Category Archives: History

The Great Lie: Failure of Free Market Capitalism

By KnoFear Greetings all! This post comes amid a hectic flurry for me. Last weekend, there was no post due to fears during Hurricane Sandy and strong amounts of schoolwork as my first quarter came to a close. I had … Continue reading

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On The Deception Of The Masses

by The Necromancer how Capitalist society continues to promise so much and deliver so little Today we continue to hold witness to the great lie of modern society. A lie which propagates itself with mass media, with lofty notions of … Continue reading

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These Red Lines: Our World of Cultural Divisions

By KnoFear Greetings all! If you’re here, you’re likely wondering why I did not post last weekend. For reasons mostly relating to my workload at school, I have decided to simply do a double post this weekend instead of following … Continue reading

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Opposition to Monarchies

by KnoFear Greetings all! This post concludes the second portion of my closer to September, and focuses on an international issue in lieu of a domestic one, which was covered yesterday. I’ve been saving this topic for a while, because … Continue reading

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Good vs Evil

by KnoFear Greetings all! This post comes as the conclusion to my two-part ending for July (albeit a little late, perhaps). In this post, I intend to take on a notion which is widespread in the United States, but is … Continue reading

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The Merits of Government

By Knofear Greetings all! This post comes as June ends and the east coast recovers from serious storm damages, power outages, and record-high temperatures all at once. My power luckily returned within twelve hours of being lost, and as such … Continue reading

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Socialist Library (8) Civil Disobedience

by Popov89 Should good men obey unjust laws? The answer to that question is one built for every person. Henry Thoreau thinks otherwise. In “Civil Disobedience” he argues that if one does not agree with a law than one should … Continue reading

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