Grand and petite strategies for success
by Brian Wright
The 5th installment in the SNaP series is Breakthru Strategy, which discusses the so-called Grand Strategy for dispelling the Barrier Cloud, by moving along all three liberation axes, particularly overcoming mind control. The module describes lesser, or petite, strategies, as well, for achieving a society of reason and liberty in the context of modern Western culture. Then the book talks about several “Home Run” solutions, which lead to the street-level tips of Module #6: Productive Action. Continue reading
An ageless, fantabulous family film ___ 8/10
Cary: Stop talking about production value, the Air Force is going to kill us.
Joe Lamb: She [his mother who died] used to look at me… this way, like really look… and I just knew I was there… that I existed.
Great casting, incredible imagination, quality dialog, believable story, attention-holding action, heroes and villains realistic and timely, and a twist of 1980s nostalgia. Super 8 presses all the right buttons as an ageless, fantabulous family film. Continue reading
When will Obama protest, “I am not a crook.”?
by Jon Rappoport (from Nomorefakenews.com)
The upward pressure of ongoing scandals is moving into the White House. Benghazi, AP, IRS.
The president’s surrogates are trying out their lying skills.
Jay Carney: The situation at the IRS isn’t really a scandal, depending on what the definition of “is” is. And if one uses the passive voice, that’s acceptable, as in “mistakes were made.” Continue reading
An experience of Greenville, Michigan, Summer 2007
It’s always hard to fight a stereotype. Many Americans think of the Scandinavians, Danish in particular, as rampaging Vikings—like the Hell’s Angels in longships. I think they’ve seen the 1958 movie, The Vikings, the one with Kirk Douglas and Tony Curtis, too many times. Of course Kirk and Tony were notably hygienic among their otherwise mangy cohorts—did you ever notice how the lead actors in these old epic films have perfect white teeth?! Continue reading
Looking at the psychology of nonaggression
by Brian Wright
Nonaggression Roots is the third installment of a series of seven that describe and propose the Sacred Nonaggression Principle (SNaP)—my book advocating that we hold the nonaggression principle (banning the initiation of physical force) as the highest moral standard in social systems. Continue reading