Explore the dark with torch and sword in hand

Starting out

I guess the hardest part about starting any blogging venture is determining what you are going to write about and what the key audience is. Ultimately, as I have no real conception of who the audience is, I will need to make every effort to discover what is note worthy, or blog worthy, to me.

With that said, there are somethings that I have noticed lately that have particularly peaked my interest as I have been exploring the world of telegram: nationalist socialism, self improvement, finances and preppers. Not that I have an interest in rehashing some of the ideas that I find there, that really doesn't serve the interests of the writer. But, and this is a big one, I do believe there is exceptional value in learning how communities operate.

Now, the first thing that I have learned how online communities operate is that they have different personas having pertinent conversations. These conversations, as you move from small communities to larger ones, become more diluted and at the same time more nuanced. What I mean by that is that while a small community will drill down into a topic, a large community seems to be "panning for gold" as it were, shaking and shaking the sediments of perspectives until something of real value shakes out.

Anyway, I think that this is a great follow up on my previous post and I am very interested in seeing where this goes from here.


I recently found out about the really neat platform known as Telegram.

Compared to all of the other social media platforms that I have ever been a part of, this is the only one that I have experienced that has a very rich user base and a complex code of ethics with regards to user privacy and user integrity.

With that said, I would like to share some of the things that I have found while exploring the recesses of Telegram.

First Entry

After careful consideration, I have concluded that I need to create a blog that represents the secrets of my person.

Granted, an apt hacker or digital detective could probably find out who I am, but the purpose of these writings is to say what I could never say - to participate in conversations that I could never participate in. 

Hence, secretnamebasis.