In this video, I will look at fallacies of reasoning related to cause and effect and then look at a few recent news stories and political announcements and see if the creators have the slightest idea how little weight should be given to their conclusions.

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L'Allegro and Il Penseroso are among Milton’s finest early poems. Companion poems were popular in the late 16th and early 17th century. I have already read L’Allegro and you can check that out and earlier videos. In this video I will read the companion, Il Penseroso. L’Allegro (which means "the happy man" in Italian) has from its first appearance been paired with the contrasting pastoral poem, Il Penseroso ("the melancholy man"), which depicts a similar day spent in contemplation and thought. Il Penseroso” simply cannot be read without “L’Allegro.” Just as in life, we cannot just choose pure action or pure contemplation. Do we join the revolution, the ruling government, and just lay back and think about events as they unfold?
Milton in life was Cromwell’s latin secretary and almost lost his head after the restauration. Likewise, we all have choice to act, join in whirlwind and counter forces that move the modern world or we can be cautious and await events…. Events may then pass us by or sweep us aside like a tornado….
Or perhaps you will be lucky like Cincinatus, and save Rome… and then retire to your farm and the pastoral life. Few of us will be so lucky.

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In this video, I set out the 10 common fallacies of logic, provide examples of how to avoid making them, then show you how the media uses fallacies of logic or reasoning to spread misinformation.

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Our rulers are like alchemists, trying to change society using methods, like alchemy, that are indirect, mysterious, remarkably deceptive, yet hopelessly ineffective. . We will look at how we appoint new judges to the Supreme Court, language laws and how our rulers use fallacies of reasoning to spread their messages.

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Parody Video. Looking at our Parliament through the voices of some of history's great lovers of the legislative body.

We look at Leaked SCOTUS decision Dobbs v. Jackson overturning Roe v. Wade and what it actually says and means. We also look at "constitutional right to and abortion" under the Canadian case of R. v Morgentaler

Dateline April 27, 2022. Bill 100 in Ontario, "No right to be heard", Idealistic laws get an F, Parliamentary democracy hits new lows and Quebec, a land without men.

Law is one of those institutions central to the moral, social and even spiritual nature of man, and yet throughout history, some our greatest thinkers and poets have asked, Is law even Necessary? Enlightened Despot, a jurist extra-ordinaire, looks to the classic text of Dennis Lloyd, "The Idea of Law" for some insights. Is law a repressive evil, as Plato or Marx thought, or is it a positive social necessity ... as thinkers from Seneca to modern times have contemplated... to counter man's inherent or acquired evil under control? Today you can ask if we have enough empirically evidence that taking the "lid off" social restraints has proved the pessimists about human nature right.

Law is one of those institutions central to the moral, social and even spiritual nature of man, and yet throughout history, some our greatest thinkers and poets have asked, Is law even Necessary? Enlightened Despot, a jurist extra-ordinaire, looks to the classic text of Dennis Lloyd, "The Idea of Law" for some insights. Is law a repressive evil, as Plato or Marx thought, or is it a positive social necessity ... as thinkers from Seneca to modern times have contemplated... to counter man's inherent or acquired evil under control? Today you can ask if we have enough empirically evidence that taking the "lid off" social restraints has proved the pessimists about human nature right.

Over the last two years, our governments have been busy bees. What better time than a health emergency and suspensions of civil liberties to sneak in laws to transform Western civilization and create Utopia! Radio Free Canada looks at some of the changes, and why you should be afraid... be very afraid.

The Canadian federal government declared a state of emergency to deal with the trucker blockades. This was effectively a declaration of martial law. To put the declaration into effect, it promulgated the Emergency Measures Regulation (SOR/2022-21). Radio Free Canada takes a close look at the regulation, which seems to be contemplating some truly remarkable consequences. Enlightened Despot asks, what was the state of mind or the motivation of the drafters of the regulation? What the heck were they thinking?

Canada is under martial law to save us from mostly peaceful protesters -- but Enlightened Despot is on the air, with a full status report on the Emergency Act and its implications.... Be Brave! #freedom #radiofreecanada #emergencycanada #martiallaw

Are health status mandates being used around the West to neutralize political opponents? Is the Right failing to use the creative power of myth in countering the Left? S*llner is an Austrian but not a painter. Further reading: Carl Schmitt, the Concept of the Political

Liberalism sows conflict, from class struggle, to racial, gender, religious conflict and now even conflict based on health status. There seems to be no cure. Syndicalism, the corporate state and working within the system have failed. Perhaps the answer is moral or in ourselves... perhaps the answer is in the power of myth.

The Prisoner is a 1967 British avant-garde social science fiction television series about an unnamed British intelligence agent who is abducted and imprisoned in a mysteriouis coastal village, where his captors try to find out why he abruptly resigned. The question for us is, are WE in the village?

The third installment of the Halloween series received terrible reviews, but has become a cult classic. John Carpenter broke the mold of the first two slasher films to create a tale of the witches' revenge, a plot by the Celtic Druids to pull off the biggest practical joke in the world ... on the children... using masks, television.... and consumerism. and of course the cooperation of mass media. The tale resonates in 2021, as the globalists seek a return to worship of mother Earth... But in doing so.... are they also playing a practical joke on us.... on the children.... will somebody pull the plug?

The Draughtsman's Contract is Director Peter Greenaway's first mainstream movie, released in 1982. Greenaway is the Director of the more well known Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover. This film review covers the director's career, filmography, the draughtsman's story, backstory, his cinematic philosophy, influences in painting and film and what the film tells us about our own times and perils to Western civilization.

"The Masque of the Red Death", originally published as "The Mask of the Red Death: A Fantasy", is an 1842 short story by American writer Edgar Allan Poe. The story follows Prince Prospero's attempts to avoid a dangerous plague, known as the Red Death, by hiding in his abbey. He, along with many other wealthy nobles, hosts a masquerade ball within seven rooms of the abbey, each decorated with a different color. In the midst of their revelry, a mysterious figure disguised as a Red Death victim enters and makes his way through each of the rooms. Prospero dies after confronting this stranger, whose "costume" proves to contain nothing tangible inside it; the guests also die in turn.

L'Allegro is a pastoral poem by John Milton published in his 1645 Poems. L'Allegro (which means "the happy man" in Italian) is invariably paired with the contrasting pastoral poem, Il Penseroso ("the melancholy man"), which depicts a similar day spent in contemplation and thought.

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