There aren't very many of you out there. The few views we receive do not justify the amount of time we spend writing articles. We started off writing disjointed rants to get things off our proverbial chest, but now we wish to produce more original, informed and professional pieces, and thus we will need a better platform.
In the past seven months we've become a lot more serious about politics. We've begun to ask questions that one isn't supposed to ask. We've reached conclusions that would outrage our former fellow travelers.
We no longer wish to promote increasing individual liberty. There are more pressing issues. Even if a liberty candidate like Ron Paul were to win, he would not address the most troubling problems on the horizon which people have blinded themselves to with belief in egalitarianism.
Within certain confines liberty philosophy makes sense, and within these confines the practice of it makes for peaceable high-functioning societies.
But the world will change for the worse, liberty or not. Politics must no longer be about elections but rather preserving populations on a small scale.
The reality is that we face dilemma between turning into Haiti and staving this slide off by moving toward a Brave New World Society.
The only way to prevent the world from sinking into an abyss of Haitian proportions is to move closer to an ideal hierarchical society with hierarchies based on physical reality that determine reproductive quotas.
In light of this it seems incidents of local corruption or incremental abridgements of liberty --the usual subjects of discussion on this blog -- are but insignificant quibbles in the grand scheme of history. Although such topics are pressing at the moment, they will not matter centuries into the future.
What shapes the horizon is what we've been ignoring all these years.