Selected Articles: Understanding Social Engineering

Understanding Social Engineering

By Maysie Dee, February 24, 2023

The years of Covid chaos have really taken a toll on the world. We’ve suffered through the dramatic presentation of a world health crisis, and the resulting stress of oppressive societal dictates. This article discusses the history of social engineering and how it is currently impacting our personal and societal wellness.

The Importance of the Humanities in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

By Emanuel Pastreich, February 26, 2023

There has been much talk about the importance of the humanities in this age of rapid technological transformation and we see funding for “digital humanities” programs that provide cutting-edge communications technology that is claimed will revolutionize teaching and will provide online videos that effectively present complex information for any number of viewers around the world.

“System of Nature”: Man Is Only Unhappy Because He Misjudges Nature

By Dr. Rudolf Hänsel, February 26, 2023

According to Kant, one reason for not being able to think for oneself is laziness and cowardice. Being immature is comfortable and thinking for oneself is “a vexatious business”. This makes it easy for others, Kant believes, to become the “guardians” of these immature people.

Munich Security Conference: “Intensifying Authoritarian Revisionism”

By Renee Parsons, February 26, 2023

It would seem ironic that the annual Munich Security Conference is traditionally set in Munich, Germany, the site of Adolf Hitler’s return in 1920 after his discharge from WW I service in the German army.  Home to the Munich Putsch of 1923, it became the location from which the Workers Socialist Nazi party grew into a mass movement and political force throughout Germany; thus threatening the world.

Ukraine: One Year of War on Top of 30 Years of Conflict Escalation. The Only Re-armament Needed Is Intellectual and Moral – On All Sides

By Jan Oberg, February 26, 2023

The world’s focus is on the war. On February 24, it is one year since Russia launched its so-called special military operation. Much more important is to focus on the underlying conflicts – because there exists no war or other violence without root causes.

Biden, Supreme Court Move to Make It Difficult to Sue Norfolk Southern

By Kurt Nimmo, February 26, 2023

How far we have come—or, rather, fallen. Once upon a time in America, corporations were required to sign a charter before doing business in a state or community. “After the nation’s founding, corporations were granted charters by the state as they are today,” writes Stephen D. Foster Jr.

Mobilizing Against War. The Criminalization of War. Endorse and Support CKUW and the GRNH

By Michael Welch, Ken Stone, and Scott Price, February 25, 2023

February 24th marks the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. It also marks the twentieth anniversary of a month of record turnouts against the expected war in Iraq by the United States, the United Kingdom, and their so-called “coalition of the willing.”

While We’re Laughing About a Balloon, Biden Paves a Path to War

By Melissa Garriga, February 25, 2023

There is reason to be alarmed by the recent China balloon. However, that reason is not the alleged China aggression but the very calculated aggression towards China by the Obama, Trump and Biden administrations. This hate and the manufactured reasons for it have been layering on for years. We’ve seen this playbook. It’s the same game plan that  led us to the war on Iraq.

An Ever-More Fractured World: The Russia-China Relationship Contributes to Stabilizing the International Order. Peter Koenig

By Press TV and Peter Koenig, February 24, 2023

The Russian president has hailed cooperation between his country and China, describing it as an important step in stabilizing the international situation. The cooperation in the international arena between the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation, as we have repeatedly underlined, plays an important role in stabilizing the international situation.

RFK Jr :138 Companies Involved in COVID Vaccine. “They’re all military contractors.”

By Alexandra Bruce, February 24, 2023

This confirms the work of Sasha Latypova and Katherine Watt, who showed how the Pentagon’s Operation Warp Speed was able to completely circumvent Federal Health Regulations by using what’s called in bureaucratic-speak, an “Other Transaction Authority”, which they used to contract with the bioweapons manufacturers to literally produce the bioweapon.

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