Welcome, New Readers!

Pinned post. The post below was originally published in 2018. I like to repost it periodically in order to better connect with new readers to this site. One thing that is particularly interesting is to review the three articles in the link below, which are nearly 20 years […]

Big Tech’s big downgrade

Hello, Insiders. It’s great to be back! I spent the last week with our amazing team of editors and reporters working out of Insider’s Los Angeles and San Francisco bureaus. The California weather was pretty dismal, but it’s always great to meet up in person. And now that […]

James Corbett on The Nature of False Flags

The Corbett Report explore the world of politics, history, science and economics from a radically alternative perspective. From geopolitical conspiracies to monetary manipulation, repressed history and social engineering, The Corbett Report goes where other podcasts fear to tread.s via Here for the Truth: What are false flag operations? […]

Germans to the Front

Wolfgang Streeck 16 March 2023Politics According to Hofstadter’s Law, obviously a descendent of Murphy’s Law, ‘everything takes longer than you think’. Last year the first to get acquainted with it in a big way was the Russian warlord, Putin, who of course could have spared himself the shock […]

Troll who heckled AOC on Capitol steps and called her his ‘favorite big booty Latina’ sues the lawmaker for blocking him on Twitter

By Sophie Mann For Dailymail.Com Political satirist Alex Stein is suing Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez after she blocked him on Twitter Back in July, Stein posted a video of himself haranguing the representative on the steps of the United States Capitol Stein, a provocateur, repeatedly hollered at AOC […]

The Scottish National Party & The Nazis

We examine the true extent of SNP ties with Nazi Germany during WWII. Dr. Mark Felton FRHistS, FRSA, is a well-known British historian, the author of 22 non-fiction books, including bestsellers ‘Zero Night’ and ‘Castle of the Eagles’, both currently being developed into movies in Hollywood. In addition […]

The Surreal Post-Trump Embrace of Mark Milley

By Michael Schaffer Earlier this month, when the digital-media startup Puck celebrated its first anniversary with a bustling party at the French ambassador’s residence, the journalist-heavy throng in the Kalorama mansion was saluted by an unlikely guest speaker: the top officer in the United States military, Joint Chiefs […]

All of Auden

Sponsored by The Morgan Library & Museum Nick Laird Auden’s Dialectic In Auden’s complete poems, edited by Edward Mendelson, the poet veers from puckish youth to adult diagnostician and back again. Anna Della Subin A Body That’s Divine A recent book catalogs the Old Testament’s physical descriptions of God, who […]

Red alert recession signals

March 26, 2023 Hi, I’m Matt Turner, the editor in chief of business at Insider. Welcome back to Insider Today’s Sunday edition, a roundup of some of our top stories.   On the agenda today: Miami’s crypto party is over — and the city is facing the fallout. […]

Considerations on Anarchy2022

Gian Piero de Bellis Considerations on Anarchy2022 (Saint-Imier, 29-31 July 2022) (2022 Note Some considerations on the anti-authoritarian gathering held in Saint-Imier in July 2022. On 29-31 July 2022 many libertarians gathered in Saint-Imier (Swiss Jura) to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Congress of the Anti-Authoritarian International […]

Anarchy & Pseudo-anarchy

Gian Piero de Bellis Anarchy & Pseudo-anarchy The 10 basic differences (2022) Note This text was used as an introduction to a debate on anarchy held at the World Wide Wisdom Research and Documentation Centre in Saint-Imier during the Libertarian Week on 29 and 30 July 2022 Anarchy […]

The mono-anarchists

Gian Piero de Bellis The mono-anarchists (2023) Note A reflection on the anarchist conception and the risks that it may increasingly become an ideology like any other, despotic, authoritarian, completely useless. The history of the ruling classes and the state rulers has always been characterized by the quest […]

Ban Imminent? TikTok CEO Torn Apart by Bipartisan Congress. Plus: Marianne Williamson on Challenging Biden & the Dem Establishment

SYSTEM UPDATE now available as a podcast: https://linktr.ee/systemupdate_ Thank you for watching this episode of SYSTEM UPDATE, now airing every weeknight at 7pm ET. Subscribe and join us LIVE on Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/GGreenwald Become part of our Locals community: https://greenwald.locals.com/ Follow Glenn: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ggreenwald Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glenn.11.greenwald/ Follow System Update: […]

Building a resilient workplace

March 25, 2023   A NOTE FROM OUR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ALYSON SHONTELL This past week, Fortune closed the April/May issue of our magazine. You can expect to find a range of must-read journalism and industry-leading analysis rolling out over the next couple of weeks, including Silicon Valley Bank’s fall […]

People Can Win

We’ve been trained to think that endless rule by tiny minorities of really horrible people is the natural order of things, but that turns out to be just another lie Matt Taibbi 14 hr ago   Earlier today Susan Schmidt and I published an article about a series […]

A Toxic Bottom Line

Sponsored by University of California Press Last week on the NYR Online we published an essay by Scott W. Stern on the grassroots activists who organized against industrial pollution in West Virginia in the 1960s and 1970s—and a couple, Dale and Leonise Hagedorn, who took the lead in the company town of […]