Category Archives: social sciences

Strap in Tight

Over the past few days I’ve been watching the turmoil in the mainstream Q support group. Losing their virtual gathering space at Reddit was quite a blow. The folks who managed that space tried moving to Voat, a similar service. … Continue reading

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Alongside the Silly Stories

A video leaked yesterday demonstrating most emphatically that Google’s management planned ways to undermine Trump’s presidency. It was by any definition plotting an unarmed revolution, weaponizing the Internet and all of Google’s tools of power and influence over what people … Continue reading

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The Anglo-American Identity

Some of you are going to get this wrong no matter how I say, or how well I present it. All I can offer is what I’ve seen. If you can’t use it, set it aside and move on with … Continue reading

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The Virtual Race

As you probably know, the definition of an activist is someone who agitates for change in government policy. Along the way, they try to change social consciousness regarding their agenda. We might go along with changing social awareness about our … Continue reading

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Trump’s Troll Army

Most assertively, we proclaim that this world of mainstream human awareness is a lie. It is absurd and only appears to make sense to those captivated within their fallen nature. As soon as you start appropriating the grace and mercy … Continue reading

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Constitutional Deception

There are few things more annoying than getting lost in debate with someone who believes the US Constitution is somehow sacred writ. First of all, on a legal level, the Constitution was a coup. It was the product of a … Continue reading

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The End of a Civilization: Far Cry 5

A basic premise of literary analysis is that whatever becomes truly popular in a given society reveals much about the underlying moral values of that society. This is how we can discern so much about the Ancient Near East (ANE); … Continue reading

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