The Will To Power

Hey everybody, Marcus here. Recently, Coterie and TFM released videos which, though radically different, tap into the same sentiment. Coterie’s video is entitled “On Sith Philosophy, Metaphysical Naturalism and the Extrapolation of Individualism”. TFM’s video is entitled “Chaos is a Ladder.” I have linked to both videos in the description. Now, TFM’s video showcases a clip from Game of Thrones …

Feminism Part 2: Ressentiment

In the last video we put forward a thesis that feminist (once-tits such as the patriarchy emerged from the minds of a certain type of feminist. These feminists are the true believers and have motivations that are much more interesting than simply making money off victimhood. Though making money off victimhood need not be mutually exclusive from their motivations, it …

Beyond The Realms Of MGTOW

In this video I wanted to start from the very edge of MGTOW and look outwards beyond its borders. Surely, we within the MGTOW community, regardless of any particular interpretation of MGTOW, acknowledge at least one thing. MGTOW has a border. Now this is not a video attempting to delineate who is and who is not MGTOW. No. This is …

On Modernity Part 5: Nietzsche vs Rousseaunian Politics

Nietzsche’s critique of Cartesian subjectivity sets the stage for a critique of the kind of Enlightened politics that this subjectivity makes possible. Nietzsche articulates this political critique as an attack on Rousseau. Rousseau’s politics assumes that individual Cartesian subjects who exist peacefully and harmoniously in the state of nature will eventually join together via a social contract. His thought contains …

On Honoring Parents

There is an expression that I have often heard from parents. Parents say: “I work hard so my children can have all the things I never had.” The substantive sentiment contained in this expression is, however, somewhat unclear at best and misguided at worst. The misguided nature of this sentiment comes from its conflict with another saying parents have; namely, …

On Tragedy

Nietzsche ultimately wants to defend a philosophy that can be called a philosophy on the joy of life. However, from his very first works tragedy plays a prominent role in his thinking. The joy of life and tragedy are not opposites. Rather, they are mutually necessary. What I want to do in this video is to talk about the role …

Meaning Of Life: Become Who You Are

That was a reading of aphorism 9 from Nietzsche’s book entitled Ecce Home. The specific chapter is entitled “Why I am so Clever”. In this telling and powerful aphorism, Nietzsche describes his becoming who he is. Now, it may sound like a strange statement when you first hear it; become who you are, but the strangeness soon evaporates upon closer …

On Nihilism Part 2: Luciferianism

So here we are Krieg; the second part of our argument as to the nature of nihilism. In the first video I gave you Nietzsche’s account of what nihilism is and how it can be overcome. In that video we saw how Nietzsche completely destroys the other worldly and advocates for the coming of the “overman”, the type of man …

Nihilism: Part 1

I received a comment on my Genesis of a MGTOW video from a subscriber named Krieg9 and I felt that the sentiment Krieg expresses is something that many men are undoubtedly experiencing. Now, before I read this comment, I want to point out to all my listeners that this is the sort of existential suffering that will compel me to …

On The Genealogy of Social Justice Warriors

In this video I wanted to explore the origins of the social justice warrior. Now, before we can begin, let’s make a distinction between origin and function. Perhaps the best way to describe the difference is to look at how someone would answer a different question that is similar in spirit. What is the origin of the post-it note. Now, …