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Global Kleptocracy Comes of Age: Part V of V

The Ultimate Endgame Yet what is particularly noteworthy about this new round of U.S. crony capitalism is that it involves both multinational and foreign corporations working in unison with global governmental institutions. In terms of government, the push for ever-increasing … Continue reading

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Global Kleptocracy Comes of Age: Part IV of V

A Deal Difficult to Refuse, Especially Once Accepted By Others And while many of those in the middle status ranks quickly recognize what is occurring, such that all corrupt government officials could be voted out, placing an end to the … Continue reading

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Global Kleptocracy Comes of Age: Part III of V

Fairness and Justice Redefined With high-status cronies being favored, in effect having resources redistributed to them, and low-status voters increasingly having resources redistributed to them in the name of fairness—all while an ever-expanding and increasingly-affluent government bureaucracy takes its share … Continue reading

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Global Kleptocracy Comes of Age: Part II of V

It’s Not Who You Know, It’s Who You Pay! While recognizing that such disparities are not the norm for the leading Western nations that have relatively well-established and reliable democratic systems in place, leaders have increasingly discovered ways to overcome … Continue reading

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Global Kleptocracy Comes of Age: Part I of V

From the time of the first tribal mergers some 6,000 years ago, there has been a strong tendency for those of high status to increase their status—including power, wealth, and fame—at the expense of others within their societies. For while … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Scientific Consensus For Climate Change: Part VII of VII

Oh So Close Instantly, this finding provided the scientific validation that those on the Left had desperately sought with regard to the pursuit of Climate Justice and Social Justice. The problem is, not all were seeking such validation with regard … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Scientific Consensus For Climate Change: Part VI of VII

That Grandest of Schemes All of this is the basis for the action agendas described in the UN’s Agenda 21 and the Secular Humanist Manifesto. Both are strongly defined in principle by the objectives of Sustainable Development, Social Justice, and … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Scientific Consensus For Climate Change: Part V of VII

The Redistribution Ideal While Social Justice was referred to in a theistic context in the mid-1800s, it did not emerge in its current secular form until the late 1900s. It is then that the race- and sex-based pursuits of civil … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Scientific Consensus For Climate Change: Part IV of VII

Enter Next-Generation Marxism Karl Marx envisioned the gradual victory of collectivism built from the bottom up, as he argued the independent failings of capitalism would give way to socialistic development that would eventually result in communism throughout the world—in effect … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Scientific Consensus For Climate Change: Part III of VII

Policies and Consequences While many may notice that this arrangement would effectively eliminate the incentive to grow economically for leading nations, while similarly eliminating the incentive to grow economically for lagging nations, this is the real beauty of this global … Continue reading

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