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How Globalists Use Leftists To Exploit Conservatives

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Bottom line — fascists are slaves for globalists, just as communists are slaves for globalists. Both support big government power, both undermine personal freedoms. There is little more than cosmetic differences between them when one knows the true history behind each movement.

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What Kills Inequality: Redistribution’s Violent History

The Great Leveler: Violence and the History of Inequality from the Stone Age to the Twenty-First Century

The Great Leveler should set off loud alarm bells. Scheidel is right to call on the world’s elites to find ways to equalize opportunities, and to do so before driverless cars, automated stores, and other technological advances complicate the task. The bloody history he recounts suggests that reducing inequality will be difficult, even in the best of circumstances. But he also exaggerates his case; there are reasons to believe that societies can reform without an instigating catastrophe.

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The decline from democracy to tyranny is both a natural and inevitable one.

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In every case, a democracy will deteriorate as the result of the electorate accepting the loss of freedom in trade for largesse from their government. This process may be fascism, socialism, communism, or a basket of “isms,” but tyranny is the inevitable endgame of democracy. Like the destruction of a sandcastle by the incoming tide, it requires time to transpire, but in time, the democracy, like the sandcastle, will be washed away in its entirety.

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The Death of a Climate Icon: Why the polar bear no longer serves as an icon of climate change.

Polar bear populations are not decreasing, and "Climate Change" in the Arctic is proving to be a political ruse as declining ice in the Arctic is offset by record ice in the Antarctic. Politics has invaded science.

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Orbán wins the migration argument: Suddenly most EU leaders echo the Hungarian prime minister

No one in Brussels wants to say it out loud, but Viktor Orbán is winning the migration debate. The Hungarian prime minister may be much maligned in European capitals for his anti-immigrant rhetoric, his opposition to the EU’s refugee relocation policy, and for building a border fence. But look closely at how EU leaders now talk about the issue and the policies they’ve adopted since the 2015 crisis, and it’s clear Orbán’s preference for interdiction over integration has somehow prevailed.

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On the Edge of Afghanistan: A decimated economy, a resurgent Taliban, and growing tensions with Iran are driving disenchanted Afghans to seek opportunities abroad. And for many it’s their only option.

Of all of Afghanistan’s lawless provinces, Nimruz is perhaps the rawest and most untamed. The desert in southwestern Afghanistan, cornering up against Iran and Pakistan, looks like something out of Mad Max: a post-apocalyptic wasteland where only camel herders and smugglers seem to thrive. Sandstorms kick up without warning, swallowing the horizon in a thick beige mist. Out of the haze, a group of motorcyclists suddenly rides past, their hair stiff with grit and their eyes hidden by goggles. This is wild country.

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THE EMPIRE OF APPLE: The company’s new iPhone and retail “town centers” presage a future of Apple as global infrastructure—one that may already have arrived.

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Apple’s latest plans suggest that the company has entered a new phase. The iPhone has become so popular that it’s almost hard to notice, like the air people breathe. So now Apple has a new job: to make the iPhone just as important when it’s old and banal as it was when new and extraordinary.

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Why The Russia Story Says More About The Deep State Than It Does About Trump

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The great risk is that intelligence bureaucracies become a government unto themselves, wholly unaccountable to elected officials. It’s already happening.

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6 Reasons Electric Vehicles Are Taking Over The World

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Remember when the idea of electric cars used to be a fantasy? Something from The Jetsons or Tron. I mean, who could imagine not needing to fill up a gas tank every 150 miles? The whole idea was ridiculous. Gas powered engines seemed like they would be the dominant force into the foreseeable future. Even a few years ago, the concept that electric cars could be widely available seemed a bit far-fetched. Sure, Tesla was producing them, but who could afford one of those? Not most people. Electric cars seemed like an option only for rich, environmentally conscious individuals. But the days of ubiquitous electric cars are here…or almost here, depending on where you live.

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There’s No Such Thing as Islamophobia: Critique of religion is a fundamental Western right, not an illness.

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The concept of Islamophobia masks the reality of the offensive, led by the Salafists, Wahhabis, and Muslim Brotherhood in Europe and North America, to re-Islamize Muslim communities—a prelude, they hope, to Islamizing the entire Western world. Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, a refugee in Qatar sought by Interpol for inciting murder and promoting terrorism, often deplored the fact that Islam failed twice in its conquest of Europe: in 732, when Charles Martel stopped the Saracens at Poitiers; and in 1689, with the aborted attempt of the Ottomans to take Vienna. Now the idea is to convert Europe to the true faith in part by transforming the law and the culture.

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How to Brainwash a Nation

This amazing interview was done back in 1985 with a former KGB agent who was trained in subversion techniques. He explains the 4 basic steps to socially engineering entire generations into thinking and behaving the way those in power want them to. It's shocking because West has been transformed in the exact same way, and followed the exact same steps. In the context of this more than 30-year old interview, one can see that ex-President Obama, Merkel, and their present ilk are nothing more than indoctrinated 'useful idiots'...

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What’s the Matter with Germany? German hubris once again threatens the West.

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First the Kaiser, then Hitler, now Angela Merkel. Over and over again and in different ways, Germany’s hubris has invented ways to take Europe down. How can we possibly be here again?

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A Progressive's Guide to Political Correctness

Is there a point where the "P.C. Police" are satisfied? Are there ever "enough" rules governing the jokes we tell, the mascots of sports teams, or the symbols on city seals? Or should we want a society as non-offensive as the American college campus? George Will, Washington Post Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, imagines what an idyllic politically correct universe would look like.

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Silicon Valley siphons our data like oil. But the deepest drilling has just begun.

 

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Personal data is to the tech world what oil is to the fossil fuel industry. That’s why companies like Amazon and Facebook plan to dig deeper than we ever imagined.

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Who Owns the Internet? What Big Tech’s monopoly powers mean for our culture.

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The tech companies are destroying something precious. . . . They have eroded the integrity of institutions—media, publishing—that supply the intellectual material that provokes thought and guides democracy. Their most precious asset is our most precious asset, our attention, and they have abused it.

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Google is losing allies across the political spectrum: Antitrust sentiment grows, so does skepticism about Google on both the left and the right.

A growing number of liberal thinkers believes that the concentration of corporate power was a major problem in the American economy. And few companies exemplify that concentration more than Google. Conservative skepticism of Google has only intensified in 2017. The high-profile August firing of James Damore was one key moment here. The former employee argued that Google was becoming an "ideological echo chamber" where right-of-center views weren't welcome.

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A Serf on Google’s Farm

We will keep using all of Google’s gizmos and services and keep cashing their checks. In the microcosm, it works for us. It’s good money. But big picture … Google is a big, big problem. So is Facebook. So is Amazon. Monopolies are a big, lumbering cause of many of our current afflictions. And we’re only now, slowly, beginning to realize it.

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Understanding Putin's Russia: The Mysteries of the Russian Mindset

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The rehabilitation of Soviet history and the reinvocation of the "Russian world" -- similar to what Donald Trump is now doing in the United States under his "America First" motto -- all of that helped save young Russia. And Russian gratitude has been directed at Putin.

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Destroy Trump media deserve every bit of criticism

The American mainstream corporate media can't handle the fact that they are being exposed as agenda driven and fake news. Their bias and lack of journalistic integrity has destroyed their reputation and pitted them against the majority of Americans.

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Capitalism—A New Idea

A tenet of capitalism is that, if it’s left alone, it will sort itself out and will serve virtually everyone well. Conversely, every effort to make the free market less free diminishes the very existence of capitalism, making it less able to function.

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