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Too Often, Google Fails Badly as a Search Engine: It Omits Inconvenient Information

All Too Often, Google Fails Badly. Why? All too often, a search in Google fails badly because it omits inconvenient information, that’s why. And it’s why you must question everything. Let me explain. Since the coming of the ‘information messiah’, Google, the very notion of seeking information, or even ‘the Truth’, has become immortalized as the new verbal imperative, “Google it”. You’re told that if you want to know about something, just go to Google or Google Chrome, or even some of the other search engines built on Google, such as Duck Duck Go, or even Brave. And you’re ‘sure’ …

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Tony Blinken Rockin in the Free World: American Schizoid

Tony Blinken: Rockin in the Free World or American Schizoid Man? In Kiev, Ukraine, Tony Blinken sang the chorus to the iconic song by Neil Young from 1989. Only, he didn’t bother to sing the actual lyrics—a total indictment of everything Blinken stands for. There’s colors on the street Red, white, and blue People shuffling their feet People sleeping in their shoes There’s a warning sign on the road ahead There’s a lot of people saying we’d be better off dead Don’t feel like Satan, but I am to them So I try to forget it any way I can[Chorus] …

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The Pacifist’s Dilemma: What If The War Comes to You?

The Pacifist’s Dilemma: What If The War Comes to You?   The Ukraine War Has Created a Moral Problem for People in the Peace Movement   On February 24th, 2022, following a resolution in the Russian Duma, or legislative body which recognized the two breakaway regions of Ukraine, Donetsk and Lugansk as independent of the Ukraine authorities, Russia invaded Ukraine. I had several phone calls with my long time peacenik friends condemning Russia, presumably for its ‘unprovoked aggression’ against the ‘legitimate government of Kiev.’   As a pacifist since my teen years, the attack certainly raised questions as to whether …

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Comparing Treatment of Iraq with Israel: Shameful Differences

To view the video, click this link below Comparing Treatment of Iraq with Treatment of Israel Einstein Letter to the NY Times Introduction Comparing the treatment of Iraq with Israel, and how it is treated, reveals a number of interesting, if not disturbing, paradoxes and contexts that are governing our current situation. Recent Attacks by Israel: Violations of Both Humanitarian and International Law Many of you may have heard about several serious attacks that Israel has engaged in recently. One was an attack on people who are serving food to starving people. It’s called the World …

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Dualistic Thinking and Ego: The Roots of Global Conflict

Dualistic Thinking and Ego: The Roots of Western Conflict “Liars, Murderers, all of you liars! You’re only happy when you see something die..why don’t you kill yourselves and be happy…You and your ‘God’s country…Freedom’! I pity you!…you’re three DEAD Men!”                                                                                    –Marilyn Monroe, in her last movie, The Misfits, 1962. She watched as Clark Gable tied up a horse to …

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The War on Consciousness: Manufacturing Stupidity

Diplomacy for Dummies Recently, a stark example of the war on consciousness in the West was on full display: Russians have had to dumb down their speeches at the UN so other countries can understand them, deputy representative Dmitry Polyansky has said I don’t know what media you consume for your news, but the recent press conference by President Joe Biden, where he refers to President El-Sisi as the president of Mexico comes to mind. Mexico is on the US border. President El Sisi is the current leader of Egypt, which is what…5000 miles away from the US East …

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RFK, Jr. for President: To Vote or Not to Vote, That Is the Question

Ed Curtin’s Interview with Regis Tremblay Recently, Professor Ed Curtin discussed the candidacy of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. He’s the nephew of John F. Kennedy, who was President of the United States, and assassinated in 1963. He is the son of JFK’s brother Robert F. Kennedy, who was assassinated in 1968.  Both were ostensibly murdered for their opposition to the war in Vietnam, and, if you will, to ‘the Deep State’, which really rules the United States. They discussed the question whether the deep divisions and imbalances within US society can be reconciled. It’s thought provoking and well worth watching. …

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Question Everything

Did Curiosity Really Kill the Cat? There is a common saying that Curiosity killed the cat. This is curious. It is as if whoever made up this saying wanted to prevent people from being curious. I maintain that LACK of curiosity leads to fatal consequences. The Kalama Sutta and Its Relevance to Today The Buddha in the Kalama Sutta admonished his listeners, “Don’t believe what is spoken by authorities, or is based on ‘well, everybody knows that’”. Examples abound where whole populations have been hoodwinked into disaster.So when ‘the authorities say that…..’this is Truth and that someone who opposes it …

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Cuban Missile Crisis 2.0| The Doomsday Clock: The Alarm’s Ringing–Wake Up!

Are We in Cuban Missile Crisis II, or Worse? The Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 nearly resulted in a nuclear war. The likelihood of a civilization ending nuclear war is now greater than it’s ever been, and nobody seems to care.  Read on to find what’s going on. Note: For purposes of this discussion, the terms, “Soviet Union, USSR, Soviet Russia” and related terms all relate to the forerunner of today’s Russian Federation.  The Doomsday Clock was created by a group of atomic scientists who wanted to warn the public of the danger of nuclear war. More on that below. …

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