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 reappraise. Act on. And . . .
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 especially with complex subjects. . . .
'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 – all on it, with . . .
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 vocal rise-up. Volume, as in . . .
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.
Written previously, . . .
Politics. MP type. Watching t.v. news again after 15 years absence is surreal. This is the politics, with the mainstream 'tabs and broads'. Computing its credibility and how far that is absent. One shouldn’t-be-shocker is the banal avenues they go down. The pet obsessions that defy relevance. The disconnect with anything that . . .
Commented on Crimes Of Empire's Multiple Blasts Strike Istanbul Airport
Appreciate the rapid response. Thanks. To read and view necessary sense, where madness and lies. Sift through any evidence censored by mainstream. “I hope that the Ataturk Airport attack, especially in Western countries [and] all over the world, will be a milestone . . .