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The Vannoken Colonies Are Not Meant To Be Mixed-Race Ethno-States

The identity crises shared by mixed kids catalyzed the Vannoken philosophy. This is true. However, the Vannoken colonies are not meant to be mixed-race ethno-states. They’re only meant to prove a political point about MLK’s dream. For instance, I acknowledge that I don’t actually have to invent my own language. I already speak English. It’s just that Negroid phenotypes are…

Four Pillars of Uniformity In The Vannoken Tribe & Their Weaknesses

Diversity, in Vannoken culture, is the byproduct of negotiable elements of individuality. However, there are also traditional elements of uniformity. It is not a “diverse” tribe that we seek to build, but a uniform tribe with room for individual uniqueness. Our culture only has form because we share specific uniform intrinsic qualities. Cognitive, meritocratic, ideological, and narratorial factors make for…

Improving Cultural Fitness: The Two Types Of Cultural Advancement

Something new that my culture is bringing to the table is inorganic development. By this, I mean the willful, deliberate effort to enrich one’s own culture. Historically, western civilization has been more or less divided into two groups: Creatives Industrialists Dr. Jordan Peterson speaks on this at length in his lectures. In a nutshell, creatives challenge order; industrialists maintain it….

Use Vannoken Culture To Destroy Racist Left-Wing Double Standards

It’s amazing. I’m going through some of these comments on both Facebook and YouTube. The self-awareness the psychographic group I used to associate with (years ago) lacks is astounding. Not a single person out of the libertarian or conservative community, not even once so far (to my memory) has implied that I should “stay in my place.” It’s primarily been…

The Existential Question Of Interracial Identity Goes Further Than You Think

It’s easier to remain in the cage that is the evolutionary psychology of Jim Crow laws. To do otherwise raises a new existential question about identity, purpose, and capability: “What physical boundaries could I have broken if I had been mentally open to breaking them?” people would ask themselves. “What percentage of what leads to what distinction?” “Am I merely…

On Mental Freedom & Right Rebellion

The right rebellion is one fueled by the heart, but steered by logic. It is neither to rally against government for governing’s sake. Nor is it the will to spite one’s mother or father for parenting’s sake. It is neither to tear down those who have more than you. Nor is it to uplift those who have less. Right rebellion…

The Inner Death Of My Black Mind

I’m wrong about something pertaining to African-Americans. And the reason why I’m wrong is because I am different from many black people in a lot of ways that I can’t help. And I’m not saying that with a positive or negative connotation. I’m saying that to highlight a communicative gap that’s in the blindsides of both perspectives pertaining to what…