• https://www.blackagendareport.com/race-central-both-revolution-and-reaction-latin-american
    https://www.blackagendareport.com/race-central-both-revolution-and-reaction-latin-american
    Race is Central to Both Revolution and Reaction in Latin American | Black Agenda Report
    The world birthed in the near extinction of one-fifth of humanity still exists, in the social relations bequeathed to the Americas by conquistadors and enslavers. “In Latin America, U.S. influence means White Power.”
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  • "Public Campaign Calls for Revolution in Use of Pension Funds"

    But don't worry - this is not a bail-out for billionaires, rather, this is being done "in order to end extreme poverty, tackle inequality & injustice, & “defeat climate change” by 2030."

    Because you know how concerned the rich are about those they must exploit to stay rich. And how much they care about the Earth that they pulverize daily - in order to further their profits.

    "The Declaration says it is crucial for the UN to serve as a champion of sustainable finance both globally and at national levels, in order to achieve the SDGs."

    And again, I will keep saying it, the World Economic Forum (WEF) partnered with the UN in June. They are in charge of the so-called SDG's.

    The Manufacturing of Greta Thunberg – for Consent: The House is On Fire! & the 100 Trillion Dollar Rescue [ACT IV]

    http://www.wrongkindofgreen.org/

    #LateStageCapitalism
    #MarchingForCapital
    #SaveTheBillionaires
    #GND #4IR




    http://sdg.iisd.org/news/public-campaign-calls-for-revolution-in-use-of-pension-funds/
    "Public Campaign Calls for Revolution in Use of Pension Funds" But don't worry - this is not a bail-out for billionaires, rather, this is being done "in order to end extreme poverty, tackle inequality & injustice, & “defeat climate change” by 2030." Because you know how concerned the rich are about those they must exploit to stay rich. And how much they care about the Earth that they pulverize daily - in order to further their profits. "The Declaration says it is crucial for the UN to serve as a champion of sustainable finance both globally and at national levels, in order to achieve the SDGs." And again, I will keep saying it, the World Economic Forum (WEF) partnered with the UN in June. They are in charge of the so-called SDG's. The Manufacturing of Greta Thunberg – for Consent: The House is On Fire! & the 100 Trillion Dollar Rescue [ACT IV] http://www.wrongkindofgreen.org/ #LateStageCapitalism #MarchingForCapital #SaveTheBillionaires #GND #4IR http://sdg.iisd.org/news/public-campaign-calls-for-revolution-in-use-of-pension-funds/
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  • Turns out, the revolution will be televised.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_ALrQNOIs04v_7y6yTAY6g
    Turns out, the revolution will be televised. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_ALrQNOIs04v_7y6yTAY6g
    Bernie or Bust Television
    The Bernie or Bust Show episodes 1-50 can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/user/eupchorus
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  • A strange thing happened yesterday. My account here was deleted without my knowledge and not by my initiation. Unless I was possessed by demons and I am suffering from amnesia or my gmail was hacked, I am at a loss to explain what happened. I could only sign up.again with another email account. Everything I had posted is gone. In case there are some who are interested, I will repost the comments about McLuhan here because they are too lengthy to fit into a comment slot.

    Marshall McLuhan was 'the media guru' of the 1970s and 80s, a Canadian scholar who titillated the imagination of many with his enigmatic and illuminating pronouncements --- " We invent things and thereafter they invent us."

    According to McLuhan, media is anything that we invent. And each invention is an extension of some part of ourselves. Clothes are an extension of skin, written words of memory, telephone of voice, cars of legs, electronics of our nervous system. During the latter part of his life, he attempted to summarise his diverse and exploratory ideas into a book called The Laws of Media.

    Everything we invent, he concluded, has four essential effects.

    - First, each invention enhances or exaggerates the body part or faculty of which it is an extension. Thus, our car allows us to 'run' faster and farther, thereby shrinking our experience of physical distance. Cars created suburbs and --- because we climb into them and wear them like skin --- they also create private space in public places.

    - Second, each invention obsolesces an old technology by replacing it with a new one. Thus, just as the telegraph displaced hand-carried messages, telephones displaced the telegraph, thereby shortening time and contributing to the immediacy Mcluhan called "The Global Village".

    - Third, each new invention retrieves something old by using it in a new way. Thus, the first content of television became old movies, thereby inviting a nostalgia by rekindling our reflection of the past. TV has also rekindled our interest in nature by bringing it ever more vividly into our living rooms. Cities have inspired a romance with nature.

    - Fourth, when pushed to the limit, each new invention reverses the effect for which it was intended. Thus, the car, which was supposed to eliminate the horse manure that polluted the 19th century cities, has now rendered some cities nearly uninhabitable because of toxic air emissions. And suburbia has created the traffic gridlock that increasingly renders car travel impossible.

    Each of our inventions 'massages' us into a new shape, changing how we think and behave. We become what we make. "You shape your tools and they shape you," McLuhan said. "It's a loop --- you start out a consumer and wind up being consumed." So the complex networks of manufacture, distribution, and marketing that accompany consumer goods get us on a treadmill we can't afford to get off. Economic necessity demands an escalating use of natural resources, an incessant intrusion into wild spaces, and a perpetual wreckage of natural ecologies to sustain the economic machinery we have invented. Thus, we ruin nature to rescue it. To save traffic from gridlock, we cover more farmland with freeways. To grow farmed salmon, we destroy wild salmon. The economic system we have created to serve our needs completes its 'loop' by turning everything into economics.

    "Too much of anything," McLuhan said, " will always bring the opposite of what you thought you were getting." Coal, the new fuel of the 18th century that was supposed to save England's forests by replacing wood as the Industrial Revolution's source of power, is now threatening forests with toxic air and global warming. The air plane travel that was supposed to make faraway and exotic places reachable, has turned the world into crowded tourist traps of homogenized sameness ---

    " No one goes there anymore," said Yogi Berra,
    " it's too crowded."

    The bulldozers, excavators, chain saws and factories that were supposed to make our human lives so much easier, are now causing the environmental degradation that might make our lives --- and the lives of many other creatures --- extremely difficult. In compliance with the Fourth Law of Media, McLuhan predicted ominously, "Even the global village is coded, in the end, to reverse."

    If McLuhan is correct,this means that the global village will begin to fracture and the parts will begin to isolate. "Pushed too far," he predicted, "many become one, one become many." We are beginning to get some sense of how this fracturing could occur. Violence is one possibility. As McLuhan said, the quest for identity is a central aspect of the electric age, and violence is the only way we have been able to achieve identity --- note terrorism. But peak oil could have a devastating effect on the international movement of goods and the interconnection of people. Exhausted natural resources could isolate countries by inducing them to give priority to their domestic interests. And the social and political unrest that could be triggered by extreme climate change would likely fragment the global village.

    McLuhan wasn't trying to describe an ideal world; he was attempting to describe a real one.

    He personally did not like change. But he believed we could avoid the worst effects of our inventions if we understood their impacts and anticipated consequences --- "Nothing is inevitable, provided that you are aware." So he said of his Laws of Media, "They come in hope but they only work as questions." What do our inventions enhance, obsolesce, retrieve or reverse? The trick is to recognize the patterns before we are victimized by results we do not want.

    The dilemma, as McLuhan was fond of saying, is that we drive into the future looking through the rear-view mirror. We only see where we have been, not where we are. But, if we angle ourselves just so, we can almost see the present.

    And if we carefully consider our inventions and the state of our surroundings, we can guess where we are going.

    The most current guessing should be enough to inspire change in our thought and behaviour --- before the loop completes itself and the consumers are consumed.
    A strange thing happened yesterday. My account here was deleted without my knowledge and not by my initiation. Unless I was possessed by demons and I am suffering from amnesia or my gmail was hacked, I am at a loss to explain what happened. I could only sign up.again with another email account. Everything I had posted is gone. In case there are some who are interested, I will repost the comments about McLuhan here because they are too lengthy to fit into a comment slot. Marshall McLuhan was 'the media guru' of the 1970s and 80s, a Canadian scholar who titillated the imagination of many with his enigmatic and illuminating pronouncements --- " We invent things and thereafter they invent us." According to McLuhan, media is anything that we invent. And each invention is an extension of some part of ourselves. Clothes are an extension of skin, written words of memory, telephone of voice, cars of legs, electronics of our nervous system. During the latter part of his life, he attempted to summarise his diverse and exploratory ideas into a book called The Laws of Media. Everything we invent, he concluded, has four essential effects. - First, each invention enhances or exaggerates the body part or faculty of which it is an extension. Thus, our car allows us to 'run' faster and farther, thereby shrinking our experience of physical distance. Cars created suburbs and --- because we climb into them and wear them like skin --- they also create private space in public places. - Second, each invention obsolesces an old technology by replacing it with a new one. Thus, just as the telegraph displaced hand-carried messages, telephones displaced the telegraph, thereby shortening time and contributing to the immediacy Mcluhan called "The Global Village". - Third, each new invention retrieves something old by using it in a new way. Thus, the first content of television became old movies, thereby inviting a nostalgia by rekindling our reflection of the past. TV has also rekindled our interest in nature by bringing it ever more vividly into our living rooms. Cities have inspired a romance with nature. - Fourth, when pushed to the limit, each new invention reverses the effect for which it was intended. Thus, the car, which was supposed to eliminate the horse manure that polluted the 19th century cities, has now rendered some cities nearly uninhabitable because of toxic air emissions. And suburbia has created the traffic gridlock that increasingly renders car travel impossible. Each of our inventions 'massages' us into a new shape, changing how we think and behave. We become what we make. "You shape your tools and they shape you," McLuhan said. "It's a loop --- you start out a consumer and wind up being consumed." So the complex networks of manufacture, distribution, and marketing that accompany consumer goods get us on a treadmill we can't afford to get off. Economic necessity demands an escalating use of natural resources, an incessant intrusion into wild spaces, and a perpetual wreckage of natural ecologies to sustain the economic machinery we have invented. Thus, we ruin nature to rescue it. To save traffic from gridlock, we cover more farmland with freeways. To grow farmed salmon, we destroy wild salmon. The economic system we have created to serve our needs completes its 'loop' by turning everything into economics. "Too much of anything," McLuhan said, " will always bring the opposite of what you thought you were getting." Coal, the new fuel of the 18th century that was supposed to save England's forests by replacing wood as the Industrial Revolution's source of power, is now threatening forests with toxic air and global warming. The air plane travel that was supposed to make faraway and exotic places reachable, has turned the world into crowded tourist traps of homogenized sameness --- " No one goes there anymore," said Yogi Berra, " it's too crowded." The bulldozers, excavators, chain saws and factories that were supposed to make our human lives so much easier, are now causing the environmental degradation that might make our lives --- and the lives of many other creatures --- extremely difficult. In compliance with the Fourth Law of Media, McLuhan predicted ominously, "Even the global village is coded, in the end, to reverse." If McLuhan is correct,this means that the global village will begin to fracture and the parts will begin to isolate. "Pushed too far," he predicted, "many become one, one become many." We are beginning to get some sense of how this fracturing could occur. Violence is one possibility. As McLuhan said, the quest for identity is a central aspect of the electric age, and violence is the only way we have been able to achieve identity --- note terrorism. But peak oil could have a devastating effect on the international movement of goods and the interconnection of people. Exhausted natural resources could isolate countries by inducing them to give priority to their domestic interests. And the social and political unrest that could be triggered by extreme climate change would likely fragment the global village. McLuhan wasn't trying to describe an ideal world; he was attempting to describe a real one. He personally did not like change. But he believed we could avoid the worst effects of our inventions if we understood their impacts and anticipated consequences --- "Nothing is inevitable, provided that you are aware." So he said of his Laws of Media, "They come in hope but they only work as questions." What do our inventions enhance, obsolesce, retrieve or reverse? The trick is to recognize the patterns before we are victimized by results we do not want. The dilemma, as McLuhan was fond of saying, is that we drive into the future looking through the rear-view mirror. We only see where we have been, not where we are. But, if we angle ourselves just so, we can almost see the present. And if we carefully consider our inventions and the state of our surroundings, we can guess where we are going. The most current guessing should be enough to inspire change in our thought and behaviour --- before the loop completes itself and the consumers are consumed.
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  • Excellent convo w/ Rick Strassman on #Psychedelics #DMT...

    Rick Strassman, MD, is an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of New Mexico. He is author of DMT: The Spirit Molecule -- A Doctor's Revolutionary Research Into the Biology of Near-Death and Mystical Experiences, Inner Paths to Outer Space: Journeys to Alien Worlds Through Psychedelics and Other Spiritual Technologies, and DMT and the Soul of Prophecy: a New Science of Spiritual Revelation in the Hebrew Bible. He has also authored a novel titled Joseph Levy Escapes Death.

    Here he describes the process of setting up a program to research the psychedelic drug, DMT, at the University of New Mexico. It took two years to obtain the required permissions, as there had been a twenty year hiatus in psychedelic research on human subjects. He describes the many precautions required for such research. He also discusses, in great detail, the stages of a DMT experience. Half of his research participants described communication with intelligent, autonomous entities while in an ostensible out-of-body state.
    Excellent convo w/ Rick Strassman on #Psychedelics #DMT... Rick Strassman, MD, is an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of New Mexico. He is author of DMT: The Spirit Molecule -- A Doctor's Revolutionary Research Into the Biology of Near-Death and Mystical Experiences, Inner Paths to Outer Space: Journeys to Alien Worlds Through Psychedelics and Other Spiritual Technologies, and DMT and the Soul of Prophecy: a New Science of Spiritual Revelation in the Hebrew Bible. He has also authored a novel titled Joseph Levy Escapes Death. Here he describes the process of setting up a program to research the psychedelic drug, DMT, at the University of New Mexico. It took two years to obtain the required permissions, as there had been a twenty year hiatus in psychedelic research on human subjects. He describes the many precautions required for such research. He also discusses, in great detail, the stages of a DMT experience. Half of his research participants described communication with intelligent, autonomous entities while in an ostensible out-of-body state.
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  • https://theconversation.com/is-the-united-states-on-the-brink-of-a-revolution-123244
    https://theconversation.com/is-the-united-states-on-the-brink-of-a-revolution-123244
    Is the United States on the brink of a revolution?
    The United States is exhibiting several of the signs that have historically resulted in uprisings and revolutions. Is another American revolution looming?
    THECONVERSATION.COM
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  • Each of us is a living breathing miracle of evolutionary cosmic creativity. Join tonight us for CoSM's 209th consecutive Full Moon gathering! https://cosm.org





    #chapelofsacredmirrors #fullmoon #instamoon #moonlight #moonlovers #lunar #moon #lunas #themoon #luna #nightsky #spirituality #spiritual #energy #enlightenment #consciousness #awakening #universe #wisdom #lightworker #knowthyself #knowledge #spirit #soul #loveandlight #abundance
    Each of us is a living breathing miracle of evolutionary cosmic creativity. Join tonight us for CoSM's 209th consecutive Full Moon gathering! https://cosm.org • • • • • #chapelofsacredmirrors #fullmoon #instamoon #moonlight #moonlovers #lunar #moon #lunas #themoon #luna #nightsky #spirituality #spiritual #energy #enlightenment #consciousness #awakening #universe #wisdom #lightworker #knowthyself #knowledge #spirit #soul #loveandlight #abundance
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  • What can we trust? Why is the 'information ecology' so damaged, and what would it take to make it healthy?

    This is a fundamental question, because without good sensemaking, we cannot even begin to act in the world. It is also a central concern in what many are calling the "meaning crisis", because what is meaningful is connected to what is real.

    Daniel Schmachtenberger is an evolutionary philosopher - his central interest is civilization design: developing new capacities for sense-making and choice-making, individually and collectively, to support conscious sustainable evolution.
    What can we trust? Why is the 'information ecology' so damaged, and what would it take to make it healthy? This is a fundamental question, because without good sensemaking, we cannot even begin to act in the world. It is also a central concern in what many are calling the "meaning crisis", because what is meaningful is connected to what is real. Daniel Schmachtenberger is an evolutionary philosopher - his central interest is civilization design: developing new capacities for sense-making and choice-making, individually and collectively, to support conscious sustainable evolution.
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  • As a society we have conditioned blind spots, convenient blind spots. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil, make the evil covert, CIA style. You know?

    As a society we just ignore core evil, it’s a matter of National Security… shh… nothing to see here...

    Just go back to sleep... keep enjoying your debt slavery, got to "keep up with the Joneses," or keep up with the Kardashians, keep rat racing toward oblivion… eat your toxic food, gorge yourself on GMOs, take your highly addictive prescription pills, listen to your divide & conquer propaganda, keep fighting amongst each other partisan identity politics style while global imperialists rob our wealth & resources & pollute our land...

    It's all good...

    "Home of the Brave, Land of the Free, Making the World Safe for Democracy," and other fairy tales for mass produced faux individuals.

    Now here's Bill with the weather...

    After a message from our sponsors...

    You know, it's madness!

    It seems the more traumatizing wider reality becomes, the more people ignore it & indulge in denial.

    I've learned to never underestimate people's ability to block out the evil that is growing around us.

    Giving people the facts as a strategy of influence has proven to be a failure.

    Ipso facto TRILLIONS UNACCOUNTED FOR...

    People prefer comforting lies to disturbing truth... that much is ๐Ÿ’ฏ% CLEAR.

    As a wise man once said, "Those who fail to learn from the brutal stompings visited upon them in the past are doomed to be brutally stomped in the future."

    People get hypnotized & trapped in stunted, adolescent, pathological psychological cycles. Contracted consciousness. Consciousness concentration camps, in the suburban ghettos of the mass manufactured mind.

    What did Skinner call it?

    "Mechanical baby-tender," from the cradle to the grave, Skinner Box bred in a token economy. Factory schooled & in debt.

    How's that working out for you?

    Personally, it's not working for me... i'm not into it, at all...

    Tap, tap, tapping... on the psycho-synaptic glass ceiling of our prison cell.

    People don't like to have their illusions messed with. Their algorithmically fabricated identities are built upon very shaky ground... hence skyrocketing depression & addiction rates.

    Their reality is a house of cards & a category-5 storm is heading their way. It's a castle made of sand. Tornado incoming.

    They are living on fault lines. If you start fracking around, they'll huff & puff.

    Tap, tap, tapping... on reality bubbles...

    You can't question the presuppositions that mass produced reality is repetitively built upon.

    You'll get the backfire effect.

    Once that repetitious messaging is set, once those beliefs get installed, regimented & solidified, confirmation biases & groupthink take over & locks them in.

    What did they call it in that PSYOPS manual?

    Oh yeah, "Freedom on Leashes," part of "Full Spectrum Dominance."

    Shh... classify that! Redact that... The AI Thought Police are surveilling...

    Where were we?

    Oh, yeah... Orwellian "Unconventional Warfare" Full Spectrum razzmatazz...

    Any attack on those pre-installed repetitious belief systems elicits an instinctive attack, a conditioned reflex, an immediate rejection before critical thought can be applied.

    The neo-cortex is short-circuited before it can be engaged. Over-stimulation of the fear-based ego / reptilian brain atrophies critical faculties, the amputation of critical thinking skills... not to mention attention spans...

    oh no, attention spans... this message is too long, once again, what do you know?

    seriously, what do you know? we need all the wisdom we can get... the hour is late...

    we know that we don't know... as the paradoxical nature of this perceptual construct begins to unravel... hidden variables as far as the eye cannot see...

    man... i thought i was just going to post a cool pic w/ a quick caption... my mind is a runaway train these days... riding the dao is dangerous... the current is strong...

    to be clear, every word was typed w/ much love & respect... after all, we are entangled particles... these are all "Notes to Self"... just trying to make some sense of this nonsense... trying to navigate the swirling chaos...

    let me say 1 more thing, if your attention span has it this far... the world needs you! no joke, the world needs YOU!! Attentional skills have been eroded... we desperately need people who can think... critical thinking humans are all but extinct... the AI technocratic overloads have marked us for expiration... I think therefore I am... no need to think... AI bots will think for you...

    This "wisdom is silent while ignorance is loud" dynamic is killing us... literally... wait, that's not the point that i wanted to make...

    Yes, this is the ending point, to go with the pic & end on a bright note:

    We need to expose our collective shadow to light.

    As Carl Jung makes clear, "The shadow, when it is realized, is the source of renewal."

    Evil breeds & festers in darkness... that's why they make it covert.

    Once we expose the collective shadow to light, many evolutionary paths unfold. It seriously becomes a "choose your own solution adventure." New frontiers, new paradigms open up before you… and that's where "self-actualizing in service to the greater good & having fun in the process" becomes real contagious....

    #BeTheLight

    Unleash Your #FreqPower
    As a society we have conditioned blind spots, convenient blind spots. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil, make the evil covert, CIA style. You know? As a society we just ignore core evil, it’s a matter of National Security… shh… nothing to see here... Just go back to sleep... keep enjoying your debt slavery, got to "keep up with the Joneses," or keep up with the Kardashians, keep rat racing toward oblivion… eat your toxic food, gorge yourself on GMOs, take your highly addictive prescription pills, listen to your divide & conquer propaganda, keep fighting amongst each other partisan identity politics style while global imperialists rob our wealth & resources & pollute our land... It's all good... "Home of the Brave, Land of the Free, Making the World Safe for Democracy," and other fairy tales for mass produced faux individuals. Now here's Bill with the weather... After a message from our sponsors... You know, it's madness! It seems the more traumatizing wider reality becomes, the more people ignore it & indulge in denial. I've learned to never underestimate people's ability to block out the evil that is growing around us. Giving people the facts as a strategy of influence has proven to be a failure. Ipso facto TRILLIONS UNACCOUNTED FOR... People prefer comforting lies to disturbing truth... that much is ๐Ÿ’ฏ% CLEAR. As a wise man once said, "Those who fail to learn from the brutal stompings visited upon them in the past are doomed to be brutally stomped in the future." People get hypnotized & trapped in stunted, adolescent, pathological psychological cycles. Contracted consciousness. Consciousness concentration camps, in the suburban ghettos of the mass manufactured mind. What did Skinner call it? "Mechanical baby-tender," from the cradle to the grave, Skinner Box bred in a token economy. Factory schooled & in debt. How's that working out for you? Personally, it's not working for me... i'm not into it, at all... Tap, tap, tapping... on the psycho-synaptic glass ceiling of our prison cell. People don't like to have their illusions messed with. Their algorithmically fabricated identities are built upon very shaky ground... hence skyrocketing depression & addiction rates. Their reality is a house of cards & a category-5 storm is heading their way. It's a castle made of sand. Tornado incoming. They are living on fault lines. If you start fracking around, they'll huff & puff. Tap, tap, tapping... on reality bubbles... You can't question the presuppositions that mass produced reality is repetitively built upon. You'll get the backfire effect. Once that repetitious messaging is set, once those beliefs get installed, regimented & solidified, confirmation biases & groupthink take over & locks them in. What did they call it in that PSYOPS manual? Oh yeah, "Freedom on Leashes," part of "Full Spectrum Dominance." Shh... classify that! Redact that... The AI Thought Police are surveilling... Where were we? Oh, yeah... Orwellian "Unconventional Warfare" Full Spectrum razzmatazz... Any attack on those pre-installed repetitious belief systems elicits an instinctive attack, a conditioned reflex, an immediate rejection before critical thought can be applied. The neo-cortex is short-circuited before it can be engaged. Over-stimulation of the fear-based ego / reptilian brain atrophies critical faculties, the amputation of critical thinking skills... not to mention attention spans... oh no, attention spans... this message is too long, once again, what do you know? seriously, what do you know? we need all the wisdom we can get... the hour is late... we know that we don't know... as the paradoxical nature of this perceptual construct begins to unravel... hidden variables as far as the eye cannot see... man... i thought i was just going to post a cool pic w/ a quick caption... my mind is a runaway train these days... riding the dao is dangerous... the current is strong... to be clear, every word was typed w/ much love & respect... after all, we are entangled particles... these are all "Notes to Self"... just trying to make some sense of this nonsense... trying to navigate the swirling chaos... let me say 1 more thing, if your attention span has it this far... the world needs you! no joke, the world needs YOU!! Attentional skills have been eroded... we desperately need people who can think... critical thinking humans are all but extinct... the AI technocratic overloads have marked us for expiration... I think therefore I am... no need to think... AI bots will think for you... This "wisdom is silent while ignorance is loud" dynamic is killing us... literally... wait, that's not the point that i wanted to make... Yes, this is the ending point, to go with the pic & end on a bright note: We need to expose our collective shadow to light. As Carl Jung makes clear, "The shadow, when it is realized, is the source of renewal." Evil breeds & festers in darkness... that's why they make it covert. Once we expose the collective shadow to light, many evolutionary paths unfold. It seriously becomes a "choose your own solution adventure." New frontiers, new paradigms open up before you… and that's where "self-actualizing in service to the greater good & having fun in the process" becomes real contagious.... #BeTheLight Unleash Your #FreqPower
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  • About Changemaker.Media
    Algorithmic suppression and censorship on social media platforms has become absurdly oppressive. Unless you're posting two-party partisan groupthink or divide & conquer divisiveness of some sort, the Algo Thought Police stomp your posts down. We have built and organized massive global movements using social media and now it is algorithmically designed to suppress any movement that is not...
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  • In Defense of the American People
    art via @ObeyGiant Overcoming divide & conquer propaganda... I will be posting a significant amount of vital information. I am publishing two books and will continue to layout how Trillions of our tax dollars are lost through outrageous fraud and mind-boggling waste. Moving forward, military spending will be a major coverage area but the primary focus will be on spreading the most...
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  • Navigating the Media Maelstrom
    How our hyper-connected age is destroying attention spans, eroding critical-thinking & tearing us apart... The multi-tabbed, multi-screen, multi-channeled, multi-media prism through which we currently experience the world is already wreaking havoc with our ability to think clearly. The constant competition between signals clawing for attention erodes our ‘working memory’ โ€Š-...
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