Manifesto for the Peoples of the Third Millennium describes an approach to long term social change that is deliberately slow, uncertain and, in some ways, conservative. Rather than concentrating on how to fool people or how to sieze power, it emphasized developing the intelligence of the people doing the changing. It favors starting slowly and growing, rather than concocting ideologies which demand that everything be changed all at once.
Utopia Links points to a few items of possible interest or importance to people interested in small scale collectivism, alternative societies, etc.
One would think that a proponent of any kind of collectivism would be opposed to "libertarianism." In a number of ways, I am, but the libertarians are so close to being right on so many issues that it would be a great shame to ignore them. ;) For example, an article on Lewrockwell.com by Claes G. Ryn ("Where in the World Are We Going?") is a short, profound statement on the differences between conservatives and Jacobins. Conservatives should read it. True progressives should read it. And, if you're a Jacobin, you should read it, too. Maybe you will come to your senses!
Solitude, Silence and Collectivism is a personal essay.
Consciousness, Abstraction and Time is a metaphysical/religious essay.
During the months building up to America's 2003 invasion of Iraq I felt that we were being lied to by the Bush administration. I am still of that opinion. There is a huge amount of information, opinion and analysis on the website Antiwar.com. I highly recommend it.
I also recommend the web site of the Center for Cooperative Research. They've produced a fascinating "time line" of the events of September 11, 2001. I believe their general approach to information collection, organization and analysis will become more and more significant over the months and years to come.
A White College Student's Guide to Political Activism discusses how White college students can participate in the reconstruction of White identity.
Affirmative Action and the Degradation of Academic Integrity is a detailed critique of a series of "empirical analyses" conducted by Professor Patricia Gurin to support the position of the University of Michigan in its admissions lawsuits.
The Triumph of Diversity is a satirical work.
Blue - A satiric, fictional reply to the abusive 'blue eyes/brown eyes' exercise devised by Jane Elliott.
Gurin v. Powell is a discussion of how the University of Michigan's concepts of "diversity" differ from those of Justice Louis Powell when he wrote his Bakke opinion.
Science vs. Politics A short hand-out criticizing Patricia Gurin's admissions lawsuit testimony.
Diversity Research Links has URLs for the sources I consulted in the above essays and also a few links of general interet to people researching the topics of affirmative action, "diversity," etc.
University of Michigan Sample Admission Essay is about the University of Michigan admissions process. It includes a political statement expressed in the form of a 'sample admission essay'.
Virtual Racism at the University of Michigan in the Winter of 1987 is an account of the 'anti-racist' activism on the Ann Arbor campus of the University of Michigan during the winter of 1987 that led the University to establish a goal of having the percentage of Black people in its student body equal to the percentage of Black people in the general population of the State of Michigan.
Remarks in Support of the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative is a short essay answering several objections made to the proposal.
Voice/Hand Motion Interface discusses ideas for different ways of interacting with computers.
Binary, Trinary and Quaternary Boolean Operators is an elementary treatment of these topics followed by a short section of advanced material which builds on the elementary ideas.
The Quicksort Explained is, I hope, an improvement on other explanations of the well known quicksort algorithm.
Little Endian Base 36 Sequence Numbers offers my perspective on yet another great issue of our times: file naming conventions!! ;)
For more of my writings, see my Web Log, Volume Four, Web Log, Volume Three, Web Log, Volume Two or Web Log, Volume One. I'm actively working on the White Future Web Log.
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