Deep Within Our Crying Souls

As you sit in a tiny cubicle under a beam of florescent lights, with nauseating emails bombarding your inbox from co-workers, administrators, managerial types and fart-bag CEO’s, a flash of a thought lights through your aching mind, like…what 10-ton truck of bad karma did I unleash upon the world to deserve living in such a daily shyte storm of lunacy?

And if you’re not lucky enough to be sitting in that cubicle, you’re more than likely working 2, 3 or 4 part-time jobs to allow you to etch out an inkling of a life here in the richest country in the world, or the forgotten homeless soul wandering the streets who are simply…forgotten – in the richest country in the world.

Your head just might explode if you hear one more person talk of their “spiritual path” they’re consumed with – a path that explores the expanse of their ego and how to continually nurture it, or at least keep the world at large and all the problems of our brethren outside their gated community in their heads.

Our brethren, many of whom are actual humans who have simply lost their way, have bought into whatever BS they’re attracted to, knowing it is BS, but content to believe nonetheless – it’s easier that way.

The non-humans, the psychopaths – those ruling over the unwashed, have brought us what only psychopaths can bring: pure evil in the form of endless wars, poisonous foods and medicine, geo-engineering weather goo falling from the skies that all the living are inhaling each day, and their technological wonders that are slowly, but with devastating effects, slowly turning our minds and the wellness of our bodies to a mass of a misfiring nervous system that can no longer cope. Is it no wonder we too take on the psychosis of the evil we continue to allow rule us.

In Arizona, a SWAT team raided a family’s home in the middle of the night on the say-so of Child Protective Services, which sounded the alarm after the parents determined that their 2-year-old—who had been suffering a 100-degree fever—was feeling better and didn’t need to be admitted to the hospital.

In Virginia, landlords are requiring dog-owning tenants to submit their pets’ DNA to a database that will be used to track down (and fine) owners who fail to clean up after their dogs poop in public.

In Texas, a police officer who allegedly gave a homeless man a sandwich with dog feces won’t be held accountable for his actions.

In Illinois, Chicago police used a battering ram and a sledgehammer to crash into a family’s home with weapons drawn, terrorizing the young children gathered for a 4-year-old’s birthday party, only to find that they were at the wrong house.

In Kansas, a 61-year-old back man in the process of moving into his new house found himself held at gunpoint and handcuffed by police, who refused to believe he was a homeowner and not a burglar. – by John W. Whitehead, via

Where did such sickness come from? Sadly, it’s been with humankind from the beginning of the circus. But we allow the sickness to continue – following modern day pied pipers of f**kery to the end…and ‘the end’ isn’t their demise, but our own, realized in sickness, depression, loneliness…and in the end, despair and death.

In this modern era, the psychopath’s take out any who promote peace and justice:

The web of deceit surrounding the now officially debunked Democratic led Russia-gate propaganda operation that has strengthened Trump to double-down on his anti-Russia operations (a Democratic goal) is an example of the perfidious and sophisticated mutuality of this game of mass mind-control.

The killing of the Kennedy’s and today’s new Cold War and war against terror are two ends of a linked intelligence operation.

Moreover, more than any other assassination of the 1960s, it is the killing of Bobby Kennedy that has remained shrouded in the most ignorance.

It is one of the greatest propaganda success stories of American history.

…In her exhaustive new examination of the case, A Lie Too Big To Fail, Lisa Pease puts it succinctly at the conclusion of her unravelling of the official lies that have mesmerized the public:

The assassination of the top four leaders of the political left in the five year period – President John Kennedy in 1963, Malcolm X in 1965, and Martin Luther King, Jr. and Senator Robert Kennedy in 1968 – represented nothing less than a slow-motion coup on the political scene.

If anyone wishes to understand what has happened to the United States since this coup, and thus to its countless victims at home and throughout the world, one must understand these assassinations and how the alleged assassins were manipulated by the coup organizers and how the public was hoodwinked in a mind-control operation on a vast scale.  It is not ancient history, for the forces that killed these leaders rule the U.S. today, and their ruthlessness has subsequently informed the actions of almost all political leaders in the years since. A bullet to the head when you seriously talk about peace and justice is a not so gentle reminder to toe the line or else.

“But the way the CIA took over America in the 1960s is the story of our time,” writes Pease, “and too few recognize this.  We can’t fix a problem we can’t even acknowledge exists.”

Nothing could be truer. – via

Deep within our crying souls, we know what has led us to the state we find ourselves – and most often, it is because we do nothing to stop the madness of the psychopath’s.

How long will we allow it to continue?

“Renouncing the honors at which the world aims, I desire only to know the truth… and to the maximum of power, I exhort all other men to do the same.” – Plato


Tonight’s musical offering:

Horvath Marton Levente – “O Salutaris Hostia” (O Saving Victim) – Partiumi Enekkar – Partium Choir, Ohrid, Macedonia, 2017

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  1. “Deep within our crying souls, we know what has led us to the state we find ourselves – and most often, it is because we do nothing to stop the madness of the psychopath’s.”

    Your statement here, reminded me of this quote:

    “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”― Edmund Burke

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    1. Thank you, Shirley. Indeed…tis such beautiful music! My father has suffered from Lewy Body Dementia for the past 5 years. He’s now 89 years old. Prayers and blessings to you and your husband. A wonderful website you have that I’m enjoying. Thank you!


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