Where I’m At and Where I’m Going

Axioms, the assumed, unproveable (yet obvious and satisfying) basis of my thought:

1. Reality, the totality of what was, is and will become, is not subject to change through wishful thinking. However, future reality is subject to limited change through human actions. Human actions must first be conceived by human minds, then executed in reality. Thus, theory and philosophy are necessary, but not sufficient to achieve any portion of the future of humanity I want to see.

2. The future I want to see has many points in common with what has recently been called the Dark Enlightenment (DE) or NeoReaction (NR), but of course every man has an individual vision of the future. A major portion of my motivation for starting this blog and writing about specific actions that will produce the future I desire is a deep held aesthetic disgust at certain aspects of our current society, in the the United States, the West and the rest of the world. I’m sure I don’t need to provide examples…but I will, from time to time. Disgust is one of the most powerful motivators to human action.

3. I bring certain skills and experiences that might prove useful in executing DE/NR principles and forming a phyle, society, nation, state or city-state that I and others would like to live in. Over 20 years of experience in politics, campaigns, persuasion and propaganda, and navigating in the bureaucracy provides a certain practical orientation on Power, how to get it and use it to impact reality.

“Keep moving forward.”

8 thoughts on “Where I’m At and Where I’m Going

    • Hello, Nick and Neo. Gin is a drink of the proletariat? I did not know, but it makes sense. I recall something about the Black Irish, the Westies, and gin. As for me, well, I *love* vodka martinis with dry vermouth. Nothing signals low class than a fondness for sweet liquor!

      I went to a cigar bar recently, but not to smoke cigars. (I am trad. Women should not smoke in public, or at all. I do not.) I hoped to find something exceptional, but was told that only “dark spirits” were quality, e.g. single malt scotch. My martini was served with good grace, but it was suggested that other establishments would be better at catering to my preferences.

      So, be aware! We are the Dark Enlightenment, but our spirits are suffused with light.

      P.S. I miss Foseti. I want to work with him, enforcing regulatory compliance upon financiers and banks throughout our great nation.


  1. I discovered neoreaction about six to nine months ago. I’m glad to find another website devoted to exploring neoreactionism, thus will be checking back regularly.


  2. Actually true story about gin. For like 20 years I always thought I hated gin. Hate hate hated it. Because, principally, whenever I had gin it was in the form of a martini. And I tried and tried to like martinis because… well James Bond… but I just hated martinis. Then at an Orthosphere meeting I decided to order Hendricks on rocks. And i liked it… I really really liked it. Turns out I liked gin just fine (especially Hendricks) and cannot stand dry vermouth. Wife got me a small batch craft gin for b-day awhile back and luved luved luved it… and it makes sense since I’m totally a prole and gin is a totally prole drink. Nowadays striving prole but still prole. True story.


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