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Thoughts on some aspects of “reverse discrimination”, the creation of “false entitlement”, and the hidden culture clash

In the 1990’s I coined the word “reverse discrimination” to describe an interesting logic I see a lot.  It is very hypocritical in that it professes to be against discrimination but it is actually a form of discrimination.  Its interesting … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the hidden contempt of politicians in a democracy . . . a quality brought out in the Trump presidency – the dilemma of a “leader” with remarks about the “pretend democracy” and the “democratic Regency”

I often get a kick out of things that President Trump says.  He is very blunt, direct, and to the point, often to the point of being offensive.  Some of what he says he probably shouldn’t say but, personally, there’s … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “Democratic vanguardism” and the need to force things to happen – revealing a failing of the democratic condition

Here is a thought I had: There is something which I often jokingly call “Democratic vanguardism”.  Basically, this amounts to trying to force things to happen so that they will go according to the theory of Democracy.  In this way, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on some effects caused by democracy – the illusions and problems caused by having no one in charge, with remarks about the “leader”

I started this some time ago.  I think its still relevant to record: I’ve always said that the fact that there is no one in charge, or no “leader”, in democracy creates many illusions and many problems, such as: Since … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the unique quality of the American ‘perpetual power vacuum’ – the fear of a person in power, its origins with Moses, and the tug-of-war between a system and humanity

Here’s a thought I had: It seems, to me, that the U.S. has a unique power vacuum problem.  It is largely a result of its political system.  It creates a condition that leads to a power vacuum that can never … Continue reading

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Thoughts on ‘democratically justified bias’

Here’s a thought I had: To me, the U.S. is very biased.  This bias, though, is of a particular and unique form which, I don’t think, exists anywhere else (though western Europe has similar qualities).  As far as I’m concerned it … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the cold war interpretation of the U.S. Constitution: distortion “in the name of the Constitution”

I tend to believe that the cold war created a unique interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.  It is a very unique interpretation, one that, in my opinion, has become erroneous and false. In fact, I feel that the cold war distorted the U.S. Constitution.  Not only … Continue reading

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Thoughts on my statement: “The cold war is over. We don’t have to see malicious intent in peoples actions anymore . . . ” – the cold war warpage of American ideals, law, and political views and other things

Recently, I continually find myself saying a statement that got me to thinking about some interesing things (some of which I’ve spoken of before).  The statement goes something like this: “The cold war is over.  We don’t have to see malicious … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how “freedom and democracy” undermines human society

Here’s a thought I often have: When I was a kid I used to think democracy was this big thing.  Why shouldn’t I of thought that?  That’s what I was brought up with.  As time went on, though, I began … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how I responded to an interview on TV – WAM envy again . . . and ‘culture clash’

I saw an interview on the TV, some time ago, that made me quite irate.  I only saw about a minute of it but it was enough for me. They had a group of people – filmmakers, I think.  They … Continue reading

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