Category: 6.3-Methodology

  • 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 […]

  • 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.

  • Using Propertarian Reasoning (Methodology)

    Sep 05, 2016 8:40am *** PROPERTARIAN REASONING: SPECTRA *** THREE POINTS MAKE A TESTABLE LINE THREE POINTS MAKE A TESTABLE TRIANGLE. THREE BEHAVIORS CREATE A TESTABLE ANALYSIS PROPERTARIAN REASONING: i) TAKE A CONCEPT, iii) “FIND THREE POINTS”. iii) Then FIND LIMITS. iv) Then FILL IN BETWEEN THEM. 1) The Unknown Known is as Problematic as the Unknown Unknown. – Known […]

  • Very Short Introduction to the Epistemology of Testimonialism

    [B]RIEF DISCUSSION OF THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF TESTIMONIALISM 1) All non-tautological statements are incomplete, and as such no non-trivial premises are complete. Therefore all statements consist of nothing more than theoretical promises contingent upon their survival of criticism. 2) We can systematically criticize each dimension of every statement for identity, internal consistency, existential possibility, external correspondence, morality, full accounting, limits and […]