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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

My Endorsement of "Immersed in Subversion"

Before reading Vox Day's SJWs Always Lie, prime yourself with Aurini's latest great documentary:

I watched this video this evening.  It is the perfect documentary for people, still ignorant, who are not "switched on" to the cultural war that marxist social justice warriors have been waging against the remnants of the Western mind.  It goes hand-in-hand with SJWs Always Lie, and it provides the detailed insight necessary for understanding how the Leftist machine works in our broken culture.

Immersed in Subversion begins with a close look at a videogame reviewer named Anita Sarkeesian.  She is a blatant feminist who has a clear bias against the entire videogame industry, grasping for female victimhood in whatever instance she can claim, so long as it promotes her brand.  Though, originally, her videos were uninspiring and ignorable, her banner-carrying act has earned her prestige among the devil worshipers of the Left, who have positioned her as a moderator on Twitter.
There's no such thing as sexism against men.  That's because sexism is prejudice + power.  Men are the dominant gender with power in society.  -Anita Sarkeesian, from Twitter
From there, the documentary takes a step back and begins to examine the censorship and double standard being placed upon the various other aspects of videogame culture.  A broad swath of interviews takes place, from critics, to designers, to outright porn stars.  The fact of the matter is: a great variety of people from all walks of life are now beginning to notice the nasty, slippery methods of those on the Left.  And that is saying something.  

Now, for all of you intellectual and Churchian folks out there who never sampled a George Carlin comedy skit: Davis Aurini is a Catholic man of the Alt-Right.  He's not a bookish contributor of E. Michael Jones' Culture Wars magazine.  He is not of the same brand as Remnant readers, those folks fighting the ongoing Traditionalist vs Neo-Catholic battle within the Church.  Nor is he some sort of a Bernie Sanders voting distributist.

Davis Aurini is a man living in the world.  As such, he's having to deal with the world.  Aurini is on the front lines when it comes to regular men who are struggling with the suffocating liberalism that chokes the will of your average man on the ground.  His conversations are often focused through the lens of the manosphere's Red Pill vs Blue Pill battle.  And yet, Aurini is theologically, philosophically, and erudite enough in his discourse to merit a favorable reaction from Charles Coulombe.  

In the battle for the West, there are many connections between various factions, most of which the majority is unaware.  But I assure you, if you require further insight into how cultural sabotage works in this country, Immersed in Subversion should be standard viewing for your development.  You will not be disappointed.

Watch the video, and I promise you'll enjoy it.  And after you're done, you can show your continued appreciation for Davis Aurini by contributing to his Patreon.

Find Aurini at www.staresattheworld.com



  1. Love the cigarette.

  2. Laramie, permit me to assure you of at least one thing. I am a Distributist myself, but no way in Hell am I going to vote for Sanders.

    He admits to being a "democratic socialist". Which means he is an enemy of Distributism, as well as being pro-abortion. So no way he'll get my support...ever!

    1. No problem, Roy! I've seen enough of your posts to know that he's not your cup of tea.

      I have, however, seen pro-Sanders--and even pro-Clinton--talk in various Distributist circles. It's weird when I find this pro-Democrat talk, and it's one of the main reasons I really haven't looked into Distributism at all. I'm left with the impression that it's a region of pro-Democrat types who embrace socialism.