The Lethality of Conviction in Vague Ideas (Convaguetion)

If you don’t care enough to think long and hard and research something, then you don’t care enough to die on that hill for that stance or idea. Blind-Spots’ mission is to poke around in issues that impact on us a lot but that get little popular discussion. You’re sat at a crossroads, pulling off … Continue reading The Lethality of Conviction in Vague Ideas (Convaguetion)

4 Key Ignored Points in the Inflation / MMT debate

Sometimes public debates contain some critical gaps, either in their information, or logic. Blind-Spots seeks to fill these spaces in and bring clarity where there is avoidable confusion. If anyone needs any examples or evidence in advance that something is extremely amiss in Western, especially United States, economics; we could point to how the 1st … Continue reading 4 Key Ignored Points in the Inflation / MMT debate

Conservatism Isn’t a Mode of Thought, But a Lack of Thought

The differences between a coherent philosophy and defence of accumulated customs and rituals.  Conservatives themselves appear to identify with traditional values, liberty from too much state interference in life, and as the American Conservative Society has once said in a retort to me: “it’s at most a defence of the value of custom”. Absolutely central … Continue reading Conservatism Isn’t a Mode of Thought, But a Lack of Thought

Accountancy is the Priesthood of Modern Life

BlindSpots returns on its mission to analyse ideas that get out of hand. Accountancy-thinking is ideologically over-dominant in our decision making at the levels of both business and government. Like anything that becomes ideologically over-dominant, it becomes above question in people’s minds and begins to behave like a religion. The Brains of the Operation Most … Continue reading Accountancy is the Priesthood of Modern Life

Capitalism is Bad for Business

The big disconnect between left and right. Capitalism hides inside of Commerce. This shrouds the problems with Capitalism. Sometimes one missing piece of a puzzle can change the entire picture. BlindSpots seeks to fetch those pieces. While listening to Candace Owens on Russel Brand’s podcast; the last piece of a puzzle I’ve been curious about … Continue reading Capitalism is Bad for Business

Why Frugalism is Compound False Economy

The strictest and most severe voices are the ones making the vaguest points.  BlindSpots’ mission is to describe preposterous clashes between experienceable realities and dominant narratives, and seeks to add pieces that are sorely missing from stories. Even now, in the midst of the biggest emergency since World War II and the most extreme economic … Continue reading Why Frugalism is Compound False Economy