- The FOOL & FOLLY
- Riding a unicycle that is centered on this metaphor of
the sun; neither the Fool, nor Folly its counterpart, are aware of what
must be seen if either are to "see" what cannot be ignored. All
of us will reap what we have sown, whether that has been a conscious or
an unconscious decision, is irrelevant to the universe that rules us all.
- All of us will die one day, because that is a very basic
part of just 'being alive.' That fact is supposed to help people focus
on the importance of what we do with our individual lives. Unfortunately
today we no longer ask any of the huge questions because they are too complex
and far too restrictive in a world that no longer has any boundaries' or
any laws that matter to those that call the shots.
- Several key things tend to get lost in this confusion
which ends up looking very much like the two figures above trying to ride
the same unicycle; and who are not only going 'nowhere' but who are becoming
very frustrated by this situation. The resolution for this is that each
person must in the end choose their own path; choose what they want to
be and how they want to get to where they know they want to go. In that
mini-quest neither "toys nor games, nor drugs or temporal powers'
have any role to play at all because all those things are nothing but by-products
of how any person has chosen to live.
- How did this happen? It happened because Amerikans are
only half-alive: This is true because most have never had the chance to
think for themselves, hence too many know absolutely nothing about the
real world at all.
- Part of this is due to circumstance. Another part is
due to having the luxury of not ever having "needed to learn how to
survive." When that does not occur; those involved never learn about
how much they have missed out on, in coming to understand how the 'other-half
lives.' The rest of the world is not like the old United States. The rest
of the world "knows" about war, hunger, privation, disease, poverty
and death; while here we only care about those increasingly numerous opportunities
to profit from the misery of others. And all of this goes hand in hand
with having invaded other countries over 200 times since this nation was
- If more Americans had spent some time learning more about
life as a central point in living; as well as satisfying their own gratifications,
the world of today would be a completely different place. Authentic lives
would be valued, wisdom and elders would have deeper meanings for almost
everyone than they ever could have today. But then if that were true, no
one would be interested in creating a world where war, mega-destruction,
torture, mutilation and death have become major industries and are intertwined
fully with every major controlling-interest on the planet, in driving these
forces ever-deeper into the sub-strata of what remains of this dying planet.
- No one can survive in a culture where war, disease, famine,
floods and death are intentionally created to poison, to destroy or to
starve at least four-fifths of the population of the planet. We have allowed
the world's mega-corporations to poison the air, the water and the earth
and take whatever is left-over into the fires of desecration to be turned
into ashes so that no one can profit from the ruins of what they have contrived
to utterly steal, to destroy or to conquer outright.
- With that as preamble: How is this place going to survive
when literally all that debt-driven money is being spent to eradicate the
earth as well as all the people that are still trying to survive upon it?There
is no "coming-back" from this level of hatred that is being generated
by those that say they have "a right" to everything and that
no one but themselves has any rights at all? This is a monstrous problem
especially since most of the herd does not hunger for anything quite so
- Common-denominators among the crimes above are the failure
to think about anything besides one's own desires or the survivability
of the planet on which everything quite literally depends. Truly the current
situation makes about as much sense as the insanity depicted in the illustration
above. But then since we seem to have lost all sense, given what we have
accepted as completely tolerable: The global situation clearly is catering
to chaos in the extreme while surrendering to every new obscenity without
so much as a whimper of resistance.
- TSA is the perfect example of members of the herd lining
up to be poked, sexually assaulted, prodded and insulted; beaten if they
indicate any resistance at all; and this crime is followed by illegal arrest
and more of the same wherever that person is taken. And: We all KNOW this,
yet we choose to do absolutely nothing about any of it! Why-well because
we've all been told this fairy-tale that is completely un-true about something
that happened on 911. And rather than question what we are being told,
we have virtually surrendered to being spied on, followed, investigated,
tasered, tortured, beaten and arrested without cause or even any charges
needing to be filed: Because this place is now formally a "Police-State"
wherein there are no rights and no laws for those that are doing this (and
no responsibilities are recognized by the perpetrators) so that the population
continues to suffer these attacks as often and as crudely as our oppressors
feel that they can get-away-with.
- Does any of this sound sane or civilized-by
any definition that you have ever heard of? What happened to all that grand
language about Freedom or the Republic where the minority was supposed
to be protected not just from criminals; but from the majority as well
as from the so-called government? What happened to the Land of the Free?
Well when those who had that privilege (which someone else had paid for)
fails to do what must be done to keep their freedom: Then in the resulting
nightmare, there can be no freedom in any land where the people are no
longer brave enough to fight the tyranny and treasons that have changed
this world completely from that dreamtime that once was part of American
- "The missing component in everything now remains
the ability of ordinary people to think for themselves - and then to act
on what they discover - without reference to the OWNERS' preferences that
have been the ONLY THING that controls what most people still do today.
- Every person's views must be their own; and whatever
they individually do must come not from 'pragmatism' or from the limited
self-interest of either money or power but from that place inside where
the truth's of this world are both known and too often ignored."
- Since the dawn of the Twenty-first Century and this new
millennium we have lost every battle that has been declared upon each and
every one of us: but the WAR goes on. If we are to make any difference
in the final outcome then we must begin to win some of these battles-decisively!
Have we become so collectively lobotomized that we cannot yet see all that
has been done to us in the name of that false-flag operation we refer to
as 911? Are we are really incapable of demandingPROOF from those who covered
up the truth of that day? Why has no journalist stood up at a national
press conference and in response to Obama's blatant and continual lies
about that day-simply said: "PROVE IT!"
- Truth can be a very powerful force in the right hands
or on the right tongue; so where are those hands and where are those words
that do not lie? Kennedy gave them to us and we have FAILED to repeat them
to any leader since he was murdered.
- "The very word "secrecy" is repugnant
in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically
opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings.
We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment
of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify
it. Even today, there is little value in opposing the threat of a closed
society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions. Even today, there is little
value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive
with it. And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased
security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to
the very limits of official censorship and concealment. That I do not intend
to permit to the extent that it is in my control. And no official of my
Administration, whether his rank is high or low, civilian or military,
should interpret my words here tonight as an excuse to censor the news,
to stifle dissent, to cover up our mistakes or to withhold from the press
and the public the facts they deserve to know."
- "It requires a change in outlook, a change in tactics,
a change in missions-by the government, by the people, by every businessman
or labor leader, and by every newspaper. For we are opposed around the
world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on
covert means for expanding its sphere of influence--on infiltration instead
of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead
of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is
a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the
building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military,
diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations.
- Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes
are buried, not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No
expenditure is questioned, no rumor is printed, no secret is revealed.
It conducts the Cold War, in short, with a war-time discipline no democracy
would ever hope or wish to match." (1)
- Kennedy died because of this and the fact that he insisted
on inspecting Israel's Nuclear Weapons facility at Dimona; along with having
signed the legislation under Executive Order 11110, to end the Federal
Reserve: Not to mention his problems with the mob and Castro.
- Kennedy's gone, but his words live on. What part of his
thoughts above could you give new life to? If we do not do something significant
very soon we'll all be joining Jack on the other side of whatever follows
- 1) The President and the Press, John F. Kennedy