Posts Tagged ‘War’

The Path From Defiance to Compliance

Saturday, January 24th, 2015   Submitted by Stephen White

ComplyThink of the beliefs you have which you hold most dear. How much will it cost for you to change those beliefs? Will you change them for a title? Will you change them for prestige? Will you change them for riches? We would like you to be compliant and obedient, so tell us what it will take for you to change those beliefs?


Finance War No More

Thursday, September 18th, 2014   Submitted by Tyrone Johnson

SilentVaultSince World War One the United States has engaged in wars of aggression and military occupation in Central America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. To this day the US military occupies 56 bases in Germany, 113 facilities in Italy, and 84 in Japan. They have an armed force in the “demilitarized zone” on the Korean peninsula, and hundreds of bases in at least 70 different countries.


The End of Surface Warfare?

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013   Submitted by Roman Skaskiw

GoldBitWho wouldn’t want a seat at Brzezinski’s Grand Chessboard, if only occasionally — say, on long weekends?

The grand chessboard is a paradigm which substitutes individual wills for collective ones and treats each of them as a chess piece for you to command.

The book which popularized the phrase focuses on Eurasia, but its title and tone portrays the world at large as a giant amusement park for aspiring collectivists and their myriad admirers, for people with all of Napoleon’s ambition and none of his ability or initiative. On some days, this describes me.


American Revolution v. Declaration of Independence

Monday, July 23rd, 2012   Submitted by Wendy McElroy

Was America born from war or from the Declaration of Independence? The question draws a distinction between the American Revolution (or War of Independence) and the principles that inspired it.


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