Tag Archives: evil government

Take Your Ball and Go Home

The issue will be our refusal to fit into the mythology. I hope by now that regular readers will understand that the heart-led way of faith makes it impossible for us to fit into the left versus right spectrum. We … Continue reading

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On Staying Out of Sight

The basis for oppression and control these days, and even more so in the future, is homogeneity of the population en masse. It’s the principle of herding, of reducing people to a commodity. To “commoditize” something means making all of … Continue reading

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Don’t Trust Big Tech

I’ve explained at length and repeatedly that nearly all human government these days is evil. Some are, at best, less evil. So there is no hope for a good future coming from the hand of government. Your best hope is … Continue reading

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May He Shine through You

From day one on this blog, all I’ve ever done is report what I see in moral terms. A few folks who see some of the same things have come alongside to help me promote this vision of what we … Continue reading

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Tiring of the Silly Stories

Let me clarify some things I wrote yesterday. Q is real in the sense it is real people working as a team with Trump. It’s almost certain that at least some of them are uniformed military people. However, they are … Continue reading

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Virtual Battlefield

There is no objective reality. There is only human experience and perception. The path of sanity for individuals and humanity as a whole is for perception to account for experience. It’s not a question of total accuracy because humanity is … Continue reading

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Watching Politics

Genuinely good people have no interest in ruling the lives of others. All political candidates bear some flavor of moral evil. As I’ve pointed out all too often, our current system of government, and our entire civilization as a whole, … Continue reading

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