October 27, 2014

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“Self-Interest As We Know It Is A Loss Of Humanity:” Marshall Sahlins

“Natural self-interest? For the greater part of humanity, self-interest as we know it is unnatural in the normative sense: it is considered madness, (more…)

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July 24, 2014

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“RAPE IS A CASE IN POINT.” Angela Davis

“Some of the most flagrant symptoms of social deterioration are acknowledged as serious problems only when they have assumed such epidemic proportions that they appear to defy solution.”  “Rape is a case in point.”

Angela Davis: Women, Race and Class. Random House, 1981, New York.

pp. 172

January 26, 2013

“Democracy and Capitalism are Antagonistic Entities.” Chris Hedges


“Democracy is not an outgrowth of free markets. Democracy and capitalism are antagonistic entities.”

Hedges, Christopher: Empire Of Illusion (New York: Nation Books 2009)

pp 185

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June 7, 2009

“EQUAL GROUND:” Definition For A New World Order

“Moderation” may seek to manifest and validate “solid” ground simply by finding a sort of “middle” ground among competing claims and calling it some sort of “common” ground. It is defined and given meaning in the world only by the coordinates of the “grounds” around it, however unfounded and spurious the claims thereto may be. It is “ungrounded,” and unfounded in the way that colonies and settlements may be unfounded.

But is it worse? Does it cosign, endorse, legitimize, in very fact give credence to, radical extremism? By putting all claims on some sort of

“equal ground?” 

Please see our recent Essay entitled WHEN THERE IS NOTHING MODERATE ABOUT THE HORRORS YOU OPPOSE, HOW CAN YOU BE A “MODERATE?” and dated 09 May, 2009 

“The real power of junk thought lies in its status as a centrist phenomenon, fueled by the American credo of tolerance that places all opinions on an equal footing and makes little effort to separate fact from opinion.”

Susan Jacoby, The Age Of American Unreason: Pp 211

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May 30, 2009

The No-Business Meeting: DEFINITION FOR A NEW WORLD ORDER (John Kenneth Galbraith)

“Men meet together for many reasons in the course of business. They need to instruct or persuade each other. They must agree (more…)

January 16, 2009

“Could Not Be Described As In Some Sense Rational:” Eric Hobsbawm

“Economics thus became the only social science in our period undisturbed by the problem of non-rational behavior (more…)

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January 6, 2009

“Friendly Fire:” DEFINITION FOR A NEW WORLD ORDER

Press Release:

Today Israel announced that Hamas is using heavily armed Israeli soldiers as human shields. (more…)

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