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Doug Casey on the Plague of Cultural Marxists

  THE CONTRARIAN   — Doug Casey is one of my favourite modern writers, he is an extreme Libertarian, but his ideas are always interesting. Here is some excerpts from an interview with him back in 2017 Nick Giambruno: What exactly … Continue reading

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DONALD TRUMP, SAVIOUR?

THE CONTRARIAN   As you know from previous scribblings, I am fascinated by the notion of ‘Megatrends’, from a book of that name by John Naisbitt. He describes changes as ‘trends’, things going in a particular direction, and he describes … Continue reading

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DAM THE DAMS, THE EMPTYING OF ONTARIO’S NORTH

The following is the entire text of a little book I self-published last winter. It is based on a series of columns for the local newspaper, which were previously posted to this blog. The appendixes in the book are not … Continue reading

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Justin, the Prince of Peace

March 31, 2015 To the editor, Macleans magazine Dear Editor Re your cover, April 13 issue. Nobody knows what Jesus actually looked like.  Is it an accident that the image you chose for this cover looks a lot like Justin Trudeau, or is … Continue reading

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THATCHER AND LAURIER

THE CONTRARIAN Some of my fans (well, two) commented that my putting Thatcher (British conservative) and Laurier (Canadian Liberal) in the same sentence and calling them my hero’s makes no sense (Science versus Santa Claus, Dec 17).   After all, they … Continue reading

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MEGATRENDS

THE CONTRARIAN   A few years ago somebody wrote a whole book about what he called ‘trends’, he said things carry on in directions or fads or styles to the point of ridiculous, then the trend explodes, everybody forgets about … Continue reading

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OPINIONS AND ARGUMENTS

THE CONTRARIAN We all form opinions, based on the first information we get, tempered by our basic assumptions, biases, prejudices. Once formed, we only change our opinion on the basis of personal experience, not new knowledge or other people’s experience.  … Continue reading

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