The UR Syllabus of Shitlordery

Blowhard, Esq. writes:

Browsing my Facebook feed the past few days, I’ve been astonished at the amount of hysterical, sloppy thinking I’ve seen from many of my otherwise smart friends. How you can see a (likely gay) Muslim man shoot up a room full of gay people and come away thinking that Trump-supporting Christian Republicans are to blame, as the NY Times does, is beyond me. To paraphrase a friend, the ability to progressives to eat anything and always produce the same shit is incredible.

The mainstream media becomes much easier to understand when you realize it’s the Cathedral’s propaganda arm. This got me thinking about books and other things that gave us a different POV and helped break the hold of the conventional narrative. Which works turned us into the cranky shitlords that we are? List time, people!

orwell

An important disclaimer: some of these books contain crimethink, hatethink, and other nasty things. The kind of outré stuff that may require safe spaces and trigger warnings. None of us here at UR approve of every word or conclusion. We endorse no political party, school of philosophy, or any other club that would have us as a member. Besides, it’s not as if, taken as a whole, this list comprises a coherent ideology. (Consistency is for the dogmatic and doctrinaire — fuck that.) Read and accept or reject as thou wilt.

Alright, enough throat clearing. Take a look and let us know what your favorite redpills are in the comments.

Politics & History

redpillhistpol

Sex & Women

redpillsexwomen

Biology & Psychology

redpillbiopsych

Philosophy

redpillphil

Art & Culture

redpillarts

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About Blowhard, Esq.

Amateur, dilettante, wannabe.
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6 Responses to The UR Syllabus of Shitlordery

  1. Matt says:

    Excellent suggestions

    Liked by 1 person

  2. jjbees says:

    No mention of Max Stirner under philosophy? For shame.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Paul Zahl says:

    I think this is a brilliant list.

    Liked by 1 person

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