At what point did our tap water become so poisoned that it was no longer drinkable and that we’d end up having to pay for each time we flushed the loo? At what point did our air become so polluted and poisoned that it was no longer breathable? At what point did we accept that abusing children was a systemic symptom of our society? The honest answer is that we cannot remember. At what point did we become so dumb down and indoctrinated that contemplating such questions were seen as signs of paranoia or mental breakdown? At what point did apathy become the most serious affliction ever to befall mankind? - G. Gordon (1988)
Tuesday, 19 October 2010
“The only burden we should carry in life is the heavy sword by which we must behead the cursed beast of apathy!”
The human spirit has the overwhelming capacity to love, but not just to love that which we possess or hold dear, for that only lasts for a fraction in time. It is a fraction that we must discard on earth one day to embrace the magnificent glory of humanly unimaginable love. We must love all of our fellow man, regardless of earthly distinction. We must guard against the nature of deception, which threatens our ability to feel guilt or shame for our hurtful and bitter deeds, and we must harness the energy of love to reveal mankind in its true form. We must be aware of the conditioned growing compassion fatigue that seeks to forever distract us from human suffering. The only burden we should carry in life is the heavy sword by which we must behead the cursed beast of apathy. - Glenn Gordon
Author of "The Confessions of an Economic Hit Man", John Perkins confirms my long held suspicions of the economic crash of Iceland and the subsequent falling of other countries. I believed at the time that the volcanic ash cloud was HAARP induced, just as it was used in Haiti and Pakistan. Poland were to suffer a different fate when their political leaders were murdered in a plane crash and not one world leader attended the funerals, citing the ash cloud as prohibiting them from flying. German premier, Angela Mercel was only four hours drive away, as were others. When Pakistan was hit by devastating floods, new UK leader, David Cameron was on a timely visit to India, where he branded Pakistan as a terrorist state, thus deliberately deterring any charitable financial aid to the suffering. While thousands were dying or displaced, the corporate owned world media chose to distract attention onto a pathetic cricketing scandal and 33 Chilean miners, whose well being was already confirmed as safe. The media did mention that Pakistan had just been hit with a huge "loan" of $900bn by the World Bank, which they cannot possibly repay, unless of course they surrender all their resources.