In 1953, Russell published a seminal work, The Impact Of Science On Society. As is typical of Russell, the writing style is dull, at least in the beginning. The beginning of the book seems reasonable and humanitarian, and is intended to soften the reader up for the disgusting conclusions which are presented as desireable or inevitable. - Source: UK Column - Bertrand Russell - The Impact Of Science On Society
Russell was descended from an old establishment family. He was a propagandist, whose job it was to propogate certain ideas in the service of the monied elites. He was instrumental in the project to wreck European and American culture through his chairmanship of the CIA sponsored Congresss for Cultural Freedom. Far from being a pacifist, he was a promoter of the policy of Mutually Assured Destruction and was the founder of the Pugwash movement which used the spectre of Cold War nuclear annihilation to push for world government. - Source: UK Column - Bertrand Russell - The Impact Of Science On Society
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