Jonas E. Alexis

Jonas E. Alexis studied mathematics and philosophy. Two of his main interests at present are the history of Christianity and the history of ideas. He is currently teaching mathematics in South Korea.

If historian Norman M. Naimark is right in saying that “genocide has been a part of human history from its very beginnings,” why are we memorializing one genocide to the exclusion of all the others?

That which is called Democracy in other countries is, in most cases, nothing but the subversion of public opinion, gained by the skilled manipulation of the press and of money, and a devious interpretation of the results which this has achieved.