Killer Robots Inevitable, Resistance Futile

Over one thousands experts, professors, renowned intellectuals, Stephen Hawking, even Elon Musk, and, ironically enough plenty of the actors of the computer industry, have signed a naive, hypocritical, and ineffective letter to ban “autonomous killing systems” (the letter is to be presented soon). “The key question for humanity today is whether to start a global […]

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Is London A Cancer?

London is getting ever richer. Why this is, is, at first sight, a mystery. San Francisco is also getting richer. But that’s not mysterious: thousands of beaver geeks are busy building “apps” there, San Francisco actually produces products, common product which common people love to use. And code writers prefer to live there, in a […]

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Nazism: A Paradigm

Some cackle that whenever one mentions Nazism, one has lost the debate (Godwin’s Law). Verily, of chickens today we talk. Is the idea that nothing compare to you, oh, Nazism? As in love songs? Nothing compares to Nazism, oh (my love?) Assuredly we are living in strange times. Yet, reality is even more strange. Nazism, for want […]

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Uber Greece: When Main Industry Is Lying

Paul Krugman in  Uber and the New Liberal Consensus  points out that:“Uber actually brings two things to the taxi market. One is the smartphone revolution… The other is the company whose workers supposedly are free contractors, not employees, exempting the company from most of the regulations designed to protect employees… …The “new liberal consensus“, argues […]

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MIT Gangsters Rule

”Goodbye, Chicago boys. Hello, M.I.T. gang.” Who says this? No less than Paul Krugman (himself with a PhD from MIT), in a New York Times editorial “The MIT Gang“. I will get back to the murder-friendly attitude of Krugman, who not only extols the MIT influence as a good thing, but moreover glosses over the […]

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Plutocracy’s Fascist, Europhobic Dream

“Europe’s Impossible Dream” proclaims the New York Times’ Paul Krugman. What dream is that? The dream that Europe needs another currency, besides the dollar. All right American supremacists do not say this in so many words… Instead they use convoluted, illogical reasoning, as I will presently demonstrate. Good propaganda starts with correct facts. Krugman: “Greece […]

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Vice Has Many Parents, It’s Not Just Mothered By Ignorance

Vice has many parents, INCLUDING KNOWLEDGE, And Thirst Thereof: Doctor Rabelais said, five centuries ago: “L’ignorance est la mere de tous les vices.” That naivety was a social, civilizational and juridical error well known to the Romans, which Sade corrected stridently. The broadly educated professor Rabelais wanted to foster knowledge. That meant to destroy the […]

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Submission To War

Religions pull people together again. It could be the religion of the Republic, as under the Romans. In this case the religion served the Public. Superstitious religions are much more frequent: they serve madness, by obliging “believers” to believe the unbelievable, thus to suspend reason, and fascistically follow those who are with god(s). Human beings […]

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What Are Germans So Angry About?

… THAT GERMANY IS NOT THE HEGEMON. The terrible war between Sparta and Athens which destroyed Greece, started because Sparta wanted to be seen as the hegemon of Greece. Whereas, truly, all indicators were that Athens was the rising hegemon. Smart people learn from history, and France, in particular, has long pondered Athens’ fate. Balancing a budget […]

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On The Myth Of German Innocence

When I was six years old, a dear cousin of mine, told me that Germany had been taken over by a criminal, and that’s why the Germans were innocent of all the bad things they did. That sounded insane to me. If they did it, why were they innocent? At that point, I had mostly lived […]

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German Aggression: Straight From Teutons

I am jetting around the world, apparently to contribute to the CO2 catastrophe; so I will not be available during the next few days. A coalition led by Germany persists in trying to prevent Greece from having enough money to operate its economy or, even, health care. Yes, I know, there are many reasons to be teutonically […]

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