6 Easy Ways To Get Your Name on a Government Watch List

You might think that government watch lists are reserved for violent radical extremists. You might be wrong. There is a very serious war taking place, a “war on terror“. Which should sound ludicrous to any rational, thinking human being. How can we wage a war on terror? Terror is a consequence of war itself. You … Continue reading 6 Easy Ways To Get Your Name on a Government Watch List

3 things sheeple do that you don’t have to

Do you ever get that feeling like you’re surrounded by automatons, people who merely mimic life, without really living it? Sheeple, as they may be called, are otherwise ordinary folks who’ve adapted particularly well to the workforce/consumer/obedience training agenda. They’ve been taught to be docile, foolish and easily led. They’re particularly keen at following mainstream narratives and adapting to … Continue reading 3 things sheeple do that you don’t have to


The science of archaeology, paleontology, and genetics has all proved beyond any doubt that human life originated in Africa. They have all shown that the first humans that ever lived have lived in Africa. See using DNA to trace human origin and migration. Noah must have been a blackman, Moses must have been a blackman, … Continue reading BROADENING THE STORY; Blackman, DOES IT MATTER?

Lessons from George Orwell’s 1984

“Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.” — George Orwell Some fictional literature is so profound as to be relevant for decades. George Orwell’s timeless 1984 is one such literary work. One of the most influential books of our time, … Continue reading Lessons from George Orwell’s 1984

The disappearance of silence

Silence is a word pregnant with multiple meanings: for many a threat; for others a nostalgic evocation of a time rendered obsolete by technology; for others a sentence to boredom; and for some, devotees of the ancient arts of contemplation, reading, and writing, a word of profound, even sacred importance. But silence, like so much … Continue reading The disappearance of silence

Newspeak and double think

We are told what to think almost every day. We are less often taught how to think. From mainstream media to social media. From “real” news to “fake” news. From Facebook political pokes to Twitter Trumpisms. It’s getting more and more difficult to navigate the wide-open waters of the information age. But when it comes … Continue reading Newspeak and double think

Broadening the story: The CUP

With Reason (Logos), not with hands, did the World-maker make the universal World; so that thou should-st think of him as everywhere and ever-being, the Author of all things, and One and Only, who by His Will all beings hath created.This Body of Him is a thing no man can touch, or see, or measure, … Continue reading Broadening the story: The CUP