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Progressives

Progressives aren’t perfect. And they aren’t, usually, perfectly progressive. Continue reading

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Those Who Rule Cause Ruin

*edit, June 9, 2018 – I’ve touched up the Christian Parenti entry, adding in some clarifying commentary about counterrevolution and providing a link to Chomsky’s detailed explanation of Cold War. I also added in another link, to my blog post … Continue reading

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The Nazis Are Dead And Dying! Long Live The Nazis!

If Nazis kill Nazis, up to a point, Is Nazism destroyed? And I’m not referring specifically to the political entity that was known as the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. Nazis, or fascists, are an expresson of darkness. Fascism, where the political class and the business class join forces in order to own and run the world, is perfectly normal in this dark, godless, temporary world. There are always pockets of resistance and they can never win – on their own. Continue reading

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A Loud Whoompfing Sound

We’ve been hit with an avalanche of surveillance that has fairly completed its run. Now we are witnessing a sort of mop up operation, constituting another avalanche in its own right, whereby we are simply blocked from communicating in a myriad of ways. The Corporatocracy, in its war on light and God, has left nothing to chance. About all we have left to us is communication and education (not of the formal variety). And so that’s being targetted. Who can argue with the Bible revelation of an attack by Gog (probably meaning ‘darkness’) in the last days? (Ezekiel chapters 38 & 39) Continue reading

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John Ralston Saul’s “A Fair Country – Telling Truths About Canada”

*edit, April 4, 2017 – I am adding in additional material. It won’t be much. But it’s very pertinent. And I’m utilizing, in one instance, the same source I’ve already used, namely Yves Engler, who points out that Pearson seemed … Continue reading

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