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Read or Condemn Yourself to Death by Ignorance

For those courageous souls brave enough to look and see what is,

who are unwilling to blindly accept

the lies and rules of tyrannical authority.

The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie.

One word of truth outweighs a world of lies.


If perchance a post of mine you think extreme

heed this from Kahlil Gibran:

“In battling evil, excess is good;

for he who is moderate in announcing the truth is presenting half-truth.

He conceals the other half out of fear of the people’s wrath.”


One of my goals is to think and act as if I fear no man’s wrath or deed.

Observation And Integrity

Wednesday 22nd November 2023


Hope this finds you fit and well.

Here is a concise presentation of the big picture game that is being played by those who think they know better to create what they consider to be a “better” future.

Once you know their game you are less likely to fall victim to their tactics and you will hopefully be better prepared and more willing to take counter measures.

Here is a sampling of what recently crossed my digital desk.

I hope you get something from it!

Covid Inquiry 2.0

Choose Your Hard Wisely

PC - Tyranny With Manners

If You Hang Around

How To Prevent The Next Pandemic

Truth Bombs

NWO Roadmap

You Can Borrow My Belief In You

Consensus in science

On CO2

Anthony Hopkins Priorities

Milgram and Asch Experiments Prove We Are In Trouble...

Historian Zachary Foster explains the untold history of the militant group HAMAS.

Car ’Kill Switch’ - House Vote Fails To Remove From Bill

Lest We Forget

Minimum Income To Buy A House

Tanya Plibersek Bashes Environment

Have a great week!

Covid Inquiry 2.0
Human Rights Lawyer

Peter Fam speaks on the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights ( Vital to know and share so we can get the government to respect our rights. (The eighteenth video down the page.)

Choose Your Hard Wisely
Choose Your Hard Wisely

PC - Tyranny With Manners
PC - Tyranny With Manners

If You Hang Around
If You Hang Around

How To Prevent The Next Pandemic
How To Prevent The Next Pandemic

Truth Bombs
Truth Bombs

NWO Roadmap
NWO Roadmap

You Can Borrow My Belief In You
You Can Borrow My Belief In You

Consensus in science

In 1914, there was a consensus among geologists that the earth under our feet was permanently fixed, and that it was absurd to think it could be otherwise. But in 1915, Alfred Wegener fought an enormous battle to convince them of the relevance of plate tectonics.

In 1904, there was a consensus among physicists that Newtonian mechanics was, at last, the final word in explaining the workings of the world. All that was left to do was to mop up the details. But in 1905, Einstein and a few others soon convinced them that this view was false.

In 1544, there was a consensus among mathematicians that it was impossible to calculate the square root of negative one, and that to even consider the operation was absurd. But in 1545, Cardano proved that, if you wanted to solve polynomial equations, then complex numbers were a necessity.

In 1972, there was a consensus among psychiatrists that homosexuality was a psychological, treatable, sickness. But in 1973, the American Psychiatric Association held court and voted for a new consensus to say that it was not.

In 1979, there was a consensus among paleontologists that the dinosaurs’ demise was a long, drawn out affair, lasting millions of years. But in 1980, Alvarez, father and son, introduced evidence of a cataclysmic cometary impact 65 million years before.

In 1858, there was a consensus among biologists that the animal species that surround us were put there as God designed them. But in 1859, the book On the Origin of Species appeared.

In 1928, there was a consensus among astronomers that the heavens were static, the boundaries of the universe constant. But in 1929, Hubble observed his red shift among the stars.

In 1834, there was a consensus among physicians that human disease was spontaneously occurring, due to imbalanced humours. But in 1835, Bassi and later Pasteur, introduced doctors to the germ theory.

All these are, obviously, but a small fraction of the historical examples of consensus in science, though I have tried to pick the events that were the most jarring and radical upsets. Here are two modern cases.

In 2008, there is a consensus among climatologists that mankind has and will cause irrevocable and dangerous changes to the Earth’s temperature.

In 2008, there is a consensus among physicists that most of nature’s physical dimensions are hidden away and can only be discovered mathematically, by the mechanisms of string theory.

In addition to the historical list, there are, just as obviously, equally many examples of consensus that turned out to be true. And, to be sure, even when the consensus view was false, it was often rational to believe it.

So I use these specimens only to show two things: ’1) from the existence of a consensus, it does not follow that the claims of the consensus are true. ’2) The chance that the consensus view turns out to be false is much larger than you would have thought.

These are not news, but they are facts that are often forgotten.

The Founder of Greenpeace On CO2

Greenpeace co-founder, Dr. Patrick Moore: “There is no definitive scientific proof... that carbon dioxide is responsible for any of the slight warming of the global climate that has occurred during the last 300 years.”

“But there is certainty beyond a reasonable doubt that CO2 is the building block for all life on Earth, and that without its presence in the global atmosphere... this would be a dead planet.”

Full talk:

Anthony Hopkins Priorities
Anthony Hopkins in Tux

“I know that I have less to live than I have lived.

I feel like a child who was given a box of chocolates. He enjoys eating it, and when he sees that there is not much left, he starts to eat them with a special taste.

I have no time for endless lectures on public laws - nothing will change. And there is no desire to argue with fools who do not act according to their age. And there’s no time to battle the gray. I don’t attend meetings where egos are inflated and I can’t stand manipulators.

I am disturbed by envious people who try to vilify the most capable to grab their positions, talents and achievements.

I have too little time to discuss headlines - my soul is in a hurry.

Too few candies left in the box.

I’m interested in human people. People who laugh at their mistakes are those who are successful, who understand their calling and don’t hide from responsibility. Who defends human dignity and wants to be on the side of truth, justice, righteousness. This is what living is for.

I want to surround myself with people who know how to touch the hearts of others. Who, through the blows of fate, was able to rise and maintain the softness of the soul.

Yes, I hustle, I hustle to live with the intensity that only maturity can give. I’ll eat all the candy I have left - they’ll taste better than the ones I already ate.

My goal is to reach the end in harmony with myself, my loved ones and my conscience.

I thought I had two lives, but it turned out to be only one, and it needs to be lived with dignity.”

Brilliant Anthony Hopkins and free interpretation of Mario de Andrade’s poem

Milgram and Asch Experiments Prove We Are In Trouble...
Milgram and Asch Experiments Prove We Are In Trouble...

...and have been for a while.

Historian Zachary Foster explains the untold history of the militant group HAMAS.
Zach Foster

Some interesting history that lends some perspective to the seemingly unsolvable problem.

Car ’Kill Switch’ - House Vote Fails To Remove From Bill
Lauren Fix

I’m fired up and should be too! I recently covered what was snuck inside the recently passed $1.2 trillion 1,100 page infrastructure bill. It is a proposal to have a lockout device to be installed in all new cars. This is no joke and has already passed in Congress and the House.

Lest We Forget
Horse and Poppy Wreath

From HorseBack UK

Usually, on Remembrance Sunday, we give you a line of poetry - one of the great poems of remembrance that everyone knows so well, one whose lines might be going through our heads as we stand silent at 11 am.

But this time we’ve found something a little different. It is a piece of writing of such passion, unflinching truth and heartbreak, perhaps with a little fury in it too, and we could not think of anything more moving or apposite.

It is by David Mace, and it was written in 2008.

Some Corner of a Foreign Field

We read the books, we watch the movies; read newspapers... maybe write a line or so, of poetry; or watch on TV, any night something, somewhere, of some War... the Media Circus, we all know; but, to see the cost; then to the North of England, you should go.

For you can pick up any map, choose any town or village there, and should you travel to that place, then you are quickly made aware of what War really is about... for each place has its own Stone Cross...The War Memorial; all closely carved with the Communal loss of a Generation... all the young men from close-cobbled lanes, who volunteered to fight for King and Country... few came home again.

Grandfather said Recruiting Sergeants travelled round the local pubs, patriotic fervour... whipping up, in Alehouses and Clubs.

Perhaps, in tow... some floozy from some Music Hall, who danced and sang, drawing in the young men, with the... “Come on boys, prove you’re a Man. Come and take the King’s Shilling... sign upon the dotted line. All your pals are joining up. Don’t be scared, you’ll be just fine!“

And “Pals,“ then, was the fateful word... some fool in Whitehall hatched a plan to keep the men from each place, all together in a close-knit band; called “The Pals Battalions,“ who would fight together... side by side; not for comradeship... more fear of shaming in each others eyes.

And the young men flooded in; perhaps, to escape drudgery of Dark, Satanic Mills, Pin Factories or Blistering Iron Foundries.

“By Christmas, it will all be over“... but, so little, did they know, and, in their hundreds, they signed up, a’soldiering in France, to go.

But, as they marched out of their villages and towns, to cheering crowds, with flags and bunting gaily waving... old men turned, and said out loud to each other, shaking heads... no good at all, would come of this; for in a charge, the Boche could wipe the village out... they could not miss. And, it was not for nothing, they decried this Military travesty, for these old men had fought the Boers, and quelled the Indian Mutiny. Knowing then, what modern weaponry could do to flesh and bone; knowing that the General Staff were so remote, and quite alone in their belief that Flanders could be fought, the same as Waterloo; “Lions led by Donkeys“ is the phrase Historians use... how true.

The truth is this... forget TV, and what is on the Silver Screen; forget the faded photographs, for none of this is what it seems.

Forget the grainy film of “No Mans’ Land,“ and “Going over the Top“...all filmed at home, on Salisbury Plain... a truthless, propaganda sop fed to the public in the Picture Palaces, to boost morale, coercing them to buy War Bonds... concealing truth about “The Pals.“

For, “Going over the Top“ was very close to orderly suicide... bayonets fixed, all waiting for the whistle, standing side by side.

Then, the scramble from the trench... and walking forwards, steadily into “No Mans’ Land“... the tangled barbed wire... and Eternity. Shoulder then, to shoulder; trudging on towards the German wire, and, shoulder then, to shoulder; swift, mown down, by vicious, withering fire from machine guns, well dug in, all along the parapet of the German Front line trench... how could they run that lead gauntlet?

July, the first, 1916... the bloody first day of the Somme.

The Accrington Pals, strength seven hundred; close, six hundred dead and gone.

So, too; the Leeds Pals, strength nine hundred... above three quarters cut to shreds, repeated all along the Front... The Big Push... in which, it is said The Flower of English youth was sacrificed that day, for an ideal; innocence had died that day... traditional tactics proved unreal.

The cost?... the whistles shrilled at half-past seven on that sunny morn; by 10 o’clock... the British losses... fifty-two thousand men were gone. Most of those within the first hour, whole platoons of Pals cut down; killed or wounded, out in No Man’s Land... for a few yards of ground.

And, at the closing of the day, the Pals Battalions, all, were gone; sixty thousand men were lost, that bloody First day on the Somme.

And, through the Northern towns and villages, the church bells tolled forlorn, for Accrington and Barnsley, Bradford, Leeds... they all were gone. Brothers, cousins, workmates, friends, in the same factories, pits, or mills, who often lived in the same street, had gone to the same school, and still had courted the same sweethearts, or by marriage, were related too; the Pals, the Chums... so thickly then, their corpses, Flanders Fields, bestrew.

Scarce a household left untouched... scarce a house, no curtains drawn; smoky, cobbled streets all shrouded, silent... grief, so bravely borne. All together, tied by bonds of local pride, they marched away, all together, bonded now, in Death... in Flanders Field, they lay.

The Great War, called “The War to end all Wars“... the facile arrogance of Politicians, who saw nothing of the carnage there, in France and Belgium...and, there have been many conflicts since, more bloody war, have we not learned a thing, these years?

Is it not time we cried, “No More?“ For if the Politicians had to fight... then, would there still be Wars? Somehow, l don’t think so... for them, the cure would be worse, than the cause.

lf you ever chance to visit Northern England, just seek out the Local War Memorial; count the family names... if you should doubt. See there, the Flower of a Generation squandered, out of hand...sometimes, still... the echoes ripple through this green, and pleasant land.

Every family in the North was touched by that day, it is said, in some way or another... someone missing, someone maimed... or dead. For every nine sent out in No Man’s Land, five casualties went down, and of those five, a third were killed... or nothing of them, ever found. A Husband, Son, or Brother; Cousin, Friend, or Lover, lost that day; no-one imagined this, as they stood, cheering them upon their way, back then, down the same cobbled streets; with curtains drawn now, silently; all round the smoky, terraced houses, grief now hanging, heavily.

A loss that almost robbed a Nation of its future... such a debt yet owed to those who still sleep, lost in Flanders Field...

Lest We Forget.

David Mace, 2008

Minimum Income To Buy A House
Minimum Income To Buy A House

How is this even possible?

Tanya Plibersek Bashes Environment
Tanya Plibersek Bashes Environment

Angelo Tullio wrote:
The irony is ’they’ really do think you are the ’unwashed’ and ’ignorant’, so much so they think you won’t notice the bare faced lies... that whole ’Canberra bubble’ adage is so appropriate!


Until next time,
dream big dreams,
plan out how to achieve them,
be continually executing your plans,
enlist people to your causes,
travel and/or read widely, preferably both,
all the while observing what you observe
rather than thinking what you are told to think,
think well of your fellow man,
take time to help your fellow man,
he sorely needs it and it will help you too,
eat food that is good for your body,
exercise your body,
take time to destress,
and do the important things
that make a difference -
they are rarely the urgent ones!



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