Cool Statue

This is a single statue, sculpted with a demure woman in back and a confident man in front. The mirror allows the viewer to see both sides at once.

What I find interesting about this statue is how, despite the strange duality, the body languages of the man and woman halves seem so natural and normal. We expect feminine deference from a young pretty woman, and masculine stridency from a self-assured man, and that satisfied expectation balances our initial feelings of disorientation.





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  1. I went to check out her butt, but then got a nasty surprise.

    [CH: lol]

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  2. He seems to have an itch he cannot scratch.

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  3. He looks kinda creepy

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  4. on October 11, 2015 at 11:38 pm Hair Slicked Back With Swag So Fresh

    The man leads and his woman follows. That’s the way it was and that’s the way it will always be.

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  5. No overflowing abdominal fat? Where is nose ring , purple wig and ankle tattoo? Hideous display what patriarchal society did to that poor woman …

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    • At least tumblrettes have good teeth and aren’t illiterate. They’re also nice enough to kill their babies in the womb rather than exposing them.

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    • indeed but empowerment does miracles

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      • What sandwich? She ate all the food!

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 11:51 am The Burninator

        The delusion of these beasts. Like she could make a demand of any sane man and expect to get it “just because”. She has zero attractiveness, she likely has to force Scotch down a man’s throat until he passes out just to hold hands with him. And now she demands? Fuck you, tubby.

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 1:29 pm Pyjama Wearing Ninja

        How do these obese whales get laid? Seriously, I’d rather bang my dick against a washing machine until it bleeds than fuck the woman in that picture. I wouldn’t even be able to get it up anyway. lol

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      • Make it a SUPER Dagwood.

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  6. Notice he has subtle devil horns to indicate a Satyr like nature.

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  7. That’s a wonderful piece of art! Was it made before the year 1914?

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  8. I will die happy knowing that my son is strong, handsome, and popular — and that my daughter brings stark raving terror to any females that are breathing
    within 10 yards of her presence.
    Amen,.,

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  9. I know normal western people crave the masculine/feminine dynamic. Had a chic come over, she spotted my dumbbell. ‘Ooh, do a couple curl things. Please’. I felt kind of stupid and made a comment about that to her, but went ahead and did a couple half-assed curls. Her IOIs spiked and she was getting close to me etc. She wanted a demonstration of masculine behavior just like I like demonstrations of femininity from my chics. Pulling up a stocking, brushing her hair out of her face, blushing. Many more sub conscious micro-attractions. The world is not lost, waiting for the pendulum. Cheers

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  10. but forget all that
    let us learn something useful; how to clean Paris streets using femen-ist whores

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 11:18 am The Burninator

      What ugly, nasty cunts; vile beasts whose very appearance justifies the oppression of their person. Crude, bitter, mindless whores with a whole cache of Victim Faces ready for the American cameras, despite being in Paris.

      The only way to make those pictures better would be to see a live video of them being flogged and beaten. Stupid anti-civilization wenches with no sense, no brains and no souls. To hell with the lot of them.

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 9:46 pm Sean Fielding

        They’re not physically ugly. Left to the free market, only hideous make-me-a-sandwich whales would do Femen stuff, even in Paris, where women are thinner than in Amerika.

        But uncle Georgie Soros pays these femen well, because he knows that the better looking they are, the better this Eskimo shit will work. Like porn.

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    • These pics look like close-ups of a Bosch (sp?) painting.

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    • I’m beginning to think these Muzzies have something worth a closer consideration.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 12:05 pm Each Pond Gone

      Paris witch trials. 3, 2, 1. More concentration = more diligence.

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    • The gal in the far right of the second picture… that expression is what I imagine Strapon’s face evinces quite often.

      lzozlzozlozlozlozlozlozlozlozl

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    • Anyone know to which Order these nuns belong?

      I’m guessing the Bishop is going to have to have a stern word with Mother Superior over their choice of habit.

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    • I thought it only matters in CEO posts and STEM fields. Glad, they finally balance gender inequality in street cleaner profession.

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  11. good last couple of posts, and cool statue indeed

    going to give the step 15 year old a talking to on the whys and wherefores of her role in the future. i know her mom will take the position she needs to have ‘a career to fall back on’ but as i was thinking on maximizing her value (and happiness) i realized… no, she doesn’t really need an ‘education’ or a career to fall back on

    she needs to marry well, and know she has a family to fall back on in case of disaster. the entire college-and-cock-carousel-career-track is a self-fulfilling prophecy of failure

    anyway it’s not exactly getting me laid with any early 20s working on this, but i do appreciate getting some perspective here so that i can easily explain why exactly she needs to stay a sweet and innocent young lady until she’s ready for a family, instead of ten years through the ringer in her prime years, another ten years in an unhappy marriage, and a half century of bitterness before death

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 1:05 pm The Spirit Within

      Have that talking to, but it’s not one-size-fits-all. Ask yourself 3 questions:

      1) Scale of 1-10, how hot is she?
      2) In one word, what’s her essential personality?
      3) Does she have sub-average, average, or above-average brains?

      Those answers will determine her options. If she’s a wildebeest or has a horrific personality, but also 120 IQ, encourage the career route. If she’s a solipsistic smokeshow with zero interests outside of lip gloss, then encourage the marriage route. If she’s totally ordinary in all three categories …. well, there’s no clear answer, and best of luck.

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    • you say the mom will take the position that she needs a career to fall back on. sounds like you really need to get her on board with your line of thinking. women listen to and watch each other more than anything else so it’s great that you are there to give advice but the daughter also needs this to come from her mom and other good female role models as well.

      try appealing to the mom’s motherly protective instincts. she probably thinks she’s looking out for the girl’s best interests but she really isn’t. she’s going to do her daughter a disservice if she persists with pushing the wrong message. remind her that going off to college will mean sorority parties, casual hook ups, and a loss of her innocence. that she’ll end up bitter, unhappy, and settling for a subpar man someday because she made choices like those women you mentioned.

      then anytime you see an unhappy bitter woman like that, you need to point that out to the daughter. do it right in front of the mom. every single time. remind them that those women aren’t victims of circumstance. they are like that as a direct result of the bad choices they made.

      also point out the women you see who took a different path and how their good choices made for a better happier life. rave about them. how sweet they are, what good cooks they are. how much you like this or that about them. this will probably make your girl jealous if she sees positive qualities in other women that she doesn’t have herself. she and the daughter will probably get defensive and say you’re way off base. but they will also see a man they admire looking at other women in a positive light. women are competitive more than anything and they will want that same kind of attention from you.

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  12. Nope. This isn’t about male-female duality, but about good and evil.

    [CH: same difference. heh.]

    That’s not a man. He looks confident because he’s a Devil. A real devil. See the horns on his head.

    Carved out of a single block of wood, the famous double statue in Salar Jung Museum showing two life-size figures – Mephistopheles in front and Margaretta at the back. Margaretta and Mephistopheles symbolise good and evil respectively. With rare ingenuity, remarkable insight into the characters and superb craftsmanship, the sculptor has brought out in one piece of wood the agents of love and hate in all their life-like attitudes and elements.

    You can see better detail of the face… and the demon’s horns… in this pic.

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  13. This is acceptable.

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  14. […] Source: Heartiste […]

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  15. gay

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  16. on October 12, 2015 at 4:17 am meistergedanken

    The beast with two FRONTS!

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  17. The statue is von Goethe’s Mephistopheles and Margaretta. Mephistopheles is, of course, Old Nick himself, the charming and persuasive (i.e., dark triadic) arch-tempter, and Margaretta is simple, innocent and fair, used by the devil to tempt Faust.
    The statue is striking on a number of levels. Apropos of recent discussions, it is a powerful reminder of the artistic marvels that Western Civ. used to produce. Male dominance / female submissiveness as a duality, if you look at it from just the right angle (red pill)…two hundred years ago, the reversal of this order would have been unthinkable. That white Europeans and their descendants have allowed the distinction to become muddled is the modern tragedy.

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    • Goethe’s “Faust” is also a prime example of 19th-Century pedestalization of women as the “fairer” sex, a phony notion that still haunts the remnants of Western Civ to this day, meaning women are somehow more virtuous than men, when really “fair” refers to their relatively pale skin hue.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 1:33 pm Pyjama Wearing Ninja

      I wish German wasn’t so fucking difficult because I’d like to read Goethe in his own language rather than read translations. His depiction of the devil is epic.

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      • There are two works in Western literature that are absolutely essential to read in their native tongues for FULL appreciation…

        Faust and Don Quixote.

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  18. The Yin and the Yang melded beautifully.

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  19. on October 12, 2015 at 5:04 am Laguna Beach Fogey

    Notice that he doesn’t slouch, and instead proudly thrusts out his chest. Also, his beard.

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  20. Actually, that’s not a man, that’s the devil (notice the horns). Thus, it’s a commentary that women, while demure and loving on the outside, are selfish and evil on the inside. Now where have I heard that before? It’s almost like people hundreds of years ago knew something…

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    • I’ve witnessed that which a wise man once stated, a woman find god after the devil no longer have use for her.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 6:11 am Captain Tautological

      What’s the piece that CH linked to? I don’t recognize the style of CH’s piece in any sort of historical milieu which I’m familiar with. It looks like carved wood with stain and/or paint, and it also looks like the mirror was carved to go with the statue. The underlying message is sufficiently interpret-able to get it placed in a modern politically correct institution – the femc*nts and Gay Lettuce Bacon Tomato can interpret it to mean that within every arrogant Donald Trump there’s a submissive Lena Dungheap just waiting to be s0d0mized, but the message is also sufficiently Truth-y to be subversive.

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 6:30 am Captain Tautological

        Okay, from what I can tell by googling, it’s carved Sycamore, entitled “Mephistopheles and Margaretta”, out of FRANCE [???], which found its way to the Salarjung Museum, in Hyderabad, India. ARTIST UNKNOWN. Maybe an old British Officer, who had studied German Lit or Classics at University, possible with a proclivity for Teh Naughty, might have picked it up on his travels [he might have even commissioned it to be carved?] and then took it with him to the Orient? Where he’d be safe from the wrath of the Victorian morality crew? The British Upper Crust do seem to trail only the Eskimos in blazing new trails into the Forbidden Zone.

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 6:38 am Captain Tautological

        From what I know about woodworking, that is an epic slab of Sycamore – no cracks in it at all [as far as I can see]. The real masters there would have been the guys who cured the wood so as to keep it from cracking. And then to move it to the humidity of India and the wood still didn’t crack? Wow. Very very impressed. Epic wood curing is becoming a lost art. In conjunction with the mirror, it is an absolutely magnificent piece of Art.

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 6:50 am Captain Tautological

        And the Artist even re-cycled the arms – Mephistopheles’s right arm, in the small of his back, which pushes forward his entire torso so as to induce Alpha male posturing and body language and peacocking, wraps around precisely so as to also become Margaretta’s left arm at her waist, over which she is respectfully bowing to her [Uber Sh!t-] Lord. Ergo that arm functions as a DOUBLE FULCRUM – simultaneously establishing both his dominance over her and her submissiveness to him. Talk about SUBVERSIVE!!!

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 7:00 am Captain Tautological

        And then there’s one other fascinating mathematical trick in this piece – because the mirror reverses our sense of Margaretta’s orientation, when the visitor stands before the mirror, it appears that the “Double Fulcrum” is simultaneously both Mephistopheles’s AND Margaretta’s RIGHT arm. Which of course it can’t be – not in Reality – and yet that’s what our mind senses. This piece is simply magnificent.

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 7:59 am FuriousFerret

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 9:25 am mendozatorres

        Margaretta, well could you help me place this call
        See, the number on the match book is old and faded

        …oops, it’s operator! D’oh

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 1:08 pm Carlos Danger

        I’d enjoy a trip to the Louvre with you CO.

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 2:11 pm Captain Tautological

        CD, it’s what I keep telling MENDOZA TORRES [!!!] – get to a venue like the Huntington or the Getty and start talking up the Art History Majors with Manosphere/Dark-Enlightenment interpretations of the various pieces on display, and if your cadence and delivery is right [deep slow sonorous hypnotic voice], then they’ll quickly get so wet that they’ll bend over and take it Doggie Style from you in the janitorial closet down the hall. Maybe slip a $20 to the janitor to leave it unlocked for you. Or else Man Up and ravage them in the restroom [he11, they’re all tranny bathrooms in Kalifornia now anyway].

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 3:47 pm mendozatorres

        I’m closer to the Getty, so might have to hit that up.

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      • God’s sakes, man, don’t be encouraging jazzing in the museum. The museum is a TEMPLE. Save that shit for the Ramada.

        Think De Palma’s “Dressed to Kill”. Seductive mystery in the gallery. Save the carnal stuff for the taxi ride at least.

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 8:22 pm mendozatorres

        You had to bring up Dressed to Kill, a film that still haunts me to this day.

        Underrated DePalma film. Great pacing, cinematography. Too bad it falls apart at the end.

        Blow Out is another great film. That one has a hauntingly rewarding payoff at the end. Creepy good stuff.

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    • No homo, I assume?

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  21. dat contrapposto doe

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  22. That’s the Mephistopheles/Margaretta statue representing Evil (Meph) and Good (Marg). It’s inspired by Faust.

    And it is an excellent piece of work.

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    • Along with Wagner’s Ring and the Sistine Chapel, I think a strong case can be made to include Goethe’s Faust in a list of the absolute premier works of Western fine arts.

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      • I would submit that it already is.

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      • Aaah, it’s only so-so. Goethe’s novel “The Sufferings of Young Werther,” when read from the proper ironical perspective that the author intended, is far better, far more red-pill. Unfortunately, the young men of Goethe’s time who read it IDENTIFIED with the protagonist rather than realizing that Goethe was MOCKING his antagonist and holding him out as an example of someone to not be emulated. Werther is a swoony, woman-worshiping dupe with a literally terminal case of one-itis.

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      • Sorrows better than the (ahem) “so-so” Faust?

        Avaunt, philistine. 😡

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      • Yeah, “The Sorrows of Young Werther” is an historical milestone and a great read, but putting it over “Faust” is like placing “Surfin’ USA” over “Pet Sounds”.

        “Faust” is certainly an “absolute premiere work”, as Greg put it– arguably the most important post-Renaissance work of World Literature– even if, I admit, parts of it really aren’t my cup of tea, and Rebecca West had some ungracious but not altogether uninsightful criticisms to make of Goethe’s entire oeuvre.

        hard9bf is mostly reading TSoYW correctly. But keep things in perspective. TSoYW is a youthful tour-de-force, but Faust is a giant masterwork.

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    • Die Hexen zu dem Brocken ziehn,
      Die Stoppel ist gelb, die Saat ist grün.
      Dort sammelt sich der große Hauf,
      Herr Urian sitzt oben auf.
      So geht es über Stein und Stock,
      Es farzt die Hexe, es stinkt der Bock.

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  23. That was an excellent description, man. Praise of good art serves to deepen the effect, revealing facets one might have missed.

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  24. http://m.thestar.com/#/article/life/technology/2015/10/11/why-biohacker-had-a-microchip-implanted-in-his-hand.html?referrer=http%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2Fw0P4w9Jxmo

    “Man has microchip implanted in hand.”

    It’s starting in earnest now. Of course, all very innocuous, framed as techy and nerdy, and useful against hacking.

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  25. You can also see it as a sly commentary on women. Here’s demure Margarethe . . . but what’s her other side? The devil!

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  26. A good woman always has your back.

    In the modern version of this, the man would be stooped and cringing, raising an arm to defend himself. The back side of the raised arm would be the woman ready to strike him. The man stooped forward, the woman arched aggressively to attack.

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  27. Wretched evil and broken misery as one. Great statue.

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  28. That is what you call art! Not the modern obscenities that passes for it today .

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  29. on October 12, 2015 at 8:10 am Miss Westerner

    Has any of you ever questioned why are women suppose to be skinny and submissive? Or why do most men think a woman becomes ugly if she gains even a little weight and becomes her own person?

    Anyone who does has been brainwashed by the media,

    [CH: the media can’t create sexual desire from nothing, at best it can only amplify desire that already exists in the soul of man (and woman).]

    which sets unrealistic standards for all of us.

    [the media doesn’t set attractiveness standards. that’s the job of the god of biomechanics.]

    It has always been slender women who are seen as the desirable ones, and it’s led many women to anorexia, bulimia and depression.

    [bullshit. anorexia is rare compared to female obesity. your feminist boilerplate is tired, old, and full of fatty indignation.]

    Hollywood actresses for the most part are thin because they don’t want to be criticized for being overweight. The same explanation holds for the average portrayal of girls in any media outlet. Try spending some time away from what constitutes popular culture and see if your taste in women changes in any meaningful way.

    [it won’t. the first thermonuclear blast of lust i experienced as an impudent stripling arose from deep within me. the “media” had nothing to do with it.]

    You might be surprised at what you will find out.

    [doubtful.]

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    • Oh alright then, we’ll all become fatty fuckers because were making you feel unattractive.

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    • If “Miss Westerner” is less than 30 years old and an American, she may in fact be unaware of the fact that fat disgusting piggies with thunder thighs are the norm now, but this wasn’t the case up through the early 90s.

      Normal plain girls were thin. Fatties were rare. Those wierd 1:1:1 ratio barrell-shaped female torsos on women we now don’t even consider fat, which you see EVERYWHERE now (broad shoulders, small tits, thick waistlines, narrow asses, thick thighs) did not exist then.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 11:22 am The Burninator

      It has always been slender women who are seen as the desirable ones

      This is true. Across history and cultures. So maybe you can take a fucking clue that this isn’t a “social construct” that “force” you to remain healthy, it is our FUCKING DNA, you dumb bint.

      Less time posting here, less time eating garbage and more time in the gym for you. Begone.

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    • Ms. W.

      Very weak.

      And I bet your sandwiches are shitty too. Please refer to the this blog’s advice on being first rate woman rather than being second rate males.

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    • Or why do most men think a woman becomes ugly if she gains even a little weight and becomes her own person?

      I’ll let a few extra pounds slide, toots…

      … but watch that “own person” bullshit.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 1:06 pm Carlos Danger

      Your arguments lose all their power as soon as you go to Europe. Sorry, American women are fat now and didn’t used to be. Moreoever, they were all eating normally when I was a kid and a young man and not getting fat. When you throw in belligerent, boorish, and uncultured, it makes it tough to be seen in public with you. You write just like that other troll from yesterday’s post too.

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      • was just in Moscow…ratio of fat to thin is insanely good there. Compared to DC, it’s another planet. Nearly EVERY younger girl/woman I saw, and most of the older ones, were FIT. And by fit I mean “making me turn to anorexia, unrealistic standards, patriarchy wah wah wah!!!!!!!!!!11” fit. Every damned woman used to look thin here in the US.

        The reality this stupid bitch doesn’t get is, without someone TELLING WOMEN WHAT THE FUCK TO DO, women will invariably DO THE WRONG THING like a fucking kid or a pet. If you do not place LIMITS on them, they have none of their own. They will act on whatever emotion is presently strongest.

        Think about society- laws, ethics, duties, magna cartas. These are examples of MEN telling THEMSELVES, “this is the scope and extent of our expected and obliged behaviors. This is the social contract.” When the fuck has a woman EVER come up with an OBLIGATION she has to another person? When has a woman ever bound HERSELF to anyone else in a non-sexual context? All they ever do is act on impulse and then rationalize later.

        I get it, women DON’T LIKE being shamed, but they WILL NOT behave themselves without it. They will end up en masse, fat, tattooed skank sluts that nobody wants.

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      • Obligation and appreciation are seldom, if ever, to be found in a woman’s dictionary.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 1:09 pm mendozatorres

      Women aren’t supposed to be skinny and submissive. They are born that way.

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      • on October 13, 2015 at 5:05 am Miss Westerner

        they aren’t born that way. they’re conditioned to behave this way because the patriarchy opresses them and forces gender roles on all of us. You may not realise it but the patriarchy also harms you by limiting your choice in women and making you want only what is acceptably considered beautiful, leaving other humans traits unexplored. and just because it has always been this way in the history of humankind it’s no reason to not change this insidious power structure. breaking the barrier of convention was what allowed women to be liberated and now they’re free to pursue their own passions and inclinations rather than remain trapped at home, slaving away at the endless chore of making hubby’s life comfortable while he always had his way in all matters.

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      • Riddle me this Miss Westerner –
        There is only a species if there is procreation.
        Successful procreation requires health or drugs – and drugs are the bane of new life generally and to be limited if wise
        Procreation is also dependent on MALE arousal – much of which is based not on your “media created image” but from genetics that have existed for millenia that have programmed him to search for a health mate.
        Women have a far more limited window for procreation.

        So as you slide past your window for continuing the species, with a wonderful career that keeps you from bearing children, and continue to become less healthy (read fatter), who do you think is going to look back in fifty years at your wonderful life and give thanks for it? The third generation descendants of your cats? Sorry, but the next generation after your death will not know you.

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      • She’s probably a post-Wall female.

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      • on October 13, 2015 at 2:57 pm mendozatorres

        You may not realise it but the patriarchy also harms you by limiting your choice in women and making you want only what is acceptably considered beautiful, leaving other humans traits unexplored.

        Nope.

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    • lol.

      I’m really sorry you are ugly and fat, and that the only sexual attention you can get is from blacks, non-blacks with no confidence, and lesbians.

      It’s not your fault your dad doesn’t love you; that you’re a complete loser; and that you are completely alone in your life.

      Well, maybe a little.

      Feminist triggering rape!

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    • who bitch dis is?

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 1:46 pm Pyjama Wearing Ninja

      What’s funny is that my country, behind the Iron Curtain, had the same beauty standards that the media ‘brainwashed’ Americans with. Here we share most classes with the same people in university too: half the girls had 24″ waists; none were anorexic. So piss off, stop stuffing your face with sugar and other carbs and move your ass off the couch.

      Heck, my grandfathers liked the same kind of women I like and one of them was born in a village with no electricity.

      Also, there isn’t any double standard here. I’m expected to be athletic, charismatic, well dressed and be good in bed(aka not just lay on my back and expect an orgasm for breathing). Do you see men whining about it like children? Grow the fuck up. You have a choice to make: you either accommodate the desires of the men you like(I assume you don’t like the losers who’d take you as you are) or drop out of the dating market and stfu. It’s called being an adult and you might like trying that sometime instead of blaming everyone else except yourself for your failures of attracting a mate(and yes, this is about you, I’m yet to see an attractive woman whine about the unfairness of being expected to be pretty).

      I have no idea how you look like and even if you’re as unprepossessing as I assume, your looks aren’t even your ugliest feature. Your mentality is.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 7:57 pm Vagina dominator

      anorexia, bulimia and the related depression/brain disfunctions are caused by bacteria imbalances in the intestines.

      paleo + probiotics = cure

      You’re welcome.

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    • “Hollywood actresses for the most part are thin because they don’t want to be criticized for being overweight.”

      Exactly, because acting has standards. Everday women once had them too.

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  30. on October 12, 2015 at 8:28 am mendozatorres

    She’s got a nice rack, solid core.

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  31. It’s Columbus Day. If the public wants it changed to Discoverer’s Day to recognize everybody who came to North America whether by intent or by luck, then all right. But I don’t buy in to Indigenous People’s Day. Yes it was probably wrong to trample the first-heres. But I can’t read articles about it without wondering if they’re not the least bit grateful for the science and technology that the White European both brought with him and kept developing.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 11:53 am The Burninator

      They seem pretty fond of air conditioning and electronic gambling machines in their casinos.

      We went to war with them, they lost. They accepted it pretty well and get along fine nowadays. It’s the White Guilt shit thrown out by White SJW’s that cause all of these stupid “We are one, we love the indigenous people” bullshit events/days.

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    • Dude…the injuns weren’t the first here. Kennewick Man Rape.

      Salutrians were inarguably here first, even the popsci outlets have acknowledged this. EUROPEANS were here first. They were genocided by the asiatics.

      Columbus was merely retaking this land for his people, giving it back to its rightful owners.

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    • Considering they were wiping each other out, they simply lost to the new toughest tribe. Not likely to see many Cat(Erie) tribe casinos because the Iroquois killed them before the white men could.

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  32. on October 12, 2015 at 9:34 am Englishman Abroad

    Yeah, but CH, can’t you come up with a less insipid title for this post…

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  33. Compare this with andy Warhol being considered great for painting a Campbell’s chicken noodle soup can. We’ve really progressed well.

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 2:26 pm Captain Tautological

      Campbell’s defends ‘Star Wars’ commercial with gay fathers http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3347484/posts

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 2:56 pm Captain Tautological

        You know, speaking of “Art”, George Lucas sold out to the Jewsney/Pixar/ABC/J00SPN conglomerate right before the Obama cap gains tax increase, so J00sney had to have collaborated with Campbell’s on that particular use of the “intellectual property” and the depiction of the s0d0mite “fathers”. You simply cannot be too paranoid in trying not to misunderestimate just how much “our” elites HATE US.

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      • Skywalker has two daddies?

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  34. Cool statue, CH. Come to the White House.

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  35. on October 12, 2015 at 10:47 am The Spirit Within

    He looks like John McAfee.

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  36. The natural emotive disposition of healthy man = exuberant aggression. What is the female correspondent? I think this artist is capturing something I want to see but still can’t see. I see the disposition of the man (and I feel this strongly within myself as well), but the woman? I’ve been on the hunt for this, for a bit more than two months now and I’m still haven’t found anything that seems right. What is the natural emotive disposition of a healthy woman?

    [CH: passionate deference.]

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  37. OT, I penned a short broadway play, exploring the curious psychological components of miscegenation, entitled: “Mudfistoles and Naggeretta” – A Modern Mudsharked Family.
    A 14-yr old girl arrives at the family home with an Africoon in tow. NAGGERETTA: “Mom, Dad, this is Obikembe Niyabingi”. -Parents are arrested by the sheer obsidian presence in the kitchen doorway, father suppressing his shock, mother suppressing a smile.- MOTHER (all afluster): “Such a handsome lad. Come in, Naggeretta told us so much about your treacherous Mediterranean crossing, and your fighting with Boko Haram. Or was it against them? Nevermind. Have some cassava biscuits – I bought them at the local ethnic store.” NAGGERETTA: “Mommmm!!!” FATHER: “Pleased to meet you Obikembe, are you enjoying the Rugby World Cup?” MUDFISTOLES: “Nah, man, is you jokin’ like? Ah only likes rap, man. Proppa grime ya feel meh?” FATHER: “Ehh, ok, eh, cool then. I be down with that” (gives two thumbs up) NAGGERETTA: “Daaaaaadddd!!!!”
    The young lovers depart to the girl’s JLS poster adorned bedroom, leaving the parents to discuss this new development while trying to ignore giggles and floorboard creaks. FATHER (venturing cautiously): “Lovely young man, proper gent. And I loved his story about scaling the razor wire in Hungary.. but don’t you think she’s a bit too young for dating?” MOTHER: “No, it’s time we accept our daughter is blossoming into a mature young woman, and I think that’s clear by her obviously good choice in boys” FATHER: “Definitely, but you weren’t very happy when she brought home that nice bespectacled lad Sammy.. MOTHER (interrupting): “Yes, but she’s matured so much since then, and I think she’s finally ready” FATHER: “But that was only two weeks ago honey…” (goes silent after a withering look look from his wife, who then goes tapping on her iPhone) FATHER’S SUBCONSCIOUS MIND (soliloquies): “It appears my wife is going to dig her heels in over this cream of wheat. I’d better not blow my chances of that birthday bj that I’m counting on, so I won’t raise any fuss” FATHER: “We really raised a special one, didn’t we dear?” (kisses wife on the cheek and leaves to continue assembling his model railway) MOTHER (grunting incoherently, with a look of annoyance) “Ehhhhhmmmhh” MOTHER (typing/virtue signalling): “My Nags is #allgrownup!!! Brought a luvli African lad home this evening. Just imagining the cute babiez!!!!!! #diversitywinz” iPHONE: “You are under my complete control” MOTHER: “Yes, Master.” iPHONE: “You will consult me for all decisions and when forming opinions, and you will stay close to the herd” MOTHER: “I will consult you for all decisions and when forming opinions, and I will stay close to the herd” FATHER (returning to the kitchen to put the dinner on the table) “I might just leave their dinner in the oven, it seems they’re studying hard up there, and it’s best not to disturb them. I must say Dear, I’m impressed by Obi’s gumption. That story of how he persuaded the truck driver at Calais to take him through the tunnel… maybe he’ll have a career in politics ahead of him. If the Yanks can have a coloured President, then why cant we? Is coloured the correct term Dear?” THE GHOSTS OF FIFTEEN GENERATIONS OF ANGLO-SAXON ANSCESTORS: “What are you doing? How can you let this happen?” FATHER: “Did you feel a chill, Darling?” MOTHER (absent-mindedly, reminiscing about her year abroad in University of Nairobi) “Yes Dear, felt a tingle” FIN

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    • on October 12, 2015 at 5:58 pm Captain Obvious

      LWC, that would be hilarious if it were a parody written back, say, oh, about 1985. But in 2015, I’m not sure that a single word of it is parody – it feels 100% like basic observation of Reality as it actually exists.

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      • Correct. Based on a junior high aged inter-racial pair I saw from afar yesterday, which prompted the question “what absence of checks and balances foster these relationships?”
        (of course they were just one of many such pairings that can be observed daily, and CH readers will quake in their boots to know that Polish women are veritable coal-burning furnaces when abroad)

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    • This is very well written.

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    • on October 13, 2015 at 4:38 am carlos danger

      I would simply get my Vepr 12 and shove it in Tyrones face while I grabbed my daughter and forcibly pulled her back into the house. The Vepr 12 is a very intimidating shotgun. As a minimum the glass breaker compensator would leave a couple of nice dents in his face. Maybe a couple of broken teeth too.

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      • CD, as a proper father, teaching his daughter racial and cultural pride, I doubt that you would ever come close to this scene. The only women that I have seen mudsharking are those with Leftist, or totally aloof, parents (and often, a single parent household, headed by weirdo mommy), such as the ones in the story, above (which, by the way, is very well written – to the point that its imagery made me upset).

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      • on October 13, 2015 at 7:59 am carlos danger

        I agree, but its nice to fantasize. I will be teaching her about the realities of mudsharking from a very early age and her mother is in full agreement with me.

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  38. Cocky dude statue seems to be from Levant? However, reminds me somewhat of http://narcissus.se. Gotta love the Swede.

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  39. I think buying a dirtbike and a handgun and ripping around the woods firing it would help give me the expression this cool statue dude’s face emulates..

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  40. on October 12, 2015 at 1:23 pm mendozatorres

    I’ve been noticing Hollywood’s rush to get biopics made about current technology and the guys behind them.

    First you had The Social Network, which was nothing more than a two-hour pitch for their IPO. It painted Cuckerberg in a positive light and the Winkelvoss twins as villains.

    Now, you got Steve Jobs, which by my count, is the 138th film made about a man that hasn’t been dead even five years yet!

    It’s as they want to keep these stories going so the youth and impressionable will see these men as gods, both the tech guys and filmmakers.

    Don’t even get me started on Angry Birds!

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    • From what I read of the reviews, The Social Network did not accurately depict Cuckerberg and the story of Facebook in any way resembling reality; basically, all the tech people around it said the movie invented characters, plotlines and twists that didn’t occur at all (at one point, the movie depicted the office filled with barely-legal, giggling teenage girls snorting coke as if they were hanging out with rock stars or hedge fund dudes—no one has ever said Silicon Valley dudes had such groupies).

      And Cuckerberg was depicted as an autistic angry loser rather than the Machiavellian-profit-obsessed CEO type he is IRL. Almost none of the character made sense.

      Meanwhile, Jobs’s hagiography is legendary among SWPLs because his products were made for SWPLs and he targeted them: cool aesthetic, build up as if it would change the world, simplified tech so all the icky-sciency parts were downplayed, and celebrities!

      Silicon Valley rape!

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      • on October 12, 2015 at 1:49 pm Pyjama Wearing Ninja

        “no one has ever said Silicon Valley dudes had such groupies”
        Cocaine has such groupies. 😀

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    • Mendoza; interesting take on The Social Network, I saw it and got a different impression. It thought it depicted Zuck as an Olympic class jerk, who stole the idea from the Winkelvoss’s, cheated at least one of his partners out of his share of the company, and was motivated by his inability to get a girlfriend. (Apparently the last part at least wasn’t true, he was already dating the fat ugly Chinese girl he is still with). The Winkelvoss’s were also portrayed negatively, not as villains, but as a couple of entitled, naive, rich jocks who mostly got the Facebook idea from existing fledgling social network programs, and hired Zuck to write the code that they didn’t have the schooling to write on their own.
      Of course this being an Aaron Sorkin production any connection with the truth might be purely coincidental.

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  41. Heartiste, how did you find a life sized statue of me, and why did you fuse it to a statute of one of my (apparently living), er, “dates”?

    Artistic rape!

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  42. Another favourite redpill statue – Mars and Venus :

    How could this body language be improved ? 😉

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  43. I like this one, personally

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  44. All the muscles are on display. Guy’s ripped.

    [CH: there’s a belief among certain alt-whyters that a ripped male physique is and has been pushed by the aesthetic preferences of gay men. maybe there’s something to that, but like rodin’s thinker there’s a long history of western art depicting the male form with lots of muscles and little body fat. our distant ancestors knew, just like we know today, what is aesthetically pleasing and what is ugly. and teh ghey has nothing to do with it. now, none of this means that women are as enamored of a ripped Jack as men are enamored of a thin Lizzy, but when great men — heterosexual men at that — sculpt the ideal male form it isn’t some fat beer-swilling walmartian they carve from stone.]

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  45. @Captain Tautological

    I agree about whoever cured the wood was amazing. Serious question since you have some knowledge on the subject. I’m familiar with doing it for flat wood floor planks, but how would you do that with the statue. How is it possible?

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    • on October 13, 2015 at 4:33 am carlos danger

      If I had to guess, you would soak and dry the wood in alternating cycles with less water each cycle.

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  46. Reblogged this on XWorkx.

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