How are things going with you lately? I sincerely hope this message finds you well.
Personally, I have been working on personal matters and devoting my blog to economics-related news over the past month. Added a few non-economics posts here and there to keep things interesting. Let’s just say that the mainstream media is not the most well-informed or well-intentioned when it comes to journalist coverage of economic events. But whenever I begin to read between the lines, I started developing my own conclusions with the ARPLAN Blog in mind. I swear, “Interest Slavery” is swiftly becoming intertwined with “Debt Slavery,” now that the sovereign debts of whole nations are causing their Interest Rates to rise alongside Inflation Rates.
Since there appears to be no new news for economics, aside from the possibility of a looming Recession sometime later this year or next year, I felt that I should focus on other topics. The non-economics posts that I had written on my blog were as much insightful as they were brilliant.
There was this long essay where a Marxist conducted a class analysis of Kapital from an Occult angle. His conclusions about the metaphysics of Kapital were so spot on that they reinforced the conclusions I had made about the concept in “The Work-Standard.” Basically, Kapital enforces both Interest Slavery and Debt Slavery through a command and control mechanism that self-perpetuates itself in a feedback loop spanning the entire world. Even though my analysis went into the more nuanced technical details, I think the Marxist essayist did a perfect summarization nonetheless, so I thought I would share it with you here.
The essay called “Marx on Capital as a Real God”: https://ianwrightsite.wordpress.com/2020/09/03/marx-on-capital-as-a-real-god-2/
Another pertains to my reading of Oswald Spengler’s essay on the German National Character. I found his work to still be relevant in today’s geopolitical climate, especially with regard to Germany (or should I say “West Germany?”). His descriptions of the German people do remind me of Rudolf Jung’s own descriptions in “Der nationale Sozialismus.”
But arguably the most important and relevant of all was the need for what I have described as Digital Sovereignty. It is, in short, the idea that national sovereignty exists online as well as offline. The digital life of any people deserves to be interpreted as an extension of their physical life, where there exists a fine line between their national Intranet and the international Internet. The Internet as it stands is a nationless, borderless, cosmopolitan reflection of the Liberal Capitalist ideology which predominates offline. I know that China and Russia have been arguing for the concept over the past several years now, but I have yet to find proper works discussing the matter from our own line of politics.
One of the topics I have in mind are related to other fields such as philosophy, politics, psychology or technology. I still have yet to figure out which area I will be delving into first, but whichever I may be, I will certainly have sometime ready by tomorrow.
Other than that, I am looking forward to hearing from you again soon. If I have time, I might share with you other aspects of my research which dovetails with your own in another follow up post.