Author Archives: Peter Voluntaryist-Individualist Walker

Paradise Stolen – Episode 1 – DON’T SHOW YOUR CHILDREN!

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Heroes and Villains: The Word “Capitalism” Clarified in Seven Short Paragraphs

(Revision One, copyleft 3-26-2016 by Peter Voluntaryist Walker) The word “capitalism” means so many different things to so many different people that to say it without specifying which version is the logical equivalent of saying “Those bad guys are really … Continue reading

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Public School Students Are the New Inmates in the American Police State

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Marx Part 1: Labour & Class Conflict | Philosophy Tube

This is like the CliffsNotes of the CliffsNotes.

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The Deep State

What your “social studies” or whatever teacher didn’t know or was afraid to tell you. There’s lots of other material, even Chris Hedges and Bill Moyers, on the subject.

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What Pisses Me Off About The Brussels Terrorist Attack

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Ep. 623 The End of School: Reclaiming Education from the Classroom

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The Five Core Social Classes of Mainstream Cultures

(Nine short paragraphs plus endnotes, Revision One copyleft 3-21-2016 Peter Voluntaryistic Walker.) By “mainstream cultures” in this context, I mean most cultures at the ethnic or country level include the ruler-ruled paradigm. It’s usually covert because it’s easier and cheaper … Continue reading

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The Social Institution of The Dictionary (six paragraphs)

(Revision Three copyleft by Peter Voluntaryistic Walker, 5-31-2016) The word define means to describe and equally important, to differentiate from similar other things. For instance the academic field of zoology differentiates similar animals, say horses and zebras, as separate species … Continue reading

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The Deep Government Group(s) – Books by Peter Dale Scott

http://www.voltairenet.org/article187504.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Dale_Scott#Bibliography

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