Monthly Archives: January 2015

Freedom to philosophize…

… is what I want. Care to disagree? To my face please. Not through air ducts in a mental hospital, not whispered through windows from across streets, not via any such manners, please. And if all you’ve got is “I … Continue reading

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Words worthy of …

There be a part of reality that can use foresight to promote freedom, goodwill, and even dream to reach the other side of the universe. It is not a rock. Not a tree. Call it an advanced monkey if you … Continue reading

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Winning your freedom stars with a visit to the quack ward

A.k.a., a strategy, the proliferation of which could serve as a protection against widespread abuses of power within and throughout mental health systems, at the very least in Ontario and BC. So when this comes to be used against you … Continue reading

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Why I didn’t say anything

The methods being used, if I were to describe them, are synonymous with what I would say when describing experiences of mental illnesses which prevent people from getting visas and which essentially completely destroy their credibility about anything. (I have … Continue reading

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Which is the real memory?

a) I stole a Swedish berry and ate it b) I stole money (one loonie from an envelope) from the offering plate then bought a bag of chips (ketchup) c) I stole a Butterfinger and gave half to Andrew (I … Continue reading

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What was the “revolution”?

I have already explained this, but since people seem excessively open to suggestion these days, I should say it again. As someone who has spent more time researching determinants of conflict than just about anyone in the world who does … Continue reading

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15 beers and one trip to the vomitoon later, some drunk friends pressure a virgin about his sex life. What did he say?

You all know the answer to that question. Why no one was allowed to tell me anything? So they could brainwash every hint of un-counter-vertible anything into my mind as reality. Basic principles of justice: The accussed has the right … Continue reading

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What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of abuse and child psychology?

From Wikipedia: Child sexual abuse or child molestation is a form of child abuse in which an adult or older adolescent uses a child for sexual stimulation. I have two siblings of similar age. (Another sibling is much younger, and … Continue reading

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Quoting quotes – on power, corruptability and corruption

Via David Henderson at Econlog. Citing someone else, via someone else’s Facebook: All governments suffer a recurring problem: Power attracts pathological personalities. It is not that power corrupts but that it is magnetic to the corruptable. Such people have a … Continue reading

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How much respect?

The amount of respect that the vast majority of people who invade my life have for what I want can only be measured in negative units. How many times have I explained why I never wanted it?

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