Philip Copeman

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The Sermons of Philip

I awoke this morning to the realities of christian tyranny.

In one swift sweep of their dark wings, the demons of the lord have snuffed out freedom and our world has become engulfed in shadows of madness. Giant Bats fly freely under the noonday sun.

After 60 days of dutifully following the christians around the lockdown desert,  starving the virus their god sent us, I am left watching my flock, legally denied from following their…

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Added by Philip Copeman on May 30, 2020 at 11:35am — No Comments

The Sermons of Philip

I awoke this morning to the realities of christian tyranny.

In one swift sweep of their dark wings, the demons of the lord have snuffed out freedom and our world has become engulfed in shadows of madness. Giant Bats fly freely under the noonday sun.

After 60 days of dutifully following the christians around the lockdown desert,  starving the virus their god sent us, I am left watching my flock, legally denied from following their…

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Added by Philip Copeman on May 30, 2020 at 11:35am — No Comments

The Sermons of Philip

I awoke this morning to the realities of christian tyranny.

In one swift sweep of their dark wings, the demons of the lord have snuffed out freedom and our world has become engulfed in shadows of madness. Giant Bats fly freely under the noonday sun.

After 60 days of dutifully following the christians around the lockdown desert,  starving the virus their god sent us, I am left watching my flock, legally denied from following their…

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Added by Philip Copeman on May 30, 2020 at 11:30am — No Comments

God and God's first fishermen

Dear Philip,

I read what your God-believing colleague wrote. I'm a Duch humanosopher and the origins of our God belief is my speciallity. 

Normal animals don't believe in concepts. God is one of the many consequences of our earliest ancestors becoming linguistic. I name them here OEAs, living in little bands of bonobo-like apemen somewhere in what is now Ethiopia, in a woodland environment. When? I suppose some 4.5 million years ago. 

Linguisticallity  means that they, then…

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Added by F.J. COUWENBERGH on February 19, 2020 at 11:38pm — 2 Comments

Women Succeed in STEM careers in Muslim countries

Muslims - you are not going to like this.





The Old Man has a way of talking to us, through data and not through prayer! And what the data is saying is that muslin countries could be doing better in the technology sector. Since Islam is my second favorite Abrahamist religion I feel compelled to help you. I hope you can read this in that spirit.…

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Added by Philip Copeman on August 21, 2018 at 11:38am — No Comments

The Maths of Racial Mixing

Lets consider mathematically what happens when two racially distinct humanoid populations meet. eg Settlers arriving in South Africa.

You can assume as much as you like that these populations hate each other and would never think of cross breeding, but in reality a cross breeding rate of 1% is probably a massive underestimate. In the case of…

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Added by Philip Copeman on June 25, 2018 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment

On the Beach

Who would have thought in the first half of the 21st century,

That minds immeasurably inferior to ours would bring about our end.

Each day more beautiful than the last, crescends in a strawberry sunset,

Vanilla clouds sparkle for a…

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Added by Philip Copeman on April 12, 2018 at 2:06pm — No Comments

Steven Hawking

It is because of guys like Hawking that have 10 years of back copies of New Scientist piled in my office. Before The Internet, I would wait eagerly each week for their arrival.

Steven Hawking inspired wannabe…

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Added by Philip Copeman on March 14, 2018 at 10:21pm — No Comments

Budget 2018 - Do Nothing in the face of Crisis

In summary the problem with the 2018 Budget is that it does nothing in the face of a crisis. This is not a budget, it is a stop gap to the 2019 elections. The Minister of finance is running in circles in a designer suite, playing…

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Added by Philip Copeman on February 22, 2018 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment

The case against Cheddar Man's blackness.

To begin - a note on why skin color is important.

While Africa is a continent of diverse racial mixings, those with higher levels of melamine have historically suffered racist attacks. Currently, ultra racist societies like Israel would deport Cheddar Man. Today albinos are hunted for their body parts in Central Africa.  For the sake of the…

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Added by Philip Copeman on February 9, 2018 at 2:30pm — No Comments

We are adrift at Sea

We are lost.

We are adrift at sea.

Our Captain he has lost his mind -

Oh deary deary dea!





Minister Gigaba – I am pleased that you have learned to read a…

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Added by Philip Copeman on October 26, 2017 at 10:48am — No Comments

Blaming Capitalism

Blaming Capitalism for poverty is like blaming psychology for suicides.

Capitalism is not about harming others, it is a methodology to produce. Capitalism is not perfect, but only consumers blame capitalism for their unfulfilled wants. Real producers understand the demands of capital. The idea that capitalists are not generous and sharing is an anathema to me. By definition, Capitalists give up their own consumption to invest resources into production. You are mistaking the…

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Added by Philip Copeman on July 6, 2017 at 10:00pm — No Comments

SA Economy Quick Fix

These are my suggestions. None of these will be popular with the incumbents.

1) Race.

Cut the nonsense discussion on race. It makes whites unpatriotic and it creates an unrealistic expectation in blacks. The problem is not race, it is Small vs Big business. Because of history that comes down to (small-black) vs (big -white). but viewing in terms of the  race issue distracts. The big industries will fight with everything to hold their privilege. We have to focus pressure…

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Added by Philip Copeman on June 7, 2017 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

The Angel of Death

The Angel of Death
The angel of death took a Southern turn

To meet his devil friend.

Cape Town is a very good place

To party at worlds end.......…



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Added by Philip Copeman on April 22, 2017 at 11:08am — No Comments

Colonialism for Capetonians

Colonialism is not a colloquialism for black-white relations.

The idea of using a spurious connection between racism and Colonialism is not only disingenuous, but runs orthogonal to the vector of historical truth. For surely no true statement about Colonialism can be construed as racist. Such logic leads to absurdities.…

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Added by Philip Copeman on April 4, 2017 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Colonialism for Capetonians

Colonialism is not a colloquialism for black-white relations.

The idea of using a spurious connection between racism and Colonialism is not only disingenuous, but runs orthogonal to the vector of historical truth. For surely no true statement about Colonialism can be construed as racist. Such logic leads to absurdities.…

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Added by Philip Copeman on April 4, 2017 at 1:55pm — No Comments

#termlimits

I would like to talk about #termlimits how they can help democracies world wide and highlight how they can solve the current political position in South Africa.

Term limits is a global movement that wants the current constitutional term limits on Presidents extended. To set an example for the world, I am suggesting that this is how we should play it in South Africa:…

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Added by Philip Copeman on March 31, 2017 at 3:59pm — 1 Comment

Colonialism

1)A great many evils were perpetrated in the colonial period, none greater than the murder of 26,000 Afrikaners and their supporters in the 1900 Anglo Boer War. The economic mismanagement and growth underperformance caused by the Glen Grey, The Land Acts had far reaching implications for the underdevelopment of South Africa. The brunt of these mischievous deeds were born by black South Africans in that period.

2) It is time for Helen Zille, along with all the other elected…

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Added by Philip Copeman on March 17, 2017 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Budget 2017

There is something quite surreal about watching your Nations leaders united as they stand and cheer in Pravin Gordhan, who has almost single handedly executed our economic destruction. Has no one read Mark Twain, "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect."

If you read my 2013 Budget review,…

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Added by Philip Copeman on February 22, 2017 at 4:41pm — No Comments

SONA South Africa

State of the Nation

South Africa, 10 February 2017

Jacob Zuma -       SONA State of the Nation Address 

Philip Copeman - Answering

"The Land First the Rest shall Follow" - PAC of Azania

Most of Presidents Zuma's SONA delivered to a House emptied to the converted faithful, was a dreamy wishlist with little explanation of…

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Added by Philip Copeman on February 10, 2017 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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