The Future Perfect Pt. 1 From the Paris Peace Conference…

By Duane Hayes “I call this lecture ‘From Versailles to Cybernetics,’ naming the two historic events of the twentieth century. The word ‘cybernetics’ is familiar, is it not? But how many of you know what happened at Versailles in 1919?” Gregory Bateson, lecture at the...

Fabianism

Get Your 30 day free trial of communism Say it with me: Only Thing Missing from G_lag is U Socialism (Modern) is the same as, communism (post WWII), is the same as zionism (zevi 1666?), is the same as Nimrodism (Pre Christian) If your not having hardy laughs at how...

American Suburbia: Platos Cave

The son of a wealthy and noble family, Plato (427-347 B.C.) was preparing for a career in politics when the trial and eventual execution of Socrates (399 B.C.) changed the course of his life. He abandoned his political career and turned to philosophy, opening a school...

The Inquiry in Paris Part 2

Many members of the Inquiry would parlay their work with the Inquiry into illustrious international careers later working with the largest American foundations in the specific areas of social research and applied science. Many would go on to preside over major...

The Inquiry in Paris

“The scholar expert, today has a status and role both commonplace and indispensable. This was not always so: the change began with US participation in the First World War, when professional historians from the most respected universities in the country were...

The Staple of Mankind – Firewood

Link to Article by Straus News I believe it was the cast out angel Azazel that taught man how to use fire. Since the dawn of mankind fire has been the staple of sustance as well as abundance, for a large pile means that you will have heat for warmth, as well as heat...

How Secret Societies Rule The World

It often strikes a man to inquire what is the chief good in life; to one the thought comes that it is a happy marriage, to another great wealth, and as each seizes on the idea, for that he more or less works for the rest of his existence. To myself, thinking over the...