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R.J. Jacob


Amazonian Indigenous Peoples Occupy Belo Monte Dam Site Amazon Watch, International Rivers, Movimento Xingu Vivo FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | June 23, 2012 For more information, contact: Brent Milliken, +55 61 8153 7009, Verena Glass, +55 11 9853 9950, Altamira, Brazil – Indigenous peoples affected by the controversial Belo Monte dam complex now under […]

‘Tiger devours a Maoist’

timesofindia RANCHI: The forest department may have failed to trace a tiger in Bundu forest, around 35 km from here, but Maoists have not only found the animal but one of them has even become its victim. The rebel reached so close to the tiger that he fell […]

The Way of Men: An Anarchist Perspective

by R.J. Jacob

This book could not have come at a better time. Jack Donovan’s The Way of Men is a spear through the side of the one world therapeutic tribe. Donovan incorporates his theory of masculinity into a Nietzschean critique of modernity that unveils human nature and screams WAR! in the face of feminists and professional utopians.

Donovan explores the origins of masculinity by looking at the human EEA. Different species must evolve different mechanisms in response to the imposed conditions. Donovan describes human males as a party gang species organized into male dominated gangs whose members compete and cooperate for status, women, and the greater good of the gang. The earliest male humans, comprising the genus…

Mexican Cartel Declares War on Cheetos Robert Beckhusen The logo for Sabritas, a Mexican snack chip subsidiary of PepsiCo, which saw dozens of vehicles and five warehouses burned by a drug cartel this month. Photo: chrizar/Flickr Mexican drug cartels are not strictly drug cartels. One of their fastest-growing markets is extortion of private […]

American Terrorist’s Mom Wants Him Back Home BRIAN ROSS (@brianross) and LEE FERRAN American-born Islamist militant Omar Hammami, also known as Abu Mansur al-Amriki, speaks during a news conference held by the militant group al-Shabab at a farm in southern Mogadishu’s Afgoye district in Somalia, May 11, 2011. (Farah Abdi Warsameh/AP Photo) An Alabama […]

Rome Didn’t Fall in a Day Chris Sullivan Back in the ’70s, I used to expect the government to suffer a financial collapse at which time it would have to quit doing most of the things it’s doing because it would run out of money. That isn’t what has happened. Instead of cutting […]

5/9/12 – Latest on the Naxalite-Maoist insurgency

Maoist army is 46K strong and winning Abductions: Maoists On Top In Every Scenario – Analysis Gang supplying mobile phone SIM cards to Maoists busted in UP Naxals making inroads into Kerala, Karnataka Low-level government officials at Naxal meets? RDX recovered from Maoist hideout Maoist in Assam now equipped with sophisticated weapon Maoists abduct, […]

Man arrested in Obama death threat WAYNESBORO, Va., May 6 (UPI) — The Secret Service arrested a Virginia man for allegedly making repeated death threats against President Barack Obama, authorities say. Christopher Hecker of Waynesboro was arrested this week, and is being detained pending an evaluation, The (Staunton) News Leader reported. Hecker allegedly […]

The Descent of Man…

…the Rise of Apes Alternative Right Mark Hackard photo: 20th Century Fox History has ended in the postmodern West, and humanity’s future burns brightly. Nothing will impede inexorable progress toward the perfect harmony envisioned in Coca-Cola’s hilltop commercial, prophesied from Rome 40 years ago: I’d like to teach the […]

Ron Paul as a prototype for anarchists

I think the Ron Paul movement is evidence of what actually works. He’s obviously the best thing the mainstream libertarians have yet to achieve and that’s because he focuses on issues that affect everyone and that lots of different kinds of people are interested in. He has a […]

Nanotube yarns twist like muscles Yarns made of the tiny straws of carbon called nanotubes have an astounding ability to twist as they contract, scientists have found. The effect, reported in Science, is similar to the action of muscles found in elephant trunks and squid tentacles. However, the yarns twist 1,000 times […]

Nanofiber Regenerates Blood Vessels Kenrick Vezina A synthetic material may help to repair tissue after a heart attack, and aid transplants. Regenerating blood vessels is important for combating the aftereffects of a heart attack or peripheral arterial disease, and for ensuring that transplanted organs receive a sufficient supply of blood. Now […]

How to Be Inhuman Ronald Bailey Biotechnology holds the promise of some day allowing people to enhance themselves and their children using pharmaceuticals or genetic interventions. This prospect is welcomed by some, but causes a great deal of anxiety in many people: Are there enhancements whose benefits would come at the […]

The Politics of Transhumanism Version 2.0 (March 2002)     James J.  Hughes, Ph.D. Originally Presented at the 2001 Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science Cambridge, MA November 1-4, 2001 For more information please contact: James Hughes Ph.D. Public Policy Studies, Trinity College, 71 Vernon St., Hartford […]