Browsing All posts tagged under »war on terror«

Another Day, Another Dollar, Another Victory for the War on Terror

April 21, 2013


By Phil Ingram As the manhunt for the FBI’s most wanted criminal finally came to an end Friday evening, the free press inevitably began asking questions – not really in order to get to the bottom of things (sadly this has increasingly become the duty and responsibility of Twitter) – but to remind us that […]

On Recent Events in Algeria and Mali

January 23, 2013


By Dawn Occidere Nearly two years ago when Selecting Stones first launched, I interpreted the Arab Spring as the concluding death blow to the old Third Worldist ideologies of the 1960s and 70s.  At the time, the final collapse of the Qadhafi government in Libya seemed imminent, and so it provided the best working example.  […]

Excerpt from an upcoming book: YES WE CANNIBALISM

January 1, 2013


Selecting Stones welcomes the year 2013 with an excerpt from an upcoming book, Yes We Cannibalism: America’s New Era of Refined Illusions. Yes We Cannibalism America’s New Era of Refined Illusions by Phil Ingram Part One: The 9/11 Necromancy and the World-Historical Spirit of Napoleon Bonaparte “In times of danger the people always fled to […]

Chicago Public School Teachers are On Strike: What Does It All Mean?

September 10, 2012


By Frank W. Strauch Today, teachers from Chicago Public Schools went on strike after not reaching a deal for a new contract.  Predictably, media coverage is, one way or another, stacked against the teachers, whether it be from an openly anti-labor position, or from a liberal, moralistic position which blames the strikers for “hurting the […]

Charge it to a Bitch: There Is Only Palestine

May 22, 2011


By Eduardo Dijo Warning: This essay contains explicit language and adult content and therefore it is intended only for mature audiences. “Sing, Goddess, of the rage, of Peleus’ son Achilles, The accursed rage, which brought pain to thousands of the Achaeans.” We all know that democracy is precious, but how precious is it exactly? Is […]

Vicissitudes of Freedom: Ignorant Causes and Causes of Ignorance

May 17, 2011


By Eduardo Dijo After an eight-year manhunt costing billions of dollars and who knows how many innocent lives, involving unprecedented advantages in terms of technology and manpower, US forces finally managed to catch an elderly man who was dying of kidney failure while hiding out in his harem. “Yes we can!” Are we seriously supposed […]

Hopefully Bin Ladin’s death won’t really matter

May 2, 2011


By Bruno Fournier Excellent news!  The bastard finally got what he deserved.  It’s been a long time in the coming.  In a thoroughly ironic twist and turn of history, Barack Obama has now achieved what Mikhail Gorbachev could not. Down at the White House, everyone is gathered around, celebrating, and waving the American flag.  “U.S.A.”  […]

Struggle or Extinction? And Other Inexorable Questions

May 1, 2011


By Phil Ingram It has been said that any thinker who is proceeding along the philosophical road must eventually cross the bridge known as the most basic question of philosophy – materialism or idealism: the relationship of being and consciousness – before he or she can seriously begin delving into those “general theoretical, world-view questions […]


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