Category Archives: sanity

Snakes in the Grass — Followup

If you took the time to read that long MintPress report linked in yesterday’s post, you may still be struggling to absorb the whole thing. I wouldn’t blame you. Had I not already brushed up against some of this, I’m … Continue reading

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Keeping Track of Snakes in the Grass

It’s more than a matter of privacy; the electronic spying has already led to false positives and innocent people being persecuted. Let me recommend this rather long story about spying via 911 call services in the US. Keep in mind … Continue reading

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Embrace the Doom

You may not have anything to gain by reading this, but I really need to write it for my own sanity. On this blog, it’s a given that the mainstream media is lying. Not just the so-called “liberal press,” but … Continue reading

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Good People?

Sometimes you have to state the obvious. Western minds are obsessed with the question of what defines a good person, and how we become good people. The biblical approach is completely different. The underlying assumption is that there are no … Continue reading

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It’s Only Going to Get Worse

The noise about the fires in the Amazon watershed in Brazil is just noise. A critical claim in this noise is that the Amazon rain forest is the lungs of the earth. This extravagant claim is based on the idea … Continue reading

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Filtering News

The basic question is: What would it take to prove the claim in a court of law? Context is everything. The logic of news filtering rests firmly on the foundation of knowing your mission and calling in life. There are … Continue reading

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Own the Solutions

As the billionaires flex their power to censor the Internet, our strategy is two-fold. First is the issue of technology. They can hinder the masses, but they can’t stop everyone. More precisely, the cost of blocking the masses is relatively … Continue reading

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