Photographer: Dmitry Belyaev
Very relevant topic given current events.
“Isolated and awkward, a privileged young man struggles with feelings of inadequacy towards the opposite sex. Not knowing how to handle initial rejection, he insanely concludes that if he isn’t taken by his early 20’s, what’s the point. Like any sociopath, the blame for his failures is not his own, but the fault of all the world’s beautiful women who failed to see what a supreme gentlemen he really is.” — IMDB (now deleted)
The case of Elliot Roger …
“We are not punished for our sins, but by them.”
— Elbert Hubbard
Who Killed Captain Alex: Uganda’s First Action Movie was produced, written, directed, shot, and edited by Nabwana IGG from his home in Wakaliga, Uganda. Made for under $200 – using real blood and a modified car jack for a tripod – the film became a sensation in the slums of Uganda while the trailer went viral in Europe, South America, and the US. Who Killed Captain Alex is available for FREE via YouTube, Torrent, BitTorrent Bundle, and as a HiRes download from the official website.
Every time socialism fails, its supporters claim it wasn’t “real” socialism. So no matter how many times socialism fails, it never “really” fails.
“Life is suffering.
Love is the desire to see unnecessary suffering ameliorated.
Truth is the handmaiden of love.
Dialogue is the pathway to truth.
Humility is recognition of personal insufficiency and the willingness to learn.
To learn is to die voluntarily and be born again, in great ways and small.
So speech must be untrammeled, so that dialogue can take place.
So that we can all humbly learn.
So that truth can serve love.
So that suffering can be ameliorated.
So that we can all stumble forward to the Kingdom of God.”
— Professor Jordan B. Peterson, Banned lecture at Linfield College: Ethics and Free Speech