Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

Month: October 2018 Page 2 of 3

No podcast due to a death of the family.

I’m skipping the podcast this week due to the obvious circumstances. It’s not because I’m depressed or have nothing to talk about; the opposite is in fact true. But the recent events are too prominent in my thoughts and thus no podcast because I don’t want to talk about it any more.

I’ve written my two articles on the subject and as far as I’m concerned, that’s it. I’m not one to dwell, nor to seek sympathy, nor to wallow in self pity. And I am somewhat of a private man so what I’ve said is as far as it goes.

Once again, thanks for all the support in your comments, messages, and emails. They’re all very much appreciated. Regular posting will continue tomorrow.

Oh, one other thing – I hit my first million views yesterday.

I began the blog in October 2015 but I didn’t launch it properly until February 2016, so we’re looking at about 2 and a half years to reach the first million. I reckon that’s pretty good going and I’m very happy with it. So thank you for all of your continued patronage, comments, and support.

Feelings, nothing more than feelings.

The 1960s were infamous for the takeover of Western culture by a bunch of lazy hippies with a marked aversion to personal hygiene. That the gatekeepers of the day gave in to the bearded freaks’ vacuous exhortations of free love without consequences speaks more to their collective failure than to the hippies’ success. The idea was that if we just all learned to love one another, man, then peace and love would reign supreme and everything would be just groovy, man; can you dig it?

Unfortunately the far reaching consequences of such a cultural shift towards individual decadence and the hedonistic pursuit of feelings has not been great. With each decade the generational shift has echoed down the line with a steady descent down the rainbow stair of personal putrefaction. Until we reach our present nadir of the sexual revolution; a nadir which has gone just about as far as it possibly can. After all, if you’ve reached the kiddies then where else can you possibly go?

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The great danger of losing your frame overseas.

First of all I would like to express my thanks to everyone for their support. Every comment is gratefully accepted and appreciated. There are many aspects of this event that I am not going to go into here as it would not be appropriate. In other words, I will not be making any public judgements on my wife’s behavior or motivations. It takes two to tango.

But I am going to examine the circumstances that landed me in this situation as there are extremely important lessons to be learned for men everywhere. Ultimately that is what this website is about and it has been very gratifying to read from so many of you that I have helped you in some way. The blog started out as a vehicle to sell my books but it has become something else along the way.

The big lesson that we can collectively take away from my experience is the very real perils of overseas frame. This morning I received the following comment from BigusRigus on my shock announcement from yesterday:

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The ex-good wife.

Regular readers of this blog, (all 27.3 of you), will know that your humble host has been having some personal difficulties of late.

Yesterday these issues came to a head when I arrived home after a shitty session at the gym to discover that the wife had packed her stuff into the car as a prelude to leaving.

At least she had the grace to hang around to inform me of the decision.

Truth be told I’ve been expecting this for a couple of weeks now. It’s not much fun to drive home each day after work while wondering if your wife will still be there when you get home.

So why after 10 years together did she up and leave?

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Terror House magazine threatened by lady-man NPC.

The literary magazine Terror House only started operations a few months ago but under the direction of Matt Forney it’s been doing very well in its chosen vision of publishing quality fiction and non-fiction pieces based entirely on merit. Good luck finding that anywhere else on the internet these days. I spoke to Matt last night and they also have plans to produce a dead tree version which will be awesome.

But the beady eye of Sauron has turned towards them. The progs can’t have people publishing work that hasn’t been cleared with the great leftists censors of our time!! That would be heresy!

Seems like some left over flower child missing a man bun took objection to their quietly successful operation.

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Podcast #8 – The Literally Hitler episode.

In this episode of The Greasy Pole, The Great One and I discuss what it means to be literally Hitler and how one brave man has taken these accusations to the next level.

Plus more stuff that I’ve forgotten about but was really cool and funny at the time.

 

 

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The civil war that we might have to have.

Australia’s last economic recession was officially way back in 1991. I say officially because there is no doubt that there has been some massive fiddling of the books sense then on a number of occasions, not least when you consider this extraordinary quote from a rather extraordinary article at Foreign Policy magazine:

The world’s first immigration economy.

But Australia’s extraordinary economic statistics mask a more difficult economic reality. At the lowest point in the spring and summer of 2013, Australia’s quarterly growth rates fell to 1.7 percent. At the same time, Australia’s population was growing at an annualized rate of 1.8 percent. Measured in per capita terms, then, Australia’s economy actually shrank for two consecutive quarters.

In other words, Australian politicians have been manipulating the economic figures via mass immigration for the sole purpose of ensuring that they do not suffer at the alter of the opinion polls. They have been doing this for 29 years. But it’s even worse than that when you consider the cultural ramifications of this deliberate policy course, set in motion as a result of the political fall out from a press conference given in November 1990 by then treasurer Paul Keating who decided to face up to facts and reality by telling the simple truth.

His message?

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Nobody must suffer the awfulness of the feel bads.

What does conservatism stand for in Australia? It is a question that I ask myself more and more as we slide into an endless morass of adopting the modern obsessions of the left at the expense of our own conservative principles. Less than a year ago the conservative government legalised gay marriage. Now we have our new prime minister Scott Morrison throwing himself into the obscenity morass with his own efforts on this front.

Coalition launches bid to protect gay children.

The acknowledgement that a perversion such as gay children exists, let alone the transsexual abominations, is testimony to how low conservatism has sunk in Australia. It may as well not exist anymore. Which is exactly what the left desires. The left doesn’t even have to be in power to achieve its core goal of undermining the family as well as the key pillars that bind together our society, culture, and civilization. Forty years of manipulation have reached the point where the right will simply jump to do their bidding.

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A woman's greatest enemy is other women.

I have written about post-wall sex author and self-confessed drunk Nikki Gemmell before, as in the time where she attempted to make the claim that ‘beta blokes are better’. The crux of that piece of hers was that beta men are more well rounded and thus men who become betas will enjoy a wonderful life of pliant women loving up to them. Gemmell’s actual motive was to muddy the water for the younger generations due to the fact that she is a bitter and used up old crone who wouldn’t rate a sidewalk wolf whistle from an octogenarian D&D player.
In yesterday’s Weekend Australian, Gemmell attempts the same trick but this time her target is the girls – Underarm hair: bring it on, girls.

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A woman’s greatest enemy is other women.

I have written about post-wall sex author and self-confessed drunk Nikki Gemmell before, as in the time where she attempted to make the claim that ‘beta blokes are better’. The crux of that piece of hers was that beta men are more well rounded and thus men who become betas will enjoy a wonderful life of pliant women loving up to them. Gemmell’s actual motive was to muddy the water for the younger generations due to the fact that she is a bitter and used up old crone who wouldn’t rate a sidewalk wolf whistle from an octogenarian D&D player.

In yesterday’s Weekend Australian, Gemmell attempts the same trick but this time her target is the girls – Underarm hair: bring it on, girls.

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