Category Archives: Economics

Globalization and Designated Shitting Streets

During one of our conversations about globalism, Dota told me that globalization’s ultimate aim is to turn the planet into a big sweatshop. So far, globalists have been remarkably successful at bringing their vision to fruition. Thanks to their efforts, … Continue reading

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Refugees and White South Africans

For years, I have extensively discussed race, diversity, and immigration. However, this is my first time writing about whites in South Africa (or any part of Africa), who are increasingly beleaguered. On account of government proposals to confiscate white-owned land … Continue reading

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Robert Stark and I Discuss Economics

As you all know, I’ve been recently binging on economics. So, like it or not, my latest interview with Robert Stark and Pilleater is no exception! We mainly discuss Dean Baker’s work and other economic issues, but also briefly touch … Continue reading

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Tony Soprano Versus the Health Insurance Mafia

As you all know, the FIRE economy – short for finance, insurance, and real estate – has been my latest hobby horse. Rest assured, I will not completely abandon race, immigration, and other topics that put Occident Invicta on the map. … Continue reading

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Who’s the Wingnut Now?

As longtime readers remember, I reviewed Robert Reich’s Saving Capitalism. While I was never an especially big fan of Robert Reich – he comes across as a prissy liberal – he nevertheless struck me as a serious economist. His work even … Continue reading

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Zoe Lofgren and the H-1B Question

Following a request from Robert Stark, I’ve decided to write about H-1B visas. Obviously, I’m naturally appalled when foreigners take American jobs. I also know employers are full of shit when they contend that there’s a dearth of skilled workers; … Continue reading

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Winston Churchill on Land Monopoly

While I’ve long been passionate about economics, reading Michael Hudson’s Killing the Host was such an eye opener that it fundamentally changed the way I view our political economy. Specifically, it made me ponder why certain rentier elites – especially … Continue reading

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Review: Rigged by Dean Baker

  So, after a bit of a break from the blog and political economy, I’m back with another one of my economics book reviews! This time, I’ll be reviewing Rigged: How Globalization and the Rules of the Modern Economy Were … Continue reading

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Second Part of Robert Stark’s Interview

Happy New Year all! I know that I haven’t been as active on the blog lately, but I have not been idle. For now, I’m going to post the second part of my latest appearance on Robert Stark’s show. This segment … Continue reading

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Latest Conversation With Robert Stark

So, I know that I’m rather late on this, but click here to listen to my latest appearance on Robert Stark’s radio program. A large amount of the conversation – which was originally around two hours, and understandably edited/condensed – was … Continue reading

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