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Anyone who supports either the Big Lie or the 6 January Insurrection false flag theory are clearly anti-democratic. It is clear that the goal is to create this single-party pseudo-democratic minority-rule autocracy that will quickly and efficiently transfer the nation’s wealth to the one percent, all them to intimidate all rivals, and duke it out with China as they divvy up the remainder of the world’s natural resources.
Reading time: 5 minutes
Okay, it’s a five minute ranting screed on why we’re so fucked and the Ol’ Pussy Grabber’s America is just a hopeless mess that we ought to mercy euthanize with democracy and the Constitution.
Of course, I’m talking groupthink AGAIN and lamenting why no one else will say it with me.
Is the very model of a very stable genius an unstable influencer? A leadership style that relies on strong-arm tactics, intimidation, humiliation, and name calling is inherently unstable. The leader is not respected by peers, followers, or subordinates.
Being a woman and a candidate for major office is fraught with difficulties. Expectations, perceptions, and judgments are all very different for women than men. Elizabeth Warren may have some advantages that the other women for the Dem nomination don’t have.
Are you afraid that Trump will win AGAIN in 2020? Are you afraid that a female candidate can’t beat him? Do you scratch your ass and wonder where white male Republican privilege comes from? Well, the answer is the same for all of these questions: ANGER!
As unbelievable as it may seem, the pro-impeachment bunch is still a minority! Go figure! Ye Olde Blogge reminds us that the four factors of minority influence if deftly applied can change all of that.
Not only should 26 February be designated Trayvon Martin Day, a day for remembering all that the police have wrongfully taken from us, but also a day to celebrate family, friends, and life.
Could conservatives resent being PC because it requires them to limit their behavior and perhaps even change?
A short post in which I use minority influence to argue that it is time for Sanders to be flexible and seek compromise and stop trying to tear down Clinton and the DNC.
With Donald Trump assuming the Republican nomination for presidency, many GOP politicians who once opposed him, are now, if not endorsing, at least supporting him. This post takes a look inside the cognitive gyrations necessary to accomplish this feat.
In response to criticism directed at Pres. Obama for suggesting that BLM activists should be willing to compromise, I take us through minority influence and apply the principles to several current social movements.
We all have argued with people on the other side of the political or ideological divide. Typically, to no avail. This post explores the strategies that research suggests may be successful… if it is at all possible.