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The Turn of the Screw

Remember when you were a kid and saw “thumbscrew torture” for the first time in some late-night horror film? It was the coolest. To inflict so much pain with so little effort—just a tiny turn of the screw and intense wailing would ensue. How cool was that?—horrifying as well. Although using […]

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The man on the stage

Here is some unsolicited advice from an old woman living in the wilderness of Canada. I mean well. There is something going on in the world that you cared about last week. It consumed most of your energy in terms of what you believed in working towards. Then there was an assassination attempt on […]

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Project Total Control: Everything Is a Weapon When Totalitarianism Is Normalized

“The biggest mistake I see is people waiting for A Big Sign that’ll tell them that things have gone too far. One Big Thing that police or lawmakers or the president/leaders will do that will cross the line. It’ll never come because they won’t cross it. They’ll move the line. That line you think you […]

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The Scuppering

And so the Puppet Masters smiled. Now children, it is not difficult. Not difficult at all. There’s this thing called the third option. It always exists. It always has. Even in things you don’t think really have an option such as dying e.g. “We’re all gonna die,” say the sanguinely tedious to explain […]

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Oh! Give it a rest!

Recently the Telegraph published “I’d Like to believe the Moon landings were fake – the alternative is far bleaker.” It’s an anonymous editorial, posing as a movie review. The former Telegraph journalists, who has now been officially labelled a “conspiracy theorist,” James Delingpole, observed: […]

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Supreme Court Makes the President a Dictator for Life

“The relationship between the President and the people he serves has shifted irrevocably. In every use of official power, the President is now a king above the law.” Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissenting in Trump v. United States The US Supreme Court has made it official: the president of the United […]

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What, Me Worry?

Is it over? Will people continue to die due to the Covid vaccines? Or have the excess deaths hit their peak? Or should I keep worrying about all of my friends and family who got jabbed? A recent newspaper article (UK’s The Telegraph) boasted the headlines: “Covid vaccines may have helped fuel rise […]

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The British Government?

Well, here in the UK we have a new Trilaterist….er, sorry, I meant Labour government, led by the charismatic Keir Starmer. Likened to a dish rag, and not without good reason, Keir Starmer now commands the government with a whopping 170+ seat majority after nearly 80% of the British electorate didn’t […]

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That’s All Folks (Redux)

Well, what do you know, it looks like we’ve got another “CRISIS OF DEMOCRACY” on our hands. Yes, that’s right, folks, THE VERY FABRIC OF DEMOCRACY IS AT STAKE … again! Which means (surprise!) that it’s probably time to declare another STATE OF EMERGENCY and take some sort of EMERGENCY MEASURES to […]

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Don’t Kid Yourself

So many people I read or talk to seem to think that we shrews are making inroads, primarily in the court system. “This is all crumbling down,” they cheer. “The truth is coming out, we are winning!” Fat chance. Now, I don’t want to be a 24/7 doomsayer—I DO believe there has been some successful …... […]

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Progress and Potatoes

Please note this is a humour piece which is not something people may want to read depending on the state of your country and how demoralized/angry you may be about the state of the world. Seriously. And so it was that the two old women (who would not admit to being old at all and …... Continue […]

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Mission Creep: How the Police State Acclimates Us to Being Modern-Day Slaves

“In a fully developed bureaucracy there is nobody left with whom one can argue, to whom one can present grievances, on whom the pressures of power can be exerted. Bureaucracy is the form of government in which everybody is deprived of political freedom, of the power to act; for the rule by Nobody is […]

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Timely Lessons About Tyranny from the Father of the Constitution

“Take alarm at the first experiment on our liberties.” James Madison James Madison, often referred to as the “Father of the Constitution,” once predicted that the Bill of Rights would become mere “parchment barrier,” words on paper ignored by successive generations of Americans. How right he was. […]

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The Death of the Shadow

Recently my sister gave me an article written in a weekly magazine that the El Convento Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico printed back in 1963. The little magazine was titled The San Juan Diary published once a week. It was chock full of ads (more ads than print copy!) primarily advertising for […]

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Welcome to the Age of Abstraction

The UK Metereological Office has just reported that we have enjoyed the hottest May on record. Meanwhile, those of us who have lived in the UK during May have endured unseasonal cold and rain, and have complained to one another constantly about it. Welcome to the age of abstraction, when lived […]

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