Philanthropaths and Their Humanist Shields
The Kunlangeta Part XIV
It is unusual that I would post and offer no analysis of my own. This case is exceptional.
Over at Margaret Anna Alice Through the Looking Glass is an important exploration of the Kunlangeta who, like John D. Rockefeller, use philanthropy as a sort of humanist shield.
I enjoy both the selection of quotations and the sprinkling of music throughout to evoke the requisite imagery.
Yuval Noah Harari is one of my least favorite intellectuals ever. It's unclear why he would be chosen as a major public intellectual except that he appears to be hand-selected by the Kunlangeta to justify their asymmetric data tyranny and the psychological warfare that inevitably comes with it. Thankfully, he is becoming transparent to more and more people.
Thank you for this tremendous honor, Mathew, as well as for helping me viralize the concept of “philanthropath”!
The tax advantages that the non-profits receive are preposterous. A large part of the rich shielding their wealth is involved in these.