The ruling class knows the economics behind American prosperity. It knows the importance of unipolarity. The state department knows what's at stake in the necessity to dominate Russia and China. They believe it's now or never; and they may be right. The clock is ticking....

Government policy, corporate oligopoly, legislation, assent manufacturing strategy, official propaganda, loyal media messaging, political polarisations, inexplicable yet relentless demands for team loyalty, public atomisation and division; everything serves the same elite power centres, enriching the same corporate stakeholders, shaking down the same working and...

The so-called social networks might more correctly be called an anti-social networks and if society can't come up with a solution to the monstrous technofeudalism of big tech-plutocracy, we're all fucked. Rich, middle class or precariat, it won't matter. Nobody is safe from the tendrils...

"Anti-Semitism is the fundamental litmus both for an individual's moral compass and a society's trajectory (i.e. is it progressing or is it degrading)." 01 Hyman Minsky (1919-1996) "Any (economic) unit can create money. The problem is getting it accepted." Britain did it with gunships. America does it with bombs. Why doesn't...

The Free Market as a Universal Solution "Capitalist markets are neural networks of human need, labour and multi-variable value, at scale."   Current representative democratic models with their biannual or every-four-year elections end up lowest common denominator by default. Witness bullshit populism (woke symbols or ethnic conflict) dominating...

The practical ideal of democracy consists in the self-government of the masses in conformity with the decisions of popular assemblies. But while this system limits the extension of the principle of delegation, it fails to provide any guarantee against the formation of an oligarchical camarilla....

"The vast, profitable, citadel-backed industry of content creation for the absorption of public excess attention (and time). Mainstream is as crowded with content as it is limited on free ideological expression. Mainstream media guides the rump of public opinion, day to day, to entertain and...

Back in the 1920s, world-renowned writer Aldous Huxley summarised his visit to Hearst Castle - guided through the unparalleled collection of priceless art, sculpture and unique historical artifacts filling the home of the world's first billionaire media mogul -: with the simplest conclusion: "It was...

Regulations that had built up over the decades following the Second World War were gradually dismantled – disconnected from government’s direct authority and placed into “independent” regulatory bodies. This deregulation liberated the full spectrum of corporate profiteering. It consolidated lobbying – including purchasing political influence...

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