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Edmund Burke’s Conservative solution to Socialist democratic totalitarianism, Hanne Nabintu Herland, WND

Conservatives believe that law and order is necessary since man has an inherent tendency to exploit others to his own benefit. Man needs to control his selfish desires whether he is rich or poor. Hence the need for ethics and a normative approach in order to avoid chaos and anarchy. The 1700s English philosopher and founder of modern conservatism, Edmund …

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New York Times admits sending articles to Government, to make sure “national security officials” have “no concerns” for Approval prior to Publishing, Herland Report

The New York Times has publicly acknowledged that it sends some of its stories to the US government for approval from “national security officials” before publication. This confirms what veteran New York Times correspondents like James Risen have said: The American newspaper of record regularly collaborates with the US government, suppressing reporting that top officials don’t want made public, writes …

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The Omnipresent Surveillance State: Orwell’s 1984 Is No Longer Fiction – John W. Whitehead, Herland Report

“You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”—George Orwell, 1984 Tread cautiously: the fiction of George Orwell has become an operation manual for the omnipresent, modern-day surveillance state. It’s been 70 years since Orwell—dying, beset by fever and bloody coughing fits, and driven …

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