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Communism: The Arrogant Creed of the Intellectuals, Crony Philanthropists and Technocratic Laborforce Capitalists

Communism: The Arrogant Creed of the Intellectuals, Crony Philanthropists and Technocratic Laborforce Capitalists “Accepting no laws but the laws of force, these societies have been ruled by totalitarian ideologies like Nazism, fascism, and communism, which do not spring from the … Continue reading

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Bogus Philanthropy’s Betrayal of Liberty

Bogus Philanthropy’s Betrayal of Liberty “Beneficium accipere Libertatem est vendere. To accept a favor is to sell one’s liberty.” Publilius Syrus 1st Century B.C. “I have observed that the philosophers in order to insinuate their polluted atheism into young minds … Continue reading

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The Monarchs, the Ministers, the Musketeers and the Plunder Games

The Monarchs, the Ministers, the Musketeers and the Plunder Games “Tre’ville had discovered the weak side of his master, and it was to this address that he owed the long and constant favour of a king who had not left … Continue reading

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Intolerant, Offensive, Jealous, Not Dead and Definer of Orthodoxy

Intolerant, Offensive, Jealous, Not Dead and Definer of Orthodoxy  “The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.” Isaac Asimov, biochemist, prolific author, Humanist Manifesto signer I must confess, I am a … Continue reading

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Polls: Technology driven Consensus, Designing Politicians and Public Opinion

Polls: Technology driven Consensus, Designing Politicians and Public Opinion Which came first, the chicken or the egg? The Consensus or the Public Opinion? The Poll or the Poll-itician? And what’s technology doing to reveal human nature?  “…in the contemplation of … Continue reading

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Family Reunion of the Conservative Cousins: The Coalition in Review

Family Reunion of the Conservative Cousins: The Coalition in Review “The Family, rather than the individual, has always been and remains today the basic building block of our society, though its hold has clearly been weakening— one of the most … Continue reading

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Trust and The Great Pretenders: Experts & Technology

Trust and The Great Pretenders: Experts & Technology Technetos is the Greek stem meaning “artificial”. The synthetic radioactive metallic element, “Technetium,” was so named, because it was the first element artificially assembled. This technetos designation stands in contrast to that … Continue reading

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