The Final Part of The Five Lenses: A Hindu Rebuttal Against Ex-Muslims of North America and their Ex-Muslim Cohorts.
The Federal Reserve is using US Taxpayer monies to bailout Bank of America so its rich investors can sell their stocks and taxpayers foot the bill. Thanks Libertarian and Ayn Rand-loving Americans. So much for Free Market Economics.
To have faith in Pakistan is the moral and intellectual equivalent of having faith in the terrorist organization of ISIS creating a successful country. To identify as Pakistani is the moral and intellectual equivalent of self-identifying as a citizen of ISIS.
My third essay is dedicated to examining Ex-MNA from the lens of Secularism. This is the Third of the Five Lenses.
Note: My second essay is dedicated to examining Ex-MNA from my own personal experience. This is the Second of the Five Lenses.
Note: My first essay is dedicated to examining Ex-MNA's views from the standpoint of being an atheist. This is the First of the Five Lenses.
A lot has happened since my last update; an ongoing presidential election in the US with surprising upsets, the Delhi riots in India, my own discussions with Ex-Muslims of North America members on Twitter over their selective outrage, and so much more. I didn't want to make an angry retort as a blog post, so … Continue reading Update on my views regarding Ex-Muslims of North America (Ex-MNA)
My experiences this year have taught me that I'm getting too old and I need to sell simpler books for non-fiction because long books definitely don't work out for readers. My book ended-up being too bloated and any sharing I did online didn't work out. Sometimes, I wonder why I bother and end-up in a … Continue reading Goodbye to 2019
Honestly, this year felt mostly like a disappointment; I struggle to even try with anything anymore and not fall into apathy. It's just so hard to care. My 4-year project ended-up being a total failure compared to my expectations for it so... that's that. My life's trajectory has also been pretty passable at best. Overall, … Continue reading The Short Reading List of 2019
Happy Death Day 1 and 2U Spoilers. So, on the off-chance that there is a Happy Death Day 3 film, I figured that I should give my own working theory on the plot of what I suspect was always intended to be a trilogy. With the release of 2U and its introduction to parallel worlds, … Continue reading Happy Death Day 3 Theory: Tree will be irreversibly murdered by a Babyface Carter
I felt this film was honestly just average. A lot of the latter-half felt like a rehash of Return of the Jedi, Kylo Ren's character felt like it went in a circle of nowhere, and Rey finally got character development by the movie retconning her past. I honestly felt Kylo Ren's entire character arc was … Continue reading Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Spoiler-Free Review
I decided to get to get rid of the images and videos on the home page because I've received multiple complaints that people can't read my content without it cutting into their ram and sometimes making their internet crash when using mobile phones. Also, the full version of Faith in Doubt should be available at … Continue reading Short Status Update on the Website and my last book
Jehovah's Witnesses higher-ups continue to use the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to successfully protect Child Predators in their ranks in US Courts
This is honestly just my own additions to a theory video I watched to make it stronger: Note: There's been claims that the Re:Zero short story of Emilia's perspective debunks this, but that event happens between Arc 2 and 3 and not Arc 1 according to the Re:Zero wiki. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3r2d7ZCtrc What if it is possible … Continue reading Re:Zero Fan Theory regarding Satella and Subaru’s connection (Major Spoilers)
This 13-episode anime series had one good plot twist in episode 4 and then just fell flat with everything else. The main issue is that it feels very disjointed. The story spends the entire early portion building up the conflict between the priestess and Kal-El's past, but swerves to focus upon the End of the … Continue reading Toaru Hikuushi e no Koiuta / The Pilot’s Love Song Anime Review
Even if I try to pay attention, it is just an endless ocean of melodrama submerging me in either feeling detached from all the negative news or just never having any real conversations on serious issues of importance. Whether Climate Change, Islam, Gun Control, or whatnot.
Oh dear, it seems he went around other forums asking his friends to defend his incompetence:
I've heard far too much about sympathy and reform to hold back my contempt at how fairy tales considered more important than the welfare of innocent children. I spend over 2 hours examining some of the Catholic Church's egregious offenses and give my opinions on the institution.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HruV04C5iF8 This is the blog post that launched the livestream debate between Harris and I. In case anyone wants the sources as I couldn't comment on the Livestream chat at the time, I think its because I didn't have a log-in but I can't be sure. Here are the Sources: Southern Poverty Law Center's Info … Continue reading My Wonderful Livestream debate with Harris Sultan
My fan theories on Future One Piece Chapters including Sabo's death, Luffy's Mom, and the Ancient Kingdom's name from the Void Century
Comparing Ex-Muslim Anti-Theist Armin Navabi's explanation for the political situation of Kashmir with the Hindu Sham Sharma's explanation. #AtheistRepublic vs #ShamSharmaShow
This fairly short book has struck me with how John Stuart Mill absurdly contradicts himself every step of the way. Perhaps that sounds harsh, but I honestly expected more than what the contents provided given how lauded this philosophy is and how celebrated John Stuart Mill is in history. This work was suppose to be … Continue reading Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill
Timeline of Abuse for Early 2000-2010s Discoveries Timeline of Abuse of 2018 Discoveries We Saw Nuns Kill Children: The Ghosts of St. Joseph’s Catholic Orphanage 'No more pain' victim wrote of Pa. priest sex abuse, as he and others took their own lives and ‘It happened everywhere’: The unimaginable scale of sexual abuse in Pennsylvania’s Catholic Church. … Continue reading A Short List of Catholic Church’s History of the Rape and Torture of Children
I’ll start with more lax critiques before going into major ones regarding history: Are contemporary Christian conversions working in India? It seems to be decreasing everywhere except China and South Africa, but perhaps all isn't what it seems? Christianity’s only claim to power is in privileged resources; do people not recognize how self-refuting that is? … Continue reading What is Christianity’s Legacy in India?
The tone-deaf photo-op at a Berlin Holocaust Memorial is one among many problems with the strategy and ideals of most Ex-Muslim Atheist personalities and Intellectual in the West.
I've written about how Faith in Doubt was a 4-year project and about why you shouldn't be daunted by the page count, so I'd like to go into more details for people who might still be on the fence despite such assurances and explain briefly what each section has to offer so I wanted to … Continue reading Why Should You Consider Reading Faith in Doubt: Do You Question Your Faith?
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Note: This is Part 2 of 2 of my critique of people who I use to have more respect for. While many are accepting of my identity of Hindu Atheist/Hindu Anti-theist, there are those in the Western Atheist community who are not and there’s even worse problems on following through with their supposed beliefs and … Continue reading Have Prominent Ex-Muslims of the West been consistent with open dialogue and challenging their views?
Note: This is Part 1 of 2 of my critique of people who I use to feel membership into the community of. While many are accepting of my identity of Hindu Atheist/Hindu Anti-theist, there are those in the Western Atheist community who are not and there's even worse problems on following through with their supposed beliefs and aims.
The public demand has spoken.
Note: I've added Faith in Doubt to MatchBook Pricing, so if you buy the physical copy then you should be able to purchase the Kindle edition at the discounted price of $2.99. Update: After getting the proof copy in the mail, I decided that the gray cover design was an idiotic decision on my part … Continue reading Physical Edition of Faith in Doubt is finally up and available; time to discuss differences between the Physical and Kindle editions
This past week, BBC released a pro-Al Qaeda video in support of the terrorist group including protests with flags from other terrorist groups like ISIS.
I'm not quite sure how it happened, but after just 1 book sale according to the statistics, Amazon has placed Faith in Doubt as the #1 seller for New Releases on Agnosticism for the moment. This might be due to how Amazon's sales rankings sometimes take 48 hours to update old information, but I saw … Continue reading Faith in Doubt is now #1 on new releases for Agnosticism on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WCMLDRY For some reason, the physical version is still "in review" and it could take 3 days for Amazon to make a decision. But, since the Kindle version is now live, I don't think I have to worry about the contents being an issue. If anyone has a Kindle, it's now available! If you … Continue reading The Kindle Version of my book, Faith in Doubt, Is Live!
Finally completed my 4-year project! Yay~
For those who have been waiting patiently for me to finish writing my book, I'm sure it has crossed your mind that I could be lying or I could be too nice to Islam due to my arguments distinguishing Anti-Muslim bigotry from criticism of Islam. Moreover, some of you might think there's not much I … Continue reading Islamophobia Doesn’t Exist and Neither Does Islamic Culture
As you'll recall, I foolishly anticipated that I'd probably be done by last month. That didn't happen. I had hoped for my next update to be the good news of sending my book for self-publishing and delayed writing this in the hopes of doing just that, but . . . I can't and I feel … Continue reading Progress Note: Death in the Family, Burnout, and Striving Onward
"Fire is hot, water cold, refreshingly cool is the breeze of morning; By whom came this variety? They were born of their own nature. This also has been said by Brhaspati: There is no heaven, no final liberation, nor any soul in another world, Nor do the actions of the four castes, orders, or priesthoods … Continue reading Distancing Myself from Supporting Western Ex-Muslims
Donald Trump is Dooming the US and Conceding Everything to Islamism, both domestically and especially through groveling to Foreign Influence
The IDW Claims To Be About Free Speech, But their Subreddit Admins Ban Discussion About Islamic Violence Against Muslim Women and Non-Muslim Men.
Note: This will obviously contain Massive Spoilers for One Piece. Onto the Theory: So, I was daydreaming like usual when living in solitude with no prospects of a good future so far, thinking over the death and funeral of my grandfather who died ten days ago, and thinking over various existential crises that bother me … Continue reading One Piece Theory: What if Monkey D. Garp is Imu-Sama?
The Modern Left Isn't Just Eating Itself; It is Becoming a Monolithic Tragicomedy
I just happened upon this interesting Youtuber when doing some further research regarding the Aryan Invasion theory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSVZB3zJ35I I decided to look up his "scientific sources" because I want to be wrong. Only to find to my surprise that this man's sources contradict his claims in his video. Source 2: Is only about migration within the … Continue reading Survive The Jive: A Youtuber Filled With Lies
I feel this is an important issue to highlight, because Western Academia seems poised to just ignore painful truths of history, even if it means genocide denial for the sake of treating all religions as equal. After learning more about the issues within Islam, I had to re-evaluate what I thought was true from US … Continue reading Intellectual Cowardice: Western Indology is Promoting Genocide Denial Of India’s Past
Note: Two chapters left, but it seems I wasn't able to make it by the deadline of today, but I am so very close.
Twitter Is Now Banning Accounts of Female Saudi Asylum Seekers At Risk Of Being Murdered On top of that, this puts these women at serious risk since Saudi Arabia is now labeling them as just as dangerous as terrorists and using advanced military tracking of their IMEI numbers to hunt them down and kill them … Continue reading Twitter’s Latest Shameful Actions: Helping Despotic Governments Kill Asylum Seekers
Here is the message I wrote as a complaint against the ban: I shared a post to show evidence that Hitler stated the Nazi movement was Christian. He did say that in the speech that the picture mentioned. That is a factual historic statement. I was neither endorsing Nazism or Hitler when showing that. Instead, … Continue reading Blocked From Facebook For Criticizing Nazism
I found that my word count for Part II was 325,718 and combined with Part I which was on a separate file, it became 404,444 words. It amounted to 881 pages in word. For comparison, my first and terrible attempt at an ebook is around 18,000 words and takes up 203 pages double-spaced on Amazon's ebook page count.
"Injustice and filth cast they at the lonesome one: but, my brother, if thou wouldst be a star, thou must shine for them none the less on that account! And be on thy guard against the good and just! They would fain crucify those who devise their own virtue—they hate the lonesome ones. Be on … Continue reading Ex-Muslim Atheist Activists Being Targeted With Arbitrary Suspensions, Bans, and Shadowbans on Twitter
Today is evidently the Buddha's birthday as recognized by several Buddhist schools of thought and Buddhist traditions. I thought I'd add this post as a celebration. The art is by Sherman Nepali and can be found here. For a quick rundown, on the celebration of the Buddha's birthday, click here. More information can be found here. … Continue reading Happy Buddha Purnima / Vesak
When Christopher Hitchens died, it seems the entire world dropped double-digit IQ points.
I recently happened upon this disinformation article by IndiaToday claiming to be factual. It is full of misdirection, omissions, and lies and I want to prove it to you all. Sharia law courts must NEVER be allowed in India. Do not allow this horrible, disgusting system infect India because of "religious tolerance" -- it is … Continue reading “Shariat” Courts Must NEVER Be Allowed In India
Massacres By Rohingya Muslim Militias Are Being Ignored To Prop-up a Marxist Good Versus Evil Narrative
Note: This Review Will Contain Major Spoilers. Dear Fellow Thanos Worshippers, I am saddened to tell you all of the passing of the greatest man who ever existed; sinless and uncorrupted by the selfishness and narcissism of the carnal world. He who did what must be done to save our precious universe with nothing but … Continue reading Avengers: Endgame Was A Horrific Atrocity
Please consider signing this protest. The reasons are quoted below: It has come to my attention that Sony has confirmed that it has a content censorship guideline that disproportionately impacts the Japanese game industry. Evidently, Sony has seen fit to ignore the fact that ESRB ratings exist in the US to help parents distinguish which … Continue reading Free Speech Petition Against Sony’s PS4 Censorship Policies
Rape, torture, slavery, and genocide. They’re the most likely to support human violence as per their holy books.
Fully completed revising and citing all of Part I, finished revising and citing the sections on Original Sin and Judaism, and currently in the process of revising and citing the section about Christianity for Part II. I spent too much time on revising the section on Islam for the third time, but admittedly I did … Continue reading Progress Note: Writing A Book Is A Second Job
Patriarchy, rape culture, and violence against women. It's long past the point where we should acknowledge religious teachings are culpable. The plethora of abuses should at least give people pause by now. The most recent case of Ex-Muslims being hunted down to be killed by their father and brother for the crime of changing their … Continue reading Rape Culture Comes From Religion; Stop Defending It
His story from his own words: Twitter Link: https://twitter.com/ExMuslimTV/status/1112728971353960448 Youtube Link of the same video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPazJUasZT8 Sudanese Ex-Muslim Humanist fled to Egypt from his family who wanted to kill him, his family followed him there and UNHCR Egypt refuses to do anything to help him get Asylum. He was apprehended by the Muslim Brotherhood and … Continue reading #SaveHamo / #Save_Hamo Sudanese Ex-Muslim facing death via Egyptian Sharia Law By His Own Family
I am cutting out time from the internet to focus strictly upon writing my book and hopefully finishing it by this month. I want it done, but every time I learn something new, I feel compelled to incorporate it. It doesn't help that I am always deeply involved in political topics due to my focus … Continue reading Update: Currently working on my book for the next few weeks
Note: Ignore the hate, this film is a solid entry into the MCU. This review is Spoiler-Free.
Red Line gives the full experience of a rush with its intense racing moments and puts you at the edge of your seat throughout it all. The Yellow Line race and Red Line race completely take the cake with the amazing experience of this film because they keep you invested for both races. This film … Continue reading Red Line (2009) Review
Nietzsche's philosophical novel was an amazing read. At the time I began to read it, I hadn't really been captivated by a novel since the Harry Potter series (which I love) and I found most fantasy stories to be really boring. I didn't expect much at the time, it was mostly curiosity in relation to the game. I suspected that I'd find it boring. To my surprise, it was initially quite a laughable read.
Okay so... if there is sufficient evidence proving any of these allegations then I'll be totally willing to change my mind, but I've just been brought two pieces of information from a friend that show its more a Witch hunt than honest accusations of wrongdoing. https://twitter.com/CreepHeartPa…/status/1100609621784444928 This woman used CreepHeart/Gemma Black's video to accuse Vic … Continue reading Regarding Vic Mignogna’s accusations…
Nerdfighteria is as intolerant and bigoted as the Alt-Right.
Why This Millennial Became An Atheist
Very few people seem to be aware of Nietzsche's influence on contemporary entertainment.
This book is an excellent introductory for theists, agnostics, and atheists unsure of their atheism on the basic arguments that atheists have against the belief in a God or Gods.
Islam is an innately violent, hateful, racist, sexist, and bigoted religion. It is the most barbaric of the Major religions. Islam is a hateful and dangerous death cult. The Sharia (Islamic Divine Law of the Abrahamic God) must be accepted as unquestioned fact that nobody can argue against to be a Muslim. The only people … Continue reading Why Criticize Islam?
Annie Duke goes into the principles of Truthseeking; Think of your decision-making on future possibilities as bets for your future with the different choices that you make as alternative bets for alternative futures.
I looked at an amusing song from Family Guy, only to find people consistently crediting White people only for breakthroughs and inventions in the comments sections. So, I did a quick google search and compiled a short list of Black Inventors and activists who pioneered scientific and social changes through hard work. This is mostly … Continue reading What did Black People Invent?
This book is useful in clearing away misconceptions about intelligence research that have been popularized in Social Media and Liberal-leaning media outlets. One of the most shocking facts presented in this book is Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences has no basis in scientific research; at best, Musical Intelligence may be different from General Intelligence (G-Factor) but … Continue reading Intelligence: All That Matters by Stuart Ritchie
2018 Book Reading: List of Completed Readings: Disuniting of America by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Why There Is No God by Armin Navabi The Confidence Game by Maria Konnikova Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel The Dhammapada translated by Eknath Easwaran Bhagavad Gita translated by Eknath Easwaran The Ishvara Gita translated by Andrew Nicholson The … Continue reading My Readings for these past couple of years
I began reading this book out of curiosity on what insights Dr. Esther Perel, a psychotherapist whose work and counseling focuses on sexual relationships, could offer in the subject matter of married sex lives. I had found her speaking events to be quite educational and useful for understanding people's sexual inhibitions and preferences. Seeing her … Continue reading Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel
A concise and clear film on the challenges that Reformist Muslims and their allies face in order to modernize Islam. Sam Harris notes that Maajid Nawaz's reformist movement is likely the toughest job of them all. The ultimate message of the film is that we, the public, can help with criticizing bad ideas such as … Continue reading Islam and the Future of Tolerance Film Review
This game has to be one of the worst disappointments I've ever had the displeasure of playing. I suppose I fell for the hype train for this game's release, but only found an unmemorable and awful failure of a story and convoluted gameplay. Tales of Vesperia's cast is among the most forgettable of them all. … Continue reading Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Review (PC)
Human Rights Are More Important Than Blasphemy and Being Offended
#DumbassPelosi Nancy Pelosi and the Twitter corporation are vicious idiots.
If you're even slightly considering watching Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, I highly recommend it. I really feel this film outshines everything before it.
This'll contain massive spoilers for the story of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of An Elusive Age. This'll also be much shorter than other analyses as its fairly innocuous and based on circumstantial evidence. Purely fun guesswork instead of concrete clues within the game.
Why Chrono Cross Truly Is The Worst Game Ever
Note: These are my favorite games from among my favorite game series. Major Spoilers for all series mentioned. Phenomenal indicates it is among my favorite games of all-time in no particular order. This title is for games I absolutely loved. Great Games indicates that the game would have been among my favorites, but was just missing one … Continue reading My Favorite Games Thus Far
Why the Serge is Janus theory clears away plot contradictions, nicely intersects with the plotlines, and how both Chrono Trigger DS and the main game of Chrono Cross clearly validate the likelihood of Serge being Janus. I present to you Revisiting the Serge is Janus Theory, a.k.a. The Most Disturbing Chrono Cross Theory Ever.
For those curious on what Friedrich Nietzsche meant by Slave Morality.
This is the quintessential Dragon Quest game and offers the best that the series delivers on. Definitely deserves Game of The Year, if nominated. If you're considering purchasing this game, I highly recommend it.
We Must speak out for those who can't! #HumanRights should be for all people! #FreeSpeech for All! Islam Must Fall! #Islam Will Fall!
Arundhati Roy isn’t some brave activist putting her life on the line; she’s a bigot, a charlatan,and someone who clearly doesn’t care about literal genocide happening repeatedly around India’s borders.
Note: I no longer have any faith in the US Republic. I bet a bunch of Trump supporters will say go back to your own country, well news flash: I was born and raised in the US, but hey, keep espousing the same hateful comments that Neo-Nazis do right before they murder Sikhs, rape Native Americans, … Continue reading The United States of America Is Finished At This Pace
Spoiler Warning: This discussion contains spoilers for the mainline Shin Megami Tensei series and other MegaTen related series such as: Majin Tensei I and II, Digital Devil Saga Duology, the Persona series, Devil Survivor series, and well . . . potentially everything MegaTen / Shin Megami Tensei related, but those are the main video game … Continue reading Shin Megami Tensei Discussions with Beadman
Criticizing Islam is not intolerant, it isn't bigoted, it isn't racist, and it isn't done out of ignorance or hate. If you believe any of those things, please consider the perspective of those who have left the religion of Islam. Watch any of these videos, just one, or two, or all; whatever you want. Just … Continue reading Criticizing Islam is an Act of Compassion
For the purposes of this post, I'd like to declare a challenge to anyone who follows the Abrahamic faiths, or any religious faith in general, but mainly those who follow the Abrahamic faith traditions. I have three things I'd like to say, consider each of the following seriously: First: Assume any religion is true. Just … Continue reading To all readers who follow the Abrahamic faiths, please read your holy book
On Twitter, I'm currently locked out for a week for posting this news article to what seems to have inadvertently been some official in the Saudi government who commented on the Foreign Policy article like I did. Before that, I had notified Twitter of these tweets: Here was Twitter's final verdict: Now, I … Continue reading For Twitter: harassment of US Muslim women is fine, but criticizing Islamic despots for war crimes that kill children is “offensive” to a religion
Fair Warning: This post contains Massive Spoilers for Shin Megami Tensei IV, Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, Devil Survivor 2, and links to spoilers for Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne. Read at your own peril. For an Update On This Critique: Click Here Over the course of my researching the major religious faiths that I am … Continue reading Was Atlus Criticizing Islam in the Shin Megami Tensei IV/IV Apocalypse Duology?
Happy Navarati to fellow Hindus! Here's one of my most liked Goddess songs in celebration of Hindu Art and Culture of the Great Goddess Durga! While I don't believe in any Gods or any sort of supernatural being myself; that doesn't mean that Hindu Atheists can't support or celebrate the art, culture, or history of … Continue reading To fellow Hindus, Happy Navrati!
So, after posting videos and arguing against Saudi Arabia's record on the sexual slavery of women, the pedophile Prophet Muhammad's rape of 9-year old Aisha, and getting into twitter feuds with several Saudi people over this Foreign Policy article on Twitter: https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/10/09/mohammad-bin-salman-is-scared-of-saudi-expats/?utm_source=PostUp&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=7254&utm_keyword=14 Due to that, I've been banned from Twitter for a week. Here's three … Continue reading Celebrating #BlasphemyDay and criticizing Islam
I have to say, researching for a book that I write has really grown my knowledge and changed my personal perspective on a multitude of subjects. It really makes you grow as a person when you feel accountable for conveying accurate and legitimate information. I've grown bolder in my harsh critique, I had thought I … Continue reading Progress Update: Analysis on my Personal Project and How It’s Changed Me
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The following is a closer version of the finalized draft of Chapter 6 of my upcoming book. I'll likely be using Amazon to distribute it and I will try to make Kindle and physical copies available at around the same time period. I wanted to show how this chapter has developed from the previous post. … Continue reading Faith In Doubt: Sample of Chapter 6
Although I'd like to praise this work, as I largely liked Nicholson's analyses and enjoyed reading some of them, I'm compelled by my own academic standards to give Unifying Hinduism a negative review. First, let me just say that for the average reader that this book will possibly satisfy interest in examining interesting parts about … Continue reading Review of Unifying Hinduism by Andrew Nicholson: Errors in Reasoning
Research and Book Update Indology is a Worthless Academic Course: Why Hindutva Needn't Fear Western Academia and How My Research Has Disappointed Me After having finished writing my chapter on Islam, I proceeded to conduct further research into Buddhist and Hindu history that I had began before even finishing the chapters on Christianity and Islam. … Continue reading Indology Is A Worthless Academic Discipline
Their Website: https://www.exmna.org Some Ex-Muslims have formed an organization to challenge the faith of Islam and argue against apostasy, the idea of Islamaphobia, and safe spaces to challenge the narrative and reframe the discourse so that more Ex-Muslims will come out to challenge the religious faith. At the moment, they can only focus on North … Continue reading In Support of Ex-Muslims of North America: Promoting Secular Values and Challenging Islam
The following is the first draft of my book's chapter on Original Sin, which is given a thorough critique. I've since changed some elements, but I thought this would be valuable to know what to expect when reading my book. Unfortunately, the line spacing doesn't come out properly when posting it on a blog, so … Continue reading A First Draft Sample of My Next Book, Faith in Doubt
I'm currently in the process of writing my next book, which is an examination of religion and it's faults. It's a project I've spent about 3-4 years on already. I only just finished Part 1 of 3. I'm hoping to get it out sometime this year. Part of the issue was my own lack of … Continue reading Currently writing my newest book
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Not sure what value this brings and apologies if this sounds like a nonsensical doomsday spiel, but looking through the causes and consequences, I don't think neoliberalism does anything positive in the long-term for the health, growth, and wellbeing of a nation-state. This is obvious at this point even just looking purely at the US's … Continue reading What future does Neoliberalism bring?
Kindle Countdown Deal Announcement: It will start on October 19th, 2017 and end at October 25th, 2017. Starting at $0.99 cents and raising back to $2.99 at the end of the deal. If you have a Kindle, and are on the fence about making any purchase, it'll be on kindle unlimited until December. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075PL3HTN
Thematic Analysis of Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse II For Part 1: The Broad Themes Part 2 of 2: Specific Themes For those having trouble using this blog post, I've made a Videoless Edition of this same blog post. It'll hopefully be better for people who don't have high-end computers or who use phones. This … Continue reading Thematic Analysis of Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse II
I've noticed that many ignoramuses in this festering and obnoxious hate group love to dehumanize racial minorities by constantly espousing the violent crimes of Hispanics and Blacks. Here's why you should ignore them. There were approximately 8.4 million arrests in the US last year, 9374 were charged with murder. The percentage of total arrests which … Continue reading Why you should ignore the Alt-Right/Redpill Hysteria about US Minority Crime
I originally toyed with the idea of writing it as a satire primarily towards the Neo-Nazi movement and Neo-Nazi ideology. That's mainly what it is suppose to be as it's clearly not indicative of how the vast majority of Christians in the US behave or believe in. It's primarily meant as an insult to race-based … Continue reading Why I wrote Ku Cuck Klan: The Family Values
Introducing my latest, finalized project and first ever published ebook novel. I'm still working on another one that I've already spent 3 or so years on. This one is more of a parody of concepts regarding contemporary culture and the current vitriolic rise of hate groups than anything else. So... I wrote an ebook exploring … Continue reading Ku Cuck Klan: The Family Values
This is not going to be a very kind post. It is not intended to dehumanize, but it may offend. I don't mean for this to be a personal attack against anyone specific and I am not advocating or justifying violence of any kind. I'm just tired of seeing the same shit. I am thoroughly … Continue reading The Abrahamic Faiths are vacuous and lead to justifying violence
Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance This book, by Psychologist Angela Duckworth, was very illuminating. I had heard of this book before thanks to having read Carol Dweck and Heidi Grant Halvorson's books, but I wish I had read this one before them because I feel that it provides the foundational basis for those … Continue reading Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance
10/10 This book is definitely worthy of its praise. Harvard Psychologist Daniel Gilbert provides some of the most incredible insights on how we misjudge our own behavior in the future and even go as far as to misinterpret the past. There's more depth in so many of these psychology books that I read that one … Continue reading Stumbling on Happiness by Daniel Gilbert
People argue that these opposing sides should come together and find common ground, but you can't debate with people who dismiss everything you say and don't want to hear it. This is conceit; pure and simple. There is no chance that debates with people who don't even agree on what a fact is can yield … Continue reading The SJW Left and the Alt-Right
THIS REVIEW WILL HAVE SPOILERS Dies Irae is a very interesting case of a visual novel that I just don't know whether to give a positive or negative review. Mercurius: "Wallow in Filth. Purity is but an illusion - discard it, and all doors shalt be open to thee. No matter the era, a singular … Continue reading Dies Irae Review
This Review Contains Massive Spoilers This might sound like some angry, stupid rant and I totally apologize. I just want to let it be known that I enjoyed this visual novel so much that I didn't sleep for a whole day just to complete chapter 3-4. I played it non-stop because I was totally loving … Continue reading G-Senjou no Maou: A Captivating Narrative turned into an Incoherent Mess
Part 1 of 2; The Broader Themes This will contain major spoilers for Shin Megami Tensei IV and Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. For Part 2: The Specific Themes What can be said about SMTIV: Apocalypse? I'm not sure if my meager words can ever provide this game the sufficient praise that it deserves for … Continue reading Thematic Analysis of Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse
Link to Amazon website for the book: Winner-Take-All Politics Review of Winner-Take-All Politics by Hacker and Pierson Must Read: for those who care about economic inequality and feel disillusioned or depressed by the inaction in Washington. This is one of the most eye-opening books about modern political policy, political history of how the Super-rich took … Continue reading Review of Winner-Take-All Politics by Hacker and Pierson
So, I've had quite the challenging couple of months. I managed to get a new, well-paying job, then upon finishing job training and exiting out of work after the first week, I was struck by an oncoming, speeding vehicle. The crash could have killed me since he hit the driver side door and my car … Continue reading When life gives you uncertainty…
0/10. Completely awful film. I pretty much disengaged from the film when it became evident that Raymond, the main character, was more likely to believe some known crooked officer who makes goading remarks than his actual wife. Evidently, the film finds Raymond assaulting his wife and throwing a childish temper tantrum to be forgivable manly … Continue reading Internal Affairs (1990)
Mild Spoilers Below This 22 episode + 1 OVA anime series is an exceptionally well made standard romance-drama storyline. Thinking over it, it has a fairly standard manic pixie dream girl teaches guy life lessons and then leaves plotline but there are key differences that make this anime outshine the standard template of what people … Continue reading Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso / Your Lie in April
A surprisingly good film. Once viewers can move past the abnormal psychological desire of the literature girl, Amano Tooko, eating pages from books to cement her love of them, it delves into a rather intriguing romance story. Inoue Konoha is a highschooler whose past we slowly uncover and learn about his quasi-friend, quasi-girlfriend Asakura Miu, … Continue reading Bungaku Shoujo / Literature Girl Film
This is probably one of the best 12 episode anime stories to be made. It makes an engaging and compelling story without any need for grimdark undertones. It just takes a minuscule bit from a fable, Snow White, to tell an original story. There is no prince kissing Snow White; instead it features a pro-active … Continue reading Akagami no Shirayukihime / Snow White with the Red Hair Anime
Over the course of a few weeks, I seem to have attracted the scorn of Reddit. In this one particular subreddit, r/badeasternphilosophy, someone took interest to my blog and made a topic about how extreme my criticism of Western philosophy was. While there were people who mocked me under the presumption that I only read … Continue reading Why Christianity Will Always Fail You
MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW Avengers 3: Civil War is a brilliantly written film that . . . oh, I'm sorry, Captain America: Civil War. I apologize for the oversight, you see, I just couldn't tell the difference between this Captain America film and an Avengers film . . . because far more than just Captain America … Continue reading Captain America: Civil War
Major Spoilers Below One of the best sequels I've ever seen. The plot twists, apart from the one at the end, take a surprising turn. The Ice Queen displays more cunning, thoughtfulness, and endearment to her child slave army than Ravenna did with . . . anything. However, the film is more a romance/adventure more … Continue reading The Huntsman: Winter’s War
Sometimes, it's a struggle to fight apathy. Particularly when confronting bleak aspects of the world. I am in the perfect position to be working on subjects of great import to me, but I find myself struggling with apathy again. I had hoped that I would no longer suffer this stupid problem but here I am, … Continue reading Struggling Against Personal Apathy
An anime film that is worth the watch. I felt as if some of the storyline was generic but the method in which the story occurs makes it unique enough to be interesting. Some parts, like the relationship the main character has with the love interest, is rather melodramatic. But this film portrays a Master-Student/Quasi-Step … Continue reading Bakemono no Ko