How To Run “Game” When You’re In A Relationship

One of the downsides of being in a LTR that you take seriously is, obviously, that you cannot have sex with other women. Neither can you travel the world by ourself or with friends, or just do whatever you want in some way or another. You cannot even flirt with other girls – although some … More How To Run “Game” When You’re In A Relationship

Trump as a symbol of the Enlightenment

Recently I freshed up my knowledge on the ideas of the Enlightenment, linked to history, philosophy, sex relations, science, religion and politics. More specifically I read Dorinda Outrams’s The Enlightenment (2013, third edition), which offers a pretty decent overview of this epoch. While the Enlightenment is largely associated with the French revolution and intellectuals like … More Trump as a symbol of the Enlightenment

How to deal with “nutritionism” and long diets

There are two common problems – one can come to think of many other such too for that matter, but those are for other posts to be dealt with – in regard to fitness, especially to eat properly, healthy, and lose body fat: nutritionism and the¬†intimately related urge for “unhealthy” food when one is not … More How to deal with “nutritionism” and long diets

Don’t expect any major changes in Sweden in the near future

My home country, Sweden, is among real conservatives and nationalists known as a repulsive bulwark of far-reaching political correctness and general self-destructiveness, and among those of the opposing team as a prime example of a progressive multicultural, globalist, feminist and minority-loving society that even the U.S., Canada, UK, France and other largely left-leaning countries can … More Don’t expect any major changes in Sweden in the near future

Time to rethink Rousseau

The Swiss philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) is typically linked to blank slatism (the idea that people are born as blank slates and can changed in complete accordance with the surrounding environments), the idea that humans are inherently all good, and socialism/communism. All of these have proven to be largely or completely wrong by historical experiences … More Time to rethink Rousseau

Average height and global dating opportunities

2017 is coming to an end and lately I’ve been busy reading, writing on various side projects (partly in my real name), guest posts, and articles that have been published, or will be published on Return of Kings. Still I will definitely write more here, for example political and philosophical stuff that are either too … More Average height and global dating opportunities

Why are some oil countries rich and some are poor?

Something that may engage someone who is more or less interested in politics, economics, and geography, is why some typical oil countries are rich and some are poor. On one hand we have Norway, Saudi Arabia and UAE, and on the other Venezuela, Nigeria, and Azerbaijan. Although this partially has got to do with political-economic … More Why are some oil countries rich and some are poor?

Hans Hermann Hoppe and political realities

For perhaps ten years ago I heard and read about the German-American libertarian economist Hans Hermann Hoppe. To some extent I was fascinated by this man, partly known for his staunch opposition to democracy, in favor of monarchy. Hoppe has tried to reinterpret classical liberalism in the same sense as his mentor, Murray Rothbard, and … More Hans Hermann Hoppe and political realities