Category Archives: society

The alt-right grinds out political market share

Charlottesville exposed an inconvenient truth about multiculturalism. It is a lie. A country has only one culture, and while it may be orchestrated by a minority made up of oligarchs, it is expressed by the majority of the population. Multiculturalism … Continue reading

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The meek will not inherit the Earth. They are too weak ….

In the end, it will be the foragers who survive and inherit the Earth. They understand that the limit to their ability to consume is directly related to what the Earth naturally provides. Immediately after the apocalypse, there may not … Continue reading

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From Slave to Colonist

The ideal way for Africans in America to engage America is to think of themselves as colonists. You are not here to be a part of anything. You are here to extract and exploit everything.

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Toward Decolonization in the United States

The African Diaspora in America needs a decolonization plan. Since 1619, the Diaspora has been mined, extracted, remolded, reprogrammed, and discarded to the point that it cannot properly reconstitute itself because it does not know itself. Symbolic of this unawareness … Continue reading

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Collectivism. Taking away your freedom to be

Collectivism sends the false message that just because people share a skin color or physical location or a citizenship then one person has a license to get in another person’s business. This intrusion ranges from the State telling a woman … Continue reading

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The Apolitical State

The State organizes a nation’s resources for efficient, effective, and profitable exploitation with returns going to: 1. The State, in the form of tax revenues, government jobs, power, and prestige; 2. Bond holders, in the form of coupon payments; and … Continue reading

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A better media model in the era of Trump

Watching news has become increasingly painful for the past two decades, with the demand for aspirin increasing exponentially, it seems, over the past three and a half months. At Mr Trump’s press conference last Thursday, he railed against the media’s … Continue reading

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The impermanence of the black American community

Webster’s New World Dictionary defines community as: “Any group living in the same area or having interests, work, etc.in common; the general public; a sharing in common.” The recent exchange between President Donald Trump and journalist April Ryan during a … Continue reading

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It’s the evolution that matters

You must continually evolve into your true essence; consistently chipping away at the clay and clutter that surrounds it. This is true minimalism. Ironically, when you find that core essence, your mind will open to greater opportunities through which to … Continue reading

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Communications networks as platforms for individuality. Politicians should take note

It’s interesting how disconnectedly connected society is becoming with technology. It still trips me out how two people can walk or drive together with their noses stuck in an iPhone. ┬áIt is the great thing about broadband. High-speed access to … Continue reading

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