Censorship is the Last Gasp of the Liberal Class

Censorship is the Last Gasp of the Liberal Class

On November 8, 2021, Twitter locked my account for a period of one day for responding to corporate media darling and Russiagate fanatic Keith Olbermann’s slanderous reply to journalist Wyatt Reed’s coverage of the Nicaraguan election. The flagged tweet simply restated Olbermann’s question, replacing “whore for a dictator” with “whoring for the American oligarchy.” Twitter…

Pakistan’s Economic Woes Could Worsen if It Does Not Impose the EU’s Liberal World View

Pakistan’s Economic Woes Could Worsen if It Does Not Impose the EU’s Liberal World View

Citing Pakistan’s worsening human rights situation, particularly relating to the safety of minorities, women, and journalists, the European Union has raised concerns and put the country’s preferred trade status in question. Luis Garicano, a Spanish member of the European Parliament, recently visited Pakistan and met with top leaders and members of civil society. On November…

The Fascist Scale Revisited

The Fascist Scale Revisited

Revisiting Theodore W. Adorno’s work on the ‘authoritarian personality’ and the ‘F Scale’ reveals that in 2020, it is actually liberals, progressives and the so called ‘Left’ that manifest 8 out of the 9 most problematic, antidemocratic and authoritarian attitudes. The theory of an authoritarian personality was introduced in the 1930s in an attempt to…

The Myth of a Golden Age of American liberalism

The Myth of a Golden Age of American liberalism

In The Right Nation: Conservative Power in America, authors John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge spend considerable time rehashing the conventional wisdom that says the United States was, from roughly 1900 to 1980, the world’s Great Progressive Hope, a woke nation led by men of liberal values. Micklethwait and Woodridge write: “Fifty years ago, America lacked…