Archive for June, 2018

Review: “Propaganda” By Edward Bernays

June 17, 2018
Review: “Propaganda” By Edward Bernays

It’s all around us; on street signs, radio, papers, books and most importantly – television. It’s propaganda, and the person who re-popularized the term was Edward Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud. “Propaganda” was written in 1928, at the dawn of serious mass media. Radio had been out for a while, and he makes mention […]

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Get Ready For Terrorist Attack, Trump Power Grab

June 15, 2018
Get Ready For Terrorist Attack, Trump Power Grab

Things are coming unglued in Trumpland. Manafort likely going to jail. Cohen flipping. And now Princess Ivanka and her two idiot brothers have been swept into a lawsuit by the New York State Attorney General regarding serious charity fraud charges. It appears Trump was siphoning funds from a charity to pay legal bills and other […]

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A Dark Vision Of Human Depopulation

June 10, 2018
A Dark Vision Of Human Depopulation

I always enjoy listening to podcasts by James Howard Kunstler, who envisions global markets and technology driven to a halt by natural events, collapse of energy resources, and conflict. Kunstler provides a reassuring solution in a return to life as it was in the 1800’s, but with an enlightened back-to-the-land feel. He does however interview […]

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The Robert Kennedy Assassination – 50 Years Later The Truth Comes Out

June 5, 2018
The Robert Kennedy Assassination – 50 Years Later The Truth Comes Out

A full 50 years after the assassination of Robert Kennedy, something significant appears to be happening; real reporting on the subject. The establishment mythology is that Kennedy was shot by lone gunman Sirhan-Sirhan in the kitchen of The Ambassador Hotel. But sources as mainstream as The Washington Post are seriously addressing the actual facts: Kennedy […]

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When We Know Too Much About How The World Really Works, We Lose Friends And Family

June 1, 2018
When We Know Too Much About How The World Really Works, We Lose Friends And Family

I’m Sure many of you have experienced this same thing. The other day after work, I was having a beer and reading the news on a cheap tablet in my local tavern. I came across one article that made me laugh out loud, and the bartender asked what it was. I said “Rudy Giuliani went […]

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    Well, I finally did it. I got a copy of the short (123 page) “Manifesto” by Ted Kaczynski (The “Unibomber”) and gave it a quick read. “Industrial Society And Its Future” “Manifesto” by Kaczynski (who I will refer to as “T.K.”), was shocking and informative – to a point that I just won’t go. Just […]
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