Radical?! There you have it. I got sabotaged to get called “radical”. Is not owning a pair of doc martens a minimum requirement? I did own a bomber jacket once. Way too big, but simply had to have it for no good reason other than to have it. I never returned to that store for getting pushed to buy it. How popular could it be if they only had one? I was to make the best of it, really. Unable to analyze why I had to at all. Silly teenager unable to recognize the powers that dictate the fashions of this engineered world. But, not so silly that I would let anyone talk me into getting docs too. Better invest my crumbs of hard-earned money in school books filled with nonsense and outright lies, and learn how to fail.
Radical? I got sabotaged from enjoying life, to see doctored programs operate to keep people busy. Watching people enjoy their spot in the matrix. They seem unconcerned with the fact that their words are hollow repeats dictated by programs. Readily aligning to like what they are allowed to enjoy. One day the same as the next, really. Unable to ponder on without getting out of the shiny box. Continue reading →
Something old for the new year. This article does not deal with Ebola, because after Ebola there will be something else. Because before this Ebola triplet there were already plenty of other somethings.
Dear Health Scare System
It is only of use to study how the system views our health. The pharmaceutical-insurance-health-scare-industrial-complex profits from creating diffusion and illusion when it comes to classifying physical or mental malfunction. The engineered division into objective (approved) and subjective (ignored) disease is successful due to the fact that health care is perceived to be the expert realm of doctors – and ‘experts’ who speak for them.
Once the public got stripped from health (care) knowledge and that knowledge was said to be in possession of the doctors only, the system was ready to complete the next step. Next to keep the doctors from health (care) knowledge, and keep them believing in the fake division between body and mind so thoroughly that they would invent ever more divisions themselves. Continue reading →
European shadow economies are 22.1% of total economic activity or around $3.55 trillion (as large as Germany’s whole economy). A report by Tax Research, suggests that Austria and Luxemburg have the smallest shadow economies in the euro area at 9.7% of GDP, while Bulgaria at 35.3% and Romania at 32.6% top the list. Of the major economies, Germany clocks in at 16%, France at 15%, Italy at 27% and Spain 22.5%. Stunningly, in terms of tax revenues lost, the shadow economy translates into an estimated €864bn or just over 7% of euro area GDP and, in context, accounts for 105.8% of the [entire] healthcare spending of the EU. It appears that more and more Europeans have no choice but to shift to a shadow economy (as taxes rise among other things), and this is the biggest threat to the entire economy. This is likely one reason the ‘austerity’ actions have not been successful since far less taxes are being paid via the conventional channels. — Europe’s Shadow Economy, zerohedge.com (May 6th 2013)
For some reason I could not make myself write about banks again. As it was the next topic in line, I continued to take time off until I could. Continue reading →
CORPORATE CRIME in the pharmaceutical industry John Braithwaite, 1984
1 Introduction: an industry case study of corporate crime
The majority of people who work in the pharmaceutical industry subscribe to high standards of integrity and do everything in their power to stay within the constraints of the law. In the course of this research, I met pharmaceutical executives who impressed me with the sincerity of their commitment to the public welfare much more than many of the industry’s critics in politics, regulatory agencies, the public interest movement, and academia.
Valerie Braithwaite accompanied me to many pharmaceutical companies, forever constraining me from driving on the wrong side of the road. One day, as we drove back to New York, she said: ‘But these people are so nice, John. Do you think they really are corrupt? ‘ My initial response was: “You’ve spent the day being shown around and taken to lunch by the company’s public relations staff. They’re paid to be nice. Some people in these companies get paid a lot of money because they’re Continue reading →
The stories they teach us in public schools do not add up. Why are we only allowed to link those people to suffering? Why are we not allowed to link to the suffering of all people? What they did to their own had been unleashed on many other people before and after. Why would people who are in control over money and slaves, also dare cry victim? Once the thick layers of indoctrination have been pierced through, things will appear crystal clear. Shining bright.
Whenever a real victim speaks up, they stand ready with ridicule, blaming and shaming. If that does not help, they will bring up their self-inflicted victimhood. Real victims are left empty-handed, while they continue to fill their pockets. They cry victim in public, and laugh as they fill their pockets in secret. Continue reading →