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Marxist icon Herbert Marcuse and the Authoritarian Strategy to silence opposition

Herbert Marcuse and the New Left' strategy to silence the Majority: Hanne Herland

  Repression of free speech, tolerance and respect for plurality has become the trademark of the New Left’ desire to silence the Majority. Thinkers like Herbert Marcuse, the father of the student revolution in the 1960’s, speaks openly in A critique of pure tolerance about the need to oppress the views of the conservatives and others who are critical of their ideology, …

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Friedrich Hayek and the West returning to Feudalism

Hanne Herland, founder of The Herland Report.

  In 1944, Friedrich Hayek, one of the 1900s most influential economists, wrote a book entitled The Road to Serfdom. Its main aim was an outline of the opposition to growing Socialist government authority. As we watch how socialist state control and curfew is imposed in the United States, civil liberties eroding under a dramatic lack of respect for the …

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Existential inner peace in the midst of turmoil

Western Secular Values: Hanne Nabintu Herland, foto Steffen Aaland

  The 20th century introduced Marxist, atheist emptiness to the masses in the West. It may be argued that with it came the notion of life as a meaningless burden. With no heaven ahead and no hell to fear, the conscience was deemed an unnecessary relic from the past. Only the empirically observable was to be considered real, eternity regarded …

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Western Secular Values are not Neutral but come from Christian Philosophy

Western Secular Values: Hanne Nabintu Herland, foto Steffen Aaland

  The term “Western values” is often used when describing historical ideals and cultural traditions that are perceived to be vital in defining the European civilization. If you pay attention to the way the term is currently used, it is easy to assume that modern Western values were invented in the Enlightenment period – the 1600s – with its emphasis …

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Historic Liberalism versus today’s Marxist Liberalism

John Locke Historic Liberalism and freedom of choice: Freedom defined as the right to behave responsibly

  Many now associate the term “liberalism” with its modern version – a Marxist form of Liberalism – that advocates for free sex, the legalization of drugs in a hedonistic social climate that legitimizes selfishness in disregard of the obligation towards others. One feels – in line with Marxist thought – that it is the responsibility of the state to …

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Aleksandr Dugin and Western Totalitarian Liberalism

Aleksandr Dugin and Western Totalitarian Liberalism Turkish Post

  The most famous political philosopher in Russia, anti-communist, anti-Marxist Aleksandr Dugin, who recently gave an interview to Tucker Carlson, is well-known for pointing out that modern liberalism is the third wave of totalitarianism. Rather than ending totalitarianism, modern socialist liberalism, which developed with the rise of socialist movements that strongly opposed traditional values in the 20th century, continues the …

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Gangster Capitalism and Soros: Amoral Lack of Accountability is a Major Problem

Cutting dependence on the US dollar: cutting dependence on the US dollar and switching to national means of payment in international settlements is gaining steam, SputnikGlobe

  Since the early 1980s, economic growth has increasingly been driven by financialization in the West – the replacement of industrial activity by financial trading. Traders like financial mogul and hedge-fund investor, George Soros, who has been called the world’s most famous investor, have greatly benefitted from financialization. Gangster Capitalism and Soros: Soros explains in his famous 60 Minutes interview …

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