Democracy thrives on Neptune

Following the news coming out of the US and its concubine states can sometimes be very disorienting. What do you publish when so much is being violated simultaneously?

Running a blog means a constant source of information from around the world of the so many violations of sovereignty, genocides, terrorism and lies that the west has undertaken in its quest to rule supreme against the people of this planet.

As is the case with the dogs of war, they bark and compete to outdo each other in an effort to please their masters. Be it the demonic joint venture of the US/Gulf Arabs/Israel/EU, also commonly known as IS, or be it the wholesale murder of civilians in Pakistan, the story is the same: We, the people, are under attack from the Empire.

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The delusion of unicorn democracy perpetuates only among the masses that subscribe to the sewage masquerading as news. For the rest of us democracy died a long time ago. Make no mistake, we do not live free and will not live free until a multi-polar world emerges. Until then there will be an illusion of “freedom” as long as you get along and voice the official narrative.

Many of you have either asked or hinted at some coverage of Oceania. While we will highlight what we see as critical, we will not talk about domestic politics just as we will never talk about US domestic politics. It is an exercise in human stupidity. We have no desire to engage in a thriving expression of freedom on a strictly controlled spectrum of opinion. Once again Noam Chomsky’s quote comes to mind:

“The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum…”

The recent statements from Cameron and May in the UK have made it clear that even those who are clearly not associated with the boogeyman of terrorism will be hunted down and burned at the stake.

Nick Kollerstrom, author of ‘Terror on the Tube, Behind the Veil of 7/7’, hands himself in to Scotland Yard, after David Cameron’s speech to the UN regarding 9/11 and 7/7 “truthers” being as dangerous as ISIS.

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10 thoughts on “Democracy thrives on Neptune”

  1. Anybody who considers the death of democracy and the danger of dissent to be a new phenomenon should ask themselves why the anti-federalists thought it wise to publish their thoughts about the foundations of the land of the free under pseudonyms.

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