Monthly Archives: February 2015

There is everything …

… and we are part of it.

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Survey of Western academics and free media

Please describe, in the plainest possible terms, changes which occurred in your teaching, studying and living situations from 2012 on. Please be specific if any harassment, staking, intimidation was involved, and whether you feel that the specifics of your research … Continue reading

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Verified “legal” water of the River Jordan

Potential marketing opportunity for Palestinian entrepreneurs? Verified legal means that it is confirmed that no participants in illegal settlement have profited from the sales.

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Political bias in psychological diagnosis?

Hypothesis Psychiatric institutions/diagnoses are in some cases abused to “destroy” potential rivals in politics. Methods – Contact all patients having previously received diagnoses of __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ _______________________ (all diagnoses where “hearing voices”, “feeling followed”, etc. apply). – give then … Continue reading

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Comparative fashion, 2012-2015

Women have long fussed about the right amount of cleavage or thigh-butt tightness of trousers for events ranging from a first date, to a night out with friends, a job interview, or the presentation that could make a career. New … Continue reading

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Oppression and radicalism

(old, un-fleshed out) Probability of radicalism increases with oppression, until it becomes complete oppression and then there is little radicalism which can become manifest. Intensity of radicalism in the average radical invididual increases, and as oppression starts to cause the … Continue reading

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Freedoms: with whom to speak, and not to speak

(old) The right to speak with anyone who also wants to speak with you. The right to decide not to speak with. The right to say “no, I do not want to speak with you”. The word harassment is easily … Continue reading

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What does it mean to write a letter against your prime minister?

Here are a few likely options: a) The individual does not support or represent the prime minister. b) The prime minister does not support or represent the individual. c) Various permutations and combinations of a) and b).   What does … Continue reading

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Soft drink tax

Why not? What’s the worst that can happen? Cambodia does it. Why not tax unhealthy soft drinks at 10-20%? Or 100% for that matter. Most of the price goes to advertising …

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Lessons from Campbellford, ON (from the past)

Keep it positive.   What harm could there be in that?   p.s. – I’d been dwelling on convincing by mental projection for people to suicide themselves, in response to some fairly hairy harassment that I’d been experiencing. This led … Continue reading

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