Creating Good Little Communists Through Coercive Persuasion

Early on in my writing adventures, shortly after my experience in Social Work education, I focused a great deal on two specific topics. Psychopolitics, and the forty-five goals of the communist party. The former is generally referred to as a way of maintaining coercive control over the thoughts and loyalties of the masses. The book … Read more

Persuading Employees into Vaccine Compliance

A few months ago, when it was becoming obvious that Covid-19 propaganda wasn’t going away after a couple weeks of flattening the curve, the New England Journal of Medicine published Ensuring Uptake of Vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. The recommendation in this article is that employers be able to either mandate or, offer incentives to employees to … Read more

The problematic science defining child sexual abuse and the normalization of pedophilia

The normalization of pedophilia is being pushed to the forefront of the American consciousness. Our schools are introducing children to sexually explicit education at earlier ages and television programing is taking the issue to new horizons with shows like the Netflix production of “Cuties.” People have argued for years that the normalization of homosexuality and … Read more

Effort Justification and Mask Mandates: The Science Behind Virtue Signaling

America continues to march in lock step with the COVID-19 agenda as they have yet to throw off their masks and demand an end to the insidiousness of mask mandates and forced lockdowns. While there is a growing segment of the population who refuse to comply, most people, no doubt influenced by the constant fear … Read more

“Nudged” into passive compliance

Americans understand arguments over social issues depending on the way they are framed by the media, or government officials. According to Cass Sunstein, author of the book Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, framing arguments work because people are mindless and passive in their decision making. By framing arguments in terms controlled within … Read more

Destroying God in the Minds of Men

One of the long, sought after goals of Marxism is to break man of his belief in a higher power; to separate his soul from God if you will. This is admitted by Karl Marx in the Communist Manifesto, and later by Vladimir Lenin when he said that Catholicism was the greatest threat to world … Read more

The face mask study of 2014 and the Health Belief Model: Understanding how science views us

Can people freely choose their behavior? Or, are we controlled by environmental circumstances which can be traced to our so-called, evolutionary past? This is the debate that seems to be dominating society, whether we realize it or not. God vs. science if you will. Certainly, human behavior can be influenced by many factors, including the … Read more

Deconstructing White Privilege and Exposing the Left’s Racist Attitudes

In 2010 I was a student in Oklahoma’s Northeastern State University social work program. The first semester was known as the pre-social work semester, and the intent was to root out students who were not ideologically aligned with the profession. The class was asked to write a position paper on Peggy McIntosh’s essay White Male, White Privilege. Upon completion … Read more

Trump vs. Cuomo: A carefully constructed narrative designed to reinforce support for Covid vaccine

There is an interesting thing happening amidst the election turmoil that, in my opinion, shows exactly how the elite control the narrative and guide our thinking. Many people believed that the election would mark the end of the so-called Covid 19 pandemic. This is despite Donald Trump initiating operation warp speed to develop a vaccine. The Trump administration has, no matter what people … Read more

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