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Trump Land Shock Wave: Empire Inc on Steroids or Drain the Swamp?

Trump Land Shock Wave: Empire Inc on Steroids or Drain the Swamp?

Donald Trump’s election is viewed by most on the United States’ left coast and worldwide as a regressive historical anomaly. It has left the political class in Washington, and the rest of the world, in a state of shock. The type of nightmarish hangover that a drunk time traveler would get if he was accidentally […]

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Globalization Expressway to Universal Slavery

Globalization Expressway to Universal Slavery

If humans were largely moral and ethical beings, then globalization could be a workable proposition. Unfortunately, the dark behavioral narcissism expressed by compulsive greed and an infinite appetite for power seems to have become the guiding precept of our collective nightmare. If only the desire to dominate others and have a lot more than them […]

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Globalist Clinton: Clear and Present Danger to World Peace

Globalist Clinton: Clear and Present Danger to World Peace

Civil war redux? This current United States presidential election cycle is completely out of the ordinary. Even though the division and contentions between Hillary Clinton’s supporters and Donald Trump’s supporters are not policy oriented, like they should be, they are nonetheless extremely vivid in the realm of rage and raw emotions. It appears that most […]

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Clinton vs Trump: Lesser of Two Evils or the Devil You Know

Clinton vs Trump: Lesser of Two Evils or the Devil You Know

In United States politics, what worked like a charm for decades, especially with the fake left, was the lesser-of-two-evils argument. Not a vote for someone, but a vote against someone else. Once again it is at play in the 2016 election cycle, but with many new and unexpected twists. When trying to convince his supporters […]

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New Era of Global Collective Psychosis

New Era of Global Collective Psychosis

Anybody who has been unfortunate to be in a car or plane crash, but lucky enough to survive it and tell the story afterwards knows the inherent paradox: the event occurred in the blink of an eye, but seemed, in retrospect, to have unfolded in a dreadful slow-motion sequence. What can be called the crash […]

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