“Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater!” If only I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard this adage. Certainly that is not my intention and I don’t mean to dismiss all of science or mistrust all the experts.
The challenge I’m having is finding the baby in all that filthy bathwater. I’m tired of being lied to and preached at by experts. I realize many of them are well-meaning and some must surely be trustworthy. But then, if that’s truly the case, why are they not more critical of their professions and those in their professions who are spreading so much arrogance and disinformation? I left my teaching career because I could no longer tolerate my colleagues who were blindly following any orders from an administration who cared nothing at all about education. This is what happens when business and politics trump all other endeavors, no matter what the profession or institution.
I made a mistake in my last post, grouping the work of Michael Tsarion with the shell gamers. Perhaps I was wrong, again. In fact, my instinct is telling me he might very well be one of the decent ones navigating filthy waters. I’ll continue to support his work until I’m certain it’s no longer of value to me.
I am beginning to perceive the roots of the issue. It’s greater than greed in business; it’s deeper than the drug of power; it’s more complicated than the relationship between authority and submission. I’m not quite ready to formulate it in words yet, but it’s based in illusion and denial, our willingness to accept it and our propensity to create it. Maybe that’s already obvious to many, but still I need to reason it out for myself.
How could we expect it to be any different? We raise our children to believe in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the tooth fairy. We remove them from the natural world to sit in a room all day and learn about the unnatural world, the socially-constructed world–to memorize what men were their presidents and who won which wars on which days and various sciences full of lies. What a waste of precious time it is! Is it any wonder why so few seem to have any respect for nature and reality?!
What irritates me beyond measure is to read and hear lies and half-truths sold by the media to an uninformed and unobservant public about crucial issues that affect us all, like geo-engineering. To all those who are complicit in this shell game, may the shame of your actions haunt you for your lifetime. I don’t care what your good intentions are or aren’t, this is psychic torture y’all are perpetrating, along with the rape and pillage of our beautiful lands, seas and airs.
I blame the media, I blame the scientists and technocrats and politicians who are complicit or turning a blind eye, I blame those still not paying attention in the still-complacent public. And the next time some guru tries to tell me (again) to look in the mirror, meditate, or focus inward– I’m going to respond with a litany of expletives that would make a sailor blush.
Shame on you LIARS at Bloomberg–to pretend geoengineering isn’t already happening on a mass scale! I see through your reverse-engineering and social conditioning and demonic double-speak.
Guess what their “solution” is? Of course, global monitoring of the hazardous life-threatening experiments. Brilliant.
This week’s bread crumbs.
This is quite a good three-part series that just scratches the surface of the problem. Their “solution”–bet you can guess–more mass global monitoring of the problems. In other words, big data.
These are not natural clouds, stop lying and stop these experiments. We do not give our permission to be your lab rats.