October 23, 2020

In this issue:

Gaslighting, Dogma & Dog Whistling: The darker side of darkness

Deacon’s Diner: Food for a restless mind

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My Thoughts

Rare are the great ideas; the most common are trivial, harmless, rather banal; not every idea a good one. There are, as we must surely recognize through common sense and exposure, an overabundance of bad ideas generated by the overwhelming mass of humanity[1] every day. Among those bad ideas far too many can be classified as highly infectious idea pathogens, according to Gad Saad, evolutionary psychologist. These bad ideas—cancel culture, erasing biology, and safe spaces, to name three, there are many more—can be likened to brain parasites, which take hold and often lead hosts to bizarre, self-damaging, and fatal behavior.  

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