The backlash against the high tech mob is so obvious that no sane person can deny
that their version of acceptable thinking requires banning Free Speech. The genie is out of the lamp and the only way to prevent
these demons from repeating their censorship is to cork the bottle of any product offered by these companies. Utopia for the
authoritarian collectivists necessitates that they conjure up twisted and absurd content targets as hate speech in a desperate
attempt to rationalize the purging of counter opinions to their orthodox "PC" Communist Manifesto. In essence, the
"so called" left has become the model of fascism by and under Silicon Valley's techno plutocrats. Merging Fabian
ideals with state/corporatist absolutism produces a deformed corporeality by algorithms in an artificial intelligence society.
The establishment culture indoctrinates the public with the mythical virtues of
'Free Trade', while omitting the destructive record of the globalist economy that has ruined American prosperity. Prosperity
is not defined as cheap consumer items. Economic success that creates wealth and achieves affluence requires that a society
can reach a lasting production capacity to fill ongoing demands, primarily from domestic output. Trade as long as it attains
a positive balance of payment result is fine. However, when a country continues to bleed money to purchase goods that were
previously produced domestically, the economic treasure of the importing country sinks into the quicksand of a quagmire.
When the 1948 masterpiece Imperium by Francis Parker
Yockey becomes the focus of censorship by YouTube, you know that burying the memory hole has been accelerated to protect the
safe space for anyone who cannot handle the truth. The fear that people might wake-up and start educating oneself motivates
the shadow banning of any historic account that conflicts with the purity of an official narrative. That is why, Imperium the foe of the NWO, must be silenced. Yockey reflected an account of yesteryear that would get one expelled from those echo chambers of accepted
Trump or Putin - who is the Master in the
Art of the Deal?
As summits go, this Trump/Putin melodrama has been billed with the lowest expectations.
Style versus substance has been the focus of the Fake News Press. Low energy and boring is the assessment. Trump missed a
great opportunity to lay out Putin on the carpet of public opinion. He got trumped by the wily KGB operative. So goes the
coordinated condemnation by the U.S. media and talking heads. The internationalists in the foreign policy establishment suffer
another blow in their plan to fire up the tension and brinkmanship with the Russian Bear. This attitude is vividly exemplified
by that deranged spook and former director of the CIA, John Brennan: Trump's press conference with Putin 'nothing short of treasonous'.
Now that Brett Kavanaugh has been selected by President Trump to be the next Supreme
Court Justice, the gladiator games of the confirmation process begins. Much of the attention will focus on the bitter hysteria
that the Never Trump lunatics exhibit as they regress even further into denial. Those supporters who demand a Living Constitution
are in a panic. They see the gains they have made over decades are fading with a court of Originalists and fear that Textualism
will become the standard for the Supreme Court. The self-proclaimed enlightened zealots contend they are social justice warriors.
In actuality they protect the corrupt institutions, practices and policies that progressives profess they oppose.
Differences between Karl Marx and
Marx and Fyodor Dostoevsky were contemporaries. However, their worldviews could not be more different. The infamous Marxist
phrase that expresses his sentiments on religion as The Opium of the People is at the heart of untold death and suffering.
Contrast with the perspective that runs throughout the writings of Fyodor Dostoevsky, and his assessment of basic human nature,
one sees the distinct difference and departure from Marxist theory.
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Several sites comprise this anthology. The emphasis stresses an in-depth analysis of the realpolitik that influences
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