Blind Obedience and Disinterest Empowers Totalitarianism

This is a very good article revealing the cultural impact the response to the coronavirus pandemic represents. It also aids environmentalists and other Leftist groups too. – GJ The Great UnReason of 2020: The ‘Curious, but Quite Authentic, Inability to Think’ Remembering Hannah Arendt. Thu May 7, 2020 Jack Kerwick Frontpage Magazine Upon the Nazis’… Read More Blind Obedience and Disinterest Empowers Totalitarianism

Jordan Peterson on “The Arrogance of the Intellect”

In his book Intellectuals and Society, Dr. Thomas Sowell points out that we live in times where intellectuals have quite a bit of influence and he provides an in depth look at the intellectual class. According to Sowell, the high point of intellectual influence was the period between the 1960’s and 1980’s. However, intellectuals somewhat… Read More Jordan Peterson on “The Arrogance of the Intellect”

Identity Politics As “An Enemy of Reason and Enlightenment Values”

One of the world’s greatest operatic Tenors, Jonas Kaufmann, is quoted as saying that half of Europe’s operas could face the axe due to the #MeToo movement and the antipathy toward perceived misogynistic stories. This is the latest shadow cast on Western Civilization thanks to the misandric, feminist hard-Left’s attack on high-profile men and an… Read More Identity Politics As “An Enemy of Reason and Enlightenment Values”

The Tyranny of Guilt

During 2012 French philosopher and author Pascal Bruckner published a book titled The Tyranny of Guilt. In his book, Bruckner makes the case that the West (specifically Europe) does not have a monopoly on evil and should be proud of its accomplishments while defending itself along with its values. Sadly and at some point, guilt… Read More The Tyranny of Guilt