Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Prophets of Doom with four year's hindsight

Back in 2011, the History channel presented a film called Prophets of Doom. Several people whose opinions I had studied and respected participated, each with a slightly different area of expertise.
With four year's hindsight, if the film can be faulted, it's that there were other parallel events that did not get covered. Also, each of the participants was so stunningly intelligent in their own field of expertise that they tended to be dismissive of each other's opinion.
In light of the fact that we just had the hottest June ever recorded, I suppose a climate scientist probably should have been part of the event.
It isn't that one was right. They all were right. (Even the A.I. guy, whose opinion I dissed at the time).
These concurrent events don't add up--they amplify each other exponentially. Throw in resulting migrations and wars, man's reaction to changing global events, and it gets beyond my ability to assimilate.
Michael C. Ruppert was a friend and a mentor, now dead by a self-inflicted gun shot wound to the head. I followed Nate Nathan John Hagenswhen he wrote at the Oil Drum. And James Howard Kunstler's The Long Emergency changed the way I see this world.
Watch the film, here:

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Don't forget

I've spent a lot of time investigating two seminal crimes, so large and powerful in scope that they have contributed to the death of this country (I tend to mourn the loss before the final gasp).
Both were false flag events, involving people with high level access, by necessity and definition, when an honest look at the evidence is taken into account (and I have no time to argue the point with cocksuckers with heads buried in their own asses).
Those crimes are the killing of John F. Kennedy. And the attacks on 9-11-01.
Some things can't be fixed without first recognizing the truth.
So, in light of that, which of the current line up of presidential candidates will authorize and fund an independent and thorough investigation of these crimes?
I didn't fucking think so.
Back to mourning.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Waiting on a thorn bush

Here's a problem I routinely face: I consider current forms of government(s) impostors to the throne, so I must maintain distance and accept no position in their hierarchy. They are my among those I consider adversaries. I do, as a human on this planet have the right, the duty to resist evil and unfair treatment of my fellow citizens, much of which emanates from government(s). Despite what you may think, these entities will not be fixed until they are first destroyed. You're not going to vote your way out of this shit.....

You can spend your whole life waiting for a thorn bush to produce figs.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Limited Freedom

I’ve noticed a lot of my facebook friends flying a new flag, that of a rainbow. You may note that I am not.

I seem to be skirting the issue. Perhaps.

I’d say the situation is delicate.

Tolerance and advocacy are not one and the same by my way of thinking.

I live in a land where freedom to practice your own religion is the law, up until the point that your freedom infringes upon the next person’s right to do the same.

So, there are limits.

If your religion is hatred and involves killing your neighbors, or unbridled greed which involves stealing your neighbor’s property or possessions, then your religion can’t be legally practiced.

Perhaps you like to drink alcohol. OK. But don’t get in your car and imperil others. And if you’re working with or for me, don’t let your habit endanger me, your co-workers, or the property you take care of, (this has been an ongoing problem for me—to the point that I pretty much detest drunkenness).

I ascribe to religious doctrine and personal practices others, most of you, would find offensive in some way. There are elements of my lifestyle, my beliefs, deemed illegal by the law of the land. No need to go into detail here. Other than to say….

I don’t feel the need to force you to believe as I do.

So I ask for your tolerance, but not necessarily your approval.

In return, I offer the same.

Where homosexuality is concerned, that’s the best I can manage.

Practice it in your home if you wish. Get gay married, if you wish.

Public displays are OK also, within reason, but then, you may notice I avoid places where I have to see those displays, (heterosexual or homosexual).

Stage a march, if you wish, but I ain’t going to march in your parade. Have a gay party, but please don’t invite me. It ain’t my thing and I am not going to come anyway.

I’d prefer if you didn't bring the practice into the confines of my home. I’ve allowed this in the past, but I have never really been comfortable with it. It’s a damn big world. I don’t take up much space.

That’s just me, exercising the limited freedom I enjoy in this country.

The world would be a boring place if we all were the same.

Be who you are. Afford me the same luxury.