James Pawson is creating Social and Political Philosophy Videos
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     Welcome!  I'd like to thank you for visiting this page--    
     And considering becoming a Patron     
     It means the world to me, really!     

If you don't already know me; I have 3 academic degrees and have lived all over Canada and Europe.  Despite (or because of) all that, no employers in regressive-liberal Canada seem willing to hire me-- though god knows I keep trying.  For now, YouTube is a way for me to get myself out there, spreading the truth, and maybe one day appealing to some potential employer who reconizes my merit.

I overcame a lot of obstacles to earn my degrees, including the extreme nature of liberalism in academia.  In the end, I burned-out on being around "intellectuals" and even living in cities at all.  Thus, I'm currently in a sort of self-imposed exile in remote, rural Northern Canada.

But even in the far north, Canada is a shockingly liberal place, hostile to a person like me; a non-white male who leans to the Right causes a lot of cognitive dissonance! 

For the most part, I create philosophical commentary on the social and political nature of modern western civilization, with a lot of personal narrative thrown in.  Some even say I make them laugh.  In all my videos, everything always revolves around finding the phenomenological truth beneath it all.

     Any support would just mean the world to me--      
     But either way, thanks for checking out my unique content!     
Tiers
You Pick a Topic
$10 or more per month
You pick a topic for me to cover with my standard mix of ranting, narrative, mockery and philosophy.  One 15-20 minute video per month.
To be decided...
$20 or more per month
I used to offer a monthly private phone/voip call for this reward tier, but that didn't prove to be a good idea... any suggestions? 
Goals
18 of 500 patrons
A monthly gift can be as little or as much as you like!
Creating political philosophy videos is a thing that gives me hope in life, here in economically depressed Northern Canada.
Perhaps one day, a good potential employer will see my content, recognize the merit, and finally offer me work.
But for now please do consider helping me along with little gift-- it would really bolster my spirits! 
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     Welcome!  I'd like to thank you for visiting this page--    
     And considering becoming a Patron     
     It means the world to me, really!     

If you don't already know me; I have 3 academic degrees and have lived all over Canada and Europe.  Despite (or because of) all that, no employers in regressive-liberal Canada seem willing to hire me-- though god knows I keep trying.  For now, YouTube is a way for me to get myself out there, spreading the truth, and maybe one day appealing to some potential employer who reconizes my merit.

I overcame a lot of obstacles to earn my degrees, including the extreme nature of liberalism in academia.  In the end, I burned-out on being around "intellectuals" and even living in cities at all.  Thus, I'm currently in a sort of self-imposed exile in remote, rural Northern Canada.

But even in the far north, Canada is a shockingly liberal place, hostile to a person like me; a non-white male who leans to the Right causes a lot of cognitive dissonance! 

For the most part, I create philosophical commentary on the social and political nature of modern western civilization, with a lot of personal narrative thrown in.  Some even say I make them laugh.  In all my videos, everything always revolves around finding the phenomenological truth beneath it all.

     Any support would just mean the world to me--      
     But either way, thanks for checking out my unique content!     

Recent posts by James Pawson

Tiers
You Pick a Topic
$10 or more per month
You pick a topic for me to cover with my standard mix of ranting, narrative, mockery and philosophy.  One 15-20 minute video per month.
To be decided...
$20 or more per month
I used to offer a monthly private phone/voip call for this reward tier, but that didn't prove to be a good idea... any suggestions?