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July 2020

On Racism – Breaking Down Liberal Oppression [3/7]

By |2020-07-31T15:34:40+02:00July 31st, 2020|Reflections, Updates|

A lot of time and resources are wasted on the current debate about racism, and the counter-effective political objectives behind it. As I discuss Liberal Oppressions chapter about racism and nourish your discussions, I will tell you why I just said that. A pattern with negative effects shows in society. Politicians create multiple approaches to solve this problem. The media raise awareness on the potential measures. Through platforms, the public makes clear what measures they prefer, and things change. In my view, that is how politics should work. But today, a pattern with negative effects shows in society, if the media decide to raise awareness on this, there is public outrage. Then politicians suggest ways to solve this and/or suggest ways to silence [...]

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Video: Reflection of Economic Urgency

By |2020-07-24T22:39:38+02:00July 24th, 2020|Reflections, Updates|

Given the severity of the issue, I've postponed Liberal Oppression's episode on racism to next week and address the severe generational economic issue now. (Has this kind of issue occurred in previous eras in history before?) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09Zw0L6Zrno Click here to read the original article.

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Reflection of Economic Urgency

By |2020-07-24T22:22:12+02:00July 20th, 2020|Reflections, Updates|

The coronavirus "pandemic" may cause a distraction from this, but the problem is still growing. If I'd get a penny for every person around my age who is working hard to achieve a certain standard of living, but has it worse than their parents, I could retire by now. This is a reflection of economic urgency. The Reflection of Economic Urgency There are too many people I know and see, who are well-educated, ambitious and working full-time for years, very willing to get a mortgage but unable to. They can't get out of their parents' house. Those who decide to rent often end up having to share their home with strangers or friends. Prices on the housing market, and the demands for qualification, [...]

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Preface – Breaking Down Liberal Oppression [2/7]

By |2020-07-17T02:41:37+02:00July 17th, 2020|Reflections, Updates|

Vulture Convention! We're discussing political rivalry, freedom of speech, political policy and racism, on surface level, elaborating on the preface while the present socio-economic system is falling apart and everyone is busy looking cool on social media. This is episode 2: Preface - Breaking Down Liberal Oppression [2/7]. The next episode will be online on July 24, 2020. Be prepared. x https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BiTJO8KLHY View Episode 1  

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Introducing the Concept – Breaking Down Liberal Oppression [1/7]

By |2020-07-17T02:47:11+02:00July 9th, 2020|Reflections, Updates|

In a series of 7 videos, we will be debating about Liberal Oppression in the contemporary context. We start off by practicing my strategy for peaceful debating, with me as your chairlady. This is episode 1: Introducing the Concept - Breaking Down Liberal Oppression. For the series, you need: Your copy of Liberal Oppression Liberal Oppression's Supplement Something to write on Someone/people to have a discussion with (optional) The next episode will be online on Friday the 17th, next week, discussing the preface. Be prepared. x https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HB6aaTGoDbg View Episode 2  

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Preparing to break down Liberal Oppression

By |2020-07-09T04:13:58+02:00July 8th, 2020|Reflections, Updates|

Something I miss in life is - no offense - cognitively challenging content. It is the reason why I exhaust myself putting out new content: the bar has to be raised urgently and I see no one doing something even close to what I do, when it comes to being challenging. How long does it take you to read 10 pages? When reading Seneca, I can take a full hour to read 10 pages. Is reading quickly a display of intelligence? In the context of overall ability, of course, but in determining whether someone is of exceptional intelligence, I think not. Because I like to take the time to digest every sentence I read. When I write something, I do that in such [...]

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Fangyist Standpoints on Controversial Topics

By |2020-07-04T03:30:08+02:00July 4th, 2020|Reflections, Updates|

In this decade of enhanced division, a belief system that unifies people regardless of gender, race or religion/ideology, is more needed than ever. A system that is not adapted to modern times, but created for modern times. The new controversies thrown at you every single day, could have you feeling a persistent imbalance. You may have even seen manifestations of this imbalance that may have been almost undetectable a year ago. Without an election, the liberal movement has now (already) completed its capturing of the entire trias politica. Their unquestionability is their strength. We need a similar type of power, if we ever want to experience harmony (again). The best solution I see is to collectively confide in one person that represents your [...]

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June 2020

Liberal Oppression

By |2020-07-09T22:57:28+02:00June 27th, 2020|Ex animo, Reflections, Updates|

Paid Edition Colored Text Issue / Supplement Liberal Oppression is written to add more depth to the public debate that is fueled by growing political tension. Racism, freedom of speech and the concept of elections are pointed out among the common factors that determine "left versus right". From my "outsider's perspective", as provocatively as possible, I describe the political developments I observe and the conclusions I draw from them. The paid edition includes two bonus chapters and it has statements underlined in red, purple or blue as pointers for your discussions at home, in class or elsewhere. In a series of 7 videos, I facilitate your debate. Find the Free Edition in your [...]

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Lessons Learnt from the Course of the Coronavirus Pandemic

By |2020-06-19T00:13:04+02:00June 18th, 2020|Reflections|

Now that the curve is flattened, I have a good opportunity to compare my An Alternative Policy to Fight COVID-19 and its Side-effects to the policy that has been promoted globally, in Lessons Learnt from the Course of the Coronavirus Pandemic. (Download here.) (Or view on ResearchGate and increase my StreetCred.)

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Separate Racism from the Liberal Agenda

By |2020-06-18T17:52:50+02:00June 11th, 2020|Reflections|

Right now racism is used as a tool to abolish white cultural heritage and push through the liberal ideal of having more control over people's behavior. This divide and conquer strategy is a problem because the way the public is reacting to it shows that it's working. In this post I separate true racism, an ages old problem that still exists worldwide, from the liberal agenda. Liberals are Worsening Racism Especially to a lot of Caucasians, the rage against racism is coming completely out of nowhere. (Like why exactly now?) The (Caucasian) liberals behind the anti-racism propaganda pushing through the final point on their corona takeover agenda are spreading the idea that all colored people are treated unfairly and all Caucasians are guilty [...]

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