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I don't know if we can make the assertion that neither capitalism nor socialism (really both are so broad terms in their application at this point to be relatively meaningless. Are they substitutes for economic or democratic systems or both?) are hopelessly morally corrupt.
I think that they just FEEL that way when people feel as helpless as they do.
But, like when the wall fell down in Berlin. Things feel impossible or inevitable until they change overnight. And sometimes they very well do.
J
There's the collective pychic back drop, I like to say 'the mind of man' .. which can be view both singular and collective. It could be considered more then the some of it's parts.
This force is a back side push to events.. something similar to the emotional force that suddenly arrises to birth and form mass movement s.
To the extent it becomes known as a strong emotional, and present personal
reality it is not abstract.
 
#22
Thanks so much. I'll have to have a look at this. I know another conservative friend of mine feels like he's been converted after this video.
I'm pretty much the antidote to this kind of philosophy, but we may be headed that way regardless.
 
#23
I will have to check it out.
Well I actually have 11.
The Mutual Audio Network is my daily drop series of audio dramas. Each of which is organized on a daily theme and have their own (Monday Matinee, Tuesday Terror, Wednesday Wonders, Thursday Thrillers, Friday Follies, Saturday Story Circle, and Sunday Showcase)
My original series is called "The Sonic Society" which can be found on Sunday Showcase weekly. www.sonicsociety.org
From Saturday Story Circle we have a kids audio fiction series called Story Circle Theatre, and an adult fiction podcast called Mutual Bookclub but that one is in dire need up updating)
And then my Electric Vicuna Production Podcast is a collection and weekly drop of every Audio Drama I've written, produced, acted in, etc.. in the last 20 years.
All found on Apple Pod, Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify etc...
J
Nice brother! Fuck politics, you got a lot going on! I will copy and paste this to my clipboard and will check all this out!
 
#24
Nice brother! Fuck politics, you got a lot going on! I will copy and paste this to my clipboard and will check all this out!
Thanks brother!
I had an interview last Saturday with SPERDVAC (The Society for the Preservation of Radio Drama, Variety and Comedy) and they promise to send me the video. I'll get it up on the youtube channel and in the feed at some point if you or anyone wants to get an idea of what we do.
 
#25
You might enjoy/appreciate this conversation. I just listened yesterday evening.
Ep 121 | 'Welcome to Anarchism, Glenn' | Michael Malice | The Glenn Beck Podcast
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podca...ichael-malice-the/id620967489?i=1000538758561
I'm about fifteen minutes in. I'm not much of a fan of Glenn Beck, and this anarchism I think I could debunk in a conversation. I spent most of my drive banging my head on my steering wheel at this guy's ideas.
He strikes me as a utopian idealist like the communists. None of this stuff would work in practice. We'd all be stuck back in the 19th century before China comes and imposes its rule.
I do have a question though. Why is it that so many conservatives would rather burn down a government than fix it?
 
#26
I'm about fifteen minutes in. I'm not much of a fan of Glenn Beck, and this anarchism I think I could debunk in a conversation. I spent most of my drive banging my head on my steering wheel at this guy's ideas.
He strikes me as a utopian idealist like the communists. None of this stuff would work in practice. We'd all be stuck back in the 19th century before China comes and imposes its rule.
I do have a question though. Why is it that so many conservatives would rather burn down a government than fix it?
Brilliant!
I don't agree with the sentiment of burning it down. But that ties to exactly why I thought you might be interested.
I can't put my finger on it, but I think we have some common ground there, somewhere. Something along the lines of WHY Glenn Beck would be so quick to hear the side of an Right leaning anarchist, while simultaneously so appalled by the Left Wing anarchists..
 
#27
Finished. The guest is a muddled mess. On one hand identifying correctly the "coke" versus "pepsi" by a diabetic problem that Americans have, while dictating that either it's communist Russia or Freedom seeking 18th century Americanism as the only options.
Once again, people completely don't understand how the ONLY answer is a populace that is engaged and demanding a transparent governmental system.
I provide again my anger at the Libertarians who demand FREEDOM while not paying for the Country Club.
https://thelgame.blogspot.com/2012/03/freeloaders-in-country-club.html
 
#28
Thanks brother!
I had an interview last Saturday with SPERDVAC (The Society for the Preservation of Radio Drama, Variety and Comedy) and they promise to send me the video. I'll get it up on the youtube channel and in the feed at some point if you or anyone wants to get an idea of what we do.
For sure! Will be checking out your material tomorrow at work. Sounds fun!
 
#29
I interpret Jon Stewart's appearance on Colbert's The Late Show a bit differently than either Alex or Charlie.

Stewart's comic delivery of the lab leak narrative was entertaining, but hides the truth.

Jon '9/11 Was An Outside Job' Stewart was a wonderful late night host, but he's a gate keeper.

Any version of the deadly viral contagion story is still talking about and supporting the official narrative, which was always intended to end with MANDATORY VACCINATION.

The lab leak narrative appeals to truthers for many reasons, but it still supports the need for vaccines.

To be clear, the virus has never been isolated, the PCR test is a fraud used to inflate 'case' numbers, the vaccines are lethal with 16,000 deaths already reported in the underused CDC database, all leading towards the "Great Reset" and further consolidation of power in the claws of the predator class and a dramatic reduction in human population to more controllable levels, controlled through transhumanism in a totalitarian technocracy of a bio-security state with further detachment for the masses of humans from our connection to spirit.

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I completely agree with you. I can hardly tell the difference between John Stewart and Steven Colbert in the first place. Aren't they the same person, just sometimes with and without glasses? Neither of them are original or funny at all, and probably would not even be relevant without the occasional Joe Rogan appearance. Aren't they both, pretty much, the 1990's liberals that were carrying the pom poms to get gay people married, celebrate abortions, and stop global warming? Do you really think they genuinely cared about any of that shit? Wasn't that the narrative at that time for these kind of assholes to get a pay check from the media? Isn't this a cry for exposure by Colbert and Stewart, in the same way it was a cry for exposure when "Rage Against the Machine" sucks vaccine needle dicks to get recognized again?
 
#30
"Rage Against the Machine" sucks vaccine needle dicks
how about "sucks vaccine needle pricks!" LOL

I agree, and I came to the conclusion in 2010, that Jon Stewart was not going to tell the truth if it meant sacrificing his wealth or influence.

But today, I'd go farther and say that he is an agent of disinformation.

The gain-of-function story is compelling, but it's a propaganda ploy to promote vaccines.

It doesn't matter if the virus came from bats or pandas or from the lab, or if the lab leak was accidental or intentional, or if they live on surfaces for hours or days, or if viruses are highly contagious or mildly so, all the versions of the viral contagion story lead to vaccines.
 
#31
I completely agree with you. I can hardly tell the difference between John Stewart and Steven Colbert in the first place. Aren't they the same person, just sometimes with and without glasses?
I agree, and I came to the conclusion in 2010, that Jon Stewart was not going to tell the truth if it meant sacrificing his wealth or influence.

But today, I'd go farther and say that he is an agent of disinformation.
Did you notice the similarity in style and timing of the Stewart+Colbert act compared with the more recent Brian Stelter + Bari Weiss act??

These are direct examples of the Corporate Media RESPONDING to a current event as if CM is a person.

Both responses remind me of the way Eric Cartman responds with acting-out (what he thinks is) decency whenever he gets caught red handed/ in trouble.
 
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Did you notice the similarity in style and timing of the Stewart+Colbert act compared with the more recent Brian Stelter + Bari Weiss act??

These are direct examples of the Corporate Media RESPONDING to a current event as if CM is a person.

Both responses remind me of the way Eric Cartman responds with acting-out (what he thinks is) decency whenever he gets caught red handed/ in trouble.
I don't know who Stelter, or Weiss, or Cartman are.

However, I do believe, if it's on corporate media, it's to further an agenda.
 

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#33
I completely agree with you. I can hardly tell the difference between John Stewart and Steven Colbert in the first place. Aren't they the same person, just sometimes with and without glasses? Neither of them are original or funny at all, and probably would not even be relevant without the occasional Joe Rogan appearance. Aren't they both, pretty much, the 1990's liberals that were carrying the pom poms to get gay people married, celebrate abortions, and stop global warming? Do you really think they genuinely cared about any of that shit? Wasn't that the narrative at that time for these kind of assholes to get a pay check from the media? Isn't this a cry for exposure by Colbert and Stewart, in the same way it was a cry for exposure when "Rage Against the Machine" sucks vaccine needle dicks to get recognized again?
good one :)
 
#34
how about "sucks vaccine needle pricks!" LOL

I agree, and I came to the conclusion in 2010, that Jon Stewart was not going to tell the truth if it meant sacrificing his wealth or influence.

But today, I'd go farther and say that he is an agent of disinformation.

The gain-of-function story is compelling, but it's a propaganda ploy to promote vaccines.

It doesn't matter if the virus came from bats or pandas or from the lab, or if the lab leak was accidental or intentional, or if they live on surfaces for hours or days, or if viruses are highly contagious or mildly so, all the versions of the viral contagion story lead to vaccines.
Haha, I know man, Jon Stewart is a fucking rat! Just look at his face! On the "gain-of-function," I would say, as a heuristic tool, be suspicious of anybody that uses three or more words separated by hyphens, to justify any kind of behavior. Also, don't hate me for using far too many commas.
 
#35
Did you notice the similarity in style and timing of the Stewart+Colbert act compared with the more recent Brian Stelter + Bari Weiss act??

These are direct examples of the Corporate Media RESPONDING to a current event as if CM is a person.

Both responses remind me of the way Eric Cartman responds with acting-out (what he thinks is) decency whenever he gets caught red handed/ in trouble.
Bro, this is so fucking spot on! I had a little feeling of this same phenomenon when listening to Joe Rogan podcast with Sanjay Gupta. Also, the same kind of feeling emerges when I see that shrew faced Bill Maher act as if he is somewhat anti plandemic. All of these actors are fence riding opportunists. How is it that people are so quick to point out "pro wrestling" in politics, but at the same time, fail to see the same kind of activity in these charades? Nobody addresses the fundamental issues in these badly staged "matches."

For example, why didn't Joe Rogan ask this elephant in the room question, at all, in the three hours he sat there with Sanjay Gupta: "If the vaccines are so incredibly safe; with a tested, proven track record, then why in the hell do the manufactures have COMPLETE legal immunity from side effects?"

Also, just had to throw this in here.....pro wrestling was way better in the 80's and 90's.
 
#36
Haha, I know man, Jon Stewart is a fucking rat! Just look at his face! On the "gain-of-function," I would say, as a heuristic tool, be suspicious of anybody that uses three or more words separated by hyphens, to justify any kind of behavior. Also, don't hate me for using far too many commas.
What-the-fuck do hyphens have to do with anything..?!.. I'm offended!
So you don't happen to like them - happen to be good friends of mine.
Shit man - i think I'm gonna hyphenate the WHOLE WORLD.
And another thing, commas are a weak ass excuse for a pronunciation article, perhaps they should be banned altogether.
Next thing you know it'll be parentheses..
 
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#37
For example, why didn't Joe Rogan ask this elephant in the room question, at all, in the three hours he sat there with Sanjay Gupta: "If the vaccines are so incredibly safe; with a tested, proven track record, then why in the hell do the manufactures have COMPLETE legal immunity from side effects?"

thx for point this out... I hadn't seen it. reminds me of all my frustrations with rogan... it goes way beyond fence-sitting... it's like he's in multiple universes of opinion/ facts. the more I listen to more mainstream he sounds.

Also, just had to throw this in here.....pro wrestling was way better in the 80's and 90's.
Yeah that's why they won't let those old stars die :) but give the WW* credit... they always find a way.
 
#38
"If the vaccines are so incredibly safe; with a tested, proven track record, then why in the hell do the manufactures have COMPLETE legal immunity from side effects?"
I've been a fan of Joe since about 2008 listening to his comedy bits on Pandora. I started following his podcast about episode 100ish. He's somewhat of a hero of mine because he pulled me very far left politically from where I was.
He continues to surprise me on his ability to long-game difficult challenges which display as simple.

"They lied."
"Doesn't it bother you that they lied?"
etc..
He was able to communicate this to Sanjay and to the world simultaneously. So well so, that CNN had to respond to it by having Brian Stelter apologize to Bari Weiss, as some sort of voodoo-doll tribute payment for getting caught for lying. As if to say "look, we can be goood... we not alll baaad..... If we responsible in part for crash the uh-conomy and undermine the USA we didnt' mean it.."


Whereas, I think Joe had a strong sense that Sanjay would have successfully danced around any scientific/current-evidence gotchas.. which (dancing around shit) is kind of the main skill of any MSM talking head.
 
#39
I don't know if we can make the assertion that neither capitalism nor socialism (really both are so broad terms in their application at this point to be relatively meaningless. Are they substitutes for economic or democratic systems or both?) are hopelessly morally corrupt.
I think that they just FEEL that way when people feel as helpless as they do.
But, like when the wall fell down in Berlin. Things feel impossible or inevitable until they change overnight. And sometimes they very well do.
J

Really, you want to live in Cuba or Venezuela now maybe Communist China?
 
#40
You might enjoy/appreciate this conversation. I just listened yesterday evening.
Ep 121 | 'Welcome to Anarchism, Glenn' | Michael Malice | The Glenn Beck Podcast
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podca...ichael-malice-the/id620967489?i=1000538758561
I listened to that. Most definitely worth a listen.
To my surprise actually did agree here and there with few things..but..
The guy has obviously has not tried to coordinate collective project that were not actually obligatory - must pay (taxes) or fine or jail. The problem being if one or two people decide not to participate then the rest feel resentful and nobody participates; failure...even really basic things like water, roads.
The idea that we could have large scale civilization without large scale organizations that are obligatory is crazy. The guy must never tried to advance a project. Pure theory , no application, no hands on.
 
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