States Psychotic – Corporations Despotic II: The Turkish Matter
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States Psychotic – Corporations Despotic II: The Turkish Matter

People informed me that in my list of collaborators with the U.S. Rescue Iraq Plan Turkey’s name was missing. I put the matter aside out of respect for my relations with the country, its Osmanli inheritors and its superior leadership in the hands of its statesman-President. Apart from my private warning to beware influential Ikhwanis…

Scotland’s Independence
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Scotland’s Independence

I have before me as I write a copy of ‘De Jure Regni apud Scotos’ the great liberating text of George Buchanan defending Scotland’s centuries long insistence that governance was dependent on its serving the needs of the people. Since that epoch monarchy, parliament and electorate have been irrecoverably transformed into now almost undefinable and…

Crown and Civil Society – The Crossroads
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Crown and Civil Society – The Crossroads

In Britain a legal decision has been taken that represents an absolute severing of the most fundamental element in what has been our boast for eight hundred years. Again and again the governance of Britain has been called to account over centuries and tested in this matter. First monarchy, then parliament, and then in that…

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Syria: “The Horror! The Horror!”

At the heart of ‘The Heart of Darkness’, Conrad’s towering masterpiece, Marlow, the author’s narrative voice, recounts the death of the Belgian trader in the remotest of up-river settlements on the Congo. “Anything approaching the change that came over his features I have never seen before, and hope never to see again. Oh, I wasn’t…