An educator in Los Angeles, California, for over twenty years, David Lemire estimates that he caused over thirty-six thousand American students to become dissident critical-thinkers before he left the United States, with his wife and children, for New Zealand as a response to Operation Iraqi Freedom. David has continued his career as an educator in New Zealand, but spends much time researching geopolitics and the global struggle against American hegemony, as well as literature, history, art history, politics, clandestine operations, and even the Western esoteric tradition. He also writes poetry, finding satire to be the only appropriate mode of poetic expression lately. He hopes that, one day, this will change.
|The Great Power that Isn’t||12.01.2017||English|
|President Putin on the Phone with Obama||04.01.2017||English|
|Social Violence in William Shakespeare’s King Lear||23.12.2016||English|
|The Sovereignty of Sidekicks||16.12.2016||English|
|Kubrick the Lie-Killer||07.12.2016||English|
|The French Revolution and World History||02.12.2016||English|
|The Election that Wasn’t||26.11.2016||English|