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Nazi-like Narrative

Dr. Déjà Vu Will we wake up once we are plucked clean? (See image info below footnotes*) For something labelled “Never Again” it’s astounding to see its likeness rise, within one lifetime, from an alleged grave, to being as full-fleshed and psychopathic as ever. With our ubiquitous facial recognition, should our “experts” not be able to spot …

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Follow the Ownership | Know the Control

It’s past time to see, hear, and acknowledge our place as servitors and acquiescing beneficiaries to abusing powers in this time of escalating crimes against humanity — and to realize that the corporatized benefits are coming to an end. The question? Do we have the strength to abandon the monopolies and restructure against power abuse …

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Worth 10,000 Words?

A Recycling, Mutating Déjà Vu? This post title is not meant to discourage the reading of RFKJ’s recent book, The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health,1 but this cartoon from 1995 nigh perfectly summarizes his 2021 book. It depicts the mind-virus that cartoonist Joe Hoover …

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Who Knew?

Aware | Supportive | Empowered If we knew our national, provincial, state, regional, and local governments, under a variety of incorporated names, were owned and controlled by foreign, (mostly mega-corp?) shareholders, would it make a difference to our sense of trust and allegiance? Would it mean that our alleged “authorities,” and all their employees and …

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A Plague of Milgramites

This post is not intended to disparage Stanley Milgram.1 His “shocking” experiments revealed to the world how easily ordinary humans would suspend their intellect and moral base in order to follow the directives of “authority” figures. Understanding Milgram’s findings is to understand, in part, how Nazi Germany happened and how, in 2021, once good and …

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