Capitalist education machinery

Reading time ~ 7 minutes There are only a few white spots around the world where capitalism has not yet found its way. Withdrawn indigenous peoples successfully keep the supposed civilization at bay. There are also some light gray dots. Also indigenous groups who live according to their tradition and only have rudimentary points of

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To vaccinate or not to vaccinate?

Reading time ~ 8 minutes I can’t remember if I’ve ever caught a bad flu. Statistically very likely, but it has not been immortalized in the memory. Under parental supervision, I was probably also given regular vaccinations. But I wouldn’t put my hand in the fire for that. Which almost makes you guess that I

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Alien Fear

Reading time ~ 3 minutes If our ancestors had been afraid of anything foreign back then, no nationalistically brown thin shit would be drooling over the countries today, but things would look quite different overall. If scientists digging into our past have so far been relatively certain that the cradle of humanity was in Africa,

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Reading time ~ 5 minutes The European Union (EU) is a confederation of currently 27 nations. After the withdrawal of Great Britain, almost 450 million people live within its borders. Minus approx. 20% for the under-16s, 360 million people are affected. 360 million decision-makers. From January 2019 to January 2020, various non-governmental organizations (NGOs) collected

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Global Suicide

Reading time ~ 8 minutes What already sounds worrying in itself is multiplied by the fact that it is brought about less actively than by passivity. Lethargic ignorance automatically makes everyone an accomplice to a global assassination attempt, which stupidly enough also affects oneself. This self-deception goes so far that we threaten to drive the

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New League of Willing

Reading time ~ 3 minutes Watching the ship drift towards the waterfall, on the bottom of which it will inevitably be smashed, because one feels committed to a supposed community, is one thing. To throw overboard the normally dominant instinct of self-preservation, the sole concern for one’s own well-being, is another. We humans consist of

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Difficult being an american

Reading time ~ 3 minutes Bread and games. What already worked excellently in ancient Rome finds its perfected continuation in the USA. With football, baseball, basketball and ice hockey, four sports keep the Americans happy. And when it comes to food, the country of supposedly unlimited possibilities is making the most of all: oversized portions,

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Irresponsible Prosperity

Reading time ~ 5 minutes We humans describe ourselves as intelligent and use this as a decisive criterion against animals, but we are nevertheless limited. This prevents us from being successfully recognized and certainly not accepted. There is still no question of comprehension. With our facilities much more would be possible, but it would mean

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Totalitarian World

Reading time ~ 5 minutes Everywhere, authorities are oppressing their people more and more. In different manifestations, but unmistakable. First they give themselves as longed-for saviors and philanthropists, in order to get out the truncheons hidden behind their backs after a successful election. With servitude and one-sided redistributions they cover their country, only celebrated by

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Sacred Dependence

Reading time ~ 4 minutes Full of enthusiasm we fall for the created technology. Taken up by ourselves, every innovation arouses our fascination and is immediately appropriated without criticism. Feelings of addiction and dependence do not arise, because the use is subversively forced from outside. Without technology, participation in the current way of life is

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