It's a narky nasty piece. A Paul Craig Roberts re-post. Suits his urgent in a wilderness cry. Not one for the sweet pill.
After quotes, the writer John W. Whitehead begins with; Life in America has become a gut-wrenching, soul-sucking, misery-drenched, demoralizing existence.
Roberts titles in barbed and . . .
In Ceremony (1) sought to highlight the money master's interface with the occult. A confusing -- even for me -- . . .
Go hard into the dark underbelly of central criminals intel leads to unseen realms. Claims therein.
Or, at least indications what those in the deepest levels and HQ, 'think'... is going on.
What they're into. The fake reality, i.e. lost and lonely sickness. A three-card-trick for all us suckers who . . .
The internet and enter-the-net? Caught and cooking is the movement online. Escaping can be about engagement and participation.
For me, a Jesus' table-overturning instruction and command, through typing and graphics. Go in the temple . . .
The headline got me. Not into Marx but accept the weight his words might carry:
Washington is proving Karl Marx’s conclusion correct that violence is the only effective force in history, writes Roberts.
The added question mark on the graphic is 'hope' and another way. Another chance. A somehow witnessing . . .
Hoffman writes like a racehorse over the sticks. Bounding along, moving fast. With appropriate cf.'s -- citations -- it's a swift education, appealing to those, in more or less, the-know.
Wiki (W) writes:
'Michael A. Hoffman II (born January 2, . . .
Someone who knows Ronnie, one of his mates, said we'd get on? One night, many years ago in the Grove and this, about Truthscoop-type talk. And manner-about -- I trust. Thereon, should bet, Ronnie wouldn't read this site and snigger. Well, he . . .