Category Archives: Psychology

Women now and then

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger I hope that you noticed NNUS today. The old journalists’ writings are not selected in haphazard, or chaotic way. I never heard of Professor W I Thomas (1863 – 1947) before, so I … Continue reading

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NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 20th January, 1907 : “The savage and woman are not what we call intellectual because they are not taught to know and manipulate the materials of knowledge,” declares Professor W I Thomas, sociologist at … Continue reading

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NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 14th October, 1900: Dreaming will never be the same again. Sigmund Freud, a well known Austrian psychiatrist and neurologist, has published a book which looks likely to revolutionise the way we regard our sleeping … Continue reading

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Vozhd Putin

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink; so the saying goes. Presumably, the horse knows better and drinks when it is ready. Likewise, it seems that you can … Continue reading

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Russia Today’s Creative Destruction

When you’re taking on an establishment larger than yourself, generally the best strategy is attrition through asymmetry. The fact that RT(Russia Today) is Russian, obviously, shouldn’t surprise anyone. Which leads to the question, what is RT’s relationship with the Putin regime. … Continue reading

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On bankers, rioters and printed opium

I’m no friend of the bankers. It seems that Dalrymple isn’t aware of the full extent of corruption the bankers indulged in, but he does raise the important moral point. Easy Credit and asset inflation has been the opium of the … Continue reading

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19/remember

NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 19th August, 1934 : Adolf Hitler cleared the last remaining hurdle to total power today when 38 million Germans gave him a 90 percent vote of approval for his decision to become Head of … Continue reading

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Mystery

  In the above picture, a sports fan, holding a cup of mineral water, looks very much like our esteemed Washington correspondent. He, however, refused to confirm or deny anything. Of course, he is married. And, no, he is not … Continue reading

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Texas law

…from the quill of Antisthenes The question of how and why legal systems work (or not) certainly is not an appropriate subject for a short article by an amateur. Still, if I may be so bold and simplify the issue … Continue reading

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Further Fatalism

Notice the irony of a chaplain critiquing superstition. A CASINO chaplain says Australians are too superstitious and wrongly believe luck is on their side. Crown’s resident chaplain, Fr James Grant, said that too many gamblers were not rational about their prospects … Continue reading

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Public Notice and Warning

by G.P. Orlik One of members recently made a discovery – more an unearthing – of a nature that is both helpful and frightening. By way of announcing it, he feels it best to note that the world is replete … Continue reading

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Financial Fatalism

  I, like many people receive free local magazines, funded by copious amounts of advertisement. These magazines and their advertisements are designed for the middle and upper middle class. Filled with new-ageism, primitive authenticity, champaign socialist-moralism, and most importantly, the prerequisite high … Continue reading

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