Tag: William Butler Yeats

The Great Reset: An Ancient Faith Continuously Renamed

The Great Reset: An Ancient Faith Continuously Renamed

May 2, 2021 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: . The welfare of humanity is always the alibi of tyrants. - Albert Camus . Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities. - Voltaire . The writings of antiquity claim Mankind’s desire to unite the world began six millennia ago on the plains … Continue reading The Great Reset: An Ancient Faith Continuously Renamed

The Grand Inevitability of Unavoidable Endings

The Grand Inevitability of Unavoidable Endings

December 3, 2020 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: It is true people are known by their actions. We are what we do. Or, more specifically, we are what we do and not what we say we’ll do. Actions speak louder than words.  It means if the swamp were to be truly drained, there would have been … Continue reading The Grand Inevitability of Unavoidable Endings

Cruel to be Kind, in the Wrong Measure

Cruel to be Kind, in the Wrong Measure

August 8, 2016 by Uncola:  For years now, we have seen political correctness pervade into every facet of our existence. Ostensibly, being presented as “kindness”, it has now progressed into full frontal attacks daily on our First Amendment rights here in the U.S. and the complete abandonment of common sense throughout Europe. In the workplace … Continue reading Cruel to be Kind, in the Wrong Measure