Tuesday, 23 June 2015
This week, we will briefly address an example of how feminists tried to destroy a man's career just because he told the truth.
Nowadays, the truth seems to be repulsive. Saying it may cause one to lose its job, its good standing, and the support from its peers. Such is the sad state of modern affairs.
This blog is a huge proponent of truth – albeit not an advocate of the axiom “the whole truth and nothing but the truth” since sometimes it is more convenient to let some truths remain in obscurity (for national security and stability reasons); furthermore we and Political Correctness are foes.
Friday, 19 June 2015
By Stephen Cheney
Relaxed Alertness and its effect on Fear and Surprise Attacks:
In an unfair fight there is usually an Aggressor and a Victim. An unfair fight is any fight that you have not agreed to. A fight where you do not want to participate, but the fight is forced upon you. A fight with an Aggressor can occur no matter what you say or do to avoid it.
Tuesday, 16 June 2015
When a group is composed by only a few elements, there is a high possibility that this group is either a Special Forces (SF) Unit or the Brains behind a much larger operation.
The Khorasan is an organisation of such kind: it is made up by 50 veteran Al-Qaeda (AQ) elements, it is deemed mysterious and because it is not spoken of like other Jihadist groups, it is capable of moving around the world almost imperceptibly.
What is then the Khorasan: a SF Unit or the Brains?