Category Archives: social sciences

Wrath and Doom on the USA: Pray

America: a social and cultural identity based mostly on Anglo-American colonial history, with a smattering of other major cultural groups from roughly the same part of the world. USA: a political entity that was built on American cultural identity, with … Continue reading

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The Human Tribal Soul

Every human in the world has a sense of tribal identity. During times of difficulty, tribes will always arise. It is not evil; it is human nature. God says we have to learn how to deal with it as a … Continue reading

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Arrogance Is Expensive

God’s revelation says the only approved police force would be your kin folks, watching out for things that threaten your divine covering and shalom. The society we live in today would never consider such a thing. We have plenty of … Continue reading

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Defining Moral Nobility

Western fiction is larded with a common device that always seems to perk the readers’ curiosity: the secret order of people who run things. Isn’t it funny how fiction is so close to your common conspiracy theory? But then, in … Continue reading

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Current News Review 13

The current panic about the corona virus spreading across China, and from there to the rest of the world, is manufactured. The health threat is real, but only because of the long term malnutrition arising from cultural blindness. A polluted … Continue reading

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Predatory Externalization

In the study of economics, we recognize the concept of externalization, wherein major actors in the economy will shift the costs and risks of their activities onto others. So, for example, air pollution shifts some of the costs of production … Continue reading

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Current News Review 08

I’m still utterly convinced there will be a right-wing armed backlash against the left. But I’ve already warned it won’t be nationwide all at once. It will be local in character and it will look like small stuff at first … Continue reading

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Current News Review 07

This will be short and simple, and somewhat generalized. We can see how the population of the US is being radicalized, divided into two sides harshly opposed to each other. While the underlying conflict is globalists and imperialists together against … Continue reading

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On the Sidelines

I rather like this analysis of our civilization collapsing. I’m bookmarking Peter Turchin’s blog to see if I can endorse his work any further. But in this case, what he says is consistent with what I’ve been saying all along, … Continue reading

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Current News Review 06

Another idiotic professor opens his mouth. The only reasonable response to such people is obvious: If you don’t like supporting rural people, stop eating farm-raised food. Stop using any resources harvested from rural areas. Stop visiting wilderness parks. All of … Continue reading

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