© Fernando Caracena, 2018
Beam me up Scotty, there is not intelligent life down here!
I am an individualist, not as a convert, but as a practitioner. I absorbed my individualism through my mother's milk. My family were individualistic practitioners as well--that we all tacitly understood.
As an individualist, I am only indirectly concerned that most of the internet wayfarers will point and click and quickly move from my site onto some site that has more amusing pictures, videos, or animations. Type may be old fashioned, but you will find that most of the wisdom of the ages is in type and bound up into books. What really concerns me is where the abandonment of wisdom leads: indiocracy. In indiocracy, there is no room for individualism. Individualists would have either gone extinct or long abandoned such a society and struck off into the wilderness to make a go of it on their own. However, the idiots of ideocracy are still smart enough to track down individualists and bring them back into the fold. One way that they can do this is through their children. Capture them before they can develop independent thought then fill their minds with socialized garbage. This is the topic of a conversation between Dr Duke Pesta and Stefan Molyneux in a video entitled, The Dangers of Common Core. Look at the video and let me know what you think about it.