The Solution to the Hatred of Identity Politics Is Psychological Knowledge

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[Note – This was originally published at Sott.net – reposted here with permission.] © Brentcherry Identity politics is stupid. It divides humans into various arbitrary “identity groups” and then stops there. All analysis and understanding go no further than the … Continued

Australia – Goodbye Internet Privacy, Hello Police State

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[Note – This was originally published at Sott.net – reposted here with permission.] It hasn’t been a Good News Week over the last seven days in Australia. You all remember us, right? We may be on the other side of … Continued

The Multicultural Roots of Australia

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Once again it is Australia Day, and once again, various commentators are extolling the virtues of flags and barbecues while ignoring Australia’s criminal treatment of refugees on Christmas Island, Manus Island and Nauru. A particularly heart-wrenching video was recently published showing … Continued

Doubletalk

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Earlier this year, acclaimed author, historian, and general all-around polymath Laura Knight-Jadczyk wrote an extremely interesting article entitled “Bizzaro World“. In it, she discusses the concept of doublespeak and doubletalk, described with those names by George Orwell and Andrew Lobaczewski … Continued

Fifty Shades of Pathology

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It’s Valentine’s Day tomorrow, and guess what? The pathocracy is continuing its self-uncontrollable crusade against all things natural and human with the release of a film version of that profound work of mental illness, Fifty Shades of Grey. Fortunately, people … Continued

Why I am not ‘Charlie’

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When I first read about the horrific terrorist attacks in France earlier this month, firstly on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, and then on a kosher supermarket, I felt appalled, then somewhat numb. After all, there have been so many … Continued