LBC – Life before COVID contained always a light dusting of comparative viewpoints at best. Most contrary opinions were, especially when they sharply challenged the official narrative, ridiculed, mocked and blasted with a fanfare of press and TV dismissal as tin foil thinking. Most of us went along with this horse and pony show. As a collective of Trumans we accepted it for what we were told it was. Continue reading The One and Only Truth – The Official Narrative
Caitlin Johnstone caitlinjohnstone.com Mon, 24 Jun 2019 00:00 UTC If you are reading this, it’s most likely the result of … Continue reading You Are Fighting in The Most Important Battle of All Time
The ability to convey the tortured path we all seem to buy into is getting harder and harder. Censorship of truth is stifled. Algorithms denying messages, articles, comments are targeting stuff such as this. I have no illusions about the reach I personally may achieve. Even one person receiving this is a win. If then shared on another and so on.
The apathy and helplessness people so often feel is a direct result from all the propagandised shit being spewed them. So people can if they so wish ignore the mountain ranged against us all. Continue reading 5G Flips Flops, Fails then *ucks All at Glastonbury
In the days of the Roman Empire, it was the bread and circus that kept the crowds supplicant, satiated and most of all distracted from realities perpetrated against them. Today our technological bread and circus is no different towards means and ends, it just looks and acts shinier, more alluring and tempting. Like fish rising to pellets thrown them, we gobble up these trinkets, the distractive apps, the utterly mind numbing soaps and entertainment believing we are better off. We kid ourselves big time that we hold the precious flame freedom, live a life of ease and betterment our ancestors would be in awe of. Continue reading Bringing Minds Home and Under Control
Some years ago the blue bird of Twitter made its entrance on the stage of mass indoctrination. Some hailed it as the bastion of free speech in a very small bottle, others saw it as a pointless character jab at topics too vast to fit a mere 140 or so characters. Continue reading Indoctrination Character by Character