Just as the kingdoms and empires of old evolved over time, so does the newer forms of governments such as Democracy. Does Democracy always remain Democracy? Looking at the bigger picture, will Democracy always continue to serve the people? Michael Hudson, a research professor of Economics at University of Missouri, Kansas City, and a research … More The Evolution of Democracy to Oligarchy – The End of Western Civilization?
One Native American anon responds to another on how cultures die out, and how it relates to what happened to theirs: >I am a Native American Indian. It is our culture that we do not own land people walk on.I am also a Native American. Our culture died because we allowed it to die. Culture … More A Native American on Dead Cultures
This is a slightly abridged essay from the late John Taylor Gatto on the hidden goals of modern styled compulsory schooling. I originally found a fragmented portion of it on 4chan in a discussion thread on the topic of indoctrination among the masses, but found a more complete version of it in a link. It … More The Goal of Modern Compulsory Schooling
Below is an essay based on a speech by Senator Ann O’Connell that was adapted by Diane Alden. It sheds a lot of light on the public schooling system used in the US and a good chunk of the rest of the world today. The original archive for this essay is now long gone from … More Are we teaching American Citizens or training Prussian Serfs?
An anon talks about the impact of French history and Napoleon on multiculturalism as we know it today: >multiculturalism Was mostly fucked up by France, the way I read history. Damn France. Prior to the French Revolution, Europe was pretty cool about this. If the King of Hungary or whatever happened to have a ghetto … More Napoleon’s Impact on Modern Multiculturalism
The below is not written by me, but rather a series of posts by an Anon on 4chan that goes into an abridged history of the Weimar Republic, which existed in Germany between the first and second World War. Despite the significance of Weimar, it was never taught in any of my history classes back … More A Brief History of the Weimar Republic
When the first emperor of China died, he named his first son, the crown prince Fusu as his successor. However the eunuch Zhao Gao (a palatial official and the tutor of the emperor’s second son), conspired along with the chancellor of the nation, Li Si and the emperor’s second son, Huhai. Their conspiracy was successful … More To call a deer a horse