Doug Casey on Why Woke Corporations Will Go Broke

Business people who decide there are more important things for their company than making money eventually stop making money. From Doug Casey at


International Man: There seems to be a concerted effort to blur the lines around gender. For instance, it’s now common for schools to introduce bizarre gender theories to prepubescent children.

What is going on here?

Doug Casey: The reports are so bizarre and crazy that you’d think that they were made up, but apparently, they’re not.

Different societies throughout history have had different standards of morality and attitudes towards bringing up children and sexual morals. But at this point, in the West, the nuclear family itself, and everything that’s been considered traditional and normal, is under active attack. How else to explain Mayor Pete, the Secretary of Transportation, playing with his husband, or whatever he or she is? Or the bizarre tranny, Rachel Levine, sporting some kind of an admiral’s uniform? Or the new national Press Secretary, whose main qualification is that she’s a strident black lesbian?

However, this type of thing often happens when a society is heading towards collapse. The dissipated practices of Roman emperors like Caligula, Nero, Commodus, Caracalla, Elagabalus, and others gradually filtered down into the common people, and the Dark Ages followed. More recently, look at the things that went on in Germany after WW1, during the Weimar Republic. Sexual debauchery and moral (as well as economic) degeneracy ruled. These things destabilized society, evidenced by street fights and riots between the Nazis and the Communists. It all resembles what’s brewing in the US between the Red people and the Blue people. History rhymes.

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2 responses to “Doug Casey on Why Woke Corporations Will Go Broke

  1. A “shareholder” is someone who has put their money where their mouth is.
    A “stakeholder” is someone who has put their mouth where your money is.

    The “gender” farce is a deadly serious one. The issue is NOT political, it is epistemological. Specifically, Aristotle’s fundamental tenet, “A thing cannot be itself and something else at the same time and in the same respect.”

    Or, as Rand so succinctly put it, “A is A!”


    • Dave,

      Amazon wanted $156 for their cheapest Unintended Consequences. However, I found a free PDF download. I’ve got one book ahead of it, but I do look forward to reading it. As I’ve said, you’re batting 1000.

      “A is A!”


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