Saturday at 2pm EDT - Manhattan Project with Guest Harley Schlanger

A Tale of Two Universes: Post-Conference Evaluation of COP 26 and
The Schiller Institute’s “Immortal Species” Symposium

Was last night’s eclipse of the Moon Nature’s way of characterizing the monumental failure of the lunatics gathered at the recently-deceased COP 26 Conference?

As that concluded, the Schiller Institute instantly responded to and rejected the Glasgow gathering’s depraved indifference to humanity, as well as its pseudo-scientific lunacy, with a two-day conference on the theme: “Mankind Must Be The Immortal Species!” Four committees and a new campaign entitled “Operation Ibn Sina” were announced, the result of that conference’s two-day deliberations. To discuss the two alternate universes of proposed policies and actions represented by these conferences, as well as the rapidly changing  international context expressed in the many discussions this past week involving world leaders, Harley Schlanger will begin with an overview, followed by other contributions.  

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  • Richard Burden
    commented 2021-11-20 15:22:07 -0500
    Frederick Engels had to admit that Thomas Malthus’ doctrine was barbaric. But British imperialists have found ways to make it more presentable, which Marxists have accepted, because Karl Marx himself and Frederick Engels believed in dialectical materialism, the idea that material conditions determine the course of history. That’s a terrible lie! Every human has a free will. Humans are different from animals not only in that they innovate, changing their relationship to the natural world, but that each such change is a conscious, willful act, done by an individual human being. A government that denies this is dangerous, and will tend toward despotism, wrongly believing that all human behavior can, or should be, controlled for the public benefit, or the benefit of the state.
  • Anastasia Battle
    published this page in Leading Developments 2021-11-19 12:44:34 -0500