Want to acidify the oceans faster? There’s a startup for that.

06. Januar 2022

Don’t worry, its all natu­ral. Also, could I inte­rest you in some healt­hy snack foods? Foun­der loo­ks depres­sed and has pre­fab respon­ses baked into her repertoire.

For­bes 30 under 30 young entre­pre­neurs hono­u­rees 2022. (Too long for a hashtag.)

PS: Wait for the “inclu­si­ve snacking” byline, it’s tha bomb.

The magic of orthodoxy

06. Januar 2022

Cur­te­sy to the bri­tish rag that is the Tele­graph, that almost was acqui­red by Sprin­ger a few years ago. Of cour­se in their “Off Script” seri­es that fea­tures frin­ge opi­ni­ons, to also give them some form of repre­sen­ta­ti­on wit­hin society.

In a 2020 inter­view with Toby Young, Kot­kin descri­bed the 1619 Pro­ject from the New York Times as an “intel­lec­tu­al fraud” based on a slan­ted and incom­ple­te ana­ly­sis of his­to­ri­cal data.[12] His latest book is The Com­ing of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Glo­bal Midd­le Class (Encoun­ter Books, 2020).[13]

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So the­re goes ano­t­her per­so­na non grata…

The magic of journalism

06. Januar 2022

Haven’t laughed so hard in a long time…

28. Dezember 2021

Thats after watching the movie. So watch it first. Or don’t. 😉

Dont worry, she’s an expert

23. Dezember 2021

Femi­nist’ for­eign poli­cy — what does that mean?

Anna­le­na Baer­bock is Germany’s first fema­le for­eign minis­ter. Accord­ing to the new government’s coali­ti­on agree­ment, she wants to pur­sue a “femi­nist for­eign poli­cy.” But opi­ni­ons dif­fer as to what that actual­ly means.

You mean for­eign poli­cy, the thing thats inten­tio­nal­ly deco­u­pled from per­so­nal egos, day to day poli­tics and socie­ties morals, becau­se other­wi­se it didnt turn out great?

How about we soak that in a con­cept that is inten­ded for morals based class war­fa­re, I mean betterment?

The first group seeks a peace­ful, uto­pian ver­si­on of for­eign poli­cy at all cos­ts; while the other is pri­ma­ri­ly con­cer­ned with get­ting more women into posi­ti­ons of power in public diplo­ma­cy, the mili­ta­ry and civil society.

What could go wrong?

Femi­nism tri­es to smash struc­tures that rely on vio­lence,” she told DW. She cites the fight against ter­ro­rism as one examp­le: 90% of ter­ro­rists ope­ra­ting world­wi­de are men.

Sor­ry I asked… Won’t ask again.

So is this real­ly how you’d have a lea­ding coun­try in the EU ope­ra­te in the fol­lowing years?

The con­cern is that the chan­cel­le­ry will con­ti­nue to take care of the “big play­ers” like the United Sta­tes, Chi­na, Fran­ce, the EU and Rus­sia, while lea­ving smal­ler fish to the For­eign Ministry.

She cri­ti­ci­zed for­mer For­eign Minis­ter Hei­ko Maas for allowing hims­elf to be, as she put it, “demo­ted” in this way. She hopes that Anna­le­na Baer­bock will bring more strength to the For­eign Minis­try, and not just hand ever­ything over to the chancellery.

Masal­la, howe­ver, does not think this will hap­pen, and pre­dicts that the chan­cel­le­ry will con­ti­nue to focus on the “big play­ers.” He belie­ves that the old divi­si­on of labor will con­ti­nue under the new government, and that Anna­le­na Baer­bock will sim­ply have to get used to it.

Ah, it’s all in the details, isn’t it?

Peace­ful, uto­pian ver­si­on of for­eign poli­cy” is main­ly for the smal­ler coun­tries I presume.

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