News — economic community

Women FORCED to work

depression despair economic community equaltiy feminist ginsberg recession rosie the riveter ruth women work

Women FORCED to work

Imagine where America would be if all labor value reduced by 50 percent within your lifetime. If you lack imagination, you can simply think back 50 years or talk to an older relative. Drunk on the illusion of equality, with the questionably positive notion of becoming part of a tax cattle ranch embedded deeper than any embryo could reach, our women celebrate in fixed concentration on the silver lining of a two-income house – never thinking too hard on why two incomes now accomplish what one previously allowed.If sex were to be taken out of the conversation, we could never...

Read more →


Space Wars of Tomorrow

2020 election america china congress economic community foreign policy globalism gundam impeachment imperialism jordan peterson news space force spacewar trump ww2

Space Wars of Tomorrow

When I consider the unique state the United States found itself in after WW2, as the sole possessor of nuclear weapons, I am reminded of the derivative yet compelling Jordan Peterson quote: “A harmless man is not a good man. A good man is a very dangerous man who has that under voluntary control.” While being deeply critical of even century-old American policies, granting any number of possible and damning conspiracies, an objective viewer should grant that America’s choice to not systematically dismantle existing militaries and exterminate all potential for non-American militaristic growth around the globe was the most moral...

Read more →


The Nazi Roots of The European Union

1940s conquest speech economic community european union german flag Germany Honor act nazi Nazi germany new policies trump walter hallstein world war 1 world war 2 ww1 ww2

The Nazi Roots of The European Union

While many laugh off the idea that the European Union is the continuation of Nazi Germany, finding reasons to believe such a thing isn’t the case is harder than you would think. To start, Walter Hallstein, the first president of the Commission of the European Economic Community and one of the founding fathers of the European Union, was quite literally a Nazi. There are scores of websites, many even hosted by the EU, that will outline why that claim is without merit, but they are oddly quiet about the years between the 1930s and 1940s: a time period I’d consider...

Read more →