Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it – no matter if I have said it! – except it agree with your own reason and your own common sense.” – Siddhartha Gautama, a.k.a. the Buddha

Perspectives

I think the hardest pill I’ve had to swallow is this; living through the death of a nation is far different than studying such. But that is where we are. This nation is dying. (some would argue already dead but influenced by momentum still.) There are holdiuts from both Constitutional Republic and the obvious Marxist Gramiscian influences that currently hold the reins; no matter how they grabbed hold, their hold is tentative at best, and smacks of desperation on all counts. Current ‘bully on the schoolyard’ posturing with Russia is a display of that desperation. I notice the media is not talking about the moves China has made in its sphere and its current motivation to land grabs nor that they have tripled the size of their naval power since 2008. (Its likely even more than that, but I’m taking a conservative guesstimate as the other numbers seem out of proportion to useful deployment. You can’t control the world from the sea anymore; not like Great Britain did in the 1700s. Air power and rockets/missile tech have knocked pure naval domination down.)

But the most interesting thing to me is how blatantly the majority avoid admission of a fact. While Trump was in office, warfare was at an all time low, WORLD WIDE. The media is still avoiding even mentioning the Abraham Accords that have started the process, and very successfully, towards peace on the Middle East. Something NO OTHER PRESIDENT had been able to do since we divvied up power there after world war 2.

But now that the Puppetmasters have their boy as the figurehead, its business as usual and the efforts to foment class/race/gender division on the home front are back in acceleration, and keep the military-industrial-academia complex happy, we must piss off the rest of the frickin world.

Why Russia? Why not China since they are doing the exact same thing with their efforts in the China Sea? Who do you think bought and paid for the new puppet in chief? Can’t be shitting on your employer so early in the game,,,

Perspective. Watching the failure from within is entirely different than studying past failures. And while the lines are not identical, they are quite parallel; enough so that one can see possible futures. The biggest fog to deal with is in communications. We have never before had such resilient communications nor as fast as what we now have before and that is fogging where the lines are headed. There also werent 8 billion placeholders at large either. The dynamics have shifted to more individual and less State: and I think that is the why of how tech is brainwashing as many as they can keep on the hook. Control the signal to direct the momentum. (Yeah, total “Duh!!” point there, huh?)

The fabric the thieves cut in this act of the world play, is unraveling. The spin doctors are rushing like crazed bovids from one fire to the next, trying to keep the narrative alive and fresh. They built their fraud from so many sticks and held it together with mud, but the rain of reality is picking up.

Interesting times indeed. Now if we can keep the bully from pissing off the quiet nerd and getting his ass stomped, and in turn our asses stomped because we didnt stop the bully, well, we might have a chance to rebuild. There is no returning to where we were, and what comes next can be even better,,, or we may be headed into the Endarkenment as Billy Beck so eloquently termed what he sees as the next chapter.

Time: doesnt stop so we can get our shit together.

CHANGE: The only REAL constant in Human Society.

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  1. That curse (whether historically correctly attributed or not) of Interesting Times, alas.

    I’m not yet *certain* that the grenade’s pin has truly been pulled, but it is most certainly being worked loose. That one person has said they ‘felt’ things are likely to start getting to the boil in June…and might well go on for a year, well, there’s some things I want to have dealt with in or before May, so I have a chance of getting through that year without something critical coming up short. And there’s always That Nagging Suspicion of “what am I overlooking?” (And I am if not in the boondocks, close to it. Not in an area that is nigh-guaranteed to reach Critical Stupidity. That means I might not be DIRECTLY effected – but I am at the *end* of a few supply chains… if/when they fail… “Use it up. Wear it out. Make it do. Or do without.” and that last one… what am I overlooking?

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    April 21, 2021 at 9:56 am

    • Similar sitrep here, not in the hotspot, but on the tail end of supply lines. Sadly, when we figure out the ‘what am I overlooking?’ question, it’ll prolly be too late.
      And yeah, same feeling here. Constamtly looking over things and asking that very question.

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      April 21, 2021 at 7:53 pm

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