Who is Brother Polight?

P_H0C1V_2374885“It takes over 300 muscles to meditate and 300 muscles to read… Mental bodybuilders… can defeat you, perhaps without a touch”. – Bro. Polight

Brother Polight (1984?-), born Michael Noak and also culturally known as Nysut: Amun-Re Sen Atum-Re, is a former gang leader and present day spiritual leader, healer, and economist. He has written “80-plus books on health, family, language, metaphysics, mathematics, property and business ownership and more to come, 35 of which he wrote in an 11-month time span. He is fluent in “eight languages namely ancient Hebrew, Nuwaupic, Napatic, Arabic, English, N.du A.su Su, Ndelita, and Nabatean”, “one of which [he] created”. He owns two bookstores, an alkaline restaurant, and is the founder of the Golden Ankh Global Foundation, Inc., and publisher of Golden Ankh newpapers. Golden Ankh “donates educational books and materials to children from here to Africa”. He has also founded Nu-Covenant, a community for financial black empowerment. “Amongst his many different accolades, he… teaches all levels of sequential mathematics including pre-calculus sentential calculus and six sigma resource allocation”.

According to his Facebook page, his “father walked out of his life at the age of 8, never to return until he was 16 years old”. He was “also a young man who wondered where his mother was, only to meet her when he turned 17 years old”. Unfortunately, “she died that week… from cancer and diabetes”.

He almost had to have one of his feet removed due to diabetes, until his family introduced him to Dr. Sebi, and has since claimed to be cured. “Since then he has cured people in his own family and many around the world have benefited from his books and lectures on health, wellness, economics, and metaphysics”.

This page was written using a variety of uncited resources and lectures from Brother Polight. This page will be updated with citations when possible.

Sublating Totalitarianism into ‘Identity State’

Original text:

In a truly Hegelian fashion, the common thread between German National Socialism and Italian Fascism, I claim, is what I term an “Identity State”. An Identity State is a politico-geographical authority that establishes, maintains, and perpetuates a new or already existing common union among its citizenry through biopower and law. I have delineated this “common union” through a schema that I call the “Identity Horizons”, or frontiers of identity-based divisions, offered in order of ascending importance: (1) Geography/Population Size, (2) Ethnicity/Race/Appearance, (3) Societal Status, (4) Culture/Ideology. The more focused and consistent that these Identity Horizons are among a citizenry, the more stable an Identity State should be.

Immigration reform effect on economy

And independent experts said that it would help grow our economy and shrink our deficits.
― “National Address on Executive Actions on Immigration” by President Barack Obama

Summary of Hoppe’s “The Private Production of Defense”

My most recent piece for The Times of Israel:

In The Private Production of Defense, Hans-Hermann Hoppe negates what he calls the Hobbesian myth. In it, Thomas Hobbes theorizes that in nature, or without a government, men would be at each others’ throats, forming a permanent underproduction of security. Resolving a conflict would require an independent mediating third party. Hoppe echoes that such a party would be useful, but counters that Hobbes’s proposal is a step in precisely the wrong direction.

Hoppe proposes that a State should serve as the independent mediating third party for conflict resolution. The State would be sovereign, allowing it to insist that its subjects not seek protection from anyone but the state (coercive monopoly), and also how much the subjects spend (taxes). Hoppe is repulsed by such a scenario, decrying it as a protection racket, as a formulaic (it exists in almost every nation, does it not?) exploitative unilateral contract that no rational individual would agree to if alternatives were available. Hoppe, ever the anarcho-capitalist theorist, offers that there should be a free marketplace of independent mediating parties. . . . READ MORE

Key Concepts from Bryce Laliberte’s “What is Neoreaction”

Some noteworthy websites

Listing does not equal endorsement of content, just indication that they offer interesting stuff. Salon often publishes stuff that I hate, but it also offers cool things sometimes.