Thursday, March 26, 2009

Shred of Human Decency

The United States government has actively opposed every human rights initiative in history, and continues to do so today. Congress, the White House, and the courts will do everything in their power to safeguard America's aristocracy from being called to account. They have never and will never concede a shred of human decency absent fear of losing their privileges or lives.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Indigenous Peoples' Movement

I had an opportunity last summer to put the Indigenous Peoples' Movement in perspective. Listen in.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Defying the Universal Order

It is still (200 years later) the policy of the United States government to defeat tribalism as a way of life. The values of tribalism -- conservation, cooperation and reciprocity -- are anathema to the beliefs of progressivism, liberal and conservative. Growth, consumption and manifest destiny continue to drive the US policy of dominionism; President Obama -- a Wall Street liberal -- cannot help but proselytize this faith that defies the universal order observed by Indigenous peoples.

Sunday, March 08, 2009


Our two greatest obstacles, progressivism and fraud, are related. Abandon the worldview of scientific optimism, and it's easier to address the institutionalization of fraud.

While prosecuting fraud is a vital and noble endeavor, it can't keep up as long as power is concentrated and public wealth is centrally controlled. Disbursing governance to lower, more appropriate levels whenever possible (termed subsidiarity) is one objective toward the goal of democratization of capital as well as decision making.

One can already observe this trend toward subsidiarity in some parts of Europe and some US states, not to mention the Indigenous Peoples' Movement of self-determination manifested recently at the UN.

Monday, March 02, 2009

Two Views

Reformers see corruption as a side effect of centralized power in the modern state; analysts see it as the primary purpose.

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