Monthly Archives: May 2014

Q: Do you believe in God? A: That depends what you mean by “God”… [from M3 to Bertrand Russell, we need better arguments for atheism]

The old-fashioned atheists and agnostics were led by self-disciplined intellectuals. Many of them, such as G. B. Shaw, Ingersoll, and Russell, were admirable with regard to some cognitive skills. And while they were often passionate men who could stir a … Continue reading

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Financial Collapse Triggered By Financial Meltdown

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what is a “social bandit” of “4th generation war” but an armed kulak with cyberpunk style?

http://theden.tv/2014/05/27/fourth-generation-warfare-and-the-return-of-social-banditry/ Illustration: Lord Dunsany, descended from bandits. The main distinction of the social bandit is his identification with—and acceptence by—the peasantry. Being drawn from the surplus male population of agrarian communities, he shares the outlook and worldview of the peasant, … Continue reading

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I have to start reading this “disenchanted scholar” more often, he does what I try to do, but in a more scholarly way than I do it History has witnessed the rise and fall of countless empires, dynasties and regimes. … Continue reading

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Patrick Creadon’s IOUSA

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