Orgonite: A Sexual Psyop – Wilhelm Reich the Perverted Marxist Degenerate

“At a certain point there were people who became conscious of all these elements and the potential they had for political control.  In the sexual realm, Wilhelm Reich was a crucial figure.  His book “The Mass Psychology of Fascism’ which came out in 1933 became the Bible for the use of sexual liberation as a form of political control.” – E Michael Jones on Dionysos Rising: The Cultural Revolution and the Spirit of Music (31:45) Dr. Jones is talking about sexual ‘liberation’ as a form of political control.  Reich was at the vanguard of this licentious movement, which later culminated into the zeitgeist of Free Love, the sexual revolution of the 60’s. He continues: “What began as the bondage of sin eventually became financial control and what became accepted as a financial transaction has been forged into a form of political control. Sexual revolution is…

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Everyday Is Opposite Day: The Systematic Inversion of our Topsy-Turvy World

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Our world is stood on its head. What’s good is bad, and what’s bad is good. What is magnanimous is ignoble. Our ostensibly altruistic intent leads to unambiguously abominable outcomes. We think we are being a good person while we regularly carry out the deeds of Satan, usually ostentatiously. Our society is drifting away from righteousness and entering the dark realms of Pharisaism. What is black is white; what is darkness is light. Everyday is opposite day. The truth is systematically inverted. Feminists are not feminine. Men are not manly. Homosexuality is ‘cool’, cis-genders are ‘gay‘, but gays are not happy. Cholesterol repairs -not clogs- our arteries.  Fat makes you skinny, and low fat foods make you fat.  Veganism destroys the planet and kills more animals than a carnivorous diet. Exactly the opposite of what we’re told. Plant oils cause heart disease, not saturated…

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The Frankfort School: Cultural Revolution

For some time now it has been apparent to me that our culture has taken a shift, and not necessarily in the right direction.  In fact I can say without pause that our society has taken a turn for the worse; our mores and values have become inverted, seemingly to the point of no return. But why, and how? What is the origin of this cultural revolution? The following is a study which first appeared in a publication in Paris, France.  Originally written in French in 2001, it was translated into English a few years later.  After having read this you might better understand just how our world has been turned upside down. Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness. Isaiah 5:20 For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that…

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12 Tips To Trick People Into Thinking Your Smart

Ive recently come across a few ways to trick people into thinking that I am super smart. This is especially useful on social media when you want to impress your friends.  The following is a list of tips on how to appear intellectually superior, even though your not the brightest tool in the shed, or sharpest crayon in the drawer… 1. Use big words when small ones will do just fine.  Put another way; Employ a grandiloquent vernacular when banal rhetoric will suffice. A superlative verbiage is likely to impress those friends from high school whom scored higher than you on your verbal SAT. 2. Use a lot of semicolons.  It doesn’t even mater if you use them correctly; most people don’t know exactly how they work; so you can get away with it; quite easily. People are stupid; but you;ll super look smart.…

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Fiat Current Sea: Maritime Money

Our currency is like current in the sea. But a better analogy would be a river, since the flow of water is directed by the banks on either side. The river-banks control the current; the money-banks control the currency. This is why our ‘cash flow’ is a ‘liquid asset‘.   Water is a metaphor for money.  We use marine and aquatic vernacular to generically describe financial terms every day without even realizing it. (above) The Black River Bank of Watertown, New York was established in 1844 and ran until 1864 when it became the First National Bank of Watertown -obsoletecurrency When we make a lot of money, we make barrels of it. But if we are broke, we’re in deep. We’re literally drowning in a sea of debt. Or maybe we’re in hot water.  Our bank accounts have dried up. The economy can be tough and…

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Peak Petroleum, Abiotic Fossil Fuel: A Bone To Pick With The Oilagarchs

We’ve been trained to believe that petroleum is a fossil fuel. It’s supposed to have been generated over millions of years from the remains of dead organisms that were buried beneath sedimentary rock long ago.  There’re only so many of these ‘fossils’ left, therefore they say, we’ll eventually run out.  This is what ‘peak oil’ is all about, and it’s absolutely ludicrous. As the story goes, since there are only so many dinosaur bones, zooplankton, algae and other decayed biological matter from long ago; there is only so much oil.  This is good news for the ‘oilagarchs‘ since they can create artificial scarcity and raise the price due to the supposed lack of supply.  This happened in the 70’s for those old enough to remember. But what if this wasn’t the case? What if oil isn’t a so called fossil fuel, but simply a product…

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Pedagogic Logic: Conundrums, Puzzles, & Riddles

The answer is 35 because banana(15) + onecherry(5) x apple(4) = 35, Remember PEMDOS

I’ve always enjoyed brain teasers, puzzles and paradoxes. What at first may seem pretty straight forward, can trick us into believing the illogical and outright insane.  There are many reasons for this.   Here is a series of puzzles, where the answer may not always be as obvious as it seems. I will only reveal the answer, so it’s on you to solve each riddle. Using your logic, be your own pedagog. Click on each picture to reveal the answer, but only do so when you’re ready!!! Take your time. Some of these are very difficult! Video on this puzzle above Video on this puzzle above.  This is a difficult one. This next one is even more difficult. People will come up with all kinds of different answers, most of which are wrong. This video includes the puzzle above   How many circles do you…

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