The Internet Mind Trick

The Internet,  a communications and propaganda nexus,  has economic value because it has become a ubiquitous media that can be leveraged to influence and control the weak minded.       Are you weak minded?    

Right Against Wrong and Good Against Evil

Delusions frequently distill into the fictional extreme and absurdity of right against wrong and good against evil.      Delusions spread virally like a disease, unify opinions and actions,  and they frequently become adversarially entangled in a conflict with competing delusions.     Delusion has the tendency to create barriers to logic, clarity, observation, fact, reality, and pragmatism.  […]

Nomenklatura, Fan-Boys, and Screamers

The United States has developed an incestuous and entrenched bureaucratic caste which has a direct analog to the defunct Soviet Nomenklatura.    People within this privileged group delusionally think they are in charge of the country-world and they definitely and falsely believe they are entitled by their birth to enjoy great expectations and to accrue outsized power and wealth. The […]

The Process

Many of the people I have been running into during my day to day activities have expressed to me that they are following a process of some kind.   These folks are following rules or procedures designed by corporations and governments to mechanize and standardize the way daily business interactions are conducted. Simplification of complexity in […]


This blog talks about the interrelationship between popular delusion, the failure of our current system of governance, and the habitability risk to our planet (the”earth-system).”      It’s easy to pick out historical examples of failed empires, failed governance,  destructive trajectories, geopolitical squabbling, insane ideas, mistaken perceptions, erroneous belief systems, ideological fallacies,  errant leadership, and defective […]

Data-Driven Propaganda

Data-driven propaganda now plays a dominant role in controlling, shaping, and locking in value, value systems, and beliefs.   Oligarchical control of ideas and information dictates perception in a top-down process rather than through individual or organic human-thinking-reasoning activity. In the industrial age, products were rolled out to consumers en masse.   Consumers would then have the follow-on ability […]

Of Mass Delusion

Delusional people have fixed beliefs that do not change even when presented with conflicting evidence. In contrast, people who think clearly constantly reevaluate their perceptions by weighing new information and alternate viewpoints as they become available.