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One Year After Trump’s Election, Revisiting “Autocracy: Rules for Survival” | The New Yorker
Masha Gessen reconsiders her suggestions for surviving the Trump years (which ran in NYRB immediately after the elections)
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15 days ago by jbushnell
Who Is Reality Winner?
[Leaded evidence of Russian interference in an American election.] ... the first person to be charged under the Espionage Act during the Trump administration ...

[After arrest in June(?) 2017] “I feel like I’m being a diva,” she said, “like there are freakin’ Syrian refugees that have nothing but still go from one day to the next.”

This is perhaps the most surprising thing about the story of Airman Reality Winner, linguist, intelligence specialist, a woman who spent years of her life dropping in on conversations among people this country considers potential enemies: It did not occur to her, in a moment of crisis, that someone might be listening.

[Case expected to come to trial in March 2018.]

New York Magazine | | dec 2017
totalitarianism  Reality_Winner  United_States  type-article 
25 days ago by tometaxu
Spiked -- A Year of Sexual Unfreedom by Ella Whelan
'...This idea that women were traditionally silent about abuse is bizarre. One wonders if the champions of #MeToo remember the Take Back The Night marches of the 1970s, or the Reclaim the Night marches in the early 2000s? What about the infamous Slut Walks, which began in Canada in 2011? Feminists seem to be suffering from historical amnesia. And feminists certainly haven’t been ‘silent’ about harassment and rape’ – it’s all they talk about. ‘MeToo is here to stay’, wrote one columnist. Yes, and it’s been around in one form or another for years. #MeToo and its very similar predecessor hashtags and movements, all devoted to exaggerating the problem of harassment and abuse and encouraging women to be scared, or at least concerned, capture how far feminism has lost its way. -- There is so much to criticise about the #MeToo fanaticism and the feminism that produced it. First, it denigrates the seriousness of rape by lumping together everything from catcalling to serious sexual violence on a ‘spectrum’ of abuse. It is damaging justice, too, by claiming that all allegations of sexual abuse must be believed, even before a proper investigation has been carried out. It demeans women, by claiming we’re all silent victims who are unable to speak out without the help of a hashtag. It demeans men by insinuating they are rapists in waiting, or at least a problem for womankind. -- But perhaps the most damaging aspect of this drawn-out obsession with sexual harassment is what it is doing to sex and relationships. Behind the salacious drama of call-out culture on Twitter, sexual consent classes on campus, workplace propriety and intensified sex education in schools, there lurks an instinct to problematise and rein in sexual freedom. Feminists demand that Something Must Be Done about sexual harassment, and the response, from the state, civil society and campaign groups, is greater policing of sex and relationships. -- So we now live in a world where complimenting someone can be construed as sexual misconduct. Primary schools teach children how to be sure that holding hands is consensual. At some universities, students, who are all at least 18 years old, are sent for mandatory classes on the proper way to have sex. Officer workers are told to refrain from copping off with each other at the Christmas do – you could lose your job for a drunken smooch. -- In the past, feminists fought for the authorities to get out of women’s lives, including their sex lives. Now they actively call for sex to be monitored. #MeToo has nothing to do with stopping rape and sexual violence – it’s better seen as an expression of suspicion towards sexual desire, towards that once unpoliced, experimental area of life in which people meet and flirt. This is why even touched knees, romantic letters, hands around waists and other acts of flirting have become part of the #MeToo hysteria.'
feminism  victimhood  threatnarrative  sexcrime  infantilization  illiberalism  fundamentalism  totalitarianism 
25 days ago by adamcrowe
Roger Cohen on Trump and the Erosion of American Greatness - SPIEGEL ONLINE
"To refuse the obligations of international leadership and our duty to remain 'the last best hope of earth' for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems is as unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma of the past that Americans consigned to the ash heap of history.
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9 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Why the world is so naive about China dictatorship?
Why « Free World » is so naive about China dictatorship?
Money and Profit craving cannot explain all.
Stupidity ?

-- @Tenam108
Twitter | | 4 nov 2017

for hundreds, thousands of years China
makes promises and breaks them, makes
treaties and breaks them. And still the
next time around, people go, oh this is
good, this will work.

I think it is: Power. If we can't have power,
we will honour it and protect it in the
one who does have power. Power addicting,
power corrupting.

-- tmx, 5 nov 2017
China  human-rights  humans  power  society  totalitarianism  type-tweet 
10 weeks ago by tometaxu
'Web cleansing': China's Xinjiang residents forced to install surveillance apps on their mobile phones | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP
Jingwang is a protection service with an adult and child categorization system introduced by Jiangsu Telecom. The main function is to block pornographic websites, online scams, trojan horses, and phishing sites; to alert users of how much time they spend online; and to enable remote control of one’s home network. The tool is intended to help kids develop a healthy lifestyle by building a safe web filter for the minors.
Terrifying double-speak for surveillance software t...
china  surveillance  privacy  security  web  totalitarianism 
10 weeks ago by npdoty
This Is What A 21st-Century Police State Really Looks Like
All of these things are terrifying. Of particular interest to me was the "web cleansing" software that you can be forced to install on your phone.
surveillance  china  privacy  web  internet  totalitarianism 
10 weeks ago by npdoty
Quillette --- Get On the Bus or Get Under It: Shouting Down Free Speech at Rutgers by J. Oliver Conroy
'...The protesters were particularly antagonized by Foster’s contention that police violence against African-Americans has been statistically exaggerated. When he started explaining the methodological research behind his claim, the audience exploded. “Facts?! Facts?! Don’t tell me about facts!” one person screamed. Foster tried to finish as five or six people shouted at him. “Do facts matter?” Foster asked, and repeated it several times in mounting frustration. “Do facts matter? Do facts—” -- The resounding, devastating answer was no, facts do not matter. One of the things that struck me over and over was the protesters’ complete intolerance of complexity. Despite intersectionality’s roots in academic theory, the politics of the intersectional Left are deeply anti-intellectual. It’s not just that many intersectional activists seem to have no capacity for nuance; they fear and hate it, because they hate anything with the potential to complicate their narrative. Things are right or wrong; you’re with us or against us. Human beings, rather than complex agents with independent motivations and intellects, are nothing more than the sum total of their identities. Get on the bus or get under it. -- As I listened to a middle-aged white woman (a faculty member) berate the panelists about structural oppression, and then a young male student, in a badly-conceived attempt to regain argument footing, launch into a disjointed rant about capitalism, I thought of the famous observation attributed to Reinhold Niebuhr: “Frantic orthodoxy is never rooted in faith but in doubt. It is when we are unsure that we are doubly sure.” -- I’m not the first to notice that intersectionality has less in common with an academic school or political movement than a religion. It is a fundamentalist religion, with no tolerance for ambiguity and, like any newly founded religion, it is insecure. People who disagree are blasphemers; people who change their minds are heretics; and the true believer cannot ever rest knowing that out there – somewhere, anywhere – are people who think differently. They must be converted, or destroyed. -- ... Not by coincidence did a postwar generation of ex-communists, searching for a way to describe their catastrophic disillusionment, call communism “the God that failed.” For many Left activists, intersectionality functions like the Marxist dialectic did for earlier radicals: not only as political prescription but as all-encompassing, all-explaining theory. Like Marxism in its more vulgar forms, intersectionality is highly deterministic, with no allowance for individual human agency; and, like Marxism, intersectionality takes a rather cynical view of society, which it believes is simply a giant web of power relations. -- Instead of class consciousness, intersectionality takes racial and sexual/gender identity as its chief conceptual categories. (Social class is technically one of intersectionality’s areas of concern but in six years around college campuses I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve heard an intersectional leftist raise that rather uncomfortable topic. To do so would require acknowledging the single, unspoken privilege that most campus activists have in common.) Instead of economic inequality, intersectionality’s great, amorphous foe is “structural oppression”; instead of class struggle, intersectionality is concerned with battling “power differentials.” -- Like most theories that claim to explain everything, intersectionality quickly turns out to explain almost nothing. The presumption that a person’s politics and worldview are determined by their race or gender or sexuality is both insulting and easily shown to be untrue, which is why leftist activists tend to react with confusion or hostility when they meet a black libertarian or a gay conservative or anyone who doesn’t think of their racial or sexual affiliations as the defining aspect of their humanity. -- ... If every messy and intractable problem in society can be blamed on abstract, single-causal phenomena – “white supremacy,” “structural oppression,” “patriarchal heterosexism” – there is no motivation to master the technical complexity of public policy, or build electorally viable political platforms, or to entertain alternative theories of – and potential solutions to – inequality. Still less to engage with those who disagree. Why bother, when the problem is simply that people need to change? “One can invent a narrative that makes the people who disagree with you the most despicable human beings on earth,” Foster said at one point. “That doesn’t make that narrative true.”'
victimhood  marxism  illiberalism  blackwhite  authoritarianism  totalitarianism  threatnarrative  joycamp 
10 weeks ago by adamcrowe
Anonymous Conservative -- China Enacts Creepy Trust Rating To Bring Population In Line
Governments Are Turning Citizen Obedience Into a Game -- 'Mixing your social media score with more objective measures like credit ratings and criminal convictions is slick, especially in an Asian society, where social metrics are given increased importance. Making your bad score affect your friend’s scores, so they will shun you if your score drops is brilliance. -- We are entering a period where the levers of cognitive control are more scientifically understood and better manipulated. If China hits a period where internal stresses threaten the leaders, don’t be surprised if they make a conscious decision to take the nation to war and thin out their troublesome young single male population. If that happens, don’t be surprised if they manage to do it effortlessly. -- The Apocalypse has a lot of very dangerous paths it could travel down. Given the degree of leveraging, and the extent of r-selection we have endured, this promises to be a wild ride.'
china  statism  communism  totalitarianism  surveillence  equiveillance  anonequiveillance  panopticon  bigbrother  facecrime  snitching  smartmobs  dumbmobs  reputation  shamingtactics  socialengineering  thegamingofeverydaylife 
10 weeks ago by adamcrowe
Anonymous Conservative -- Britain Can Now Imprison You For Mean Tweets Against Migration
'...The laws and principles we were all taught are designed to sacrifice short term expediency for the individual in favor of long term stability for the group. It would be expedient for each of us to be able to walk into a bank, pull a gun, and demand $10,000, so you could hit Vegas and have a ball. But long term a society which allows that would collapse into anarchy. -- So we agree to the restrictions preventing that, and tolerate our short term inability to fund a lavish lifestyle so our society can thrive. Likewise, it would be expedient to be able to have government attack anyone we disagreed with, but in time that could lead to government attacking us. So we all agree that we will allow anyone to say anything, and while listening to unpleasant speech is unpleasant, that freedom of speech will eventually protect our own freedom and produce a more stable society. -- Clearly that is the mechanism of a society with functional amygdalae, focused on the future. As amygdalae break down, there is a rise of the neurotics, and the neurotics begin to require that every minor amygdala trigger they see be immediately eradicated by government, regardless of long term implications. That is where we are. The rabbits of society are making the final stab at forcing r-selection as the K-shift begins. As a result long held principles we all agreed upon are out the window as rabbits just try to make things momentarily tolerable for their their myriad of mental defects. -- The problem is there is no solution for this, other than the rabbits either having their amygdalae recalibrated by horror, or being culled by Darwinian selection. There is no magic solution where freedom returns painlessly, and everyone moves forward again, sane and happy. Whether you look at history or you look at the mechanism, horrific unpleasantness is the next step in the cycle. They need to have their psychologies Kified by harshness or they need to be removed, or what we are seeing is just the beginning of what is to come. -- The alternative to those horrors is a descent into a bizarre, dystopian future where an SJW Queen of Hearts cries “Verdict first, trial later!,” while calling for people’s heads because of a tweet. -- There are only two possibilities for the next phase of the cycle, and both will be horrific when they come. Pray for one which spares us and sacrifices the leftists, and console yourself that there are no other options.'
rkselectiontheory  faggotry  illiberalism  totalitarianism  miniluv  facecrime  joycamp  1984 
11 weeks ago by adamcrowe
Paul Craig Roberts -- The American Left: RIP
'...The American leftwing has been transmogrified. The left, which formerly stood for “peace and bread,” today stands for Identity Politics and war. The working class has been redefined as “the Trump deplorables” and splintered into separate “victim groups”—women, racial minorities, homosexuals, transgendered. The oppressors are no longer oligarchs who own the means of production. The oppressor is the sexist, misogynist, homophobic, heterosexual, fascist, white supremacist male working class. -- The rise of Identity Politics has brought with it politically controlled speech. Primarily white people, especially heterosexual white males, are subject to this control. The limits on their free speech are growing ever more severe, and no one has to be concerned about white heterosexual males being offended by offensive or threatening speech. White males can be called anything and they are. -- By splintering the working class into victim groups, Identity Politics has made opposition to war and income inequality impossible. In place of unity, Identity Politics has dismembered the working class and directed its energies into internal disputes. We now have fistfights in London’s Hyde Park between radical feminists and transgendered activists. -- Diana Johnstone has shown how Antifa, the violent arm of Identity Politics, has turned the leftwing into a suppressor of free speech and a supporter of war. See and -- A splintered society cannot recognize or resist its oppression by a ruling elite. Feminism turns wives and husbands from complements into rivals. Indeed, Sarah Knapton, science editor for the London Telegraph, reports on the rise of “bromance,” strong emotional relationships between heterosexual men. Feminist attacks on men and political correctness have reduced millennial heterosexual males’ relationships with women to sex only. Their emotional commitments are to their male friends. This doesn’t seem like a victory for women. -- The cultivated hyper-sensitivity of political correctness, which arises from Identity Politics, is destroying language, history, and free speech. The UK government opposes the term “pregnant woman” because it excludes and offends transgender people. -- The British Medical Association has issued guidelines that doctors should not use the word “mother” to refer to a pregnant woman as the term could offend transgender people. Instead, the term “pregnant people” should be used. This has led to more conflict between feminists and the transgendered. Feminists see it as a plot to make “women” unmentionable. British National Health Service doctors are no longer to use the term “expectant mother” because it is “non-inclusive.” -- Identity Politics, together with the rising American police state, have just about destroyed the First Amendment. A professor at one of America’s research universities told me that he was dressed down by a dean because he used the word “girls” in class and a woman was offended. Google fired one of its senior software engineers because he wrote a memo that men and women have different traits that make them suitable for different kinds of jobs. This statement of ordinary common sense got the engineer fired for “gender stereotyping.” -- Economic commentator Marc Faber was removed from the board of the investment company, Sprott, and banned from CNBC and the Fox Business Network for expressing his views against monument removal and that white Americans have done a better job of building an economy than black Zimbabwe. -- Free speech is not supposed to be limited to words that give no offense to anyone. What this definition of free speech does is to eliminate all criticism of wrong or criminal activity and all dissent against war, police brutality, and political, social, and economic programs. In other words, political correctness silences a population. Silencing is permitted regardless of whether the “offensive” statement is true or false. Just expressing a truth, as the Google engineer did, can destroy a person’s career. There is no freedom in such a system. As George Orwell said, “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” -- Universities themselves, traditionally dependent on free speech, are now themselves banning free speech. Controversial speakers likely to offend some “victim group” are simply prevented from speaking at universities. For example, speakers in favor of multiculturalism are welcomed even though the speech might offend those who believe the US is a white Christian society, but a white supremacist, whose speech at the University of Florida could not be blocked, caused the Florida governor to declare a state of emergency. -- It seems simple enough that if a person doesn’t want to be offended by a speaker, don’t go to the speech. On the other hand, if a person wants to learn what the opposition is up to, why miss the chance? In the end, political correctness is about regulating what can be said and controlling explanations, not about protecting the hyper-sensitive from hurtful words. -- What Identity Politics and political correctness are doing is demonizing white people and heterosexual males. Only white people are racists. Only heterosexual males—essentially white gentile ones except for Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein—commit sexual violence. As David Rosen writes in CounterPunch, “Male sexual violence: as American as cherry pie.” -- Rosen defines sexual abuse as “a form of sexual terror, an all-American male sport” that is “as old as the country.” In other words, all or most American males practice sexual terror on women. We have reached the point where a wife who gets angry at her husband can accuse him of rape and have him imprisoned, a far departure from the days when husband and wife were legally regarded as one and neither could testify against the other. When the most intimate personal relationship is subject to outside intervention, how does marriage prosper? -- It doesn’t. According to the American Psychological Association, “about 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce. The divorce rate for subsequent marriages is even higher.” -- If husband and wife, mother and father, can’t stay together, how does society stay together? -- How does society stay together when Identity Politics teaches hate and inflames social divisiveness? -- How does society stay together when thugs claiming to be offended offend others by destroying historical monuments that are associated with the memory or identity of others? -- How does society stay together when its history is erased, its schools, streets, and public buildings are renamed? As George Orwell said, “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” The next monuments to be removed are those of the Founding Fathers, racists all who adopted a Constitution that permitted slavery, an inherited institution that they had no power to reform. -- In the United States history is being rewritten and language corrupted in order to foster hatred of white “oppressors,” especially white heterosexual males. -- Little wonder Russia responds diplomatically to Washington’s aggression. No need to reply in kind when an enemy is destroying itself.'
victimhood  illberalism  subversion  LYAHF  totalitarianism  newspeak  1984 
12 weeks ago by adamcrowe
Senior judge warns over 'shaming' impact of legal aid cuts | Law | The Guardian
Last year, Amnesty International said the cuts were far worse than anticipated and had created a “two-tier” system that denied the poorest people access to justice.
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october 2017 by asterisk2a
(3935) 35 Minutes on YouTube Demonetization - YouTube
Conservative corporate totalitarian times. Monopoly and monopsony. &! politics hit - - J&N, The Young Turks // 'anti-liberal democratic people democracy' policing content
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