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Some supporters of Aleister Crowley have mentioned that Ron Paul shares many of Aleister Crowley’s political views. While it’s true that Ron Paul upholds the liberty of the individual as a core principle of his campaign, there is at least … Continue reading
Posted in Aleister Crowley 2012, Political Positions Tagged 2012, abortion, aleister crowley, children's rights, discrimination, drugs, economy, freedom, freedom of religion, health care, human rights, libertarian, minimum wage, racism, ron paul, same-sex marriage, tyrannicide, war on drugs, women's issues 9 Comments
The Prophet’s Political Platform
As a political essayist, a patriotic poet, and the creator of Winston Churchill’s “V for Victory” sign — a magical foil to Hitler’s Swastika — Aleister Crowley was certainly passionate about politics, especially where it concerned individual liberties. We can … Continue reading
Posted in Aleister Crowley 2012, Political Positions Tagged 2012, abortion, aleister crowley, children's rights, democracy, discrimination, economy, education, election, energy, environment, freedom, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, health care reform, human rights, libertarian, liberty, politics, same-sex marriage, sexual freedom, thelema, tyrannicide, violence, women's issues 16 Comments
The Right to Discriminate
Crowley described race- and class-based prejudice as based “. . . upon the universal sense of individual weakness. . . . It’s fear at the base of the whole pyramid of skulls.” But should it be illegal? Continue reading