Having no knowledge, they parrot information. As a superficially beneficial, conflagration. In order to gain access to yet more. Information. The now uncritically dominant paradigm. It may seem prudent to stay mute.
Everything in the economy is created by fossil energy, as the supply dwindles the demand to consume pushes up the price, of everything. The demand to consume is a part of the dominant paradigm, which feeds on the illusion that all natural resources are free and infinitely substitutable. This is patently nonsensical but it has… Continue reading Simples
Rein dø, næring dø, alt dø I must make a promise that things will get better otherwise no votes for father of the year Sinces I cannot tell you the truth yet hear this instead You'll need to be strong The system that'll put you in or out of work provide ya meat and drink… Continue reading The Bærekraft
C’mon, the Court doesn’t make rules, it interprets law. Blame if you must the legislative assemblies that create law. Perhaps of good intent, but largely unecessary for the 99 percent, or blame the voters that elect the legislators, by what the propaganda machine tell them they think, or perhaps the power that produces the propaganda… Continue reading Abortive
Repetitious code. Only not quite infinite, perchance, to be realised.
It is not compulsory
There is no evidence here simply a strange agglomeration of rubbish. And yet, to those that believe, this is entirely what they expect any who doesn't believe to say. "If you don't believe in the conspiracy you are part of the conspiracy" almost like they have done a reverse Orwell on themselves. And so, the… Continue reading Died suddenly
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Just know fictitious loans of made up things can create a market for hurt Basically I would like to leave it there, short, has a clear meaning, figure it out but then that assumes and we both know what that does Country makes digitalised currency loan to other country using made up funds based on… Continue reading In the event 3
C’mon, the Court doesn’t make the rules, it interprets them. Blame the legislative assemblies that make the law, or the voters that elect them, or the propaganda machines telling the voters what to think, or the wealthy and powerful that produce the propaganda… the Supreme Court is simply the last check and balance…
The real trick is to maintain the illusion that there is a left or a right and that there is a democratic choice to be made between ideological standpoints. In truth whether one chooses to support a system bias based on social or individual primacy the system itself does not change. The problems with the… Continue reading Illusion