A Critique of Realism. So critique of reality and idealism so how Western intellectuals rationalisation of the world of native created by propaganda.

First part of this video describes realism very well. I would argue it’s closest to my view of geopolitics and how the world is run. Second part is its criticism, of course I do not agree with it.



“how was the war on terror one the entire U.S ruling class ruling Elite comes to see terrorism as the preferred means indeed the only means to provide social cohesion to provide an enemy image for the society to keep it together according to neocon Theory from Carl Schmidt you have to have an enemy image in order to have a society it’s a very dangerous thing because now it means that the entire social order the political parties intellectual life politics in general all based on a monstrous myth monstrous myth” Webster Tarpley Historian Zeitgeist movie


“that’s state fundamentally what about individual you know like nots non-state well by far the worst ones are the guys who are tearing Afghanistan to pieces now you find crazy more crazy Islamic fundamentalist around the them I don’t know about them where’d they get their power from your pocket you know they got six billion dollars or so it’s claimed from the United States and Saudi Arabia and through the 1980s now they’re tearing Afghanistan apart but it’s not our you know nothing like we did you know we’re only wonderful people so how where is this clash of civilizations between Islam in the West I don’t see it I mean Indonesia is a Islamic state DCs trying to undermine Indonesia I mean there’s a lot of rotten things in Indonesia like for example wages are about half the level of China which is not so munificent do you see us doing anything about that I mean I I think this is all for us you know I mean I don’t mean to say total for us like there must be a new paradigm you know something that people can build their careers on and write books about and so on and so forth which can then be turned into a device of controlling people that part is true and maybe this will work or if it doesn’t you try something else” -Chomsky

That’s where the split between realism and idealism is created like this guy in the first video criticizing realism mentioned. The issue lay in the fact that he is not anguinine, this is what Chomsky said in the video is linked. How there could be a clash of civilizations if we sanction and invade most secular Arab countries while being allied with Saudis you stone people to death and are one of the most radical Islamic states. It’s one big joke.


On that joke all that fake reality of the naïve which is created and is like saying JFK was killed by some lone assassin, Kuwaiti babies in incubators, Yugoslavia ethnic cleansing and rapes, 9/11, Iraqis WMD’s, Libya Islamic radicalism and rapes, Syria gassing people and now Russia ethnic cleansing and rapes etc…


All This started with the Clash of civilizations after the end of the cold war and they needed “only means to provide social cohesion is to provide an enemy image for the society to keep it together and according to neocon theory from Carl Schmidt you have to have an enemy image in order to have a society”. After that stopped working and people stopped being scared of terrorism, they needed a new scare, a new enemy this time it was Trump and Trump voters and nationalist which they also connected with Putin preventing Trump making any kind of deals with him and priming people for this narrative Putin is bad and evil. Putin and Russia stealing elections was all preparing people for today’s narrative. So that people will believe all this bullshit about Putin being pure evil. Then we got sickness, Covid and the enemy became unvaccinated but the sickness narrative stopped working. So they had to provoke war, I was jokingly  saying: that Putin with the first bomb falling on Ukraine killed by accident Convid. Because since war started all talk about sicknesses ended. Unvaccinated stop being an enemy now Putin’s Russia and anyone who dares to say something good about them. Just like they before wanted to censure and remove content that disputed the official sickness narrative, so now they are removing that disputed Russia narrative.


Prof. Noam Chomsky: Illegal but Legitimate: a Dubious Doctrine for the Times: “Intellectuals have the task of covering it up… administrations are in his words “schizophrenic””


And here is a small gem at the end that I found. I was a huge fan of Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins when I was young and when I was interested in God and existentialism. In my opinion they are very smart and knowledgeable people. I heard Hitchens’ opinion on Orwell which makes his blindness to reality even more surprising. Debate between Parenti person and speaker who is closest to my views of the world, so also realism with Christopher Hitchens deafening idealism and world of native created by propaganda. Just like in the first video it’s first part is the point of view of Parenti and the second part of the video is idealism defined by the author in the first video and by Christopher Hitchens in this debate. Debate is pretty old so it gives a good perspective of time and passing events let us judge by ourselves. Who was closer to the truth, Parenti and me so realism or Christopher Hitchens and author of first video so idealism.



“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”

― George Orwell


To understand our history we need to become realists and destroy the myth that America became world leader after WW2 by accident.


“In fact ladies and gentlemen I think a moment’s reflection would tell you that empires are products of deliberate contrivance of deliberate confection, planning calculation and manipulation. No social order can maintain itself in the long run, no social order can maintain itself without conscious human agency. In fact that’s why you have a state, the state is the conscious human agency of coercion to maintain a particular set of interests in order which doesn’t necessarily always look out for our interests. Americans have been taught that empires and imperialism are something that other countries do. When I was in the sixth grade my teacher said to us: “the United States is the only advanced country that does not have colonies”. We do not have colonies and we look on this, but we have this big map and there’ll be the United States and then these box inserts all around its sides. They’d be Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Philippines, I’m really dating myself. These were not independent or were they even States, in fact Puerto Rico is still “gone” by the US. So we’d say to her: “Miss Myers what are these  blocks here, what are these aren’t these our colonies?” She said: “the United States does not have colonies. It has territories or possessions.“. So see that’s the magic of words, you wish away or you define a way all sorts of brutal histories and realities by just using a different word.” -Michael Parenti


Brits urged to swear oath to their king for first time

The Archbishop of Canterbury will call for a “chorus of millions” to recite a pledge of fealty to the UK monarchy

Next week’s coronation of King Charles III will feature an invitation for all British people to swear their allegiance to the new monarch and his descendants in what organizers have billed as a “chorus of millions.”

The ceremony has been revised to include a “homage of the people,” rather than the traditional “homage of peers” in which dukes pledge their allegiance to the sovereign, according to plans announced on Saturday by the Church of England.

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will call upon “all persons of goodwill” in the UK and its territories – those attending the ceremony at Westminster Abbey and those watching on television or the  internet – to recite the following vows: “I swear that I will pay true allegiance to Your Majesty and to your heirs and successors according to the law, so help me God.” The archbishop will then proclaim, “God save the king” and ask all to respond: “God save King Charles. Long live King Charles. May the king live forever.”

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Biden set to skip coronation of King Charles – Telegraph

The public pledge is among several tweaks to a ceremony with ancient traditions, some of which date back nearly half a millennium. “Our hope is at that point, when the archbishop invites people to join in, that people wherever they are, if they’re watching at home on their own, watching the telly, ill say it out loud this sense of a great cry around the nation and around the world of support for the king,” a Lambeth Palace spokesperson said.

Among other changes to the traditional ceremony, the coronation will feature female clergy taking a prominent role and leaders of other faiths presenting the king with regalia for the events, including his robe, ring and bracelets. A hymn will be sung in Welsh, Scottish Gaelic and Irish Gaelic. The service will celebrate tradition while adding “new elements that reflect the diversity of our contemporary society,” the archbishop said.

However, King Charles III will take the traditional oaths, including a pledge to maintain “the Protestant Reformed religion.” The archbishop will preface the oath by saying that the Church of England will seek to foster an environment where “people of all faiths and beliefs may live freely.”

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Opinion: Washington Post Reveals that U.S. Hegemony Has Now Ended

Eric Zuesse

The information here is based upon “The Discord Leaks” to the neoconservative  Washington Post newspaper, exposing the U.S. Government’s virtually unanimous bipartisan neoconservatism, leaked to it from the U.S. Government, by the small online group that the WP describes not as being anti-neoconservatives, but instead as being “united by their mutual love of guns, military gear and God, the group of roughly two dozen — mostly men and boys — formed an invitation-only clubhouse in 2020 on Discord, an online platform popular with gamers.”

The information’s significance, to judge by the WP’s exclusive reporting on it, is of far more interest to investigative historians (such as I) than to any foreign nations; and, so (based upon the WP’s series reporting on it thus far), these documents have actually no legitimate reason to be classified (some of them as “Top Secret”), as they are, but are instead just highly embarrassing to the neoconservative or U.S.-imperialistic or “hegemonic” (aspiring toward control over the entire world) Biden Administration: they document that the American Government’s neoconservative obsession to continue expanding yet further its empire — the American Government’s control over foreign Governments called ‘allies’ — is clearly failing. They disclose that countries which had been on the fence or “neutral” between the U.S. Government and the main foreign Governments (China and Russia) that it aims to overthrow and replace, are not becoming more favorable toward the U.S. Government and more hostile toward its intended targets as the neoconservatives (the U.S. imperialists) increase their pressures upon those neutral countries to join the anti-Russian and/or anti-Chinese alliance (“The West”) but instead less so and more inclined to support Russia and/or China against the U.S. and its ‘allies’.

Previously — and as recently as 4 November 2022 — Governments that were not already ‘allies’ of the U.S. against Russia and/or China were too afraid of subversion, sanctions, coup, or invasion, by the U.S. Government, for them to say no to the U.S. Government’s demands; and, so, in the U.N. and other international bodies, they would comply with those demands. The 52 nations that voted “Against” the Resolution on 4 November 2022 were U.S. vassals or ‘allies’. The 105 “In Favor” were supporting Russia’s position and were the fewest ever that have done so since at least 2005. So, that vote might represent the apogee or climax of the American empire. All of the other 35 nations were fence-sitters. Those are the ones that are ‘up for grabs’ — against the U.S. position but too afraid of U.S. retaliation to vote that way (against the U.S. Government’s position on it). Perhaps those 52 U.S. vassal nations (by far the highest number ever yet) voting then at the U.N. to support the U.S. Government’s position on that matter, against Russia’s position, would be fewer if the Resolution were to be put up for a vote now. (The issue concerned in that Resolution is voted on at the U.N. almost every year since 2005, and so the future votes on it will be indicators of whether, and the extent to which, America’s empire will be declining.) The Discord Leaks would appear to be a sign that the 52 votes in favor of that Resolution will turn out to have been the peak. If this turns out to be true, it will be momentous, a historical turning-point.

One member of “the Discord Group,” who messaged as “OG”, was inside the U.S. Government and had top security clearance on U.S. intelligence online traffic concerning the war in Ukraine. As the WP described him: “OG had a dark view of the government. The young member [of the Discord Group] said he [“OG”] spoke of the United States, and particularly law enforcement and the intelligence community, as a sinister force that sought to suppress its citizens and keep them in the dark. He ranted about ‘government overreach’.” (That term “ranted” is used by the WP as part of their effort to predispose readers against that group.)

The WP’s source was an anonymous member. “The member said OG wasn’t hostile to the U.S. government, and he insisted that he was not working on behalf of any country’s interests. ‘He is not a Russian operative. He is not a Ukrainian operative,’ the member said. The room on the server where he posted the documents was called ‘bear-vs-pig,’ meant to be a snide jab at Russia and Ukraine, and an indication that OG took no sides in the conflict.” In other words: “OG” was motivated by his patriotism, not by traitorism (which, perhaps, he felt that the U.S. Government itself now is). This is according to the WP’s anonymous source, who is a “member” of the Discord Group.

Consequently: what the Washington Post is now reporting about these leaks will be interpreted as being patriotic by individuals who oppose neoconservatism, and will be interpreted as traitorous by individuals who are, themselves, neoconservatives.

That newspaper has a long record of supporting U.S. military actions all over the world — including America’s 2003 invasion of Iraq (the first of the U.S.-and-allied nations’ public announcements that they proudly are neoconservatives) — and as being, along with the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, one of the three most influential neoconservative news-media in America. To a large extent, therefore, this WP series is reporting about something of which it has, itself, long been a significant part: U.S. imperialism.

The series describes, from the inside of the U.S. Government, the increasing difficulties that it has in remaining as the world’s most powerful Government and one that is capable of getting its ‘allies’ to snap to attention and comply with its demands. Their obvious goal is a U.S. global dictatorship over all nations.


Investigative historian Eric Zuesse’s new book, AMERICA’S EMPIRE OF EVIL: Hitler’s Posthumous Victory, and Why the Social Sciences Need to Change, is about how America took over the world after World War II in order to enslave it to U.S.-and-allied billionaires. Their cartels extract the world’s wealth by control of not only their ‘news’ media but the social ‘sciences’ — duping the public.