Were the Crusades an unprovoked act of aggression on behalf of bloodthirsty Christians? Did the First Crusade mark the beginning of close to a millennium of hostility between Christianity and Islam, or did the conflict begin centuries earlier?
Stefan Molyneux takes a closer look at the historical background of the Crusades and presents shocking information that is often hidden from the general population. What is the truth about the origins of the Crusades?
While many are unaware of the coming demographic winter in the United States, the future of freedom in the country will be decided in the 2016 election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Immigration, voting patterns and demographics are the only true issues that matter in this upcoming election, as Hillary Clinton’s amnesty to the 11-30+ million illegal immigrants in America will prevent small government ideas from being politically viable for centuries.
Stefan Molyneux breaks down the raw data on the foreign-born population in the United States, immigration pattern changes since the 1965 Immigration Act, cultural differences in economic freedom and corruption, national IQ, attitudes on larger vs. smaller government, political party preferences, immigrant voting patterns, the truth about libertarianism, welfare consumption rates among different demographics and the shocking truth about crime and diversity.
Occasionally new information completely blow your mind – and this is one of those times! Stefan Molyneux breaks down the basics of the genetic warfare which is the foundation of all living creatures. Different reproduction strategies have emerged over time and this is explained through r/K Selection Theory. When you look at humanity through the lens of reproduction strategies – it’s something you can never, and will never, be able to unsee!
An examination of the biological and genetic basis for political ideologies: Do genetics determine if you’re a liberal or conservative? What role does r/K selection theory play in the world where we live? How big is your amygdala – and what does that mean about your possible political perspective? Includes a look at the Prefrontal Cortex, Anterior Cingulate Cortex and the impact of dopamine in the realm of political biology.
For many decades, two main reproductive strategies have been recognized by biologists – this is referred to as r/K Selection Theory. When you look at humanity through the lens of reproduction strategies – things quickly begin snapping into place and a battle for genetic survival is revealed.
In the area of public discourse, these two survival strategies battle for ultimate supremacy. In the latest installment of the controversial Gene Wars series, Stefan Molyneux analyses various political positions and attitudes – including how they are shaped and explained through r/K Selection Theory.
In this groundbreaking film, economists and social scientists worldwide agree – we are headed toward a demographic winter which threatens to have catastrophic social and economic consequences. Part 1 draws upon the knowledge of these experts, revealing the dangers facing the world’s economies when human capital dramatically declines and an aging population structure becomes pervasive.
Part 2 explores sociological catalysts for decline, and economists and sociologists discuss the tremendous impact these trends are having on the development of human capital.
What is the correlation between political ideology and criminality? Are either liberals or conservatives more likely to engage in criminal behavior? Stefan Molyneux is joined by Dr. John Paul Wright to discuss the relation between ideology and criminality, the genetic component to human violence, the dark triad personality traits and what can be gained by the continued study of biosocial criminology.
Study: Political Ideology Predicts Involvement In Crime
Study: Malevolent Forces: Self-Control, the Dark Triad, and Crime
The University as a Total Institution
Dr. John Paul Wright is a Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati and the author of “Criminals in the Making: Criminality Across the Life Course.”