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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: 'Borderless' or 'Open Society' = Lawless Or Tyranny

There is a growing movement in America to have a, ‘open’ or ‘borderless’ society.  This is lawlessness.  If we take the time to actually look at the definitions for the words being used and apply a little basic logic, this is easy to prove.  572 more words

Natural Law

Soros Mayhem

Major media outlets in the US have ignored the leak of thousands of emails from billionaire George Soros’s Open Society Foundation by the activist hacker group DCLeaks. 211 more words


A cup of salty tea

I don’t understand those who don’t understand that politics comes also from the belly. Beyond the viscerality of a political existence, for me there are always contingent factors that, by chance or by necessity, bring me back to the reasons of what I chose and the values for which I live. 511 more words


Una tazza di te salato

Non capisco chi non capisce che la politica passa anche dalla pancia. Oltre alla visceralità dell’esistenza politica, per me ci sono anche sempre fattori contingenti che, per caso o per necessità, mi riconducono al perché di quello che ho scelto e di quello che per cui vivo. 502 more words


George Soros Hack: What They Don’t Tell You! - YouTube

Stefan Molyneux

In the latest of a series of hacks and leaks, over 2,500 documents from several George Soros organizations have been released online. Many of the documents are from the Open Society Foundations, regarding influencing international immigration policies and taking advantage of the European Migrant Crisis. 24 more words

The Subtle Subversion

Perceptions of obedience to Christ
Are often apprehended by our hopes.
And flesh, the lowly subject, turns to heist,
And seeks to send the true service to the ropes. 75 more words


The Fabian Society and the Gradual Rise of Statist Socialism

From Acting Man, by Claudio Grass

The “Third Way”

“Stealth, intrigue, subversion, and the deception of never calling socialism by its right name” – George Bernard Shaw…

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