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Bannonism: A Clear and Present Danger to the Planet
Society
Bannonism: A Clear and Present Danger to the Planet
February 25, 2021

The sooner the nations of the world awake to the threat posed by fascists abusing electoral systems to gain dictatorial power, the possibility of a repeat of the fascist rise to power during the 1920s and 1930s can be snuffed out.

‘The Longer Telegram’ Is a Recipe for Costly Failure
February 4, 2021

The so-called “longer telegram” is a recipe for costly failure, and it should be dismissed as such. There is a better U.S. strategy for East Asia available, and it looks nothing like this.

‘The Longer Telegram’ Is a Recipe for Costly Failure
Editor's Сhoice
Minority Rule Always Destined For Collapse
World
Minority Rule Always Destined For Collapse
February 3, 2021

Governments that rely on support from a minority of their nation’s population are doomed to fail.

A Look Back at Mear One’s ‘Freedom for Humanity’
December 9, 2020

What hotter button could there be to push than that of anti-Semitism? The world has moved on since the days of Dachau and the Gulag, and methods of control are no longer as brutal. But they’re still effective nonetheless.

A Look Back at Mear One’s ‘Freedom for Humanity’
Society
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Oligarchic Imperialism Is the New Dominant World Religion
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Oligarchic Imperialism Is the New Dominant World Religion
November 29, 2020

In reality, these labels are interchangeable with the word “heretic”. They mean “Someone who disagrees with the mainstream consensus religion of oligarchic imperialism”.

Will the Technocratic Coup Succeed?
November 23, 2020

Or, will the ideology behind it, simply descend into a zero sum game of big power Tech rivalry on a par with 19th Century great power rivalries?

Will the Technocratic Coup Succeed?
Business
The Triumph of Mankind Over the Great Reset: Guns, Books, and the Social Contract
Society
The Triumph of Mankind Over the Great Reset: Guns, Books, and the Social Contract
November 20, 2020

Much of the story of the first state-building civilizations, understanding that people are a resource when organized and put to work, is that some balance between slavery and half-freedom rests at its foundation.

America Is on the Road to Revolution
October 1, 2020

Sooner or later, loneliness and isolation are bound to have political effects. The masses supporting totalitarian movements, says Arendt, grew “out of the fragments of a highly atomized society whose competitive structure and concomitant loneliness of the individual had been held in check only through membership in a class.”

America Is on the Road to Revolution
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