History

In the Long Run Long-Term Government Bonds Are Safe, But We Are a Long...

Earlier in the year the Swiss National Bank, Switzerland’s central bank, released its latest report. While reading the news covering the...
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How to Become Rich the Swiss Way: Applying Macroeconomics and Geopolit...

The currency market, also known as the foreign exchange market, has recently reached a significant milestone with the exchange rate of...
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White Supremist Fascination with The Camp of the Saints

Nothing exposes our racism and bigotry better than the history of a seedy racist diatribe by obscure French writer Jean Raspail....
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We Believe the Slaughter of Innocents Is Just

We believe the slaughter of innocents is just. We watch as people is stripped of their human rights and dignity, subjected...
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The Value of Trees and Combating Global Warming

The planet is burning, flooding, melting, and cooking. To save it and humanity our thinking and behaviors must change. We must...
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Globalism is Uttering Universalism. What is Next?

One Fundamental fact for the Modern Populace under the Notion of an Interconnected Planet Globalism is an evolving nomenclature in our...
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Give and Take of “History Repeats Itself”

The Human Predisposition to self-inflict the Recurrent Communal Guiding principles thru the Notion of the Collective Conscience History is the story...
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Zombienomics 2.0: Crypto-Monetarist Austrian Economics Edition

“Practical men who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence, are usually the slaves of some defunct economist....
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What Do Lessons from the Industrial Revolution Have to Tell Us Today?

A historical reversal of direction underway? The nineteenth-century influenced the social-political and economic development of human life on earth in vibrant...
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Understanding My White Father in 8 Minutes

Because he loves minute-answers to complicated questions (not). “I’m not good in the morning,” my father says, raising his voice. I...
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Lewis Mumford, A Thinker for the Ages Tells a Tale Of Cities Since the...

The Medieval Religiously Centered City My Dad often spoke about his admiration for Lewis Mumford (October 19, 1895 — January 26,...
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