Thoughts (3)

I couldn’t say it better than Adam Carolla (youtube clip below), however I want to add some of my own points below:

  • Trump getting into the oval office is important for everyone in Western civilization, so that we can hit the PAUSE BUTTON.
  • We need time to stop and take a breather. There’s been so many changes over the past 8 years in both Canada and USA, where we need to take a step back and observe whether these changes have had a positive or negative impact on the greater whole.
  • Understand: The political direction of the USA directly impacts Canada in almost every way. Canada is a follower, not a leader (USA’s bitch to put it bluntly). 
  • We’ve become too gullible, and need to start observing everything around us more closely.
  • For example: Reconsider taking advice from those who have an inability of admitting that they’re wrong when faced with facts.
  • Question whether the extreme cultural shift (exiling tradition) in the west is a means to population control? What benefit does it serve to the greater powers?
  • Why is the media/ education system promoting an unlimited gender/ gay/ tranny/ interracial pairing culture in the west? Is it just embracement of all echelons of society or part of a bigger scheme?

Although I’m very skeptical of the direction we’re headed in, I want to close by saying that regadless of whether Trump wins the presidency you should focus on making yourself as anti-fragile as possible. I advise you to start with your money. I need to update the following post I’m about to share with you, however it’s a good beginners guide for Money. Click here: The Asshole Method: Money Management


Thoughts (2)

Donald Trump is a powerful and overall great man in my honest opinion. And although I endorse Trump and hope that he gets into the oval office, I have two questions for the die hard supporters:

#1: Do you truly believe that he will be able to do everything that he’s promised to do?

If you answered YES.

You’re putting way too much faith into this man. There is at most a 50/50 chance of him coming through on the majority of things that he wants to do. I’m a realist, and I can promise you that electing this man won’t magically change your life overnight.

#2: If he gets elected, and follows through on everything that he’s promised, how and when will this change your life?

That’s for you to answer…

Thoughts (1)

I’ve been observing the political landscape in Canada change rapidly over the course of the past couple of years. There has been some turbulence, and I was fortunate enough to escape to the east before Justin Down Syndrome Trudeau made things worse.

Now, I’ve noticed that “visible minorities,”women, trannies, and homosexuals voices have been amplified so fucking loud in Canada. And I mean that in the sense that everyone else’s opinions or ideas have been put on mute.

How have we been muted? Well Canada is so far gone right now, that any opposing idea/ opinion to the loudest voices will instantly land you a label such as racist, sexist, misogynist, white supremacist, Islamophobic, homophobic etc.

This is a tool that they’ve abused as a means to force feed us their vile and degenerate ideas. The media, politicians and universities have all hopped onto the bandwagon.

Not to mention that these people now have the power to have you ejected from school, or your job for challenging their narrative.

Every other day I sign onto Facebook and see kids posting these ethnomasochistic memes, I lose a little bit of faith in the future of western civilization.

I could be wrong, but I’m convinced that there is currently a big resentment and possibly a civil war going on against straight white men in the west.

If you identify as the above and or agree with me, I suggest that you get out while the climate is still safe. Know that you are outnumbered and these people currently have leverage over you. The price you will pay for civil disobedience (long term stays residing outside of Canada) is minuscule in contrast to how hostile things could very well become there in the near future.

Donald Trump and the missing note keys.



Last year, I posted an analysis on the book “The 48 Laws of power – Robert Greene”

I frequently use my favorite laws from this book to assert my dominance, and manipulate others as a means to consistently swing the pendulum in my direction. Unfortunately for you, I didn’t include “note keys” for those laws.

I won’t provide a note key for my favorite laws today, however there is some good news. In this post we’ll analyze how The Donald has utilized these laws to build momentum in a race for the White House.

Law 16: Use Absence to Increase Respect and Honor

Too much circulation makes the price go down: The more you are seen and heard from, the more common you appear. If you are already established in a group, temporary withdrawal from it will make you more talked about, even more admired. You must learn when to leave. Create value through scarcity.


New’s outlets have been swift to attack The Donald for not attending forums, and turning down debate invitations. Wise men know when to choose their battles, and he’s just that. The liberal media has done everything in their power to clown this man, and he’s consistently denied them of this.

The loony left is so frustrated by the rise of this man, that they’ve taken extreme measures which go against the grain of diplomacy and American legislation; proper legal recourse has been dismal. This raises many questions about the current state of diplomacy, legalities, and the future of western civilization.

Law 20: Do Not Commit to Anyone

It is the fool who always rushes to take sides. Do not commit to any side or cause but yourself. By maintaining your independence, you become the master of others – playing people against one another, making them pursue you.


The Donald initially refused to raise his hand when asked if he’d support the eventual GOP nominee, and what a wise move that was on his part. As a business man, he’s very familiar with the fact that every man is out for himself. The difference, is The Donald is honest about this.

The Donald recognizes that human instincts are very animalistic, and speaks to the blue collar worker who must fend for their survival on a daily basis. In a stagnant econonomy, social issues fall to the waist side. This is exactly what the blue collar community is instinctively communicating based on the GOP primaries over the past couple of months.

Law 21: Play a Sucker to Catch a Sucker – Seem Dumber than your Mark

No one likes feeling stupider than the next persons. The trick, is to make your victims feel smart – and not just smart, but smarter than you are. Once convinced of this, they will never suspect that you may have ulterior motives.


There’s a high demand for misogynistic, racist, privileged, rapist white men and the demand isn’t being met. I wonder why? The Donald is the lefts target, and he’s playing them elegantly.

The Donald is giving the left small sound bites that enrage disgusting feminists, homos, and overly sensitive “minorities” which they’re replaying on the media as a weak attempt to damage his character and reputation.

The reality is that they’re funding his campaign, and making him stronger. Mass majorities of people see these sound bites on Buzz Feed etc. and than go on to listen to his full speeches. The Donald is succeeding in converting many liberals/ democrats as the Super Delegate situation is killing Bernie’s chances.

Let the “powers that be” fight for us!


Fags & libertards

To find out who are the “powers that be,” you only have to figure out who you’re not allowed to criticize.

I think I’ve figured it out… Here’s my outlook.

Let those in the west who are in power fight the wars. The homosexuals, The rainbow genders, The women, The obese (“BODY POSITIVE”), and every race that isn’t white. Do not subject the white man who does not identify with any of those categories to fight for a culture that degrades him – a culture that he doesn’t recognize – a culture that his forefathers fought against to build this great nation.