Too Many Rights Make a Wrong?: On Truckers, Digital Panopticons, and Overunity Politics

In 1990 theologian John Milbank wrote Theology and Social Theory. The book was (and continues to be) a radical critique of modernist humanism particularly of the social sciences as being an intellectual cover for a more power-grabbing, secular agenda. Milbank argued that while the social scientific disciplines—particularly economics, political…

Weaponizing the Noosphere: Cybernetic Entrapment of The Human Heart-Mind

"After mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love. And then, for the second time in the history of the world, man [sic] will have discovered fire." —Teilhard de Chardin "They're putting us in identical little boxes/ No character just…

The Spectre of Marxism: High Socialist Strangeness

“A spectre is haunting Europe—the spectre of communism.” —Karl Marx Recently Ezekiel73 penned this epic piece exploring what I call MK-(C)Ultra, i.e. a pathological trauma-induced cultural reality. In other words, MK-(C)Ultra involves social engineering and culture creation on a mass scale based out of…

The Physics of Reparations

“Jack was nimble, Jack was quick/ Got a question for Jack, ask him… 40 Acres and mule Jack Where is it? 
Why you try to fool the Black?” —Public Enemy Who Stole the Soul? In a previous set of pieces I looked at social movements in light of models of…

The (Q)uestion of Trump: Thoughts on Russiagate, Q, and The Path Ahead

This is the second part of a series exploring the rise and fall of Donald Trump. If you haven’t already read Part I (you can here), you’ll want to do that before going ahead. That piece laid out an argument for Donald Trump’s longstanding deep state ties,…

2020: WTF Year in Review

The title of this piece says it all—WTF 2020? How are we to make sense of the absolute insanity of the past year? This piece will seek to answer that question or at least offer some helpful frames to assist in the process. The first frame to help gain…

OODA Loops and the Cabal: Surviving and Thriving in the War Zone of Your Mind

Col. John Boyd (US Air Force) was the originator of the OODA Loop Theory. OODA stands for Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act. Boyd initially crafted the theory in terms of military strategy but eventually extended it from there to a whole host of other domains, including learning theory and business…

UFOs Are Real: (Most) Ufology Is A Psyop

“Life is not a problem to be solved but a reality to be experienced.” —Soren Kierkegaard This piece is going to be a very complex and multifaceted one. It builds on and seeks to tie together a number of threads covered in earlier pieces concerning the UFO Phenomenon. The aim…

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