Author Archives: brodoland

Yes, I’m still an Anarchist (a rant)

Damn it! YES! I’m still an Anarchist, Panarchist, what-ever. I still believe there is no moral or ethical justification for a state, whether it be a state lead by a corrupt political party with a D in its name or a … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton Just Went Full Neocon

September 1, 2016   |   Jake Anderson via The transformation is complete. Hillary Clinton has gone full neocon. We always knew she was. Anyone who’s paid attention to her foreign policy votes as a senator or her actions as … Continue reading

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US Oligarchy worried about increasingly skeptical serfs

August 22, 2016   by  Nick Bernabe via Antimedia 2016 is the year many, many Americans began to question whether or not our elections, and to a lesser extent, our democracy (insert “it’s a constitutional republic, big difference!” here) are rigged. … Continue reading

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The Party of Racism (an Integral Perspective)

In my last post I refrained from giving an Integral (SD) analysis of the topic in order to make it more widely accessible to those not familiar with the jargon of Spiral Dynamics. Here I will explore the same topic from … Continue reading

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The Party of Racism

*Note: This post does not analyse this issue from an SD/Integral Perspective, but rather from a purely historical/political perspective. I will be tackling the SD/integral analysis next. **Second Note: I am NOT a Republican. I do not support the Republican … Continue reading

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Regarding Milwaukee

Pretty much on point as usual by @StefanMolyneux Not much for visuals so Just listen if you are blinded by that glorious shiny noggin. I will have more to say on this from an Integral (SD) perspective, but I am … Continue reading

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That Bad Bad Man and His Mean Mean Words

In the comments section of Benjamin Elliot’s latest essay on, I noticed a claim that I hear so often about Trump that it is often just taken for granted. Elliot said: “I agree that Trump is a very strong … Continue reading

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