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Non Serviam – Anarchism as a Dialectical Subversion Tool

By: Jay Dyer The appeal of anarchism is understandable, especially in our day of what seems to be spectacular corruption on the part of members of the establishment.  In the online-fueled furor of Ron Paul’s libertarian surge in 2008, those left hanging in the wake of Campaign for Liberty’s ability to change nothing were looking…

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Numbered Man – An Analysis of The Prisoner (1967)

By: Jay Dyer 1960s spy fiction is some of my favorite fiction.  Developing its own unique aesthetic, from Bond to The Saint to Harry Palmer, the vivid, flamboyant style of both the spies and their cinema incarnations created an iconic pop phenomena that survives still (as 007 is still going strong).  Everyone knows 007, but few are aware of…

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Jay w Tim Kelly: Bilderberg, Plato and Economic Nominalism

Tim Kelly invited me back to discuss the history of Bilderberg and the neo-classical economic theory in light of the trek of western philosophical thought. From the transition out of Platonic methexis into Aristotelian hylomorphism, the economic sphere reflects this nominalism in its free trade and market perspectives over time. Corporatocracy is the death of…