Kubrick on the Moon Landings

Am unclear regarding the date of this interview or who conducted it. It reportedly preceded Kubrick’s death by only a week or two. He died from heart attack on 07 May 1999. Stanley Kubrick – Wikipedia

Inorganic Behavior – “Astroturfing”

I have noted for some time the inauthentic nature of many of the so-called movements and causes we see today. Unnaturally borne. Poorly thought out and, to me at least, so plainly manufactured. Inorganic I have called them, wondering why people are so easily persuaded and convinced. We find ourselves today in the midst of …

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Army Oath of Enlistment

There is talk that those who presently occupy government in the District of Columbia want the soldiers who guard them to take an additional oath of loyalty.  It is unclear exactly to whom or what this pledge is to be given. These men and women in the armed services have already sworn an oath to …

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More Transgender Histrionics

Too ridiculous for even the Twilight Zone… Actor John Cleese was recently excoriated on Twitter for saying that he still did not understand what the deal was with trans people. He is 81 years old, and he is unable to get his mind around it — the concept of ‘transgenderism’. For context, note that as …

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Autumn Leaves – 2020

Once again it is the season for those who both love the planet and hate it to join forces and rid their lawns of fallen leaves. Many will send their efforts to the landfill. You will be able to tell the ones who really care by the large brown paper bags they use to do …

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Ron Paul – Principled Leadership

Ron Paul recently had a mild stroke while doing his daily Ron Paul Liberty Report. It caused me to reflect on how he had influenced my thinking on politics years earlier; my thoughts on what role government should have in our lives. In an ongoing quest to learn more about economics, politics, and the markets, …

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A Multiverse of Truths

“We choose truth over facts.” — Joe Biden We might assume that this was just another Biden gaffe, and it probably was, but it speaks also perhaps to a larger problem, that of myriad “truths.” “Your truth, my truth, their truth.” This was always and ever sophistry, and I assumed that this was self-evident to …

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Ryan Dawson on Slavery and The Civil War

Facts that you will not hear today about slavery, the North and the South, Lincoln, the railroads, the Civil War, and more… 10:42 – ANC Report – 28 Jul 2020

Chuck Mangione: Feels So Good

People were sure a lot happier when I was a teenager. I often wonder if it had anything to do with the music. This song debuted in December of 1977, and you would hear it everywhere. The music of the time was still pleasing, organic and real. Analog, like the phones we used, the books …

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Racists and Homophobes Welcome Here

I saw a sign in front of a small business that said “Racists and Homophobes not welcome here.” Now if you feel the need to publish that, what does that say about you? If I was running a small business I think I would put up a sign that said “Racists and Homophobes welcome here, …

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Mistaking Indoctrination for Awareness

Today’s food for thought… I have friends and family members who look forward to becoming digitized zombies in the New World Order, and that’s great. “The world will always need ditch-diggers,” a friend of mine’s father once said, not necessarily as advice. Society will always need order-followers, those who do not spend too much time …

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“It’s not for me to judge”… more nonsense

According to the Chicago Sun-Times, 79 people were shot over the July 4th weekend, resulting in 15 fatalities. Yes, 79 people. Let that sink in for a moment. Resulting in fifteen murders. Eleven of the victims were minors, and two children died. One of the victims was a 7-year-old girl who was shot in the …

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I Have a Dream…

Many people are upset about a picture of “Aunt Jemima” on a label, but they haven’t given a damn for years that what’s inside the bottle is high fructose corn syrup. Mindless. All flash, no substance. I went to the Aunt Jemima website to get a list of the ingredients in their syrup… INGREDIENTS: CORN …

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Godless America Builds a New Religion

15:19 – Felix Rex (Black Pigeon Speaks) Black Pigeon has done previous installments on this same topic. I decided to post this one here to the main blog, along with some notes that were scratched out while I listened. This has all seemed so self-evident to me as I have watched it happen. I have …

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A Gen Z’er Speaks Out – Done with Your Bullshit!

Well said! The HYPOCRISY is Unbelievable! 💥 MUST WATCH & RT!!!! 👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/hH5aP9uk3c — TONY™️ (@TONYxTWO) June 22, 2020 One Gen Z’er Dares To Speak Out: “I’m Done With Your Bull$hit!” | Zero Hedge

Mass Outrage – Government is Not the Answer

“We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…” — Margaret Sanger, Founder of Planned Parenthood; 1939 It is no secret how Margaret Sanger felt or believed about eliminating the “black weeds” as she called them. So how come the ‘peaceful protesters’ are not burning down all the …

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Muslim Wants to Celebrate Against Homophobia

Daniel Haqiqatjou is a relatively popular Muslim apologist in America. He recently tweeted that in celebration of the International Day Against Homophobia they should throw some gay people off some tall buildings. “Fine,” I thought, in support of Islam. Maybe this is wrong, but who am I to judge? He was roundly criticized for this …

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Random Thoughts – Riots Compilation Post

a compilation of short posts to spacebook earlier this week… Last year 9 unarmed Black Men in the United States were killed by Police Officers. (Only 2, by the way, were apparently NOT resisting arrest). Using this statistic, the risk of an unarmed black man being killed in this country by a police officer is …

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Spain Sells Out to Bill Gates

The following article was sent by a friend. In reading about the “new normal” in Spain, and the partnership they have entered with Bill Gates, understand that even Gates himself is just a mid-level puppet for those who are actually worth trillions of dollars, not just billions. These are people whose names you will never …

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Random Thoughts – Calculus vs. Toilet Paper

this was another extemporaneous post last week to spacebook… I copy it here for whatever it’s worth… It’s funny, is it not, how every generation thinks it is smarter than the one before. Yet still no one knows for sure how they built the pyramids. Newton invented Calculus centuries before toilet paper itself was invented. …

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Engaging the Beast – Artificial Intelligence

I have read that the majority of comments on YouTube are bots (artificial intelligence). Isn’t that neat? You might keep this in mind if you ever choose to engage in the dialogue. Sometimes I wonder how many of my Facebook friends are bots. Sometimes I wonder even if I am. 🤔😎😉🙂 I think we are …

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Civil Society – Following the Amenities

An impromptu post to spacebook last week, copied here. Not particularly deep, just food for thought… There was a saying years ago that if you were not important enough to miss a phone call then you were really not very important. I have thought of this every time the last twenty years that I have …

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