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Interview with Nina Kouprianova

Nina Kouprianova is an independent analyst of geopolitics and culture. She earned her PhD (History) from the University of Toronto, focusing on modern and contemporary Russia, culture, and U.S. 168 more words

Traditionalism

North Korea gives Korean-American 10 years hard labour: Xinhua

SEOUL: North Korea has jailed a detained Korean-American for 10 years after he was found guilty of subversion and espionage, China’s official Xinhua news agency said Friday. 31 more words

Current Affairs

The Talmudic Subversion of the Catholic Church

The rule of Pope Francis has one that has opened the eyes of millions of Traditionalist Catholics to how far and how radically Modernist the papacy has become. 3,918 more words

The Jewish Problem

Dances with Bears

Is there a moral equivalency to be reasonably made between the Russian government, and especially its leader, President Vladimir Putin, and the American-lead NATO alliance? Are Russia’s alleged actions in the eastern Ukraine, Chechnya, and Syria as equally deplorable as Washington’s invasion of Iraq or the… 669 more words

Geopolitics

LESSONS IN LOGIC: This Story Is An Admission That The Rule Of Law In America Is Dead

The rule of law is based on a strict adherence to a set of known laws, the purpose of which is usually explained by those who created the law.  847 more words

Natural Law

Division lines

“The ends you serve that are selfish will take you no further than yourself but the ends you serve that are for all, in common, will take you into eternity.” 742 more words

Literature

What the heck is version control?

You might be wondering what’s this confusing thing that all the professionals use. What’s the point of it? Can it help me write code? No and no. 1,144 more words

Centralized Version Control