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Month: July 2017

The Soy Industrial Complex

The Soy Industrial Complex

They are pulling the strings behind the scenes. You see the breadth of their power at changing supermarket shelves, in the changes to the office cantina lunch menu and in the recent headlines about falling sperm counts. Big Soy is done hiding in the shadows, slowly concentrating power and influence until ready to spread its tentacles into all areas of society. The soy singularity is now. I first took an interest in soy as a political and health related issue…

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They Still Don’t Get It

They Still Don’t Get It

For some reason, I still watch clips from ABC’s “The View” and The Young Turks. Apart from following what the other side is talking about and how they frame what is currently in the news, there is little insight to be gained from watching their coverage. They simply haven’t been able to connect to the new Trump centric reality. They are analysing the politics of yesteryear, their methodology and knowledge has to a certain extent become obsolete. The legacy media,…

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Admitting Your Mistakes

Admitting Your Mistakes

Admitting your mistakes is a powerful, transformational and necessary thing to do in order to insure continued personal growth. It isn’t easy to do, especially in the face of victimhood culture pressuring you to blame everyone and everything but yourself. Rather than being a sign of weakness, I believe that showing self-knowledge through objective analysis of yourself is a positive virtue. I’ve recently spent quite a bit of time looking back at the decade that was. In that period of…

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Did We Really Handle Terrorism Well?

Did We Really Handle Terrorism Well?

“We will go on as if nothing happened!”. The masses cheer this sentiment on and the talking heads clap each other on their shoulders. We didn’t allow terrorism to change out political debate. We didn’t allow the terrorists to change us or our way of life. We won, end of story. Except that we didn’t. To understand terrorism, you must be able to look at the different layers in its complex structure. Terrorism is rarely primarily about indiscriminate mass killing….

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Nuclear Accident Response – Individualistic vs Collectivistic Approaches

Nuclear Accident Response – Individualistic vs Collectivistic Approaches

Nuclear power plants are incredibly controversial. They conjure images of atomic explosions and victims suffering from radiation sickness in our heads. A couple of years ago I saw a statistic in a science magazine that the risk to the public is incredibly small. Living close to a nuclear power station for a year is about as dangerous as drinking a bottle of Coca-Cola or going on a short bike ride. Most reasonable people would accept this risk as a fair…

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Breaking Free From The Childfree Lifestyle Mold

Breaking Free From The Childfree Lifestyle Mold

Guilty as charged. I used to be one of “them”. The men suffering from a failure to launch, seduced by modern cultural marxist inspired mainstream culture. Those viewing children and babies as annoying, time consuming, resource draining and a ball and chain on your opportunities for living an exciting and fulfilling life. I was firmly in the aspiring “DINK” (dual income no kids) category. In holding these views, I was a conformist. The birth rates amongst natives in Western countries…

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Reflections on my First Decade of Adulthood

Reflections on my First Decade of Adulthood

I recently turned 28 and have thus officially been an “adult” for ten years. I’ve had some time to reflect on what I have accomplished in this period of time and on what I failed to accomplish. Looking back can be a useful exercise in order to gain insight into how one should live their life going forward. Like most people, I have gained insights and knowledge over the years that I wish I would have had access to at…

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