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Mmmmm! And they’re even better cooked!

By David Futrelle

It’s time once again to venture into the wondrous world of MGTOW cooking. All of the images below were posted to the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit by proud MGTOW chefs. Look upon these marvelous culinary achievements and weep, ladies; these guys don’t need you evil harpies to feed them any more!

But first, a word from our sponsor, Acme Frozen Green Beans, the beans that are blandly delicious even served completely plain without so much as salt or pepper!

Next we have some delicious steaks and other raw meatstuffs. I just hope these are the before pictures, and not the finished meals. And I wish only the best of health to the dude who’s putting raw steak on the same wooden board he’s serving cheese and crackers off of.

Here is a burrito, insofar as that is the correct term for a bunch of stuff piled atop an uncooked tortilla that this guy has no idea how to fold up into a burrito.

But this last one is my favorite. Some “gourmet” Italian foodstuff carefully arranged in a lovely little tableau with a Febreze Candle Air Freshener and a FedEx envelope and a wallet I think and maybe a boombox, I can’t tell. Because it’s all about the presentation.

The guy posted this under the headline:

Get a girlfriend/married, she will cook for you. Surrrrreeeeee. I’ll gladly cook a gourmet Italian dinner with a delicious wine for myself by myself because we all know women dont cook. CHEERS GENTS!

These guys are sure showing the ladies that they know how to live!

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Naglfar
Naglfar
9 months ago

@Mrs. Obed Marsh
I think they’re playing off of the idea of women’s studies as being a useless major, then thinking that because most librarians are women, thinking that all librarians must be feminazi harpies.
It’s a reach, but that could be what they’re thinking. My experience with librarians largely mirrors yours.

@jy3

autogratification through the computational equivalent of your own vocalizations

I get the feeling this is the motive behind a lot of manosphere writing.

C.A.Collins
C.A.Collins
9 months ago

Bismarck pretension=cream filled rather than jelly filled?

Snowberry
Snowberry
9 months ago

re: “Bismarckian Pretense”

I did a bit of googling to see if that exact phrase comes up anywhere else, and it doesn’t. However, I did find a few references to Bismarck’s military campaign against France. He supported the liberals in their attempt to overthrow the conservative government, and then attacked during the resulting chaos. Despite that, he never conquered France (though it’s not clear if he actually meant to), just managed to keep France busy while he expanded Germany elsewhere.

Given that, I suppose that one could use it as a metaphor for “supporting causes you don’t believe in as a trojan horse for a sinister agenda” or something similar, which is something that a lot of Conservatives seem to believe about Liberals (and antisemnites believe about Jews)… but as most people aren’t history buffs and literally no one uses that phrase, that’s a virtually useless way of communicating it.

Or maybe he meant “Lamarckian Pretense” as a metaphor for pushing purposefully bad science, because “real men eat raw meat” is “good science” somehow. Who the hell even knows.

Naglfar
Naglfar
9 months ago

@Snowberry

supporting causes you don’t believe in as a trojan horse for a sinister agenda

Isn’t this basically what the right is saying when they accuse people on the left of “virtue signaling”? When really conservatives do this all the time, arguing in bad faith for things they don’t want in order to cause harm.

Or maybe he meant “Lamarckian Pretense” as a metaphor for pushing purposefully bad science

Or he thinks that if he acquires the trait of being able to eat raw meat he will pass it on to his offspring?

Rabid Rabbit
Rabid Rabbit
9 months ago

Going back to the original for a moment, if “women dont [sic] cook,” what the hell are they doing in the kitchen all the time with their unsanitary bare feet?!?

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
9 months ago

@ rapid rabbit

what the hell are they doing in the kitchen all the time

Being pregnant? I seem to recall that’s the trifecta.

Lainy
Lainy
9 months ago

This is off topic but I just want to say something about it because it almost made me cry when I saw it

So when I was little I had a love for DC, most like the kid shows they had for it, Batman the animated series, justice league, static shock, teen tittans and so forth. But most of all was a love for Young justice

So LockDown brought back my love for DC because I discovered that They started making Young Justice again is 2019. So I bought the first two seasons to rewatched and mentally prepare myself for the new version Young justice Outsides.

Without spoiling to much, there is a teenage character named Violet, their hero name is Halo, and a few episodes ago they just came out as NB. They are also such a great character. And I’m not just saying that because I usually fall for characters whos costume has some kind of hood on it. I highly recommend

Please note, I think DC realized that anyone who watched young justice is grown up, so Young justice is so unbelievably bloody and Halo is kind of like a Jack Harkness character. They die and come back a lot.

www.globalvitaminshop.com

My three-year-old niece speaks better than you write. That kind of nonsense?

Snowberry
Snowberry
9 months ago

@Naglfar:

When really conservatives do this all the time, arguing in bad faith for things they don’t want in order to cause harm.

I would argue that the bulk of traditional conservatives, or at least the rank-and-file, don’t believe that the harm is real, or occasionally, that the harm is necessary in the short run. If people would only stop resisting and do what is good and right and natural, then the suffering will end. (I mean, “suffering brings you closer to God, but I’m exempt” types do exist, but in my experience they’re a tiny minority.) The fact that their concepts of good and right and natural are not experienced as such by the “resistors” and that’s why they’re suffering, and that many of their own are suffering as well and repressing it hard, is something they can never allow themselves to notice. To paraphrase Hitchhiker’s Guide, “No they won’t, because they’ve been programmed not to.”

A lot of the Trad-Con leaders, and most of the Alt-Right, on the other hand, sometimes the cruelty really is the point. I’m not certain some of them are even conservatives philosophically, or really anything other than sociopathic, sadistic opportunists. Other times it’s about elevating their own (perceived) moral status by denying other groups of people their moral agency (both by denying its existence and their ability to effectively wield it), or occasionally, fomenting genocide. That’s not morality, but an atrocious perversion of it, akin to being the best at something not by improving your own ability but by damaging your competition’s ability, or occasionally, killing your competitors. Not that either of those types would ever admit it.

Dalillama
Dalillama
9 months ago

@Snowberry

I would argue that the bulk of traditional conservatives, or at least the rank-and-file, don’t believe that the harm is real

Why? What evidence do you have to support that proposition? In my experience, they actively fucking gloat over the harm they and their representatives do.

I’m not certain some of them are even conservatives philosophically,

YES THEY FUCKING ARE. That’s conservatism. It’s never been anything else and never will be. The term was literally coined by and for fucking monarchists, and has been championed in the US by white supremacists for as long as there’s been a US. Conservative leaders do what they do because they are fucking white supremacists, and their supporters support them foe the same reason. There is no deeper principle, there never has been, and there fundamentally cannot be.

Sheila
9 months ago

@ An Autistic Giraffe.

Dude the world in my head involves Loki, Coyote, Anansi and Sun Wukong competing in a best trickster contest to see who can first overthrow a dystopian theocracy that spans the solar system. It’s very eventful.

I want to read that too.

Naglfar
Naglfar
9 months ago

O/T: Apparently TERFs have started calling themselves “JKR’s Army” for JK Rowling. Totally not culty and violent-sounding (/s). Projection is one hell of a drug.

numerobis
numerobis
9 months ago

An Autistic Giraffe: I gather fish and their predators don’t typically have any dangerous parasites, so they aren’t very risky. Fish is chopped up raw (typically frozen, since it’ll freeze on the way home anyway, but in summer maybe fresh). Seal is butchered while the animal is still steaming and eaten minutes later. Whale blubber+skin (maqtaaq) is frequently frozen.

Caribou is often stewed but it’s also fairly safe raw: Not so many parasites in wild herbivores in the Arctic.

Walrus is high enough up the food chain to be dangerous: you send the tongue to get tested, the answer is supposed to come within 24 hours. If it’s good, most often it’s fermented as igunaq, an acquired taste. The fermentation apparently doesn’t kill trichinosis.

Polar bear must be cooked; it’s safe to simply assume they’ve got trichinosis.

Occasionally someone dies from untested walrus or from raw polar bear.

Raw fresh meat has vitamin C, which is how Inuit (and Norwegian explorers who learned from them) avoid scurvy. Seafood is rich in vitamin D, which helps limit Ricketts.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
9 months ago

@ numerobis

Norwegian explorers

When Thor Heyerdahl and co did the Kon Tiki thing the (British) Royal Navy kitted them out with supplies; including an experimental shark repellent.

“Does it work?” asked Thor.

“That’s what we’d like you to find out.” the Navy replied.

To tie this in with the eating weird food topic, the crew accidentally ate the shark repellant when they got it mixed up with soup.

Katherine the Adequate
Katherine the Adequate
9 months ago

Yessiree, the best durn food for a manly man is somethin raw, preferably kilt by said manly man, mebbe with a bigass gun, or even better, with his bare hands, yesiree.

skimmingway
skimmingway
9 months ago

@you people

You all are Bismarckians insofar as you would see to it that a sprawling, technocratic leviathan run by gassy know-it-alls with no real life experience should make the rules for those of us who are busy living in the real world. You would see to it that the state becomes something of a matron, taking from “bullies” who have more than other children and making them all even, irrespective of their individual merit or prowess. My contention is that, as holders of irrelevant degrees from expensive propaganda institutions, most of you are just utterly distraught that people you should consider your inferiors (ie plumbers, electricians, etc) should be so far ahead of you in the game. As such, your envy compels you to prove that all of that multisyllabic, needlessly verbose nonsense you learned in college is somehow useful, thinking that your high-priced theories qualify you to ascend to the highest offices in the land, whereby you shall claim victory over such gentle people as the tradesman and the trucker through your clearly vindictive use of restrictive, feminizing regulations. To the extent that you are all clearly too useless and lacking in charisma to achieve political supremacy yourselves, you instead opt for wish-fulfillment politicians, like Warren, who you fancy that you might one day sit down and have a Chai latte with while discussing some esoteric matter that no one who’s had less than 6 unpaid internships will care to discuss.

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
9 months ago

*reads skimmingway’s latest post*

Eh, I’d give it a 4 or 5 out of 10. We’ve seen better walls of text.

ephemerides
ephemerides
9 months ago

Shorter skimmingway, equally informative:

wall of text MANLY MEN wall of text

Catalpa
Catalpa
9 months ago

As such, your envy compels you to prove that all of that multisyllabic, needlessly verbose nonsense you learned in college is somehow useful,

Dude, we’re not the ones treating our thesauruses like reference books for every sentence we write.

Naglfar
Naglfar
9 months ago

@Alan Robertshaw

To tie this in with the eating weird food topic, the crew accidentally ate the shark repellant when they got it mixed up with soup.

Well, I’m sure it kept sharks out of their stomachs.

@skimmingway

you would see to it that a sprawling, technocratic leviathan run by gassy know-it-alls with no real life experience should make the rules for those of us who are busy living in the real world.

As opposed to a country where the president sends in mercenaries to kidnap protestors?

You would see to it that the state becomes something of a matron, taking from “bullies” who have more than other children and making them all even, irrespective of their individual merit or prowess.

Ah, so the mask comes off. How should we determine “individual merit,” then?

My contention is that, as holders of irrelevant degrees from expensive propaganda institutions, most of you are just utterly distraught that people you should consider your inferiors (ie plumbers, electricians, etc) should be so far ahead of you in the game.

What does this even mean?

As such, your envy compels you to prove that all of that multisyllabic, needlessly verbose nonsense you learned in college is somehow useful

Projecting hard, I see.

you shall claim victory over such gentle people as the tradesman and the trucker through your clearly vindictive use of restrictive, feminizing regulations.

I have nothing against truckers or tradesmen. Indeed, it is the left which supports their right to unionize and better working conditions.

To the extent that you are all clearly too useless and lacking in charisma to achieve political supremacy yourselves, you instead opt for wish-fulfillment politicians

As much as I’d love a chai latte right now, I vote for politicians that agree with me because I don’t have the time to run for office. Do you run for office?

Katherine the Adequate
Katherine the Adequate
9 months ago

The only multi syllabic, needlessly verbose nonsense I see comes from Skimmingway. The best writers are direct and to the point. They have no need to vomit words.

Katherine the Adequate
Katherine the Adequate
9 months ago

BTW, I’ve never read anything negative from Mammotheers about tradespeople. Someone’s been depending on their Fox news Bag o’ Stereotypes too much to form arguments (or what seem to be arguments).

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee
weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee
9 months ago

Does Skidmarkway talk like this all the time, or is it just when he’s trolling? Because he seems like someone that the meme “sir, this is a Wendy’s” was made for.

Dalillama
Dalillama
9 months ago

@Jackass
Oooh, look at your working class cred, we are so very impressed. Oh, wait, no. It’s that other thing… contemptuous, that’s it. You fascist fucks aren’t champions of the working class and you sound like tools when you pretend to be. Moreso than usual, even. I’d like to see you finish your shift in the kitchen after the tip of your thumb’s been taken off or work through second-degree burns on your hands and arms, and still feed 20+ people an hour, sometimes for up to 12 hours at a stretch. I’m also a Wobbly, cos the IWW really are champions of the working class, and have been since their inception.

Catalpa
Catalpa
9 months ago

I’ve never read anything negative from Mammotheers about tradespeople.

I’d imagine that most Mammotheers are pretty supportive of workers of almost all careers and jobs. We’re all just trying to get by under capitalism.

Except for the cops. Fuck the cops.

Snowberry
Snowberry
9 months ago

@Dalilama:

Why? What evidence do you have to support that proposition? In my experience, they actively fucking gloat over the harm they and their representatives do.

I talk to people, in person, to learn about them and their understandings and perspectives. I can do this because I’m not an obvious target (I mean, I’m bi and an atheist but most people outside the alt-culture communities that I’m involved in don’t know that), can interact with people on their own level even if I find that “level” to be ignorant or wrongheaded, and am very good at appearing sympathetic and non-judgmental even though I’m not always so. Most of the Trad-Cons I’ve met are not clearly Trad-Cons, not until you get to know them. Sure, they’re to some extent racist, sexist, homophobic, everything-ist, but it’s mostly subtle (as in, subtle most of the time, but comes out in a clear and obvious way during uncommon situations), and seemingly more motivated by befuddlement that some people don’t accept “God’s place for them” than anything resembling malice.

And then there are the openly malicious ones. If you’re an obvious or known target, they’re going after you, and they’re going to make absolutely sure you know how conservative and how malicious they are. Thing is, in my experience, they don’t represent ordinary Trad-Cons any more than Dawkins fans represent ordinary Atheists. Some of the more ordinary ones have described them as things like “trash”, “shitheads”, “not real Christians”, or even “liberals”. I’ve heard that the real reason that people say that is because they’re angry about people saying “the quiet part out loud” but again, actually knowing some of those people, I’m not so sure that’s usually the case.

My view of the essence of Trad-Con conservatism is as thus, again based on my personal experience with actual Trad-Cons:

1. Following the “one true way”, which is good and right and natural and has a clear social pecking order, and bringing others into the fold, using varying degrees of force if necessary, because it’s for their own good. And yes, if you’re a racial minority, being at the bottom of society is for your own good, as is being a servant to your husband if you’re a woman, as is “choosing to be straight”, among other such things.
2. Security. Security for leaders first, the community and the family second and third (not necessarily in that order), and the individual fourth. Outsiders deserve none, because they resist being brought into the fold. Some of them don’t seem to be very concerned with the security of insiders who are lower social status than them, though.
3. Religious Freedom. The meaning of this varies, but typically bears little resemblance to how liberals use the term. Often it’s some variant of “being able to openly show people the one true way without any interference or counterexamples”.

That said, I have no personal experience with Trad-Con leaders, and not a lot of personal experience with Alt-Rightists, and a lot of those people are really scary even if you’re not a target. It’s not as clear how representative the overtly malicious ones are compared to the whole, but thus far I’ve seen little evidence that some of the former or any of the latter are not fundamentally terrible people who only pay lip service to conservative ideals, if that.

Also all that being said, while I can be moderately sympathetic to some Trad-Cons, I still believe that all conservatives need to be crushed and rendered powerless in the larger society and the more extreme examples exiled to communities of people much like them. It’s just not because it’s incompatible with liberal ideals, it’s not just because some of them cause unnecessary suffering on purpose and some are just brainwashed into being oblivious, but also because conservatives are incompatible with each other. There are far too many “one true ways” because none of them can ever be right, and there will never be a unity through swordpoint conversion unless the planet is nuked down to a single tiny community because they keep splintering. That is a recipe for endless disaster. All of history is an endless disaster. This needs to end. But because people with fundamentally conservative personalities will always be born, they still need to be properly understood so that they can be contained as humanely as possible. Even conservatives don’t deserve unnecessary suffering. No one does.

Maybe I’m in a better-than-normal environment or you’re in a worse one, maybe my not being a target is skewing my experiences, maybe you’ve got multiple targets painted on your back (as I suspect is the case due to various reactions to things in the past, and if not, I apologize) and this is skewing both of our experiences in different directions. But this *is* genuinely what my experience of things says.

skimmingway
skimmingway
9 months ago

@Dalilama

The IWW are not but miserable play actors who accomplish nothing while establishing that those who would so use the name are performative radicals with nothing else of interest going on in their miserable little lives. Franco creamed people like you in Catalonia, not once have people of your persuasion been useful in rebuffing anything resembling a nationalist resurgence; to the contrary, I would say it’s even your fault that they feel the need to begin with to result to such belligerent ends to defend themselves. As my hostility towards the sprawling state apparatus that presently chokes the United States with its limp-wristed hand should indicate, I am by no means any sort of fascist or nationalist; I daresay that you are stretching the meaning of that term, as “radicals” so often do, to mean whatever it is that you simply do not like. But I will be forthright in saying that if you kick a hornet’s nest, you are asking to be stung. The methods employed by people such as you always bare, as if by Hegelian doctrine, their own antithesis.

You don’t know me. Don’t talk as if you do. It’s clear that you see the world in black and white, and reduce everyone you have but only minor disagreements with to dreadful stereotypes, no doubt to better facilitate your belief that we should have our heads removed by guillotine.

Dalillama
Dalillama
9 months ago

You’re cheering for Franco, old bean. That’s something only fascists ever do. And when you jackasses actually accomplish anything positive, then you can call Wobblies poseurs. In the meantime, I’d advise you to spend less time reading pseudo-philosophical gibberish and more history, economics, and sociology.

Naglfar
Naglfar
9 months ago

@skimmingway

Franco creamed people like you in Catalonia

Utterly unsurprising to see you defending fascists. The way most remember Franco today is how they will remember your side in 70 years.

As my hostility towards the sprawling state apparatus that presently chokes the United States with its limp-wristed hand should indicate

Then you should just hate Trump for sending in CBP and building a wall. Talk about a sprawling state.

I am by no means any sort of fascist or nationalist

Then why do you feel the need to defend them?

You don’t know me. Don’t talk as if you do.

A couple things:
1. You act as though you know us. You don’t know any of us. If you want to have a civil conversation, you pranced in on the wrong foot, buddy (but I suspect that was never your intention anyway).
2. You came here. If you don’t like it, you can leave.

reduce everyone you have but only minor disagreements with to dreadful stereotypes, no doubt to better facilitate your belief that we should have our heads removed by guillotine.

Sir, you left the projector running again.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
9 months ago

Hemmingway this troll ain’t.

An Autistic Giraffe
An Autistic Giraffe
9 months ago

Dang Skimmy, you are projecting so hard we could use you to write messages on the moon.

You don’t know me. Don’t talk as if you do.

A page ago did you accuse me of not having a job or something? Why don’t you follow your own advice here?

Snowberry
Snowberry
9 months ago

re: skimmingway’s latest, I occasionally wonder if sometimes it’s not so much projection as lack of ability to imagine any flaws other than one’s own. Not that this is necessarily the case here, just that I’ve noticed that people who seem to be projecting are also sometimes those who display a severe lack of imagination in terms of other people’s motivations, goals, desires, preferences, etc. in general, not just when they appear to be projecting. That also ties a bit into my wall-o-text about Trad-Cons.

LindsayIrene
LindsayIrene
9 months ago

You don’t know me. Don’t talk as if you do.

This working-class laborer with only a high school education can recognize a whole lot of try-hard word-fluffing when she sees it.

Jesalin, Goddess of Lust & Pleasure
Jesalin, Goddess of Lust & Pleasure
9 months ago

I’ve never in my life tried to build up Germany as a world power.

This is probably for the better, seeing what happened the last time someone tried.

Errr sorry, in my defense I really wanted to try out his Panzer units, and I didn’t win by military victory.

Damn are they really all the way up to Civ 6 now?!

skimmingway
skimmingway
9 months ago

@Dallilama

Are you even infinitesimally aware of the fact that I have, in fact, read books of those genres, only I have dared read books that you bohos who get sweaty over Chomsky would never dare to touch, but yet still jeer and complain about as though you do? Are you aware of the highly intricate and tightly reasoned work produced by Hans-Hermann Hoppe? Have you ever put that arrogant snout of your betwixt anything penned by Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn? Beyond caricatures and half-baked pseudo-intellectual dismissals, have you grappled with Julius Evola? Oswald Spengler? Joseph de Maistre? You have neither the brains nor the humility to engage with such titans, you would be only glance in their direction and yelp “Ahhnk! Fascist!” before retreating to whatever hovel you undoubtedly call “home.”

ETA: Pat Buchanan also cheered for Franco, and declared him an inspiration; a fascist, he is not.

An Autistic Giraffe
An Autistic Giraffe
9 months ago

Pat Buchanan also cheered for Franco, and declared him an inspiration; a fascist, he is not.

No, I’m pretty sure he is.

Nequam
Nequam
9 months ago

Seriously, I’m wondering if this is one of the regulars seeing how hard they can yank everyone’s chains. He sounds like a parody.

On a completely different but semi-relevant note, my husband made his second savory pie, based on the same recipe he used before but with a different source of protein and fats (hamsteak and its rendered fat instead of hard-cooked eggs and butter). It came out very well and since he didn’t overload the ingredients the top crust (a pre-made shell) fitted better and was in fact nicely set up.

If he wants to make big overstuffed pies we’ll have to figure out the difficulties of pie dough together…

Jesalin, Goddess of Lust & Pleasure
Jesalin, Goddess of Lust & Pleasure
9 months ago

Are you even infinitesimally aware of the fact that I have, in fact, read books of those genres, only I have dared read books that you bohos who get sweaty over Chomsky would never dare to touch, but yet still jeer and complain about as though you do?

Dude seriously, you sound like a pretentious jackass BBEG with a thesaurus stuck up his arse, spewing empty words proclaiming his inherent superiority to the lowly adventurers that dare to oppose him.

Seriously, can we get a banhammer over here? Long-winded self-aggrandizing bullshit makes me nauseous.

Catalpa
Catalpa
9 months ago

Are you aware of the highly intricate and tightly reasoned work produced by Hans-Hermann Hoppe?

I’ve never heard of him before, but I can Google.

Hans-Hermann Hoppe (born September 2, 1949) is a German-born American economist of the Austrian School and paleolibertarian anarcho-capitalist philosopher.
[…]
Some of his remarks and ideas have provoked controversy among his libertarian peers and his colleagues at UNLV. His belief in rights of property owners to establish private covenant communities, from which homosexuals and political dissidents may be “physically removed”, has proven particularly divisive.

… Yeah, I think I know exactly what kind of person you are if you hold this chucklefuck in high regard.

I can’t be bothered to look up all the others, but I’m guessing they’re of a similar stripe.

skimmingway
skimmingway
9 months ago

@An Autistic Giraffe

No, not every person who happens to be conservative and is unashamed of that fact is a fascist. Conservatives cower in the corner like trapped animals as you people reek havoc and tear down our cities, but the moment a conservative stands up to your dismissals of their validity and declares themselves unashamed of their values and unafraid to defend them. come what may from the polished, talking heads and the morally and culturally-compromised scribblers in all the “right thinking” magazines? “FASCIST!!! DEMOCRACY DIES IN DARKNESS!!! IT WILL COME WITH A BIBLE, WRAPPED IN A FLAG!!! REDNECK YEOMEN AND INTROVERTED WHITE MALES WHO WATCH ANIME ARE THE BIGGEST THREAT, TOTALLY SUSPECT RITE NOW YOU GUISE!!!!!!!!!!”

Naglfar
Naglfar
9 months ago

@An Autistic Giraffe

we could use you to write messages on the moon

Like this? Probably not a good idea.

@skimmingway

Are you even infinitesimally aware of the fact that I have, in fact, read books of those genres, only I have dared read books that you bohos who get sweaty over Chomsky would never dare to touch, but yet still jeer and complain about as though you do?

How’s that “don’t pretend you know me” going? Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Are you aware of the highly intricate and tightly reasoned work produced by Hans-Hermann Hoppe? Have you ever put that arrogant snout of your betwixt anything penned by Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn? Beyond caricatures and half-baked pseudo-intellectual dismissals, have you grappled with Julius Evola? Oswald Spengler? Joseph de Maistre?

Ah, so you can regurgitate lists of names.

You have neither the brains nor the humility to engage with such titans, you would be only glance in their direction and yelp “Ahhnk! Fascist!” before retreating to whatever hovel you undoubtedly call “home.”

Eh, more that I lack the time to read ahistorical unscientific ramblings.

Pat Buchanan also cheered for Franco, and declared him an inspiration; a fascist, he is not.

He literally defended Hitler. There isn’t much more fascist you can get.

Conservatives cower in the corner like trapped animals

So you’re the victim now? I thought you were the brave warriors.

the moment a conservative stands up to your dismissals of their validity and declares themselves unashamed of their values and unafraid to defend them

Are you about to go off about “cancel culture”?

FASCIST!!! DEMOCRACY DIES IN DARKNESS!!! IT WILL COME WITH A BIBLE, WRAPPED IN A FLAG!!! REDNECK YEOMEN AND INTROVERTED WHITE MALES WHO WATCH ANIME ARE THE BIGGEST THREAT, TOTALLY SUSPECT RITE NOW YOU GUISE!!!!!!!!!!

Always funny watching the right imitate the left. It’s almost like you’ve repeated the same stereotyped mantras until you think the left actually talks that way. And people wonder why leftists infiltrate conservative groups all the time but the inverse never happens.

@Nequam

I’m wondering if this is one of the regulars seeing how hard they can yank everyone’s chains.

I doubt it, as the comments policy prohibits that and regulars would know.

@Catalpa

I can’t be bothered to look up all the others, but I’m guessing they’re of a similar stripe.

I recognized the name Evola, he is, can’t speak for the others.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
9 months ago

If he wants to make big overstuffed pies we’ll have to figure out the difficulties of pie dough together…

A hot water crust is the way to go for overstuffed pies and it is suuuuuuuper simple.

Dalillama
Dalillama
9 months ago

@Chicago Boy
I’m quite familiar with Austrian school nonsense, that’s precisely the pseudo-philosophical nonsense to which I had the honour to refer. The meaninless bumf that your own founder admitted wouldn’t stand up to empirical testing. As indeed it hasn’t, as everybody not blinkered by bigotry can clearly see. You’ve fully demonstrated your fascist credentials by cheering on not just Franco but Pinochet, along with the rest of your tomfoolery.

By the by, I’m not a fan of Chomsky. The fact that he’s the only leftist thinker you can name demonstrates the depths of your ignorance better than anything I could ever do or say. Cheers.

Moon Custafer
Moon Custafer
9 months ago

Welp, I think I’ve figured out why the librarians leashed him.

Katherine the Adequate
Katherine the Adequate
9 months ago

Reek havock? Peeeuw! Not a grammar nanny, but for a pretentious psuedo wordsmith, I’ll make an exception. The Ws are toward the end of the thesaurus, but they could use a looking-at, too

@Moon Custafer, Yep.

Dalillama
Dalillama
9 months ago

Oh shit, I didn’t even notice he had fucking Spengler on his list. Oswald “literally idolized Mussolini” Spengler was most absolutely a fascist. Frankly, nazi-boy should be banned just for that citation.

Katherine the Adequate
Katherine the Adequate
9 months ago

PoM, Hot water crust? Sounds interesting. I’ve only ever done mine with ice water. I use butter, too.

numerobis
numerobis
9 months ago

Shorter skimmingway: “Have you heard of Plato, Aristotle, Socrates?

Morons.”

But is it Heartiste, or someone who learned to write from Heartiste?

Naglfar
Naglfar
9 months ago

@numerobis
If this was Heartiste he’d be talking about looksmatches by now.

skimmingway
skimmingway
9 months ago

@Dallilama

The fact that Spengler “agreed” with Mussolini does not in itself mean that anything else Spengler had to say should be ignored. You cannot, through the simple power of association, dismiss an entire thinker’s oeuvre over one point which was only tangentially related to that person’s thought, if even that much. You’re not even bother to deal with the complexities and nuances of these thinkers’ works, you’re just dismissing them because they made one little no-no that the members of your oh-so-exclusive little club just can’t handle.

Moreover, the mere fact that Spengler *might* have agreed with Mussolini does not make me a Nazi; in fact, it doesn’t even make me a fascist, though one should note that, Spengler himself was no Nazi. Not all fascists are Nazi’s, you know. W. F. Buckley would have socked you in the goddamned jaw.