“The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws.” Tacitus Some assertions you may disagree with, and I’m obviously asking a somewhat dramatized question. But my central argument is that, whatever you may think of the Covid program, it appears to affect the White race especially, and especially those in the United States and Western […]
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CALLED THE MOST CITED LEGAL SCHOLAR OF ALL TIME, former federal appellate judge Richard A. Posner calls himself a “pragmatist” in the dimensions of legal interpretation and in the judgment of many contentious social issues, including forms of personal identity and race. His bona fides are impressive, and the references made by other judges, scholars […]
Cyranic Illusion: An empty mind and “Dead-Hand” control: Milgram’s experiment in Cyranoid projection: “A cyranoid is created by cooperatively joining in real-time the body of one person with speech generated by another via covert speech shadowing. The resulting hybrid persona can subsequently interact with third parties face-to-face. We show that naïve interlocutors perceive a cyranoid […]
I would like to share some perspectives on the Russia-US-Ukraine War, that may be helpful, or at least of interest. They may not be popular and they could be construed as merely “pro-Russian;” however I simply report my perspectives and experience, and leave some of the implications to the reader’s judgement. I have lived and […]
“A tyrant needs above all a tyrant-state, so he will use a million little civil servant tyrants who each have a trivial task to perform, and each will perform that task competently, and without remorse, and no one will realize that he is the millionth link. At every link in the chain, obedience has been […]
“There is no power relation without the correlative constitution of a field of knowledge, nor any knowledge that does not presuppose and constitute at the same time power relations. A despot may otherwise constrain his slaves with iron chains; but a true politician binds them even more strongly by the chain of their own ideas. … […]
“If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” George Orwell, Preface to Animal Farm (1946) “By understanding the world, I mean being equal to the world. It is the hard reality of living that is the essential, not the concept of life, that […]