Monthly Archives: September 2017

Highlights from a trip to the #1 learning centre in the country, for an event about non-violent approaches to addressing conflict

1) Democracy is totalitarianism because there are (social) classes. (The male who made the statement approached the female presenter afterwards, diving with little interruption into questions of misogyny.) 2) Democracy is when everyone I disagree with or don’t like the look … Continue reading

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Which infamous 20th century figure’s thinking is most consistent with the following?

Trying to rule every individual’s little micro decision on the basis of a potential one-penny benefit to the public pursue is “wise benevolence” and the job of an economist is to yes/no answer questions of whether a policy increases or … Continue reading

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A ban on monkey and gorilla images for underage youth could promote inter-group harmony

Not only is teaching evolution to children offensive to the sensibilities of some Christian communities, it also brings many pictures of monkeys and gorillas into the situation. This presence of visualizations of monkeys and gorillas establishes the possibility of comparison … Continue reading

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Could missile shield R&D tip the balance against use of possible-best non-military approaches to denuclearization of the Korean peninsula?

There is a certain US interest towards North Korea continuing or expanding its nuclear threats (by which I refer to testing and capacity, not whatever words emanate from whose mouth), because it provides reason to develop and/or deploy missile defense … Continue reading

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THANKFULLY, it will be quieter soon

“Don’t worry, it’ll be quieter soon,” in response to a complaint regarding progressively partial syllabization leading towards a secret language of mental torture comprised of tapping and partial grunts. Of course, if one were to mention such a thing, the … Continue reading

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Highlights from Frontline’s “American Terrorist”

Among other things which would tend to suggest legitimacy of some variety of conspiracy theories which indicate that USA-originated brainwashing is behind at least some share of terrorist activities internationally, the reference to psychological torture is also worth mentioning. It … Continue reading

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Mandatory public service activities in support of a ‘million maybe leaders’

For national security and broader public wellbeing reasons, when speaking (or pretending to speak) on one’s phone one is at all times to maintain heightened vigilance for the possibility that some criminal or deviant of any sort is presently the … Continue reading

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Sovietesque: Willingness to turn in or slander any one any time for any true/untrue and/or known/unknown reason(s)

Sovietesque: A term which enables to speak of certain realities without having to face the inordinately internal and domestic nature of certain practices of the present day which are fundamentally similar to practices claimed of Soviets presumed by at least … Continue reading

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Who will police those who use paper mail?

After dropping off some volume of mail, not all of which in the first of several postal boxes enroute, I was followed by some individual who then called out in a threatening vocalization saying “I am the police.” While the … Continue reading

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Reference plausibility = state-complicit brainwashing power

Religious clerics are a reference option if applying to military, therefore “the church” has the formal backing of the state in enforced brainwashing. I learned this from a very angry sounding guy, apparently speaking on a cell phone, expressing about … Continue reading

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