Sep 172020
 


In the absence of any rational justification for them, what the continual lockdown threats and irrational rules surrounding COVID-19 clearly demonstrate is that we currently live under fascist rule. It’s no “creeping” fascism. It’s here. Now.

Like all forms of collectivism, fascism is an ideology of the Left. Generally, those on the Left support continuing the lockdowns and COVID rules while those on the Right favor freedom and individual choice. These Left versus Right competing narratives are clearly distinguishable on the basis of philosophy and ideology.

Labels continually prove to be unavoidable in political discourse because they are both a necessity and a weapon.

When correctly defined instead of being avoided, political labels can become a powerful weapon for the Right and against fascism given fascism’s exclusive association with the Left. Continue reading »

Sep 102020
 

When people object to political “polarization,” what they’re really objecting to is the right to politically disagree. Since all such disagreement is by its nature polarized, this objection itself represents a polarized political position – of the Left. It’s not surprising then that the Left-dominated mainstream media doesn’t want the world to know just how much growing opposition there actually is to the world-wide COVID-19 lockdown measures.

At least two million-plus protesters filled the streets of Berlin Germany on August 29, yet the mainstream media falsely reported their numbers in the low thousands, and dismissed the protesters as “COVID deniers.”

Of course “fake news” is nothing new. Mainstream media has been spreading fake news since the very concept of “news” itself was created. Fake news strives to create the illusion that there is no disagreement with its narrative.

The growing public resistance to the entire COVID-19 “pandemic” lockdowns and forced mask mandates has at last uncovered a political polarity that should not be condemned or resisted but celebrated and embraced.

In the world of politics, ideological electoral options are necessarily binary, leading to a natural polarization of their symbolic terms Left and Right. When objectively and correctly associated with their proper ideologies, the polarized terms of Left and Right can be used as a powerful compass making it possible to steer the ship of state in the right direction.

After all, a political compass must reliably point towards each of the polarized forces of Left and Right before that compass can guide us in the direction that’s Just Right.

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669 – Deference to expertise | Professor Christopher Essex

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Aug 272020
 


“Giving one person such power is an example of the anti-democratic deference to expertise in our society.”

That warning conveyed by our guest Dr Christopher Essex, Professor, Dept of Applied Mathematics at the University of Western Ontario, came after observing that “they are now requiring masks on the basis of a decision from a public health official concerned with future outbreaks.”

Expanding on Richard Feynmann’s observation that “science is a belief in the ignorance of experts,” Dr Essex adds that the analytical process is alien to politics. Nevertheless, governing interests rely on data and mathematical model projections to validate a COVID-19 narrative justifying continual state control over freedom of association.

Most alarming is the lack of any “limiting principle” signalling an end to the lockdowns and controls. This is reflected in a similar lack of “limiting principles” regarding the data and models that were used to project alarming and incorrect pandemic statistics.

Dr Essex’s unique analytical perspective on the whole COVID-19 phenomenon raises issues rarely considered. These include: the workings of networks and nodes in the spread and dissipation of coronavirus, the collectivist thinking that inhibits finding solutions, the herd mentality that creates a climate of fear out of “style and fashion,” the “virtuous corruption” practiced for causes believed to be just, and a general lack of common sense in coping with the crisis.

Reassuringly, it’s not necessary to be an ‘expert’ in order to distinguish facts from fictions. As Dr Essex advises, simply applying common sense is far more reliable than “experts” would have us believe. Everyone should stop being afraid, think independently, and direct their efforts towards better understanding the greater context of the COVID-19 pandemic. What better way to arrive at any valid conclusions that are Just Right!

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666 – COVID-19’s ethical cancer – the morality of altruism

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Aug 062020
 

An end to the COVID-19 pandemic will never be found through some future means of defeating the SARS CoV-2 virus. That’s because the COVID-19 pandemic is a politically orchestrated moral pandemic, not a viral one.

Thanks to continued unnecessary lockdowns, the forced wearing of masks and social distancing rules, we now know that our politicians can force arbitrary and irrational restrictions on us without being held accountable for their actions. But worse, we also now know that there are a great many people not only willing to follow their orders without question, but who are eager to help enforce those orders against their fellow citizens.

This is beyond tragedy. At the root of this acceptance of evil lies a widely accepted belief that these actions can all be justified by altruism. “If it only saves one life, it’s all worth it.”

This is a demonstrably immoral argument. For any society this represents an ethical cancer, which just like any cancer if left unchecked eventually destroys the host body. No society can possibly survive on the irrational principle of self-sacrifice.

Nor can any number of COVID-19 ‘model projections,’ or slogans insisting that “we’re all in this together,” possibly justify the suicidal path taken by our politicians and health care officials.

Their prescriptions, all based on unethical manifestations of the Left, have been designed to defeat human nature itself. What’s required is a moral prescription that’s Just Right – one that defends human nature instead of attempting to defeat it.

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Two flew over the cuckoo’s nest | Salim Mansur

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Apr 112020
 

The current drastic measures to reduce the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus have people so much on edge that it is difficult to believe that we can come out of this unscathed psychologically and culturally.

Since 2001 most of us, especially those born since then, have become inured to a culture of surveillance but, with the current pandemic, we seem to be entering into an informant culture where everyone is suspected to be a possible bio-weapon.

Professor Salim Mansur likens our current predicament to Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest with only a few of us realizing that we are in an institution for the insane.

This is a precarious time where the West’s very culture of individual freedom is in peril of being lost forever. Our situation is made all the worse since we are tacitly committing ourselves into an asylum of our own making.

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Globalism and why Johnny is a Marxist | Salim Mansur

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Apr 032020
 

All political and cultural movements begin with an idea. In the case of globalism, that idea is Marxism.

The educators of the Western world over the past 75 or more years have, in various ways, made the ideas of Karl Marx part of the standard curricula of our public school systems and universities. The result is that we now have a population that is significantly illiterate, unable to reason, incapable of logic, ignorant of science, and unable to think independently.

Because of this dumbing down of the West people consequently find it easy to believe that CO2 is a pollutant, that Michael Bloomberg, who spent 500 million on his campaign, could have just given every American one million dollars, and that there are 63 genders.

Salim Mansur of Western University explains the process by which Marxists have, over a period of decades, infiltrated our academies of learning and altered them into institutions of globalist indoctrination and propaganda.

(In our discussion, Salim made note of a report by Stanley Kurtz of The National Association of Scholars. That report can be found here: https://www.nas.org/reports/the-lost-history-of-western-civilization.)

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Nov 282019
 

Why Johnny Can't Think

Increasing illiteracy rates and decreasing rates of mastering common knowledge have become highly visible trends within education systems right across North America.

Millennials, in particular, have been identified as the least educated and most illiterate generation in recent history. However, this is not the fault of that generation, or necessarily of others similarly afflicted by illiteracy and its attendant symptoms. Most of the problem can be blamed on the education systems and the teaching trends followed by most schools across North America.

Moreover, it’s not just about ‘what’ is being taught (or not taught), but about ‘how’ it is being taught. Perhaps the most disturbing realization about what has been called ‘progressive education’ is that its teaching methods have been intentionally designed to interfere with and cripple students’ ability to reason. This is no mere accusation, but is the explicit and stated goal of the architects of progressive education.

While for most this is an unthinkable and sinister thing to do to children, to those intent on nurturing compliant and obedient followers incapable of resisting the forces of collectivism, it’s the perfectly appropriate thing to do. It is a practice that has been growing and gaining acceptance within public schools for the better part of the last century. More than any single cause, this practice is responsible for today’s shocking level of illiteracy and for the increasing number of young people who cannot reason objectively or think independently. Continue reading »