In most of the developed world, denial of climate change is on par with denying the moon landing, the theory of evolution, or the fact that the earth is round. In America however, in the heart of world imperialism, climate change and science denial is extremely common. So common in fact, that the current President … Continue reading Ecological Catastrophe: The Global Superstate That May Become Necessary For Our Survival
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I think the internet was humanity's best achievement thus far. All other innovations pale in comparison. All of human knowledge is now knowable instantaneously. Never before was this possible in any previous epoch. We are all connected to one another through this medium of communication and anonymous exchange. Let us preserve this great achievement … Continue reading The Internet is Humanity’s Best Achievement: Let Us Use It To Better Ourselves
Going on today is what I see as an unofficial, disorganized, and very liberal "cultural revolution" that, while recognizing the racist nature of our society, is not addressing the institutional roots of the problem. On the contrary, is individualistically and idealistically slandering individuals and commodities for taking part in a system of which, they too, … Continue reading Why The Liberal “Cultural Revolution” Against Racism Is Doomed To Fail
Any elected official with any real power that does not make the abolition of homelessness a concrete goal is guilty of crimes against humanity in my eyes. At present, that is almost every elected official, republican or democrat, in the country. When you give food to the homeless do not be fooled for one second … Continue reading The Existence of Homelessness in America Today is a Crime Against Humanity!
"Liberty consists of doing anything which does not harm others: thus, the exercise of the natural rights of each man has only those borders which assure other members of the society the enjoyment of these same rights. These borders can be determined only by the law." -Article 4 of the Declaration of The Rights of … Continue reading The Marxist Case for Human Rights
No, of course torture should be dogmatically rejected by any politician. But secretly as an unspoken rule, in order to maintain the illusion of civility we do it anyways but keep it on the hush hush. Of course it becomes necessary when someone hid a bomb somewhere that'll go off at X time in a … Continue reading Briefly on the unspoken rule regarding torture and Trump’s disregarding of it
I am a socialist because I simply refuse to accept that the richest country on earth "can not afford to" provide housing for all, employment for all, guarantee a means of subsistence to all who work, provide universal healthcare, and not exploit the third world. Somehow, it is "unethical" to seize the means of producing … Continue reading Why I am a Socialist