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This is for you, K. ❤ (Do check out the Comments on the original post, dear K. You will find a surprise to add to your perfect day. 😉 )

Spirit Train Chronicles

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You like Gorgol. You Like Fessebouche.

The Omnipresent Surveillance State: Orwell’s 1984 Is No Longer Fiction.

https://www.wakingtimes.com/2019/06/10/the-omnipresent-surveillance-state-orwells-1984-is-no-longer-fiction/

Wicked Messenger*

sdr

* https://www.bobdylan.com/songs/wicked-messenger/

How Do We Get Out Of This Mess?

“If you’re interested in or somewhat confused by the Yellow Vest Movement (YVM), do yourself and society a service by reading this article in its entirety.”

About the Yellow Vest Movement

Equally worthy of consideration, and equally unlikely to surface in the mainstream media is this:

The Fusion Doctrine

Google Is Spyware

Fortunately there is an easy (and better*) alternative.

DuckDuckGo

* https://gadgets.ndtv.com/internet/features/12-things-duckduckgo-can-do-that-google-cant-596526

Five Things I Wish They Taught In School

FIVE COUNTERINTUITIVE TRAITS OF HIGHLY EVOLVED HUMANS

Advice On Thieving

“If some poor devil steals a belt buckle, he is decapitated. If a powerful politician takes possession of a whole country, the professional moralisers flock to him to put their “wisdom” at his disposal. The logical conclusion is that, rather than wasting one’s time with small thefts, one should steal a whole country. Then one will not have to go to the trouble of further thefts or have to fear the executioner’s axe.” – Chuang Tzu.

(Taken from “Taoist Wisdom: Daily Teachings From The Taoist Sages” – Timothr Freke.)

The Rich Forbid …

“The rich forbid theft and murder, and threaten offenders with the death penalty. Yet these same people encourage theft and murder by honouring wealth and status, which are the allurements of crime. As long as distinctions in ownership remain, can there ever be an end to conflict between people? Once rulers were grateful to their subjects during times of order, and during chaotic times looked for the fault in their own conduct. These days it’s the complete opposite. The people are driven to lose their natural honesty and commit crime. But who should take responsibility? The unfortunates who are punished, or the rich and powerful who provoke the crimes in the first place?” – Bo Ju

(Taken from “Taoist Wisdom: Daily Teachings From The Taoist Sages” – Timothr Freke.)

Rae

 You are invited to draw your own conclusions.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgQisaKqcHc

 

 

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