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The Utility of Tai Chi Chuan

May 12, 2013
The Utility of Tai Chi Chuan

Readers of the old “Dojo Rat” blog, which began in the fall of 2006, know that martial arts has been one of my passions for over thirty years. It began with wrestling in high school, progressed through Japanese and Korean Karate, some Aikido blended with Jujitsu, and landed in the soft Chinese arts of Bagua, […]

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With Rape on the Increase, Indian Women Turn to Self-Defense

January 6, 2013
With Rape on the Increase, Indian Women Turn to Self-Defense

“Raw Story” Reports: “New Delhi has long been known as the “rape capital of India”, with more than twice as many cases in 2011 as the commercial hub Mumbai, and special care is taken by most women when travelling at night or on public transport. But the December 16 gang-rape, in which a 23-year-old student […]

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Kung Fu Expert Beats The Crap out of Mobsters

December 12, 2012
Kung Fu Expert Beats The Crap out of Mobsters

From “The Telegraph U.K.”: Chinese thugs knocked out by amateur Kung Fu fans “So when 38-year-old Shen Jianzhong was faced with a mob of thugs trying to evict him, he asked himself what his hero, Bruce Lee, would do. The answer, according to a video that has attracted more than two million hits on the […]

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  • Weaponized Hypnosis – Part 1, The Kubark Manual
    In this post we will take a look at the first of a series of books and articles that focus on what we might call “Weaponized Hypnosis”. Most people are familiar with the use of Hypnosis by stage magicians (making a subject crow like a rooster or other stunt), and the practical use by clinicians […]
  • Shredding The Novichok Mythology
    “Intel Today” has a great break-down of the operation blaming the Russians for the Skripal and Rowley/Sturgess poisoning, along with comments by former Ambassador Craig Murray. Nothing adds up in this attempt to create Cold War 2.0 by linking these two incidents. Supposedly Rowley found the “Novichok” perfume in an unopened package that had to […]
  • It’s Not Novichok. It’s An Overdose Of Heroin/Fentanyl
    The case for a Russian nerve-agent attack on the Skripal’s completely fell apart when they recovered and want into silent running. Now the British government is doubling down with a second case of so-called Russian “Novichok” poisoning. However, buried within recent articles about the second couple who fell ill, are snippets of the truth – […]
  • Great Podcasts Found Here!
    I gotta hand it to S.T. Patrick for some of the most interesting and diverse podcasts that are rocking the world of para-politics. The most recent I have listened to was a rollicking conversation with Professor John Stern, author of “C.D. Jackson; Cold War Propagandist for Democracy and Globalism” https://www.amazon.com/C-D-Jackson-Propagandist-Democracy-Globalism/dp/076185729X Professor Stern Takes us on […]
  • July 4th: Individual Freedom – Or Free Individual?
    It’s been a tradition here on this Blog to post this great scene from the movie “Easy Rider” every 4th of July. For those too young to remember the movie, I highly suggest you look it up and watch it. Lots of stereotypes are profiled, but the show does a great job of capturing the […]