on working for change


You can’t end wars with antiwar movements, but you can hasten the end Croatian-Bosnian human rights activist Igor Blazhevich recalls his own personal reconciliation with Serbs and explains the merits of activism against armed aggression

[i believe the description linked above can apply to many necessary movements for change]

Kill The Child

Kill The Child: meditations upon the work Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

[I shall use the term ‘child’ in this writing to denote a young man unable to support his life
by mostly his own labour, or unable to defend his life from those that might seek to directly end it.
[In this writing I shall make use of the term ‘man’ to mean both men, and men with wombs, women.]

Today’s focus for learning as a family was upon the work by Mr. Dickens.
The work was introduced to my son of 12 years and my daughter of 10 years
by the 1948 film of the same name, directed by David Lean.
As I began watching the film, the title for this description came to me.
I shall relate the meaning it affords me by organizing my thoughts
around the pillars of; diet, mobility and shelter.
These pillars were mentioned in an interview given by Ian Zarbarte of the Shoshone Nation.

For any young man to grow and develop as an example of fine health, a healthy diet is required.
I define a healthy diet as a vehicle for the introduction of clean; air, water and food into a man.
The specific nature of all three must be determined by the location of any living creature.
It has been demonstrated to me by various researchers that this wide realm given to us by our Creator,
is abundant with many forms of useful plants, minerals and animals which provide all a man requires.
The requirements shall probably change, as seasons change, as activities and expenditures
of energy change during a lifetime. If we were able to organize an abundance of available,
fresh, natural products of the forest, field and farm upon a table, then a young man
might have the supreme agency to choose for himself what he required to fuel an adventurous life.
Should the balance of his health approach a crisis, then access to a learned man could aid in regaining balance.
When the access to a healthy diet is interfered with, or knowingly adulterated or sophisticated,
one might observe it as an indirect killing of the child.

I hereby define the second pillar, mobility as the direct freedom of movement at any time,
in any place, and by any means chosen by a man. Many men would prefer to move upon the realm
underfoot without the need to isolate their feet and toes within “shoes” or “slippers”.
Our bodies are wonderful instructors of our momentary needs and requirements.
When a man’s natural desire to move is interfered with, we have another restriction
upon the health of the individual. All creatures within our realm particpate in some manner of movement.
Even so called “stationary” living beings called trees can be observed to move in their own time
as they grow and develop or are animated by winds. It is an often observed result of immobility
that serious disease begins when a living creature’s wish to move is restricted.
I observe that a creature bound by a leash or chain is neither living or dead or truly free.
As an English teacher in Taiwan for over two decades I often remarked on how young men were required
to sit for many hours of the day as motionless as their overseers required in state schools or private cram schools.
Focusing the priority for time spent away from outdoor activities upon a passing grade
in examinations, instead of the natural development of a living man is another example
of indirectly killing the child.

As we exist in this physical realm, we are often subjected to fluctuations in temperature,
humidity and the intensity of wind. It is often necessary for a living man to take shelter
from natural changes in his immediate environment. That shelter may include; a family,
a village, a home, as well as clothing. To be clear to my reader, I consider a family;
a father, a mother, a grandfather and a grandmother at least to be necessary for every
man in order to survive as a complete living creature. As a single father, after divorcing
the mother of my two offspring, I can relate that it is no easy task to raise a child
alone. The needs and requirements to develop into a capable, independant, healthy man
require time spent among a family as he wishes, or chooses for himself.
A home must also be a healthy addition to the life of a man. It must be a place
devoted to cleanliness, minimal order, and stability. Intentional study may occur there,
and therefore quiet and calm are necessary. Suitable tools and materials must be present
or made in a nearby workshop to aid the learning process. Such a workshop might be shared
among a village of families for the benefit of all nearby. The better the home is
integrated within the beauty of connection to other living creatures in this wondrous realm,
the healthier the home shall be. Having a place and time for privacy is another necessity
for every man that wishes it. Forcing men to exist in “homes” that are not so in practice,
and that are demonstrably unhealthy is yet another way to indirectly kill the child.

In the paragraphs above I have not mentioned the greatness of a child while developing into
the man he chooses to become. Living in the moment, observant of wonder, appreciative of
widespread abundance, free of worry, cared for by his village, loved by his family,
focused upon exploration, excited by learning, enlightened by existence, et cetera, et cetera..
I shall also hope, dear reader that you may discuss my writing with me, to improve my understanding
of what it means to be a man, living today. For I know that I can much by my connection
and association with you in our common cause of defending the health, prosperity and freedom
of all living creatures in this realm.

pity the nation

“Pity the nation that is full of beliefs and empty of religion.
Pity the nation that wears a cloth it does not weave
and eats a bread it does not harvest.

Pity the nation that acclaims the bully as hero,
and that deems the glittering conqueror bountiful.

Pity a nation that despises a passion in its dream,
yet submits in its awakening.

Pity the nation that raises not its voice
save when it walks in a funeral,
boasts not except among its ruins,
and will rebel not save when its neck is laid
between the sword and the block.

Pity the nation whose statesman is a fox,
whose philosopher is a juggler,
and whose art is the art of patching and mimicking

Pity the nation that welcomes its new ruler with trumpeting,
and farewells him with hooting,
only to welcome another with trumpeting again.

Pity the nation whose sages are dumb with years
and whose strongmen are yet in the cradle.

Pity the nation divided into fragments,
each fragment deeming itself a nation.”

― Kahlil Gibran, The Garden of The Prophet

pharma: an Evil racket

Darris Mishler

1 hr  · 

“In the U.S., the therapeutic use of potential carcinogens on humans is allegedly forbidden by law- except when the invisible hand of the market is at work. The FDA’s internal toxicological reports about AlDS and cancer-causing effects of AZT first became public knowledge through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). It did not matter. it had been determined at the highest levels that AZT was going to be marketed. The truth of its toxicity was irrelevant to the invisible hand of the marker in alignment with the heavy hand of the FDA. Burroughs Wellcome was the winner. Those stigmatized with a positive HIV test were the losers. It was just business.

“In 1990, the market for this state-sanctioned mass poisoning was expanded when the FDA approved AZT not only for use in AIDS patients but also for unlimited treatment of symptom-free “HIV positives,” new born babies, children, adolescents, pregnant and non-pregnant women, and men with and without recognizable risks.

“The entire architecture of the AIDS industry has been established on building blocks of lies. The initial research of Gallo claiming that HIV was the probable cause of AIDS was a lie. The use of a patented antibody test to screen for a nonexistent v1rus was a lie. However, the lies used to sell a drug that caused severe damage to blood and muscle tissue, caused cancer, and ultimately led to the death of people who were desperate and ill were criminal acts of premeditated bodily harm. Giving patients who were suffering from severe oxidative and nitrosative stress a drug that would compound that stress even further was sheer lunacy. Given the fact that AZT, like azothioprine, was an immune suppressor, giving it to patients who were already immune suppressed without detoxifying their already poisoned systems was willful, unconscionable, and criminal. All of this was done in spite of the fact that there was no v1rus and no one had been able to prove the pathogenic mechanism of the provirus DNA of the retrovirus RNA, despite the largest capital investment and the most intensive research efforts in medical history.”

Nancy Turner Banks

“AIDS, Opium, Diamonds, and Empire,” page 259.


Please watch “Fauci’s First Fraud” and “The Emperor Has No Corona” on Bitchute dot com


Please read “V1rus Mania” and “What Really Makes You Ill”

and, of course,

Please read “AIDS, Opium, Diamonds, and Empire” for more info.

tundra bbq sauce

-1 cup Yellow mustard

-1/4 cup honey (used local Tampa Honey)

-1/4 cup (Real Canadian) Maple Syrup

-1/4 cup (Canadian) Malt Vinegar

-Ground Black Pepper to taste

-Oh and a table spoon of ketchup because I put it in a ketchup bottle lol

Sofa King Amazing!

I’m calling it Tundra Barbecue Sauce

  • aaron goodwin

identifying agent provocaturs

agent provocateurs or controlled opposition

agent provo; 1.5hrs in  https://rokfin.com/stream/14894
consistent themes; police fascist, govt communist/chinada, authorities corrupt

commie handbook; destabilize demoralize

“everyone owns everything, so all are equal’ communism is a ponzie scheme, make adjustments to how we live, will bring back the golden age

she forgot to ask; ‘how will we get from here, to there’ [promised land] not LAND!

daycare regulation, any regulation cannot impose “order”, it must evolve

through the autonomous actions of individuals, inspired by spirit
“many cults created deliberately as distractions” – Jane Scharf

ineffective actions pushed

fear peddling

blanket statements/actions general statements, non targeted accountability

collective punishment by another name

a rush of blood to the head

“A Rush Of Blood To The Head”

He said, I’m gonna buy this place and burn it down
I’m gonna put it six feet underground
He said, I’m gonna buy this place and watch it fall
Stand here beside me baby in the crumbling walls

Oh I’m gonna buy this place and start a fire
Stand here until I fill all your heart’s desires
Because I’m gonna buy this place and see it burn
Do back the things it did to you in return

Ah ah ah ah

He said, I’m gonna buy a gun and start a war
If you can tell me something worth fighting for
Oh and I’m gonna buy this place, is what I said
Blame it upon a rush of blood to the head

All the movements you’re starting to make
See me crumble and fall on my face
And I know the mistakes that I made
See it all disappear without trace
And they call as they beckon you on
They say start as you mean to go on
Start as you mean to go on

He said, I’m gonna buy this place and see it go
Stand here beside me baby, watch the orange glow
Some will laugh and some just sit and cry
But you just sit down there and you wonder why

So I’m gonna buy a gun and start a war
If you can tell me something worth fighting for
And I’m gonna buy this place, is what I said
Blame it upon a rush of blood to the head
Oh to the head

All the movements you’re starting to make
See me crumble and fall on my face
And I know the mistakes that I made
See it all disappear without trace
And they call as they beckon you on
They say start as you mean to go on
As you mean to go on
As you mean to go on

So meet me by the bridge
Oh meet me by the lane
When am I going to see
That pretty face again?

Meet me on the road
Meet me where I said
Blame it all upon
A rush of blood to the head


to thyne self be true

this is ’bout lovin thyself, which is the most important.
correct me if i’m wrong

when i saw this film start up,
i saw cnn films, thought i wouldn’t like it.
but i learned about this thing called addiction jumping.
i don’t believe in addiction
cuz i read https://chasingthescream.com by johann hari
his second book is
Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression
– and the Unexpected Solutions

so, my friend, know you can call me anytime,
i can listen or respond.
that’s what friends are for..