you can't expect the masses to grok the nuances of your head trips

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Take David Icke. He stumps for


but also


I mean, they have pretty full plates and when you say "stand up" and "we outnumber them" you might add at the time that there's a little matter of that being what they want us to do so they can bring in the total police state. OR you could make up your mind, because, honestly, people just are NOT going to take it that what you mean by "stand up" is simply for them to keep sitting... with attitude.

I do not mean to pick on Icke here. It's everywhere. Since people fear "advocating violence" they keep bravely dithering, trying to rouse the masses while seeming to be expecting the masses to rise in song to "combat" tyranny. I mean, maybe over on the right hemisphere of Greater Blogistan they aren't this wishy-washy, but everywhere I look, people are screaming and thumping and whining and wailing about all these egregious offenses to decency, crimes against humanity and enslavement by the sociopathic PTB and every time they feel pressed to offer up an idea for how to proceed nonviolently it is, at best, for you to bring your tent and meet them on the steps of the stock exchange... so that if you are really tenacious you can ultimately manage a recall "election" where you can trade out Al Capone for Bugsy Siegel.

It's pretty much moot here because they're using their spiritual immobilization tactics on us full time and soon we won't be able to even leave the couch for the toilet, let alone insurrection. That is why I keep begging you to do what it takes to come unhypnotized. You'll then be in a position to make your own decisions about your place in this world... based on reality instead of mental conditioning... make up your real mind.


Meditation aid:
Summer Corn Soup

2 ears corn
4-5 cups corn broth or vegetable broth
¼ cup each diced red and orange bell peppers
¼ cup diced red onion
Olive oil
Salt and pepper
Herbs such as cilantro, basil and/or and parsley

Optional garnish: tiny grape tomatoes

Holding the corncobs vertically, slice the kernels into a bowl. Run the back of the knife down the cobs to release any lingering corn milk. Reserve the kernels. Cut the cobs into a few pieces and place them in a saucepan with the corn or vegetable broth. Bring to a boil and let simmer for about 10-15 minutes. Remove the corncobs and discard (chop finely and add to compost).
... or lacquer and use for sculpture....
Meanwhile, in a saucepan large enough to hold the finished soup, lightly sauté the peppers and onion in a little olive oil. Add the broth and reserved corn kernels and simmer until the corn is gently cooked, 5 minutes or so. Season to taste. If you are using the cherry tomato garnish, add them at the end of the simmering process, along with the herbs, so that they soften and lightly cook. Serves 4.
Or one.