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David Livingstone explains the political “dialectic” in the United States 👇
The dialectic exploits the New Left’s alignment with a progressive political and economic agenda to advance a set of secular rights and values that reject traditional morality. Conversely, an opposing conservative base of support has been cultivated by identifying these liberal values as contrary to Christian “family values,” and repudiating government assistance to the poor as “communism,” in favor of neoliberal economics.
- “Ordo Ab Chao” Volume Six, 1. Culture Wars
"Yemen suffers from the world’s worst humanitarian crisis sparked by five years of Saudi bombing and blockade. The humanitarian crisis has worsened this year as international donations have dried up and the Trump administration has suspended aid to the north of Yemen where most of the country’s population lives. The U.N. The Secretary-General warned last week that Yemen faces the worst famine in decades, saying that the country is in imminent danger and that without immediate action, millions of lives may be lost."
Article link: https://www.mintpressnews.com/yemen-trumps-last-minute-gifts-to-saudi-arabia-may-be-backfiring/273336/
“We all heard so much about infantile masses, of an ability to hide in the anonymous mass – in a word: the first association we tend to get when we think in terms of mass man is irresponsibility. However, rarely do we hear anything about equally deprived mass responsibility; rarely, of course, except on Kali Tribune.
In this podcast we’ll address the subject of the flip side of popular power – popular responsibility as exemplified by idea, prevalent among the masses, that every problem and indeed everything occurring in this world is due to man or, more precisely, average man.
To demonstrate the absurdity of this notion and some of its possible roots, we’ll employ the help Joseph de Maistre, with the special focus on ideas from his essay On the Generative Principle of Political Constitutions, most eminently his insight into impossibility of creating the a priori legislature and the inferiority of written, i.e. systematized, laws and the impossibility of sovereignty coming from below.”
Hard to be a God
Atheism seems to be quite self explanatory term. Granted, we do live in atheistic societies, in the sense that religion in the proper sense of the word is almost completely ejected from political and cultural deliberations. Even more so, this applies to academia. Finally, at least half of the peoples which we could still, at least by their geographical situation or ancestry, call Europeans are actually shedding the residues of their religious past. Yet, are we to blame this on atheists of our age, especially the so called “new atheists”? In this podcast we’ll answer this question in the firm negative.
Atheism, Old and New
Why is the West collapsing? In this video I lay out the basic philosophical reasons the West is dying and giving into post-modernism and tech worship. As we seek to recover true spirituality, I discuss how we have to have our priorities in place and not seek a purely political answer. In this discussion I highlight the Triadic imbalance and the social/political results.
Spiritual Collapse of the West
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What's to be believed?
Why does one forget so many things in the course of one’s life? Why, on the other hand, the knowledge we retain has some peculiar, non-quantifiable, qualities to it?
What it means to be in the know?
These are the questions we’ll try to answer in this podcast, by referring them to one all encompassing distinction – that between ‘Being’ and ‘having being’. As always we begin with real life examples of the problem and in the course of discussion touch upon the important subject of personal identity, i.e. we denounce the error of identifying the person with the consciousness, an error that becomes quite apparent when reflecting on act of sleep and of having dreams. Also, we turn to our previous work on Nicholas of Cues’ De Visione Dei to provide us with some aid in addressing the problem on the higher level, once we abandon the ground of everyday experience.
Blackshoes: Even more interesting he wrote during the 1920s and it's become even more apparent now .
9 “The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.”
pegasusbesideme: But,Truth! If I must walk thru Hell on Earth,
Surely I would die bringing Ice?
Tell me-Truth,is this blasphemy?
Not. Tis my pathetic attempts at
Poetic Justice. Or picking up the pieces.
Of the Splintered and the Lost.
And actually I think there is a hierarchy in Hell also.