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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 June 2022


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!

Let Freedom Be Your Goal!

Order Versus Control

Liabilities of Using SMS

Who armed Ukraine and decided to expand NATO? - Prof John Mearsheimer

Paddington Bear


Ministry Of Truth

How I figured out the Achilles heel of Vladimir Putin - William Browder


Ikea Dog Parking Lot

The Great Rest Evidence

Queensland court must unravel monstrous property title scandal

Private No 2296 John (Barney) Hines

Neil Oliver - Are We Stupid?

The Financial Apocalypse Begins

On Guns

Keep Women’s Sports For Women!

Have a great week!

Let Freedom Be Your Goal!
V For Vendetta

Freedom is a senior goal to safety. There can never be complete safety, what with storms, volcanoes, earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards etc. And it could be argued that without freedom there is no life, for what is life but choosing a path and following it? Without being free to do that, do you have a life?

After the last two year when suicides climbed steeply, obviously many decided, “No.” in answer to that question.

Let’s more of us learn from that mistake and ensure it is never repeated. Never relinquish a freedom for a promised safety or security. It is a deadly trade-off.

Order Versus Control
Order Versus Control

Their definition of ’order’ is ’under my control’ whereas the dictionary definition of order is ’proper or logical method, sequence or arrangement of things’.

So don’t let their perversion of the definition dissuade you from bringing more order into your life.

In fact, their goal could be more accurately described as ’disorder’ because it reduces the amount of harmony whereas proper order increases harmonious alignment.

For more on the subject click the Read More button to check out The Bring Order Movement home page!

Liabilities of Using SMS
Stop Using SMS

Might be an advertorial for ProtonMail but has data good to know.

Who armed Ukraine and decided to expand NATO? Prof John Mearsheimer
Prof John Mearsheimer

John is correct on three points. The British world/Anglosphere is a part of the US in real terms and the US Empire should read Anglo-American world power/ Empire. This is a sad state of affairs. John is correct in that Washington is who Moscow needs to speak with.

This spreading of NATO or American client kingdoms is not an effort to contain Russia but an effort entirely directed at keeping Russia and German Europe apart. Should Russia and Germany unite even in a small way, this would spell the end Anglo-Saxon supremacy.

The wars against militarily and economically inferior Asian States of recent decades are solely for the purpose of dividing Asians, as is the support of the terrorist Israel State.

We’re Western and Eastern Europeans to become united, it would be only a matter of time before the Island of the Earth, Eurasia emerged as s single entity.

Asian supremacy is the natural state of affairs, as Asians were always the predominant culture and power except for the drop in the oceans of time- the last three centuries. Asia is certain to reemerge and never again fall to our Western financial and banking tyranny.

John is correct in that if USA attempts against China, Russia will be needed as will India. I hope Russia and India become firm allies of China.

The Age of the Anglo/Saxon is drawing to a close and our history is to be written in Chinese.

Paddington Bear
Paddington Bear

In the late 1930s-1940s, Michael Bond, author of Paddington Bear, saw Jewish refugee children (Kindertransport children) walking through London’s Reading Station, arriving in Britain escaping from the Nazi horrors of Europe.

Mr. Bond, touched by what he saw, recalled those memories 20 years later when he began his story of Paddington Bear. One morning in 1958, he was searching for writing inspiration and simply wrote the words: “Mr. and Mrs. Brown first met Paddington on a railway platform…”

“They all had a label round their neck with their name and address on and a little case or package containing all their treasured possessions,” Bond said in an interview with The Telegraph before his death in 2017. “So Paddington, in a sense, was a refugee, and I do think that there’s no sadder sight than refugees.”

Paddington Bear - known for his blue overcoat, bright red hat, and wearing a simple hand-written tag that says “Please look after this bear. Thank you,” Paddington embodies the appearance of many refugee children. His suitcase is an emblem of his own refugee status.

“We took in some Jewish children who often sat in front of the fire every evening, quietly crying because they had no idea what had happened to their parents, and neither did we at the time. It’s the reason why Paddington arrived with the label around his neck”. -- Michael Bond

Michael Bond died at 91 in 2017. The epitaph on his gravestone reads “Please look after this bear. Thank you.”

Please look after all the young Bears in Ukraine and around the world. - David Lundin


Ministry Of Truth
Ministry Of Truth

No similarity whatsoever should be implied or inferred to present actions by the government or media. To do so might get you banned by big tech from social media platforms as going against their community standards.

How I figured out the Achilles heel of Vladimir Putin | William Browder | TEDxBerlin
William Browder

A story of evil, corruption and retribution.


Ikea Dog Parking Lot
Ikea Dog Parking Lot

The Great Rest Evidence
The Great Rest Evidence

Queensland court must unravel monstrous property title scandal
Property Signs Pic

Private No 2296 John (Barney) Hines
Private No 2296 John (Barney) Hines

Private No 2296 John (Barney) Hines of the Australian Imperial Force, 45th Battalion. 27 September 1917.

’Barney’ Hines was also a kleptomaniac who became known in the trenches as the “Souvenir King“. But he was one of the bravest soldiers at the front and would have been decorated many times had it not been for his lack of military discipline.

He earned his nickname because of his incurable habit of hijacking medals, badges, rifles, helmets and watches from the bodies of the German dead - and, in some cases, of those he captured.

He brought the Kaiser’s wrath down upon his head when a photographer took a picture of him on September 27,1917, showing him surrounded by some of his loot after the Third Battle of Ypres.

Prints were circulated among the Diggers and inevitably some fell into the hands of German soldiers - from whence they made their way to the infuriated Kaiser.

Born in Liverpool, England, in 1873, Barney Hines was always a rebel. Of Irish descent, he ran away to enlist in the army at the age of 14 but was dragged home by his mother.

Two years later he joined the Royal Navy and saw action during the Boxer Rebellion when he served on a gunboat chasing pirates in the China Sea.

Discharged the following year, he went gold seeking around the world and was in South Africa when the Boer War broke out. He served throughout it as a scout with various British units.

His lust for gold continued and he searched for it in the US, South America and New Zealand. But he was working in a sawmill in Australia when World War I broke out in August 1914.

Despite being in his early 40s, he immediately tried to enlist but was turned down on medical grounds. Undeterred, he haunted recruiting centres until he was accepted to serve in France in 1916 as part of a reinforcement for the 45th Battalion.

And, once in France, the legend of this huge, powerful man who never showed fear, began.

He generally disdained conventional weapons such as his .303 rifle, preferring to go into action with two sandbags packed with Mills bombs.

His commanding officer had a brain wave and gave him a Lewis gun, which was an immediate success. Hines was entranced by its spraying effect and announced in his broad Liverpudlian accent: “This thing’ll do me. You can hose the bastards down.“

Another nickname he earned was Wild Eyes and at a later date the commanding officer was heard to say: “I always felt secure when Wild Eyes was about. He was a tower of strength in the line- I don’t think he knew what fear was and he naturally inspired confidence in officers and men.“

One of Hines’ pastimes was prowling around collecting prisoners and loot with enthusiasm.

On one occasion, annoyed at the sniper fire from a German pill-box, he ran straight at it, leapt on it’s roof and preformed a war dance while taunting the Germans to come out. When they failed to comply, Hines lobbed a couple of Mills bombs through the gun port. A few minutes later the 63 Germans who had survived staggered out with their hands above their heads. Hines collected his “souvenirs“ before herding his prisoners back to the Australian lines.

Another time he came across a battered German dressing station. Creeping in,he found the surgeon standing over the operating table and, on tapping him on the shoulder, Hines was amazed to watch him topple over - dead from a shell splinter in the heart. Only one man had survived - ironically a wounded Tommy who was on a stretcher on the floor out of the blast. Picking the man up as if he were an infant, Hines carried him towards safety but he died before reaching allied lines. Hines lowered him gently to the ground -then returned to the loot in the dressing room.

His booty wasn’t confined to portable keepsakes. At Villers-Bretonneux he liberated a piano which he managed to keep for several days until he was persuaded to give it away.

On another occasion he scored a grandfather clock which he carried back to the trenches. But, after its hourly chimes were found to attract German fire, his mates blew it up with - what else? - a Mills bomb.

In Armentieres he came across a keg of Bass which he started to roll towards the battalion. He was stopped by military police and told not to go any further with it. Unfazed, Hines left the keg and went ahead to round up fellow Diggers who returned to drink it on the spot.

When the AIF reached Amiens they found the beautiful cathedral city deserted. It was too much for Hines. He disappeared and was finally sprung by British military police in the vaults of the Bank of France where he had already squirrelled away millions of francs, packed neatly in suitcases.

He was hauled off for questioning by the British who, nonplussed on what to do with the reprobate, returned him to his unit. Later he was to boast that the escapade had cost him no more than 14 days’ pay and that he had been allowed to keep the banknotes he had stuffed into his pockets.

But for all his incorrigibility, he was an outstanding, if unpredictable soldier who managed to capture 10 German soldiers single-handed.

There were some near misses, too. At Passchendale he was the only survivor of a direct hit on the Lewis gun nest. Blasted 20ms. and with the soles of his boots blown off, he crawled back, got the gun working and continued firing until he fainted from wounds in his legs.

Hines was also renowned for the party he held at Villers-Bretonneux after he found a cache of 1870 champagne and tinned delicacies. His mates were all decked out in top hats and dress suits which he had also acquired.

It was to be his last party for some time. Just after it ended he scored a bullet wound over his eye, another in his leg and a whiff of gas. Despite protests, he was hospitalised at Etaples, being almost blinded.

A few nights later the Germans bombed the hospital, causing 3000 casualties. Hines hauled himself out of bed, found a broom which he used as a crutch and spent all night carrying the wounded and dying to safety.

After that he was invalided home and, in the ensuing years, despite his wounds, he worked as a drover, shearer, prospector and timber cutter.

He volunteered for World War II and, when he was turned down - he was now in his 60s - he stowed away on a troop ship. He was caught before the vessel got through the Heads and put ashore.

After a colourful life, Barney Hines died, penniless, in the Concord Repatriation Hospital, Sydney, on January 30, 1958, aged 84.

Colourised by Doug/p>

Neil Oliver - Are We Stupid?
Neil Oliver - Are We Stupid?

The Financial Apocalypse Begins
Home Prices To Incomes Ratio

This seems scare mongering but the present situation (and the resulting catastrophes) has been predicted for years based on the many turning a blind eye to economic fundamentals..

On Guns

Thanks to Cecile Vowles for this compilation of gun sanity.

Because you won’t get gun control by disarming law abiding citizens. There’s only one way to get real gun control: Disarm the thugs and the criminals, lock them up, and if you don’t actually throw away the key, at least lose it for a long time. - Ronald Reagan

“I strongly believe that the right to bear arms is an important safeguard against potential tyranny of government. Historically, maintaining their power over the people is why those in power did not allow public ownership of guns” – Elon Musk

“The rifle itself has no moral stature, since it has no will of its own. Naturally, it may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter cannot be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles.” - Jeff Cooper

“To conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens.” - Adolf Hitler

“One man with a gun can control a hundred without one.” - Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party. - Mao Zedong

There’s no such thing as a good gun. There’s no such thing as a bad gun. A gun in the hands of a bad man is a very dangerous thing. A gun in the hands of a good person is no danger to anyone except the bad guys. - Charlton Heston

I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery. - Thomas Jefferson

If someone has a gun and is trying to kill you, it would be reasonable to shoot back with your own gun. -Dalai Lama

By calling attention to ’a well regulated militia,’ ’the security of the nation,’ and the right of each citizen ’to keep and bear arms,’ our founding fathers recognized the essentially civilian nature of our economy... The Second Amendment still remains an important declaration of our basic civilian-military relationships in which every citizen must be ready to participate in the defense of his country. For that reason I believe the Second Amendment will always be important. - John F. Kennedy

Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the act depriving a whole nation of arms as the blackest. - Mahatma Gandhi

That rifle hanging on the wall of the working-class flat or labourer’s cottage is the symbol of democracy. It is our job to see that it stays there. - George Orwell

Keep Women’s Sports For Women!
Cynthia Monteleone

Cynthia Monteleone knows that male bodied athletes in female competitions hurts women. She is using her story and her experiences to stand up for women's sports. Join Cynthia as she speaks at the Our Bodies, Our Sports Rally on June 23. #KeepWomensSportsFemale


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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