for a better and more complete understand. With 6-8 hours a day spent studying, a heretofore unknown luxury, the DOTS are starting to connect. Very slowly, but like a land slide or large movement of water, the momentum gains energy and speed. I think I misspoke re Estulin comments and Trump being a globalist. His marketing and businesses have global reach. In order to accomplish this he must associate with those globalist types. Most likely besting them at their game and coming away with superior knowledge of their tactics
3 DOT boxes each leaked a little fluid this morning. The leaks puddled into something that then coalesced into a thought about censorship, free speech, jailable offenses and like topics.
Rappoport and Armstrong both commented on censorship with John focussing on the devious nature of censorship and AM noting how torture was used, along with near 100% conviction rate in Old England and New America. He should know about both lamentable states, having been incarcerated and then nearly beaten to death in jail.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as are restraints placed on speaking on any subject that others find offensive. To some, chains are an art form. I'll comment on the blended puddled yield of the 3 boxes, referring to both MA and JR.
In a world where freedom is unknown, speaking out for free speech is hate speech, subjecting the person to arrest, trial and imprisonment with a 98% success rate of conviction. If a person pleads out after relentless torture their family loses everything (Olde English law).
Ayn Rand's book Anthem, almost unknown today, was a novel where the word "I" was unknown. It was banned into non-existence where groupthink was enforced. Independent thought was a crime, much like some of JR's novellas describe. Imagination was punishable by serious death or worse.
There was a time when the Constitution supposedly prevented this silly notion that torture was and is cruel and unusual punishment, supposedly prevented by the 8th Amendment. Maybe there were a few minutes after the post-orgasmic signing of this noble document where the 8th Amendment meant something, but after 10 years of harsh war, the founding fathers might have harbored different sentiments about those who transgressed against them.
When government wants your fuzzy butt in jail then Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, it's off to gaol you go.
Pot convictions are responsible for 46% of all incarcerations. Now that's a racket. Jail someone for exercising the First Amendment right to pursue life liberty and pursuit of happyness. Riiiiight! Happy Happy puff puff, then off with your head.
Is there a world where a man convicted and sentenced to death by firing squad and is given the right of his last smoke Give me some really good Maui Wowie.
The Whisky Rebellion was the really real 'First Shot Heard 'Round the World.' Fuck with the gummint revenues and your Constitutional rights mean jack shit.
Fill for-profit prisons with people of color, convicted on most specious charges, work them on the assembly line, keep them in cells 23 hours a day, turn them into sub humans, bartering for mackerel snacks and then wonder why we have 5 times the number of people in jail than any other country including the gulags of the former USSR (there I go, inflaming the passions again) Heck of a racket.
If a person pleads Not Guilty they are charged prosecuted, and convicted after long harsh torture and their family loses everything. If the accused refuses to talk they are tortured to death but the family keeps their estate. Australia just passed laws in which a person charged with a crime can have their assets seized along with the charge if they cannot prove the source of their cash or wealth. Your wealth escheats to the state. What a word. S Cheat!
Seems like the good old times of King Whoever IV are coming back. Tied me bleedin' kangaroo down mate, I'm Waltzing Matilda to the poor house.
If you plead, you are guilty. If you plead not guilty, you are guilty. Either way your estate is looted.
If you say nothing then you are killed but your estate is hopefully not looted. Many said nothing and saved their families.
What will be seen as new criminal hate speech or crimes against those who are the new arbiters of 'free speech' ? Time will tell.
All speech is free speech but some is freer than other.
If we say something about rigging markets, could that rise to a level of hate speech against the bankers, hedge fund financialists and transnationalists. TFMR is nothing if not a bully pulpit for calling out market rigging. If it wasn't for those comments, TFMR would be half of its present space. If this form of hate speech came to pass---eh ahhh. I just scared myself with that thought.
Would Trump consider speech against his monied interests go ahead and deem this as hate speech.
YOU BET YOUR ASS HE WOULD.
His basic agreements with the social media platforms gave a pass to FaCIAbook and their ilk to go after their preferred targets, demonizing anyone guilty of heterodoxic speech in a world governed by fierce adherence to the orthodoxy of the new age priesthood class of the secular social media platforms.
Heretics will be burned at the anti free speech stake on a massive pyre of digital vanities and obsolete Kindles.
So, you don't like rigged elections. Die, witch die! Burn, you beastly heretic. We will scourge the earth of you heretics who dare to call out how our elections are clean, pure and free from taint.
Hey slick, 'taint so. If there's been one free and pure election in the US I am a monkey's uncle.
Say anything about vaccines and you'll be excommunicated from the company of polite egg sucking malodorous pukes; the company of strangers who wouldn't say SHIT if they had a mouthful. Save me from the company of polite people. I love being a bull in a china shop. Daily, wifey tells me so. Aside from detesting china as poncy, fussy effette eating ware, it's way too much fun to see how fragile crockery shatters, along with the egos who think china's the bees knees.
Seeing that I'm slipped off the trolley again, I'll leave with one comment. The president of our bank made Art of War required reading. My copy was dog eared and book marked with yellow highlights on the good parts. The prose was deliciously good reading