triggering-linkageEach week I’ve started posting links to writings, videos and such which I think are important.  Mostly these are things I agree with but not necessarily so.  They are all things which will assist you in understanding the world around you.

At least that’s my opinion.

And remember . . . I’m right.  I’m always right.  I’ve always been right.  I will always be right.

I have never been wrong.


Linkage: 17 January, 2017 #TheTriggering

With the ascension of MeinTrumpenFuhrer to the Oval Office, his campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway has become the first Woman in American herstory to ever successfully manage a Presidential campaign to victory! No feminists could be reached for comment about such a herstorical milestone being reached…most were otherwise occupied with wailing and gnashing their teeth. The consensus has been manufactured and the narrative has been coordinated worldwide. The talking heads on the tell-a-vision and the commissars that produce our digital print media have told us what to think about Pizzagate, and to even consider thinking otherwise or looking any further … Continue reading →

Linkage: 10 January, 2017 #TheTriggering

The truth is Polly Dunning is the epitome of the third form of fake news – “The Failed Millennial Leftist Diary.” Merely one of millions of failed leftist millennials who cannot accept that, even with their precious liberal arts degrees, they are common, boring, and offer nothing of value to the world. Since they cannot accept this and their ego must be satiated, they go to the internet to journal about their “heroic journey” or “struggle” where they find other sympathetic, self-commiserating failed millennial leftists. But mere commiseration is not enough, so they resort to increasing levels of sensationalism, brown … Continue reading →

Linkage: 3 January, 2017 #TheTriggering

So today’s challenge is to find a working scientist or PhD in some climate-related field who will agree with the idea that the climate science models do a good job of predicting the future. Notice I am avoiding the question of the measurements. That’s a separate question. For this challenge, don’t let your scientist conflate the measurements or the basic science of CO2 with the projections. Just ask the scientist to offer an opinion on the credibility of the models only. Remind your scientist that as far as you know there has never been a multi-year, multi-variable, complicated model of … Continue reading →

Linkage: 27 December, 2016 #TheTriggering

This column has often drawn attention to the ignorance of our supposedly educated classes. A remarkable instance of the phenomenon was provided by Tim Kaine, J.D., Harvard, in his speech on the day following the defeat of his campaign for vice president. The performance was elaborately worked up, loaded with dreadful foreboding (about Republicans), light-hearted optimism (about Democrats), and a heavy-footed quest for applause lines that suggested he had already formed seven Voluntary Committees for his own attempt to seize the White House. Kaine, who had trouble getting even 75 people at rallies during the climax of this year’s campaign, … Continue reading →

Linkage: 20 December, 2016 #TheTriggering

The term “kafkatrapping” describes a logical fallacy that is popular within gender feminism, racial politics and other ideologies of victimhood. It occurs when you are accused of a thought crime such as sexism, racism or homophobia. You respond with an honest denial, which is then used as further confirmation of your guilt. You are now trapped in a circular and unfalsifiable argument; no one who is accused can be innocent because the structure of kafkatrapping precludes that possibility. . . . . . This is called the “No True Scotsman” fallacy. It occurs when someone is confronted with an example … Continue reading →

Linkage: 29 November, 2016 – Being Better

Usually linkage is all about triggering inferior people. Not today. This week’s linkage is about how to stop being inferior. Here’s a hint. It requires work. Have you ever wondered why is it that some people can just go around say whatever they want and get away with it completely? Do you think it helps them to get better with girls? You may think of Donald Trump whatever you want, but you cannot deny that this guy can say anything he wants, media covers all of it and people watch him like a TV show. Most importantly, I wanted to … Continue reading →

Linkage: 22 November, 2016 #TheTriggering

The only issue in the world I’ve ever cared about is free speech. Since I was a kid growing up, we used outlets like music, drawing, and writing to express ourselves freely. It was the best way to release anger and vent frustration. I do the same thing in my professional life, its just a lot more productive now that its fueled for a desire to help others. Trump is crass, I don’t think he is a good person, and I don’t think he even has a solid political plan. I don’t give a fuck–its what he represents that matters. … Continue reading →

Linkage: 15 November, 2016 – The Trumpening #TheTriggering #TheTrumpening #MAGA

As you know, because I’ve told you this over and over for the last 4 years, I predicted Hillary for the win. Between the parasites, the white people who hate white people, the main stream media, and the corporations I didn’t think anyone would have a chance against the The Queen Kunt Herself. I was happily wrong. Welcome to The Trumpening. Will Trump actually be the Shitlord President we desire? Or will he sell out, wuss out and SJW out? He’s off to a bad start. This acceptance speech sounds like something Hussein Obama would say. Then Obama talks about … Continue reading →

Linkage: 1 November, 2016 – 12 Year Anniversary of Stating The Obvious Podcast #TheTriggering

It was today in 2004 that I recorded my very first podcast. From that evolved the offesive verbal bitch slapping non-safe space trigger warned racist sexist homophobic work of art called the Stating The Obvious Podcast. The podcast in which I state what is obvious to anyone who isn’t stupid. Such as (trigger warning) there are only two genders. This week’s linkage is about another website the is triggering as fuck and brings me great entertainment. Age Of Shitlords. It sounds like it should be a game in the Age Of Empires series. A series of games I love … Continue reading →

Linkage: 25 October, 2016 #TheTriggering featuring Adam Piggott

Greetings and happy linkage day. I’m still fixing broken website.  And dealing with working for a living.  And chasing girls.  And drinking Martinis made with Plymouth gin.  I should get paid for these plugs. Today’s linkage features Adam Piggott.  You can find him here: My standard disclaimer:  Adam is not an anarcho-capitalist.  He is perceptive and unlike the 99% has removed his head from his ass.  Adam is a good writer with interesting things to say. I recommend adding him to your regular reading list. I’ve neglected his blog the last few months and sat down to get caught … Continue reading →

Linkage: 4 October 2016 #TheTriggering featuring Dave Cullen @lack78

Today’s linkage is all video links.  I discovered Dave Cullen’s YouTube channel about 6 to 12 months ago.  I already knew SJWs were terrible people but Dave really drives the point home. Dave is the source for many things I talk about on Stating The Obvious.  Including the “Black Free State Project” I mentioned a few episodes back – but couldn’t find where I first heard about it.  Turns out it was in one of Dave’s videos.  I found the link and will talk about that in the future on STO. Until then enjoy today’s video linkage and go subscribe … Continue reading →

Linkage: 27 September, 2016 #TheTriggering Featuring

The Alt-Right is a thing. We know this because Hillary came (actually Bill came, but not inside Hillary) out of her coma to give a speech about the evils of heterosexual white men who have jobs. Yes I know. The Alt-Right are statists. Yes they are. However since I’m not a left-wing statist I don’t have to automatically hate and attack anyone who disagrees with me about anything. The Alt-Right is grasping some of the fundamentals that I’ve been pointing at for years on Stating The Obvious. The podcast where I state the obvious. Twelve years of Stating The Obvious … Continue reading →

Linkage: 20 September, 2016 #TheTriggering

Here’s the thing gents—the sexual market place is a cold, wild, barren and unfriendly place. When you interact with strangers (as the girls that you meet through pick-up inevitably are) then you run the risk of playing with emotional fire. Remember, everyone is out for what they can get, you included. You want to meet and sleep with the hottest girl that your SMV will afford. But girls have an agenda too. They also want to meet the ‘hottest’ guy that they can get—it’s just in their case the definition of ‘hot’ might expand to encompass things like status, influence, … Continue reading →

Linkage: 13 September, 2016 #TheTriggering

Modern Beta Magazine So they have worked incredibly hard. So what? I’ve worked incredibly hard on my writing for the past seven years. Does that mean I deserve something? I suppose I should start holding out for better pay. That’s it! I’m going on strike! And as for opportunity, they are being given the opportunity. An entire national league of their own. Keep in mind that the guys didn’t get a national league until 1987, almost a hundred years after they began serious competition. It seems to me that these women don’t want to earn anything. They just want … Continue reading →

Linkage: 6 September, 2016 #TheTriggering

Retraction Watch readers may recall that in 2014, publisher Springer and IEEE were forced to retract more than 120 conference proceedings because the papers were all fakes, written by the devilishly clever SCIgen program and somehow published after peer review. So perhaps it was inevitable that fake computer-generated peer reviews were next. In a chapter called “Your Paper has been Accepted, Rejected, or Whatever: Automatic Generation of Scientific Paper Reviews,” a group of researchers at the University of Trieste “investigate the feasibility of a tool capable of generating fake reviews for a given scientific paper automatically.” And 30% of the … Continue reading →

Linkage: 30 August, 2016 #TheTriggering

Picture your typical small tribe or town. People are kept in line by rewards for doing good, and the threat of exclusion from a social group or society itself for doing bad. This contradicts the order before civilization, which was “everybody do whatever they want.” Humans have an in-built engineering flaw: they see the world through their powerful brains, but in doing so, elevate themselves above reality. They share this viewpoint with other humans and, if left alone, will create a social construct of reality based on human desires, judgments and feelings based in the ego. This creates conflict between … Continue reading →

Linkage: 23 August, 2016 #TheTriggering

Why do these reckless claims have so much appeal and staying power? For one thing, there is a lot of statistical illiteracy among journalists, feminist academics and political leaders. There is also an admirable human tendency to be protective of women—stories of female exploitation are readily believed, and vocal skeptics risk appearing indifferent to women’s suffering. Finally, armies of advocates depend on “killer stats” to galvanize their cause. But killer stats obliterate distinctions between more and less serious problems and send scarce resources in the wrong directions. They also promote bigotry. The idea that American men are annually enslaving more … Continue reading →