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Krazy Karzai

I’ve always been amazed at the sheer sophistication of Eurasian nomads, especially their ability to discern propaganda.  A culture primarily shaped within oral traditions is NOT easily duped by either western mores nor technological advance.  As Marshall McLuhan studied throughout … Continue reading

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Partisan Humanism, Ideology & The Limits Of Political Passion

Edmund Burke and Lord Acton were the first to meaningfully engage the eclipse of Christian transcendence that was the French Revolution.  Many other writers throughout the West have done the same in articulating the humanism that embodied Soviet Marxism:  Raymond … Continue reading

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