Richard Thaler, Professor of Economics at the infamous Chicago School recently claimed the coveted Nobel Prize. As a “behavioral” economist, he has helped his colleagues, and no doubt many Liberals and Conservatives, understand that humans are not wholly rational creatures. We applaud Professor Thaler’s contributions in helping economists understand that “irrationality” is part of the […]
In this day and age, at this point in the evolution — or decay — of liberal democratic capitalism, one should be able to say without fear of offense, that to be a rank-and-file loyalist of the Established parties you must be an idiot bred to maximum stupidity. Social stupidity is not the exclusive domain […]
The useful idiot is always welcome to the ruling class. In times of transition they are especially useful as the means by which the Great Institution achieves change in society. But useful as they are, they are, of course, idiots. And through their tragic and easily curable stupidity they could bring both masses and their […]
Society is endangered and with it our beloved ruling class. How can We survive without the devotional system we all (if unconsciously) sacrifice to? Our crumbling society is also endangering the very values that prop Us up. What is the religion of today’s decaying ruling class? It is capitalism of course. It is the God […]
The biology of ruling class society.
The human individual is certainly an anomaly in this animal world, perhaps even a rare occurrence in the whole universe. What other being creates a monster called the ruling class that tears apart the very ecosystems — social and natural — which sustains it? What else but the human ruling class can alter the flow […]
The Ruling Class Preservation Society likes The Corbett Report. We mentioned the Report and other supposedly non mainstream media in another post on the shifting political and media landscape. The Corbett Report has done excellent reporting, but it also parrots Libertarian/Austrian economics, which the Preservation Society disavows rigorously (though many of Us at the Preservation […]