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Speaking to the majority

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I recently had a negative experience talking to a relative-by-marriage. I was called paranoid for my beliefs. Here’s a good comment on dealing with the non-fakeologists.

“It’s a fact, that it’s usually a miserable experience when talking to a member of 95% club and it sucks that I need a differnt set of friends to talk about manufactured reality. So I feel comforted by reading that someone else alike has similar issues and can then relate to this and such reality with more optimism. Something that is rarely seen in these days as much as the balls needed to say it out loud.” But that is the whole problem? Why is it so “miserable” to talk to the 95%? Do you have any illusion

Source: The Columbine effect | Piece of Mindful

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The Columbine effect | Piece of Mindful

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If you aren’t reading the POM blog and its comments, you should be. This is my kind of writing/thinking – big picture stuff. I hope Mark joins me in an audio conversation soon to discuss his most bang on research.

Of course, I go with door #4 – these are all staged #HRDPAR with the full backing of the military and its power pawns in civilian clothes. They are immoral, unethical, but legal.

I’ve pasted the whole post below, in case you can’t/won’t click.

The Columbine effect

In the discussions below we have described a large herd out there, the unthinking majority of Americans, as “the 95%.” Some think that too generous. Perhaps half of the adults are easily herded into voting booths. They can easily be reduced to ridiculous debates about whether one of two despicable candidates, say Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, offers a better choice.

Half doesn’t bother to vote. Some might take comfort in that, as it is the proper choice. I  doubt, however, that the decision is a result of critical thought. They are just distracted by poverty, football, substance abuse, entertainment and low-paying repetitive jobs that destroy their minds. The sad conclusion is that the 95% are hopelessly under control, so that from the standpoint of those in power, their only task is to isolate them from the minority of people who do learn how to reason and solve problems.

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Five percenters 

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You’re in an exclusive club. Enjoy the isolation,and also enjoy the comradery here. 

What follows is a passage from Wilson’s 1967 postscript that strikes me as being not true, precisely, and yet true enough.

“In the Korean War the Chinese discovered that they could prevent the escape of American soldiers by segregating the “leader figures” and keeping them under heavy guard, and leaving the others without any guard at all. The leaders were always precisely five percent of the total number of soldiers. And it so happens that this figure holds good for most species of animals too. The “dominant majority” is always five percent.”

Words of hope for the five percent pieceofmindful.com…

Will I be remembered as a 9/11 denier?

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Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel dead at 78 | Canada | News | Toronto Sun

I have mixed emotions about Zundel. Was this man promoted by the nutwork to be a stand out example to create unnecessary laws to stop dissent?

Despite your take on the Holocaust, the ability to question the official narrative of anything is the real story here.

I always knew that, yet the story kept returning to the emotional themes that Zundel loved Hitler, hated Jews, and denied the Holocaust.

If you read what he said and printed, then you know these talking points are all half truths, the deadliest of truths to try and defend or refute.

Now, to even use the word Jew or Holocaust in a spoken or written sentence is toxic. It’s like touching a live power wire. One doesn’t dare do it in polite, or even impolite company.

The story of Zundel is complex and beyond the attention span of today’s human. It cannot be boiled down to a few minutes.

Even before fakeology, I was always interested, like most, in what I was told to detest and defy. I chose the contrarian path, and was even more interested in what was verboten.

I will never accept the term denier for any of my views.

Questioner is fine, and should be a label everyone is ok with wearing.

The usual sad and sick hypocrisy from those who tell us what to think:

www.torontosun.com…

That Zundel was still spreading these views very much upset the Jewish Defence League, whose Canadian director Meir Weinstein commented Sunday: “Hitler Lover Ernst Zundel is dead … Time for a party.”Ernst Zundel

Anyone who celebrates another human’s death is mentally ill, especially against one holding a thought contrary to their own.

Man on the street interviews

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I always enjoy what real (I hope) people have to say. Most people are smarter than they think, and some even speak truth more than what they think others want them to say.

Here’s a pretty polished youtuber that I’ve thrown a coffee donation to (via paypal not patreon: paypal charges $0.01 and patreon $0.35).

Towards the end, people don’t think they are programmable. That’s the beauty of our culture creators’ work: the recipients don’t realise that their thoughts and actions are completely given to them.