Masquerades of the Brainless

You know how it is….one day you’re living large, the next day you’re living even more large – that is, if you produce f**kery that allows you to charge people for invisible wifi goo that has a host of health issues, that just might land your customers in a doctors office where they’ll more than likely be misdiagnosed, sent on their way with a script for some type of pharmaceutical goo – and the kicker is that you can get away with this kind of shyte.

Decades of research has confirmed that exposure to all sources of WiFi radiation is harmful to people, petsnature, and wildlife.  U.S. federal testing and “safety” guidelines are 20+ years old which makes them inaccurate and inadequate.  They protect technology not the public. via

Health and sanity be damned if you’re one of the consumers of this type of f**kery, but if you just happen to be a shareholder in the company, the producers of said f**kery are warning you about health risks and potential lawsuits based on harm caused by cell phone and Wifi exposure.

And of course, there’s more…there’s always more:

rawpixel-268378-unsplashMore tech is on the way in the United States and elsewhere due to the current “Race for 5G” which is being forced on us by elected officials and telecom companies.  The most recent media warning about 5G was published by Newsweek.

Electrosensitivity is not like an allergy you are born with; it is an illness that builds up over increased time and radiation exposure.

Just as we cannot yet explain why some individuals will die from second-hand smoke and others can live a long life smoking 2 packs a day, we cannot explain why some individuals react to wireless radiation. (Source: Vitality Magazine) – via

What a bummer! News like this might make one set their cell aside…for a couple of minutes.

Citizens duly UNinformed and, in essence, left with little knowledge and trusting their government that the shyte they propagate is good for them is nothing new. Washington protecting its’ citizens hasn’t been done for years.

Monsanto “scientists” have been releasing dubious studies since the 1970s and the EPA has let much of it slide… via

(Natural News) When you hear about the dangers of pesticides, it might be tempting to think that it’s a new discovery made possible by increasingly sophisticated technology. Now that we know they’re bad, their use will be banned, and humanity will be spared, right?

That’s what you’d like to think, but the truth is that the very agency in charge of such a ban — the EPA — has long known how toxic the herbicide glyphosate is, and they’ve been looking the other way even as Roundup manufacturer Monsanto bestows us with dubious studies supporting their products. This is not something that has only been happening for the last two, five or even ten years — it’s been going on since at least the 1970s!

But there’s always been a generous supply of stupendously harmful and idiotic feats of the human mind who lack a soul – you know, those moron’s masquerading as human beings, who captivate many a gullible person whizzed by nonsense and bullshittery:

President Donald Trump held a rally in Montana on Thursday night and rambled for more than an hour about everything from ICE to tax reform to… Sir Elton John

At one point Trump went on one of his trusted riffs: complaining about no one congratulating him for how big the crowds at his rallies are.

“They never say I’m a great speaker,” Trump bellowed, pointing at the media attending the rally. “Why the hell do so many people come? It’s got to be something. I guess they like my policy?”

Trump then invoked Sir Elton John, famed pop star, to explain:

“I have broken more Elton John records, he seems to have a lot of records. And I, by the way, I don’t have a musical instrument. I don’t have a guitar or an organ. No organ. Elton has an organ. And lots of other people helping. No we’ve broken a lot of records. We’ve broken virtually every record. Because you know, look I only need this space. They need much more room. For basketball, for hockey and all of the sports, they need a lot of room. We don’t need it. We have people in that space. So we break all of these records. Really we do it without like, the musical instruments. This is the only musical: the mouth. And hopefully the brain attached to the mouth. Right? The brain, more important than the mouth, is the brain. The brain is much more important.” – via

Indeed…the brain is much more important. If only we had someone in Washington who had one.


Tonight’s musical offering:

Khachaturian – Masquerade Suite – Waltz

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