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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 3rd April 2024


Hope this finds you fit and well.

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

I hope you get something from it!

Amazon April Fools

The People’s Operation Restoration

What A Circus!

Monopoly Ends When

Discomfort vs Dysfunction

The Sunflower

Five Best Sentences

Trickle Truth

Teaching English Grammar

Don’t Fight Someone Else’s War

The Circle of Life

Who Is They?

The Best Argument Against Gun Control

From Boom To Bust: Doug Casey on Fading Enthusiasm for Electric Vehicles

UNRESTRICTED WARFARE: A Holistic Approach to the Great Reset

Toby Keith - Don’t Let the Old Man In

Expert Ships Engineer Reacts to Baltimore Bridge Crash

Have a great week!

Amazon April Fools
Amazon April Fools

Health warning! Potential heart attack risk currently circulating on social media.

The People’s Operation Restoration
Unravelling The Corporatocracy

Putting the cat among the pigeons!

What A Circus!
What A Circus

The truth is even more reason not to get eaten up by trivialities. The truth is that we are immortal, indestructible spiritual beings enjoying a mortal existence. The truth is that nothing can hurt you as a being unless you agree to being hurt.

My advice? Stop being so damned agreeable to being hurt! Ignore the losses and enjoy the ride! Decide what game you want to play then play it!

The game you will enjoy most is one based on your basic purpose and for which you have a natural talent and suits your personality.

If you do not know what your basic purpose is in life, here are some tips to find it.

In chatting to many people I have been able to help them identify their basic purpose. It has always been a specialization of the desire to help.

I think the problem is that we are not taught to look for it, to recognize and pursue it. In many cases we are dissuaded from it - “You can’t make enough money doing that!”

If you would like some ideas on how to identify your basic purpose, here’s a blog post I wrote to help you:

How To Work Out Your Basic Purpose In Life

Monopoly Ends When
Monopoly Ends When

Discomfort vs Dysfunction
Discomfort vs Dysfunction

Most options have an element of pain to them. The trick is to pick your pain wisely as some options, like not exercising, appear to have less pain the the short term but are far more painful long-term.

The Sunflower
The Sunflower

“Last night I bought a sunflower to put on the windshield of someone I’m smitten with.

After some consideration, I decided not to since we had only been on one date, the night previous. Don’t want to come off too strong, right?

Anyway, I grabbed the flower on my way out this morning with the intention to give it to someone on my way to work so it didn’t die alone.

What happened next has left me changed in ways I don’t even have words for yet.

While I was sitting and drinking my morning joe at the coffee shop (which I typically take to go), I saw a woman reading something with tears quietly and quickly sliding down her pale face.

It was like there was a magnet in the sunflower that was being drawn to her, because I knew in that moment she was who I was going to give the sunflower to; she was who I had to give it to.

When I got to her table I said, “Hey, pardon me. I have this sunflower that I was hoping to give to someone special and that someone I had in mind didn’t work out, but I can feel that you’re special too, so I want you to have it.”

Before I could even hand her the sunflower, this complete stranger flew into my arms with tears flowing, and gratitude spewing, as if I was someone she once loved, and lost.

It’s what she said next that I’m still trying to grip.

She was crying because her fiancÚ had died the week before, just months before they were going to get married.

On their first date, he brought her a sunflower and from then on, got her sunflowers, never roses, because she was the light of his life.

Today, through me, he was able to show her that she’ll always be the light of his life and how we as humans have a message to carry that goes far beyond words.

I’m shaken, awakened, and feeling raw.

You never know how much a simple gesture of giving someone a $5 flower will change their life, as well as yours. Life is about giving and being of service to others.

I challenge you all to find a way to make someone else’s life just a little bit brighter today and be of service. You never know the impact you could have.”

Credit: Danny Wakefield

Five Best Sentences
Five Best Sentences

Trickle Truth
Trickle Truth

Teaching English Grammar
Teaching English Grammar

Don’t Fight Someone Else’s War
Don't Fight Someone Else's War

The Circle of Life
Boxed Returns

Whitney Fleming writes:

Let me tell you a little story about the circle of life.

Yesterday, my 80-year-old mom told my nearly 50-year-old self to bring my laundry upstairs. Then, she instructed me how to clean a pot I’ve had for two decades. And then, when I was packing a few boxes for returns, she reminded me to make sure I blacked-out the labels or else the post office wouldn’t know what to scan.

And that’s when I responded with, “Mom! This isn’t the first time I’ve done this, you know!”

She just laughed at me and drank her tea and rearranged her magic purse that has everything in it from medicine for every ailment and tissues to nail clippers and candy.

I don’t know why I responded so curtly. I guess I just was tired and didn’t want to be told what to do.

The irony wasn’t lost on me when throughout the day, I said things to my teenagers like, “Hey, did you send in that form yet?” and “Take your coat upstairs” and “OMG! Put that bowl in the dishwasher.”

And each time, they responded with the obligatory, “I know, Mom!”

I would laugh at their exasperation and return to what I was doing.

Last night, my 16-year-old and I went to the wake of a lovely woman who happened to be the grandmother of my daughter’s best friend.

As I hugged my friend, the mom to my daughter’s bestie and the daughter of the deceased, I watched as one of her kids brought a pair of tweezers back to her.

She explained, “As we were coming here, I just started throwing everything in my purse that I thought I would need, just in case. Of course, one of the kids needed them. My mom always did that for us.”

And I couldn’t help thinking about grandmas and their special purses, and how mothers show their love.

Sometimes we show it by nagging--or gently reminding--about looming deadlines and chores that need to be done.

Sometimes it’s by setting rules and boundaries to keep them safe.

Sometimes it’s by doing laundry when your child--no matter what their age--doesn’t have the time or cooking a special meal or changing sheets.

Sometimes it’s laughing off a snarky comment.

And sometimes, it’s simply being there, saying nothing at all.

The universe showed me something pretty special yesterday.

It reminded me of all the love I give and receive throughout the small details of my life, and how lucky I am to have it spread through three generations right now.

A mother’s love is rarely shown in grand gestures, but if we’re lucky, woven into a lifetime of small, meaningful moments of kindness and selflessness and generosity that knows no bounds.

And when the time comes, in the magic purses grandmothers carry--when these grand women start slowing down but still want to be there for their family.

Until it’s time to pass that tradition on to the mothers coming after.

Love your people hard today, in whatever small ways you can show it. Treasure the ways they show their love to you. Don’t take one second for granted.

Who Is They?
Who Is They?

Adam Gaertner writes on X/Twitter:

Who is “they“?

Everyone always says “they.“ “They“ control the media. “They“ are trying to kill us all. “They“ released the bioweapons. Rarely does anybody actually identify “they.“

I’ll tell you, and I’ll share a few excerpts from a meeting I had with a Senator some time ago.

I’ve been silent on this, but quite a bit of time has passed now, and the information has been put to good use, so I’m not going to reveal anything damaging here. Knowing some of these things, and knowing that that knowledge has gone where it needs to go, is one part of what makes me so confident that come Jan ’25, we will be setting this right, and justice will be done.

The topic was the many and varied corrupt elements and actions that facilitated the Covid pandemic, and the available evidence thereof. A whistleblower came forward, with our help, with reams of damning evidence. Suppressed treatments; deliberate murder; deliberate dysfunction of the hospital systems at large; conspiracy to mislead the public and further the propaganda narrative. Emails, testimony, events, times, places, and people.

“They“ are the World Economic Forum, their attendees, members, employees, and the people that work for those people. Leaders of big business, leaders of key institutions, politicians, FBI, CIA, MI6 and other foreign agents, artists and actors, journalists and media owners, senior and/or well-placed key federal and state bureaucrats and elected officials, agency and department heads, leaders of banks, hedge funds, pension funds and various financial institutions.

In aggregate, “they“ are us. They are the many and varied people that have reached the tops of their fields, whether by excellence, election, corruption, or the many and varied other ways that they end up in those positions. They are the “best“ of us, drawn in by the glamour, status, social circles and riches that the WEF promises, in exchange for their allegiance and adherence to the rules and orders they are given.

They operate at several levels. The most senior of them are given their marching orders and ideologies right from the top; Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, Rockefellers & Rothschilds, so on. While it could be said that they’re the true “they,“ the only reason they have any power is because all of those people follow and adhere to them. They’re the ones that are complicit, and know exactly what they’re doing and why. Subsequent to that, and working independently, they collaborate. The whistleblower provided evidence of secret meetings, of several different kinds. One kind is the collusion between industry heads. They get together, whether for lunch or dinner, or at retreats like the Bohemian Grove, discuss their plans and how they’re progressing, and make new ones, knowing what’s coming up next, such that the institutions that they lead will play their part to further the WEF’s goals. Intelligence services coordinate where necessary, but by and large they work independently.

This is, for instance, how pretty much every hospital came to follow very similar protocols for the isolation, mistreatment and eventual murders of their Covid patients; how grocery stores all laid down their little one-way aisle signs; how the major scientific journals all refused to accept and publish good science on proper treatment; how every MSM outlet in the country and across the world all parrot the same narrative at the same time.

From there on down, you’ve got the C-suites and the lower levels of senior leadership. They might be in on it, or they might not be; Andrew Huff @AGHuff , former VP of Ecohealth, is a perfect example of an otherwise senior leader, of a critical institution, that was otherwise unaware of what was happening, horrified when he found out, and spent the next four years trying to blow the whistle, and being targeted for it. Dr. Mike Yeadon is another such example. By and large, it is only the most senior leaders of these institutions that are “in on it.“

Then you have the corrupt people in key positions. Specific scientists like Dr. Andrew Hill, responsible for allowing the falsification of conclusions on his ivermectin study in late 2020; that Florida data scientist that was removed and charged; the talking heads with mile-long lists of credentials that appear on CNN to fearmonger about something or other. The whistleblower described a well-reputed doctor being taken to a retreat, with Dr. Fauci and some other functionaries; subsequently, he started appearing on TV, talking up the chaos and mass death at a hospital that was, in reality, dead quiet, while the rest of the staff cracked jokes, laughed at him, and wondered what on Earth he was talking about. They’re the people that have been promised some sum of money, or a trip to Epstein Island, or some other enticement or threat, to do whatever it is that needs to be done by a person in their position. They’re not “in on it,“ and they occasionally end up dead if they stray, but they’re vital in their own capacities, whether big or little. They are handled by intelligence agents of various stripes, whether sanctioned or otherwise.

That’s about it. That’s who “they“ are. It is all centrally organized through the World Economic Forum, which has become the nexus of the numerous otherwise competing “powers that be,“ and these leaders of their various institutions act like terrorist cells, operating largely independently, coordinated where necessary, and all furthering the goals of those “powers that be,“ all under Klaus Schwab’s umbrella, toward a world where they will remain rich and powerful forever, and exert their will to shape that world however they see fit.

Those networks are known now, and they are being watched, and in being watched, their power and reach has been massively degraded. Come ’25 and beyond, they will be obliterated, and our world will be retaken, after hundreds of years of their control.

That is why “they“ are so deathly afraid of Trump.

The game is up. All that’s left is time.

(Tom: I see insufficient evidence to support it so sincerely hope the author’s optimism is not misplaced.)

The Best Argument Against Gun Control
The Best Argument Against Gun Control

From Boom To Bust: Doug Casey on Fading Enthusiasm for Electric Vehicles
EV Charger

UNRESTRICTED WARFARE: A Holistic Approach to the Great Reset
Unrestricted Warfare

Youry Roshka is a conservative journalist from the Republic of Moldova, who in the past was an anti-communist dissident, party leader, MP and deputy prime minister, who is now an anti-globalist author with strong Christian and nationalist convictions.

Toby Keith - Don’t Let the Old Man In
Toby Keith - Don't Let The Old Man In

Expert Ships Engineer Reacts to Baltimore Bridge Crash
DAli Hits Bridge

A ship engineer explains the mechanics of the propeller being sent into reverse acting like paddle wheel being the potential cause of the veering off course of the Dali to hit the bridge.


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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