Does it involve ugliness? Yes
Can it make you ill? Yes.
Could it possibly end all life on the planet? Of course!
Welcome to more creative corporate f**kery:
Giant 5G Drones Are Being Planned For The Skies Over Hawaii, Then The World
Massive football field sized drones flying in the stratosphere, beaming down toxic 5G radiation into the earth, into the ocean, into our homes, into our bodies. Sounds like something out of a science fiction nightmare.
But if the sponsors of the HAWK30 program, tech giant SoftBank of Japan, defense contractor AeroVironment of California and Alphabet, the parent company of Google, have their way that nightmare will become a reality this Fall for some Hawai’i residents and eventually for much of the world’s population.
If you’re wondering, which you probably are, why your mate might be exhibiting strange and often times peculiar behavior beyond their normal peculiarities; why your dog or cat has started divorce proceedings, or why you yourself are doing internet searches hoping to find that time travel is indeed possible, then you’re on board with hoping the coming Great Eradication involves you finding just a wisp of sanity in a previous era.
“I dust a bit,” Ignatius told the policeman. “In addition, I am at the moment writing a lengthy indictment against our century. When my brain begins to reel from my literary labors, I make an occasional cheese dip.”―
Bach composed 1128 compositions during his 65 years. It took Beethoven (being completely deaf) about 2 years to compose his Ninth symphony. Mozart composed his first musical piece at the age of 5. Over his lifetime, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave over 2500 speeches. Rembrandt painted 773 paintings, drawings and prints during his 63 years. By 1954 Ella Fitzgerald had sold over 20 million records which put her up there with the most popular singers. Flannery O’Connor wrote 2 novels and over thirty-two short stories and other writings before succumbing to Lupus at the age of 39. After suffering from depression and mental illness throughout much of his life, Sergei Rachmaninov, the great Russian composer, dealt with his sufferings and went on to compose one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written, his Piano Concerto No. 2.
All these artists and great men and women and the works they produced didn’t incite the ugly, didn’t advance sickness, illness or disease. Their creations inspire us, take us outside ourselves to places of explanation, mystery and love. They provide momentary, and sometimes long-lasting avenues of healing.
There are the droppings of dung we step over each day, then there are the piles of dung we avoid at all costs, but the heaps of dung being dumped upon us by corporations and government psychopath’s are now to the point where we can’t avoid their absolute f**kery.
We stop buying their shyte, put our foot firmly upon the ground and say NO to their toxic GMO’s, NO to their toxic electromagnetic goo that is slowly but surely killing each of us – NO to their identity politics, NO to their never-ending promotions of division among us all, NO to their pharmaceutical poisonings, and NO to their never-ending wars, turning individually, to the artistic part of our souls that we each have, and allowing the goodness, the empathy, the kindness and the love there to blossom, and squelch the shittery from the psychopathic jackals we’ve allowed to run amok, laying millions of innocent lives to waste.
“A nation or civilization that continues to produce soft-minded men purchases its own spiritual death on the installment plan.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Tonight’s musical offering:
Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2, op.18 – Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie – o.l.v. Martin Panteleev – Anna Fedorova, piano