Cultural Degradation

Compare and Contrast:

 

 

It’s like comparing bathtub gin to champagne, and it’s embarrassing to me as an American that this craft-less, clue-less, style-less dance is what we are currently trying to pass off as art.

If the entire world is laughing, that is the best reaction to it I can imagine, I am laughing with y’all!

Might we start with some standards, at least?

 

and right, white man can’t dance.  One of the biggest lies they ever tried to sell in this country.

 

Endless War Has Been Normalized And Everyone Is Crazy — Caitlin Johnstone

Since I last wrote about the bipartisan shrieking, hysterical reaction to Trump’s planned military withdrawal from Syria the other day, it hasn’t gotten better, it’s gotten worse. I’m having a hard time even picking out individual bits of the collective freakout from the political/media class to point at, because doing so would diminish the frenetic…

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Senate Hearing US Military Will Use Weather as a Weapon on AMERICAN Citizens — Aircrap.org Monitoring the Planned Poisoning of Humanity

Wisconsin Senator Herb Kohl – The U.S Military Will Use … The post Senate Hearing US Military Will Use Weather as a Weapon on AMERICAN Citizens appeared first on Aircrap.org Monitoring the Planned Poisoning of Humanity.

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Sweden Warns Every Single Household to Prep for War — US Issues

By Daisy Luther – Re-Blogged From Freedom Outpost The government of Sweden has produced a 20-page pamphlet which they’ll be sending to each of the 4.8 million households in the country urging them to get prepared for…WAR. Although they haven’t been at war for over 200 years, for some reason, right now, they want their […]

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If You Murdered A Bunch Of People, Mass Murder Is Your Single Defining Legacy — Caitlin Johnstone

Thought experiment:Think of an acquaintance of yours. Not someone you’re particularly close to, just some guy in the cast of extras from the scenery of your life. Now, imagine learning that that guy is a serial murderer, who has been prowling the streets for years stabbing people to death. Imagine he goes his whole life…

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True Feminism — Caitlin Johnstone

“True feminism works to untangle all the toxic, pernicious knots in social consciousness one by one, leaving no norm unquestioned and no default assumption untested, since the reality of patriarchy is interwoven throughout every single aspect of society without exception. Fake feminism leaves all the male-programmed default settings in place, then adds on a few cosmetic accessories like equal pay for equal patriarchal work.”  CJ

I am going to begin this essay with some nerd lore.In JRR Tolkien’s Middle Earth, elves are an immortal race of staggering beauty, deep wisdom, rich culture and advanced magical propensity. The elves often find themselves at odds with the orcs, a hideous race who live for violence and destruction. In Tolkien’s The Silmarillion, it…

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When I ran for Congress: insights — Jon Rappoport’s Blog

“It was my first experience in seeing, up close and personal, New Age thinking deployed to deplete energy, erase moral outrage, and promote endless conversation as a way to postpone action. In its more extreme version, New Age thinking has the goal of making people feel guilty about their own anger. It’s quite a fabrication. It’s mind control.”

(In my experience of the New Age movement that’s exactly what I saw too, Jon.)

by Jon Rappoport November 13, 2018 (To join our email list, click here.) “I met with one nutritional-supplement-company president, a self-involved oaf who bragged about his expensive tastes, his vacations, his large house. His main advice (he didn’t back my campaign with a donation) was to see his tailor and have him make me a […]

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