Miss the truth from this man …

Mr. James Traficant in 2009:

Same truth today but the monetary figures have drastically increased



Fairness vs. Sameness

Helena Cronin is a Darwinian philosopher and rationalist. She is the co-director of the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science and the Darwin Centre at the London School of Economics.

At first glance, this may seem like lecture for feminism. I disagree and argue that this is against the liberal and especially millennial feminists. That agenda does destroy and has progressively has destroyed family values. This lecture shows scientifically that modern feminism has no basis.


A Winter Solstice Blessing to you all…


Settler Ideology

This is an excellent interview and I found to be a good read…

“In an interview with Press TV on Wednesday, Etler, a former professor of Anthropology at Cabrillo College in Aptos, California, suggested that Zionism is the version of this core settler ideology that was used by the Israelis against the Palestinians, which helps to explain the Zionist orientation of the United States.

“As a settler state the US, like other Anglo-settler states, including Israel, has a core ideology of manifest destiny, racial and ethnic oppression, and outright genocide against the indigenous people they encounter and oust during their colonial conquests. This core settler ideology is indistinguishable from Zionism and helps to explain the Zionist orientation of the US and its allies,” he said.”

Continue reading here… http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/12/21/546351/What-is-behind-Zionist-orientation-of-US



Word of the Day: Flummoxed

adjective: flummoxed
  1. bewildered or perplexed.
    “he became flummoxed and speechless”

past tense: flummoxed; past participle: flummoxed
  1. perplex (someone) greatly; bewilder.
    “he was completely flummoxed by the question”
    synonyms: baffle, perplex, puzzle, bewilder, mystify, bemuse, confuse, confound; More

    informalfaze, stump, beat, fox, be all Greek to, floor, discombobulate
    “at age ten, he created intricate math problems that flummoxed his teachers”
mid 19th century: probably of dialect origin; compare with dialect flummock ‘to make untidy, confuse.’
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*** side note: I used to do “word of the day” want to get back to it. Words are interesting and this helps me (if no one else)

Thought for the Day