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Into the Future


Sep 24, 2022

Okay, so this website has been dead for a few weeks.

I am for now planning on keeping it active, at least until my domain runs out at the end of January. I’m going to be using it for news articles and a general blog, if you’re interested in that sort of thing. Livestreaming is just not tenable for me at the moment. My apartment has pretty strict noise requirements and I’m busier than ever with school. Life’s a bitch and all that.

If you’d notice, I’ve redesigned the website using a different theme from WordPress with a flashier colour scheme. I think it looks nice, for now.

My main focus for now, however is music.

I’ve been getting very wrapped up in the course material at my university, and in that process I’ve rediscovered my love for music production and composition. I’ve been sinking basically all of my time not focused on school things or working into music without giving politics or my website a second though.

I’m still working as a dishwasher at the university cafeteria, and it’s still terrible. I still read the news and have all the same views as before, but am finding now that I am focusing a lot more on myself that I’m a lot less miserable with the state of the world. I mean the world is still run by blood-drinking pedophilic Jew bankers who hate us, and I’m more knowledgeable of that fact than ever, but not focusing on that really is a luxury I am glad I now have.

Doing livestreams where I get progressively angrier to basically no audience makes everything feel like the world is out to get me, you know?

And the world is out to get me, but it’s best to take what comes to you and make the best of it rather than to just complain and complain, never accomplishing anything.

To close this brief post I just wanted to say that we have a beautiful culture in the western world, and that it is our duty to preserve it as men, as Christians. Go to live classical music performances, see plays, speak with shopkeepers, construction workers, make friends where you wouldn’t think. These people feel a lot of the same things you do. They may not know the reasons, but they face the same struggles. My struggle is not just my struggle, it is the universal suffering of man.

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