion is amazing and if you don’t have it, get it. The mid-game grind disappears, and the late game turns into a frantic push for ideologies. The construction of a viable culture becomes extremely important, since the ideology bonuses become so important to getting a win. Tourism has also become a very strong late-game win condition with its own goals – the archaeology game starts around 1700 and really is a mad dash for the super powers to grab up all of the artifacts they can. Bonus points if you go to war with someone just to get your archaeologists in to raid all of their archaeology sites!

Late game war has a definite Great War inflection point, too – if you start going up against Great War Infantry/machineguns/artillery, you either a) get utterly crushed by the slow, inexhorable advance, or b) get some of your own and your wars turn into a horrible bloody mess where no one wins. This continues until you get proper tanks and planes, though it doesn’t *really* clear up until you get modern armor, mechanized infantry and mobile artillery. So, it *feels* right!

So, yeah, awesome, awesome expansion. Totally worth it, especially now that it’s on sale once in awhile. Might be even now on Steam – there’s a sale until the 12th I think!

Scildfreja
Scildfreja
5 years ago

Uh, guys. I think i have a civ-addiction problem D:

EDIT – Oh, yes, there is a Civ 6 in the works right now. Firaxis has been at that awhile now! They are good eggs. I doubt it’ll be out soon, though. Civ V is still selling well, and it’s still in the top 10 games played on Steam I think.

Chiomara
Chiomara
5 years ago

I REALLY like the idea of measuring pomposity and unwarranted self importance in mAur.

Can we measure misogynistic awfulness in Rooshs?

guy
guy
5 years ago

@Orion

Eh, mixed feelings. Rising Tide does add lots of interesting new things and generic improvements, but they’re kind of iffy in terms of quality.

The diplomacy system is an interesting idea and also a tremendously buggy mess and includes core design decisions that simply don’t make any sense. Basically every civ has a unique leader trait and then three slots for generic traits, and each trait gives you a bonus, comes in three levels, and lets you offer two diplomatic deals. You spend a new resource called diplomatic capital to make deals with people and upgrade traits, and when someone asks to make one of your diplomatic deals they pay you diplomatic capital to maintain it at a fixed rate (the startup fee vanishes into the ether). There’s also two opinion tracks, fear and respect, and when you’re above a certain threshold in either you can upgrade to cooperating and then to allied.

Then the nonsense sets in. Every trait has associated diplomatic opinions, which makes sense, but they’re largely pretty weird. If someone has an expansion-related trait, for instance, they will like you more when you have a lot of territory and like you less when you don’t. In some cases it makes sense; a science trait puts a civ firmly on team science and they make friends with all their science buddies. But in general the AI likes you when you do well in some facet of gameplay and dislikes you when you do poorly. And the AI will spam you with messages about whatever they have an opinion on, because I guess Firaxis thought that multiplayer’s real draw over single player is people telling you you’re playing the game wrong.

Also, there’s some weird issue with alliances, such that if you’re allied with two civs who go to war with each other, you’re automatically pulled into war with both of them. And the AI makes and cancels agreements apparently at random.

The actual ocean part is definitely pretty fun, and I like the actual outright support for hybrid affinities; it always felt weird you could go for cybernetics or xeno-hybridization but not both. Though admittedly I have no idea whatsoever how Purity+Harmony is supposed to work, because they are literally “Alter human genetics to live on this planet” and “Keep humans the way they are”.

Garen Truscott
Garen Truscott
5 years ago

It is funny but he has stumbled on the lack of diverse media in Australia. Here we have Newscorp and Fairfax who own pretty much all of the newspapers. It sounds like he thinks he is very clever but they share content all the time, and Newscorp is famous for banging on about the same issue as one. I doubt they use secret methods of communication though. Unlike other issues I think the media got it right here.

Dreadnought
Dreadnought
5 years ago

@Scildfreja

I don’t keep Civ installed on my PC for that very reason. Once I start playing Civ my productivity evaporates completely, which sucks because I have a lot of books waiting to be read. The last time I Civ’ed I spent two entire days in front of the PC.

Scaly Llama
Scaly Llama
5 years ago

@Dreadnought

Oh! That makes a bit more sense. And yes, totally correct. 😂

Lady Mondegreen
Lady Mondegreen
5 years ago

So dudes who read books called “Bang Poland” are “men of virtue”? Do tell, Skullboy.

Briefer Aurini:

“PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE FACT THAT ROOSH WAS FOUND LIVING IN HIS MOM’S BASEMENT. US ARE REAL MANLY MEN!”

Chiomara
Chiomara
5 years ago

Should we measure level of “I am of superior intellect in all areas, and completely emotionless and unbiased because I am a white male in STEM” in Dawkins or in Thunderfeets?

Gert
Gert
5 years ago

Please do also read this: Michael Sebastian (now also grovelling at RoK for funds!), from ‘Honor and Daring’ (cough!):

http://www.donotlink.com/i7dd