“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

The hard road out of Gammatude

The hard road out of Gammatude

I make fun of Mark Cuckerberg constantly, because he is the literal epitome of the low-value Gamma sperg-nerd who managed to get very lucky with a product and an idea, and has since managed to strike it very rich. (Faceborg is a terrible product from a terrible...
What to do when you don’t know what to do

What to do when you don’t know what to do

it has been quite a while since I last wrote up a decent post for The Agoge, and that is an oversight that needs to be corrected. As I stated when I created that particular section of my site, Didactic Mind is not about complaining or observing – it is about...
Solving the Manosphere’s grifter problem

Solving the Manosphere’s grifter problem

Right before we finally killed off 2021 (thank God for that), I wrote up a post about an odd character that nobody around here had ever heard of, named Jack Murphy. The reason why he made headlines and got attention was because the self-professed...
Do not be a hypocrite

Do not be a hypocrite

A number of controversies have erupted within the loose conglomeration of writers and content creators within “The Manosphere” over the past few months, and they have become severe enough that they warrant further attention and analysis. I realise that I...
How to be resilient

How to be resilient

It’s been a while since I did a decent write-up for The Agoge, and I figure that we’re long overdue for a post in that section. In particular, I want to come back to a subject that I’ve addressed before – the importance and nature of...
The Sigma bro

The Sigma bro

As you can see from the near-complete lack of activity, it has been a very, very busy week for me. But that has not quite stopped me from checking out amusingly stupid things on TEH YOOTOOBZ from time to time. And few things are more stupid, or more amusing, than a...
Lessons of War, Pt. 2: The Beast in the East

Lessons of War, Pt. 2: The Beast in the East

In my previous post on this subject, I talked about how and why a war between the USA and China, sparked by the Chinese invasion of Taiwan, would end in disaster for the US and destroy its hegemony. My basic thesis is that the USA will lose because its military...
Lessons of War, Pt. 1: Red Storm Rising

Lessons of War, Pt. 1: Red Storm Rising

Given the sabre-rattling going on in the South and especially East China Sea right now, it is worth asking whether the American military and its regional allies can do anything whatsoever to win a war against the world’s largest navy and second largest air...
The wisdom of an elder statesman

The wisdom of an elder statesman

Anyone who has ever visited Singapore knows that it is a truly amazing place – which, by rights, shouldn’t exist. It is an island basically without resources which is essentially just “a pimple on the arse-end of Malaysia”, as my high school...
%d bloggers like this: