Category Archives: culture

The Collapse of Major Media

By John Rappoport Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com As I indicated in a recent article, the B-team, or even the C-team, is now heading up the national evening news in America. These anchors’ faces and voices (Muir, Glor, and Holt) are not even … Continue reading

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Tomorrow Belongs to the Corporatocracy

By C.J. Hopkins Source: The Unz Review Back in October of 2016, I wrote a somewhat divisive essay in which I suggested that political dissent is being systematically pathologized. In fact, this process has been ongoing for decades, but it has been … Continue reading

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Two for Tuesday

MC Ma’at Ezra Bell

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This Chart Defines the 21st Century Economy

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds There is nothing inevitable about such vast, fast-rising income-wealth inequality; it is the only possible output of our financial and pay-to-play political system. One chart defines the 21st century economy and thus … Continue reading

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‘Violence Against Women: Why the UN Secretary-General Got it Wrong’

By Robert J. Burrowes In his remarks on the recent International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women – see ‘Violence Against Women is Fundamentally About Power’ – United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres inadvertantly demonstrated why well-meaning efforts being … Continue reading

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Plagues

By Klaus Madersbacher Source: AntiWar.com One indicator of human development is the number of people who die from preventable diseases and epidemics. For example, the plague, as “Black Death” one of the horrors of the Middle Ages, is extinct in … Continue reading

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Saturday Matinee: The Loved One

“The Loved One” (1965) is a satire directed by Tony Richardson with a screenplay by Terry Southern and Christopher Isherwood based on a novel by Evelyn Waugh. The plot centers on the journey of young English expat Dennis (Robert Morse) … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of Conspiracy Theory?

By Tim Hayward Source: Tim Hayward’s Blog ‘Conspiracy theory’ is frequently used as a derogatory term, a term of disdain and implicit criticism. An effect of this is to discourage certain kinds of legitimate critical inquiry. But surely, in a … Continue reading

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