I Want YOU to Pick the Next Thing I Write About on Culturcidal
I want to hear what YOU Have to Say
Most columns on Culturcidal are being read by more than 10,000 people and there are some getting over 20,000 eyeballs. Of course, I’d like to get more of those people to be paid subscribers, but I’d also just like to hear from more of you in the comments section.
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Towards that end, if you have a question you want me to answer, a topic you want me to cover, or just want to see an important cultural issue addressed that you think gets skipped over, feel free to ask it in the comments.
I can’t promise that I can cover every single thing that’s asked, but I do want to use Culturcidal to discuss the cultural topics people are most interested in. That goes double for the topics people are afraid to talk about in other places. So, now is your chance. What do you want to know? What do you want to hear discussed? Ask away in the comments section!
Topic suggestion: The overwhelming number of unqualified, poorly qualified and morally deficient candidates now being submitted by both parties in, in my opinion, an insult to the heritage of those who founded our country and made it once great. (football players, quack doctors, fake journalists, rich famous celebrities, etc.)
You said to mention things that no one wants to talk about, so here's one. Write a column about how the left, esp. white college educated women, infantilize "people of color" by asserting that it's somehow racist to hold everyone to the same standards of performance such that we need to continue in perpetuity "affirmative action." Maybe a related essay on the infamous Smithsonian exhibit that lists all the traits of "whiteness," and again, how somehow it's racist to insist on excellence, completing task completely and on time, etc. How exactly does a country do well without insisting on such things, anyways?