Leapdragon 2016 - Aron Hsiao Was Here

The older I get,  §

the less well aligned I am with either conservative or liberal positions on life, politics, and society. It’s not that I walk some sort of “tightrope,” either. My views are simply more radical in either direction than most, and comprise a mishmash of opinions that would be called either ultraconservative or ultraliberal.

Right now, I don’t think there’s enough death in the world. Or rather, I don’t think death is spread evenly enough throughout the assortment of nations and societies on earth.

I don’t think there’s enough sexism in the world, either. It’s not a “man’s world” anymore, and really, that’s a pity and to the detriment of society.

Somebody needs to wake up and get property redistribution going again. Maybe after putting the wealthy up against the wall.

The world is too soft, period. What social liberalism and identity politics have bought us is a soft, mushy world in which it is that much harder to name and fight against real injustice, because the category of “injustice” has become full of petulance and personal annoyances.

Here’s to a harder, more murderous, more ruthlessly fair world in which there is less room for silly compassion and identity-driven or preference-driven concessions.