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An Inconvenient Revolution

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds Convenience isn’t just about small appliances. It’s also about ruling nations. Let’s start with the semantics of ruling nations. Some labels might be viewed as somewhat inflammatory (Kleptocracy, anyone?), so let’s stick with … Continue reading

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