Category Archives: General

The Most Moral Army In The World

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Wild Beasts

The world, largely owing to the domination (‘leadership’ if someone like Obama is talking about it) of this false American prophet, is violent and scary. That’s because so many have been willing to sell their souls. Soulless ones play the great game of ‘riches for the strongest’. The winners, sadly, in that game are those who are willing to break rules (and include politicians who, perversely, reside over ‘law & order’ governments). Continue reading

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Would a US currency-free coalition be a corporatocracy-free coalition?

Neoliberalism and neoconservatism are the two colors of the wild beast of corporatocracy. If those wanting to escape the hyper violent and hyper lawless US’s control split off to form a coalition that doesn’t use US currency, using the argument that that neoliberalism is something that would like to be free to say yes or no to, Would they say no to it once they split off? Are the players, at core, ‘different’ here? For example, Does the Chinese ruling class care about the freedom of it’s people or the freedom of itself? Continue reading

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Mirror Mirror

It doesn’t pay to pay no attention. Sometimes those of us do can slip up. Japhy Wilson’s book “Jeffrey Sachs: The Strange Case of Dr Shock And Mr Aid” is chock full of useful information, but the book suffers from what I believe is a faulty idea. Japhy is clever enough to package it well enough, but I don’t buy – and neither does the unrepentant Sachs – that Sachs doesn’t know what neoliberalism is about. I don’t believe that he believes it’s natural. He’s not stupid. What he is is a cold warrior moving through different ‘departments’ within the corporatocracy, which results in his having to adjust his pro-neoliberal language only. Continue reading

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Merry Christmas. Or Not. (major spoilers for Childhood’s End)

Arthur C. Clarke obviously chose (for that’s what it is) to disbelieve in an actual Creator. But this cold reality – Childhood’s End – he dredges up would make one prefer a Creator God. Clarke is part of the majority who don’t want to believe in an actual Creator. Why would anyone want to believe in a God of love who explicitly makes it known that he plans to rescue imperfect mankind, both from that state of imperfection and from it’s ‘natural’ consequences, namely sickness, old age and death (following rules that the Creator himself laid down)? Not me. Give me darkness and hopelessness and gloom. Continue reading

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