5 months ago in Quotes
Ideology is a specious way of relating to the world. It offers human beings the illusion of an identity, of dignity, and of morality while making it easier for them to part with them.
"The Power of the Powerless" (1978)
 5 months ago in Quotes
Gender ideology is Queer Theory in action; the goal is to stop things making sense & to stop you from even caring if things make sense. This is a juvenile theology that appeals to those who wish that wishing made it so.
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We will beat the machine. We will win.

That primal clarity lives within us still, and you can only sedate a giant for so long.

The primal giant will rise, will crush the machine and the CIA black sites, will crack open Gitmo and devour Hollywood, will defecate on the Pentagon and wipe its ass with Langley, and will howl at the moon and banish the narrative matrix to wherever deleted files go.

And we will be free. And we will be vast. And we will look at each other with unpolluted eyes for the very first time.

And we will go out into the world, the real world, the original world, walking with our original feet and looking with our original eyes.

Our seeds now great forests.

Tortured no more.
 5 months ago in Quotes
To will oneself free is also to will others free.
 5 months ago in Quotes
You deserve a lover who takes away the lies and brings you hope, coffee, and poetry.
 6 months ago in Quotes
Languages have great reserves of life. They can absorb masses of hysteria, illiteracy and cheapness [..] But there comes a breaking point. Use a language to conceive, organize, and justify Belsen; use it to make out specifications for gas ovens; use it to dehumanize man during twelve years of calculated bestiality. Something will happen to it. [..] Something will happen to the words. Something of the lies and sadism will settle in the marrow of the language. Imperceptibly at first, like the poisons of radiation sifting silently into the bone. But the cancer will begin, and the deep-set destruction. The language will no longer grow and freshen. It will no longer perform, quite as well as it used to, its two principal functions: the conveyance of humane order which we call law, and the communication of the quick of the human spirit which we call grace.
"Language and Silence"
 6 months ago in Quotes
Sexual assault and domestic violence are difficult things to talk about. Talk about them anyway.
 6 months ago in Quotes
All violence consists of some people forcing others, under threat of suffering or death, to do what they do not want to do.
 6 months ago in Quotes
You are not the darkness you endured. You are the light that refused to surrender.
 6 months ago in Quotes
What I propose, therefore, is very simple: it is nothing more than to think what we are doing.
"The Human Condition"
 6 months ago in Quotes
If everyone is thinking alike, then no one is thinking.
 6 months ago in Quotes
I photograph to find out what something will look like photographed.
 6 months ago in Quotes
If you are a writer for a specific nation or a specific race, then fuck you.
 6 months ago in Quotes
There are some whose hearts are so large that they can be entered without knocking. There are some whose hearts are so frail that they can be broken with a finger.
 6 months ago in Quotes
If we winter this one out, we can summer anywhere.
 6 months ago in Quotes
Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time.
 6 months ago in Quotes
Loyalty is rare. If you find it, keep it.
 6 months ago in Quotes
The strength of Woke ideology is its lack of scripture. Much like during the French Revolution, orthodoxy is in flux, tending toward increasing radicalization. There is a constant tension where the adherents know their membership is purely contingent on the mob's consensus.
 6 months ago in Quotes
I'd rather be rude than a fucking liar.
 6 months ago in Quotes
The eighteenth-century polymath Thomas Young was the last person to have read all the books published in his lifetime. That means that he would've read all the Shakespeare and all the Greek and Roman classics and all the theology and all the philosophy and all the science. But the same man today, a man who had read all the books published today, would've had to've read all Dan Brown's novels, two volumes of Chris Moyles' autobiography, The World According to Clarkson by Jeremy Clarkson, The World according to Clarkson II by Jeremy Clarkson, The World according to Clarkson III by Jeremy Clarkson... his mind would be awash with bad metaphors and unsustainable, reactionary opinion; one long anecdote about the time that Comedy Dave put a pound coin in the urinal. In short, the man who had read everything published today would be more stupid than a man who had read nothing. That's not a good state of affairs.