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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Peace

Peace

By Rebel Mind
Protagonize.com
July 30, 2015

My mind is free, so I'm opinionated
So don't think I'll be swayed or intimidated
I'm too sophisticated to be manipulated

Or care about what you care about
Can't defy nature no matter how you scream or shout

Because the world is always brightened
I seek knowledge, to always be enlightened
To build a sixth sense while the rest are heightened

Try to hustle and be silent it's an art to be refined
To do things like achieve world peace
Those are peaks I wish to climb
World peace in the world is what the world wants to find
You would think we'd find it, like we need peace to be defined

Peace and Love will save mankind
But you can't have peace because man ain't kind

No rest for the weary
But it's bliss for the blind
Lets you know peace is simply a state of mind

But why is it that something so simple is so hard to achieve
Because people so close minded refuse to receive

Whether it's a piece at a time
Or a piece of humble pie

It's like peace is a crime
Because you're only at peace when you die

http://www.protagonize.com/poem/peace--freedom

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Technocracy And The Scientific Matrix

Technocracy And The Scientific Matrix

By Jon Rappoport
Waking Times.com
July 29, 2015

As my readers know, I write a great about imagination,
the individual, and independent thought.

Some might think these, “Issues” are peripheral to the
elite takeover of the planet, but in fact they are central.

Let’s start here.

The creative power of the individual is downplayed
or even viewed as ‘injuring the group.’

This is no accident.

The whole basis of a controlled society depends on people seeing
themselves as, "powerless" and surrendering to ‘the needs of the
collective.’

This amounts to a, "Political Religion" but these days, it’s
ridiculously dressed up as, "Science" as if collectivism were
a series of formulas derived from physics and biology.

As author Patrick Wood makes clear, technocracy is really
all about establishing a, "Scientific Dictatorship."

As he also points out, the dictatorship is based on false science.

For example, the sales-pitch called manmade global warming,
which is a jumble of unproven data-mush used to create, in the
long run, a worldwide system of energy allotment.

Patrick Woods also sees through to the fact that ultimately, every
individual would be monitored for energy consumption, and strict
limits would be set, in order to, “Save The Planet” from frying.

The ever-expanding, "Surveillance State" including the so-called,
"Smart Grid" exists in order to make this energy-monitoring
possible.

Technocracy is actually a mirage of science.

And it begins with the false notion that the brain, an organic piece
of machinery, is the mind and the only source of consciousness.

As I’ve demonstrated, this, “scientific” assertion is absurd.

But it suits the goal of exercising complete control over
the population.

Independent thought (and thus independent character)
and imagination aren’t emanations from the brain.

They aren’t the accidental output of sub-atomic particles
whirling in space.

Independent thought and imagination are not made out of energy
whose flow and ebb operate according to rigid, “Laws of Nature.”

Independent thought and imagination are free, which is to say,
non-material.

And that upsets the entire applecart of technocracy.

Their goal of scientific dictatorship stems from the belief that
humans, such as they are constructed, will always opt for war
and destruction.

Therefore humans must be re-engineered.

Of course, this belief involves a major element of sham, since
modern war is looked at, from the top of the food chain, as a
business and, therefore, starting and funding wars on all sides
equals enormous monetary profits.

When an individual deploys his imagination widely enough,
he realizes he is far more than a series of social constructs
and interactions.

He travels into new territory, where the future he invents
and works toward is intensely liberating.

Sacrifice shot through with guilt is not an item on his agenda.

If anything, he wants to raise others out of the swamp of guilt.

Nor is he preoccupied with attaining and maintaining
victim status.

So he is a threat to the collective and should be…altered
to fit the requirements of the Brave New World.

He must be a, “company man,” whose loyalty to the corporation
or the government is absolute.

He must exude the perfume of, “share and care” as if it comes
from the depths of his soul, rather than being sprinkled to hide
his true thoughts.

He must submit to all manner of alterations, to, “harmonize”
his brain with all other brains in the, "Hive."

He must affect an attitude of gladness toward the salvation
of All in this synthetic world.

Mix together a few drops of New Age rainbow philosophy, a few
drops of self-immolation, a few drops of infinite social tolerance,
a few drops of faith in a super-computer that hooks people up
to Truth, and you have it: a grinning grotesque mask of delight.

Technocrats see human beings as constructs that need to
be reconfigured, as pieces on a game board whose latitude
of action must be reined in and diminished.

This is not science.

This is totalitarianism dressed up to look like science.

To get humans to go along with this program, they must
be convinced to look at themselves as…what? As small.

Variations on the, “small” theme:

“I’m just trying to get by.” “I’m trying to fit in.” “I’m a piece of
something larger.” “I’m basically a member of a group.” “I’m a
consumer.” “I do my job.” “I follow orders.” “You can’t expect
much out of life.” “I’m a permanent victim.” “I need a leader.”

To the degree that you can enlist such people in any number
of social causes, the long-term result will always be the same:
more submerging of the powerful individual, more group-think,
less creative innovation.

On the other end of the spectrum, imagination unleashed
takes off from the well-worn platform of What Already
Exists and invents new, dynamic, and innovative realities.

The secular religion of science-technology-materialism is
obsessed with defining humans as biological machines who,
“need to be reprogrammed” to fit the requirements of a
super-controlled society.

Algorithms, computer models and flow charts are applied
to these, “Human Machines” to regulate their actions.

Individual freedom is looked upon as a wild card and
an unpredictable variable which, therefore, must be
eliminated.

What better way to eliminate it than to say it is an
illusion in a materialistic world?

Technocrats assert that data are the ultimate Holy Grail,
and by building a vast computer to which human brains
can be connected, all important problems can be solved.

This is the techno-view of reality itself: a series
of problems that need to be solved.

But of course, that is a staggeringly short-sighted view.

Reality is made, invented, imagined beyond the
problem-solution formulation.

It is made by the creative impulse which, at every leap
forward, wipes out a whole host of former problems.

There is the fake Brave New World and the actual
Brave New World.

The fake version settles on reprogramming humans
to fit into an overall pattern of top-down control.

The actual version liberates individuals so they can create
realities that express their most profound and unalloyed
desires.

At the secret heart of every organized religion (including
the technocratic secular religion) lies the premise:

“What you desire is illusory and harmful to yourself; it must
be put aside in favor of a more ‘universal’ desire that comes
from ‘a higher place’.”

And of course, it just so happens that leaders are always there
to define what that universal desire is, explain it, legislate it,
propagandize it, and enforce it.

That’s called a clue.

The architects of the technocratic society are not at the center
of things.

You are the center.

And you, and you, and you, and you.

Each one of us.

That is the basis of the ultimate revolution.

Whether it takes a hundred years, a thousand years, ten thousand
years, that is the revolution.

Anything else will devolve into a bad dream, to the extent that it
tries to make the individual an android connected to other androids
in a universal board game full of pawns.



Jon Rappoport was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the
29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for
private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal
creative power.

Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative
reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and
health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern,
and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe.

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/07/28/technocracy-and-the-
scientific-matrix

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Monsters

Monsters

By Expotera
July 28, 2015

MONSTER
noun mon·ster \ˈmän(t)-stər\

1 a : an animal or plant of abnormal form or structure
b : one who deviates from normal or acceptable behavior
or character

2 : a threatening force

3 a : an animal of strange or terrifying shape
b : one unusually large for its kind

4 : something monstrous; especially : a person of unnatural
or extreme ugliness, deformity, wickedness, or cruelty

5 : one that is highly successful

merriam-webster.com/dictionary/monster

Yes there are monsters, and it's okay to be afraid of them.
But it's not okay to let them win. And it's not okay to be one.
- Criminal Minds

As we got older, the monsters crept from under our beds,
to inside our heads.
- Anonymous

The scariest monsters are the ones that lurk within our souls.
- Edgar Allan Poe

We stopped checking for monsters under the bed
when we realized they were inside of us.
- Anonymous

Every monster was a man first.
- Edward Albee

We create monsters and then we can't control them.
- Joel Coen

Adversity makes men, and prosperity makes monsters.
- Victor Hugo

We are a race prone to monsters ... and when we
produce one, we worship it.
- Iain M. Banks

The ego is a fascinating monster.
- Alanis Morissette

Everyone carries around his own monsters.
- Richard Pryor

There's monsters in all of us, but there's also vulnerability.
- Finn Wittrock

In all known time there has never been a greater monster,
or miracle, than the human being.
- Bryant H. McGill

Monsters die out when the collective imagination
no longer needs them.
- Glen Duncan

All Monsters Are Human.
- Anonymous

Saturday, July 25, 2015

The Manchurian Candidate

The Manchurian Candidate

By Union Guy
Via Kevin Sorbo
July 25, 2015

It will be interesting to see what they put in Barack Obama's,
"Presidential Library" about his early years when he is out of
office.

In a country where we take notice of many, many facets of our
public figures' lives, doesn't seem odd that there's so little we
know about our current President, Barack Obama.

For example, we know that Andrew Jackson 's wife smoked a corn cob pipe and was accused of adultery; Abe Lincoln never went to school; Jack Kennedy wore a back brace; Harry Truman played the piano.

As Americans, we enjoy knowing details about our news makers,
but none of us know one single humanizing fact about the history
of our own president.

We are all aware of the lack of uncontestable birth records for Obama; that document managing has been spectacularly successful.

There are however, several additional oddities in Obama's history that appear to be as well managed as the birthing issue.

One other interesting thing... There are no birth certificates
of his daughters that can be found?

It's interesting that no one who ever dated him has shown up.

The charisma that caused women to be drawn to him so strongly during his campaign, certainly would in the normal course of events, lead some lady to come forward, if only to garner some attention for herself.

We all know about JFK's magnetism, that McCain was no monk
and quite a few details about Palin's courtship and even her
athletic prowess, Joe Biden's aneurisms are no secret; look
at Cheney and Clinton, we all know about their heart problems.

Certainly Wild Bill Clinton's exploits before and during his
White House years, were well known.

That's why it's so odd that not one lady has stepped up and said,
"He was soooo shy..." or "What a great dancer..."

It's virtually impossible to know anything about this fellow.

Who was the best man at his wedding?

Start there. Then check groomsmen.

Then get the footage of the graduation ceremony.

Has anyone talked to the professors?

It is odd that no one is bragging that they knew him or taught
him or lived with him.

When did he meet Michelle, and how? Are there photos there?

Every president gives to the public all their photos, etc. for
their library, etc.

What has he released?

And who in hell voted for him to be the most popular man in 2010?

Doesn't this make you wonder?

Ever wonder why no one ever came forward from President Obama's past saying they knew him, attended school with him, was his friend, etc.??

Not one person has ever come forward from his past.

It certainly is very, very strange...

This should be a cause for great concern.

To those who voted for him, you may have elected an unqualified, inexperienced shadow man.

Have you seen a movie named, "The Manchurian Candidate"

As insignificant as each of us might be, someone with whom we went to school will remember our name or face; someone will remember we were the clown, or the dork, or the brain, or the quiet, one or the bully, or something about us.

George Stephanopoulos of ABC News said the same thing during
the 2008 campaign.

He questions why no one has acknowledged the president was in their classroom or ate in the same cafeteria or made impromptu speeches on campus.

Stephanopoulos also was a classmate of Obama at Columbia
-- the class of 1984.

He says he never had a single class with him.

He is such a great orator; why doesn't anyone in Obama's
college class remember him?

Why won't he allow Columbia to release his records?

Nobody remembers Obama at Columbia University ....

Looking for evidence of Obama's past, Fox News contacted 400 Columbia University students from the period when Obama claims to have been there... but none remembered him.

Wayne Allyn Root was, like Obama, a political science major
at Columbia who also graduated in 1983.

In 2008, Root says of Obama, "I don't know a single person at Columbia that knew him, and they all know me. I don't have a classmate who ever knew Barack Obama at Columbia, ever."

Nobody recalls him. Root adds that he was also, like Obama, Class of '83 Political Science, and says, "You don't get more exact or closer than that. Never met him in my life, don't know anyone who ever met him. At the class reunion, our 20th reunion five years ago, who was asked to be the speaker of the class? Me. No one ever heard of Barack! And five years ago, nobody even knew who he was. The guy who writes the class notes, who's kind of the, as we say in New York, 'the macha' who knows everybody, has yet to find a person, a human who ever met him."

Obama's photograph does not appear in the school's yearbook and Obama consistently declines requests to talk about his years at Columbia, provide school records, or provide the name of any former classmates or friends while at Columbia .

Some other interesting questions:

Why was Obama's law license inactivated in 2002?

It is said there is no record of him ever taking the Bar exam.

Why was Michelle's law license inactivated by court order?

We understand that was forced to avoid fraud charges.

It is circulating that according to the U.S. Census, there is only one, "Barack Obama" but 27 Social Security numbers and over 80 alias are connected to him.

The Social Security number he uses now originated in Connecticut where he is reported to have never lived.

And was originally registered to another man (Thomas Louis Wood) from Connecticut , who died in Hawaii while on vacation there.

As we all know Social Security Numbers are only issued,
"Once" and they are not reused.

No wonder all his records are sealed...

Please continue sending this out to everyone.

Somewhere, someone had to know him in school ... before he reorganized Chicago and burst upon the scene at the 2004 Democratic Convention.

Clint Eastwood said his Republican National Convention speech achieved exactly what he wanted it to.

He then proceeded to label President Barack Obama a, “Hoax" and, "The greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people.”

Thursday, July 23, 2015

We Are Being Trained

We Are Being Trained

By Michael Hardt & Antonio Negri
Adbusters.org
Thursday, July 23, 2015

We (society) are learning, or at least being trained.

We become conditioned much like a dog learns to obey the,
“sit” command.

We begin to think and fear in accordance with the rules set
by some power outside of our control, outside of our view.

And as this happens, we begin to wither and lose our innate senses
and abilities to think for ourselves, the ability to create, to grow.

This cycle is self-fulfilling and sucks us into smaller and smaller
boxes until we find ourselves trapped in our modern culture with
no clear means of escape.

https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/120/we-are-being-
trained.html

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

The Dismal and Hopeful Future

The Dismal and Hopeful Future

By Chris Wright
Dissident Voice.org
July 21, 2015

One doesn’t have to be a brilliant social analyst to see that
the contemporary world order is doomed, destined to start
visibly crumbling within the next decade or two at the latest.

The neoliberal system, in fact the corporate capitalist system,
is radically unsustainable.

It is too unstable, too universally rapacious, too humanly
exploitative, too environmentally destructive, too demoniacally
self-consuming for capitalism can profit from its self-immolation,
to last much longer.

Is it even necessary anymore to argue for these claims?

Capitalism means self-sabotage.

It's profit-making interest lies in paying wage-earners as little as possible, and ideally in mechanizing and automating them out of existence, for they’re expensive and troublesome with their demands for, “rights” and other such nonsense.

On the other hand, capitalism needs markets; it needs entities
to sell things to, for that’s how it makes profit.

Any sort of entity would serve its purposes–alien creatures, super-advanced machines, genetically enhanced chimpanzees, whatever, but, tragically capitalism has so far been forced to do business with the very beings it exploits and wants to deny income to: Humans. Cruel irony.

The mass of mankind, against which capitalism wars in the sphere of production, it has to make nice to in the sphere of consumption, to blandish and cajole into buying commodities.

This fusion of consumer and producer in the same being is the
tragic contradiction that torments capitalism and drives it to
manic-depression–exuberance followed by depression followed
by exuberance.

The capitalist elite revels in Romanesque debauchery as it squeezes money out of the sweat and blood of the workers, but the party ends once markets have, as a result, so shrunk, or the worm of doubt has so grown in the minds of investors, that investment is cut back to the point of ending growth.

The spread of credit may keep the party going for a long time, postponing the full effect of long-term stagnating or declining wages (and ever more precarious employment), but the reckoning has to come sooner or later.

An economy cannot be sustained forever on wishful thinking, namely the wish that aggregate demand will remain indefinitely high even as less and less of the nation’s wealth and income are going to the bottom 99 percent.

All this is just Marxian common sense, which Keynes diluted and helped make mainstream during and after the Great Depression.

So, we’re in a situation now quite similar to that which caused
the Great Depression.

There isn’t any doubt that we’re in for another such event, this time more global and protracted (though also uneven and possibly not as dramatic, at least initially).

We’re entering the epoch of stagnation and crisis, environmental crisis too, and population crisis, and political crisis, and every other crisis you can think of.

We’re embarking on the slow demise of a civilization.

Incidentally, the common comparisons between the current
situation and the fall of the Roman Republic and the Empire
are not altogether facile or superficial.

In all three cases, the rise of, “income inequality” is a
determining factor, as the top one percent or fraction
of one percent appropriates ever more wealth and
increases its power.

In the case of the Roman Republic, which succumbed to civil
wars and Julius Caesar and then the Empire, republican forms
were gradually corrupted by the enormous wealth that flowed
to Rome’s elite as a result of its imperial conquests and
plundering.

Sound familiar?

The rich were able to dispossess many of the poor, including soldiers, from their land, and the senatorial government did little to address the impoverishment of the masses, since it represented and consisted of the (congenitally short-sighted) rich.

Soldiers therefore became intensely loyal to their generals,
since it was only through a general’s land grant that they
would be guaranteed an income after being discharged.

Ambitious generals were thus able to build up huge, loyal private armies that made them effectively autonomous of the Roman government.

The Senate could only look on helplessly as civil wars between generals ensued, the ultimate victor of which was Octavian, or Augustus.

Such social calamities are always what happen when the rich
get too rich and are given too much license to do as they want.

They dismantle or ignore rules that aren’t in their short-term private interest, rules, nowadays, like the welfare state, protection of public resources, and collective bargaining between employers and employees, which inevitably causes the slow disintegration of social bonds, of any kind of social compact, public-spiritedness, and the very fabric of society.

Privatization (such as Rome’s privatization of the army and much
of the land, and the U.S.’s privatization of education, natural
resources, etc.) destroys public goods, thus ultimately destroying
society itself–for what is society if not one great public good, one
great, “commons”?

There is much we can learn from the fall of Rome, which
happened twice and from similar underlying causes both
times.

But as for the future, is there any hope?

It might seem not, but, ironically, some hope is justified
by virtue precisely of the catastrophes we’re in for.

At the same time as these corrode the foundations of a depraved civilization, they will create, or rather, are creating the conditions for an upsurge of popular movements and democratic initiatives that will begin outside the mainstream and eventually become visible and widespread.

As any Marxist, anyone with common sense should understand, history progresses largely by means of silver linings in terrible circumstances.

This is the essence of the so-called, “dialectical” interpretation
of history.

In this connection it’s worth mentioning the three possible, “plans” that left-wing activists in Greece have come up with for their country’s future, since their conceptualization, if modified, applies to the future of the entire world.

Plan A, favored by the Syriza government, was to remain
in the eurozone but end austerity.

That plan hasn’t worked out so well, in light of Syriza’s
capitulation to the Troika.

Plan B, favored by the left wing of Syriza, envisioned a Greek default and exit from the eurozone, followed by rapid statist reconstruction of the economy.

This plan, too, is unrealistic, at least for now.

Plan C is what’s left, and ultimately the one that is both most
revolutionary and most realistic. Jerome Roos’s formulation is
clear and compelling:

[Plan C calls for] a reinvigorated project of the commons
and communal solidarity.

In contrast to both Plan A and Plan B, Plan C would be a bottom-up project organized by local communities that would situate itself directly on the terrain of everyday life.

It's main contributions would be threefold.

First, through solidarity networks and communal support systems,
it would enhance popular resilience by securing the means of social
reproduction under conditions of extreme precarity.

Second, by creating new and strengthening existing organs of
popular power, the commons would collectively act as bases
for continued grassroots resistance to further austerity and
dispossession.

History has shown that, without powerful grassroots movements
exerting pressure from below, even left governments are easily
led astray by the siren call of domestic and international capital.

To prevent this, the still relatively small and dispersed movement of commoners will have to become an organized force of political opposition.

Third, a project of the commons has revolutionary potential insofar as its protagonists manage to reclaim the means of production and reproduction; democratize workplaces, communities and existing political institutions; and contribute to a fundamental transformation of social relations from below.

All of this is clearly still a far way off, but Plan C is precisely about cultivating this sense of perspective and direction — taking the struggle far beyond the stale dichotomies of state and market, euro and drachma.

These ideas are stated in the context of the crisis in Greece,
but they generalize worldwide.

Plan A, for us, is the path that the left wing of the Democratic
party would pursue: remain basically in our current political
economy, enact no sweeping reforms, merely tinker
technocratically in a more proactive way than the Obama
administration has done, particularly with regard to issues of
the economy and the environment.

This plan would fall victim to the profound unsustainability
of the corporate-capitalist political economy that it doesn’t
truly challenge.

Plan B would amount to a thoroughgoing shift in the state’s policies, in fact a global shift (necessarily), incorporating something like Thomas Piketty’s global wealth tax, but also much more.

In order to set society on a new track, it would necessitate radical-left state intervention in the economy on a level that would make the postwar European welfare state seem puny.

Given the balance of power between big business and the democratic resistance, this option is totally impossible.

The only other option is the Plan C that Roos outlines–and that Gar Alperovitz and others have discussed in the context of the United States.

Slowly build up a new society from below, a less atomized
and more democratic society.

Spread cooperatives of every kind, and public banking,
participatory budgeting, perhaps community land trusts
and community development corporations, “solidarity
networks” and “communal support systems” of types
that can’t really be foreseen at present.

All this has to be done in alliance with overt political resistance, social movements that force the state (at all levels) towards the left, but not in a sudden colossal coup that attempts to reconstruct society from the top down, an impossibility.

What’s important to understand is that Plan C is not simply
something that should be done, something that depends only
on the will of activists (however important that is); rather,
it almost certainly will be done. It is the direction in which
history is proceeding, coincident with the deterioration of
corporate capitalism.

In the coming decades, as crisis savages civilization, people and
communities across the West and across the world will be driven,
for the sake of their survival and their political dignity, to invent
creative solutions to their plight to network with each other and
to cooperate in the production and distribution of resources.

The state will mutate in ways we can’t foresee in response to
these initiatives and this resistance, and slowly, laboriously,
a very different society will mature in the interstices and
finally in the mainstream of a dying ancient régime.

I’ve discussed the “historical logic” of such transformations here
and here–where, incidentally, I also explain why this, “gradualist”
model of revolution is the only one consistent with the logic of
Marxism.

Marx and all his followers misunderstood his own thought when
he and they adopted a statist model of revolution (as if social
revolution consists of seizing the national state, shooting your
opponents, and then somehow instituting economic democracy
through bureaucratic channels of political will).

Plan C will mature far in the future, but the seeds of it are
already planted, even in the U.S.

Yes! Magazine has showcased some of these, and the Democracy Collaborative is one of the organizations in the vanguard of the coming revolution.

Among the many glimmers of hope are the following.

Several cities in the United States have begun investing in worker cooperatives, which are, in essence, examples of socialism–economic-democracy on a small scale.

The common leftist criticism that, for now, they are forced to operate in a capitalist context and engage with the market is irrelevant.

New York City’s 2016 budget includes $2.1 million for developing worker co-ops, up from $1.2 million in 2015, which itself was up from $0 in 2014.

Madison, Wisconsin is giving $1 million each year for the next
five years to establish new worker co-ops.

The Evergreen Cooperatives in Cleveland, Ohio have had so much publicity since 2010 that it’s hardly even necessary to mention them here.

Similarly publicized has been the United Steelworkers’ cooperation with Mondragon to establish manufacturing worker cooperatives, the first time since the 1880s that a mainstream labor union has been so closely involved in establishing co-ops.

Nor is it the only one.

Participatory budgeting, having been tried first in Porto Alegre, Brazil in 1989, is now finally starting to spread across the West.

It came to the United States to Chicago in 2009, and since then has been replicated in many other cities, though as yet only on a small scale.

As its successes are publicized, it will continue to be replicated
and expanded.

Public banking has had difficulty in expanding beyond North Dakota, the only state with its own bank, a remarkably profitable and socially efficacious one.

Since 2009 a plethora of bills have been introduced in legislatures to establish state banks, but so far none has come to fruition.

Entrenched interests have been able to stifle the growing
advocacy for socially conscious banking.

But one can expect that after the next financial crisis, an
inevitability, and then the next, and the next, the capacity
of the elite to resist radical change will weaken substantially,
largely because of massive popular movements.

Karl Marx was right, though, not to try to sketch what sorts of institutions would spring up during and after the “revolution.”

Even now, we don’t know what new forms of social organization will appear in the next forty years and after.

Society is too complex for us to predict these things.

The main point I’m making is just the old Marxist one that
progress works in mysterious ways.

The political economy of the twentieth-century capitalist
nation-state is being dismantled by capitalism.

The nation-state is being progressively atomized, fragmented, polarized between rich and poor, parcelized and privatized, which in the long run will cause the demise of capitalism itself.

For capitalism and the centralized nation-state have grown up together since the fourteenth century, and they will die together.

It’s possible they’ll take humanity with them, or that a Hobbesian state of nature will ensue, but more likely is that, “Plan C” will mature to the degree, and at the same pace, that capitalism succumbs to itself.

The way that historical progress happens, through crisis and the heightening of mass misery to the point that the elite can no longer resist popular movements, is indescribably cruel, but it does, at least, give us cause to hope for something good out of the horrors that await us.



Chris Wright is a doctoral candidate in U.S. labor history, and
the author of Notes of an Underground Humanist and Worker Cooperatives and Revolution: History and Possibilities in the
United States.

http://dissidentvoice.org/2015/07/the-dismal-and-hopeful-future

Friday, July 17, 2015

Rise Of The Machine

Rise Of The Machine

By Keys To Cosmic Doorways
Via - Lauren Trevowitz
Friday, July 17, 2015

On, July 16, 2015 -- In Chattanooga, Tennessee 4 Marines were
gunned down on American soil.

This may be random.
This may not be random.
You decide ---

On July 15, 2015 -- America's South Western States were taken
over by our own Military for War Games that will allow an
Artificial Intelligence to study the American People.

Our habits and reactions to war scenarios will be studied by a
Super Computer Program called, "JADE" ---

JADE will watch our text, our Google searches, and our
movements in real time.

The program went Operational YESTERDAY.

"TODAY - 4 Marines Are Gunned Down In Chattanooga" and Social
Media is going crazy, as are the News Channels --- We are feeding
the Beast --- We are training, "Sky Net"-- I mean, "JADE" even as I
write this very post.

Do you think it a coincidence that Arnold Schwarzenneger's movie TERMINATOR : GENISYS is currently playing at your local theater?

The, “JADE” in, "Jade Helm 15" is an A.I. SOFTWARE Program.

“JADE” is an A.I. quantum computing technology that produces
holographic battlefield simulations and has the ability to use
vast amounts of data being collected on the human domain
to generate human terrain systems in geographic population
centric locations to identify and eliminate targets, insurgents,
rebels, or whatever labels that can be flagged as targets in a
Global Information Grid, "G.I.G." for Network Centric Warfare
environments.

The JADE II battle field system is cognitive and intuitive.

It can examine prior executed battle plans and devise
‘new and better’ strategies to increase the ‘kill chain’.

The "II" Second Generation of JADE has the capability for two way
communication with drones through the OCCOM technology which
is one of the next generation integrations to this system.

In short, JADE HELM will not be battles directed by Generals,
and Military Commanders, but by a computer.

It is a cognitive software program based on a
Network Centric Warfare System at the HELM.

On a side note --

Yesterday the news and social media was full of pictures
of the Planet PLUTO.

PLUTO is the God of the Underworld and the God of DEATH.

Do not think that the, "Fly Over" of PLUTO by NASA's, "NEW
HORIZONS" Space Craft did not raise the PLUTONIAN energy
on Earth.

I'd like to mention that: "JADE" operates on a what is called
a GLOBAL INFORMATION GRID -- "G.I.G."

The nick name of Chattanooga is, "GIG CITY".

#KeyPlutoRitual

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Mastering The Human Domain

Mastering The Human Domain

By Keys To Cosmic Doorways
Via - Mary Beth L
Wednesday, July 15, 2015

- The Cern Pentagram

- The Pentaquark

- The Pluto Fly By

- And

- J.A.D.E Helm

"Mastering The Human Domain"

On July 14th, 2015 - Cern announced that its Large Hadron Collider
had detected an exotic subatomic particle called a, PENTAQUARK.

The Pentaquark is now the smallest known building block
of not only Man and Nature, but our entire Universe.

The Pentaquark was revealed and released from the Underworld.

Cern shared an image of the Pentaquark, with its bonds
being highlighted in the form of a PENTAGRAM.

A Pentagram is the Pagan Symbol of Nature, and represents

Earth, Air, Fire, Water, And Spirit….

These are the elements of, “The Human Domain”
and of Humans themselves.

Ironically, on July 15, 2015 an Artificial Intelligence called J.A.D.E.
will be released in the United States to study the citizens and their
HUMAN DOMAIN - (Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Spirit).

------

In the midsts of all this energy on Earth, NASA's, "New Horizon"
Space Craft did a fly by of the planet Pluto in the furthest stretches
of our Solar System --- (the Underworlds) ---

The God Pluto is also known as Hades, is the God of the Underworld
or Hell, and all that is Hidden -- (think Pentaquarks)

Coincidentally, as Pluto was celebrated on Earth, CERN revealed
its new findings of the smallest, hidden, UNDERWORLD particles-
Pentaquarks, (composed of 5 sub atomic particles-) -- Cern also
released drawings of the Pentaquarks that actually resembled the
Pagan symbol of Nature and Man -- "The Pentagram".

The symbol of Nature and Man, the Pentagram, is composed of five
Elementals as well --

Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Spirit.

These elements - ( Earth Air Fire Water and Spirit) create
The Human Domain --

On July 15th, 2015 --- Military Exercises are set to begin in the
American South West --- The Exercises are called Operation Jade
Helm.

Part of the Exercises includes the use of a
Super Computing Program called, J.A.D.E.

JADE'S mission is to MASTER THE HUMAN DOMAIN.

J.A.D.E. is a Force Management and Analysis
tool that specializes in Knowledge Acquisition.

J.A.D.E. is a Network Centric Warfare System that operates
on a Global Information Grid, that also includes the Human
Terrain Systems of Land, Air, Sea, Space, and Cyberspace.

J.A.D.E. is a, "Master Of The Human Domain".

The dissection starts July 15th 2015.

As a side note: It was also announced today in the Headlines
that America and the other Nuclear Countries have agreed to
a Nuclear Agreement with Iran.

Again we are dealing with the tiniest of particles
from our own Underworld.

They were given as a gift, as Pluto was contacted. ‪

#‎PlutoRitual‬

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Mechanics

Mechanics

By Bill Sharpe
July 12, 2015

There is a thing called mechanics, and it describes the
engineering of different things.

Most people think that it has to do with, building a car,
a boat, a plane, a building.

But the mechanics of anything is the understanding
of the procedure, a design a mathematical formula
that creates a analytical creation, be it machinery
or a philosophy.

The history of the human race is full of examples
of malicious engineering of the human race.

One of these examples would be Adolf Hitler's philosophy,
and mechanics of how he manipulated the whole country
to perform the act that he wanted, with the assistance of
a small group of political and financially powerful people.

The mechanics of how this took place is well documented,
and there are several other nations that have used the
same philosophy and ideology.

So there is historic documentation of these actions taken
by a few people, and yes they were the elitist, or became
the elitist of their society to control the populace.

What's taking place on earth is not that much different
than what take place in your cells in your body.

They're all fighting for control, and in a normal healthy
situation, there is a perfect balance and harmony.

The problems we have here on earth are monumental,
and understand the mechanics of the problems, you
need to have knowledge, and knowledge is finding the
truth.

Which truth you are willing to accept is based upon your
perception, but the real truth, and knowledge, has a
companion, and his name is wisdom.

Real truth and knowledge comes with wisdom.

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Nobody For President In 2016

Nobody For President In 2016

“If you vote, you have no right to complain.” – George Carlin

By Gary ‘Z’ McGee
Waking Times.com
July 7, 2015

First, let’s admit something to ourselves: this is not
a representative democracy, like most people think;
it’s not even a constitutional republic, like a few
people hope.

It is masked aristocracy and plutocracy.

The aristocracy is wearing a plutocratic mask which is wearing a
democratic mask which is wearing the mask of a constitutional
republic.

The fact that the average person knows very little about the
mechanisms of these systems, nor the meaning of the words
used to explain them, is evidence that they are working.

The fact that the average person doesn’t realize that elections
have been transformed into auctions, is evidence that plutocracy
is working.

And it’s all working at the expense of “we the people,” at the
expense of our environment and precious ecosystems, and at
the expense of freedom itself.

To elect means “to choose or make a decision.”

The problem is our choices seem to be limited and our decisions
seem to be “vote” or “not vote.”

This idea is perpetuated by state manipulation, cultural
conditioning, and bipartisan political propaganda with
corrupt lobbying that creates divisiveness.

But there is a third option.

We can “elect” to think outside the ballot box.

We can “elect” to take money out of politics.

We can “elect” to have a complete system reboot,
to include, especially, the electoral system.

As would-be proactive citizens, it is our amoral duty to tear
the plethora of masks from the corrupt face of this system,
and reveal the fact that the wizard hiding behind the curtain
is nothing more than a scared imbecile bully who wants to
stay in power at all costs.

Even at the cost of human lives.

Even at the cost of human flourishing.

Even at the cost of a healthy connection between nature
and the human soul.

Our response to this should be to realize that different types of
freedoms will always be in conflict and to have the perspicuity
and the acumen to decipher the difference between healthy and
unhealthy freedom.

If conflicting freedoms are healthy, then compassion
and compromise is in order.

But if conflicting freedoms are unhealthy, then ruthless questioning
and interrogative infiltration (even counting coup) are in order,
despite, and sometimes even in spite of, a nations voting structure
or entrenched electoral process.

As it stands, we are more like a virus or a cancer on the planet
than even a parasite or symbiotic leach.

Humankind is facing an absolutely unprecedented existential
crisis.

The main culprits are deep-rooted power structures and overly-
fixed modes of oppressive human governance; which voting just
perpetuates, because the voting system is built into the corrupt
system and is therefore corrupt itself.

Like George Bernard Shaw put it, “Democracy substitutes election
by the incompetent many for appointment by the corrupt few.”

And the unhealthy, unsustainable, unjust, unfair, and immoral
cycle continues.

Unless we stop it.

Unless we personally “vote” it out.

This type of voting is voting with our feet.

This type of voting is voting with our courage.

This type of voting is voting with our heart.

This type of voting is voting with our life.

It requires nothing short of everything.

It requires putting it all on the line.

It requires being all in.

When you’re voting with your life, you’re voting with your soul.

You’re declaring balls-to-bones, ovaries-to-marrow, to the
corrupt powers that be:

“I was not designed to be forced. I will breathe after my own
fashion. Let us see who is the strongest.” – Henry David Thoreau

“Nobody for President in 2016” is a wakeup call of the first order.

It’s an alarm clock named Freedom blasting in an overly-indulgent
room of conspicuous consumption.

It’s a nose sniffing out smoke in a straw house.

It’s a guillotine in a room full of godheads.

It’s a passionate connection in a wasteland of disconnection.

It’s a healthy heart in an otherwise wounded body.

It is Mother Nature teaching us how to love authentically: with
neither pity nor rancor, but with providence and interdependence.

It is the words of Krishnamurti, “You are the world,
and the world is on fire.”

“Nobody for President in 2016” is a hero’s call par excellence.

It’s a call to adventure, true adventure.

Not the pseudo-adventures portrayed in movies and popular
literature, but the real adventure of your own living, breathing
life.

It’s a, "double-dog-dare" to have the courage to become
your own leader.

It’s a triple-dog-dare to have the audacity to turn the tables on
the Pavlovian knee-jerk reaction to vote within the system, and
instead, to vote with your feet, to vote through civil disobedience,
through proactive, non-violent protest against an unhealthy,
unsustainable system.

It’s Benjamin Franklin (or whoever) rising up and declaring,
“Democracy is two wolves and a lamb deciding on what to
eat for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the
vote.”

Here’s the thing: men in power should NOT be writing the
rules of power.

This is because power almost always seeks to keep itself in
power.

This is because of a firm rule built into the human condition:
power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

Monkey see, monkey do?

Well then: Sheeple see, sheeple vote.

In order not to be a monkey or sheeple, we need to be proactive,
insurgent citizens.

We need to upset the applecart of the monkey’s status quo.

We need to count coup on the sheeple’s sense of, “order.”

Indeed, civil disobedience is how the disenfranchised lobby
congress.

Have no illusions, the majority of us are disenfranchised to
a sickening and oppressive degree.

Like Joel Gold said, “Sometimes in order to progress,
you need to regress.”

Yes, sometimes in order to discover a moral mode of human
governance, you have to amorally act-out and destroy the
current immoral mode of human governance.

If rebellion is a dish best served warm, then civil disobedience is
a dish best served in a variety of temperatures: from Femen, to
the UK’s Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army, to the Occupy
movement, to the Zeitgeist movement, and everything in between.

The typical bipartisan-puppet probably prudishly grinds their
teeth at such antics.

Oh well!

The true activist who is practicing civil disobedience and non-
violence, could give two blue shits about the typical pandering
voter’s delicate sensibilities.

Healthy, progressive evolution is on the line.

The health of our planet is on the line.

Whiny-ass, status-quo junkies be damned.

“Civil disobedience is a natural response to a world like ours;
it means refusing to be a bystander to the apparent trajectory
of the social order. We don’t think twice about the direct
action of stopping traffic to protect a child who wandered into
it unknowingly; we would practice civil disobedience any day
in situations like that, never thinking of standing by or waiting
for a majority vote. The same is true in our movement. We
know this system is broken, we know it doesn’t have to be this
way and we know there is an alternative. So we stop traffic.
The question is not whether we should use civil disobedience as
part of our movement’s arsenal — but how, for what, and when.”
– Yotam Marom

“Nobody for President in 2016” is just the first domino in a long
line of dominos that needs to fall.

It’s the first seed in a long line of seeds that needs to be planted.

“Nobody for President in 2020” will more than
likely also be necessary.

As will 2024 and 2028, and so on and so forth.

Revolutions never happen overnight.

They take time.

They are usually not completed by the generation that began them.

Like Michel de Montaigne wrote, “Those who give the first check
to a state are the first overwhelmed in its ruin. Fruits of public
commotion are seldom enjoyed by him who was the first mover;
he only beats the water for another’s net.”

Let’s dare to be the “first mover.”

Let’s have the courage and the compassion to, “beat the water”
for a future fisherman’s net.

Like the famous Greek Proverb says, “A society grows great when
old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.”

Let’s be great.

Let’s be wise.

Let’s sow some amoral revolution so that future generations can
reap some moral evolution.



Gary ‘Z’ McGee, a former Navy Intelligence Specialist turned
Philosopher, is the author of Birthday Suit of God and The
Looking Glass Man.

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/06/24/nobody-for-president-
in-2016-taking-the-auction-out-of-election

Friday, July 3, 2015

What, To The American Slave, Is Your 4th of July?’

What, To The American Slave, Is Your 4th of July?’

By Amy Goodman
Common Dreams.org
Friday, July 3, 2015

“What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July?” asked Frederick
Douglass of the crowd gathered at Corinthian Hall in Rochester,
N.Y., on July 5, 1852.

“I answer,” he continued, “a day that reveals to him, more than
all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which
lie is the constant victim. To him, your celebration is a sham.”

Douglass escaped slavery in 1838 and became one of the most
powerful and eloquent orators of the abolitionist movement.

His Independence Day talk was organized by the Rochester Ladies’
Anti-Slavery Sewing Society.

Douglass extolled the virtues of the Founding Fathers,
those who signed the Declaration of Independence.

Then he brought the focus to the present, to 1852. He said:

“I am not included within the pale of this glorious anniversary!
Your high independence only reveals the immeasurable distance
between us. The blessings in which you, this day, rejoice, are
not enjoyed in common. The rich inheritance of justice, liberty,
prosperity and independence, bequeathed by your fathers, is
shared by you, not by me. The sunlight that brought life and
healing to you, has brought stripes and death to me. This Fourth
July is yours, not mine. You may rejoice, I must mourn. To drag
a man in fetters into the grand illuminated temple of liberty,
and call upon him to join you in joyous anthems, were inhuman
mockery and sacrilegious irony. Do you mean, citizens, to mock
me, by asking me to speak today?”

Of course, the Rochester Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Sewing Society
had no intention of mocking him.

Proceeds from their events were devoted primarily to supporting
Douglass’ newspaper.

They championed Douglass, and saw the need to take action,
whatever action they could muster.

The United States was, at the time of the speech, less than
a decade away from a brutal civil war.

The war would formally start with the Confederate bombardment
of Fort Sumter, just off the coast of Charleston, S.C.

Independence Day is a fitting time to reflect on the role that grass-
roots organizing for social change has played in building this nation.

The horrific massacre at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal
(AME) Church in Charleston, S.C., also compels us to question just
how far we have progressed toward the ideals enshrined in that
document signed on July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence.

It was in Charleston that a man named Denmark Vesey, a former
slave who had won his freedom, had planned an expansive slave
rebellion, slated to take place in 1822.

The plot was exposed, and Vesey, along with 34 alleged
co-conspirators, was hanged.

Vesey was one of the founders of Charleston’s AME church in 1818,
which became Emanuel AME Church, where Dylann Roof is alleged
to have murdered nine people this past June 17, among them the
church’s pastor, who was also a state senator, the Rev. Clementa
Pinckney.

The storied church, called “Mother Emanuel,” has been
central to the lives of African-Americans in Charleston and
beyond for close to two centuries.

So, when evidence pointing to Roof’s racist motivation surfaced,
including an Internet-posted manifesto along with numerous
photos of him with the Confederate flag, pressure mounted
to remove that flag from the grounds of the South Carolina
state Capitol in Columbia, S.C.

The movement was swift, with companies like Wal-Mart and
Amazon pulling Confederate memorabilia from their shelves.

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley immediately ordered all
Confederate flags be removed from Alabama Statehouse
grounds.

But as the U.S. and South Carolina flags on the Capitol Dome
flew at half-mast after the massacre, the Battle Flag of the
Confederacy, at a Confederate war memorial on the Statehouse
grounds, continued to fly at full mast.

On Friday, June 26, more than 5,000 mourners crowded into
an arena in Charleston for the funeral of the Rev. Pinckney.

President Barack Obama gave a moving eulogy, ending by
singing “Amazing Grace” as the congregation joined in.

The next day, at dawn, Bree Newsome, a 30-year-old African-
American woman, scaled that 30-foot flagpole in Columbia with
helmet and climbing gear, and took down the Confederate flag.

James Tyson, a fellow activist who is white,
spotted for her from the base of the pole.

After unhooking the flag, Newsome said from her perch, “You come
against me with hatred and oppression and violence. I come against
you in the name of God. This flag comes down today!”

After she descended, the two were arrested, and the flag
was back up within an hour.

But their action went viral, with prominent civil-rights leaders
and organizations endorsing the nonviolent direct action.

Newsome and Tyson face up to three years in prison and a
$5,000 fine.

Not only does the flag still fly, but since the Charleston massacre,
at least half a dozen African-American churches have burned down
throughout the South.

Investigations have begun, but whatever the cause of the fires,
they have ignited fears of a recurrence of a brutal history.

Frederick Douglass’ words on that distant July 4th holiday
have been given new life by Bree Newsome, 163 years later:

It is not light that is needed, but fire; it is not the gentle
shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind,
and the earthquake. The feeling of the nation must be
quickened; the conscience of the nation must be roused;
the propriety of the nation must be startled; the hypocrisy
of the nation must be exposed; and its crimes against God
and man must be proclaimed and denounced.



Amy Goodman is the host of, "Democracy Now!" a daily
international TV/Radio News Hour Airing on 1,100 stations
in North America.

http://www.commondreams.org/views/2015/07/02/what-
american-slave-your-4th-july