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Oct 21, 2021Liked by Matthew Ehret

Different topic. Yesterday (from USA) I browsed for a book from Carroll Quigley in German, to give as a gift to a friend. But starting with new link, after the opening page of “UNSER MITTELEUROPA” (Our Central Europe), everything was censored with fake links (I wasn’t looking for what Mark Zuckenburg thinks about something), pictures and videos completely blocked. Same when I used Duckduckgo. "UNSER MITTELEUROPA" yesterday gave a summary report on Libya war from 2011. And the editorial office gave a link to a free book from Muhammad Al Gadhafi. Most posible are somewhere copies in English the same. This link is for a book in German. I started reading, and Gadhafi talks about conflicts in the family, between countries, about parliamentary democracy which is bad etc .. Now I know why the Red Mundiri (Lobster backs?) Wanted to get rid of him. He was actually good for people there.

http://thegreenbook.eu/dasgruenebuch.pdf

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Oct 20, 2021Liked by Matthew Ehret

Although I agree with Matt's general assessment of Jesuit intrigues in Canada and elsewhere, there is another side to the Jesuit coin that has had a much more positive impact on society. The Mondragon Cooperative was founded by a Jesuit priest( Jose Maria Arizmendiarieta) in 1955 and remains the largest and most successful cooperative enterprise to date. I personally attended a 5day seminar in Mondragon in 2016 and came away much impressed by its efficiency and community solidarity. It seems economist Richard Wolff was also impressed as he explains here: https://www.reddit.com/r/Market_Socialist/comments/oqocpa/richard_wolff_on_the_mondragon_cooperatives/

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Oct 20, 2021Liked by Matthew Ehret

The three parts are like reading a riveting non-fiction novel. As an aside my mother was at an Anglican convent in Kimberley, South Africa. She described it as evil. It was donated to the nuns by Rhodes. By a twist of fate a group of them discovered a love letter written by Rhodes - to a man. It was stashed in the chimney of a fireplace. On fear of discovery - they burnt the letter.

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Oct 20, 2021Liked by Matthew Ehret

The three parts are like reading a riveting non-fiction novel. As an aside my mother was at an Anglican convent in Kimberley, South Africa. She described it as evil. It was donated to the nuns by Rhodes. By a twist of fate a group of them discovered a love letter written by Rhodes - to a man. It was stashed in the chimney of a fireplace. On fear of discovery - they burnt the letter.

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