Cecil Rhodes "John Ruskin spoke to the Oxford undergraduates  as members of the privileged, ruling class.
Only a small percentage of readers are interested in the truth. Most want their biases or brainwashing vindicated. They want to read what they already believe. It is comforting, reassuring. When their ignorance is confronted, they become angry. The way to be successful as a writer is to pick a group and give them what they want.
There is always a market for romance novels and for histories that uphold a country's myths. The single rule for success is to confine truth to what the readership group you serve believes.
They are made stupid by education. The prominent figures in our contemporary Washington press corps regard themselves as government functionaries, enabling and codependent.
Lapham "To maintain power and control over the masses, you deny them education, you deny them information, and you deny them the truth. Shortly, the public will be unable to reason or think for themselves. They'll only be able to parrot the information they've been given on the previous night's news.
The future under Google is a fascist dystopia, their way or the highway, no room for dissidents, no room for free speech. Google is a boot stomping on your face for eternity. Google is the deep state. Forget about conventional wars, forget about spies, forget about intelligence agencies, forget about all of that.
It's all about the internet and Google running the internet. They decide how you feel, what you think, what information you can and can't look at, and ultimately who does and doesn't have a voice. If you read the newspaper, you're misinformed. Instead, news channels prefer to feed Americans a constant stream of simplified information, all of which fits what they already know.
That way they don't have to devote more air time or newsprint space to explanations or further investigations. Politicians and the media have conspired to infantilize, to dumb down, the American public.
At heart, politicians don't believe that Americans can handle complex truths, and the news media, especially television news, basically agrees. It is thus extremely difficult, and indeed in most cases quite impossible, for the individual citizen to come to objective conclusions and to make intelligent use of his political rights.GLOBAL KLEPTOCRACY Self-serving leaders throughout the world increasingly assume power with the goal of becoming rich at the expense of the majority of their population, and of the commonweal.
Functionalism provided the field of anthropology with valuable contributions in the analysis of family, kinship roles, rites of passage, and political organization. Closely related to functionalism was a theory proposed by the American anthropologist Ruth Benedict in the s.
Globalism refers to various systems with scope beyond the merely international. The term is used by detractors of globalization such as right-wing populist movements.
While primarily associated with world-systems, other things with global reach have also been so described.. Historically, it has been associated with international endeavours begun after World War II, such as the United Nations.
REAL WORLD ORDER WHO RULES THE WORLD? "NOT ALL CONSPIRACIES ARE THEORIES" There is a plan for the world - a New World Order - devised by a British/American/European financial elite of immense wealth and power, with centuries-old historical roots.
The French Origins of “You Will Not Replace Us” Camus can play the role of “respectable” reactionary because his opposition to multicultural globalism is plausibly high-minded. Q: what is globalization? A: the physical expansion of the geographical domain of the global -- that is, the increase in the scale and volume of global flows -- and the increasing impact of .
Meteorology as Infrastructural Globalism by Paul N. Edwards * from its nineteenth-century origins through the beginnings of a planetary meteorological observing network, the WMO’s World Weather Watch (WWW), in the s. radic national contributions. However,coverage beyond the United States and Europe. Table of Contents. Vic Biorseth, Tuesday, July 30, ashio-midori.com This webpage was inspired by comments from John of Escondido, California, whose motivating comments can be seen after the Of Lies and Liars webpage. John recommended an "executive summary" of each webpage, which seemed at first to present a daunting task. How to Judge Globalism. American appropriation asana Bikram yoga business Christianity consumer contributions copyright cultural exchange culture economy evolution exercise globalism guru gurus hatha Hindu Hinduism ideas imperialism industry instructors intellectual property On Hindu Origins and Yogaphobia; How to Judge Globalism.