Friday, January 28, 2011

Mass hypnosis

Here's the formula. Decide on world policy, place each major country with your people programmed to deliver it, and watch the carnage from a distance. Obama's latest speech confirmed every aspect of this, the empty emotionless tone, full of predictable empty words told me he is not thinking and aware of much of it, but just told to recite a prepared speech in order to have a very good life after he retires from office. Around the world other leaders in the UK and Australia have already given almost identical speeches regardless of party or official policies, which should not actually happen if each is voted in independently to carry out the wishes of its own voters.

Instead we have the same plans imposed worldwide, one country at a time, regardless of who voted for what, meaning the rules have been planned in advance and whatever we choose within the major parties the people have been hijacked by the same source. This is no longer a theory or a projection, but now a reality. If he spends the US pot on 'clean energy' that's another country heading the way of Zimbabwe, and the land of the free will become the land of the broke. Let's hope now the shit has truly hit the fan a few people will suddenly realise and rise against it.

I've been a hypnotherapist some time now, and if you see someone in a trance mindlessly parroting someone else's material, that's Obama, Gillard, Cameron, Bang-Ki Moon, and all the rest of the buggers who make the orders for us ordinary people, speak from a single voice. That's programming, the empty eyes and faces of them all, Ed Miliband the Tony Blair graft, cut from the rib and grown in a petri dish. All cells and no heart or mind. They all seem like they're on morphine and answer like machines whenever questioned. And since when has radiation been clean I wonder? Possibly in Obama's own dimension it us but when he brings it into ours even his body will suffer the same effects if exposed to it. This man has now said CO2 is a pollutant, radiation is clean and he's the fucking president of the world's most powerful country? If you don't stand up and fight as a result then you are as programmed as them.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Being too clever

Of course putting your life out there for all to see opens it up to full scrutiny, and of course judgement. However unless someone's actually hurt someone else then what's to judge? If people have problems they're suffering already so judging them as well just adds to it. Enough said.

Back to my reality. Not having a life is not actually a crime, and I share it here partly not to share it with people directly as I know they have to listen and readers can simply stop. You do have a choice unlike poor sods on the phone who can't keep inventing doorbells ('don't worry, I'll wait'), meals ('carry on eating, I'll be OK'), places to go ('OK, I'll go in a minute...') etc. You can't hold it in, and however bad it sounds it isn't. Other than that I'm learning loads of spiritual practice and philosophy, and even these little trials are sent partly to learn about them. Once you master any new situation it's off the problem list. I suspect I'm reaching the PhD end of the problems, ones so tough if I can crack that then I can crack anything. At almost 51 it's about bloody time as well thank you. I'm on Facebook standing up to the professional scientists responsible for your taxes and mine being raised to levels last seen in the feudal system, and despite nothing beyond O level science believe my logic can beat their maths any day. In the end intuition and logic win over everything, I noted yesterday that their behaviour told me instead of computers becoming so intelligent they could start thinking, intelligent people are getting so good at science they're stopping thinking and people are becoming like computers and not vice versa.

Once all loose ends are tied up I'm dropping that mission. I've fired all barrels at them and unless one or two who haven't commented actually challenge any of their own concepts as a result all I see are 'It's already settled, why are you wasting everyone's time?'. All I can say is it's better than wasting everyone's money. At least it's isolated my intuition, I had no scientific reasons for doubting global warming, but after a short time the reports I read conflicted with what I expected to follow. Guesses were getting further into the future, old ones were being altered, etc etc, and soon realised if they weren't right they had to be wrong. There is no grey area here. As you can't prove a negative, they have to prove their case and no one needs to try and disprove it, but the way they operate if you can't at least show they've got it wrong somehow they stand firm, so I scour for hundreds of studies, any of which could pull a few foundations from their case if true even if the rest proved 'discredited' as they claim all are. By professional scientists who disagree with them. It doesn't say much about their field if it's so easy for their colleagues to get it wrong, there shouldn't be the scope for it if you're so sure of your area it is used to make world policies.

I reckon these scenarios are here to teach everyone involved. If you have a bug to be fixed, you need something to raise it to the surface. Judgement is a pretty heavy bug to carry, and one which spreads around you like the shadow of a huge storm cloud across the sun. It covers up all your other qualities, as however clever, funny or caring you are, once you pass judgement all of those are gone. And just pointing out other people's problems doesn't make me judgemental, as we all have them, and only improve by discovering them and hopefully fixing them when we do. As I seem to have reached the toughest ones I am doing what I can to fix the final bugs I discovered in myself, but don't see that willingness in everyone who keeps reminding me I should to do the same for their own. I saw them long ago but wasn't my place or business to point them out unless they were aimed at me directly. I give the benefit of the doubt as well but as my intuition spots them before I do it is rarely wrong and see whatever I suspected is nearly always proved correct. I don't expect anyone to change though as people rarely do, but at least accept the observation and keep being judgemental, uncaring, undiplomatic, tactless, whatever, but at least know you're doing it and either revel in it and carry on or decide it's not getting you anywhere and learn to let it go. At least I am able to do that. Spock Out.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Time off

It's hard to blog when you've got a visitor staying with you, my ex was kicked out of where she was staying last week and been here on and off ever since, which is more a responsibility than anything else but mops up a bit of time when I'm not actually alone in the house for a change. I'll appreciate the freedom more afterwards as well. Otherwise it's been raining most of the time and into week 4 uploading photos to Geograph, I hit 1000 yesterday since Christmas Eve and is really addictive.

No other plans or ideas as such, just looking forward to my freedom and a few photo trips set up for when the clocks go forward. I've also spent a couple of weeks trying to sow a few seeds of doubt on a scientific global warming propaganda site, and gave up as they are no less certain the climate is already affected by us as the sun rising. What a bunch of narrow minded dogmatic idiots. The world is being wrecked by policies to save the climate from fuck all and destroying civilisation from every angle. I've done my best and can only hope now someone else better informed and connected can take over as I won't be able to get through to them. I no longer care about trying though as I've done all I could and now know I've done my total best. None of the new data that arises has any effect, they just say 'it's been discredited'. No, theirs has and is still used regardless. Not my job any more.

Politically however why anyone besides one who has developed the equivalent of Stockholm Syndrome through religion or oppression would want an authoritarian government restricting their every move god alone knows. Governments are there to serve and protect, telling people when and where they can travel is totalitarian and completely immoral, and these wankers are choosing to vote for them over and over again. They will cry as loud as everyone else when the power cuts arrive and their grandparents die of cold, but they asked for it. People can be so thick and deluded that nothing gets through until rock bottom, just like alcoholics. This is a worldwide political disaster and can only either win or lose and with nothing like it before can't see a thing ahead, like the IPCC if they'd be honest about it.

So just taking each day as it comes at the moment, I haven't had too much time to stop and think and have plenty of housework to do next as well as finish my paintings and a few more jobs delayed by having a visitor. It makes a change but ideally would like to choose the person as well.

Thursday, January 06, 2011

2011 plans

The first story is one which is literally a casualty of global warming. Divide and rule is how the totalitarians work, Hitler being the best example. Make some people hate others for an invented reason and it actually works. This guy is a nuclear physicist I've known for 45 years, rediscovered on Facebook and have now been dropped as a friend as I refused to accept his superior knowledge on global warming as I have something else called common sense. That wins every single argument and no PhD or lifetime of published work can beat that. My sociology marks doubled when I realised the ego of the writers made them try and create the impression their theory explained everything. People still do the same in counselling while in fact the insiders will tell you the easiest way to cause harm as a therapist is to stick to one theory regardless. No discretion means no thought. If you simply direct people or make mistakes they will see and walk out most of the time or correct you, but use someone else's work without any discretion and you can't actually adapt to reality.
Now of course this person revealed a hitherto unknown mean streak, which he aimed at every single person who disagreed with him, as of course he knew better. So who lost, him or me?

Otherwise I am mystified about if I'll end up totally alone in the future as I'm not about to revive my dating antics at nearly 51 for a woman who prefers entertainment and gifts to a person. That's not something I was ever that keen on for long, it's the person I like being with and doesn't really bother me where else we go as if you ever manage to live with someone you spend more time in than out and if you don't like being with them then it's not worth getting that far if they get bored with you when you stop taking them dancing and dining etc. No bloody thanks. There must be women around who are fed up with all that as well and just want to settle down directly, maybe that'll be the theme of any advertising as it's one way to deliver the message. I've only met two women successfully from a good few solid years of advertising so not expecting that to deliver much whatever I write to try and improve my chances. Speed dating is a new innovation and if I discover one local rather than in London where not only can I get there but stand a chance of meeting someone nearby that's the other chance. Plus if they had singles bars here things would be a lot easier but the British would do what they did at the discos I went to as a teenager where all the men and women lined up on opposite sides of the room. The organised scene is very small and specialised, and tends to attract a hard core and once you've been a few times realise there are only a small group of people locally who basically go to everything and most are still older than me after 20 years of going to them after graduating from the synagogue discos.

So that's probably the most pressing project this new year, the media takes care of itself and tend to write an article in a few hours without a pause once I get an idea. If even half are published that'll keep building slowly and anything else comes to me from enquiries when someone is making a new programme. I have a couple of other things on the system I won't bother with unless they happen, but quite profitable if they do. I would like to do some sort of lecturing eventually, I do know that I can answer many people's questions and no doubt will discover what I can and can't answer once I begin. I think that needed decades of learning myself and seems to have ripened now so I'd feel capable of handling it. Most people's questions boil down to the same handful of problems which has always limited the amount of thought required as the same things tend to repeat themselves and the answers never change. Currently most people only trust people in their own professional field for answers, but part of my work is to teach people they can know literally anything. Being qualified isn't everything as I've caught many out myself or seen by others and if you know much about their job realise how many mistakes are made by those we are meant to trust. Most are because no one is infallible but expected to be, while a small group are deliberate to collect more money. Either way a good mind will beat anything else as many geniuses have been both self taught and experts in many other professions besides their own, true polymaths. Once you've tested yourself a few times you will soon discover what is reliable and can stick with, and no one can ever tell me that removing CO2 from the atmosphere will help the planet, except we can't really do it anyhow.

So there is a plan, and to complete the circle anyone who treats me or anyone else badly is doing it to themselves as it is their loss and their bad form. I would prefer to know someone who is rotten in the centre so I don't waste my own time on them any more, so if they show themselves up that's one less around. Again it's intuition, once you see the alarm bells no matter how many times someone appears to redeem themselves that has been revealed and is part of them which is never going to go unless they undergo an epiphany of sorts, which is the exception to the rule. One such fellow genuinely threatened to kill me after turning nasty a few years after I got to know him. That of course is the worst possible level but maliciousness is maliciousness and all mean that person is going to turn on you sooner or later. But one thing I do know, if they dump me someone else will be next, as it's in them not me.

Sunday, January 02, 2011

Two fingers to 2011, three to 2010

2011, it's only a number mind you but maybe it will help organise my mind here. I've just been accused for however many times it is of knowing nothing about science, while in fact what they are telling me is the climatologists whose work I am daring to share as the media prefer not to know nothing about science. Now what makes one scientist better than another and qualified to say so? I know that one, nothing. They are wasting their energy and my money.

I had the usual people over for new year, with such competition I always ask a few more but they have their preferred venues so with my birthday a month later some come then instead, and one at least is on their way even sooner. I have no new (or even old really) projects for 2011, I'll keep taking photos and see if I can get to many new places after 5 years digital, and overcome the energy barrier of an hour's distance from home which kicked in with the virus in 2005 which knocked me back for two years. Photography was the one thing that got me out again and thank goodness for that, and may help even further in the future.
I will reply that there's no difference between the internet and the real world though, having had that pointed out yesterday. People are the same whether met on screen or in person, and many are now both anyhow so no difference at all. We nearly all had pen friends in the past, some we met, some we didn't, but were just as real and important as any others. This is only a wider version of it and only as most people online are thousands of miles away it's very hard to meet as many as we did in the old days. Of course everything in moderation, and nothing should take over our lives and if I had no other life I'd have nothing to blog about. And of course you have to spend time on the internet to go on and complain about others doing so. Just look in a mirror in future.

One thing I do know, none of us are going to change. If we kept this going another 30 years we'd probably learn a few new things and drop a few old ones as we all do sooner or later, but few by design and mainly by natural evolution. We seem truly elastic, you can pull someone way out from normal in any direction but they spring back pretty quickly, I think the DNA wins every time.