The financialization cycle

The process of an economy shifting its optimizations from productive activity to the accumulation of money is called “financialization”. To add more confusion to the mix, people on the left-end (idiot-end) of the Midwit Curve can tell something is badly wrong and the game is being rigged, but can’t tell what forces are conspiring to […]

Is Putin’s invasion a failure?

The breakdown on it is that it doesn’t matter – Putin already achieved everything he needs to, so why risk further losses? The media is incredibly full of shit, which is kind of hilarious. Putin just basically ensured that Europe is going to starve itself trying to “block” him. He’s invaded into Ukraine, yes, but […]

Geopol: How moral responsibility maps to the consciousness spectrum

Continuing on with the foundations of geopolitics (and this one is also part of the foundations of general moral philosophy — but I’ll get into that later), this video discusses consciousness as a spectrum and how moral responsibility maps to that. This particular video is podcast style with just a still image over it as […]

Geopol: Mutual capacity for violence is the root of negotiation

Misunderstandings about the root of political interaction has come up repeatedly lately so I’ve decided to do a few videos that discuss the roots of geopolitics. In the video below I discuss how the mutual capacity for violence is the root and essence of negotiation.

The Subversion of the Word “Globalization”

There is an underlying problem with discussions today about globalization. Ideologues have hijacked the term “gloablization” just as they have hijacked the term “diversity”. “Globalization” is something the Eisenhower administration supported after WWII. The idea was that another massive war would be unlikely if trade were the foundation relationships among nations (particularly nations that have […]