Fuck Work!

Pardon the colorful language, but jeezus-crist… you will either open your eyes, or you will keep them closed and move on.

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James Livingston says “fuck work”! That was the original title of the book that now appears as No More Work: Why Full Employment Is A Bad Idea (2016).

 For centuries we have believed that work is where we build character, and that the labor market allocates incomes more or less rationally. These beliefs have become delusions. What then? Why do we hold fast to full employment as the cure for what ails us, and retain faith in the labor market’s efficiencies?

Livingston is Professor of History at Rutgers., and delivered this lecture at the University of Pittsburgh on March 18, 2017 as part of boundary 2’s conference, “Neoliberalism, Its Ontology and Genealogy”:

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What Is His-Story, and Do You Believe History?

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Laocoön and his Sons in the Vatican which is among the works under the care of the Pontifical Commission for the Cultural Heritage of the Church Laocoön and his Sons in the Vatican which is among the works under the care of the Pontifical Commission for the Cultural Heritage of the Church

We have an opportunity to question, examine, and research the stories that are taught as fact about the past.
I have often wondered about the era when illiteracy was the norm, a time when reading and writing was restricted to the elite ruling class.
When I thought about those social norms I also thought about the collection of stories that are now called the Bible. The Bible is not a single book, but rather a collection of many books over the course of many generations, and most of those books are incomplete short stories.
It always puzzled me how organized religions and laws are constructed on that foundation.

The fact that the biblical stories predate the current religions is a curious hint about…

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What’s The Most Ambitious Engineering Project Ever?

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Full image Economist the world in 2016
Let’s discuss and think about BIG IDEAS!

What’s The Most Amazing Engineering Project Ever?
Perhaps Some Would Say The Creation Of the Universe With the Earth System Inside It…

Perhaps others will not consider that a engineered project, and would look toward earthly matters, such as:

*** Pyramids
There are too many unknowns about the origins and construction of the many pyramids, thus I will not list it among the mega engineering feats discussed here, and leave it for future discussions.

*** Cathedrals
Is an excellent example of elite planning.
There are detailed archives that reveal the fact that elites do plan projects that last over centuries!

The Great Deception
But, what about considering Civilization as a engineered construct?

Technocracy, SimCity or Global Agenda 21?


* Steering Today’s Civilization
With fast pace shortsightedness and desire for instant gratification so prevalent, I find it rare to discuss projects that last…

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Deep State USA: Dulles, Dallas and Devilish Games


All over the world as in the USA itself many people have the suspicion that the democratic cover has degenerated to an empty masquerade. The talk of the elected US President as “the most powerful Man on Earth” is an empty phrase. He might still be “the most glamorous man on Earth”, but nothing more, since the power lies somewhere else, namely with the US Power Elite, which is today much smaller than it was in the days when C. Wright Mills has coined that word:


The power elite is consisting of the wealthiest people together with the heads of “Intelligence” and the military. Coming from what President Eisenhower named the “Military-Industrial Complex” in his farewell address this small class has formed the “Deep State”, the power behind the curtain since long:

The named forces were struggling for dominance already in the times of FDR what surfaced with the aborted…

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Apple Seeds And Cancer: What The Government Has Been Hiding From You For Years

You may be too scared to try apple or apricot seeds, bitter almonds or cherry pits. It’s the cyanide content that freaks you out, right? But, the latest research will change your mind for good. Well, “latest” may not be the right word, because this theory has been here since the 1950s.
Cyanide is deadly, but not in the way it’s used in the treatment of cancer. Convincing others that cyanide will only kill you is a simple act of ignorance. It would take too many seeds before the cyanide contained in them kills you.
As they say, “ignorance is your worst enemy.” This fear has kept people away from the secret for too long. Apple/apricot seeds or bitter almonds won’t kill you. Have you ever heard of amygdalin?

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… and for the record, I have been eating the seeds of apples since… since… well, since I have been able to eat apples.

Yes, yes, even after all the  scary story’s about the boy that died when an apple tree grew inside his stomach (or however the original story went) 

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ALERT: New vaccines will permanently alter your DNA

Like something out of Dan Brown’s new book “Inferno”.

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Alert: New vaccines will permanently alter your DNA

by Jon Rappoport

February 22, 2017

(Update: Part-1 here, Part-3 here)

I reported on this stunner in my previous article, “Genetically modified people: what could go wrong?” But it deserves its own article. The information needs to be spread far and wide. Now.

The reference is the New York Times, 3/9/15, “Protection Without a Vaccine.” It describes the frontier of research. Here are key quotes that illustrate the use of synthetic genes to “protect against disease,” while changing the genetic makeup of humans. This is not science fiction:

“By delivering synthetic genes into the muscles of the [experimental] monkeys, the scientists are essentially re-engineering the animals to resist disease.”

“’The sky’s the limit,’ said Michael Farzan, an immunologist at Scripps and lead author of the new study.”

“The first human trial based on this strategy — called immunoprophylaxis by gene…

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Julie and the boys: CDC, Merck, vaccines

The Truth Shall Set You Free (but first, it will piss you off)

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Julie and the boys: CDC, Merck, vaccines

by Jon Rappoport

April 24, 2017

I write this story now to remind people there are several titanic unresolved issues surrounding research fraud at the CDC, involving the MMR vaccine.

We all know about CDC whistleblower William Thompson, a long-time researcher at the CDC. Thompson still works there.

On August 27, 2014, he released a statement through his lawyer, Rick Morgan, in which he admitted research fraud.

Thompson confessed he and his CDC co-authors cooked the data in a key 2004 study, thereby exonerating the MMR vaccine from any blame in causing autism.

Thompson has never been subpoenaed by Congress to confess what he knows about this case.

But what about Stephen Kraling and Joan Wlochowski?


They’re two former Merck virologists who filed a qui tam suit against Merck, the manufacturer of the very same MMR vaccine.

The suit claims Merck defrauded…

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Throw Away Your Glasses! Only Using This One Ingredient Will Help You Increase Your Vision By 97 % | Herbs Remedies

*** as with any health “advice”… YMMV (never expect the same result as every one else)

The main ingredient of this recipe is saffron, root that very few of you know.
According to research by Silvia Bisti, this natural element could stop and recover the degeneration of eyesight, achieving that the cells integrated to the visual system become harder and more resistant in a very short time.

This medication should be drunk in the form of tea


  • 1 gr of saffron
  • 1 cup of water


It is very simple. Allow the water to boil and then add saffron. If you want to be sweeter add a little honey. Drink a few cups during the day.
Besides vision, saffron also purifies your blood, improves the blood circulation, helps in the treatment of arthritis, improves the level of triglycerides and cholesterol and promotes learning and memory retention.

Read about it here:



hmmm… sadly saffron is pretty expensive here, one gram being about $9/one ounce is about $140.0

A couple more links are below 



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If Your Connected Home Could Talk – Safe and Savvy Blog by F-Secure

Oh, but IT can talk***

The old cliche “If these walls could talk…” is taking on new meaning in the world of the Internet of Things.
Smart walls that actually talk aren’t on the market yet. But your connected home is capable of listening, remembering and divulging more about you than you may have imagined, explains researcher Charles Givre, a data scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton. (Yep, the same company that employed whistleblower Edward Snowden.)
In a talk at the Make Data Work conference in New York, Givre described what IoT devices Nest Thermostat, the Automatic Car dongle and the Wink hub learned about him as he used them as designed.
His conclusion?
“‘Smart’ devices collect and broadcast a lot of information beyond what you might expect. In aggregate, this information can reveal a great deal about the device’s owner.”
This information includes:

  • Your Facebook and Twitter handles
  • What other connected devices you have in your home and when they were connected
  • Your home’s location
  • Your internet service provider
  • When you are home
  • All the trips you take in your car (depending on your privacy settings)
  • Possibly your religion (if you, like Givre and Walter from The Big Lebowski, “don’t roll on Shabbos“)

Givre pointed out that most of the information is transferred securely but is stored in the cloud. Anyone who has access to your email address and password could reach it all.
At this point, connected homes are rare enough that it’s probably more convenient for thieves to physically stake out your home to note your comings and goings. But given the explosion of connected home technology, it’s just smart security to make sure your important passwords are unique, strong and unable to be guessed by anyone. This basic step — and thinking ahead about securing your connected home — is the best you can do, now that you’re aware just how much your connected home knows about you.
The makers of IoT devices also need to do due diligence to protect the sensitive data their devices are collecting — especially since government regulation isn’t erring on the side of consumers privacy.
“The Federal Trade Commission put out a report this year with best practices about how companies should notify their customers about data retention,” ProPublica‘s Lauren Kirchner reports. “Device makers say that customers can opt in or out of sharing their personal information with developers and third-party apps.”
So your connected devices may be talking to others without you even realizing you have the choice.
“If these walls could talk…”, shouldn’t you at least have a chance to decide whom they talk to?


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Video (otw) William Cooper

William (Bill) Cooper, like him or not, he did have a point. 

Things are bad and getting worse.

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