Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

Month: November 2016 Page 1 of 3

Far-left protesters accuse Jews of being Fascists.


members of the anti-fascist Antifa group at a protest. Now where have I seen those colors on imagery before …?

Threats from hard left protesters with the potential to use violence and extreme intimidatory tactics have caused local Israeli gym owner Avi Yemini to cancel a planned meeting with the Melbourne Jewish community and One Nation senators Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts. The planned topic of the meeting was Islamic immigration and afterwards there was to be a question and answer session.

Yemini encountered a number of obstacles in his bid to organise what should have been a simple community meeting between elected politicians and Australian citizens. His first problem was the local Glen Eira council administrators who refused him permission to use council properties to hold his meeting after stalling him along the way with vague assertions of double bookings and venues suddenly being unavailable. But Yemini’s greatest obstacle was the local Jewish community leaders themselves who seem to have somewhat of a tendency to lean towards the political left.

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Take your White Ribbon pledge and shove it.

I flew up to Brisbane this week for a work meeting which went well. I caught a Virgin Australia flight up there and I was leafing through the in-flight magazine for want of anything better to do. Desperate to read anything of interest in its putrid pages I turned to the editorial. It was written by the CEO and MD John Borghetti and concerned the White Ribbon event which was held a few days ago. I hadn’t heard about it before but the editorial soon got my interest and not in a good way.

The White Ribbon event is the world’s largest movement of men working to end men’s violence against women, promote gender equality, healthy relationships, and a new vision of masculinity.

Got that? A new vision of masculinity. While I detest terms such as toxic masculinity, it is the far more insidious terms such as positive masculinity which really get up my goat. The term implies that masculinity in of itself is negative. And here we have ‘a new vision of masculinity’. Who has this vision and where did they get it from? Even more importantly, where do they wish for it to go?

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The reason why I have a problem with the more extreme elements of the MGTOW movement is because as Vox Day says it is an evolutionary and civilizational dead end. As he observes, women are always going to congregate and come to the assumption that they are ‘oppressed’ no matter what their actual circumstance. It is our duty to fight against the more extreme elements of feminism so as to save young women who would otherwise be indoctrinated.

This is not done out of great humanitarian love but rather as a more practical task seeing as it results in women who are much less objectionable than their feminist counterparts. And ultimately because in the end it is the desire of most men to start a family. It is all well and good to talk the big talk of going your own way early on but as the years go by and particularly if you meet a woman who gives you the stirrings of faint hope that she may be a worthwhile risk, then you may find that you want to change your tune.

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The murdering tyrant Castro is dead.

Castro has died at the age of 90 and quite frankly I’m surprised that his brutal regime even admitted it. Although perhaps their prime motivation to cough up the corpse was the news that the Cuban government is instituting a special homage tax.

Saturday morning, the organizing committee of the funeral will provide our people with detailed information on the organization of the posthumous Homage that will be taxed to the founder of the Cuban Revolution.

So it seems old Castro needs some moolah to bribe his way into heaven. Who knew?

Many people today do not understand how much of an asswipe this prick was. Sure it’s possible to trot out mountains of grim statistics that illustrate the pathetic levels of economic growth that the Cuban people have enjoyed for the past sixty odd years. And we can mention that measured as a percentage of the population Castro far outdid even monsters such as Stalin in persecuting, imprisoning, and executing his own people.

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The inherent laziness of the beta.

Yesterday afternoon I met my wife in the city for an after work drink and dinner. I made the mistake of telling her to pick the bar as I was coming into the city and she was already there. My wife likes to people watch, particularly if it is a crowd that we do not normally associate with. I found the bar and immediately swore under my breath. It was your bog standard after work pick up joint for office workers. It had a jungle theme which is really all you need to know, although I will say that the startling profusion of fake oversize stuffed animal heads emerging from the walls was somewhat of a distraction.

The good wife also likes rooftop bars and this one was about ten flights up on a rickety internal wooden staircase that screamed fire trap. Emerging into sunlight I stepped out onto the crowded wooden deck which was lined with plastic palm trees. The place was packed with lower tier office workers in suits and skirts. It was still very early in the evening so nobody was obviously off their face but the place was a meat market. It had the meat market vibe. The average age was probably around thirty five, the sort of age where desperation has caused peoples’ standards to drop to the single requirement that the other person uses deodorant.

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A Thanksgiving message for my American cousins.


I’ve never been to the USA but I’ve heard that it’s a swell spot. Many of my readers are from over that way. Over 70% in fact. So I think it fitting that I acknowledge your special day, particularly in view of the fact that it may prove somewhat painful this year what with recent political events.

I really like this painting by Rockwell. The person I feel the most empathy for is the older woman who has cooked the very fine meal. This is her big moment and her husband is sharing in her glory. You just know how much it means to her when she places the turkey on the table. It is a very large bird and must weigh quite a lot. But her husband does not reach out to help with the burden. It is her moment and he would not insult her in that way.

The other family members at the table are giving her the highest compliment possible – they are having a fine time. They are all engaged in the moment and with each other. Nobody is looking at a magazine, the equivalent in that era of a phone. And nobody is bringing up any topic that could run the risk of paralyzing the family harmony.Which would be a terrible insult to the family matriarch who has spent so much time and effort and above all love on this celebration.

The little girl at the top of the table is probably more of an adult than most Millennials you would find sitting around a table today, that is if you could get them away from their safe spaces. Notice also the absence of alcohol. A prudent decision when considering if having tongues loosened is at all desirable.

And of course we have the man in the bottom right corner with his cheeky glance at the viewer. You just know that he would be the first to break out cigars and begin telling funny anecdotes of that time that he got arrested for littering.

I hope that you all have a very fine Thanksgiving. This year for the first time in a long time I feel that we have much to be thankful for.

Science proves that only unintelligent people are activists.

Aaron Clarey’s book Curse of the High IQ which I reviewed here has now been proven by science:

While it’s widely accepted that socialising makes us happier, this might not be strictly true if you’re highly intelligent. Evolutionary psychologists from Singapore Management University and the London School of Economics and Political Science found exactly this when they studied more than 15,000 young adults.

They concluded that, while people generally feel happier when they spend time with others, very smart people are an exception to this rule.

Now I feel better about telling my wife to go away and leave me the hell alone.

This study will of course result in many people who are not intelligent but consider themselves to be so claiming that they are not social at all for this reason when in fact they spend all their time socializing. Par for the course.

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Podcast episode 27 – The red pill parenting episode.

The track where I talk about the importance of listening to commentators but not becoming a worshiper. You need to form your own collective of opinions by cherry picking what is on offer, not mindlessly following people.
I give red pill marriage as an example of this via Black Dragon and finish with a rant about how you can not cherry pick being red pill.

Links mentioned in the podcast:
Ace of Spades – Leadership makes a difference.
Black Dragon’s post on his disastrous marriage.

How to resist blue pill parenting.

Rollo has a post up about red pill fatherhood and the many ways that modern progressive society has stacked the deck against fathers bringing up their children in traditional gender roles.

‘The Village’ will raise your kids if you don’t. You will be resisted, you will be ridiculed, you will be accused of every thought-crime to the point of being dragged away to jail for imparting Red Pill awareness to them (in the future I expect it to be equated with child abuse). The Village will teach your boys from the most impressionable ages (5 years old) to loath their maleness, to feel shame for being less perfect than girls and to want to remake their gender-identity more like girls – to the point that transitioning their gender to girls’ will be the norm.

This is a hugely important topic and I await Rollo’s new book with anticipation as he is dedicating over a third of its content to red pill parenting. I do not have any children that I know of but one of the first things I told my now wife when we first started getting serious was that if we ever did have children there was no way on earth that I would be present in the delivery room. Her immediate reaction was to not take this too well. I distinctly remember her saying that we wouldn’t have kids in that case. My reply was that this was perfectly fine with me.

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Openly racist.

Identity politics is all about aligning yourself within a specific and identifiable group from which you garner your individual identity. In other words, if you identify as LGBTQZY or whatever they’re calling themselves these days then your identity is bound up with who you tend to fuck. Or in the case of transvestites, a mental illness.

Identity politics is thus a substitute for having an actual personality. It is also instant companionship for those who are unable to find friends because they lack said personality. They are also very easy to join. In the case of the gay group all you need to do is say that you’re attracted to the same sex. You don’t even have to physically sleep with them. You can join a disabled group by claiming that you’re suffering from PTSD. Simples.

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