Adam Piggott

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Friday hawt chicks & links – The no leaders edition.

It’s that time again that you all know and anticipate, the one and only Friday hawt chicks & links thread. This week’s thread is proudly presented by romantic love stories on your 50th wedding anniversary.

Let’s get rolling, boys!

The big news of this week are the French protests or yellow vests as they are affectionately known.  The lying globohomo media is continuing the claim that the protests are about fuel prices, but as always this is a big fat porky pie. The protests are a massive groundswell of protest against the fact that the French are at risk of losing their country.

Look at all of the footage of the protests and what do you see, or rather what don’t you see?

Vibrants, my friends. You don’t see any vibrants. Apparently France is crawling with them but they’re sure keeping their heads down right now, aren’t they. I wonder why …

As always I’ll fall back on my standard line – the Europeans have over a thousand years of demonstrable history of both getting rid of rulers they don’t like and getting rid of foreign populations that they don’t like, and they’re rather effective at doing both of these.

Also, the protesters are following the golden rule of modern uprisings which is don’t have any clear leaders. The globohomos love leaders as they can either be discredited and destroyed or bribed and subverted. No leaders means that these standard tactics are off the table which leaves them with what exactly?

You know who else doesn’t have any clear leaders? The prog left, that’s who. Just saying.

Anyway, it’s all going down with the yellow vests on Saturday. And some environmentalists who are protesting in support of the gas taxes are going as well. That’s going to be some fun I reckon. The green slime have always enjoyed near immunity from peeps who hate their guts but there’s going to be too much action tomorrow for the gendarmes to give a shit about them. Watch this space.

Okay, enough chit chatting. It’s time for some serious linkage.


Apparently your finger length ratio tells you how likely a girl is to cheat on you.

Finger length ratio is a well-tread topic at the Chateau. There has been debate whether masculinized or feminine women are more likely to cheat (proponents of the former reasoning that women with high T are hornier and thus cheat risks), but this study says more feminine women are the cheat risks, which validates a classic Chateau pearl necklace of wisdom:

Options = Instability


The new work rules now means that the only available option is to avoid all women.

Before a woman can file a discrimination complaint against a man, however, first she has to learn his name. She can’t accuse you of harassment or discrimination is she doesn’t know who you are. So the goal for men now is to be invisible at work — drift into the office silently, like a ghost, hurry to your cubicle, never speak to anyone more than is absolutely necessary, then sneak out when the day is over.

I envisage a return of male only spaces. The womens demanded that we let them into our clubs, so they got in and now any time a man even glances in one of these harpy’s direction it’s all #Metoo!ARCGHGHGHGHGHGHGHG! So it’s back to the male safe spaces. That could be a good name for a male club – the safe space. Maybe we could franchise it. Get waitresses dressed in bunny rabbit costumes. Maybe start a nudy mag with “serious articles.” Smoke a pipe. Killer.


Didact examines the curious case of a liberal who is thinking of fleeing the warm and fetid embrace of his fellow SJW slime.

Half my blog has been my thoughts about the far-left and how it has hijacked and seized control over the Left itself. I, like many other liberals, have been fighting against this cancer for years, but I’ve seen in real time how many liberals are abandoning ship because they saw it as a hopeless situation.

It seemed to start with Anita Sarkeesian, who actually preached to people regularly that literally everything is racist, everything is sexist, everything is homophobic, and these things must be fought. Anita actually went to the United Nations and urged them to censor everyone on the internet who says even slightly mean things to women on the internet.

Then, Emma Watson joined, then all of the media and Hollywood joined, and now the Democratic Party itself is getting on board. Just the other day, Hillary Clinton, who is already hated by everyone except the far-left, told the Democratic base that they cannot be civil anymore.

Liberals, libertarians, atheists, they’re all the same to me.


Quote of the week goes to G.K.Chesterton.

‘Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. Tradition is the democracy of the dead. Tradition refuses to submit to the small and arrogant oligarchy of those who merely happen to be walking about.’


The Yanks aren’t making many cars these days.

GM’s announcement the other day that it will no longer make cars – or rather, just a few – follows Ford’s previous announcement along the same lines.

Chevy will lose more than half of its currently available passenger car models, including the full-size Impala sedan, the mid-size Cruze and the compact Sonic. Plus the functionally viable Volt electric car, which gets the noose for probably just that reason (separate rant; see here for more about that).

Ford has already shed its entire Mercury division and GM its Oldsmobile, Pontiac and Saturn divisions.

Didn’t these clowns all get bailed out by the American taxpayer 10 years ago? Time to give back the dosh.


Generation woke.



Stefan in the middle.


Sunday lifting thread – Good sessions and bad sessions.


  1. earl

    ‘Didn’t these clowns all get bailed out by the American taxpayer 10 years ago? Time to give back the dosh.’

    It appears they wanted the money for free and not the production to justify it.

    A lot of these bubbles are of the same concept.

  2. Allen

    No, be an asshole at work. No one wants to be mentored, or even talked to, by a misanthrope. Works like a charm. The downside is you have to be damn good at what you do because you get negative points in the plays well with others category.

    Mrs. Brown sure has a lovely daughter.

  3. The Sage

    > Liberals, libertarians, atheists, they’re all the same to me.

    As someone who let his UK Libertarian Party membership lapse when they cucked on the NHS, I miss the good old days, when saying “libertarian” was heard as “well to the right of Margaret ‘no such thing as Society’ Thatcher”.

  4. Someone

    When watching the protest on the evening news about France, I did note it seemed to be pretty much white people or white males protesting. I wish white Americans would riot like that over some of the stuff we put up with here (minus the private property destruction).

    If the ghetto blacks here riot in America, it’s always great of course.

  5. The Cob

    Oh ok, atheists are like liberals to you? You are sounding more like vox every day. I read a post by him that suggested seriously that atheists have a mental disease. Is this what you think as well?

    Me and many others have disagreed with him in the past and instead of discussing or explaining a point he gets into personal attacks and then blocks people.

    Looking forward to your reply

    • didact117

      I read a post by him that suggested seriously that atheists have a mental disease. Is this what you think as well?

      I can’t speak for Adam, but that is not what Vox Day actually wrote.

      What he actually wrote was that atheism is a mild form of autism.

      And he is right.

      I used to be an atheist. It was Vox Day’s book, The Irrational Atheist, that went a long way toward convincing me that I was spectacularly wrong.

      Me and many others have disagreed with him in the past and instead of discussing or explaining a point he gets into personal attacks and then blocks people.

      Very likely because you attacked him, rather than his arguments, without actually bothering to read anything that he has written on the given subject.

      Vox tolerates fools worse than anyone else that I’ve ever encountered, including myself. If you come at him on subjects that he has been writing about for years, he WILL call you an anklebiter or a midwit, and then he WILL block you. That’s how he rolls.

      Better by far to simply read a few of his books, process his arguments, and THEN figure out whether or not he’s full of it. You will quickly realise that he is not.

  6. The Cob

    Actually fuck it, and one more thing, you keep attacking people like SM and JP. Apparently you’ve read JPs book – i haven’t so fair play on that, but I’ve seen lots of his talks/lectures and i don’t think he is what u make him out to be. Not everyone is perfect mate, not even you. And now SM is in your crosshairs! Ffs, what is your problem? Out of all the fucktards u could be drawing a light on, you choose these guys. They may be wrong in some areas, they may also be right in lots of other areas. It’s friendly fire cob. I don’t know if your mates with vox but he is not who you should be following.

    • Adam

      I don’t follow anyone, mate.

    • WhiteAustralianMale

      JP tells white males not to band together. He tells them to “clean their rooms” before doing *anything*

      House is on fire? Clean your room bucko

      Look, I love seeing him destroy feminists. But JP is a LEFTIST. He says it numerous times.

      He’s not the savoir you’re looking for

      • The Cob

        I’m not looking for a saviour Aussie lad in a MSM artist like JP or anyone else. I have my criticisms of JP. His bitch response to Adams criticism for example made me think twice about his intellectual fortitude.

        If i had to have a bet, I’d say the smartest fuckers here reading Adam are NOT religious. I don’t give a shit if u are, but if Adam is gonna call shit on us, I’ll call back.

        We’re in a culture war. Attackin allies is stupid. Fuck vox. He’s an ignoramus of the right. A bigot if you will. Plant logic and reason in front of him and he won’t care. He has a narrative, he’s just on the right. In other words, narrative driven. Not REASON AND LOGIC driven.

    • didact117

      1. Don’t walk into someone else’s house and tell him what to do and how to live.
      2. Don’t bother watching JP’s videos. They are full of waffling and nonsense. Read what he writes. You will quickly realise that he’s full of crap. Vox Day breaks that down very well in his latest book.
      3. Don’t attack Vox Day unless you’ve actually bothered to read what he writes. The man has ben in the public eye for nearly 20 years and everything that he believes and espouses is right there on his blog, going back to 2004.

      You don’t have to agree with Vox Day, or Adam, or me. Most of what we write and believe in is controversial and upsetting to a lot of people. That is because we try, however badly, to seek Truth. And Truth is, by its very nature, highly offensive.

    • Adam

      I’ve heard that there are now protests planed in Holland as well.

      • purge187

        The more the merrier.

      • The Cob

        The 60’s uprising lost us EVERYTHING. We lost not just universities, but we lost the ability of common sense to dictate policy. Now, multiculturalism is a virtue. This theory undermines EVERYTHING that a democracy stands for.

        The new religion is virtue signalling. We’ve already lost.

  7. Phil

    Cob, U mad bro

  8. Leaders is partly what killed the TEA Party movement in the US. Started out as a grassroots movement, next thing you know all sorts of people are claiming to be the leader of the movement, at which point people started dropping out because they didn’t really like the “leaders”.

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