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By: Jafe Arnold and Joaquin Flores Tragedy & Farce: Reconsidering Marxian Superstructural Analysis of Heterodox Social Movements Part I: Utopia vs. Myth, the Poetry of the Past, and Social Revolution – a general introduction to this series ‘ Introduction et us begin by resolving … Continue reading →
By: Tesha Teshanovic “Everyone in Serbia who believes in the good intentions of the United States makes a big mistake” – James Porrazzo In the United States, despite massive brainwashing of people using globalist ideas, there are people who think differently. … Continue reading →
By: J.V Capone Democracy Is A Lie: The Tribal Anthropology Of Politics Our democracy compartmentalizes extreme singular views that already exist in a pluralistic form in all of us, as seen in tribal societies.
By: Adam Danek In Lenin’s Kerzhenet spirit The Abbot cries decrees, As if the sources of all storms He was looking at the books of Old Believers. … Continue reading →
By: J.V Capone Distribute Widely Today April 11th 2014 @ 11:00 marked the 48 hour deadlines which the illegal and criminal Junta in Kiev had given as the ultimatum for the break-away republics in Eastern Ukraine to give up and surrender control … Continue reading →