Anna Coco interrogates the use of identity politics and intelligence agency subversion to destroy the left’s material analysis of power relations under Capitalism.
Margaret Anna Alice revisits Ling Yutang’s 1930s writing on humour as a counterbalance to tyranny. Yutang’s ‘spirit of the scamp’ is just as needed today.
Rusere Shoniwa examines the trappings of the forthcoming Bank of England CBDC plans and explains how you can respond to their latest consultation on the issue.
What’s in a conspiracy theory? Why do we formulate them? Can we do better? Darren Allen Examines these questions in this provocative essay.
Amendments to the WHO’s existing regulations and its new global treaty end sovereignty, shred inalienable rights and place the WHO at the top of a regime to enrich Big Pharma, writes Rusere Shoniwa.
Bert Olivier shares his thoughts on the emergent surveillance society and its philosophical context.
The noted publican Rod Humphris offers his perspective of leftist thinking, our current situation and ways out of it, emphasising the importance of nation, culture and future.
Rusere Shoniwa critiques the critics of mass formation theory as a way of understanding the meaning of the Desmet brouhaha.
Rushere Shoniwa examines Desmet’s disappointing dismissal of conspiracy theory as a pejorative and explains why unpicking Desmet’s incorrect diagnosis is important.
Rusere Shoniwa launches a three part critique of Desmet’s theory of mass formation hypnosis, starting with where it begins to fall apart… It ain’t hypnosis