SATURDAY SELECTION 1
'Understand television as a transmission apparatus that links the famous with their audience in a giant circle-jerk...'
Marcia Frank quoted in Gore Vidal's memoirs.
Yet had been in the midst of celebrating TV's highlight times and the drama of opinions and ideas. All came together and one debate. . . .
UPDATE 2/6: Will be Truthscooping soon. With new umph, while try-do-better and the writing.
Contact with S. Awan on 9/5. He says; 'I'm not planning on disappearing, just so you know: just taking a breather .'
-- Hallelujah for that.
Next Truthscoop on The Persecution of David Noakes . . .
Update: Comment re Talmud.
Update: Article and comment on The MICHAEL JACKSON ‘Child Abuse’ Conspiracy: A Critical Analysis….
-- Beginning again after kicking off this morning. Now, into my once a week-off routine, have a drink and, Saturday. A propensity to get lippy. Reminded of Gore Vidal. Follows the quote used . . .
It would be a Cowardice and not a Brave... New World.
It's the fight over freedom to continue to speak what we currently can. The blessed presumption and able to assert or consider a wide range of opinions. Already the squeeze is on and UK's media/state is intent on clobbering-down dissenters.
Plans are . . .
Update: See Comment.
A church building imbued with personality and 'our lady of Paris'. Seemed resilient but oh so fragile. Almost destroyed. Saved by the people.
A crazy-arsed looking rescue gets proclaimed "...a miracle". Delays and inability to find the fire but half-hour from defeat, turn it . . .
'JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters' is a brilliant title and top-rated book.
How about why investigating 9/11 matters...
Answer? Because it leads to critical thinking about Sandy Hook through to Christchurch.
And why do particular claims matter? If proven correct, amount to . . .
Most of the UK population wouldn't mind a bit of tyranny and silencing, depending on how it's presented. Most -- in how few otherwise, care to shout about future dangers and unwanted consequences.
Yet, as long as people consider, it's "my kind of tyranny" and for the good of all -- of course -- and, . . .