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Some thoughts on how forcing democracy is bad

Recently, I got in a conversation about the “forcing” of democracy onto countries (I probably mentioned some of this before).  The “forcing” of democracy is something that has always disgusted me.  Its just becomes another version of a take-over as far … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘organization culture’

The other day I got in a conversation with someone where I spoke of the ‘organization culture’.  This is a culture that has an attitude of organization as part of its qualities.  This attitude is generally ingrained in the way … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how we kill living things “in their prime” for food

Here is a thought I had after hearing some people talking: Recently, I’ve heard of a number of instances where people were upset because animals were being killed for food.  Some people won’t even eat meat because its eating an animal … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on a solution to the the “disease” of the modern world

Recently, I received a comment on one of my articles (Thoughts on the new “pseudo-gay” – another sign of the dehumanization of the modern world???) in which there was a remark about possible solutions.  This got me to thinking . . … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the myth of the ‘mysterious and miraculous power of the government’

During a conversation recently I found myself saying what amounts to this: One of the words I jokingly call the government is the “company”.  The reason why I say this is to emphasize that it is only an organization and to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a response to my article, “Thoughts on matriarchial societies: Africa, slavery, and rebuilding – the effects of non-organized society”- The ‘female as saint and saviour’ myth

I received a reply to one of my articles (“Thoughts on matriarchial societies: Africa, slavery, and rebuilding – the effects of non-organized society“) that was quite interesting.  I’m not sure who sent it (it really doesn’t matter) but I wish to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the new “ultra-organized un-organized” society and the male

Here’s a thought I had one day: My inquiry into human society has shown that civilization is primarily a product of the male character.  It is the male character that organized society and created civilization.  They created things like social structure, laws, economy, science, knowledge, the … Continue reading

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On the crisis of keeping a humanly relevent world – the ‘war for humanness’

Nowadays, we are having problems with keeping our lives humanly relevent.  In fact, I consider that this is now CRISIS proportions.  Though we don’t know it, there is now a ‘war for humanness’ going on.  It is being waged by a small part … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how we are in the “post-science era”

Science has had its time . . . whoopi! We’ve had all the research, the technology, and products of science thrown at us.  Yeah, its helped abit.  Yeah, its done damage.  Yeah, its come up with new points of view.  Yeah, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘post-authority male’ – the importance of authority in American society – the “male authority-needing-and-following tendency”

I have always thought that the male in American society is in a dilemma.  The male, in particular, has been hit rather hard.  He’s become like a ‘nothing’, a ‘nobody’.  He seems lost and disoriented in life.  I also tend to … Continue reading

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