Time for a short digital-break for a week or two. Release from some compulsive behaviour. Tendencies. Tighten the sails and break whatever needs breaking. Building-up in the most separated-unto faith. Communicating to even how-few might read, is not working right. Writing in too many circles, when if/when better, say/less – but out . . .
Of all the false-flags that make you go, “why this far..?” – Why make such spectacular destruction? 9/11 is one major passage in the ultimate green-lighters bad-spel of lies and deceit.
An argument can be made, this can only reasonably be assessed as coming from those intent on fulfilling deeper meanings and/or yes, . . .
A while back wrote my 'latest intentions' was to talk more about God on Truthscoop. Evangelism. Reasons for my hope. Instead, carried on social commentating with Plant a Seed being whatever it is morning-times.
Keep telling myself Truthscoop is talk about politics and culture but feeling the need to firmly . . .
Two comments on The Burning Blogger Of Bedlam:
The thing I’m realising – through reading this – is how challenging moderate and measured thinking can be . . .
'The story here...' James on Crimes of Empire begins The Dallas Police Shootings and without hesitating for some hindsight – breaks down a plausible plot-line. One that, I compared on 21WIRE to those we pour over in fiction:
Fast-up and deep talk. Yes we can. Oh... yes. 'Crimes of Empire' is – not-unusual – . . .
Words? Write these not expecting to be read. Much. Don't mind. Other concerns have me gripped.
Internet popularity? If I make good, it's to promote one central, awake-contesting, plea: DIY.
Make a comment somewhere, add a thought, go-further – do a truthscoop? For me, this unquestionably our goal – a . . .
Perspectives? Who is, on the right lines?
Reading the Book of Lamentations this morning aptly accompanies my concern: We have got to be on the brink of global collapse?
Virtually mainstream admitted. To keep up Greg Hunter holds light, his latest Michael Krieger-Complete Collapse of Everything more/same/warnings. . . .