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Why Ridiculous Official Propaganda Still Works – CJ Hopkins

http://www.counterpunch.org/2017/01/13/why-ridiculous-official-propaganda-still-works/ Click on the above link for this interesting article on http://www.counterpunch.org Hat tip to Charles Eisenstein for showing us this. We are going to go with the same excerpt Charles chose:- ‘The point is to draw a Maginot line, … Continue reading

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Disorderly Conduct – Charles Eisenstein

http://charleseisenstein.net/disorderly-conduct/ Magnificent piece by Charles Eisenstein.¬†Charles transmutes a painful personal experience into a beautiful exposition of the cultural and psychological issues it raises:- ‘the presumption that legally constituted authority should decide what is an acceptable level of safety for oneself … Continue reading

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