It’s usually difficult to admit of the delusion most of us choose to live in day in and day out. It’s so easy as it’s reinforced each and every day by the corporate media.
A partial government shut-down – take your pick which political horse’s arse you want to blame. It’s somebody else’s fault, especially if it’s the opposite party a-hole you voted for – for government is the answer to everything and when it acts in a way that harms, maims, demoralizes, ignores or even kills other people, whether it’s here in this country or in a sovereign nation Washington invited itself into to kick ass and take names – it’s always someone else’s fault.
I was reading an article about the partial government shut-down, and aside from the absolute idiocy of the lunatics in both parties, and their childish antics, their finger-pointing, their moronic rambling about the BS they’re pushing, I was actually more appalled at the comments from your everyday American. Basically, it was that they didn’t give a rat’s ass that their fellow country men and women were working for no pay, that some have had to pawn belongings in order to have food to eat or money to pay rent or a mortgage. Too bad for them – it’s their fault they didn’t save enough – go out and get a real job; one mean-spirited comment after another. The article itself was fine – simply stating facts that a Chicago pawn shop owner is seeing a flood of Federal employees amid shutdown . The comments were sickening.
The apathy, the complete lack of empathy that we have toward our brethren is why we face the insanity from lawmakers, politicians, presidents – whom we give carte blanch to; whom we allow their psychosis to screw each of us, and never give a breath of a protest to what their antics that end innocents lives – both here and abroad – are the result of.
Some 30 Democratic lawmakers left the government shutdown behind Friday on a chartered flight to Puerto Rico for a winter retreat with 109 lobbyists and corporate executives during which they planned to see the hit Broadway show “Hamilton” and attend three parties including one with the show’s cast. – via washingtonexaminer.com
The psychotic’s don’t care – whether they be republican or democrat. We’ve taken the easy way out – leaving our lives in the hands of demons who could give a shit about you, your loved one, or your latest text or tweet.
These government shyster’s – they make there’s no matter whether there’s a government shut-down or not.
They drop their shittery on each of us in the form of medicines that poison us, in the form of the corporate bullshit artists censoring free thought, in the form of government a-holes willfully ignoring the effects of 5G – and who among us protest?
We’ve allowed ourselves to be the experiment of their absolute f**kery, and rather than protest these a-holes, we instead choose to blame our brethren who suffer from their insanity.
Stop listening to their bullshit. Trust your gut, your instincts that tell you there are ways, provided to all us, as we are all children of god, that can end the f**kery presented to us each day.
Consider one simple herb, and what it might represent – and contrast that with what the guys and gals in white lab coats hope we each will continue to subscribe to – their insanity of dependance of pharmaceutical poisons.
Turmeric’s ‘Smart Kill’ Properties Put Chemo and Radiation to Shame – via wakingtimes.com
The circus of insanity continues…yet it is only because that we, the people, allow it to continue.
We seemingly have no problem allowing the degradation of others’ lives – what will it take before we say ‘no more’ to degradation of our own lives, and those of our loved ones?
Tonight’s musical offering:
If nothing else, the following clip, provided as a vehicle from dead musical masters from the past, to awaken us, and understand that we each are gatekeepers of love and understanding, inviting a new way, a new healing, a different approach from the psychotic’s of the era, who could give a shyte of how you live, die or languish in the ugliness of the era they present to each of us – finally coming to an understanding that there is a better way.
Yuja Wang – Rachmaninov: Prelude in G Minor, Op. 23, No. 5
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