Friday, March 27, 2020

Apologies ... but I just can't take authority, even when coated with chocolate (which I luv) ...

Yes ... I am painfully aware that there's a monstrous virus killing off thousands of people all over the world, but more so of late in Italy, Spain, USA and Iran...  but like the story of the scorpion and the frog, where the scorpion's excuse. for stinging the frog and thus drowning both, is: "I am so sorry, it's in my nature" 

Same with me when it comes to authority: 
"I am so sorry, it's my nature to forever be against authority...I simply can't help it."

Sooo... in that vein I present here some who also can't take authority and believe 100% in total freedom of thought and movement.

Disclosure:  I am still going out every 3 or 4 days, but have started wearing a mask and gloves, (I avoid eye contact... out of something ... shame? hypocrisy? fear?  ...  can't put my finger on it) and "social distance" with the exception of fam, like ordered by the authorities.


 
Below is link to James Corbett's website and his numerous vids and articles on how those who rule over us can't be trusted.  It's a MUST VISIT as you will get a whole slew of more information from the commentators to his items.

James Corbett Report



IMO, I think most folks are of the opinion that if people have attained those high positions of authority, they must be intellectual giants...but that's often not the case and these people have got to where they are either because of their oratory skills or with the backing of plenty of money.  They can as easily be deceived as those they deceive (the public at large), either believing "their" deceivers or knowingly being source deceivers themselves.
At these strange times, what's one to think???

 

Peter van Buren at RonPaulInstitute
Wake Up! Your Fears Are Being Manipulated

I’m not worried about the guy coughing next to me. I’m worried about the ones who seem to be looking for Jim Jones.
Jones was the charismatic founder of the cult-like People’s Temple. Through fear-based control, he took his followers’ money and ran their lives. He isolated them in Guyana where he convinced over 900 of them to commit suicide by drinking cyanide-laced grape Kool Aid. Frightened people can be made to do anything. They just need a Jim Jones.

So it is more than a little scary that media zampolit Rick Wilson wrote to his 753,000 Twitter followers: “People who sank into their fear of Trump, who defended every outrage, who put him before what they knew was right, and pretended this chaos and corruption was a glorious new age will pay a terrible price. They deserve it.” The tweet was liked over 82,000 times.

The New York Times claims that “the specter of death speeds across the globe, ‘Appointment in Samara’-style, ever faster, culling the most vulnerable.” Others are claiming Trump will cancel the election to rule as a Jim Jones. “Every viewer who trusts the words of Earhardt or Hannity or Regan could well become a walking, breathing, droplet-spewing threat to the public,” opined the Washington Post. Drink the damn Kool Aid and join in the panic en route to Guyana...............





Brandon Turbeville at Activist Post
Why I Oppose the Lockdown

Although it was nearly twenty years ago, I can remember 9/11 like it was yesterday. I remember the shock of hearing about the planes crashing into towers, at first believing it was a tragic accident and quickly learning it to be otherwise. I remember being told that 19 hijackers, part of a fundamentalist plot to destroy America, were behind the attacks and that the mastermind was a man in a cave in Afghanistan named Osama bin Laden.
As all of America was glued to their television screens, many rushed out to give blood in an effort to at least do something to help one another. George W. Bush’s answer for Americans was to go to work and then go out and shop. Americans dutifully complied. But the government’s answer, in tandem with mainstream media, was also to be afraid. Very afraid. Americans also complied with this request, perhaps more than any other.
In the days and weeks after the initial shock, a college professor informed me about a bill called the PATRIOT ACT that would essentially eviscerate much of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. After class, I questioned him further about the bill, which he explained, and suggested that if I really wanted to understand what was happening, I should read 1984 by George Orwell. I went home and did just that and was surprised to learn that not only was he right, but that I was watching what I was reading happen in front of me in real life.

I watched as the fear of speaking your mind and saying certain words became known as freedom. I watched as Americans came to assume that their communications were listened to, frightened of what they said, but justifying it as they praised their country for being unlike the totalitarian governments of the past. Peace became war. Any suggestion that invading Afghanistan was wrong was unpatriotic. In fact, any criticism of the government was considered unpatriotic and anyone who valued freedom over temporary security was borderline a traitor........


Some of my tweets from March 18 - 24

History of Pandemics



Some of my tweets from March 12 - 17

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Some of my tweets from March 3 - 11



 

 

Monday, March 2, 2020

Some of my tweets from Feb 22 - March 2, 2020