The Origins of White Supremacy

by Chelli Stanley edited by O Society Dec 7, 2019 White supremacy is an incredibly insincere distraction that tries to erase the histories of White, Black, and Red peoples. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1sa2p7 “Many White people seem to have forgotten what happened to them.” Some say the white supremacy ideology comes from pride.  Some say it comes from a belief that … Continue reading The Origins of White Supremacy

Selling Identity: That Little Girl Was Me

by O Society July 8, 2019 Despite the Biden hype, I believed from the outset the Democratic party would find a candidate to fuse their last two presidential candidates into one, thus mining both identity groups for votes simultaneously. Here's what they think is their winning identity formula: Obama + Hillary => Kamala Harris Kamala … Continue reading Selling Identity: That Little Girl Was Me

Was Martin Luther King a socialist?

by Lynn Parramore  Institute For New Economic Thinking January 20, 2019 He actually addressed the issue head-on. “The Millennial socialists are coming,” declared a June 30 New York Times headline, describing a surprise surge of young female candidates endorsed by the Democratic Socialists of America who beat their establishment opponents in primary races in New York and Pennsylvania. … Continue reading Was Martin Luther King a socialist?

The Government which Honors MLK with a National Holiday is the Same One which Killed Him

A Review of The Plot to Kill King by William Pepper by Edward Curtin  Global Research Very few Americans are aware of the truth behind the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Few books have been written about it, unlike other significant assassinations, especially JFK’s. For almost fifty years there has been a media … Continue reading The Government which Honors MLK with a National Holiday is the Same One which Killed Him

An Open Letter to the so-called “Alt-Right” and Others

by Ron Unz Dec 24, 2018 Given the current federal government shut-down over funding of a border-wall and the continuing increase in Internet censorship and “deplatforming,” I’ve decided I might as well publish a lengthy note I’d privately circulated last year to a considerable number of individuals, many of whom were then prominently associated with the … Continue reading An Open Letter to the so-called “Alt-Right” and Others

Trump’s earliest and strongest followers embody a particularly belligerent strain of authoritarian thinking.

INSIDE THE MINDS OF HARDCORE TRUMP SUPPORTERS by Tom Jacobs Pacific Standard Given the meteoric rise of Donald Trump, and the ill-defined phenomenon known as Trumpism, it's vital we understand the psychology that attracted Americans to the real estate mogul in the first place. Research suggests such voters are driven by a combination of racial resentment and authoritarianism. Sociologist … Continue reading Trump’s earliest and strongest followers embody a particularly belligerent strain of authoritarian thinking.

Reach out, listen, be patient. Good arguments can stop extremism.

by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong Aeon Dec 19, 2018 Many of my best friends think that some of my deeply held beliefs about important issues are obviously false or even nonsense. Sometimes, they tell me so to my face. How can we still be friends? Part of the answer is that these friends and I are philosophers, and philosophers … Continue reading Reach out, listen, be patient. Good arguments can stop extremism.