Category Archives: Vali Balint

What Transgender Means

  Surely in writing this post, which is a highly personal meditation, I have to begin from the admission of my own lack of principled stance over time.  My opinions have changed and developed in the course of years. Today … Continue reading

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The Bombing of Syria, on general principles

I don’t have a lot to say about the most recent American war crime. It does go to show, however, how little it mattered in the 2016 election (you recall, I hope, how in that election, as in every single … Continue reading

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The Emptiness of the ‘Trump Is Not a Fascist’ Boast

This blog has already pointed out the narcissistic assurance of liberal commentators claiming to know in advance what’s going to happen, right after having the roof fall in, last November 8th. Before us we have yet another example, one Kenneth … Continue reading

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Rose Marie Woods, Where are You Now; or, the Missing 28 Pages Unravel the Cover-Up

from the usual reliable sources: It would not be stretching the evidence to bluntly state that the suppressed 28 pages of the Joint Inquiry report on the 9/11 terrorist attacks places agents of the Saudi government at the epicenter of … Continue reading

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Chapter meeting of 12 July 2016

Brian Setzler, the President of the Cascadia Chapter of the Pacific Green Party of Oregon, sat down earlier this evening with Your Intrepid Reporter. The meeting took place at my request. I asked Brian whether he would would nominate me … Continue reading

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Dialectical Inversion Dictates: We Are Russia

I translate Russian professionally.  O.K.?  And man, is the United States these days an authoritarian tyranny in the guise of an elective republic. . !  Russia is our Future, Comrade!  Viva Ché!  Um . . Russia has come out of … Continue reading

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This is how the System Rejects Real Change

Michael hi this is Emma I am just writing to let you know that a motion has been made to be voted on by the SCC to expel you from the Pacific Green Party. What this would mean is that … Continue reading

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