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Monday morning Crush crunch

by | Feb 15, 2021 | Mondays | 1 comment

Well, I hope you boys managed to get through the Valentine’s Day Massacre yesterday with your wallets and sanity intact. Something about that stupid fake holiday just makes women go all gooey and stupid. Honestly, I’m with Becker on this one – Valentine’s Day is a dreadful conspiracy invented by an evil global cartel of flower and greeting-card companies designed to separate men from their hard-earned moolah through sappy pointless sentimentality. This is especially true given the rather ghastly origins of the holiday – St. Valentine was (apparently) beaten with stones and clubs and then beheaded. The only person who celebrated this “holiday” properly was definitely Al Capone.

With that little rant out of the way – let’s get to the serious stuff, and there is a lot to be serious about this week. As you know from last week, Gina Carano got her walking papers from the Devil Mouse because she had the temerity, the gall, the bare-faced F***ING CHEEK, to work in a kind-of-sort-of Holocaustian reference comparing what is happening in the culture today to what THE NASTIES did to THE JUICE back in the 1940s.

The right-leaning vlogosphere is absolutely enraged by this, and rightly so. Now, Ms Carano is one tough cookie. She’s going to be just fine. And she certainly seems to be bouncing back on her own. Unfortunately, she’s going about it in completely the wrong way – by signing on to Ben Shapiru’s production company to make a movie with the Judaeo-Christians that populate the place.

In fairness to Ms Carano, she almost certainly doesn’t know any better. Judaeo-Christians are very good at hiding their true colours and nature until it’s too late to do anything about it. But signing on with Shapiru is really dumb. All that the cuckservatives can do is keep the true Right on the reservation and try to prevent us howling-at-the-Moon shitlords from expressing what we really think of their Satanic Globohomo ideology.

They will fail, of course, because the true Right sees straight through them now. We know damned well that these people cannot be trusted. And Gina Carano may well discover that she signed a deal with the Devil – only this time, he isn’t wearing cute mouse ears.

But that’s all for another day. For now, let’s celebrate Ms Carano’s achievements during her time on The Mandalorian – a TV show that I hear is downright aggressive in its mediocrity and which I cannot be arsed to watch, but into which much of the STAR WARS fandom have placed their misbegotten hopes:

His Most Illustrious, Noble, August, Benevolent, and Legendary Celestial Majesty, the God-Emperor of Mankind, Donaldus Triumphus Magnus Astra, the First of His Name, the Lion of Midnight, may the Lord bless him and preserve him, has been acquitted by the US Senate:

So much for that ridiculous farce. Now it is time for the God-Emperor to BTFO his useless legal team. And it is well past time that Republican voters throw out the 7 Senators who voted for the latest round of impeachment.

Not, of course, that they will. The Republican Party is craven, weak, pathetic, and stupid. Their voters say that they are sick and tired of eating what the GOPe shits out, but they don’t seem to be much inclined to do anything about it.

#BasedTucker is based:

Sod off, Cucko Rubio. Go back to Cuba where you belong. You aren’t American. You betrayed the God-Emperor whenever he actually needed your help. And your entire set of policies is geared toward big corporations and globalist ideas.

The idea that FAUX News is somehow a bastion of free speech is absolutely ludicrous. The truth is that the only reason why voices like Tucker’s, Laura Ingraham’s, and Steve Hilton’s, are still permitted, is because they draw in actual viewers. Millions of them, in fact. The junior Murdochs who are running News Corp (into the ground, apparently, judging by the billions of dollars they’ve lost in the last 3 years) don’t like conservative points of view any more than Leftists do. They likely ARE Leftists themselves. Their dad, Rupert, wasn’t any sort of real conservative himself, but he IS a very canny and clever businessman. He recognised opportunities when he saw them, and he took serious advantage of them.

FAUX will happily go the same way as the rest of the never-to-be-sufficienlty-cursed whorenalists and presstitutes of the treasonous (((media))) Establishment. Tucker and his ilk are the last of the Old Guard. Once they are gone, that’s it – so is FAUX.

Mark Dice points out what we all should know already:

At the very least, the Big Tech titans are doing us all a favour by pointing out the absurdity of the lie of “Free Speech”. There is no such thing. There never was. The very idea was a creation of the Enlightenment, designed to attack the Church, Jesus Christ, and God the Father.

The solution is simple. We have anti-blasphemy laws on the books. All we need to do is enforce them – with impalement and crucifixion as the strongest possible punishment for unrepentant daemon-worshippers. That would solve this problem of deplatforming in a HUGE hurry.

Dave from Blue Collar Logic has some helpful ideas about how to end the so-called “sin” of racism:

And Jason looks at the way in which Cancel Culture hurts everyone:

Look, I like the Blue Collar boys. I really do. But they don’t quite seem to understand that we’re not dealing with honest or honourable people on the Left. We’re dealing with bullies and brawlers who refuse to acknowledge rules or limits.

We are in a war here. The Laws of War are absolutely clear about how you should treat those who refuse to play by those same laws. The simple version is: you DESTROY them, root and branch. The Laws of War are not pretty and they are not kind. But they do make sense. And as our buddy Razorfist points out down below, if people who hate you threaten to destroy you and take away everything you hold dear, then by God, it is PERFECTLY FINE to HATE THEM BACK.

Bill Whittle discusses the absolute state of the nation in Thee Current Year now that the Fake President and the San FranciscHo are large and in charge:

The Male Brain has sent over plenty of good stuff to keep you entertained this Monday. We start with a video from Laura Ingraham breaking down the TIME magazine story that pretty much straight-up admits that the Daemoncrats stole the election:

Here’s a video from Ryan George offering up a perspective on what it’s like to teach nosediggers their readin’, ‘ritin’, and ‘rithmetic:

This video from Prager U breaks down why power is getting so costly:

Dawn Pine summarises it quite succinctly:

So, not only is the environment getting cleaner, without “going green”, but we also pay more to get the same?Also, even Leftist swamp residents acknowledge that? What have we deteriorated to?

Comedian K-von reckons it’s going to be a LONG 4 years with the Fake President:

I disagree somewhat. We all know that the Fake President is just reading from a script. Within a year, two max, I figure it will be time for the San FranciscHo to take her shot as the latest corrupt Daemoncrat to usurp power.

The great Dr. Thomas Sowell looks at Black History Myths:

I’ve never understood the point of Black History Month. Blacks make up 14% of the US population, or thereabouts. They and the homos get a full month EACH out of the entire calendar to celebrate their unique and stunning and brave achievements. So what we’re all saying is that Whites are 11 times better than Blacks, and straights are 11 times better than the LGBTQWTFISTHISSHIT crowd?

Makes sense to me. I’m just surprised that I’m the only one who sees it that way.

JP Sears is back with another great video skewering liberaltards:

Wisecrack takes a wise crack at the self-help movement:

And here’s a video from The Dizzle talking about how Orwell’s review of Mein Kampf holds some eerie portents for our modren world:

Paul Ramsey gets a bit philosophical about the times that we live in:

PJW states the plain and simple truth about Gina Carano’s firing:

Lord Razor of the Fist Clan points out, correctly, that when someone who hates you wants to destroy everything you hold dear, it is completely fine and just to HATE. THEM. BACK.:

Tim Poole and his friends examine the causes behind the plummeting levels of testosterone in men in Western societies, starting with the soyboy Beta buttplugs known as the “Try Guys”:

Remember those four asshats? I wrote about them here. Don’t be like the Try Guys – i.e. don’t be weak, effeminate, mincing wussies. Eat meat. Lift heavy shit. Punch and kick things. Shoot guns. Blow stuff up. Take risks. Have fun.


The late, great, sadly atheist, physicist and legendary mathematician Prof. Richard Feynman had some quite cogent things to say about both fields:

The Apostate Prophet tells the harrowing and terrible story of his beloved aunt’s death at the hands of her RIF husband:

That, gentlemen and ESPECIALLY ladies, is why you need to stay away from Islam.

Dr. Frank Turek from Cross Examined is unimpressed by the supposed “controversies” surrounding the compilation and rescension of the Old Testament:

The critical thing to understand here is that the question of whether or not the Pentateuch was really completely written by Moses, is largely irrelevant to the ACTUAL question involved here. That question is simple, and comes down to: “is the Old Testament true?”

Examine the evidence carefully, and if you are honest with yourself, you will quickly realise that the only possible answer is:


Al-Fadi from CIRA International hosted Dr. Jay Smith to discuss the fascinating problems found in the Koran when it is subjected to proper textual criticism:

And speaking of Dr. Jay Smith, he’s back from visiting family and has another video up this week asking why Moose Limbs are so terrified of a balding, soft-spoken, gentle academic by the name of Dr. Dan Brubaker:

Dr. John Robson from the Climate Discussion Network checks whether the Canucki gubmint’s predictions of climapocalypse from 20 years ago were anywhere even close to accurate (spoiler alert: F**K NO):

And while we’re on the subject of utter baloney from “climate scientists”, let’s revisit that much-ballyhooed claim about how “97% of scientists agree” that man-made “climate change” is real:

China Uncensored reports on the latest round of poorly-made-in-China stories, involving – and I’m not making this up – EXPLODING MANHOLE COVERS:

You know how an oxymoron is a pair of words that contradict each other in combination? Y’know – “jumbo shrimp”, “military intelligence”, “happy marriage”, and so on.

What do you get when you put three words together that flatly contradict each other? A troxymoron? Whatever it is, that’s exactly what you get with the words, “Chinese Quality Control”.

It would be funny – hysterical, actually – if it weren’t so bloody dangerous. Let’s face it, chaps – you laughed yourself

And if it weren’t for the fact that China makes half the world’s cheap tacky shit and most of its expensive tacky shit, like mobile phones and computers.

If you want to read more about it, I recommend a book called Poorly Made in China by Paul Midler. It’s an excellent account by a guy with VAST experience dealing with Chinese, uh, “quality”, and who has spent a lot of time in the country.

America Uncovered does NOT have nice things to say about the ways in which the hedge fund industry abuses its power:

Jared Taylor from American Renaissance asks an extremely relevant question:

Terrence Popp takes on the sheer stupidity of so-called “White Privilege” – and there is so much involved that he needs to do it in two parts:

If you’re not absolutely binge-watching the Sharpe series on YouTube, you’re seriously missing out:

Check out the YouTube channel of Capitan Crusher. He has the whole lot of them, except for the very last two, uploaded in good quality. Yeah, the subtitles are in Spanish, but at least the actual videos themselves are complete and the sound is good.

Also – if prime-years Elizabeth Hurley offered herself up on a plate to you for some funtime beneath the covers, would you say no? I doubt I could.

This week’s pop culture news is all about Gina Carano, of course. Midnight’s Edge kicks things off with a relatively level-headed analysis of the latest major Cancel Culture victim:

Overlord Dicktor Van Doomcock is angry enough to contemplate releasing Harvey Cthulhu upon Clownipornia:

Gary from Nerdrotic is just as pissed, though in a different way:

The Drinker raises a glass in a drunken toast to a woman who fought on to the end of her time at the Devil Mouse:

Your “Science is F***ING WEIRD” moment of the week is from Dawn Pine and is about a fascinating new archaeological discovery that brings old music back to life:

When you think of classical music, you might imagine a tune from Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata,” or one of Mozart’s piano concertos.

These works are considered foundational to the European classical music tradition, but in truth, the fundamentals of music predate these masterpieces by thousands of years. Our modern fascination with music is embedded in cultural practices honed over millennia, but due to the paucity of written records, it is difficult to know what this music would have sounded like to our ancestors’ ears.

Now, thanks to new research, you can listen to some of this ancient music for the first time in almost 18,000 years.

WHAT’S NEW — In a study published Wednesday, in the journal Science Advances, researchers re-examine an 18,000-year-old conch shell, which has gathered dust for almost a century in the Natural History Museum of Toulouse, France.

The shell is an artifact of the prehistoric people who once lived in the cave of Marsoulas in southwest France, where the seashell was originally discovered in 1931. In the new study, the researchers reveal these ancient peoples had modified the conch so it could produce beautiful music.

Your long read of the week is also from Dawn Pine and is about the psychological motivations (read: mental problems) of people who embrace postmodernism:

People, from the Fall, have had the desire to step into the place of God. It’s true that we creatures exist in a universe created and designed by God. But, there is a way to work around the fact that God made the universe and the laws that the universe runs on, including logic, mathematics and natural laws. And that way is to deny logic, mathematics and natural laws. Postmodernists simply deny that there is any way to construct rational arguments and support the premises with evidence from the real world. That way, they imagine, they are free to escape a God-designed world, including a God-designed specification for how they ought to live. The postmoderns deny the reliable methods of knowing about the God-created reality because logic and evidence can be used to point to God’s existence, God’s character, and God’s actions in history.

And that’s why there is this effort to make reality “optional” and perspectival. Everyone can be their own God, and escape any accountability to the real God – the God who is easily discovered through the use of logic and evidence. I believe that this is also behind the rise of atheists, who feign allegiance to logic and science, but then express “skepticism” about the origin of the universe, the fine-tuning of the universe, objective morality, the minimal facts concerning the historical Jesus, and other undeniables.

Linkage is good for you:

And some more from Dawn Pine:

The Neo-Tsar has a very powerful message for Europe’s supposed “elites”:

I do not go quite so far as to agree with President Putin that Russia and Europe share one culture. They patently don’t. Russia’s culture is far stronger than Europe’s, because Russia still holds to the same European values that the rest of Europe forgot over a century ago.

But he is RIGHT in his general theme, that Russia and Europe should not be antagonistic toward each other. Russians would be happy to engage in commerce and friendship with Europeans. It is the degenerate Globohomo bullshit that they absolutely cannot tolerate, and rightly so.

History lessons of the week:

Your Great Man of the Week is Sir Walter Raleigh:

Now THIS, right here, is the HALO/DOOM mashup that we all want to see:

And let’s binge on some absolutely hysterical viral HALO clips of people doing some incredibly cool, awesome, and unbelievably stupid shit:

Also – some mad genius figured out how to create a really-for-real, fully working, fully automatic, MA5D ICWS Assault Rifle in real life:


Finally, here’s a Valentine’s Day HALO meme from LRaFotS, and fellow L33T-speaker, lynch:

What Chief doesn’t realise is that the box is full of plasma grenades…

Wazzocks gonna wazzock:

Kitchen Nightmares with the Angry Scot:

Comedy hour:

I recently had reason to get all suited (but not booted – #ZoomLife!), and quickly discovered that I’d completely forgotten how to tie a proper Windsor knot. Fortunately, I remembered the video that I originally watched to figure out the process, and went and saw it again. Here it is, by Christine Kobzeff:

That video has 3.2M views because of the boobage, of course. But the advice isn’t bad – except that the length of the narrow end of the tie must be MUCH shorter than what she advises.

The Windsor knot is a true power-knot. It shows off a big, bold, strong statement of purpose and fashion. But it uses a huge amount of tie fabric. So you really have to keep the narrow end very short when you start the tie process. And you have to tidy up the knot quite a bit.

But – if you know what you’re doing and you pull it off well, a good Windsor knot is a subtle but impressive visual cue in an interview. I’ve been on both sides of an interview table and I know what effect it has.

Pics, guns, girls, starting with some good stuff from The Male Brain:


“C’mon man, it’s, y’know, the thing, the PLANE!”

This next picture sums things up beautifully:

Damn but that’s a great meme.

That meme forgot to put in the ballot-box stuffers that stole the election and put the Fake President in power.

Good God… I knew that Chinese culture was NOT compatible with its Western counterpart when I went there nearly 20 YEARS AGO, but I didn’t think the ChinkComs were THAT batshit insane.

See, that’s the problem – y’all outsourced your tech support to India and now nobody knows the basics anymore!

Headlines of the week indicate that whatever they’re growing over in Colorado is some SERIOUSLY strong shit:

Your “Sensible Youngster” moment of the week:

Your “KUNG FLU IS LAAAACISSS!” moment of the week:

Your “Gone Ape” moment of the week:

I’ve listened to more than my share of Indian music in my time. Trust me when I say that silence is VASTLY preferable.

Your “Soylent Grin” moment of the week:

Your “GIMME MY DAMN WAFFLES!” moment of the week:

Oh, but wait – just when you thought it was safe, FLORIDUH MAN STRIKES!:

Your “Media InConsitency” moments of the week:

Hey, I’m not crapping on Brady. He really is the GOAT.

I don’t get it – would a ‘Murkin please mansplain in the comments?

THAT, I totally understand.

That one nearly made me spit my coffee all over my laptop.

Remember when we could watch TV without being violently offended every 5 seconds at everything? And comedy movies were actually, y’know, FUNNY? Those were good ol’ days.

ALSO the good ol’ days.

This next one is seriously dark:

… but hilarious.

Here’s yet another “Dear Japan, WTFH?!?!?” moment:

Oh yeah, that’s going to end REALLY well…

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Let the anti-bullpup hatefest begin!

Your Dog of the Week is the relatively unknown, but quite lovable, Moscow Water Dog (or Russian Newfoundland):

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Your aminules are adorkable moment of the week

And also your animals are absolute DICKS moment of the week, to balance things out:

You get two gym beasts this week – the Stoltman brothers:

Buakaw Beatdown of the Week:

In light of what you just saw, would someone please mind explaining THIS to me?!?:

Apparently it has something to do with a song that he did for Valentine’s Day… or some such.

Jesus loves knockouts:

I have to say, Alistair Overeem has gone a LONG way down from his heyday, when he was known as the Ubereem. That of course has a lot to do with, shall we say, significant amounts of good ol’ Vitamin S. But there was a time when he was truly pants-shittingly scary:

Here’s a video showing some love and gratitude to the people who get shat upon by far the most in combat sports – the refs:

No one in his right mind can doubt that Herb Dean is a GREAT referee.

Mario Yamasaki, on the other hand…:

Remember ol’ Tomic the Tank Engine? I’ve written about him before. Here’s a good summation of why his career has turned into such a spectacular, well, train-wreck:

The road to Hell is oft paved with good intentions, indeed.

Synthwave keeps things romantic after V-Day:


For this week’s metal choons, I could just post the entire album that holds this song, and that would be all that is necessary:

Herbie Langhans’ voice on top of some absolutely jackhammering riffs and melodies – it doesn’t really get much better than that outside of an IRON MAIDEN song. That whole album is absolutely incredible. BUY THAT SHIT RIGHT NOW.

Right, chaps, here’s what you’ve been waiting for – your starting Instathot for the week. Her name is Marta Mielczarska, age 27 (as of last Thursday, in fact), from Gliwice, Poland. She is an international “fitness model” and trainer, whatever all of that means. As far as I can tell, like most Instathots, she’s famous mostly for being famous. However, she does appear to have a robust sense of humour to go with her looks – despite her evidently rather severe case of RBF. Evidently she lives somewhere in the USA now with her boyfriend/partner/whatever and a rather large dog.

All right, gentlemen, off to work with you. Millions of illegal aliens depend on you for their welfare cheques, and millions more are waiting at the borders to swarm in, thanks to the Fake President and his idiocies. How’s all of that lovely freedumb working out for y’all?

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1 Comment


    Valentine’s Day for men is like the SATs. You start the day with a perfect score and can only LOSE points depending on how you perform. I also like Adam Carolla’s likening it to a roadside sobriety test where it’s only possible to pass or screw up.

    Faux News is best summed up by this comment from AoSHQ. What’s sad is that even despite this, my (very late and overall anti-Boomer) Boomer dad can’t quit it.

    “Fox News is a curious case. Their product is shit. It has always been shit. Even in context of the rest of our execrable cable news media, it’s of noticeably lower quality.

    Their people are so low-grade, that I’m surprised they can finish complete sentences between Crossfit sessions and appointments with the hair stylist. It’s like the cable news version of Balls’ Models from Zoolander.

    But they’ve been #1 for quite awhile, on the strength of precisely one strategy: being the only right-of-center news outlet in the United States.

    Rupert Murdoch rightly perceived that he could serve up the very thinnest of gruel – a thoughtless, cheap, trashy product – and make a gazillion dollars by serving a yuuuuge and utterly ignored mass-market.

    And they are knifing that golden goose right in the neck. It’s bewildering.”

    Someone should do a study about how the children of successful people seemingly have to destroy the success of their forebears in order to not feel small. I forget where I read it, but supposedly it’s always the third-generation heir that runs the business into the ground.


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