Monday, December 20, 2010

comments censored at facebook

oh dear, oh dear. i hate when that happens. LOL

"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 theatre." Frank Zappa

"We have clearly stated motives, but they are not antiwar motives. We are not pacifists. We are transparency activists who understand that transparent government tends to produce just government. And that is our sort of modus operandi behind our whole organization, is to get out suppressed information into the public, where the press and the public and our nation's politics can work on it to produce better outcomes." Julian Assange

i am anti-war. period. no more needs to be said on this subject. ♥ peace, y'all. that's the only thing that matters anymore is making the war stop.

everyone was wondering when the next false flag operation would happen. it already did. in the form of wikileaks.

freedom will never exist in a society built upon war. freedom is what the state fears most, more than anything else, freedom is the government's greatest enemy. we are born with free will, and our entire lives revolve around some authority or another trying to beat that freedom out of us, to make us afraid. this shit's gotta stop. we don't have to live like this.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

copy/paste some more

since facebook probably is not the right venue for such ramblings... here's my current status update, with comments, all of them my own, because that's just what i do when i don't have anyone else to talk to, i'll just talk to myself. i don't mind, really.

seems to me that domesticated people find comfort in the herd, they are the ones seeking Oneness, the tamed ones who have been taught to believe that what sets them apart, what makes them different from everyone else, their individuality, is something bad, undesirable, something to be eradicated at all costs.

it is this way of thinking that has been harming humanity and the entire planet on which we depend, for thousands of years now. i think it's time we stop this foolish nonsense. now.

i think it's time we stop believing in leaders, and start believing in ourselves. can you dig it? no, you probably can't. you are probably terrified of the very idea that YOU are worthy of being believed in. it is your fear that prevents you from living up to your full potential as a human being. it is your fear that keeps you in line, obediently following someone else's lead.

the idea of a "greater good" is a trick. an old old trick from way way back long time. it is this notion that the group can accomplish what individuals cannot that prevents us from accomplishing anything at all. the false divisions that create the groups is what also creates war. your group. doesn't matter which one. they all are part of the same war. that war is against all of humanity, the entire planet and every living thing on it.

and i find it most highly unusual that it is the same ones so strongly believing in the good of their group, and in the evilness of the opposition, that also talk the loudest about Oneness. what a mindsplit!! you know those contradictions are what prevents thinking from happening. you know that. i know you do.

i had a college professor kept an empty jar on his desk. on the label, it said "unsolved paradoxes" :-)

when you quote your dead hero (pick one, there's lots of dead heroes from which to choose), it's hearsay. you are quoting what somebody else said he said, and since he's dead, he can't defend himself against the stupid things people say and do in his name.

what's even worse, is that english speaking people quote their dead heroes who didn't even speak english. so it's not just what somebody else said he said, it's a vague translation of what somebody else said he might have said, as if his native language can be stuffed into the tiny box of expression the english language affords.

Thursday, October 21, 2010


a prism is like school for light
it takes it in, divides it up,
and sends it back out as a rainbow

but what if light doesn't want to be just an ordinary rainbow?
and can the prism maintain control after the light escapes?

~ friendstacy

originally posted 19oct2010

Sunday, August 8, 2010

a condensed history of politics and world domination

so aristotle said, "dude! fuck logic. if we twist words around in such a way, we can make people believe anything we tell them." and he called his twisted truth rhetoric, because he couldn't call it lies.
and the rich folks said "life is good"
and the poor folks said "life sucks"
and plato saw this, and he said, "we shall create this thing called revolution. and we shall orchestrate a resistance movement to fight the established regime. and it doesn't matter which side wins because after it's all said and done we'll still be the ones in charge."
and the rich folks said "life is good"
and the poor folks said "life sucks"
so then christianity was invented, to make the poor people think that their suffering made them better people than the rich folks. and this made the revoultions happen a little farther apart, after people had forgotten how nothing had ever really changed when it happened before.
and the poor people went to work to make money for the rich people, and they sent their children off to fight in the war because they believed the lies they were too afraid to question.
and the bankers saw that the revolutions and wars were racking up a whole lot of debt, and said "life is good"
and they taxed the poor people to pay the debt for the wars they didn't want to fight...

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

fear-based propaganda

cowards are they
who tell others what to do
and what those cowards fear most
is their own inner voice

Tuesday, April 13, 2010


i hope the moderation doesn't stop anyone from sharing comments. i had to do that to filter out all the anonymous spam posts... because, you and i know very well that the dudes reading *my* blog don't need viagra - *i* make them hard! :-)

Friday, March 12, 2010

mind-numbing platitudes and dead quotes

my dear friend posted the following quote as her status at facebook:

The presence of struggle is a sure sign you've stepped away from your true path. -- Alan Cohen

the anarchist bitch replied:

are you sure about that? the presence of struggle in my life is usually a sure sign that i said some unspeakable truth that somebody else wants kept quiet. not that i stepped away from my own path, but that others would rather knock me off it.

when you know where you are going, when you are guided by your own inner voice, everyone else wants you to join them in following whatever authority has power over their lives. this is precisely how the mind control program is enforced, those who are most controlled think it is helping everyone else to learn to quietly and obediently accept the controls.

so the lack of a struggle, for me personally, means that i have stepped away from my own path and have acquiesced to following someone else's instead. sorry. i can't blindly go along with those pretty feel-good words. such platitudes exist to prevent people from doing their own thinking. so tell me, what do you really think? don't tell me what somebody else told you to think. but you know that about me already, and obviously this post was not meant for me.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

rant on religious mindfuck

(copy and pasted from my facebook acct)

yeah, but this time i copied my comment before i went out for a smoke. and when i came back found it (and my "friend") deleted...(edit to add: now it's back again, so my apologies, maybe it was a facebook glitch, how odd). so here you go! nobody wants to talk about religion because nobody wants to think about it.... so don't post your stuff public if you don't really want to know what people think about it. so go ahead and delete me now from your friends if you have a sick need to inflict your sick religious doctrine upon my personal spirituality.

a one-god religion (or one of three one-god religions) has dominated this planet for a very very long time. the reason some cultures believe in many gods might just be because there are many gods, not just one. to try to fit other people's beliefs into your religious framework equates with cultural genocide! this is what christianity did to the native americans, and we are still hurting from it. and the christian civilization that came and stole this continent is still doing it! and not only that, they think it's a good thing when they do it. i do not wear green on st patricks day for the very same reason. i don't think it was a good thing when the catholics destroyed the irish culture, and civilized the heathens. sorry. it's not all the same. religions wage war, religions dominate and exploit and oppress, religions tell people what to do, what is right and what is wrong, and promise you rewards for good behavior and severe punishment should you not... that is abusive behavior (go check any domestic violence website, it's all the same). my gods do not act that way, but some people do.

i was raised up christian. my daddy was even a preacher, just like my mom's father. i know what the bible says. i went looking for answers and read the whole darn thing, twice, all the way through. i also know that "elohim" is a plural word. and that in the bible, god doesn't say he's the only god, he says "thou shalt not worship any other gods before me"

i was not given the beliefs of my ancestors, i found it myself. and it wasn't an easy task. i looked everywhere, i read everything i could find, and still the only place i ever found any answers was looking within. that right there is the only similarity between my beliefs and your new-age one-world-religion to match the one-world-government that is in final stages of preparation.

your newage gurus can't give to you what you are seeking. the politicians can't do it either. they can tell you what they think you should do, but you will never find freedom through playing follow the leader.