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Racism is growing with perceived political failings

posted by Harry J. Bentham

It is now difficult to deny that racism is growing in a number of Western countries, and racist politicians who would have been considered corrosive or marginal to society only a decade ago are currently on the verge of being elected […]

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Should America kill everyone for “democracy” in Syria?

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Nous ne pouvons arracher une seule page de notre vie, mais nous pouvons jeter le livre au feu. We cannot tear a single page from our life, but we can throw the whole book into the fire. Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dupin The […]

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American foreign policy fails again: US-trained Syrian rebels dead

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Qui dépense trop n’est jamais riche. Those who spend too fast never grow rich. Honoré de Balzac The US government’s supposed new plan to take over Syria by arming a small group of rebels ended in them all getting killed […]

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Recommendations from the Order: Robert Wei’s politics and culture blog

posted by Harry J. Bentham

L’hypocrisie est un hommage que le vice rend à la vertu. Hypocrisy is an homage that vice pays to virtue. François de La Rochefoucauld I have a new viewpoint article due to appear at Press TV soon, but in the […]

Hollande’s Syria comments: evil or stupid?

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Bachar al-Assad est l’allié objectif des jihadistes Bashar al-Assad is the de facto ally of the jihadists (fighting to oust him) Francois Hollande Normally, I preface my posts on this blog with something wise from great French politicians and scholars, […]

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Friends of the Mont Order
The small society of techno-politics dissidents and internet users called the Mont Order has a surprise for its members... and for just about anyone else who has heard of the Order. The surprise can be found at Facebook, where the Mont Order ...

posted 11:44:55pm May. 01, 2016 | read full post »

Play with fire, play God, and play your part
We all "play God" or "play with fire" at some point. What we do affects people's lives, even their chances of longevity. But are these things really so bad? Had your ancestors chosen not to play with fire, life might not be nearly so ...

posted 11:12:19pm Apr. 30, 2016 | read full post »

Should people stop being born? (beliefs)
Focusing on rather unusual beliefs, I'd like to look at one that isn't as unusual as you might think. The idea that people should not have kids. Should people consider the economic costs of having a family? Sure. No-one should bring up ...

posted 11:46:29pm Apr. 24, 2016 | read full post »

Obsessed with equality: my techno-utopia?
While not under any illusions that it will go viral, I've recently been narrating my techno-liberation thesis Catalyst to produce the audio book promised in the last post. Here is what I've done so far. I put together a YouTube video ...

posted 10:49:23pm Apr. 23, 2016 | read full post »

Technology is a liberator, especially when it's risky
As I said in the last post, the results are not always fantastic, but technology throughout history achieves a lot more good than bad. That's my argument in my thesis, Catalyst, from back in 2013. Each time I look back on that book authored ...

posted 11:55:25pm Apr. 17, 2016 | read full post »

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