Don't go back to sleep ... Don't go back to sleep ... Don't go back to sleep.Submitted by: Islamic Scholar (1207-1273)
Relayer refers to a party that hosts an off-chain orderbook. Relayer assists traders to find out counter-parties and then exchange order between them in a cryptographic manner.
ReviewsSubmitted by: Commentary Race and Neoliberalism "[The urge to aggressive (violent) policing emerges from an] imperative to contain and suppress the pockets of economically marginal and sub-employed working class populations produced by revanchist capitalism.""[#BLM/race-only perspective is] a demand that we not pay attention to the deeper roots of the pattern of police violence in enforcement of the neoliberal regime of sharply regressive upward redistribution and its social entailments.""In short, the Privilege Walk and the seemingly radical ideology it propagates are fugazi — fake. The real effect of a focus on “privilege” is to hide the problems of class power and exploitation that are at the heart of capitalist social relations."Submitted by: Identity Politics
Rainer Marie Rilke (1)
I want to be with those who know secret things or else alone.Submitted by: Austrian Poet (1875-1926)
Raymond Chandler (1)
There is no clean way to make a hundred million bucks. Somewhere along the line guys got pushed to the wall, nice little businesses got the ground cut out from under them. Decent people lost their jobs. Big money is big power, and big power gets used wrong. It's the system.Submitted by: American Writer (1888-1959)
Raymond Chandler (2)
There is no trap so deadly as the trap you set for yourself.Submitted by: American Writer (1888-1959)
Real Estate: Daily Mail - Million Pound Postal Codes
10 new postal codes join the millionaire club @ https://mol.im/a/9922931This is silly estate agent clickbait. Most of London's properties (freeholds) are cut up into flats.Imagine a street lined with 20 stucco-fronted Edwardian townhouses, £4 million average house price. £80 million of real estate. Rich enough to be in this millionaire club.Then imagine the same street, exact same 20 buildings, with 8 period conversions in each, £700K average flat price. £112 million of real estate. Not rich enough to be in the millionaire's club.Submitted by: Real Estate Daily Mail
Real News Network
"The Real News Network (TRNN) makes media connecting you to the movements, people, and perspectives that are advancing the cause of a more just, equal, and liveable planet."Progressive liberal-left news, humane generally socialist grassroots reportage not capture by the corporate bullshit spigot as of October 2021.Bullshit Spigot Rating: E-Submitted by: therealnews.com
Reddit Thread Capture from /r/Coronavirus - The Days of Full Covid-19 Coverage Are Over Submitted by: Reddit Coronavirus Remy de Gourmont
To ameliorate and raise the standard of the workingmen to the bourgeois level, is perhaps to create a race of slaves content with their lot – a cast of comfortable Pariahs.Submitted by: French Poet (1858-1915)
René Girard (1923—2015) was a mainstream French philosopher whose areas of thought defy classification, spanning a wide variety of typically delimited humanities disciplines: Literary Criticism, Psychology, Anthropology, Sociology, History, Biblical Hermeneutics and Theology. Although he rarely calls himself a philosopher, many philosophical implications can be derived from his work. Girard’s work is above all concerned with Philosophical Anthropology (that is, ‘What is it to be human?’), and draws from many disciplinary perspectives.Over the years Girard developed a mimetic theory: human beings imitate each other, and this eventually gives rise to rivalries and violent conflicts. Such conflicts give rise to the scapegoat mechanism. Violence often follows. Girard's solution - like many French bourgeois - is ultimately, Christianity in the Des Essientes Catholic ideal.Girard’s lack of specific disciplinary affiliation slightly marginalises his work among contemporary academics. He's not regarded as part of the French philosophical pantheon like Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze, Lyotard, but his religiosity makes his work palatable to Christians and theologians ensuring a certain popularity in the lexicon of educated conservative discourse.Submitted by: 1923-2015
Research Tools PageSubmitted by: off-guardian.org Research: Views Changing AgingSubmitted by: Research Resignation Letter - Peter Boghossian (8-Sept-2021)
My University Sacrificed Ideas for Ideology. So Today I Quit.The more I spoke out against the illiberalism that has swallowed Portland State University, the more retaliation I faced (8-Sept-2021) @ https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/my-university-sacrificed-ideas-forSubmitted by: Infowars
"At Reveal, we pour the necessary time and resources into unearthing original stories that hold people and institutions accountable for the problems they’ve caused or benefited from."Funded by the neoliberal bullshit spigot cabal from Gates Foundation to Kellogs, standard soft liberal-left orthodox establishment mouthpiece mobilising a grassroots credentialism that perpetuates power by exposing only opponents and transgressors.Bullshit Spigot Rating: C+Submitted by: revealnews.org
Revolver.News and Newsguard BolxSubmitted by: Revolver | Newsguard Rich Racism v Poor Racism
The kinds of racism still engaged in by the wealthy and the powerful – such as the theft of entire regions’ resources under a thinly veiled update of ‘the white man’s burden’ (basically ‘the savages can’t govern themselves’), or profiteering from a racially unjust legal and prison system – are far more egregious and damaging. Yet these forms of racism are given far less attention than racism as simple name-calling.All said and done, the idea of racial hierarchy and the attendant philosophy of innate white superiority were not invented by poor people, and while we are not excusing the central role that everyday racism has played in upholding racial hierarchies in the UK and elsewhere, our critique should not rest there.Submitted by: UK
Richard Dawkins Submitted by: 1941-?
Richard Dawkins (26-Mar-1941) is a British evolutionary biologist and author. He is an emeritus fellow of New College, Oxford and was Professor for Public Understanding of Science in the University of Oxford from 1995 to 2008. An atheist, he is well known for his criticism of creationism and intelligent design. Dawkins first came to prominence with his 1976 book The Selfish Gene, which popularised the gene-centred view of evolution and introduced the term meme. With his book The Extended Phenotype (1982), he introduced into evolutionary biology the influential concept that the phenotypic effects of a gene are not necessarily limited to an organism's body, but can stretch far into the environment. In 2006, he founded the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science.
Richard Lynn (1930-) Submitted by: anti-establishment psychologist
Controversial English psychologist and author, Richard Lynn
is a former professor emeritus of psychology at Ulster University, having had the title withdrawn by the university in 2018, and assistant editor of the journal Mankind Quarterly, which has been described by Wikipedia neoliberals as a white supremacist journal and purveyor of scientific racism. See Richard Lynn's 2008/2009 blog
Ring signature is a private-key focused cryptographic signature with an option for decryption or verification through multiple valid keys.
River Styx Foundation Submitted by: riverstyxfoundation.org
The River Styx Foundation attempts to lessen human suffering caused by fear and misguided social policy while advocating for greater compassion, healing, and transformation in such areas as criminal justice and end-of-life care.
People tell me all the time that our politics in Washington are broken and that multimillionaires, billionaires and big corporations are calling all the shots. … It’s hard not to agree.Submitted by: American Politician (2015)
I can legally accept gifts from lobbyists unlimited in number and in value … As you might guess, what results is a corruption of the institution of Missouri government, a corruption driven by big money in politics.Submitted by: American Politician (2015)
Robert A Heinlein (1)
You can sway a thousand men by appealing to their prejudices quicker than you can convince one man by logic.Submitted by: American Writer (1907-1988)
Robert A Heinlein (2)
When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, 'This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know,' the end result is tyranny and oppression, no matter how holy the motives. Mighty little force is needed to control a man whose mind has been hoodwinked; contrariwise, no amount of force can control a free man, a man whose mind is free. No, not the rack, not fission bombs, not anything-you can't conquer a free man; the most you can do is kill him.Submitted by: American Writer (1907-1988)
Robert A Heinlein (3)
Limiting the freedom of news 'just a little bit' is in the same category within the classic example 'a little bit pregnant'.Submitted by: American Writer (1907-1988)
Robert F Kennedy
Progress is a nice word. But change is its motivator. And change has its enemies.Submitted by: American Politician (1925-1968)
Religious fanaticism is the most dangerous form of insanity.Submitted by: English poet (1895-1985)
But there is a sort of 'Ok guys, you're mad, but how are you going to stop me' mentality at the top.
And it was under Wilson that the first great propaganda slogan was coined and emblazoned everywhere, to make Americans start thinking favourably of democracies and forget that we had a republic.Submitted by: American Journalist
Roboticist Rodney Brooks Predictions For The Future (2018-)Submitted by: Future rodneybrooks.comSubmitted by: Robotics Roger Bacon (1)
There are in fact four very significant stumbling blocks in the way of grasping the truth, which hinder every man however learned, and scarcely allow anyone to win a clear title to wisdom, namely, the example of weak and unworthy authority, longstanding custom, the feeling of the ignorant crowd, and the hiding of our own ignorance while making a display of our apparent knowledge.Submitted by: English Philosopher (1219-1292)
Ron Paul (1)
Truth is treason in the empire of lies If we want to live in a free society, we need to break free from these artificial limitations on free debate and start asking serious questions once again this is a long-term project that will persist far into the future. These ideas cannot be allowed to die, buried beneath the mind-numbing chorus of empty slogans and inanities that constitute official political discourse in America.Submitted by: American Politician (1935-)
People afraid of outsiders are easily manipulated. The warrior caste, supposedly society's protectors, often become protection racketeers. In times of war or crisis, power is easily stolen from the many by the few on a promise of security. The more elusive or imaginary the foe, the better for manufacturing consent. The Inquisition did a roaring trade against the Devil.Submitted by: Canadian Writer (1948-)