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History & Politics

➤ The Emperor Has No Clothes: Finding the Courage to Break the Spell - How do we stop this neo-feudal re-imagining of society? How do we play chicken with a regime that appears to hold all the cards? We need to shake our frightened fellow citizens out of their stupor by getting them to see that "the emperor has no clothes" but, more importantly, we need get all the silent good people who already see it to be willing to say it out loud. The key to winning this psychological war lies in understanding the psychology of dissent.

➤ Who's in Charge? The Rule Makers, Power Brokers, and Influencers of Lockdown Wonderland - Who has the authority to make this lockdown nightmare stop? The answers will surprise you. Nothing in this Lockdown Wonderland is quite as it seems. (also available on Youtube)

➤ Preparing the Ground for Mass Hysteria: What Made Society So Vulnerable to Losing Its Mind During COVID? - Over the past few decades a gradual philosophical shift replaced our value system built around inalienable individual rights with a value system focused on maximising the “greater good” for the majority, known as utilitarianism, which leaves the crowd uniquely vulnerable to falling prey to fear and false propaganda.

➤ 1776 vs 1789: The Two Bloody Revolutions That Defined How We Think About Wealth in the Modern World - The American of 1776 cried out for the Pursuit of Happiness - it was a cry to be released from the control of others, to do away with the confiscating hand of the referee. France's cry in 1789 for Fraternity and Equality, on the other hand, was an invitation for everyone to look over their neighbor's fence and count his acorns. It was a demand for government to continuously intervene in the market through regulation, taxation, and redistribution in order to smooth out differences between individuals or groups. Those two competing world views have defined politics in the Western world ever since.

➤ Bystander at the Switch: The Moral Case Against COVID Lockdowns - Do you remember the moral dilemma taught in grade school called the "Bystander at the Switch"? COVID lockdowns pose the identical dilemma, only this time it's not a game and it's played with real lives. When humanity invented universal human rights, they were meant to stop us from pulling the switch. (also available on Youtube)

➤ Mask Laws and the End of "My Body, My Choice" - mandatory face masks laws are fundamentally transforming the social contract between citizens and governments by making individual autonomy negotiable, subject to the needs of our nations, the fears of our neighbors, and the impulses of our leaders.

➤ On Taming Sheep and Nations - farmers and politicians have an identical time-tested strategy to control the herd (a limerick).


5 comments:

  1. Thanks Julius, Have just found your work!

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  2. It’s too bad your page is flooded with Alberta Health ads to get vaccinated. I suspect you had no idea… ? The nature of the Google beast.

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  3. Thank you very much for your excellent article. I just read it in german translation (published by Bastian Barocker). The best is the story of the wild horses. With 67 years I am an old horse, and I will never accept to loose my freedom! We have all to fight together!

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  4. Yes - when one finds oneself succumbing to the crowd's coercion and/or swept along by the momentum of the masses, one must somehow break away - escape to higher ground - tune into your instincts, recalibrate your C.O.G.. & see the sitch with an objective eye, far from the madding crowd..

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