Silence is Consent



The same people who dropped dozens of clues into Hollywood movies (Back to the Future, etc.) about 9-11 more recently filled a music video with World War III symbolism.

Under discussion today is the “Gangnam Style” video by “PSY” (short for “psychological operation”). No youtube video ever gets more than a few thousand views without it being pumped up by the usual suspects.

At the time of my accessing this video on April 15, it had reached 2,812,144,162 views!

There is a reason for more people watching this video than watched the Apollo “moon landing.”

The controllers, or Illuminati, or whatever you want to call them, feel duty bound to warn as many people as possible of what they will do next. For them, a few split-second hints in cheap movies, television shows and videos will suffice. They feel that this is sufficient warning. Thereafter, your silence is your consent.

Personally, I do not consent to unprovoked war on the Korean peninsula, followed by a false-flag nuclear attack on an American city in the Pacific Northwest, followed by financial collapse, martial law and general war. I’m not saying this scenario is bound to happen. I’m saying that the Prelude to this is declared in the video “Gangnam Style.”

And I’m saying that the controllers, or Illuminati, or whatever you want to call them, now feel entitled to proceed with whatever scenario they wish: because you have been warned.

Today’s posting briefly reviews essential elements within the video with text and images. At the end, the original video is embedded. Perhaps today’s readers can watch it with a fresh perspective.

I’ve learned a few things about watching videos from various youtubers, most of whom I agree with substantially, and so I point to memes that recur in their own analyses of other videos.

The first words spoken are by Psy, referring to himself, as “Oppan Gangnam Style,” and “Oppan” is Korean for “Big Brother” (double meaning) and carries over into English as “Op.” It’s a “PSY OP.”

Gangnam is Seoul’s most glamorous and cosmopolitan zone, kind of like Tokyo’s Ginza. I once sprung for a coffee and cheesecake in Gangnam. It was expensive. Psy is a personification of South Korea’s Americanization and globalization.

Psy is wearing orange suspenders, with orange being the Illuminati color with a numerology of 33 – and it also is the color of the pillars in the parking garage, the mini skirts on some of the Korean girls, and so on…

The opening scenes show Psy dancing like a horse: the Pale Horse of the Apocalypse, as in the Book of Revelation – which, to be sure, includes the blowing of Seven Trumpets (or Trump blowing) in the run-up to The End.


This video is more than 4 minutes. Interestingly, second “33” is the first time the frame begins with an explosion.

Ash and debris are drifting towards Psy as he is flanked by two female dancers – who completely vanish into thin air a few seconds later, not once, not twice, but three times. Is this two-thirds predictive of Seoul’s casualty count?

There are also scenes of Psy luxuriating in a sauna, dancing on a bus with traditional Korean housewives, and also dancing outside near a highway overpass, where two elderly gentlemen play a board game. One man is wearing a hat, an Illuminati symbol for genetic transmutation and inter-dimensionality.

A few moments later, the hatless player is blocked, covered up and out of view, by Psy (the American), but then he emerges during the explosion and can be seen on the right.  The Man in the Hat. He was purposefully blocked up by Psy (by the producers). This took some doing.

In this scene, there is a hidden force (Hat Man) behind American power, represented of course by Psy and his blue jacket.


After the mushroom-cloud explosion we have people dancing next to horses in a musical menagerie. There is also a scene with a few Korean ladies walking backwards (law of reversal). Again with the bus of Korean senior ladies.

South Korea has been literally seduced by “Gangnam style” globalization.


Young Korean women offer up their candy-colored fannies. Sweet Korean ass is right there for the taking, having been tapped by American soldiers for more than six decades.


Next we have a “dance-off” competition.

Psy’s competition is the Yellow Man (Han Chinese) who shows up in a Red Car (Red China, that is, People’s Republic of…). The Illuminati orange pillars hold up the entire edifice.

It’s a friendly dance-off. No one really wins. The Yellow Man, who pulls a few equestrian moves of his own, speeds off in his red car but will be back for more. Yeah, the PRC knows how to party.

There are silly distractions in the elevator and on the train, suggestive of how normal traditional norms can be degenerated by American pop culture.

The subway poster mark at minute 2:11 (22, or 33 if added separately) shows the number 69, which has multiple connotations, the first of which I learned in grade school.


The Korean babe with red-tinted hair and orange skirt has 11 and 22 on her shirt, reinforcing the concept of duality, of the coming together of dialectic forces. The letters “B” and “G” also appear. Who knows why.


Then there is more horse dancing. More luxuriating. More female ass candy.

The video seems to end but does not. The Yellow Man comes back for another dance off.

And in the very, very last live scene, we return to the fiery, mushroom-cloud explosion!

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At the very end of that very last scene, Psy is pointing his finger at us! At you!

You have been warned!

That’s all folks.

The Big Picture


I am grateful for the view from my living room in Chengdu, on the 23rd floor. Nice one-bedroom apartment for about USD 350 a month. Photo from today, with effect.



Lif the Veil did a great job exposing the Syrian dead baby hoax.

The two photographs above seem convincing – they fooled much of the public and all of the globalist neocons.

Upon closer inspection, these are life-like dolls available for purchase. Yes, the rebels have an account.

The doll on the left is the Baby Toddler model called “Ariella,” pictured below.


The doll on the right, below, is another model called “Lyra.” People can choose hair color.


These can be modified to add some basic motions for breathing movements and hand gestures, with the dolls needing batteries.


To the global heavies, neocon traitors and Confederacy of Dunces who actually believe that the Syrian government launched a chemical attack, I have this to say: You are buffoons! 

But that’s OK.

Keep your Scooby-Doo masks on (for the time being), so we do not have to see what is underneath.

Below is a video by Lift the Veil, another insightful youtube presenter.

Ready for My Close-Up!


The recent United Airlines scandal might not be what it seems. There are a few reasons to question the narrative. This might be a “crafted hoax” as Texas Shrugged argues.

His two most recent videos are linked below and emphasize items not included here.

Firstly, there is no story that organically percolates up in the global media complex without it being useful for the larger and longer agenda: turning citizens into subjects, and then subjects into marks.

The story’s lesson is that we have no rights as passangers or consumers, and that corporations are now entitled to employ physical violence against consumers. This simply clears the way, lowers the bar of civilized behavior, and sets new precedent.

It’s a mass conditioning campaign.

Secondly, I noticed across social media quite a few shills who claim to be libertarian but who really work in cublicles in Langley and elsewhere, and who are arguing for the rights of United Airlines to rip a customer out of the seat. This is easy for me to spot because of the 3,000 Facebook “friends” I have maybe 25% are government shills and trolls (with worldwide representation). Hey, what are friends for?


Thirdly, the Vietnamese doctor was able to get back on the plane after he was taken off, standing by the doorway, for a grand photo opportunity. “I’m ready for my close-up!”

If the doctor was really being removed he would have been whisked out of site and out of mind.

Fourthly, a few of the passangers witnessing this incident gave off the look and feel of crisis actor, but that is something people will either intuit or not.

One thing I can certainly intuit is that Texas Shrugged is independent, as are others to be sure. Texas Shrugged is not colluding with anyone and is willing to be self-critical -wherever the logic takes him. A true “thruth seeker.”


Not So Fast…


I don’t always watch an Alex Jones video, but when I do I tend to disagree… More than I did a few years ago…

Alex Jones made a few comments regarding China that I thought were historically inaccurate, and he made comments regarding Syria that I thought were misleading.

China was not given the Panama Canal. The Canal remains in the hands of the Republic of Panama, which grants the US certain preferences during wartime actually. Many of the companies involved with the widening of the canal were actually from Taiwan.

China never invaded Japan, not once. The Mongols tried to invade Japan from China, but only after invading China. The Mongols are not Chinese.

The CIA may have favored Mao at once time but did not “install” him. Mao got to be the leader of the PRC because a huge peasant army, which he spent years raising and training, defeated the Japanese in China and also defeated the Nationalists (the latter of which were backed by the US for a long time).

Mao was no saint, but most of the people who died during the Great Leap Forward (or Backward to be more accurate) died of malnutrition and starvation. Granted, the economic plan was Mao’s idea. But Jones gave the subtle impression Mao lined up tens of millions of people against a brick wall and had them shot.

China has moved away from “communism” more than “a little bit.” China’s system is based on economic modernization and political legalism, in which bureaucratic procedure slowly replaces ordinary politics. Of course there is plenty of corruption at the provincial level, as happens when Gilded Age new money is flying around. The national level of politics is cleaner than in any western system.


Above: Chengdu, China, April 13 2017

It remains easier to open a business in China than in the United States, so I’m not sure how people can assume China might someday become as “free market” as the United States. The default setting for Chinese civilization includes a considerably free market, and cities as the basis for that market.

Chinese society is freer than Americans imagine.

If one sharply and repeatedly criticizes the central government’s existence, the most that will happen these days is the deletion of your social media account. This does not sound like much of a “dictatorship.” (And account deletion happens a lot in the US. Even my son got his Instagram account deleted for political reasons.)


Above: Chengdu, China, April 13 2017

China is not fully “backing” North Korea but simply lives with the inherited reality that the North Korean regime, which has been firmly entrenched for decades, has a certain orientation. North Korea has United Nations representation and has used the principle of “sovereign equality” to its diplomatic advantage.

If China partially overlaps with the US on some international issues it is because their interests coincide.

The Chinese are practical, pragmatic and patient, and while it might be useful for both countries to have friendliness between their top leaders, the Chinese will never do anything just because the President of China was served chocolate cake in Florida.

Regarding Syria, what we heard from Alex Jones was a partial justification of the Trump administration’s air strike last week (when, by bombing Syrian targets, the US served as the Air Force for ISIS).

The Syrian government never signed an agreement to be responsible for rebel-imported, rebel-held, and rebel-used chemical weapons.

So, one week Infowars rightly suggests that this is a false-flag attack ion Syria, and the next week Infowars is blaming Syria for not having eliminated chemical weapons. Makes no sense.

Really, does Alex Jones want to blame the Syrian government for the rebel’s false-flag attack? Or for having a rebel chemical depot struck in a wider conflict? This is outrageous.

We already know that the rebels have used chemical weapons in the past, to blame Syria and hope for international intervention. And we know that Washington has been a serial liar on this issue, beginning with the 2003 claims of WMD in Iraq.

London, too, proved to be adept at doctoring and manipulating intelligence reports. It seems that Washington and London remain committed to this deception. Now London’s position is represented by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who not only plays the role of a clown but also looks like one.

Regarding the Syrian issue, at least, we are witnessing a trans-Atlantic Confederacy of Dunces. Behold!

Furthermore, as the Arms Control Association reported, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons declared that Syria had actually rid itself of chemical weapons in 2014. There had been shipment upon shipment of these weapons out of the country.

“June 23, 2014: OPCW Director General Uzumcu announced that the last 8 percent of Syria’s chemical weapons was shipped out of the country from the port of Latakia on the Danish ship Ark Futura. Uzumcu says the chemicals should be destroyed within four months.”

This means that one must be suspect about subsequent claims – which have been made –regarding chemical weapons in Syria. Indeed, some of these subsequent claims even emerged with UN investigative teams working with the OPCW. Upon closer scrutiny, it seems that some of these teams came under intense political pressure from NATO.

I’m left wondering how chemical weapons could be cleared from Syria by the Syrian government, and then re-introduced (by the same government desperately attempting to avoid being blamed for any use thereof). Such weapons can easily be smuggled in from Iraq or Turkey by the rebels.

President Putin was right to insinuate that the latest chemical weapons event was a “false flag” event, and that more are likely to come.

Unfortunately, words are no longer enough in this new international context. Putin cannot fully understand how the American and western public has a political memory of six months. Pointing to the lies of 2003 is a meaningless exercise, a history lesson for students with no attention span.

A more effective Russian or Syrian response would be to do something similar to this:

1) Provide a press conference revealing and disseminating the exact, actual evidence, even if this partially compromises intelligence gathering; and

2) Issue arrest warrants for any western leaders who had foreknowledge of the false-flag events or who deny the evidence while still giving ongoing aid and assistance to anti-Syrian opposition (for promoting international terrorism).

My issue with Alex Jones is that he seems to be politically invested in the new Trump administration and will only take his criticism so far. More fair reporting or positioning would be to consider each domestic and international issue area as separate.

Other commentators with more time and resources can do a better job “unmasking” Infowars for having one foot in the deep state that it pretends to oppose, or “unmasking” Alex Jones for perhaps playing the role of controlled opposition. If that is really the case.


Feeling Lucky?


“Are you willing to rrrisk it?”

The Korean scenario seems to be heading for an endgame. The Trump administration is reinforcing its strike capacity here in Northeast Asia.

I think the chances are better than even that Trump will just go for it. It will throw decades of caution to the wind (failed caution, to be sure, from the US perspective).

Technically, for what it is worth (not much), international law requires UN Security Council authorization or a direct or “imminent” attack from North Korea – the latter of which would justify a “pre-emptive” strike.

Technically, a US “preventive” strike would be illegal (as “preventive war” to eliminate a potential threat has been always regarded as illegal).

But the world no longer cares about the letter of the law. Chances are, 60 – 80%, that Trump will order a strike on North Korea.

Here there are two main scenarios.

Personally, neither of these two scenarios are ideal. In a better world, we would see the armistice convert to a full peace treaty and the recognition of “one civilization, two systems.” But we don’t live in a very nice world… So…

The first scenario does not seem likely within the American paradigm (the facts and figures it uses): that there will be a protracted war with an unpredictable outcome. Of course, there are many “known unknows” and even some “unknown unknowns,” so all bets are off. Perhaps North Korea really has more military capacity than has been described in the western media. I have no idea.

The second scenario is a bit more likely, but only if we are to accept a standard interpretation (with no surprises), of the relative balance of power: that the conflict will be short and decisive, with the US immobilizing or destroying North Korean military capacity (nuclear and perhaps conventional).

Perhaps such a strike will be limited and symbolic, as was recently the case for Syria. Another scenario is that it becomes sustained, toppling the political order in North Korea.

In that scenario, a US attack would theoretically be followed by a Chinese occupation. Ultimately, the Chinese might even agree to a reunification of the peninsula of some kind, but only if all US forces are vacated. Then both the US and China would simultaneously declare victory and leave.

Actually, it is very risky for the US to attack North Korea. While questions abound regarding North Korea’s nukes, it has been clear for decades that North Korea has a vast array of rocket launchers – set on a hair trigger – that can destroy the capital of Seoul, South Korea, which is located very close to the border. (I spent lots of time in Seoul and even toured the de-militarized zone on the border.)

Almost certainly, North Korea will have enough time (during an attack) to pull the conventional trigger on South Korea, if it decides to. So there is a lot at stake. Thousands and possibly millions of Korean lives.

South Korea is now the real pawn in this game. It is a pawn because it elected to be a pawn. In the 1950s, South Korea outsourced its national security and agreed to semi-colonial political and military status.

Now South Korea finds itself sandwiched between North Korea and the US, with China another factor.  And South Korea currently has no acting President…

For the Trump administration, if its strike on North Korea is successful, without heavy South Korean casualties, then it will feel empowered to keep the war machine turning elsewhere, specifically in the Middle East. Trump would be lauded as a military genius.

However, a US strike that produces a deadly North Korean backlash (destroying Seoul and killing thousands or more South Koreans) will lead to many more countries seeking to quarantine American power once and for all. Washington would be fully recognized as a dangerous and reckless menace to the international system.

As for Trump, he would probably be on the business end of the words “you’re fired,” and he would be suddenly removed from office by the controllers – or by a cadre of Pentagon officers.

I have no idea what will happen. I’ve only described some likely scenarios.

“Are you willing to rrrisk it?”

Transportation Uni

420471921693081412These photos were taken on my cell phone with a few effects. The overall feeling was a little austere, so not a lot of people in these photos. We were there at an event in the late afternoon, so it was a little empty.

This university is dedicated to transportation and communication. It’s like a university for infrastructure. Many grads go on to work in the high-speed rail system, which is vast and expanding.



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Dryer-less is Best


When I first came to China I thought it was odd that no one had clothes dryers in their homes. No one that I know. Just washing machines. That’s a plus for China. Imagine the electricity required to run dryers for 1 billion people.

Besides, dryers are not needed. Clothes dry themselves in a day or two. Clothes last longer without being beaten up in a hot dryer. The decals on tourist tee-shirts stay intact. Clothes do not fade so quickly.


Above: my washing machine, in Chinese characters only. Just keep pressing buttons until it works.


The water heater set on the hottest setting. For some unknown reason, American skin can take water much hotter than would be comfortable for Chinese people (at least for the ones who’ve been in my shower).


Outside in the hallway these boxes regulate electricity for each apartment. One must purchase a kind of debit card, load it with money in a convenience store, and insert it into the slot for more power.

Speaking of living in China… I saw a youtube video by Jon Humanity, who reported on his phone conversation with MrE3000 (now MrEABC?), another youtuber. They had this conversation despite or because of a feud, is what I gathered.

At one point, Jon explained that MrE3000 had lived in Japan and is now a university professor in a “Chinese country” (maybe Jon meant “Asian country” or simply “China,” but then again, MrE3000 might well have said “Chinese country” to be vague about it all). That is quite a coincidence – because I lived in Japan and am now a university professor in China. C’est tres bizarre.

In any case, I will relocate in December. Not sure where.

I should throw a dart at the world map.

If I miss the circle entirely, well, then I will have to climb a 20,000 foot sheer wall of ice.

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For the Record


My mother is Catholic and my father Protestant but both were non-practicing modern Americans. Church was for the music on Christmas Eve.

But my mother always complained if there were electric guitars. She thought they were inappropriate. Of course, that was soon after the Summer of Love, so she probably imagined Jimi Hendrix jamming at the altar: ’scuse me while I kiss the sky…

I guess my Mom cared more about Christmas Eve than my Dad, so I was baptized Catholic in Panama, where my father began his career in the US Foreign Service.

When we lived in Madrid in the 1960s, I was sent to the local Catholic Church for First Communion. On the big day, I wore a white robe (a dress really) and a wooden crucifix necklace, and I had a little book with pictures of the Saints and Jesus and stuff.

Back then, in Franco’s Spain, the Catholic Church was stuck in the Middle Ages: smoke and incense, candles everywhere, dark hallways, and bloody crucifixes. I was 8 years old, but I remember looking at portraits of Jesus and thinking that this was not a real person. My intuition told me this was all fiction.

Later, in Catholic middle school in Washington DC, we were made to attend mass each week. My friends and I would snicker at the absurdity of it all. Sit. Stand. Kneel. Repeat. Some words in Latin. It was like Monty Python.

But nothing prepared me for the ridiculousness of an evangelical service: the pogo dancing, the thrashing about, the tears… And there were plenty of electric guitars besides.

Before I start my vivisection of Christianity, Islam and Judaism, I should add that I am not taking an atheistic or agnostic perspective (as Christopher Hitchens did) but rather a non-Christian (anti-Christian) Deist perspective.

I think this world was “created” (way more than 8,000 years ago), as a projection from a higher force in higher dimensions. This world is not a cosmic fart. But I also believe that this world, or realm, was hacked and now malware runs in the background. It’s why the graphics are so great but the plot sucks.

I believe there is an ongoing struggle between good and evil, but this does not necessarily need personification or anthropomorphizing. Nevertheless, many of the terms and concepts I use below are religious ones because I am having this debate with religious people.

I think this world allows for an individual’s independent and sovereign search for the truth, for restoration or reunion with the creative force. Reason and empathy are the only required virtues in the struggle for completion. Additionally, the herding of people into one divisive religion or the other is actually a conspiracy to sabotage that quest.

I think natural law is the only valid law, where rights are inherent by virtue of human nature, and where free will is only limited by respect for the rights of others.

Natural law transcends man-made law, and it transcends, and even cancels, Biblical law (which is ultimately man-made as well, or completely corrupted by man and therefore null and void).

What is behind the effort to replace natural law – self-evident and universal – with Biblical law? What new kind of control system was being established?

The founding of the Abrahamic religions was spiritual coup d’etat, usurping the worship of the divine and herding people into a cul de sac.

My objections to Christianity are many. Where to begin?

First, the message of the Christian god is this: Let me save you from what I will do to you if you do not believe in me.

Also, Christians emphasize a direct relationship to god but then insert a third person into the equation: Jesus, for whom historical evidence is very scant. I think it is non-existent, but will settle for scant for the sake of argument.

Arguably, Jesus was a newer edition of recycled Babylonian and Egyptian mythology. Lots of hero worshipping going on. With the Virgin Mary and saints added to the mix, we now have polytheistic idolatry.

Christians insist that the only path to Heaven is believing in Jesus. And failing to pass this theological litmus-test can condemn a soul to an eternity in Hell, where you will burn in the flames forever. But god loves you so much.

Second, it is important to consider that Christianity has been endorsed by the authorities, by most western governments at one time or another, by the oligarchy, by feudal lords, etc…, and is therefore, by necessity, infused with lies, and part of the matrix of parasitism and predation. It cannot be otherwise. In the Bible, whatever kernels of truth can be rescued here and there are wrapped in a package of lies.

Here, Christians are quick to explain away the “Divine Right of Kings” found in so many places in the Bible. I’ve heard their explanations. Not convincing. Christians cloaking earthly kingdoms with the mantle of the divine, and urging blind obedience, is inexcusable. There is no justifiable defense for the Divine Right of Kings.

Metaphorically, or symbolically – politically speaking, that is – the only place for a crowned head is on the chopping block.

Third, and as a function of the above, Christianity is a stand-down religion. For medieval Catholicism it was about focusing on the afterlife, but for modern evangelicals it is about accepting injustice and oppression as part of god’s plan. I guess Catholicism is for peasants and Protestantism is for the proletariat.

Christianity is the blue pill. It is about living with the inevitable outcome of the Book of Revelation. In fact, in that hallucinatory screed, the emergence of a New World Order is deemed inevitable and irreversible. If enough people buy into it, this becomes a self-fulfilling prophesy.

Christianity shares much in common with the New Age movement, which is also designed to defang humanity and protect the power elite: “It’s all good. You create your own reality. Even if you are a refugee in Sudan, no worries, kid, it’s all in your head.”

Fourth,  there is the inherent Christian contradiction of this world unfolding according to god’s “plan” but one in which we supposedly have free will. But not enough free will to actually change that plan! So apparently, we only have free will within narrow corridors. For example, we get to decide if we will order a chocolate or vanilla milkshake. Nothing consequential enough to actually change human destiny.

Fifth, Christianity condemns the physical human body as impure, and it produces a long list of sexual sins. Clearly, there are and should be sexual transgressions in natural law, namely those that violate another person’s sovereignty or dignity: rape, pedophilia, and necrophilia. That’s it. A short list.

What happens among consenting adults is part of the deal of being a sovereign individual, entitled to experience physicality, and to enjoy the fruits of an earthly life when they see fit.

I would further claim that a quest for any “spiritual truth” is impossible without a full experience of sensual reality, or as the New Agers would say, without first-hand knowledge of all “frequencies” in the spectrum. So, Buddhist aspirations to renounce the physical world are mistaken.

If the Bible says homosexuality between consenting adults is a sin, then Satan must have inspired those and other passages. Why? Because any infringement upon the natural and sovereign rights of an individual has diabolical origins.

Indeed, the establishment of external power or dominion over a person, when this breaks from natural law, is Satanic. Basically, I’m accusing many believing Christians, Muslims and Jews of being in a Baphomet cult – of being unwitting Satanists.

Curiously, many Christians are running around claiming that the number “33” is Satanic, as it represents the one-third of angels in Heaven who became “fallen angels.” But then they ignore that, as most commonly described, “33” was the age of Jesus when he was crucified. If there really are no coincidences and “all is number” what are we to make of this?

Sixth, most Christians are narcissists and commit the sin of arrogance, of being certain about many things that are unknowable.

Here, Christians want to be godlike: to know who is blessed and who is cursed; and to know who is saved and who is damned. Christians spew forth scripture to reinforce their judgment of others: chapter this, verse that. They know the past, present, and future. Don’t believe me, just ask them. They know it all. It’s in a book that was written and re-written countless times by committee.

My beef with Islam can be briefly stated because Islam has the same faults of Christianity, but to the “nth degree.” Most fundamentalist Muslims are even more certain, more belligerent, and more inclined to mete out Old Testament punishment.

Individual sovereignty and natural rights are even more violently infringed upon in Islam than in Christianity.

Muslims claim that Islam is the newest edition, the corrected and updated version of what came before. Their god needed to return, clarify, modify, and amend.

Tiny shards of Judaism recognize the dignity of people, with efforts to call attention to a single god.

Nevertheless, Judaism can be condemned principally for its Talmud, a book predicated on a sense of religious, cultural and genetic superiority, and that places the chosen people above the non-Jewish “goyim.”

The Talmud provides countless – countless –  passages that rank the goyim as animals; that prioritize the property and cattle of Jews above goyim; that punish non-Jews (heathens, barbarians, the impious) for crimes against Jews but pardon the reverse; and on and on and on.  The Talmud is super saturated with hate speech and essentially becomes a handbook for how to establish dominion over and exploit the non-Jew.

Much of this sense of genetic superiority is carried over into the Old Testament, and the modern state of Israel, a squalid apartheid state, advances the agenda.

Deuteronomy 7 When the Lord your God brings you into the land you are entering to possess and drives out before you many nations—the Hittites, Girgashites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites, seven nations larger and stronger than you—

2 and when the Lord your God has delivered them over to you and you have defeated them, then you must destroy them totally. Make no treaty with them, and show them no mercy.

3 Neither shalt thou make marriages with them; thy daughter thou shalt not give unto his son, nor his daughter shalt thou take unto thy son.

Here, other passages on the Bible also depict the unions (of Jews with non-Jews) as the Jew becoming “polluted” and engaging in “whoredom.”

Enough said. Reading the Talmud and much of the Old Testament, and parts of the New Testament, should bother the modern person. For the more sensitive, it will shock the conscience.

I cannot be accused of “blasphemy” for claiming that the true Creator is not the god of the Old Testament, as that god was thin-skinned, vengeful, and partisan.

If I reject the oligopoly of Christianity, Islam and Judaism – then I will proudly accept the charge of “heresy.”

I would add that these three religious franchises have defiled the divine, smearing and denigrating human dignity. No one even remotely attached to these false religions, on any plane of existence, can judge me or mine – not in this world or the next.

Your “law” is null and void.

Some of my Facebook critics are wrong when they call me a “humanist” because they merely equate this term with atheism, Marx, and Darwin. It’s not that simple.

What is behind the Christian effort to denigrate the word “human?” So they can pursue an “anti-human” agenda and contrast it with a cartoonish denigration of “human.” Another Satanic inversion sponsored  by modern Christians.

I am only “humanist” insofar as I stress the inherent value and goodness of human beings, with a respect for timeless and universal natural law.

Mainly, I am a “Deist” in that I think we will remain incomplete, and severed from our true nature, without a quest for the divine.

No Country for Old Men


No Country for Old Men (2007) has an interesting scene: the coin toss scene.

Javier Bardem, who plays Anton Chigurh, walks into a gas station. It is a curious scene in part because it is long, more than 4 minutes.

Something important is being said here, between the lines, not really by the Coen brother directors but by the producers behind the producers. They are revealing what the elite really think about humanity.

Anton is a kind of demon, taking innocent life more or less randomly, but with a twisted code of conduct behind it all. He is like a psychopath on a mission of some kind, insisting on control, and exerting life and death decisions over others.

Before I continue with my analysis of the coin toss scene, I would like to establish the nature of Anton’s character with the “get out of the car scene.”

In some ways, Anton is a metaphor for the ruling elite, for the controllers of this existence, who imagine humanity to be farm animals (hence Anton uses a mechanical device to kill animals). Well, indeed, most people blindly fall rules they do not understand, and that can be fatal.

Lower down on this hierarchy, lower down on this pyramid, there are those who believe humanity are “cattle,” but that is another story.

In the gas station, Anton is relatively hostile to the gas attendant. His disrespect is further compounded by Anton’s discovery that the gas attendant did not really reflect upon how the attendant got there in life – just by marrying into the business, and by drifting over from Temple, Texas. (I rode a motorcycle all through those parts, so I have the terrain in my bones).

The coin toss scene suggests that the rules of the game – of this rigged reality – are fixed.

The producers (the controllers) imagine that this scene represents a kind of exhibition of free will, with two sovereign individuals obliged to follow the outcome of the coin toss, and how destiny can turn on a dime (or a quarter).

Anton is following the rule not to decide on behalf of the attendant, and insists upon a decision, upon a “call.”

However, Anton has complete information regarding the consequences of the coin toss; and the attendant has incomplete information. The game is rigged.

The coin toss is based on false promises. He says to the attendant that “you stand to win everything, call it!” but in reality there is absolutely nothing to win (except remaining alive).

The attendant wins the coin toss. What does he win? Nothing. Unless you consider 25 cents to weigh on the scales equally against human life.

The producers, imagining themselves to be imparting messages in this scene, are attempting to show their magnificence: how grand they are, how fair they are, how they give humanity chance after chance to determine their own destiny! Yes, we told you so!

With an unfair coin toss in a Hollywood movie.