Tuesday, December 10, 2013

YEAAA! I'm on the "Chart O' Evil"



























To me it seems like patriots and Americans, not people who want to destroy democracy.

23 comments:

heresolong said...

Creepy?

WhiteKnight said...

I was offended at the lack of some people for a moment, and then I realized this was a chart of bloggers, not of.... well, of the people I was thinking of.

Anonymous said...

You know, the funny thing is, ANYONE that reads that tripe(I did) and searches out any of the sites listed on that map, are gonna know pretty quickly that the author is full of shit.

Kind of like how Obama is the best gun salesman in north america, liberals are the best red pill salesmen on the internet.

S.Lynn said...

Cool. Half way between masculine and economist. A Smart Alpha.

Adam Lawson said...

Where's Vox??

Laughingdog said...

I should send him an email thanking him for improving my reading list.

bobn said...

Vox is in the lower left, with "Christian Traditionalists".

See here for larger image.

TroperA said...

Vox is right above Christian Tradiionalists.

Anonymous said...

I love when someone take the time to prepare me a new reading list. So much to discover.

William Rex said...

Congratulations!

heresolong said...

I decided to read the article. What a load of tripe. "anti-democratic, racially charged, anti-modern, authoritarian"? All the things that progressives are, and he labels us with them. He specifically assigns progressive ideas such as eugenics to this "dark enlightenment" garbage.

My suspicion is that he interviewed this one guy, Moldbug, who I've never heard of, and then decided to lump all the others in with whatever he got from that interview. I mean seriously, Charles Murray the libertarian philosopher, John Derbyshire mathematician, the Captain? Has he read word one from any of these writers or was he so intellectually lazy that he just copied Moldbug's reading list and assigned them all to the so called Dark Enlightenment?

newrebeluniv said...

The list is obviously flawed since I'm not on it.

--Hale

Alexander said...

Congrats, Captain!

Dark 'N Lights. Abbreviation for a sinister neofacist shadow organization or a humorously named multicultural rally?

Jones said...

THERE WILL BE SONGS WRITTEN ABOUT THIS DAY!

heresolong said...

Also just noticed that on the graphic (which appears to have no actual point) he equates conservatism with "procedural foot dragging", an amusing relation given the number of bills that the Republican controlled house has passed which have failed to even have a committee hearing in the Senate, as well as Reid's propensity for ensuring that no opposing viewpoints get heard through manipulation of the rules and procedures.

Southern Man said...

Looks a lot like my present blogroll, but I'm missing several. I'll get right to work on that.

George guy said...

I thought we did want to destroy democracy, in a way. At least, destroy the fetishization of democracy, the idea that democracy itself should be the goal of a society.

Economic liberty is the only kind of liberty worth a damn, and too much democracy only lets people vote that liberty away.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Captain!! It's not every day that one is libelled so magnificently by a leftard.

I don't see Kate McMillan or Kathy Shaidle on the list. Maybe the leftward hasn't heard of Canada. Omitting Kate is a real pity - for sheer black hatred of leftism and liberalism she is hard to equal (some of us try).

Southern Man said...

I invite readers to read my own analysis of this lovely chart, if Cappy will permit it: Southern Man: The Dark Enlightenment. Hey, I link to him all the time so why not?

the dude said...

I read the article and smiled at how fast he pulled the race card like it actually means something.
And wow, it was painful to see how incorporated the author is. May God have mercy on his soul.

Chris Muir said...

Dammit.Why am I not on there?!?

Adam Lawson said...

bobn: Thanks, somehow I missed it despite scouring over it twice. I blame the fact I'm lazy and the dot obscures the letters a bit.

j blog said...

This chart is how i found you. Zerohedge isn't on the list. It's very similar but seems to have a different reader base than the sphere.