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Crazy Train

                                                CLICK IMAGE TO READ FULL POST Crazy, but that’s how it goes Millions of people living as foes Maybe. it’s not too late To learn how to love, and forget how to hate Mental wounds not healing Life’s a … Continue reading

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Posted in 9/11, absurd, American Dream, American Exceptionalism, Anarchy, Body-politic, business, capitalism, censorship, CIA, civilization, collapse, Colonialism, commodification, Corporate State, cultural crisis, democracy, education, espionage, fascism, Financial Crisis, freedom, global collapse, homeland security, human nature, inverted totalitarianism, madness, Obama, Presidential politics, private property, progress, Putin, religion, Russia, State, terrorism, treason, trust | 5 Comments

It Is Time To Drain The Swamp!

There comes a time in the affairs of a people when the covenants that bind them as a nation lose their force and foundation, where the power of the State no longer resides with the people and its decisions no … Continue reading

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Posted in American Exceptionalism, Anarchy, Body-politic, collapse, Corporate State, cultural crisis, democracy, Dostoyevsky, espionage, freedom, geopolitics, Hillary, homeland security, human nature, inverted totalitarianism, Nietzsche, Occupy Wall Street, Presidential politics, private property, social contract, State, terrorism | 33 Comments

Am I A Butterfly?

Somewhere there are still peoples and herds, but not with us, my brethren: here there are states. A state? What is that? Well! open now your ears unto me, for now will I say unto you my word concerning the … Continue reading

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Posted in 9/11, Africa, Agriculture, American Dream, American Exceptionalism, Anarchy, Aristotle, Austerity, capitalism, civilization, collapse, Colonialism, commodification, Corporate State, cultural crisis, earth, earthly-sensuous, fascism, genocide, geopolitics, global collapse, hermeneutics, human nature, inverted totalitarianism, madness, metaphysics, Modernity, nature, Nietzsche, Obama, primal humanity, private property, privatization, religion, Russia, sharing, Spectacle, State, Tao, terrorism, trust, Ukraine, whistleblowers | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Dugin, Heidegger, and the Politics of Openness

There is quite a bit of commotion these days over the state of the world, including the state of our State.  We are witness to dramatic shifts in geopolitics, as well as social and economic relations among peoples, as trailing … Continue reading

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Posted in 9/11, Africa, Agriculture, American Dream, American Exceptionalism, Aristotle, Body-politic, body-subject, capitalism, Christianity, civilization, collapse, commodification, Corporate State, cultural crisis, Curriculum of the West, democracy, earthly-sensuous, fascism, feral, freedom, genocide, geopolitics, global collapse, Heidegger, human nature, Islam, nature, Nazis, Plato, primal humanity, private property, privatization, progress, propaganda, Putin, rationality, Riots, Russia, sharing, social contract, soul, Spectacle, State, terrorism, trust | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Who Profits From Ukraine’s War?

Well folks, it would seem our friend and comrade, Eric Zuesse, is on a mission.  Having officially resigned his membership in the Democratic Party right here on our blog only a few days ago, he is now pulling out all … Continue reading

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