Monthly Archives: August 2016

A good idea from China

I was doing the residential registration at the local police station (during my much shorter than planned time in the country), and observed a very simple idea that I like quite a lot. How simple? When you’re accessing a public … Continue reading

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Programmed associations finally make me much more certain about a certain detail

The word “obituary” pops up. And immediately (0.2-0.5 seconds?), an image of a laminated clipping of a family member’s obituary from a box that I haven’t looked in for eons comes to mind. At which point, I easily conclude that … Continue reading

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Clinton Foundation meetings at State. Is it a big deal? Well … what’s the Foundation up to anyways? Maybe it matters.

So, I’ve long stated that Republicans are ripping into Clinto for all the wrong reasons, suspecting that they didn’t go after her for other types of dodgy practices that they themselves do or want to do. For example, the $250,000 … Continue reading

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What else could possibly enter one’s mind when the word “purity” comes along than a pure white Arian race?

Yeah, because something like that would ever cross my mind independently. I derive my sense of worth from my skin colour and the bloody accomplishments of people dead 200 years already.

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76 visits to a one-page site from a single IP address

76 vists from the same IP address to a site (truthtopowers.org) with one single page and a handful of downloads? I dare say 134.249.65.218 may be a home of Nazi hackers. Perhaps they would be so kind as to send … Continue reading

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Ruminating on how racism would affect an excellent proposal regarding gender and pensions

I’m working on a translation on gender and pensions. Faced with the stunningly obviously fact that doesn’t seem to have crossed the minds of authorities or the general public (but which a decent share of women are at least notionally … Continue reading

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Deal no deal?

You are offered the following proposal. The state will monitor and record your every movement, word and thought. Whatever can be decoded form this information, will be used to form you as per the wishes of the state, and to … Continue reading

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Disposable as the new “environment friendly”?

My hotel room in Shanghai came with an “environment friendly towel” which you could purchase in the bathroom. There are other towels in the bathroom, but I forgot a towel, so I checked the specs to see if I should … Continue reading

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What happens if you are not prepared for psychological warfare until AFTER you’re already brainwashed?

What happens if you are not prepared for psychological warfare until AFTER you’re already brainwashed (or beaten down into a situation of Learned Helplessness)? Indeed, this appears to be the situation of perhaps 10% of the West, a much much … Continue reading

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Slave puppets, so-called Nazis, Zersetzung-style harassment, etc.

I flew from Toronto to Shanghai yesterday, with a transfer in Vancouver. Here is a short account of that with respect to slave puppets, Nazis (at present, there seems to be much less promotion of such thinking via synthetic telepathy … Continue reading

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