Japan Says Sorry, But It Has to Dump This Radioactive Water Into the Ocean by Drewski in WorldNews
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Lots of voices, not much agreement
There are no more starfish around Vancouver Island. I've seen that myself, at least so far...
MLB Games To No Longer Require ID For Buying Alcoholic Beverages - The Babylon Bee by Tom_Bombadil in funny
This author has the most punchable voice I've heard in a year. Couldn't stand to listen, don't care what his message is.
Canadian dad who opposed child transition, defied court orders, taken into custody by BEB in SuperStraight
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I live quite close to this person, a hundred km or so. What amazes me beyond the effrontery of the judge's ruling is that it has almost no local reporting. There is a pretty efficient blackout within the nearby information systems, online and newspapers alike.
Which suggests to me that behind the scenes there is a strong agreement to affirm this attitude in the face of (what would be) popular opinion if people knew about it. How, how can this be? It flies straight in the face of everything human or even practical.
Even the father has not, to my knowledge, tried to maintain that the girl "cannot" do the sex change; the most available seems to be to ask that the decision to move ahead be delayed until the person who wants to trans has reached legal majority.
So even the idea that waiting four years to make your own decision legally, is to be prevented, silenced, deplatformed.
I've been saying for forty years that I'm baffled when the electorate in a democracy elects someone who works completely against their own interests; this matter takes that beyond baffling out into psychosis. Yet it passes for "society" .... I don't understand
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Paywall. No thanks. Can you archive or mirror?
Once a conspiracy, now reality: Sheila Gunn Reid interviews Keean Bexte from inside a COVID jail (13:44) ~ Rebel News by JasonCarswell in LockdownSkepticism
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Thank you, Jason. I actually saw this video yesterday, and I'm fairly familiar with Kean Bexte's basic approach. Most of the time I can't stand to watch till the end, it's always so aggressively partisan that no real value judgement is possible. Gotta say, it's hard to believe the execution of this Liberal Government idea should be so blatantly vicious and ugly. Shape of things to come, I fear.
Add that to your remarks about Ezra Levant, 99% of which I completely share, and it becomes as difficult to sift for the diamond as it is to listen to Alex Jones, to whom you compare him. I guess Ezra's a little more urbane than Alex, for what it's worth. But it's sleaze town most of the time, sleaze with good intentions. I mean, I'm on their side, kind of. Disgusting methodology though. "When did you stop beating your wife?" -disguised as "Asking The Hard Questions" .... -zen
For Our Own Good, We All Need a Glimpse of the Evil Queen. Excerpted from Beyond Order: 12 More Rules For Life by Jordan B. Peterson. by Chipit in JordanPeterson
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That was quite valuable, thank you. Like many other people, I've encountered Jordan Peterson facing his enemies, and heard him talk about the general energies of his study. This was a new aspect: the man himself in the pursuit of his own clarity, through the support and the needs of his counseling client. I'm not likely to buy the book, but I appreciate this demonstration of the attitude he takes when he's not having to arm-wrestle with someone who wants to vilify him.
All that resistance he experiences! I think it says far more about the limitations of his decriers than it does about him.
Is this the book that caused some of the staff of Penguin to quit in tears and pain? Histrionic bullshit, methinks.
Citing Censorship, Andrew Torba relocates Gab headquarters to the Dark Side of the Moon by christnmusicreleases in funny
Once there was a time when I would have checked to see if it was April 1st after seeing this
What if we replaced elected politicians with randomly selected citizens? by btd1 in whatever
I read a sci-fi story years ago: the premise was, leadership is selected by lottery like jury duty. If you're a qualified citizen, you must stand. Anyone evincing a desire for the job gets free counselling and is banned from holding office.
On another note, I once offered myself up for random jury duty, thinking I might learn something about the world. I was rather astonished at the mean tone with which I was rejected.
A pre-Phoenix look at Trump by Marginotions in The_Donald
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Ah, yes, sorry. I forgot about all the other links in your post. I was referring to the article by Sylvain LaForest, which I now see was from Nov. 2019. So much has happened since!
Now I feel the shadows are larger and darker, and Sylvain's suggestion of revelations that were to come now seem poignant.
My comment, "better get going; not lots left to burn" was more about the events since, the fraud, the betrayals, the seeming fumbling of the potential recovery team (read Patrick Byrne's tale of his experiences with Rudy Giuliani's bunch) ... it adds up to a slowly flattening tire.
I'm having a hard time imagining how one event (the CPAC address) could overcome the inertia of the whole storyline since. It's a great thought though.
Experts on Covid-19 "The question on everone's mind" and "We will not be silenced" [OracleFilms] by zyxzevn in CorruptScience
I've taken great care all my life to surround myself with the most intelligent people I can find.
Out of hundreds I might reach, two will even listen to me briefly; and one of those two doesn't buy it, thinks I'm crazy.
It's so hard...
This seems like a very cogent analysis. As on a few other occasions, I worry a little about any explanation that comes this close to revelation. "If you're really gonna do it, don't talk to anyone about it. Just do it."
Also seems to have been written before Covid struck, though I might be mistaken about that. Couldn't find a date.
Anyway, if the Phoenix is going to rise from the ashes, it had better get going; there's not a lot left to burn.
Republican Adam Kinzinger said he has faced harsh criticism since he voted to impeach Trump. “Look it’s really difficult. I mean, all of a sudden imagine everybody that supported you, or so it seems that way, your friends, your family, has turned against you. They think you're selling out,” he said. by Orangutan in politics
Hm, imagine that.
Scientists Want to Fight Climate Change by Blocking the Sun With Dust by format in news
It's just occurred to me looking at this pic, remembering back at all the years of "plastic surgery gone wrong" pics- that look, that "gone wrong" look, is the same every time, more or less. Hm.
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Hi, I'm guessing that you intended to type "very good idea" /s there; but I want to tell you I laughed more at what you did type. "seems to be a very idea". LOL, perfect. If I'd typed that, and seen it, I'd have left it. Kudos to you.
As in, "I can't even"
Can freedom be found in seasteading? by Tomoko in news
As short a time ago as the 1950's it might have worked, especially if you kept a low profile and shut up about it.
Now, nothing is private, nothing is unclaimed, there is no frontier. And no structure that would create a frontier.
I grew up with this poem: I wish I thought its essence was still possible. Alas, I don't anymore. Time for an extinction event, and starting again I think. And I'm not talking about some kind of "Mad Max" thing: I mean, fifty people left alive on the entire planet and start again, kind of thing.
Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936). Verse: 1885–1918. 1922.
“THERE’S no sense in going further—it’s the edge of cultivation,”
So they said, and I believed it—broke my land and sowed my crop—
Built my barns and strung my fences in the little border station
Tucked away below the foothills where the trails run out and stop.
Till a voice, as bad as Conscience, rang interminable changes
On one everlasting Whisper day and night repeated—so:
“Something hidden. Go and find it. Go and look behind the Ranges—
“Something lost behind the Ranges. Lost and waiting for you. Go!”
So I went, worn out of patience; never told my nearest neighbours—
Stole away with pack and ponies—left ’em drinking in the town;
And the faith that moveth mountains didn’t seem to help my labours
As I faced the sheer main-ranges, whipping up and leading down.
March by march I puzzled through ’em, turning flanks and dodging shoulders,
Hurried on in hope of water, headed back for lack of grass;
Till I camped above the tree-line—drifted snow and naked boulders—
Felt free air astir to windward—knew I’d stumbled on the Pass.
’Thought to name it for the finder: but that night the Norther found me—
Froze and killed the plains-bred ponies; so I called the camp Despair
(It’s the Railway Gap to-day, though). Then my Whisper waked to hound me:—
“Something lost behind the Ranges. Over yonder! Go you there!”
Then I knew, the while I doubted—knew His Hand was certain o’er me.
Still—it might be self-delusion—scores of better men had died—
I could reach the township living, but … He knows what terror tore me …
But I didn’t … but I didn’t. I went down the other side,
Till the snow ran out in flowers, and the flowers turned to aloes,
And the aloes sprung to thickets and a brimming stream ran by;
But the thickets dwined to thorn-scrub, and the water drained to shallows,
And I dropped again on desert—blasted earth, and blasting sky….
I remember lighting fires; I remember sitting by ’em;
I remember seeing faces, hearing voices, through the smoke;
I remember they were fancy—for I threw a stone to try ’em.
“Something lost behind the Ranges” was the only word they spoke.
I remember going crazy. I remember that I knew it
When I heard myself hallooing to the funny folk I saw.
’Very full of dreams that desert, but my two legs took me through it …
And I used to watch ’em moving with the toes all black and raw.
But at last the country altered—White Man’s country past disputing—
Rolling grass and open timber, with a hint of hills behind—
There I found me food and water, and I lay a week recruiting.
Got my strength and lost my nightmares. Then I entered on my find.
’Thence I ran my first rough survey—chose my trees and blazed and ringed ’em—
Week by week I pried and sampled—week by week my findings grew.
Saul he went to look for donkeys, and by God he found a kingdom!
But by God, who sent His Whisper, I had struck the worth of two!
Up along the hostile mountains, where the hair-poised snowslide shivers—
Down and through the big fat marshes that the virgin ore-bed stains,
Till I heard the mile-wide mutterings of unimagined rivers,
And beyond the nameless timber saw illimitable plains!
’Plotted sites of future cities, traced the easy grades between ’em;
Watched unharnessed rapids wasting fifty thousand head an hour;
Counted leagues of water-frontage through the axe-ripe woods that screen ’em—
Saw the plant to feed a people—up and waiting for the power!
Well I know who’ll take the credit—all the clever chaps that followed—
Came, a dozen men together—never knew my desert-fears;
Tracked me by the camps I’d quitted, used the water-holes I’d hollowed.
They’ll go back and do the talking. They’ll be called the Pioneers!
They will find my sites of townships—not the cities that I set there.
They will rediscover rivers—not my rivers heard at night.
By my own old marks and bearings they will show me how to get there,
By the lonely cairns I builded they will guide my feet aright.
Have I named one single river? Have I claimed one single acre?
Have I kept one single nugget—(barring samples)? No, not I!
Because my price was paid me ten times over by my Maker.
But you wouldn’t understand it. You go up and occupy.
Ores you’ll find there; wood and cattle; water-transit sure and steady
(That should keep the railway rates down), coal and iron at your doors.
God took care to hide that country till He judged His people ready,
Then He chose me for His Whisper, and I’ve found it, and it’s yours!
Yes, your “Never-never country”—yes, your “edge of cultivation”
And “no sense in going further”—till I crossed the range to see.
God forgive me! No, I didn’t. It’s God’s present to our nation.
Anybody might have found it but—His Whisper came to Me!
If the Eyes are the Window to the Soul... by christnmusicreleases in funny
Ah, I don't know anything about that.
Oregon Considering Bill for Emergency Seizure of Private Property by [deleted] in politics
Thanks for the link. Very well-organized lady, great mind. That's the best single layout of the whole thing I've seen yet.
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I think that's Jimmy Savile (deceased), the English comedian/entertainer/
benefactor of orphans or some such
Health Secretary Alex Azar resigning on Jan. 20 by Nemacolin in news
"Those that have ears to hear, let them hear" - Jesus Christ
I don't remember reading him mentioning the inverse of that statement...
Is it wrong to join an MLM? by RatherSmallPotato in whatever
replying to my comment in order to add a link: you probably saw this, it's just a few entries later than your question. In my opinion, something that was already questionable both morally and practically has now been taken into the stratosphere by something resembling Artificial Intelligence...
Maybe get some MLM people to approach you and see how you feel about it from the receiving point of view?
Where to discuss chemtrails that isn't years old and out of date? by [deleted] in conspiracy
Ah. I've never tried to comment (and truly, it's just grist for the mill for me, I read a lot without deciding anything about it)
As a contributory issue, you may be interested in an internet figure called "Electroverse- Documenting the next Grand Solar Minimum and Pole Shift" - the author doesn't mention Geoengineering but publishes a good deal of news around climate, as opposed to "climate change". Lots of graphs and current data reporting.
You didn't mention this person:
PLEASE READ: This is what happened yesterday and why. It was a classic Psy-Op against the American people. However, these Psy-Ops are totally preventable if we can learn the lessons from this one. by Aureus in conspiracy
Thanks, very well put.
There's new footage about that. The police removed the gates and welcomed people in. They were prepared inside the building: someone led a faction of photographers up two flights of stairs to get where they 'should be' .
Someone should follow up on those deaths and provide reliable evidence. Very sorry for them, and their families. But we have to know if we're being scammed. Don't know how to do that.
Replying to my own comment with a better format of the recommended link:
Sorry, that reformatted itself and I don't know how to fix it.
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One of the few individual solutions I can think of would be enjoying the decline, and participating in enjoyable pursuits rather than focusing on politics. Unfortunately, mainstream conservatives doing that is one of the main reasons we're here today.
One of the few individual solutions I can think of would be enjoying the decline, and participating in enjoyable pursuits rather than focusing on politics. Unfortunately, mainstream conservatives doing that is one of the main reasons we're here today.
That is so; I am puzzled as to solutions. I've lost friends and family because of mentioning the slightest hint of the things I see as self-evident. Have had to sit back and wait to see if developments prove me right. Except that will be far too late to avoid the situation planned for us. Far from showing interest, people recoil as if I'd bitten them. The strength of propaganda I suppose; yet I sit and wonder: if they are victims, what am I doing that is different from them?
Well one thing I suppose is I'm always interested in reasonable discussion, even if I don't buy the opposing argument. Not always possible. I've been angrily dismissed, even got hit once. Never raised my voice, never tried to belittle the other person...it is truly baffling. Conversations that would have been easy, even enjoyable, five years ago are now impossible. "Dismissed"! Slam.
Truly, we have competent adversaries. This very division has been their method at work, IMO.
You may have noticed this post, I found it shortly after seeing and answering yours. I believe there are ideas here that need to be taken on board.
As another facet of the topic, I have heard some, Dan Rubin in particular, suggest that 'wokeness' has become a religion, rather than a political approach; and as such is defended on faith and cult loyalty rather than any matter of fact. Which makes such people unapproachable, back to what I said before: you can't reason with someone who will not hear you. George Carlin, speaking of the Muslim encroachment (years ago, before the current diaspora) said, "They will win, you know. There is no defense against fanaticism, and fanaticism is entirely relentless."
It's such a broad perspective of damage.
Very true. You will have seen the meme running around that describes the wheel of history: "Strong men make good times: Good times make weak men: Weak men make bad times: Bad times make strong men."
It may be a matter of waiting for the wheel; I also have envisioned the Yin-Yang wheel in this respect. But I have pangs of sorrow for the generations it may take for that wheel to turn, and sorrow for the implacable narcissism that would be willing to sacrifice billions of people to a miserable fate, for the sake of their own comfort and salacious delight.
I've recently encountered a very spiritually minded lady who pointed out to me (again) that reaching out into consciousness, coming to an encounter with one's inner self, there is the knowledge that everything is perfect; nothing is ever out of place, no matter what it looks like; and it isn't our business to be occupied with the spiritual development of anyone but ourselves.
That's a pretty quiet spot in all this; I kind of envy her her nonchalance. I suspect she would be of the same mind right to the last breath of starvation. I find that worthy of respect, it's not my path but I get it.
The Ideology of Incorporation (LONG) by StillLessons in LateStageCapitalism
Thank you, I've saved your post to a compendium I'm making of thoughts on this matter...what we face. Or maybe "the Faceless that we face".
I wonder only about your last sentence, "Nobody enjoys being a cog in a wheel". IMO some do; to the point where they'll ignore unbelievable suffering and damage as long as they are not dislodged. Which is part of how we got here.
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Every now and then I hear public commentators mention that left thinking includes hive-mind organization, while right thinking possesses personal opinions rather than group goals. To put it another way, liberals are great at organizing, conservatives are pretty bad at it. Really we're talking about one's human nature. Some people are like that; some are not. Much grows from that truth.
@Aureus has made good suggestions and a well-thought-out post. I agree with almost everything here; but I don't see the key that will allow conservatives to be coherent; it is their nature to be individual rather than committed to a common vision.
Donald Trump could have been the one to weld conservatives into a single vision- but either he doesn't possess whatever it takes, or he has been so poisoned and subverted that his leadership has been rudderless. There's a study out there somewhere that found that over the past twenty years, political speeches have employed simpler and simpler language, and an increase in sentiments over facts.
I saw a clip this morning of Vladimir Putin talking about how American elections are all fine, but a couple of days afterward the elected person is visited by some men in black suits who tell him how it works. "Or else", if you're lucky. Not if you're not.
I have thought about the level of blackmail and terrorism that goes into those visits. If you are an official, and every time you don't do what you are told (like "stand down the police") one of your children or an uncle disappears...well. And people who inhabit Saidit will have heard about the international trafficking, rape and murder of thousands of children every year. Is it all bullshit? I don't know, I only have the internet; and though I don't watch TV, I bet I'd never hear of it there.
So we're at war against a merciless, honourless psychopathic machine that spurns "your democracy" as nothing more than a speed bump, if that. No progress can be made until the real enemy is exposed and addressed; more and more, I'm thinking that is a worldwide crime syndicate (a loose one but with concrete goals) funded and supported by the wealthiest people on earth...who somehow think they will be safe once the rest of us are subdued. Which is debatable.
We are at war, but not with each other. I see that as the central problem, beyond what @Aureus has said. Who is that, and where are they? That's what we need to know, before we begin assembling the response @Aureus recommends.
We have a small army of private journalists who are trying to tell us things. They endanger themselves regularly by digging into things that "aren't anyone's bussiness". The recent purges on Youtube and Twitter should tell you that. But as long as the Machine owns the government, the police and the courts, "proof" is just going to be brushed aside.
It's impossible to reason with someone who won't listen and doesn't care what you think. Who has the power to make you invisible in the larger world. So what now? It is already a war, just nobody wants to call it. And it's not with who you think.
2020 Roundup - What was a key thing you learned this year, fellow Saidit users? by hfxB0oyA in whatever
“The illusion of freedom will continue as long as it's profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater." - Frank Zappa
Opinion | I Was the Homeland Security Adviser to Trump. We’re Being Hacked. by AmericanMuskrat in news
In Leaked Audio, Julian Assange Warns Clinton State Department Lawyer About Cables Stolen From WikiLeaks by Trulytimes in politics
Why are we learning of this now? I saw a scathing remark elsewhere about Assange helping the State Department, but I think he was trying to keep human beings alive by not doxxing them.
I wonder what the cost in human life was from all that? And for what profit? A couple of headlines? Pretty pricey 15 minutes of fame.
WATCH: Cops Raid Wrong Home, Humiliate Naked Woman, Attempt to Keep Video Secret by Drewski in PoliceMisconduct
Firefox crashed and "having trouble relocating your session" - three times so far. This is about the third time this week Firefox has crashed when I clicked a politically or socially sensitive leak.
As Food Lines Grow, Gov't Gives $140M in COVID Relief to Child Traffickers, Murderers, Rapists by Drewski in news
I tried to look at this article, Mozilla crashed Firefox three times. What's going on?
Laura Loomer Blasts Republican Party Leadership for Being Hypocrites Who Are 'All Talk, No Action' on Censorship by scrubking in politics
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Great report on a woman of astonishing character. More power to them all, it's a damn big machine but it would be fantastic if she prevails.
Any recommendations for beach reads? by quickbeam in books
The "Johnson Johnson" series by Dorothy Dunnett. Whimsical spy vs. spy, maidens in distress, sun-drenched Europe long before any current crap started. Great storytelling.
Donald Trump Equates Nation of Islam with 'Radical Islam' by useless_aether in whatever
Thank you. I was being sarcastic, I guess. Thinking now of that meme where the girl is saying "It's the same picture."
What's your point?
COVID Illusion Crumbles With Floyd Contradiction, Unemployment Lie & US Gov's "New" Religious War (2:12:53) ~ The Last American Vagabond by JasonCarswell in Unrest
I can't listen to this guy any more. Even though I generally agree and approve his acumen and judgements, I haven't got this kind of time.
2:12:53? Nope. I have a life also. One I need to live hard while I've still got it, in view of all this.
I'm still subscribed, but I only read the title anymore.
Thoughts on police? by [deleted] in debatealtright
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I think we are all, worldwide, going to have to follow the wheel of history on its downward circle. To reform the police now would require a complete overhaul of society's moral fabric; which is torn and partly unraveled by design.
This gives me no pleasure, but I've seen it coming for years as society's softness and entitlement and unwillingness to seek real truth has allowed the rot to creep in. We're in the "weak men make bad times" part of the circle, and there's no way out but through. Not that it's any consolation, but I think we've hardly seen anything yet of how bad it could get.
I realize my comment is not directly about police; I say this as I do to show they are willing tools in the hands of people whose contempt for 'the rest of us' is bottomless. So the police can be expected to release their psychological poison as they have been programmed to do.
It's a mark of our naivety as a Western society, with our kind and forgiving social contract, that we would allow things to get this far. In a way I take some pride in that- it means we were able to have empathy and understanding of others for long enough to establish a high level of social trust, at least at one point in history. Proves it can be done; we're going to have to start all over.
I take it some of you have questions. I've come to answer them. by 369 in whatever
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Something happened to the formatting there, sorry. Hope you can read it.
What to touch upon?
I've spent the rest of my life wondering what might have happened if I had not 'failed the exam'. It always seemed like a double-edged sword; being successful would have meant abandoning morality and civility for my fellow man. Not being successful left me as I have been; a slave rather than a controller, but with a controller's ambition.
The current situation where we've all been scared into house arrest by what appears likely to be one of the biggest criminal conspiracies of all time, is a metaphor for the price of failure. Nonetheless, I believe success would have been even more damaging ultimately to my soul, though it seemed like an exciting prospect and it appealed to my ego at the time.
Nowadays we use words like 'psyop' to describe that kind of directive psychology; but there was an occult quality to it as well that I didn't understand, and still don't. Was I involved in "neuro-linguistic programming"? Is there a psychic overlordship that operates in and out of this time structure? What part does decision play in creating one's reality? What are other dimensions like, and how do they operate in resonance with this one? Stuff like that.
In the end, and I'm fairly close to the end now, I can't figure out whether I missed an adventure or dodged a bullet.
Officer DEMANDS Justice and Responsibility. Lines Being Drawn, Time To Choose by Hellothereawesome in WorldNews
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A heartfelt guy- the powers that be are betting (hoping) there is no line that will be drawn, that we'll sink into passive slavery without a word against them.
On the other hand, they have their bunkers so whatever. And AI to shine down with a bright light over the land.
A Hard Rain’s A‐Gonna Fall
Oh, where have you been, my blue-eyed son
And where have you been, my darling young one
I've stumbled on the side of twelve misty mountains
I've walked and I've crawled on six crooked highways
I've stepped in the middle of seven sad forests
I've been out in front of a dozen dead oceans
I've been ten thousand miles in the mouth of a graveyard
And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, and it's a hard
It's a hard rain's a-gonna fall
Oh, what did you see, my blue-eyed son
And what did you see, my darling young one
I saw a newborn baby with wild wolves all around it
I saw a highway of diamonds with nobody on it
I saw a black branch with blood that kept drippin'
I saw a room full of men with their hammers a-bleedin'
I saw a white ladder all covered with water
I saw ten thousand talkers whose tongues were all broken
I saw guns and sharp swords in the hands of young children
And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, it's a hard
It's a hard rain's a-gonna fall
And what did you hear, my blue-eyed son?
And what did you hear, my darling young one?
I heard the sound of a thunder that roared out a warnin'
Heard the roar of a wave that could drown the whole world
Heard one hundred drummers whose hands were a-blazin'
Heard ten thousand whisperin' and nobody listenin'
Heard one person starve, I heard many people laughin'
Heard the song of a poet who died in the gutter
Heard the sound of a clown who cried in the alley
And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, it's a hard
It's a hard rain's a-gonna fall
Oh, what did you meet, my blue-eyed son?
Who did you meet, my darling young one?
I met a young child beside a dead pony
I met a white man who walked a black dog
I met a young woman whose body was burning
I met a young girl, she gave me a rainbow
I met one man who was wounded in love
I met another man who was wounded with hatred
And it's a hard, it's a hard, it's a hard, it's a hard
It's a hard rain's a-gonna fall
And what'll you do now, my blue-eyed son?
And what'll you do now, my darling young one?
I'm a-goin' back out 'fore the rain starts a-fallin'
I'll walk to the depths of the deepest black forest
Where the people are many and their hands are all empty
Where the pellets of poison are flooding their waters
Where the home in the valley meets the damp dirty prison
And the executioner's face is always well hidden
Where hunger is ugly, where souls are forgotten
Where black is the color, where none is the number
And I'll tell it and think it and speak it and breathe it
And reflect it from the mountain so all souls can see it
Then I'll stand on the ocean until I start sinkin'
But I'll know my song well before I start singin'
And it's a hard, it's a hard, it's a hard, it's a hard
It's a hard rain's a-gonna fall
Songwriters: BOB DYLAN
[–]kazenmusic 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
When I was about 20 (more than 50 years ago) I seemed to be offered some kind of enlightenment. It would be based in part on contempt for my fellow man and disregard for his fate, but the powers that would be granted would be superior talent and capability, the ability to bend others to my will and control things like business outcomes, possibly the ability to bend time to some extent, possibly the opportunity to occupy several different realities, a program of ongoing training, and a lot I didn't perceive properly or can't remember.
There was a certain amount of resonance with the ideas around angels and devils, and some kind of relationship with insects and birds; as though those equations were similar to political parties vying for power, let's say.
I failed to be accepted. There was something I couldn't understand, something I should relinquish that I could not freely part with. I think I wouldn't have agreed anyway, but at the time I don't believe I thought I had access to whatever that was anyway. The whole process took a number of months as I measure time, and ended with an emotional collapse (a 'nervous breakdown') from which I've never fully recovered, though I went on to a full and satisfying life.
I've always said to myself that I'll have some questions for Saint Peter when I meet him at the gate; but in the meantime I might as well ask you, since you appear to have about an equal measure of arrogance. Have you some ideas about all this that you could explain to me?
Tensions Are Increasing Between Venezuela and the United States Over An Attempted Coup by CompleteDoubterII in WarWatch
You might want to proofread this. I think I'm being told that the ex-Green Beret is named Jordan, but it is not easy to make the connection.
The Multitude of Agendas Linked With The 5G Network, Artificial Intelligence and The Internet of Things. by seanspeaks in Documentaries
Haven't had a chance to follow up, but I've saved all your links. Thank you for this powerful job of research! By the time I've looked at all this, I may be able to answer your question. So far I've seen little evidence that my fate is even worth mentioning in the face of this much programming. Do I think it's a good idea? What difference does it make what I think?
Tucker: Why isn't the ACLU fighting for our liberties? by faustri in tucker
[–]kazenmusic 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
"Someday soon, we will deeply regret letting all this happen."
So let me get this straight. by logicalfallacy in SaidIt
I'm Canadian. Would be interested to see your show. Thanks.
[–]kazenmusic 9 insightful - 2 fun9 insightful - 1 fun10 insightful - 1 fun10 insightful - 2 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
Authoritarian rule appears to have become the new world religion overnight. I guess the motto is, "It doesn't matter what happens to you. But I must end up on this side of the fence." The depopulation program (virus, as a first shot in the war on people) is causing a lot of scrambling for survival, and the real authoritarians are safely distant.
People like George Soros, Bill Gates, the Clintons, Merkel, Macron, Bezos, Zuckerberg, et al. are frontmen; program supervisors. And there are thousands of people, from ordinary workers seeking security in a job, to world state Governors, Justin Trudeau, and many world leaders, lining up to help them step on their fellow humans, for whom they have only contempt. That's you and me, bub.
The society depicted in The Hunger Games is just around the corner...with a less likely ending, if you can imagine that. Disarmament, disenfranchisement, and economic ruin of citizenry are necessary steps, but the imbalance of technology is already so great that it's hard to imagine a free world as an outcome of this contest. The forest beyond the fence in the movie, where the heroine honed her hunting skills, will be unavailable because nowhere will escape full surveillance. (That was likely a continuity glitch in the movie, anyway.)
A new world order is appearing, that will have to live out its age and collapse like all previous empires, from within. But brace yourself. It could take quite a while, even as Earth measures these things.
It's all impressions from the Internet; so judge accordingly. My sources are Amazing Polly, Corbett Report, The Last American Vagabond, YouAreFreeTV, and a few others. I'm not free to express any of these ideas among friends or family; I've lost a few friends. It's been suggested that I have dementia (I'm rather old) or schizophrenia. People don't seem to have the mental framework to take in this view. Or maybe they're right! (grin)
And, I dearly hope I'm wrong! My best to you all, and thanks, OP.
Specifically what is this sub for. Please add a sidebar description so people don't have to ask in the future. by [deleted] in whatever
I thought at first you were joking: as I understand it, it's for whatever doesn't fit somewhere else, the 'leftover topics' file. Hence the title. Likely to end up pretty random, yeah
Border Guards from #Poland, #Austria and #Portugal have now reached Greece to help guard the border. All 3 countries who have fought defensive wars against expansionist Islamic empires by useless_aether in Twitter
I'm glad to learn of this. Another unacknowledged war; it's bothered me that Greece has been having to take the waves of invasion alone.
"Conspiracy mindset" by Robin in ConspiracyTheory
[–]kazenmusic 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
Isn't that odd- the picture seems much like a Gary Larsen cartoon, a little muzzy in execution- but that's not Larsen's signature, surely? (Confirming the mindset, haha)
Tyrannical Governor Phil Murphy Bans Annual Drive Through Tulip Farm — Threatens to Arrest Farmer if ONE CAR Drives Through by RickC-137 in news
[–]kazenmusic 4 insightful - 2 fun4 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 2 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
So one grower is refused permission to operate, while another in the same state is given free rein? Gonna be a hard position to defend when it comes to the lawsuits. You have to wonder if there's bad blood between them from the past. But who would be so stupidly transparent, while at the same time misusing legislative power?
Canada, U.S. agree to extend border closure | One America News Network by RickC-137 in news
Dead link: also, untrue. See "Roxham Road border crossing"
Investigative journalist Harry Vox filmed 2014 by salvia_d in conspiracy
This is fascinating in retrospect. I wish I had more votes to give, to make it noticed.
Just created my account! by BlueShoes in Introductions
[–]kazenmusic 4 insightful - 3 fun4 insightful - 2 fun5 insightful - 2 fun5 insightful - 3 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
Michigan Man with Coronavirus Has Near-Death Experience – Is Saved by Hydroxychloroquine Treatment… Then UNLOADS on Liberal Gov. for Denying Life-Saving Drug to the Sick by RickC-137 in news
If I were a screenwriter, this would be a useful way to foreshadow (as my plot unfolds) how my nation's enemies worked to keep useful treatments away from my planned pandemic assassinations.
QAnon - "The Storm" by Orangutan in politics
23 hours since your post and no comment whatever? Crickets.
If there's anything here, it's not a moment too soon.
George Carlin - Germs, Immune System by Orangutan in funny
[–]kazenmusic 2 insightful - 3 fun2 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 3 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
Man's a saint.
How to Practice Proper Social Distancing - #PropagandaWatch by Tom_Bombadil in propaganda
[–]kazenmusic 7 insightful - 2 fun7 insightful - 1 fun8 insightful - 1 fun8 insightful - 2 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
Very good reflections on the situation. Don't forget what is being done, as we'll have to laboriously dismantle all this in a few months. Right? Like brushing your teeth, it shouldn't be difficult to roll it all back... /s
Voting is a shameful Act ; Welcome to the Corporation ; it never was yours ; Ron Paul the Payster by Jesus in conspiracy
Can't get it to play in Canada: server or network failed or format not supported
How to get rid of Dandruff - Wooomania by Wooomania1 in womenblogs
Thank you! I don't have dandruff, but my head is sometimes itchy. I'll try some of those home remedies...
Amid Coronavirus and Toilet Paper Shortages, the Bidet Has Gone From Household Luxury to Emergency Essential by crazy_for_swayze in whatever
I made a DIY version by re-purposing the handheld shower portion of my bathtub outlet. Works great, cost me $12 for parts. Less convenient than the $700 fixture, but you can't have everything...
Oprah and friends by RickC-137 in memes
Tip of the iceberg. I bet there are ten times more we don't know about. And then there are their employees....
10yo Boy Handcuffed, Arrested, Charged with Felony for Playing with a Nerf Bow and Arrow by Drewski in PoliceMisconduct
A saidit formatting oddity, how can I fix it?
2 years ago by kazenmusic to /s/AskSaidIt from self.AskSaidIt
Billionaire Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos pledges US$10 billion to combat climate change by supertms38 in WorldNews
"Climate change" is a euphemism for "limit the actions and wealth potential of anyone under the billionaire threshold"...as George Carlin said, "What they want is more for them and less for anybody else"...I guess Jeff realizes he's going to have to pay something to buy that...I wonder what 10 billion dollars US represents in terms of his yearly earnings? 3%? 5%? Cheap at twice the price.
I read an interesting statement yesterday..."It's 2589 B.C.E. You, who are immortal, decide you will save the equivalent of $10,000 every day, and you begin to do so.
Fast forward to 2020: you've been saving $10,000 every day for all these years: and you have amassed about 1/5 of what today's top 5 billionaires have for wealth."
(This just from memory, could be somewhat different from the original, but you get the idea)
"When one person suffers from delusions, we call it a mental illness. When society suffers from them, we call it being normal." by O_G_P in Antipsychiatry
"Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you."
Shadow buying USA real estate by jamesK_3rd in news
Best of luck. But as George Carlin once said, "Power does what it *&&# wants". I suppose almost all of us have been meaningless in the larger picture, practically forever...but it's so annoying to have your face rubbed in that fact.
"Who Will Watch The Home Place?" -Kate Long by kazenmusic in Poetry
[–]kazenmusic[S] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
It's a song, done by several musicians, Laurie Lewis among them. But it stands alone very well I think.
"Who Will Watch The Home Place?" -Kate Long
2 years ago * by kazenmusic to /s/Poetry from self.Poetry
Your attention is your most valuable resource by magnora7 in magnora7
[–]kazenmusic 5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 1 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
As philosophy, these ideas work very well and are admirable. I'm happy to agree to that point.
In terms of modern experience I think to ignore, or not pay attention, to an unfortunately growing number of topics only leaves psychopath malefactors free to act without scrutiny- or to put it another way, the bastards can get away with anything at all if we don't keep an eye on them.
I feel responsibility to try to keep informed about some things; it would be so unfair if no one even knew what those schemers are up to.
To recap: it would be great to be like that, if I could live with myself.
Fish All Gone! Gulf of Alaska Fishery to Close for the First Time Ever: No More Cod: Salmon All but Gone: Millions of Small Sea Birds Died Since 2015 by codedtestament in WorldNews
"Global warming, climate change, yabba yabba"
Not a word, never a single word, about Fukushima
What the C.I.A.’s Torture Program Looked Like to the Tortured by Nemacolin in news
Is there a mirror? Not registering, thanks
Do You Agree With These Rankings? by sportinsider in offbeat
I get a "Deceptive Site" warning from Firefox
USA Today bestselling author who wrote about corruption inside the vaccine industry, found dead two gunshots to the head. by Orangutan in politics
I can't think of a more powerful gesture of contempt for every one of you. You are hated and reviled, in case you hadn't noticed.
Who is Canberra's "secret prisoner"? by TheWebOfSlime in Intelligence
What a fool I am. When I read the headline, I wondered if in spite of everything, Australia had winkled Julian Assange out from under all those warhogs and brought him home.
Improvising in the style of bach by john3 in music
Very good, and well done.
I seem to remember reading that Bach himself used to improvise on his stuff at parties and such?
Always have enjoyed the idea that it should be possible to improvise classical music just as one does with jazz.
5 years ago: Feminist activists hold naked protest praising Bomber Harris. They did never get punished for this insult. Now I praise Trump and hard Brexit. Tit for tat. by Xena in propaganda
Where is everybody? by Otacon in SaidIt
Well I left because of Ip2 and Incels. Just checking back today after a couple of weeks; it does seem a bit more under control, but I'm not risking another baptism like that. Check ya in a month.
Edit: it's been less than two weeks since I checked. Sorry for the mistake.
Can you tell me about your religious belief? by [deleted] in AskSaidIt
It's a joke...worshipping procrastination..that's why I said, "I'll get around to it one of these days" (not originally my own line; but I laughed when I heard it)
Hi, good to meet you. I'm planning to be a Procrastian, one of these days...
[–]kazenmusic 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
There is only one being in the universe, and we are tiny components of it.
It has no volition: meaning it's not good, or bad. Things happen by chance and by choice, beautiful and ugly, and there is no naming or controlling any of it outside of our own choices. Even those choices are restricted by our limited understanding; but that doesn't mean we're not a part of it, as much as any rock or tree or ocean. All those things, including us, have being.
One of the great lines of my life came from "Hotel California" by the Eagles; "You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave."
We choose the world we live in every day by waking up.
Hemp Batteries powering the way for a bright, relaxed, and high new world; yeah!... No really, hemp batteries?! by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace
Hey you, I like your attitude. Back in the 1960's a girl told me a fable about how a whole society of people discovered if they pumped really hard they could get themselves off the ground.
They went on pumping until they were out of sight in the sky, leaving behind a few people on the ground who couldn't be bothered with that shit.
Those ground people went on to reinvent the world, without the pumpers. Makes sense to me, as a parable at least.
Sympathy For The Devil—Can you guess his name? It starts with an "R" by hennaojisan in music
All these years and I never realized. Thanks. I was sleeping...
Also, I never thought of them as having courage.
Not good people, but that doesn't make them wrong.
Stan Rogers - Northwest Passage by send_nasty_stuff in 3rdmusic
The only public figure whose death I've personally grieved. I guess that was selfish in a way, I was so sad that all the future songs were lost.
Hello, just wanted to say, I appreciate our diversity of thought here. by One_Jack_Move in Introductions
I remember reading something years ago about the nature of one's experience in approaching truth; at first you might recoil from an electric shock, another time you will forget what you came for, another time you will rail and kick the boards of your self-imposed playpen; someday, when you've tried everything else, you'll just take it in, without judging.
And once a wise man said to me, "At some point you have to realize that you're going to be watching lambs led to slaughter, and know there's nothing to be done about it."
[–]kazenmusic 9 insightful - 1 fun9 insightful - 0 fun10 insightful - 0 fun10 insightful - 1 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
There's an aspect of Saidit (and similar sites) that is not discussed much; for me, it boils down to "Be a good audience", by which I mean that posters with quality things to say deserve a good response. Whether you agree or not, part of the deal here is to have something to say (when it seems right to you) - dialogue is the point.
Are We on the Verge of Another Civil War? by dcjogger in news
I'd suggest the 'war' is already underway and has been for some time. What is missing is the energy to abandon one's security of home, food and clothing and actually go to war; so we have weekend warriors who attend each others' events with the idea of causing trouble.
I saw a meme the other day that was apt: "False outrage- so hot right now", over a picture of city denizens from The Hunger Games.
Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange is to remain in prison when his jail term ends because of his "history of absconding", a judge has ruled. by r721 in WikiLeaks
[–]kazenmusic 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
When the judge looks in the mirror, what does he see?
Northern Utah. by Anticapitalist in Earth
"Cognitive abilities are negatively related to right-wing." What does Saidit think about this study? by althekemist in Psychology
(Sigh) The ideas are not worthy of comment. However, thank you OP for pointing it out...the words in my head are "glazed sleaze"
Update on Julian Assange from John Pilger: by salvia_d in conspiracy
The comments in the posting say it all. Thanks for posting.
Allo! Your name is /u/seanmontoya. You spam my forum, prepare to die. by VantaFount in saiditCleanup
[–]kazenmusic 1 insightful - 4 fun1 insightful - 3 fun2 insightful - 3 fun2 insightful - 4 fun - 2 years ago (0 children)
First time I've ever wanted to write, LOL ~! Thanks!
Interesting policy document: "Towards a Multi-ethnic Ireland." Who would come up with such a thing? Strange name for the author. Doesn't sound Irish at all? Hmmm by Jesus in conspiracy
And I remember reading that a (wealthy and contributing) faction of the US Christian religious population is being urged to support and fund the Jewish world disorder campaign, in order to bring on the end of days and the return of Jesus Christ.... it's a war of ideas, in part. Ultimately doesn't matter if it makes sense, only that one agree and act. Kind of like the statement, "Magic begins with imagination".
“Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.” -Carl Jung. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy
I'm thinking about the (possibly satirical) concept that in writing fiction, there are only 32 plots:
If I understand this quote correctly together with your comment, I would expect to find that my inner motivations and thought processes are parallel to archetypal patterns of behaviour and thought?
Guess I'm thick, it's too vague for me to take in. I imagine Carl Jung knew what he meant; perhaps the friend to whom he wrote knew. I find it abstruse, not that I think it's wrong, but how shall I apply this?
spamapspamaps by VantaFount in saiditCleanup
Hey, a palindrome!
Trump’s Justice Department Lets Lois Lerner Off The Hook by dcjogger in politics
<“Today’s decision does not mean Lois Lerner is innocent. It means the justice system in Washington is deeply flawed,” he added.>
That sounds about right. Now what?