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Discuss with family and friends - May People Oppose Government

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on July 23 2021 03:51 zulu

This is an excerpt from a rather voluminous entry I wrote on January 12, 2021; and these passages are CRITICAL for you, and your children, to understand, discuss, and remember when bureaucrats declare (declare, meaning to lie) that a citizen MAY NOT oppose or undermine Government.More...

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categories: government | individualism | personal | rights

Dear SJW veni, vidi, vomitavi

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on July 21 2021 10:17 zulu

Dear SJWs, each moment my eyes must suffer your ranting videos... vēnī, vīdī, vomitāvī

 

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categories: idleness | individualism | opinion | personal | rights

For all SJWs my pronouns

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on July 21 2021 10:06 zulu

For all SJWs, my pronouns are phucmeizelf/phucoorzelvz

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categories: leftist tech | individualism | opinion | rights

we are born the manifest property of bureaucrats

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on July 19 2021 00:43 zulu

Consider this...

Without consent or choice; then, now, and until death, we are born the manifest property of bureaucrats; whose ownership is enforced by threats of injury, incarceration, asset seizure, and fatality - bureaucrats whose only authority is the phrase 'Because We Said So!'

 

... because we said so...

- LNDL

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categories: government | idleness | individualism | personal | rights

The Military - Woke - Cultural Marxism II

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on July 07 2021 01:13 zulu

(ensuring this topic from The Military - Woke - Cultural Marxism I consists of short entries)

To be succinct, if you, reader, spend five-to-ten minutes each day scanning descriptions of "Fabian Socialism", the "boiling frog fable", Saul Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer", and however much your patience can tolerate summaries of "Cultural Marxism" - if you browse through these four topics…More...

The Military - Woke - Cultural Marxism III

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on July 06 2021 20:55 zulu

So why? You have » already seen « the "WHY" in articles about public school "woke" madness, cultural conditioning, and forced implementations of critical race theory!

Again, why has the MILITARY descended into "woke" insanity and critical race theory imbecility?

 

The answer is: the military applies the criterion "efficient strategy"; the military is not a mess of "woke" insanity and critical race theory imbecility.

The "woke" label is a deception of "minimization" to portray their actions as "ridiculous" and "insane", when their actions are actually treacherous steps in the critical path of one gradual, transformative campaign, steps that cannot be reasonably concealed from the public; and so, must be downplayed to the people as "absurdity" and innocent targets of paranoia. More...

A Judgement of Critical Race Theory (CRT)

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on July 06 2021 02:57 zulu

Keep in mind that I sincerely have not one "damn" - I am "damn" bankrupt - to give about anyone's need to control and intimidate; to any company's, any authority's, demand for conformance. I have just never lived my life in fear, or for others' approvals.

Life is a transient, transactional, one-use-only opportunity, and its conclusion should never be a moment of realization that the opportunity was wasted in deference to others' control.

 

So...More...

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categories: collectivism | individualism | opinion | personal

subordinate to the rights of vermin

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on June 18 2021 01:21 zulu

An excerpt from "a project" I am writing:

"... After all, the universal rights of self-preservation and preservation of others, notwithstanding fatality, are guaranteed to all living things from the moment of birth. If even the common rat and cockroach may invoke these natural rights without justification, approval, or judgement; then a free man, who is his own property, may as well. If not, the man is a tool possessed, neither free nor owner of himself. He lives subordinate to the rights of vermin..."

 

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categories: government | individualism | personal | rights | writing

Against GLOBALISM MULTI-CULTURALISM

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on June 11 2021 03:38 zulu

I abhor the concept of GLOBALISM, MULTI-CULTURALISM; yet not out of biases - no - rather - the ambitions of multi-culturalism would result in a homogeneity of human philosophy and innovation - how tragic and potentially species-ending would be those losses - since the variate, often diametric, perspectives of dissimilar cultures are the geneses of advancements that contrasting cultures would not have made, and contrariwise.

Even worse, such global homogeneity extinguishes all development of coexistent cultures, and prohibits the formation of new cultures; creating a collective intolerance of differences. That is to write, a universal acceptance of democide to preserve the uniculture for the global good.

Well Explains Why I am neither right nor left wing

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on April 27 2021 03:00 zulu

My 'Political Compass' results reveal quite well my disassociation with the LEFT and RIGHT wings (see image). 

For WHAT reason should the masses be SO OPPOSED to self-determination and personal responsibility?More...

No You Are Not a Hero and We are not In this together

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on April 08 2021 02:45 zulu

"WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER... WITH OUR HEREOS..."

No and no.

Again and again and again businesses must append contrived sentiments of 'heroism' to their products. How pathetic these companies promoting campaigns of consumer manipulation and retail auto-eroticism; wherein everyone from mask-wearing, self-righteous beldams to physicians' front-desk administrators are portrayed as intrepid heroes, sacrificing their mortality to selflessly move among the plague-ridden masses...

 

No. Although tragic, this is not The Plague.

Just another opportunity for narcissists to justify their authoritarian hypochondria.

Just another opportunity for harridans to assuage their empty lives by controlling the lives of others.More...

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categories: platitudes | collectivism | individualism | personal

Tantrum and revisionism are not awarded...

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on February 07 2021 03:48 zulu

The 'Newspeak' image below -  insanity - no, not a prop from the film '1984'; rather, the delusion of the Left, of Progressives - the continuance of their redistributive circle-jerk.

LIES are TRUTH, DIVERSITY is HOMOGENEITY, TOLERANCE is INTOLERANCE, and INCLUSION is SEGREGATION.

The Left has not yet understood: they intimidate no one, but amuse most. They cry louder yet hear only the echo of apathy... 

... but I will play the part of your audience.More...

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categories: 3rdWaveFeminist | individualism | opinion | personal

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt and Noelle de Lioncourt Part 2

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on August 26 2020 04:32 zulu

For Family Part 2: Photographs of Us (just right-click, then save as)

Once saved to your PC, please do not zoom into these photographs to see my flaws (...& they be many); Noelle, none.

 

Noelle de Lioncourt, 2018 May 29 (taken by Nicholas de Lioncourt)

Noelle de Lioncourt, 2018 May 29 (taken by Nicholas de Lioncourt).

 

Noelle's Grand-Mother (Rose-Marie Mendez), Noelle de Lioncourt, Cousin (Cheryl) and Aunt (Sharan)

Noelle's Grand-Mother, Noelle de Lioncourt, Cousin and Aunt (taken by L. Nicholas de Lioncourt)

 

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt 2016 November 14 taken by Noelle

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt, 2016 November 14 (taken by Noelle).

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L. Nicholas de Lioncourt and Noelle de Lioncourt Part 1

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on August 26 2020 03:59 zulu

For Family Part 1: Photographs of Us Taken June 29 2020 (just right-click, then save as)

Once saved to your PC, please do not zoom into these photographs to see my flaws (...& they be many).

 

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt & Noelle de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (apologies for the lack of focus - yes, reading glasses)

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt & Noelle de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (apologies for the lack of focus).

 

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (taken by self)

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (taken by self).

 

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt 2020 June 29 taken by Noelle

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (taken by Noelle).

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