Category: P06-Mastery

  • Start Negotiation From ‘We Prefer War’.

    START THE NEGOTIATION FROM THE STANDPOINT OF PREFERRING WARFARE Always make sure the opposition understands the choices that you prefer are those that are very undesirable to them. Never enter a negotiation with a presumption of achieving a rational compromise. Instead set the terms of your negotiation at the limits of your preference. Our current preference is to end democracy, […]

  • You Dont Have The Right To Spread Ignorance

    YOU DON’T HAVE THE RIGHT TO SPREAD IGNORANCE ( Nick Heywood and Curt Doolittle ) Why do you have the right to ignorance? Well, there is a difference between enjoying the luxury of ignorance at other’s expense, and distributing ignorance by your words and deeds. And there is a difference between general knowledge that allows us to escape our ignorance, […]

  • Which Argument Are You Making?

    Some arguments ask if statements are ‘possible’ or ‘impossible’. Some arguments ask if statements are ‘good’ or ‘bad’. Some arguments ask if statements are true or false. Some arguments ask if statements are gains or losses. Some arguments ask if statements are exchanges or transfers Some arguments ask if statements are investments or frauds Some arguments ask if statements are […]

  • Love Doesn’t Require Debate

    We are supposed to love women and care for them. We are not supposed to debate with them over true or false. Only whether a want is possible for the two of us, or impossible for the two of us. Our education, commerce, and politics places too much emphasis on true or false or good or bad, and too little […]

  • All Speech Is Negotiation

    –“Most conclusions are really excuses to stop thinking; and most arguments (especially without ontological integrity) are a defenses for excuses rather than warranties of conclusions.”—Bill Joslin BINGO. All speech is negotiation. Truth is not natural to man .This is why science has been such an expensive and time consuming project that has taken us 2500 years: we fight it at […]

  • In The End, It’s Pretty Simple

    MORITZ BIERLING NAILS IT: —“It’s rather simple really. Once you see costs beyond prices, and returns beyond profit, what we previously thought to be simply parasitic extraction is revealed as payment for participation in the market created by the aristocracy and maintained by the militia. It’s all about the accounting.”— Moritz Bierling

  • How To Prosecute Rather Than Convince

    HOW TO PROSECUTE RATHER THAN CONVINCE We have moral cause (genocide). We have moral authority (a century of lies). We have sufficient violence. We have opportunity (loss of any credibility in the honesty of our opponents.) So, we have means, motive and opportunity. PROSECUTION 1) Prosecute people to demonstrate that they are liars and thieves. 2) Ask why they will […]

  • Definitions of Techniques of Deception

    DEFINITIONS: LOADING, FRAMING, OVERLOADING. Loading = Moral Loading (a form of biasing a suggestion, causing the person to be more heavily influenced by intuition – social effects.) Framing = a form of informational cherrypicking where one eliminates some information and overloads with other information, in order to bias the conclusions of others. Overloading = Cognitive Overloading ( The use of […]

  • We Just Prosecute

    HOW DO WE CONVINCE THE LEFT? WE DON’T. We do not seek to convince. We seek to prosecute. If you fail to convince you walk away. if you fail to prosecute you die. if you succeed in prosecution, you punish. If punishment fails, you kill.

  • Why Don’t We Have Some Form Of Communism?

    The problem is quite simple. It’s just unpleasant. But the universe is not kind. It has no mercy. And science tells us uncomfortable truths. if you cannot find a means of survival in the market, and others can do so but at lower prices, humanity does not need you. If humanity does not need you then your only choice is […]

  • The Three Characters of Honest Debate

    Each of these characters represents one of the three axes of coercion.  Put yourself in the center of a triangle with each of them at a corner, and try to achieve a consensus.  This is the easiest way to understand the problem of political cooperation.  Coercion isn’t possible, only exchange. GHENGIS KHAN — THOMAS JEFFERSON — MOTHER THERESA —————————————————————————————— VIOLENCE………..EXCHANGE…………SUBSIDY […]

  • The Climate Change Question is a Deception to Distract from the Real Problem: Populations and Energy.

    —“Curt: What are your views on anthropogenic climate change?”— The question is not whether the climate is changing (it always does), and not whether we are contributing to it (it seems like we might be), but whether our contributions are meaningful (causing a marginal difference), or whether they are merely noise amidst the normal solar cycles (hard to tell), and […]

  • You Want Me To Say Something Both Offensive And True?

    You want me to say something offensive? Ok. How’s this: what’s a greater crime? The holocaust (the forcible deportation to of a gypsies, jews, and other non-conformists) or the inventions of the infantilizing lies of the Abrahamic religions and Cosmopolitan pseudoscience? (Boaz, Marx, Freud, Cantor, Mises, Adorno+Co, Rothbard/Rand, Straussian Neo-Conservatism, Feminism, Postmodernism, and “Political Correctness”?) What has caused more harm […]

  • Precision in Argument vs Transfer of Meaning

    Most of what I encounter is people trying to talk about precise things dependent upon reason and deduction, while relying on imprecise language from which reason and deduction are largely impossible. One cannot make deductive arguments from the common speech – which is full of error and ignorance. There is a very good reason that each discipline uses specific terminoligy […]

  • Why Are We Not Better Off Killing, Dispossessing Or Enslaving You?

    WHY ARE WE NOT BETTER OFF KILLING, DISPOSSESSING OR ENSLAVING YOU? The fact that I don’t kill you, enslave you, or dispossess you, and instead cooperate with you for mutual benefit, does not include the presumption that I will sacrifice for you. If I must sacrifice for you then I am better of killing, enslaving, or dispossessing you. You presume […]

  • Translating Nietzsche Into Propertarian Language

    “Nietzche: Man is a tortured being trapped between god and beast” Doolittle: Man is a purely rational actor having to constantly choose between the short personal gratification at the expense of others and long term gratification through cooperation with others. With the optimum solution for both short and long term is to achieve personal perfection without causing retaliation by others […]

  • The Criminality of Rothbardian Ethics

    Moreover, the this is why libertarians were wrong in privatization. The difference between a commons and private goods, is that owners can consume private goods, and others cannot, whereas no-one can consume commons whether one was a contributor or not. Instead the market (locality) itself benefits from the *externalities* produced by the construction of the commons. So private property prohibits […]

  • The Fallacy of Libertarian ‘Principles’.

    ( recorded here ) This is such a great question. And I can answer it from several or all points of view. First: any argument to principle is not argument to causality and can be generally interpreted as an attempt at deceit by the use of half truths in order to cause the individual to rely on intuition and therefore […]

  • Time To Teach Elites They Are Nothing Without Their People

    (by Eli Harman ) Elites are naturally less racist, less ethnocentric, more cosmopolitan, than the lower classes. Elites can interact with *other* elites as peers. They don’t have to squabble over pieces of pie because they can make pie. But the lower classes are justifiably racist, nationalistic, xenophobic, because they are in direct competition over resources they don’t create, infrastructure, […]

  • The Origins of the Left’s Effeminate R-Selection Bias

    I think what is abhorrent to leftists is that business and productivity are innately competitive and consist of attempting to outwit other tribes of males for market territory. This is antithetical to the r-selection instincts of females and their effeminate offspring and the sexually inverted ((( tribes ))). In their world they cannot compete and seek consensus and non-conflict and […]

  • Forms Of Argument in Retrospect

    Forms of argument evolve just like mathematics did: adding layers of precision Myth (narrative analogy) Religion (Internally consistent myth) Reason ( possibility ) Rationalism. ( justificationism ) Analytic rationalism. ( Consistency ) Existential criticism ( Operationalism) You see. In hindsight it’s obvious. It wasn’t though 😉

  • Defeating Cultural Marxism

    HOW TO DEFEAT CULTURAL MARXISTS USING THE WESTERN DEVELOPMENT OF LAW (very important ideas inside) 1-Find a Lie 2-Ask if it is really true. 3-Then just work through the whole argument until they run away. 4-Use their vanity to spam their channel or feed. AN ARGUMENT OVER WESTERN INVENTION OF LAW (number responds to the number of the tweet in […]

  • How To Prosecute a Progressive

    HOW TO PROSECUTE A PROGRESSIVE (LEFTIST) In the western tradition, as a high trust people, we search for, and start from the assumption that the other party errs. These assumptions were originally necessary for military and juridical debate between peers specializing in violence, but evolved to traditional, then institutional, and now normative assumptions on how one should proceed in argument […]

  • Using Propertarian Reasoning (Methodology)


  • Response To Tom Woods Speech To Libertarians

    I love you Tom, but we have two over invested generations alive today grasping at the straws of the hippie generation promise of libertarian communes. But Liberty and sovereignty have only been constructed and only can be constructed by the organised use of violence to prohibit the alternatives. Wishful thinking will die with the generation of over invested wishful thinkers […]