Category Archives: The Mind & Society

Hillary Clinton’s Logic Bubble

I’ve previously introduced readers to the idea of a logic bubble. This is a concept introduced by the magnificent and prolific Edward de Bono in his book Edward de Bono’s Thinking Course. The Logic-Bubble is a way of thinking about a person’s … Continue reading

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Freedom of speech: A.Z. Mohamed on the totalitarianism of islam and political correctness

Via the Gatestone Institute, a good piece on political correctness and its similarity with islam in they way they shut down dissenting voices and control the thoughts of others: Thought-control is necessary for the repression of populations ruled by despotic … Continue reading

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Interesting posts

James Howard Kunstler on how the madness of the Baizuo has finally provoked the blond beast. We had it shackled, locked in a lead-lined nailed coffin, entombed in a stone mausoleum, for seventy years. And these unspeakables, so righteous in … Continue reading

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Foresight – Enoch Powell

A letter to the Financial Times, from Mr Julian Boswall, 20 June, 2017: Sir, It is not correct that the people in Britain were mendaciously told in 1975 that the common market had “no political agenda” (Letters, June 16). Enoch … Continue reading

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Monk. Islam.

Further reading of the Monk archive allowed me to find this, in his essay ISIS and the Pathology of Islam: In short, the one God of Islam is not the God of Abraham, of Micah, of Isaiah – or of … Continue reading

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Reid – on point

After all the garbage spewed in the media about Trump and his supporters, it’s a pleasant change to hear what to me sounds like the fundamental reality articulated so clearly. Well done Ms Reid. Note that this clip is from … Continue reading

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Monk

As a result of a chain of unexpected events, I’ve discovered a motherlode of Paul Monk’s essays. I didn’t realise that he’d been blogging for the past few years. The stash doesn’t contain his older essays, which appeared in the … Continue reading

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Paul Gottfried on the Baizuo

From Unz: Every day I hear exasperated Trump-backers exclaim that the Left has gone crazy. And their complaint seems justified, at least up to a point. The demonstrations against Trump, which now involve such gestures as setting fires, destroying property … Continue reading

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It’s Scriptural, and Therefore Insoluble

  Better late than never, I suppose. A Bangladeshi-born psychiatrist says the ABC plays a role in radicalising young Muslim teenagers by over emphasising how they are victims of discrimination. Tanveer Ahmed, a cultural Muslim who moved to Australia when … Continue reading

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Reality Winner, Reality Terror

I thought that this was quite a good satirical summary of the weirdness of the Reality Winner story. While reading it, this line grabbed me: Start with her name: “Reality Winner.” Then let’s tick off the other boxes: lesbian bodybuilder, … Continue reading

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