Tuesday, June 30, 2015

The International Philosophy Match: Germany Versus Greece

Man-made events are the result of the thought processes of their creators. The implosion of Greece is the first crack in the artificial world of the European Union, the brain child of the make-belief school of thought rooted in the German philosophical tradition. 


This hilarious Monty Python sketch is more apt than most people, or even the creators themselves, will realize. The Greek philosophers were not monolithically objective in their analysis of reality. But Aristotle can be credited with the best school of analytical thought that humanity has ever produced. 

We thank the Muslim Golden Age and the scholastic, Thomas of Aquinas for the European Renaissance and the Enlightenment that followed Aquinas' efforts to reintroduce the Aristotelian school. The result is the culture of reason and Liberty that is the root of Western civilization today.

Saturday, June 13, 2015


The annual Bilderberg Convention 2015 is held from Thursday to the Sunday, June 11th-14th at the Interalpen Hotel, in the Austrian mountains near Telfs.

Infowars Confronts Tyrannical Bilderberg Alpine Police.

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Blair: 'Present GDP At Level Prior To World Wars'

Dan Hannan was a guest last week on the Dutch state TV "flagship" political talkshow "Buitenhof". Among other great truths and wonderful statements Dannan pointed out that we are in this recession (in Europe) because its leaders "won't admit they got it wrong on the single currency" (the euro).

That the euro would fail, was predictable and common sense. A economic union of unequals means inevitably that high performers are being held back to the benefit of low performers. A fast runner can run slower, but you can't make a slow runner run faster.