Questioning Assumptions

“One of the things that typically happens in an argument or debate is that an individual makes a statement, and moves on to the next subject, theme, or piece of information, and the next, without proving or settling the first one. Then you end up with six bits of nonsense that supposedly make the thing make sense. We are not going to do that.”

Tom Cowan

Infertility When Bad is Good

 
Gee, Look What I Found in the Cornflakes
Or How to Profit from Genocide
Written in 2012, Updated in 2022

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The recent film, "Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda," impelled me to repeat observations I shared in 2012, in my article, “When Bad Is Good.” The film exposes and explores perhaps the most politically sensitive agenda of all, intentionally planned mass infertility, which is in effect, the deliberate depopulation of humanity. Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda, reveals the strategic genocide of future generations and who is manipulating this life-and-death agenda. See the film:

We begin with a simple question; is the link between impaired fertility, vaccines, genetically modified food, and herbicides, a coincidence?

Crossing the street, a bright 20-something gal said,” We should have a test to be sure young people are qualified to have kids.”  “What if they don’t pass the test,” I asked? ”Well . . . they shouldn’t be allowed to have children.” “That’s what Hitler thought and it led to the Holocaust. In his mind a good thing.”  “No way,” she said.

Themes: 
population

Broken Kids, Not Guns

On Tuesday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released a report titled “Active Shooter Incidents in the United States in 2021,” which logged sixty-one mass shootings last year.

Themes: 
violence
model imperative

What if everything you have been told might be wrong?


 

What we call ‘science’ begins with a hypothesis, a theoretical proposal, followed by a series of repeatable experiments that attempt to prove or disprove the theory. Over time, assumptions about proof or truth become fixed. Dogma replaces inquiry, leading to social, educational, political, and profitable institutions built on what is believed to be ‘the truth.’

Four Sins – Begin with the End in Mind

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“A misuse of memory,” Alan W. Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Religions, summarized his eighteen-hour dialogue with J. Krishnamurti. “That is the root.” Couple this with Einstein’s protégé, David Bohm’s observation;

Four Sins – Broken Bonds

Joseph Chilton Pearce spoke and wrote passionately on the way medical-technological birth negatively impacts what was generally termed ‘bonding,’ the continued merging, shared meaning, and reciprocal dynamic imprinted during pregnancy and extended after. Bonding, in this primal meaning, is not simple affection. It is an identity-defining, and self-world view forming “experience,” not something abstracted by the intellect, as a name and social expectations. (see Pregnancy, Birth and Bonding and Bonding and the Intelligence of the Heart.)

Themes: 
bonding
self image
culture

Four Sins

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“Why, with a history so rich in noble ideals and lofty philosophies that reach for the transcendent, do we exhibit such abominable behaviors? Our violence toward ourselves and the planet is an issue that overshadows and makes a mockery of all our high aspirations. Sat Prem, a French writer transplanted to India following World War II, recently asked this question: “Why, after thousands of years and meditation, has human nature not changed one iota?” In the same vein, this book asks why, after two thousand years of Bible quoting, proselytizing, praying, hymn singing, cathedral building, witch burning, and missionizing has civilization grown more violent and efficient in mass murder?”

Themes: 
consciousness
brain development
transcendence

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