Writings


August 12, 2017 Dillon Freed It takes mighty and unceasing labor to not be a fool. One literally has to rip him or herself from belief systems as one has to wake oneself from sleep paralysis. The human brain’s default is to be enchanted by stupid and easy ideologies – even when […]

18 Rules that will Help you Avoid being a Fool



October 19, 2016 Dillon Freed I was in one of my graduate school classes, and naturally, then commenced a bashing of all things conservative and American. About twenty students plus a professor, and only one, myself, trying to explain that the conservative party and America wasn’t arrantly racist and sexist. I feel […]

Political Dance Theory: How Students Thinking is All Choreographed


Aug 27, 2016 Dillon Freed There must be a new degree program at university called The Insanities, and it must be the most popular major nationwide. The curriculum must include striving for ignorance in history, economics, and psychology. And yet, at once, feeling as if you have all the solutions to the […]

The Insanities: The Most Popular College Major in America


July 16, 2016 Dillon Freed What’s in a name?  The Right has had tantrums about President Obama’s reluctance to utter the term “Islamic terrorism.” But whether it is appropriate or not comes down to what his advisors are suggesting. And by his advisors, I mean only those around him who have spent significant […]

The “New Acts of God” – Islamic Terror



July 1, 2016 Dillon Freed So much for respecting the will of the people and democracy. Why are those who most championed the power of the people so angry that the people used that power? It is sort of funny to watch the flailing of the Left over this, and maybe […]

Brexit and Trump: Two Middle Fingers to the Left


May 24, 2016 Dillon Freed Emotional hypocrisy today is epidemic and shameful.  We see extravagances of rage over relatively minor societal disturbances; and conversely, frugal indignation concerning actual evil and idiocy. We watch people go berserk over dubious accusations of “racially charged” language, and then observe the calm manner in which they discuss inner-city murder rates. There are enormous, frothing […]

Emotional Hypocrisy


May 10, 2016 Dillon Freed When it is said that the Right has the “uneducated vote,” do those who say it mean to imply that a person who went to college is, just for the going, educated? Or for that matter, brighter than someone who didn’t attend? That’s a magnificently dumb assumption. Some of the […]

The “Educated” Vote



Jan 7, 2017 Dillon Freed Here are some predictions for what will occur in the next few centuries: 1) Artificial intelligence and materialistic neuroscience will lead to spiritual catastrophe – there will be a great spike in the number of educated people who do not believe in any metaphysics at all. The imitation […]

11 Predictions


April 10, 2016 Dillon Freed Many soi-distant intellectuals and upstart concerned citizens are condoning inaction in Iraq and Syria after several chemical attacks by soberly saying, “both sides are wicked.” Other realpolitik-Machiavellian souls are averring much the same in a different way: let them fight each other and do whatever they […]

Under-reactionary


April 4, 2016 Dillon Freed A person I know recently emptied perhaps the entire contents of his brain on social media: “I like that Trump supporters wear those red hats – it makes it easier to know who the racists are.” It never fails that those most likely to feel pride about […]

Trump’s Ordinary Followers



March 15, 2016 Dillon Freed Poor, white Americans feel as if they are under attack.  I follow the discussion boards of conservative blogs and magazines and read what they say. I also talk to poor whites. And for the first time in my life I am starting to see normal […]

The Dangerous Return of White Pride


Mar 7, 2016 After World War I, Marxists panicked: the workers of the world had not unified; instead they draped on the uniforms of their homelands and slaughtered each other. How had the infallible Godhead Marx gone wrong? Why hadn’t the workers aimed the guns at the oppressive plutocrats?

Victims of the World Unite by Dillon Freed


Feb. 16, 2015 Hijacked?  It is common to hear that Islam is “hijacked” by certain fringe groups, and just after that is said, to hear that radical Muslims do not represent their religion. But when hijackers take a plane or ship, they are instantly in command and in charge of that vehicle. By extension, […]

Imagination of Failure: Thoughts on Islamic Radicalism by Dillon Freed



When certain people call for a “dialogue on race”, or to have a”national conversation about prejudice” what they are actually telling you is that you are invited to be insulted as a racist and/or bigot if you disagree with what they have to say. A “dialogue” can also mean you […]

What Things Really Mean by Dillon Freed


If you walk around Manhattan regularly – which I do – you often spot various slogans, tags, messages, mottos, and even public awareness campaign catch-phrases scrawled and plastered on telephone poles, walls, and displayed in windows. Several of these posted things recently caught my attention because they seemed to capture […]

‘Signs of the Times’ by Dillon Freed


Most of the time, political language fails in terms of accuracy and grammar. Consider: “collateral damage” which actually describes innocents incidentally lapped up into the mouth of death during war, but the sound of the words seem only to remind one of a shaky tailpipe after a fender-bender. Or try: “man-made disasters” […]

Scary Terms and Phrases, When Language Works: Part I by ...




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Goodnoia


The godless walked through a patch of prayer, And even a skyscraper moves a little in the wind against its towering will. – Dillon Freed Penmanship

Patch of Prayer



This love is to love the pinky toe in weight to the face, And the harsh coughs as if whispered vows. The hard sleep as moans of pleasure. And the grumbling tummy as if a delicate laugh. This is a wonderful panicking. This is the fight and the submission of […]

This is the Love


Brodie-helmeted, man-beasts barrel toward Vickers-blowing, bayonet-bladed men Under this glasslike blue skyshell, cross a dead-pocked, grassless fen. Death-bound screams swell-hollow, among bashed-space and trembling bomb-shook, leafless trees; Rattling weapons, sibilating bullets, missile shrieks raze silence, the warisons riot the breeze! Chaotic-thick tangle: buzzing bluebottles, spiraling-wobbled and concussed display more sense. […]

All for Goddamn Naught


Oct 21, 2016 The Three Ages of Trump: The Age of Being the Outsider, the Early Primaries. He says strange things that still can be justified – he doesn’t explain his positions well, but he will. He’s new to politics. He didn’t say they were all rapists. He was talking about the […]

The Three Ages of Trump