Posts Tagged ‘Culture’

Jordan Peterson: The Truth About Cancel Culture

Jordan Peterson: The Truth About Cancel Culture Published on July 20, 2022 Written by PSI Editor Dr. Jordan Peterson sits down for a second time with Frosti Logason in Iceland to discuss his rise to fame, his own net worth, the insanity of Twitter, cancel culture, reputation derogation, and the future of psychology. In this […]

Pop-culture fans return to San Diego for Comic-Con International.

The pop-cultural extravaganza that is Comic-Con International is back after a two-year absence due to covid. Source

Mom Forgives Illegal Who Brutally Raped Her 10yo Daughter: ‘Don’t Shame His Culture’

The mother of the 10-year-old Ohio girl who was brutally raped by an illegal alien says she has forgiven her daughter’s attacker and claims it was all just one big cultural misunderstanding. According to the […] The post Mom Forgives Illegal Who Brutally Raped Her 10yo Daughter: ‘Don’t Shame His Culture’ appeared first on News […]

Russian culture in Georgia: Residents angry about presence of music in capital

Some residents in Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, are angry that they still hear Russian music throughout its streets. Source

Grave Robbers Return Przeworsk Culture Burial Goods in the Ukraine

An extraordinary incident has helped archaeologists in Ukraine gain fresh insights into how Celtic culture influenced development in the lands of their country more than 2,000 years ago. Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

Pope Francis, Nancy Pelosi & the Tyrannical Culture of Death (video)

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World’s Most ‘Dangerous’ Anthropologist Of Aryan Culture Dumped By Followers After He Is Outed As Jewish

(The Jewish Chronicle) It turns out that Robert Sepehr, the popular self-styled historian and anthropologist on YouTube, who promotes the idea that most — if not all — advanced civilizations across the globe were founded by Aryans, has been ostracized by some of his followers after his own Jewish ancestry came to light: Robert Sepehr […]

Pre-Hispanic Aztatlán Culture Evidence Found Under Mexican Urban Sprawl

Workers carrying out paving and infrastructure work in Mexico’s southern port city of Maztalan stumbled upon ancient human remains from a pre-Hispanic Aztatlán culture settlement.  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

The Mysterious House-Burning of the Forgotten Cucuteni-Trypillian Culture

The discovery of ancient cultures, and artifacts related to those cultures, often brings for new and surprising information about how our ancient ancestors once lived. Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Europe Unexplained Phenomena History Ancient Traditions Read Later 

Japanese Culture Is Dying

Materialistic society is dying, except for communism, which lives in the minds of the vengeful.     Young Japanese are disappearing by the Thousands Vanishing without a trace | Undercover Asia | Full Episode – YouTube   Young Japanese are not reproducing. Living Lonely and Loveless in Japan | Foreign Correspondent – YouTube   Stay […]

Behind the Façade: Abortion Culture Is a Transhumanist Death Cult

Regarding its legality vis a vis the recent SCOTUS controversy, the issue isn’t that abortion is morally correct, or even ambiguous. From a jurisprudence perspective, it’s that government enforcement mechanisms would by necessity be invasive and draconian. Social enforcement mechanisms offer a more effective alternative to legal ones, which includes stigmatizing abortion culture for what it is: […]

‘996 Culture:’ Former TikTok Employees Describe ‘Crushing’ China-Style Work Culture

Former TikTok employees are criticizing the Chinese-owned company stating that they experienced an intense culture of overwork, unrealistic productivity expectations, and secrecy surrounding salaries. Among the former workers’ complaints is the company’s enforcement of “996 culture,” a management style common in China in which employees are expected to work from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. […]

Iklaina: Perhaps the First City State of Mycenaean Culture

Recent excavations at Iklaina, hitherto believed to be a sleepy historic village on the Peloponnesian Peninsula, have challenged the established chronology of state formation in Greece.  Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Europe History Important Events Read Later 

Aurignacians: The First Artistic Culture?

Since the evolution of Homo sapiens approximately 1.8 million years ago, humans have advanced in many aspects of life, especially art. According to historians, the earliest record of humans engaging in the creation  Read more Section:  News History Ancient Traditions Read Later 

Nolte: Get Woke, Go Broke — 7 Big Names in Pop Culture Burst the Left’s Bubble This Week

There is no greater threat to the Democrat Party than an open rebellion among their own high-profile elites, but that might be what we’re seeing.

Destroy a Culture’s History & Rewrite a FAKE History. Isn’t That What’s Going on Now?

Disney Has Lost $34 Billion In Value Since Embarking On Culture War With Florida

Disney’s market cap has shrunk by nearly $34 billion since the company expressed its full-throated opposition to a Florida law banning instruction of gender identity and sexual orientation in public schools for kindergarten through third grade.

Cancel Culture Champion Ethan Klein Gets Canceled by Sponsors Over ‘Anti-Gay’ Jokes

Klein canceled Jordan Peterson earlier this year and pushed back against criticism by insisting cancel culture was a good thing.

Why the US culture of colonial extraction is making people sick and destroying the planet

This article was produced by Local Peace Economy, a project of the Independent Media Institute. April M. Short is an editor, journalist and documentary editor and producer. She is a writing fellow at Local Peace Economy, a project of the Independent Media Institute. Previously, she served as a managing editor at AlterNet as well as […]

The Maykop: Lost Bronze Age Culture of the Exotic Caucasus Region

In 1897, Professor Nikolay Veselovsky, a Russian archaeologist and orientalist, specializing in the history and archaeology of Central Asia, uncovered one of the greatest archaeological finds  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News Ancient Places Asia Read Later  Source

Confronting “Hasbara Culture” with Yakov Hirsch

In this episode we have a conversation with Phil Weiss and Yakov Hirsch about the cultural sources of pro-Israel movements in American politics. For several years now Hirsch has examined what he calls “hasbara culture” — the ways that a discourse of Jewish victimhood has conquered Jewish, Israeli, and even American political culture. Hirsch explains […]

CPAC 2022—no war, but the culture war

Image Credit: Zach D. Roberts Every year the who’s who of the “real” conservative America meets at the Conservative Political Action Conference organized by the American Conservative Union. Over the Trump administration, the faces of CPAC have changed from a more traditional conservative (tax cuts, pro-corporation) to an odd mixture of libertarian isolationism and cultural […]

Caitlyn Jenner Slams Woke Culture Says Allowing Trans Women In Female Sport Is ‘Just Not Fair’

Transgender celebrity Caitlyn Jenner has offered a dose of common sense. Slamming woke culture Jenner claimed that “allowing trans women like swimmer Lia Thomas in female sport is ‘just not fair’” and that and “everyone needs to calm down” about Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling. BYPASS THE CENSORS Sign up to get unfiltered news delivered […]

Advanced Human Culture Dating Back 40,000 Years Found in China

A new study published in the journal Nature by an international team of archaeologists has provided fascinating new insights into hunter-gatherer lifestyles 40,000 years ago in north China, and Homo sapiens expansion out of Africa. Archaeological excavations at the site of Xiamabei in the Nihewan Basin of northern China have revealed the presence of inventions, […]

Advanced Human Culture Dating Back 40,000 Years Found in China

A new study published in the journal Nature by an international team of archaeologists has provided fascinating new insights into hunter-gatherer lifestyles 40,000 years ago in north China, and Homo sapiens expansion out of Africa. Archaeological excavations at the site of Xiamabei in the Nihewan Basin of northern China have revealed the presence of inventions, […]

The Age of Intolerance: Cancel Culture’s War on Free Speech

“Political correctness is fascism pretending to be manners.” — George Carlin Cancel culture — political correctness amped up on steroids, the self-righteousness of a narcissistic age, and a mass-marketed pseudo-morality that is little more than fascism disguised as tolerance — has shifted us into an Age of Intolerance, policed by techno-censors, social media bullies, and […]

Antipodes Greek Culture Festival in Melbourne Postponed

The Lonsdale Street Greek Music Festival has been postponed. Credit: Greek Centre For the second year in a row, the Antipodes Festival/Lonsdale St Greek Festival has been postponed due to the pandemic. The Festival was scheduled for 5 and 6 March. Traditionally taking place in the historic Lonsdale St Greek Precinct it is Melbourne’s largest […]

Wari Culture Used Alcohol and Drugs to Maintain Political Control

An altered state of consciousness to rule an ancient empire? Not a plot of a television series or a fantasy novella, but a page out of the fascinating book that is human history. A new study published in Cambridge University Press’ Antiquity journal details how leaders of the Wari culture, and the Inca leadership (who […]

UK Culture Secretary boasts about shadowy “anti-disinformation” unit; “daily we have contact with the online providers”

The UK Government’s “disinformation” unit is “working,” the Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries said, after she was challenged by the Labour party who said the shadowy unit shut down last year. In the UK, both the Conservative and Labour governments support more online censorship. “It’s not the case, it’s not true; it is there, it is […]

Ancient Crystals and Gemstones in Culture and Myth: Magical Malachite

Crystals and gemstones have been a part of ancient cultures for millennia. They were and continue to be used as decoration and to preserve the memories of those who have passed on. Malachite is one such stone that was treasured in civilizations from Egypt to China because it could be carved into beautiful ornaments, used […]

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