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(12-01-2019 06:12 AM)griffinmill Wrote:  Im in the UK, so you can imagine the pressure you're under to conform to this drinking culture.

Alcohol is poison with good PR.

I'm currently reading a book by Jason Vale about alcohol and it's totally changing the way I view it. It's the only drug in the west that you stick for NOT doing!

"Oh I only do heroin on the weekends".

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It's often the case that the benefits/disadvantages of consumption of particular elements in the diet follow a U-shaped curve - ie it is better to have a little of something rather than nothing or a lot of something.

It seems that way with wine too, at least in regard to dementia;

https://www.rt.com/news/434903-alcohol-c...tia-study/

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People who don’t drink alcohol are at as much of a risk of developing dementia as people who drink excessively, according to a new study by researchers who recommend wine as a way to ward off the degenerative brain disease.


Middle-aged moderate wine drinkers, in particular, are at a reduced risk of developing dementia in comparison to teetotalers, the study, published in the British Medical Journal, says. In fact, researchers found those who abstain from alcohol are 45 percent more likely to develop dementia than those who drink about half a bottle of wine per week.

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So, even if a teetotaller did manage to live longer than a moderate wine-drinker (Spoiler - they tend not to), that time might very well be spent in a care home. Now, I know that 'correlation is not causation', but try getting that sentence out of your mouth once you have dementia.

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An interesting comment under his video about suicide:

Quote:Winston Wolf:
They're commiting suicide in record numbers because they're being replaced by the 3rd world and being called "incel" and "nazi" for complaining.

Tess W:
That's not a good excuse to kill yourself , ESPECIALLY if you come from a political side that supports freedom of speech. It's just words. Why would people kill themselves because someone called them names....sounds a little "snowflakey".

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Tess W Because people call them names? How bout the fact these “names” stick if you’re not well adjusted and known in a community. How bout the fact young white men with opinions that advocate for themselves and not women and minorities mindlessly are basically shunned and exiled. You know how many woman won’t even consider you for dating just cause you support trump? Combine that with the pool of women attracted to you already being small. It’s just an attack on everything that men need to be happy and fulfilled. And then the men who just feel satisfied with porn and drugs treat those of us who complain about the state of society like we’re just annoying losers. And that sticks to us as well cause we are already exiled. The government doesn’t even have to crack down on conservatives. The people just do it themselves.
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(12-01-2019 11:01 AM)Teedub Wrote:  
(12-01-2019 06:12 AM)griffinmill Wrote:  Im in the UK, so you can imagine the pressure you're under to conform to this drinking culture.

Alcohol is poison with good PR.

I'm currently reading a book by Jason Vale about alcohol and it's totally changing the way I view it. It's the only drug in the west that you stick for NOT doing!

"Oh I only do heroin on the weekends".

I used to be an awful drunk, and giving it up was the best decision of my life. It really is pretty crazy how socially acceptable, and even encouraged, it is to get drunk (high) off a drug just because it's legal. At first it was difficult to turn it down and I worried about what people would think, but now I couldn't care less and I'm even proud to say no. I think a lot of people even respect it. Being around drunk people while you're sober is also very eye opening to how dangerous booze can be. Even many of the less extreme drunks abuse it.

There's nothing wrong with people drinking responsibly, but I wish I had never started. What a waste of time. At least I learned some valuable life lessons along the way.
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(12-01-2019 10:51 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(12-01-2019 06:12 AM)griffinmill Wrote:  
(09-10-2019 06:07 PM)gework Wrote:  I've never been a big drinker, but PJW's tweet the other day was the butterfly's wings in my decision to go teetotal.


Though the main reason is the realisation of how low quality the company is in drinking establishments. Seeing a lot of people who used to be cool fizzle out into a pit of nothingness, and people who were never cool on the road to death and boozed up young girls screeching and behaving like mindless young boys.

I've been teetotal my whole life. I'm not sure what exactly prompted me to go this path. I think it's a combination of having a father who had a drinking problem during my teenage years and twenties, and not genuinely liking the taste of the stuff. When I say I've been teetotal my whole life, I mean I've had about one beer and a few sips of wine in total. I'm now 41. I don't smoke either and am strictly anti-drug.

I'm in the UK, so you can imagine the pressure you're under to conform to this drinking culture. Dating is also complicated, because girls want to know why you're not drinking and on first dates some are already suspicious as it is. It becomes something you have to explain, which is annoying because to me it's like having to make excuses for why you don't take a highly addictive mind-altering drug that is responsible for seven types of cancer.

Alcohol is poison with good PR.

It seems to me that the guns of dietary poltical correctness, not content with firing on the meat-eaters, have recently turned their attention to alcohol. Consider these two recent articles in the house journal of wokedom: 'The Guardian':

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...h-drinking

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...act-it-had

There's definitely a trend here.

Well you can do something to excess or you can give it up completely.
I prefer the third way of moderation, a way combining the exercise of freedom, the power of self-control and the decision to enjoy what this God-given life has to offer. I am a wine-drinker and will remain so. No miserable world-improving puritan will take that away from me.

I have a glass of Croatian Plavac planned for tonight.

The Last Supper wasn't celebrated with Coca-Cola Light or a protein shake.

Good Health!

Even moderate alcohol use significantly increases your risk of cancer and Alzheimer's because it blocks your brain from producing REM sleep. During REM sleep, the body produces cancer fighting cells, and also cleans out plagues that cause Alzheimer's. You can read more about it in the book Why We Sleep by Dr. Matthew Walker.
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(12-01-2019 05:39 PM)Lazuli Waves Wrote:  
(12-01-2019 10:51 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(12-01-2019 06:12 AM)griffinmill Wrote:  
(09-10-2019 06:07 PM)gework Wrote:  I've never been a big drinker, but PJW's tweet the other day was the butterfly's wings in my decision to go teetotal.


Though the main reason is the realisation of how low quality the company is in drinking establishments. Seeing a lot of people who used to be cool fizzle out into a pit of nothingness, and people who were never cool on the road to death and boozed up young girls screeching and behaving like mindless young boys.

I've been teetotal my whole life. I'm not sure what exactly prompted me to go this path. I think it's a combination of having a father who had a drinking problem during my teenage years and twenties, and not genuinely liking the taste of the stuff. When I say I've been teetotal my whole life, I mean I've had about one beer and a few sips of wine in total. I'm now 41. I don't smoke either and am strictly anti-drug.

I'm in the UK, so you can imagine the pressure you're under to conform to this drinking culture. Dating is also complicated, because girls want to know why you're not drinking and on first dates some are already suspicious as it is. It becomes something you have to explain, which is annoying because to me it's like having to make excuses for why you don't take a highly addictive mind-altering drug that is responsible for seven types of cancer.

Alcohol is poison with good PR.

It seems to me that the guns of dietary poltical correctness, not content with firing on the meat-eaters, have recently turned their attention to alcohol. Consider these two recent articles in the house journal of wokedom: 'The Guardian':

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...h-drinking

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...act-it-had

There's definitely a trend here.

Well you can do something to excess or you can give it up completely.
I prefer the third way of moderation, a way combining the exercise of freedom, the power of self-control and the decision to enjoy what this God-given life has to offer. I am a wine-drinker and will remain so. No miserable world-improving puritan will take that away from me.

I have a glass of Croatian Plavac planned for tonight.

The Last Supper wasn't celebrated with Coca-Cola Light or a protein shake.

Good Health!

Even moderate alcohol use significantly increases your risk of cancer and Alzheimer's because it blocks your brain from producing REM sleep. During REM sleep, the body produces cancer fighting cells, and also cleans out plagues that cause Alzheimer's. You can read more about it in the book Why We Sleep by Dr. Matthew Walker.

Please see my later post at 12:56. Apparently, moderate wine drinkers get dementia less than heavier drinkers or teetotallers.

Plus this from 2018:

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"New research, which was presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual conference, has found that moderate drinking is linked to a longer life. Drinking about two glasses of wine or beer a day was linked to an 18% drop in a person’s risk of early death—an even stronger effect than the life-preserving practice of exercise, according to the researchers. The results came from the 90+ Study, a research project out of the University of California Irvine’s Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders that examines the habits of people who live to at least 90."
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https://time.com/5166514/moderate-drinki...ger-study/

The article goes on to mention all sorts of sensible caveats, probably because they don't want people drinking too much.

The fact remains: moderate red wine drinkers live longer lives.

I absolutely agree with the importance of sleep. It tends to get much less attention than it deserves compared to diet or exercise. I hardly ever set the alarm clock to wake up. There's no way it can be healthy to be torn from sleep day in and day out. I let my body decide when it wants to wake up.

Right - off to bed!

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(12-01-2019 06:23 PM)rockoman Wrote:  
(12-01-2019 05:39 PM)Lazuli Waves Wrote:  
(12-01-2019 10:51 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(12-01-2019 06:12 AM)griffinmill Wrote:  
(09-10-2019 06:07 PM)gework Wrote:  I've never been a big drinker, but PJW's tweet the other day was the butterfly's wings in my decision to go teetotal.


Though the main reason is the realisation of how low quality the company is in drinking establishments. Seeing a lot of people who used to be cool fizzle out into a pit of nothingness, and people who were never cool on the road to death and boozed up young girls screeching and behaving like mindless young boys.

I've been teetotal my whole life. I'm not sure what exactly prompted me to go this path. I think it's a combination of having a father who had a drinking problem during my teenage years and twenties, and not genuinely liking the taste of the stuff. When I say I've been teetotal my whole life, I mean I've had about one beer and a few sips of wine in total. I'm now 41. I don't smoke either and am strictly anti-drug.

I'm in the UK, so you can imagine the pressure you're under to conform to this drinking culture. Dating is also complicated, because girls want to know why you're not drinking and on first dates some are already suspicious as it is. It becomes something you have to explain, which is annoying because to me it's like having to make excuses for why you don't take a highly addictive mind-altering drug that is responsible for seven types of cancer.

Alcohol is poison with good PR.

It seems to me that the guns of dietary poltical correctness, not content with firing on the meat-eaters, have recently turned their attention to alcohol. Consider these two recent articles in the house journal of wokedom: 'The Guardian':

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...h-drinking

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...act-it-had

There's definitely a trend here.

Well you can do something to excess or you can give it up completely.
I prefer the third way of moderation, a way combining the exercise of freedom, the power of self-control and the decision to enjoy what this God-given life has to offer. I am a wine-drinker and will remain so. No miserable world-improving puritan will take that away from me.

I have a glass of Croatian Plavac planned for tonight.

The Last Supper wasn't celebrated with Coca-Cola Light or a protein shake.

Good Health!

Even moderate alcohol use significantly increases your risk of cancer and Alzheimer's because it blocks your brain from producing REM sleep. During REM sleep, the body produces cancer fighting cells, and also cleans out plagues that cause Alzheimer's. You can read more about it in the book Why We Sleep by Dr. Matthew Walker.

Please see my later post at 12:56. Apparently, moderate wine drinkers get dementia less than heavier drinkers or teetotallers.

Plus this from 2018:

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"New research, which was presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual conference, has found that moderate drinking is linked to a longer life. Drinking about two glasses of wine or beer a day was linked to an 18% drop in a person’s risk of early death—an even stronger effect than the life-preserving practice of exercise, according to the researchers. The results came from the 90+ Study, a research project out of the University of California Irvine’s Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders that examines the habits of people who live to at least 90."
------

https://time.com/5166514/moderate-drinki...ger-study/

The article goes on to mention all sorts of sensible caveats, probably because they don't want people drinking too much.

The fact remains: moderate red wine drinkers live longer lives.

I absolutely agree with the importance of sleep. It tends to get much less attention than it deserves compared to diet or exercise. I hardly ever set the alarm clock to wake up. There's no way it can be healthy to be torn from sleep day in and day out. I let my body decide when it wants to wake up.

Right - off to bed!

I wouldn't dismiss the caveats.

Quote:Many of these papers come with caveats, however. Most of them are observational, meaning they can detect patterns in a dataset, but not cause and effect. That means it’s hard to tell whether the beverages themselves are imparting longevity benefits, or if the health effects come from other lifestyle factors common among moderate drinkers, such as a strong social network.

....

The link between alcohol and cancer is strong enough that the American Society of Clinical Oncology came out with a new warning in November underscoring associations between drinking and at least seven types of cancer.

Throughout an 8 hour night pf sleep, a healthy person experiences 90 minute cycles consisting of 4 stages of sleep, two of which are called non-REM and REM. The ratio of these two changes. In the first half, the majority of those 90 minute cycles are comprised of lots of REM sleep and little REM. In the second half, you get much more REM sleep and little non-REM sleep. We spend 1/3 of your life in this finely-tuned process for important reasons, and we're just beginning to uncover those reasons. I can't recommend anyone drink regularly due to alcohol's effects on REM sleep.
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Only weird thing with PJW is to see him complain about western men's lack of maculinity when he himself looks like a 14 year old boy who happens to grow a beard.

No wonder many people believe he is gay.
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You're having a pop at someone for looking younger than they are like it's a character defect?

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Paul looks about 30 to me, at least with the beard. However, when he isn't in control of the camera angle it is apparent he has a deceptively small head.

I think it's best not to throw such people under the bus so quickly. Paul seems to be one of the broader church people who tries to forge new connections. He's also gone out on a limb numerous times, like having Tommy Robinson on when Tommy was thought of as toxic across the right. He's also had Roosh on; and spring boarded Candace Owens. You can make comments on her too, but of all that lot she is the only one who really beats the drum for family values to the people who need it most. On top of this Paul is always moving in a better direction. He quite often retweets trad-Christians and has opened the doors to groypers. He's probably one of the best gateways and best facilitators there is.

We're not really in a state to be purists about who is saying what. Schools are full of cross-dressing peados, the fake news is promoting cuckoldry and pornography...

As long as someone is on the other side of this they are generally not the enemy. The strategy is to stick your pole into their ground and drag more people to your position.

Given the state society is in it is not surprising that we had a tradthot phenomena. It has probably served us well and they have received heavy criticism for marketing themselves with their appearance. We've made progress from that point.

The only people I am against are those who are censorious and won't debate - Ben Shapiro and Charlie Kuck. I think Ben is mostly positive, but his negative side is so negative as to put him in the same column as Don Lemon. Kuck is not a conservative at all.
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He's 37 so props to him for keeping himself in good nick.

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When does PJW come out the closet? Always got a semi-gay vibe from him especially with his simpish faux dejection after Candace Owens married someone else.
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(12-04-2019 04:26 PM)Oscar Henri Wrote:  Only weird thing with PJW is to see him complain about western men's lack of maculinity when he himself looks like a 14 year old boy who happens to grow a beard.

No wonder many people believe he is gay.

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I honestly don't understand why so many (mainly) Americans seem to want him to be gay. He isn't gay. Are people jealous of him or something as it's known he has his pick of the US alt-lite girls? He was dating that Ashton Birdie for a while and she's hot and what, 15 years younger? And I recall Alex Jones years ago saying he was married or engaged, can't remember which.

In any case, some of you guys' absolute obsession over trying to insinuate he's a homo is just weird. It pops up every few pages.

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When you see an effeminate guy, you think gay.
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It's not because he's skinny. I've known grunts skinnier and smaller than him with twice the balls.

It's because of his effeminate mannerisms, him posting shit like being "excited to check out the gay nightlife scene" while traveling, and numerous hallmark traits like the drama queen acting out, attention seeking, passive aggressive behaviors
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^ which everyone knew was a joke (the nightlife thing) but pretended not to. It's poorly disguised jealousy in my opinion - just as was witnessed in the Brittany Pettibone thread regarding Martin Sellner. I don't understand it, but that's what it is.

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Look guys. He's not gay. He's just British. Learn the difference. It could save your life.

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(Yesterday 01:53 AM)Teedub Wrote:  ^ which everyone knew was a joke (the nightlife thing) but pretended not to. It's poorly disguised jealousy in my opinion - just as was witnessed in the Brittany Pettibone thread regarding Martin Sellner. I don't understand it, but that's what it is.

That how I saw it as well, the date night and gay scene tweets were PJW trolling everyone. I'm sure I saw a video a long while back, maybe christmas or new years eve where he was streaming from his living room, having a glass of wine and his missus was lurking off camera but could be heard. If he chooses to keep her anonymous then good for him.
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I too thought I'd heard that he was married. Good video, anyway.

Sure he looks like a bit of a dork, but if anything that makes him and his views more accessible and relatable to the average guy. If I thought you had to be a chisel-jawed turbochad to be part of the dissident Right... then I probably wouldn't be, because I can't relate to anything about that.
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PJW is a full-time alt media personality who takes November vacations in Spain, not someone who is posting from a basement room like Keith Woods or Morris, a very good Jewish British vlogger who was barely eeking out a minimalist existence in Cambodia. PJW is clearly funded and/or mediatized by Con Inc.

The European brand of ziocon is a lot more socially "progressive" and gay-friendly vs. the American brand, which is more geared towards Evangelicals and defines itself as being "anti-SJW", attacking the low-hanging fruit, always focusing on the symptoms, but never offering a wider framework that would identify the stringleaders, who will often be their source of income.





The main goals of the ziocon machine is to advance the zionist agenda and to keep the natives into individualistic neoliberal boomer "conservatism" plantation, which has been gutting out our middle classes and eroding our economic power.

A large part of the ziocon machine in Europe focus mainly on Islam, as opposed to mass immigration, with a side dish of anti-SJW. They have to attack Islam from the left because the trad right is their real enemy, so they will sponsors gays (Pim Fortuyn, Anne Marie Waters) and feminists (usually women of color that are easy on the eyes, like Irsi Ali). That's why PJW has consistently been gay-friendly.

Well-funded, mainstream alt-rightists like PJW and Alex Jones have recently noticed the shift in the alt right from Con Inc to trad Christian right, so they are taking a slight tack in that direction in order to stay relevant. That's why Alex Jones invited EMJ recently, Molyneux paid lip service to the groypers, and PJW is starting to talk about deeper subjects like porn as a social control tool. But they will not focus on the deeper cultural element that is powering globohomo, which is the same element that is keeping them on the air and paying them.

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(12-04-2019 04:26 PM)Oscar Henri Wrote:  Only weird thing with PJW is to see him complain about western men's lack of maculinity when he himself looks like a 14 year old boy who happens to grow a beard.

No wonder many people believe he is gay.

Character, attitude and pulling your weight count more for being a man than just ones appearance. I've met plenty a grown man who look "alpha" on the outside and put on a mask of bravado but panic when shit hits the fan or are more afraid to get their nails dirty than women.

Actions dictate the worth of a man. Not looks or words.

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Watson (currently) gets $20,350 per month in donations from SubscribeStar. I imagine he gets something similar per month from Alex Jones; don't know if he has other irons in the fire.

So by UK terms he is in the top 1% on his direct income; and likely the same on The US scale.

On his holidays to Spain. The apartment he stayed at is his mother's.

Here he is in Oct 2019:





Same apartment in Dec 2017:



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(Yesterday 12:20 AM)gework Wrote:  I think it's best not to throw such people under the bus so quickly. Paul seems to be one of the broader church people who tries to forge new connections.

We're not really in a state to be purists about who is saying what.

As long as someone is on the other side of this they are generally not the enemy.
I strongly agree that people need to be less purist, to be pragmatic and focus on effectiveness, to find common ground and work together on what people agree on rather than obsessing over what you don't. The not-left, as I call this "anyone right of Stalin" cohort that is seen as all equally vile and worthy of censor and violence by the leftist herd, has to find a way to work together where it counts or we will eventually all be devoured by the globalist thought police.
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