Women were, are and will always be our equal. Or at least they should have been treated that way from the beginning of time. The XIVth amendment of the Constitution was written in an attempt to bring rights and protections to more people. And still, Congress didn’t see a problem in writing “But … Continue reading We, men, have to support equality with women
I hate Sports fans. The Eagles won the Superbowl, Yay! Too many - wasted - fans rushed to Broad Street to act as the dumbest apes ever. Climbing on everything they can climb on or breaking everything they can break. One guy even ate horse shit just because the dumb people around him … Continue reading Sports fans are dumb. And we give them a free pass.
Hey guys, Ending the year with all the books I read in 2017. I never read that much and I love it! The book I would recommend of all these is The Prize! Such a great insight into the business of oil. It is like the Biography of oil! The Gene and Sapiens come right … Continue reading 2017 in Books
White people did it again. White guilt is one of the most twisted theories I have ever heard of. After creating the idea of White Privilege to focus on the have instead of the have-not (see other blog), now we have white guilt to focus on what we feel instead of on what … Continue reading Your White Guilt Doesn’t Make Black Lives Matter
Ethics is a fluctuating principle. Which is unethical in the first place as ethics are a set of conventional principles that are always right. Ethics is as illusionary as religion; they both want to make you believe that by following a certain path, you will be able to maintain a clear conscience. But … Continue reading Ethics of the future with a look into the present
All of my posts to date have something in common. They relate to some kind of ideology or belief. Veganism, Racism, Human Singularity, Climate Denial. These issues involve a fight between knowledge and ideology. Between belief and fact. Belief and Ideology are the enemies of reason. Yet, facts can be analyzed in different … Continue reading Belief and Ideology : The hard truth behind easy believism