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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 19th July 2023


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!

The survival top 40 - A documentary by Dr. Keith Parsons

How To Control

Pattern Recognition

Family Treasure

Finding Happiness

Tribal People or Size Matters by Jeff Thomas

Best Investment Ever!

See The Best In People

Can We Land Yet?

Countering Lies With Truth

The WEF Is A Terrorist Organisation

The Global Plan For Us

Sign Language Help

Facebook Admits in Court That ’Fact Checks’ Are Just Opinion

Help Me Hand Signal

Last Elections 2024

Kamala Says the Quiet Part Out Load

Where They Want To Take Us

The Voice - The Final Bullet

The Best Ever Compilation Of Liars

Have a great week!

The survival top 40 - A documentary by Dr. Keith Parsons
Survival Top 40

The documentary begins with a description of what some people have called the greatest evidence for the afterlife ever - a chess game conducted between a living chess grandmaster and a deceased grandmaster. This is only one of forty highly convincing cases that Miles Edward Allen has included in his book ’The Survival Files’.

How To Control
How To Control

Pattern Recognition
Pattern Recognition

A staple in any intelligence quotient test, pattern recognition has been ridiculed and demonised to push a despotic narrative.

The more we learn, the more depressing and/or enraging it can be, so it’s crucial that we develop the mental and emotional resilience needed to keep a positive and determined mindset, and continue to resist the propaganda.

An almost instant fix to feeling down is to go for a walk and look at things until you feel better.

Family Treasure
Family Treasure

Finding Happiness
Joy and Inspiration

A beautiful woman in an expensive dress came to see me saying that she was depressed and her life was meaningless.

I called the old lady who cleaned the office floors and then said to the rich lady, “I’m going to ask Mary here to tell you how she found happiness. All I want you to do is listen to her.“

So the old lady put down her broom, sat on a chair and told her story.

“My husband died of cancer. 3 months later my only son was killed by a car. I had nobody. I had nothing left. I couldn’t sleep, I couldn’t eat, I never smiled at anyone. I even thought of taking my own life.

Then one evening, a little kitten followed me home from work. Somehow I felt sorry for that kitten. It was cold outside, so I decided to let the kitten in. I got it some milk, and the kitten licked the plate clean.

Then it rubbed against my leg and, for the first time in months, I smiled.

Then I stopped to think: if helping a little kitten could make me smile, may be doing something for people could make me happy.

So the next day I baked some biscuits and took them to a neighbour who was sick in bed.

Every day I tried to do something nice for someone. It made me so happy to see them happy.

Today I don’t know of anybody, who sleeps better than I do. I have found happiness by giving it to others.“

The rich lady cried when she heard that. She had everything money could buy, but she had lost the things money cannot buy.

The beauty of life is there because you put it there, it does not depend on how happy you are, but on how happy others can be because of you.

Happiness is not a destination. It’s a journey. Happiness is not tomorrow, its now. Happiness is not a dependency, its a decision. Happiness is who you are, not what you have.

Title of the painting - “Joy and Inspiration, Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek’s, Lt Uhura at 84“

Artist - Robin Damore circa 2020

Credits goes to the respective Owners

Tribal People or Size Matters by Jeff Thomas
Tribal People

Recently, Doug Casey commented, in an essay, on the senselessness of giving to organized charities. I take a similar view. So, are we both heartless, having no concern for the well-being of others? Not at all.

Personal generosity is a laudable quality, but giving to a large organized charity is just plain foolish. At best, three-quarters of your donation will be gobbled up by the administration of the charity. If you genuinely wish to be of value to others, your generosity would be more effective on a local level, where you give directly to those who will benefit from it, and you’re more certain of the outcome. The larger the charity organization, the greater the certainty that much, if not all, of your donation will fail to reach those you hoped would benefit.

Similarly, the concept of community is that we surround ourselves with others, as this provides us with a better life. The concept originated before mankind even existed—lions hunting in a pride, monkeys shrieking at the approach of a predator, etc. Humans originally formed tribes for similar reasons. Then, the idea of community expanded as some individuals proved to be better at different tasks. One might have been a more proficient hunter, whilst another constructed a better shelter or made better tools.

This, in turn, developed into the idea of a fixed community, with some buildings being used as dwellings and others as places of business. The more people, the greater the diversity of skills and the greater the choice of whom to seek out, to fulfill tasks.

Hence, we develop the assumption that “bigger is better.” But, at some point, as a community grows larger, we find that depersonalisation occurs. We find that we have little personal relationship with the folks on the other side of town and our willingness to help them diminishes, as we come to realise that the favour is unlikely to be returned.

The effectiveness of “community” is based on the level of voluntary give-and-take.

This concept is reinforced in a situation where we live our entire lives in the same location, increasing the likelihood that we’ll be surrounded by family members, including in-laws and friends and associates with whom we develop symbiotic relationships over a period of years. The longer those relationships exist, the less immediacy we require on a return within the give-and-take.

The logical conclusion of “bigger is better” is city life, in which people come and go frequently and each individual becomes more solitary in his view as to what type of behaviour is most useful to him. The larger the population, the more the sense of “community” dries up.

Although a high-population community can function effectively, it tends to come apart in times of strife. If a riot occurs, your car is more likely to be senselessly burned by someone you don’t know and have never harmed. Likewise, during a food crisis, your neighbour is more likely to shoot you to gain the loaf of bread you)re taking home.

So, somewhere between city living and “going it alone,” there’s an ideal size for a community, where neighbours are likely to help one another as needed, because they recognise the likelihood of a return on their “social investment.”

In the US, the Amish have arguably been more successful at this than anyone else. Whenever a community exceeds forty or so families, they begin the formation of another church district (community). This assures that each person benefits personally from the assistance of the others, even to the extent that the entire community gets together to raise a barn for a young married couple, without charging them. (At some point in everyone’s life, the favour has either been returned, or will be.)

The English country village has my personal endorsement as the most civilised form of community man has ever created, as it has one of every service that’s needed, but little more. But, although I’m British, I choose not to live in an English village, because they all fall under the aegis of a controlling and impersonal national government, within which I have no meaningful voice. Worse, at least for the present, that national government falls under the control of an even more dictatorial uber-government—the EU.

For a community to have an effective government, it would never grow beyond the level of the town hall—a meeting place in which each resident’s voice has a similar weight. (Even then, it would stand the risk of being more a democracy than a republic.)

But, as soon as a community grows beyond that size, the individual has an ever-decreasing say in managing his own affairs. In addition, he faces decreasing interplay between himself and his fellow citizens, leaving him ever more greatly exposed in those times when mutual respect and assistance may be essential.

Today, we’re approaching a period that will include the greatest level of social, economic and political change that we’ll ever face in our lifetimes. Whilst it will impact us all, the primary objective should be to minimize its impact on us so that we can come out the other side of it as undamaged as possible. (If we prepare ourselves well enough, we may even exit this period in a better position than we now have.)

In such a time, it would be wise to have the option to live in a small community, where we’re known and our involvement is respected. As conditions become more difficult, our voluntary participation in the survival and/or betterment of the community would be the glue that keeps its function ongoing. (And, here, I cannot stress the word, “voluntary” strongly enough. A community that has laws and regulations that demand contribution is a poor choice, regardless of its size.)

For someone living in the UK, the odds of surviving well in, say, Winchcombe (population 4,500) are far better than in Manchester, a large, entitlement-conscious mill town of 2.6 million.

In the US, quiet, largely self-sufficient Jackson County, Florida (population 48,600) is a much better bet than Miami-Dade (population 2.7 million), a location that has considerable strife in the best of times and is only likely to worsen in a crisis.

But even a community that’s known to be peaceable may come under the control of a larger government. Central governments routinely regard small communities as being milk cows in the best of times and expendable in the worst of times.

In order to minimise such risk, there are two options. The first is to find a small community in a country where the central government, however large it may be, is ineffectual—a community that largely ignores edicts delivered from the Capitol.

The second choice is to find a small country—a country too small to have a military and that has an appropriately small central government where the individual voice is easily heard.

Lastly, it’s important to note that, in the event of a global crisis, it will do little good to arrive in such a community after the crisis has already begun. This earns you a reputation as a refugee, running from a problem elsewhere.

Instead, it’s necessary to put down roots in such a community, even if it’s only part of each year; to gain acceptance during better times and to develop a genuine interplay between yourself and your community.

In choosing a community, size matters—especially during a crisis. A viable size dictates the opportunity of a good life during difficult times. The achievement of that good life is determined by how well you become a part of that community.

Best Investment Ever!
Best Investment Ever!

See The Best In People
See The Best In People

Can We Land Yet?
Can We Land Yet?

Countering Lies With Truth
Countering Lies With Truth

Here is a compilation of over 1000 peer-reviewed studies on the injuries caused by Covid shots.

The WEF Is A Terrorist Organisation

"The World Health Organization should be declared a terrorist organization" - Mislav Kolakusic MEP - Member of the European Parliament, former judge, non-affiliated activist for the rule of law and fighter against corruption.

The Global Plan For Us
The Global Plan For Us

Our wonderful government have funded research into how they can take more of our money and let us have less, the great climate con.

Our kids won’t have a car!
We will have no red meat, all other meat consumption halved at least!
No holidays, flights banned!
No shopping (3 clothing items per year) all shipping banned, Their motto for us peasants is own nothing and be happy.

Road works to restrict traffic.
The air is already taxed(ULEZ, CAZ… and more to come)!
Water tax next! Just put meters on every house in the area, for leak detection

With fewer than thirty years to attain zero emissions, UK FIRES is uncovering the lowest risk path to zero emissions prosperity in the UK by 2050 by:-

Optimizing current industrial techniques with new decision making tools
Uncovering gaps in the business space to be filled in by entrepreneurship, finance and policy
Extensive public engagement through innovative communication channels

Other Messages. Doesn’t Make Good Reading

Conditions of Absolute Zero, the availability of most other materials will be proportion to the amount of non-emitting electricity available to the sector.

Construction uses half of all steel and all cement, but has developed to use them inefficiently. The requirements for materials in construction could be reduced to achieve Absolute Zero by avoiding over-specification and over-design, by structural optimisation and with re-use.

Driven by inventive new embodied emissions standards, manufacturing will adapt to three major changes: 1) reduced availability of current inputs, 2) radically different product composition and requirements, and 3) the existential need for improved resource efficiency.

The problem with breakthrough technologies is not our shortage of ideas, but the very long time required to take a laboratory-scale idea through the technical and commercial development cycle before it can begin to capture a substantial share of the world market.

No one actor can bring about Absolute Zero. Delivering it is a journey depending on co-operative action by individuals, businesses and governments acting on good information.

- Changes to social norms and individual behaviours can be positively framed to appeal to human fulfilment. Motivated individuals can be as effective at work as at home.

Agreed roadmaps, new forms of market pull and collaboration are needed to spread the required technological innovation through industry. - The effective price of carbon must be prohibitively large by 2050. A key issue for how to implement this is the timeline for how the price must grow (or restrictions must become more strict) from now to 2050.

Good information is critical to transitions in individual behaviour, business operations and in supporting government action, but there are challenges to overcome in collecting and communicating the required information effectively to support decisions and influence behaviour. - Absolute zero requires societal change. This will provide opportunities for growth in business, education and research, governance and industrial strategy. To achieve zero emissions we must only pursue the right opportunities and restrain activities which are no longer compatible with a zero emission society.

Sign Language Help
Sign Language Help

“I saw this gentleman, Tim, in Boston’s Logan airport with the sister he’d been visiting. It appeared he was both deaf and blind, as I observed her signing into his hand for him to feel her words.

When he came aboard the plane he had been assigned the middle seat of my row. The kind gentleman who had the aisle seat graciously gave it up for him. At this point Tim was traveling alone. The flight attendants sincerely wanted to assist him, but had no way to communicate. I watched as they didn’t flinch when he reached out to touch their faces and arms.

They took his hand and tried so hard to communicate with him, to no avail. He had some verbal ability, but clearly could not understand them.

The man who had given up his seat did his best to assist him with things like opening coffee creamer and putting it in his coffee.

When Tim made the attempt to stand up and feel his way to the restroom, his seat mate immediately was up to help him. The flight attendants were talking among themselves and someone suggested paging to see if anyone on board knew sign language.

That’s when this lovely young woman came into the picture. 15 years old, she learned ASL because she had dyslexia and it was the easiest foreign language for her to learn. For the rest of the flight she attended to Tim and made sure his needs were met.

It was fascinating to watch as she signed one letter at a time into his hand. He was able to ’read’ her signing and they carried on an animated conversation. When he asked her if she was pretty, she blushed and laughed as the seat mate, who had learned a few signs, communicated an enthusiastic yes to Tim.

I don’t know when I’ve ever seen so many people rally to take care of another human being. All of us in the immediate rows were laughing and smiling and enjoying his obvious delight in having someone to talk to. Huge kudos to the flight attendants of Alaska Airlines who went above and beyond to meet Tim’s needs.

I can’t say enough about this beautiful young woman named Clara who didn’t think twice about helping her fellow passenger. It was a beautiful reminder, in this time of too much awfulness, that there are still good, good people who are willing to look out for each other.“

Facebook Admits in Court That ’Fact Checks’ Are Just Opinion

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Help Me Hand Signal
Help Me Hand Signal

Posting again. I’d forgotten the signal. If you see a child or person signaling this call emergency services (000 in Australia or 911 in the USA) if you otherwise are unable to intervene.

Last Elections 2024
Last Elections 2024

Kamala Says the Quiet Part Out Loud
Kamala Harris Admits Depopulation Objective

She did it again! During a speech on “Combatting Climate Change and Building a Clean Energy Economy,” Vice President Kamala Harris at minimum said what everybody is thinking, or maybe she’s attending too many classified meetings and forgot what not to say. Anyway, during her July 14th speech, Harris said, “When we invest in clean energy and electric vehicles and reduce population, more of our children can breathe clean air and drink clean water.”

Reduce population. There it is!

The fact checkers are saying it never happened. Listen for yourself:

Where They Want To Take Us
Digital ID

The magic phrase for forcing humanity into Smart Cities is “climate change”. The World Economic Forum claims that the climate is out of order because people travel too far from their homes and have too many outdoor activities that cause harmful emission of CO2. That’s why they want to add trackers in all of our phones and clothes, and eventually inside our bodies - to monitor the amount of carbon we are emitting.

Never mind the countless factories they have erected and are still erecting, that emit unimaginable amounts of toxic gases.

Never mind the mega-cities they want to build to replace green pastures. Never mind that these billionaires all use private jets that emit insane amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere. So apparently, it’s not the cutting down of trillions of trees, destruction of rural countryside, or the building of monstrous Smart Cities that is bad for the environment. Oh no - it’s the people who want to visit their families, enjoy a day at the beach, or hike in the mountains. That is what destroys climate!

Therefore, they plan to forbid private car ownership. Cars should be shared among each other - one car for the whole neighborhood.

But wait... who are these people again, making these statements? Oh yes, right, they are the same billionaires who each have several private jets and a vast collection of cars.

Total world domination

The World Economic Forum doesn’t hide their true intention. What they ultimately aim to establish is nothing less than unprecedented world domination. Their website shows different aspects of the agenda:

Global Governance, Corporate Governance, and Internet Governance... the World Economic Forum publicly states that they want to seize full control over the world, including all corporations and all information.

They also want to connect every person on earth to a “Digital Identity”, which will include their vaccination status. All who are not up to date with their umpteenth booster injection can be excluded from banking, the Internet, health care, working, transportation, gathering, and so on.

We saw test runs for this during the first pandemic - only the vaccinated were allowed to travel; in Israel, the unvaccinated could not enter supermarkets; in Nigeria, unvaccinated people could not access banking services. The same was tested in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, The Netherlands, and other countries. Countless people lost their jobs because they were not fully vaccinated. In Brazil, President Lula has stated that only fully vaccinated people can receive financial child support.

What does it mean to be “fully vaccinated”?

It means that several times a year, you are required to get any and all new shots being offered. Missing just one shot, even if you’ve had twenty already, throws you back to the status of being an unvaccinated individual with no rights.

This email is part of a series of emails that explain the agenda for world domination by financial elites. You can read the full report online. There you also find all the references. Please share this critical warning with others.

The Voice - The Final Bullet
The Voice - The Final Bullet

The Best Ever Compilation Of Liars and Tyrants

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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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