What Is Globalism

21 Feb 19
Ottawa Citizen

The United We Roll convoy returned to Parliament Hill for a second day of protest Wednesday, a little less united, in number at least, than on Tuesday. Fewer than 100 people showed up for the final day before reversing their trucks and steering their convoy back west. Those who were there, though, were just as […]

21 Feb 19
Carlo's Ideas About Science and Global Politics

Fortunately nowadays, more and more people have access to education and information. The worldwide spread of new technologies and ways of communication such as smartphones and computers allow almost every individual to get informed about anything. In fact, illiteracy indexes all over the globe have rapidly decreased since the second half of the twentieth century. […]

20 Feb 19
HSCI 3533 Science and Global Politics

In the Globalization book, the author, Manfred Steger, talks about three ideas of globalization; Market, Justice, and Religious Globalization. Steger defines market globalization as globalization based on free-market norms. This is dominant idea of globalization because it is based on a top down distribution of information from those in power to their followers. This makes […]

20 Feb 19
Smart and High

I’m just reflecting on how being high makes one a better person. It makes one more aware to moral and social problems in the word. And that is in the WORLD because one transcends his nationality. One is more connected to common interests like those the philanthropic culture focuses on. It makes one a better […]

20 Feb 19
VICTIMS OF THE STATE

Received: “Dear friends, Is anyone able to be at the Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, London EC4M 7EH on Tuesday, to take notes? The case in question is: Case ref: T20177401 / Jack Andrew Renshaw. As you will see (below) last August, Jack withdrew his Guilty Plea – as is his right – and the […]

20 Feb 19
Exploring Education

Globalization is by no means an easy concept to define. The very way societies have been experiencing it has been changing over time, and this fluctuation may be the primary reason for such elusiveness. It seems that just when humanity is coming to terms with the current version of globalization, it flips over to show […]

20 Feb 19
Astute News

Here’s the bullet-point version: It’s imperialism. It’s American imperialism, a bipartisan national project. American imperialism is the global management of capitalist class power. It’s a binary situation in which one side or the other will win via the use and threat of armed force. It’s trouble for Venezuela and for imperialism. There’s no such thing […]

20 Feb 19
robintudge

Drained as ever. So Jason Hunter reiterates Terry Christian’s view that Brexiters should be first to lose their jobs. This has led to some opprobrium levelled at him as not the best way to bring Leavers to our cause. But shit, what does it take? I tell people, from what I’ve learned working in the […]

20 Feb 19
Zionism's Survival: Surviving Under The Coming Nazi Regime

Globalism will indeed lead towards socialism and Communism which is what the Left want…

20 Feb 19
Adam's Blog

On the surface it sounds like a promising idea. Means and methods of tracking various aspects of our lives which some refer to as the quantified life or self. Who doesn’t like improvement? Especially those of us who are data nerds. Reality though is far less quantifiable. Most meaning we derive from living won’t fit […]

20 Feb 19
The Daily Hodl

[SassySocialButtons] From Bitcoin’s near-term prospects to an accidental airdrop from Binance, here’s a look at some of the stories breaking in the world of crypto. Bitcoin Blockchain Capital’s Spencer Bogart and Bloomberg market analyst Mike McGlone just went head-to-head to discuss the current state of crypto. Bogart says Bitcoin is probably the “most compelling asset […]

20 Feb 19
International Free Press

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer embraced a convoy of pro-pipeline, anti-carbon tax demonstrators on Parliament Hill Tuesday, telling the crowd, “It is time Canada has a prime minister that is proud of our energy sector.” Scores of vehicles ranging from 18 wheelers to pickup trucks arrived in Ottawa after a cross-country trip from Red Deer, Alta, […]

19 Feb 19
Poor Moses

Anand Giridharadas, Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing The World (Knopf, 2018) “The Boat’s not about getting drunk, and getting naked. Well, it’s sort of about that. But it’s also about social justice.” Said the thought leader and opening speaker for Summit at Sea, a four day cruise-conference situation in the vein of Davos, […]

19 Feb 19
Strataji

Climate change is a highly controversial issue in American politics.  On the one hand, it seems like it should be easy to get major climate change legislation passed in Congress, as no politician wants to be painted as being a shill for the oil industry.  Climate change has strong public support based on polls, and […]