Military Industrial Complex is Back

If you think Trump was an idiot, thanks to mainstream media manipulation, then good luck with corporate war-mongering, neoliberalism is back in the Goonya (white) House, Biden & Blinkin & Co. … thanks to all the idjuts, and sheeple and their compliance in silence.

Pay attention for what’s coming next … 2021 … and the bea(s)t rolls on.

President-elect Biden has reportedly chosen his longtime foreign policy adviser Antony Blinken as his nominee for Secretary of State. Blinken had previously served as Biden’s national security advisor when Biden was vice president, and he was also deputy secretary of state in the Obama administration.

WHO’s Feeding The Fear

“W.H.O.’s” keeping the fear alive & well… or is that keeping the fear of a “virus” alive & well? Being realistic, what are the odds here in Australia. Read the stats, and check-in on the percentages … seriously, are you all in high-risk, or vulnerable categories? [lol] … I am, apparently, and…? lol … Don’t let social kowtowing, conditioning, herd mentality, and propaganda be the ruler of your lives. Unrealistic, unhealthy, unhelpful FEAR, is a killer!

Opportunity in Life

In my line of work, and amongst the oh so many people I’ve had dealings with over several decades, how so many have spoken a lot, about compassion, caring, concern for the state of their world and their fellow humans, the environment, & such like. Yet, when life presents them with the opportunity to do so, they did nothing.

When they could’ve or should’ve made that difference at the time, in that circumstance — for another — they didn’t.

There are many “fallen angels” living amongst us, that need a hand, a gesture of kindness, a moment of compassion — presented to us, each and every day — giving us the opportunity to act on the words and rhetoric we profess. Yet, most of us will fail to recognise as such, or choose to ignore.

The quality of how we have lived, and that of our “souls” — our compassion in action — our connectedness to life — is what makes the difference. It is not the quantity nor quality of our words, nor the things we accumulate, that is the measure of a meaningful life.

Too many, too often, start from “what’s in it for me” or “what’s this going to cost”, or “I don’t have the time”, before they give to the need.