Monday, May 26, 2014

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Racial Hypersensitivty

When in High School, after the civil rights legislation was promulgated, coaches and history teachers all resorted to a stock speech along the lines of "I don't care if you are white, black, yellow, red, green purple (always purple), it's not your color it's the content of your character."

And in so doing, "color" was always highlighted.  Rules reveal our weaknesses, and to keep stressing that something does not matter is to reiterate it matters very much.

Color does matter very much, to the State.  The State wants to know your race, because states must exercise divide and conquer, and by keeping tabs on condition of any race is to maintain the proper divisions for the desired outcome.

The desired outcome is grounded in the teachings of Malthus and Darwin.  Malthus taught population will outstrip supply, leading to starvation, and Darwin taught that minorities were inevitably heading to extermination (Darwin's word).  So give the problem, and the inevitable solution, the ubermensch can help the process along to its natural conclusion.

Now Hitler and others rather wrecked the plain narrative, so a cover story is now in place, "climate change."  Same goals, new cover.  Two things you cannot get out of school in USA without, and that is being grounded in Malthusianism and Darwinism.  Get that down or no GED.

Two landmark events in USA are Brown v Board of Education and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  In both education and civil rights, the conditions of most people of some African heritage has greatly deteriorated in USA.  Leftists bristle at this, but one need only go down the carefully enumerated statistics and see it is true.  Mission proceeding as planned.

There is above the line and below the line.  No judging a man for wanting to be above the line, if he can, but there is an alternative: no line.

I diasgree with this fellow:

I understand her completely.  The penny dropped during the lecture.  Her responsibility is to die, in a system designed for her to fail:

If we truly do not want race to matter, then stop counting it, measuring it.  And stop making self-actualization unlikely for some "colors."

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Monday, May 19, 2014

Offense V Defense

One can see plainly enough that offense needs room and defense prefers constriction.  Think of the castle, where resources are concentrated for defense.  In boxing the attacker left jab jab right punch while circling the defender.  The defender is "keeping his hands up" to protect his head.  An attacker will circle around while a defender will back up against a wall.

In judo the easiest place to defend from is on the ground, on your back.

Aikido as a martial art continues to confound:  it is in defending where the room is needed and where an attack, an atemi, that all is constricted, but for the briefest moment.  While the attacker is preparing, we are moving into position.  Although almost all aikido practice starts from a static position, almost all self-defense should be from a dynamic position.

Aikido uses the opponents power, usually to either unwind the force and redirect, or merely redirect.  This takes room, more room usually than the attacker is using.

As to atemi, in response to an attack,  it is usually one focussed strike within an overall movement.

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Saturday, May 17, 2014

It Ain't The Hand You Are Dealt...

It's how you play the cards.  And there is no judging a man on how he plays his cards.  But when the politician, the corporate titan, the general or anyone else who drinks the Kool-aid expects others to believe their schtick, then they are being insulting.  Sure, be a paid fireman instead of the proper volunteer fireman, take the money and run.  No judging that. But don't pretend you are doing us a favor, and expect adulation.  That's going too far.

Ultimately such self-delusion, believing your own PR, leads to your own disgrace.

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Sunday, May 4, 2014

Technique 22 and Udeosae

Jim Graves out of LA is showing some aikido as a martial art.  You rarely see this taught... the whole video is good but check out the technique to which I refer out 7:05...

Good on him.

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