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To contemplate the bases for the Podcast above, this short commentary may help shed light on the theoretical construct presupposed by Jean Baudrillard. In part, → Wikipedia tells us Jean Baudrillard is best known for his analyses of media, contemporary culture, and technological communication, as well as his formulation of concepts such as simulation and hyperreality. Baudrillard wrote about diverse subjects, including consumerismgender relationscritique of economyeconomicssocial historyart, Western foreign policy, and popular culture. Among his best known works are Seduction (1978), Simulacra and Simulation (1981), America (1986), and The Gulf War Did Not Take Place (1991). His work is frequently associated with postmodernism and specifically post-structuralism.[24][25][26][27] Nevertheless, Baudrillard can be also seen as a critic of post-structuralism[28] and had distanced himself from postmodernism.[24][29]

Jean Baudrillard

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I have edited the video above to begin up at a section titled Well Laid Plans, which offers us both a historical analysis of the origins and orientation of the Fabian Socialist’s movement which became embedded in the state department during the Woodrow Wilson administration, which places the tip of the spear well before radicals in the 1960’s began to foment revolutionary ideas, which actually took place around the beginning of WWI. You will be able to see both some of the similarities and focus that play a vital role in a way we can come to deeper understanding of our contemporary situation.

We would also like to also suggest that if you find The Democrats Hydra to be of interest,  you will definitely want take a look into  THE BATTLE FOR THE AMERICAN MIND which can also be found on our virtual  BOOKSHELF.




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         Environmental    Social             Governance

ESG takes the holistic view that sustainability extends beyond just environmental issues. In the video above, what is introduced is the ESG framework as understood by those who think it is a viable option, the evolution of ESG, and how important the framework has become in the investment community. The video below is a view of ESG as understood from a more critical perspective. Here’s Wiki’s page on


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You will no doubt find the video below featuring Larry Fink, CEO of Black Rock, to be of interest as he can be seen promoting this peculiar kind of snake oil. For your convenience I have edited this video to begin up at the point of departure for his hyping of the ESGs.

To find out more about ESGs and what can be done about them click on this  Consumer Reports hot link and then scroll down to and click on The Fight Against ESGs.








The New Discourses web page tells us that we all know academia is in trouble. In fact, we’re not even sure it can be saved. To put it simply, the university is dying. To be sure, it’s a strange death, however, because the university is in some sense going back to its roots, returning to being theological seminaries, though in a completely new religion. That religion is the transformative religion of Dialectical Leftism, and its materialist watchword in the 21st century is “Sustainability.” In this New Discourses Podcast series, host James Lindsay takes the listener through a 2022 UNESCO book, Knowledge-driven Actions: Transforming Higher Education for Global Sustainability, that calls upon all “higher education institutions” to transform themselves so that they align, promote, and help complete the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a part of the 2030 Agenda. Click here The Strange Death of the Universities. to proceed to an extended study.

An excellent study companion for The Strange Death of the Universities, and very enlightening to The Strange Death the Universities can be found in Pete Hegseth’s → The Battle for the American Mind. As suggested earlier anyone who would would like to really understand how the development of our institutions has arrived at such a distorted and twisted state, this very readable book is in order.


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Atheist’s arguments against the existence of God (Alvin Plantinga)



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