“If we define an American fascist as one who in case of conflict puts money and power ahead of human beings, then there are undoubtedly several million fascists in the United States. There are probably several hundred thousand if we narrow the definition to include only those who in their search for money and power are ruthless and deceitful.” The Danger of American Fascism, Henry A. Wallace, 1944
For you see, the world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes. — Coningsby: Or The New Generation And, The governments of the present day have to deal not merely with other governments, with emperors, kings, and ministers, but also with the secret societies which have everywhere their unscrupulous agents, and can at the last moment upset all the governments’ plans.
— Benjamin Disraeli, Speech at Aylesbury, Great Britain, September 10, 1870
Speaks for itself…. I have never been a very religious person, in fact outside of the times when I would achieve what Søren Kierkegaard described as an “existential leap of faith”, which is roughly a moment in time when a belief overcomes logic and for a fleeting point in time one believes uncontrollably. For Kierkegaard, like the dancer defying gravity in her graceful leap that seems like she is truly flying. However, the deeper I travel down the rabbit hole seeking truth and some sense of reality, the more and more I am find myself believing in planned, coordinated evil.
Whatever it is, and I cannot yet find myself tipping over into the multi-dimensional reptilian world explanations of some, it exists, it is growing and it is becoming more transparent as the decay of “Western” moral and ethical values, of religious purity and of goodness itself loosens its restraints and heralds the collapse of our civilization.
This is a strange world for me, an enlightenment rationalist, but there is far too much evidence of the non-randomness of events past and those now unfolding to not change my perceptions of reality. As “Lord” Keynes once said, “when my information changes, I change my opinion. What do you do, Sir?” Anyone who seeks truth will find the landscape of reality changing dramatically as the information being digested changes before it.
We live in very, very scary times.
Satanic Temple to distribute materials to school children in Florida — RT USA
The Satanic Temple has announced that it will provide pamphlets on Satanism to students in Florida, following the school board’s decision permitting the distribution of religious materials.
Among the materials that are set to be distributed are pamphlets on the philosophy, practice of Satanism, the Satanic Temple’s tenets. Also, the sect tells school children about their legal rights to choose to practice Satanism, according to the official press release.
Earlier this month, the school system made a decision to let any religious and atheist materials be provided in schools.
The Temple said that although it does not agree with the school board’s decision to allow religious materials in schools, it will continue “to ensure that pluralism is respected whenever the Church/State division is breached.”
Temple spokesperson Lucien Greaves explains: “We think the responsible thing to do is to ensure that these students are given access to a variety of differing religious opinions, as opposed to standing idly by while one religious voice dominates the discourse and delivers propaganda to youth.”
“I am quite certain that all of the children in these Florida schools are already aware of the Christian religion and its Bible, and this might be the first exposure these children have to the actual practice of Satanism. We think many students will be very curious to see what we offer,” Greaves added.
The Satanic Temple came into the media spotlight after announcing it is going to erect a seven-foot Baphomet statue next to a Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol. It also unveiled plans to build a chapel in Detroit.
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God | UK news
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, with Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner of Reform Judaism and Imam Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra at a human rights vigil outside Westminster Abbey. Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Reuters
The archbishop of Canterbury has admitted to having doubts about the existence of God and disclosed that, on a recent morning jog with his dog, he questioned why the Almighty had failed to intervene to prevent an injustice.