Author Archives: regensordo

Unity at the Top, Division Down Below

In 1862, Charles Hazzard, an “agent” of London “capitalists”, sent a letter to New York “capitalists” associates. This explosive little document became publicly known as the Hazzard Circular in 1886, and was reprinted in The Little Statesman, “A Middle-of-the-Road Manual for American Voters” in 1895

The Anti-Democratic Origins Of Capitalism: Colonial Virginia

Racism and identity politics is one of the most fundamental and effective tactics of divide and conquer in the world since the beginning, and particularly the United States. As the American empire dies down lower order divisions will be amped up.  Identity politics is being pushed by the Established Order as never before. Traditionally the […]

Who’s Afraid of a Universal Basic Income

The idea of a universal basic income is gaining currency (pun intended). The higher orders are afraid. “At the annual gathering of the global elite in the Swiss resort of Davos, billionaire finance chieftains debate how to make capitalism kinder to the masses to defuse populism,” says the one and only New York Times in […]

The Uses of Divide and Conquer

At the 17:20 mark of the Corbett Report’s “Questions For Corbett” series,  We find an excellent image of divide and conquer. In fact, it is divide and conquer within divide and conquer. In the video, a worker  proudly rests a shovel over his shoulder as he stands triumphantly on the back of a doctor on […]

Down the Rabbit Hole with Capitalist “Rationality”

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 […]

Mass Stupidity

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 […]

In the Time of Useful Idiots

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 […]