On socialists and socialist religions, discussing intolerance, factional hatreds, some dogmas, and giving commentaries on some socialist parties
Fascism is Socialism
Fascism is socialism disabuses the received, and incorrect, notion that Fascism is'right-wing'.
Adolph/Adolf Hitler Schicklgruber - his psychology and development
The intent is to let Hitler tell you who he is himself through his own words:
to focus on just who Hitler was. This is supplemented by what I regard as the cogent experiences of his youth that shaped his perceptions. Includes
Socialism and warm feelings
The question is: do you want warm feelings, or do you want competence? abelard critises Socialists for putting emotion before reason. Emotionalism = short-sightedness.
German bad faith between the wars: socialism and appeasement
abelard examines the German-Russian alliance and what actually occurred with German reparations, rather than accepting the usual, but inaccurate, history.
UK socialist appeasement policy
Documenting the constant drive of the British Labour Party for a centralised Socialist state, and for disarmament and appeasement. Labour Party pamphlets and speeches tracing this drive are a major ingredient of this page.
the fake economics of cult socialism
Discussing how socialists disrupt and destroy society in order to impose a socialist empire, or even dictatorship.
the structure of the Labour Party in Britain
The essence of current Labour doublespeak that both soothes and befuddles a goodly proportion of the electorate.
the 'economics' of the new old labour nutjobs
An example of Corbynomics explained and exposed.
Labour Party pamphlets
For Socialism and Peace: the Labour
Party's Programme of Action, 1934
The words and actions of Socialists in the United Kingdom during the periods of the 1930s and after.
The Communist Solar System
Reproduced in full, this 1933 Labour Party pamphlet provides insights into the intentions and attitudes of Socialist politicians today.
oswald mosley, britain’s very own national socialist
Mosley understood the Labour Party and its close relationship with Fascism.
socialist persecution of religion, MexicoDocumenting the attrition of catholic priests in Mexico last century by Socialist zealots. Note the similarities fo Clinton's and Obama's behaviour in the USA.
Herds and the individual - sociology, the ephemeral nature of groups
abelard on the illusions of society, where humans act as individuals while believing they are part of a wider group, or groups. This is often studied as 'sociology'.
counting beliefs : irrational beliefs - the structure of analysing belief systems
Formalising logic for sociology. The instinct to belong, to be part of a group, leads to a lack of independent thinking, and so to major foolishnesses. abelard demonstrates analytic methods to deconstruct such 'thinking'.
Includes a worked example for understanding political and religious behaviour.
logicians, 'logic' and madness
Several famous logicians, mathematicians and philosophers are said to have become mad. Here, abelard looks at what is madness, and how it relates to academic logic.
intelligence and madness
Why being more than usually intelligent can be a penalty in society at large - continuing on from Logicians, 'logic' and madness.
H. G. Wells and other Fabians
Looking at both a literary great and the origins of UK Socialist ambitions and policies. H. G. Wells believes that the collective is more important than the individual, so at least his mind is less conflicted. He was also more of a realists than his Socialist compatriots.
Fabian Socialists misunderstand Darwinism
Fabians, early Socialists, did not realise the practical consequences of giving a certain group financial incentives. We now live with those consequences - single mothers supported by the State.
on the Fabian Society
The not-so-new new world order - liberal fascism. The history and aims of the Fabian Society
H.G. Wells the futurist
H.G.Wells' predictions - nuclear weapons, war in the air, and paying women with small children so they are 'independent'.
problems with Socialism:
the labour party did not start the nhs
abelard lays to rest the urban myth connecting Socialists (a.k.a. the Labour Party) with the National Health Service.
Socialism and education -
theory and reality
How Socialists destroy education. Politics is about power, it is not about economics. Socialism tries to take all power away from the people, and towards the governing centre.
With reviews by Utopianist authors Heinlein, Wells, Morris
infantilising the population and replacing the family, while impoverishing them
poor in london, 1909 - you never had it so good
sexual differences in childhood behaviour - socialist science: the result first, the study after
and background documents
Outline curriculum for citizenship with commentary. A document planned as the central switching junction to a sound curriculum for citizenship studies.
On a citizen's wage or the common wealth dividend, with discussion on false ideas of ownership and on heritage or patrimony
Speech by Richard Nixon on guaranteed income - a citizen's wage
In 1969, American president Richard Nixon proposed a guaranteed income system. Fiercely opposed then by the 'Liberals' in opposition, such systems are now being built in the UK and Germany.
power, ownership and freedom
These three are closely linked, and all are frequently mis-handled. How much freedom can a society manage and how much freedom is reasonable or constructive? Social damage is caused by the unanalysed and rigid notions of ownership.
ends and means and the individual
Study of the glib phrase, “the end justifies the means”.
corporate corruption, politics and the law
how government and big business help each other to make fortunes and to ruin society and the environment.
oppression, poverty and life expectancy - t.a.s.
Oppression leads to poverty. Poverty leads to earlier
death. Meanwhile socialist dictatorships also murder in bulk.
Frédéric Bastiat and free trade
Frédéric Bastiat was a 19th century
political economist concerned with the right of an
individual to life, liberty, and property, which could
not be achieved by socialism..
authoritarianism and liberty
Introductory document to the logic of human organisations,
clarifying definitions of various (sacred) names in
the discussion of modern Western politic.
Includes a short glossary of terms widely used by
Islamic fundamentalist elements.
British establishment interference with civil liberties during the 20th century—the
example of Diana and Oswald Mosley
With chronology and bibliography.