Archive for March, 2012

Rate-your-politician

Posted: 31st March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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I propose a new way to look at politics. It would be “rate-your-politician”. This would involve a web site and everyone gets to create an account there – there should be a way to verify accounts but I suppose this would work as an app on Facebook. Next everyone defines (a) an elected politician and […]

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Let’s be clear about one simple fact: for me islamic radicals represent evil. And yes, the word evil is a “subjective” assessment. And let’s be more specific; islamic radicals who propagate the values of salafism (considering all non-muslims and moderate muslims as viable targets for terrorism) I qualify as “evil”. Evil means – having uncompromising […]

Noooo!

Posted: 28th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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Connect the dots

Posted: 28th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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Fuck the Poor

Posted: 23rd March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook 10 Most Obscene Lifestyles Choices of America’s 1% Elite Complaining about having to do their own dishes, or bragging about $800,000 car garages, the 1 percenters are all but screaming “let them eat cake” from the ramparts. As the […]

Aborting the future

Posted: 17th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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The Crisis of Civilization: Full Film from thecrisisofcivilization on Vimeo.

Commission (Chabo)

Posted: 17th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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Quick sketch. Portrait. Came out extra evil.

A New Role for the One Percent

Posted: 16th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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(source) A whole lot of us are stuck with credit-card debt that goes up each month, mortgages worth more than our homes and student loans that extend into infinity. So it’s only natural that we look at the debt crisis from the bottom up: from the perspective of the 99% who are getting screwed. But […]

Documentary on the Collapse

Posted: 16th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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Comments Off on The Hunger Games and the teenage craze for dystopian fiction

Source Wizards and vampires are out. The market in teen fiction is dominated now by societies in breakdown. And it’s girls who are lapping them up. Many parents might feel worried on finding their teenage children addicted to grim visions of a future in which global warming has made the seas rise, the earth dry […]

Why I am leaving the Empire, by Darth Vader

Posted: 14th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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TODAY is my last day at the Empire. After almost 12 years, first as a summer intern, then in the Death Star and now in London, I believe I have worked here long enough to understand the trajectory of its culture, its people and its massive, genocidal space machines. And I can honestly say that […]

Societal auto-immune disease

Posted: 14th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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We live in a world which is new. The 20th century was unlike any century before that, and we saw fundamentally new things in this era. World war, mass genocide, nuclear weapons, manned flight, automated factories, mass transport, people in the moon, internet. And that’s just the more cinematic stuff. Every aspect of reality has […]

The Angry Sun

Posted: 14th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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Hope

Posted: 14th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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Comments Off on It’s Time To Think About Who We Are And What Is Our Place In The Universe

Dmitry Itskov (socrates:) Yesterday I was very fortunate to get a rare English language interview from Dmitry Itskov – the elusive Russian entrepreneur spearheading project Avatar and Global Future 2045. The first time I saw Itskov was at the recent Singularity Summit where he revealed his uniquely ambitious project. I don’t know Dmitry well but […]

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New York Times George Bush, the U.S. former president on the right, with current commander in chief of the left. By RONEN BERGMAN Published: January 25, 2012 As the Sabbath evening approached on Friday Jan. 13, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad paced the wide living-room floor of his home high above a street in north Teheran, its walls […]

Where do the global elites to lead us?

Posted: 5th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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We have a choice between two extremes; this planet can no longer cultivate the same levels of universal consumption. Now ask yourself – right now who has most effect on deciding where we are headed? You? Or the global hyper-rich? It’s time to wake up and speak up. Scenario One Scenario Two Updates * http://rortybomb.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/saez_chart.png […]

Kerbal

Posted: 4th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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Link Review I’ll ask them for a free copy and review the game here.

The Hate Mongers

Posted: 4th March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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. . . Remarkable statements * Extreme Hate speech on “Goyyim” * There is a thing called “going to far” * Owning the US congress * Bibi The Bullie wags the US doggie

The Final Disillusion

Posted: 3rd March 2012 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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Looking at the last ten thousand years the only conclusion is – how many people died because of tyranny and oppression? Of the unnatural deaths possibly more than half were directly or indirectly attributable to force or oppression by other humans. Can we conclude that this selection bottleneck had a distinctive effect on human genetics? […]