Monthly Archive: August 2017

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The Rise of Pragmatism

Back in 2007 when I got into politics for the first time through the Ron Paul movement, ideology was still the primary factor driving the political scene. Individualism, collectivism, Keynesianism, the Austrian School, big...

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Problems in LGBT-land

In my country dissent on this topic is absolutely “haram”. Support for both LGBT-people and the associated political agenda is almost mandatory. I find the lack of separation between acceptance of LGBT-persons as individuals...

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The Limitations of Pepe

I’m happy to be alive in a time when seemingly impossible and amazing things can happen. Few would disagree with labelling the events occurring during the 2016 US Presidential Election season as more exciting...

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Revenge of the Deep State

So, Bannon is out. I don’t want to panic, but the enemies of Trumpism/The New Right appear to have massive momentum at the moment. We know that throwing meat to the rabid wolves on...

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Generational Guilt

J’Accuse! Is it reasonable to hold an entire generation at fault for the actions of some? As a (relatively) young person in the West today, I face decades of living with the consequences of...