Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Corporate - Government Plan To Control Your Thoughts

A longtime pet project of the mad Scientist community to turn us all into machines (Humandroids?) that are controlled by a central unit on behalf of an ELITE group. Some completely whacko, sociopathic scientists have said this is the next phase in human evolution. Well last time I looked, +Nature was doing just fine while science was screwing up the planet right left and centre and offering ...

Corporate - Government Plan To Control Your Thoughts

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Of Mice and Men and Mad Scientists. The Lunatics Trying To Create Man - Mouse Hybrids

Not that long ago the words mad and scientist were related as closely as any identical twins. Recently with the growth of big government politics and corporate control freakery the kind of scientific research that even Hitler's Nazi regime would have baulked at is suddenly respectable. but what possible benefit can there be in creating creatures that are neither man nor mouse but a bit of each ...

Of Mice and Men and Mad Scientists. The Lunatics Trying To Create Man - Mouse Hybrids


American GM Wheat Losing Out To Russian Organic Wheat In World Markets
We've been trying to get the truth out on GM crops, loved by American corporate business, rent-a-quote scientists and politicians for several years. The massed ranks of big money and big politics are still ranged against us but it seems that one again we the New Media are winning. The more the 'experts', professors and politicians tell us genetically modified crops are good, the mor suspicious we become.

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Monday, July 22, 2013

Statism has turned Detroit Into Ayn Rand's Starnesville

Socialist thinking, Big Government and Nanny State turn The Motor City into a junkyard

When the city of Detroit, once the greatest car making city in the world, declared bankruptcy, it seemed like the formal announcement of the death of the American dream. But from another perspective the plight of Detriot should concern us all. Writers who try to warn of the dangers of big government paternalism usually talk of George Orwell's 1984 vs Huxley's brave New World. Now there is a new contender, Ayn Rand's Starnesville.

The once great motor city now languishes in squalor as a result of Nanny State restrictions on business, punitive taxes and and the dependency culture high unemployment and an economy based on social welfare payments encourage. Add to that the uncompetitiveness that results from over regulation and you have Blade Runner meets '1984'.

Serves 'em right though for letting the Motown record label church out all that nice, safe, sanitized bubble gum music and call it soul. Come to think of it, the music was as anodune as the cars they turned out through the 1980s and 1990s.

Statism has turned Detroit into Ayn Rand's Starnesville

Friday, July 19, 2013

A minor sensation in the world of +Publishing happened a few years ago when the non - fiction lists were graced for a while by an academic paper. That an +Academic study should attract interest outside its specialist field is amazing in itself, even more so when the subject of this paper is revealed. It was a study of Bullshit. Not the brown ploppy stuff that lies around in pastures of course, which is usually ...

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Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Man's Greatest Invention? The Wheel? WRONG! Think in terms of breakfast ...

There is a scene in the excellent British movie Shirley Valentine in which the eponymous heroine (played by Pauline Collins) looks back to her schooldays and describes how she lost interest in school, career etc. A teacher asks her class "What was mankind's greatest invention. Young Shirley puts up her hand but the teacher makes a sarcastic comment because our girl is not one of the star pupils. One by one the class swots are asked and give ...

Man's Greatest Invention? The Wheel? WRONG! Think in terms of breakfast ...