People who live according to a falsified picture of the world sooner or later receive sharp blows….Richard M. Weaver
Here is an interview I did with Nevin Gussack earlier this week. We discussed my analysis of Chinese strategy vs. Taiwan and the United States, how Art Bell was instrumental in encouraging me 23 years ago, and we also discussed why capitalism seems to be failing in the West.
Part I of this Interview was Interrupted after less than four minutes. The continuation is in the next box below.
After technical glitch the Interview continues here –
It is, on the contrary, important to keep substance in life, for a man’s character emerges in the building and ordering of his house; it does not emerge in complaisance with state arrangement, and is likely to be totally effaced by communistic organization. Substance has a part in bringing out that distinction which we have admitted to be good; it is somehow instrumental in man’s probation.Richard M. Weaver
Quotations are taken from Weaver’s book, Ideas Have Consquences.
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