See Part I. What were the circumstances out of which modern Liberalism was born? What real world events and interests influenced John Locke in writing his founding Liberal document The Second Treatise on Governement, with its rallying cry of “Sanctity of Property”. The major series of events that took place in that era was, of […]

It is often forgotten that ruling class domination has nothing to do with politics. It is pure patriarchal power. One could say that is politics itself. But We mean theories and history. Republicanism, democracy, libertarianism and even socialistic ideologies can get lost in abstractions when the reality comes down to who has their grip on […]

 The term “rigged game” should have been word of the year in 2016. Both the US and the EU have been exposed as never before in this modern era. The “defeat” of Bernie Sanders and Wikileaks revelations in the US; the destruction of Greece, and election after election show general hostility to EU policies and […]

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In What is wrong with these people?, Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post made an admission that defenders of “illegal” migration loathe to hear: “Immigrants who are here illegally are more likely to work (hence, they must have some job skills) than other groups.” Rubin cites, from a Money article, Professor George Borjas of Harvard.  […]

See Ruling class Axioms. Anything that becomes a matter of life and death in a ruling class society attains an air of sublimity for those who must endure it. The masses want to become real People. It is their animal instinct. The ruling class always wants to breed its masses to be herd animals. It […]

The Empire continues to collapse and the ruling class is getting ever more nervous. The masses may start asking questions. “Western democracies are in trouble, grappling with rising inequality, lost confidence in government, fraying social fabrics, and intense political divides. What has brought on this crisis?” asks G. John Ikenberry in a Foreign Affairs review […]