I’m a spiritual and intellectual young man from the famous Jersey shore. You’ll find many of my posts to be spiritually charged, address pressing social and political matters or just provide some thought provoking reflection.
I have strong convictions on social issues and political happenings in our modern era. I somewhat identify with the various anti-globalization movements and have a long history of activism. Most people regard me as a “conspiracy buff” and as someone well versed in anti-establishment thought.
My spiritual and intellectual pursuits have lead me to embracing Eastern Orthodox Christianity in the realm of religion and Traditionalism in the realm of social critique. I’m not shy about challenging the reign of liberalism and modernism in our society.
Largely, you’ll see me posting relevant news articles from alternative media outlets that I follow. I’ll also sporadically hold up various commentators and writers that I hold dear.
With being single in my early thirties, I direct a lot of my time towards personal discovery. Yet, I am quite the social creature and I’m always open to meeting new people and having new experiences. Wire is a great social hub. I enjoy making new friends here and getting to know people on a deeper level.
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Alternative News Outlets:
Global Research (Center for Research on Globalization)
Soul of the East
“We know that prayer in and of itself cannot save us, but carrying it out before God can. For when the Lord's eyes are upon us He sanctifies us, as the sun warms everything upon which it shines.” - St. Gregory Palamas
“Bolivia remains in turmoil. The struggle against the CIA-orchestrated fascist power grab continues.”
Full Article: Bolivia’s Self-Declared/Unelected Coup d’Etat President
Max Blumenthal & Ben Norton: Bolivian coup leader Luis Fernando Camacho is a far-right multi-millionaire who arose from fascist movements in the Santa Cruz region, where the US has encouraged separatism. He has courted support from Colombia, Brazil, and the Venezuelan opposition.
Full Article: Bolivia Coup Led by Christian Fascist Paramilitary Leader and Millionaire – with Foreign Support
Truth Seeker: Professor Michel Chossudovsky is perhaps the leading light of the anti-globalization movement. Read his biographical summary here...
Michel Chossudovsky: Biographical Summary
For his last recorded lecture, watch here....
Alan MacLeod: The media continues to present the overthrow of democratically-elected leader of Bolivia, Evo Morales, as the"restoration of democracy," rather than calling it what it is: a US-backed military coup.
Full Article: Bolivia Is the Latest Successful US-Backed Coup in Latin America
Dr. Jack Rasmus: Hundreds of books and articles, perhaps thousands, have been written to date on the meaning and consequences of what’s called Neoliberalism. But clarity as to what it means, what has driven its evolution for the past four decades, and what’s its likely future trajectory remain insufficient at best.
Full Article: Neoliberalism: The Idea vs. the Historical Practice
Jonathan Cook: It is a sign of Israel’s overweening confidence in its own impunity that it so openly violates the rights of those whose job it is to monitor human rights. Palestinians, meanwhile, are rapidly losing the very last voices prepared to stand up and defend them against the systematic abuses associated with Israel’s occupation. Unless reversed, the outcome is preordained: the rule of the settlers and soldiers will grow ever more ruthless, the repression ever more ugly.
Full Article: Israel Is Silencing the Last Voices Trying to Stop Abuses Against Palestinians
Alan MacLeod: Army generals appearing on television to demand the resignation and arrest of an elected civilian head of state seems like a textbook example of a coup. And yet that is certainly not how corporate media are presenting the weekend’s events in Bolivia.
Full Article: The Bolivian Coup Is Not a Coup—Because the US Wanted It to Happen
Nino Pagliccia: A coup took place in Bolivia on November 10. The fact that the president of the country, Evo Morales, resigned it does not contradict the fact that a coup has taken place. Morales resigned forced by the military. The perpetrators of the Hybrid War were envisioning this same scenario for Venezuela but failed while they succeed in Bolivia. What made the difference?
Full Article: Evo Morales Forced by the Military to Resign: Bolivia and Venezuela – Two Countries but Same Hybrid War
Andrew Korybko: The Hybrid War on Bolivia isn’t over by a long shot, but it did in fact succeed in its most immediate aim of carrying out regime change against democratically re-elected and legitimate President Morales, so it’s important to review how this happened in the hope that other countries can better prepare themselves for responding to asymmetrical warfare campaigns such as this one if they’re ever targeted in the future.
Full Article: How the Hybrid War on Bolivia Succeeded in Carrying Out Regime Change
“When discussing the roots of Communism and of what is called non- or semi-communist Left – which nevertheless keeps some latent causal relation to dialectical materialism – one crucial question usually gets passed over in silence. Namely, is there a single unique ruling principle to this systematical attempt to absorb the world in thought and, if yes, what exactly is it?”
The Lowest Common God