The Differences Between Fascism and Nazism | Joshua Noyer

Joshua Noyer, Chairman of the American Blackshirts Party takes on the misconception that Fascism and Nazism are at all the same, advocating to consider them separately. He also addresses the Jewish Question obsession of the National Socialists. As readers know, I have stated this also. I would agree with Noyer, and he presented this well. Continue reading The Differences Between Fascism and Nazism | Joshua Noyer

The Early Mussolini on World Peace, Imperialism, the Renaissance, the Authoritative State and War (1931 and 1937)

THE EARLY MUSSOLINI ON WORLD PEACE, IMPERIALISM, LIBERTY, THE AUTHORITATIVE AND CORPORATIVE STATE IN FASCISM, AND WAR: 1931 Speech to the English-speaking World and 1937 Interview with James Strachey Barnes “And the purpose of Fascism is plain: to make the world a better place to live in and man a nobler citizen. […] Fascism is Continue reading The Early Mussolini on World Peace, Imperialism, the Renaissance, the Authoritative State and War (1931 and 1937)

Stunning Visual TIMELAPSE OF THE FUTURE: A Journey to the End of Time

Absolutely contemplative, and stunning visual timelapse of the future, based on modern science, created by Melody Sheep https://www.patreon.com/melodysheep., who creates science videos and soundtrack music mashups. When I first happened onto Timelapse of the Future, it had a near 10 thousand views, and I did not see the date, and thought it was one of Continue reading Stunning Visual TIMELAPSE OF THE FUTURE: A Journey to the End of Time

Oswald Mosley, Manchester Rally: “We Remember The Mighty Past”

“When scholars study a thing, they strive to kill it first, if it’s alive; then they have the parts and they’ve lost the whole, for the link that’s missing was the living soul.” JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE, FAUST, PART I. Sir Mosley orates in this fiery speech, the “living soul” of Fascist Thought. “And my Continue reading Oswald Mosley, Manchester Rally: “We Remember The Mighty Past”

The Psychology behind Globalism, Nationalism & Political Tribalism – Jonathan Haidt | Intelligence²

Jonathan Haidt speaking at Intelligence² event “The Rise of Populism and the Backlash against the Elites.”  Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist and Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business. His academic specialization is the psychology of morality and the moral emotions. He is author of The Righteous Mind: Why Continue reading The Psychology behind Globalism, Nationalism & Political Tribalism – Jonathan Haidt | Intelligence²

Why Trump Is Not a Fascist: A Conversation with Vivek Chibber and Achin Vanaik

A great conversation with reflection Achin Vanaik (“The Rise of Hindu Authoritarianism”) and Vivek Chibber (“Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital”) discuss new forms of authoritarianism and nationalism in the age of Modi, Putin, Erdogan, and Trump. The discussion was moderated by Amber A’Lee Frost (“Current Affairs” and “Chapo Trap House”) at Verso Books Continue reading Why Trump Is Not a Fascist: A Conversation with Vivek Chibber and Achin Vanaik

Smearing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kyle Kulinski on the Justice Democrats, and Trump’s Anti-Press Tactics

28 year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated 4th ranking and established House Democrat, Rep. Joe Crowley in the New York House Democratic primary last week, saying that leftist policies can win elections. First-term Illinois’s Democratic senator, Tammy Duckworth disagreed, arguing that, while it may be the future of the Bronx, running on policies too far to the left Continue reading Smearing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kyle Kulinski on the Justice Democrats, and Trump’s Anti-Press Tactics

Lao Tzu advises Confucius not to be overwhelmed by human affairs

Lao Tzu advises Confucius not to be overwhelmed by human affairs in this film. “Chaos is everywhere.” Lao Tzu: “Men habitually long for fame and authority.” Kong Qui: “Then what should I, your pupil, do? I cannot hang useless on the door-beam like a dried-out gourd.” “The Master’s words are profound, but I must be Continue reading Lao Tzu advises Confucius not to be overwhelmed by human affairs

Before Sono Tornato and Vincere: Antonio Banderas as “The Young Mussolini” – Angelica Balabanoff on Mussolini’s Problem

Benito Mussolini is quite a very intriguing figure to me, even more than Adolf Hitler, and I had neglected to learn more about him, his mind and romantic passion, his life and influences; and in comparing him with his predecessor, Risorgimento (Italian Unification) republican patriot and “political terrorist” of his day, Giuseppe Mazzini who he Continue reading Before Sono Tornato and Vincere: Antonio Banderas as “The Young Mussolini” – Angelica Balabanoff on Mussolini’s Problem

“Your History is Entirely at Sea”: The Legend and Classical Reference to Atlantis

Atlantis Classical Reference to the Myth of Atlantis One vital classical source for the Atlantis legend and its remembrance, is from two dialogues written by Plato, in Timaeus and Critias. It is described as an island in the Atlantic Ocean. In Timaeus and Critias, Solon, an Athenian and prominent statesman c. 6th c. BCE, described the Continue reading “Your History is Entirely at Sea”: The Legend and Classical Reference to Atlantis