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Indefinite Detention Of Americans Survives House Vote

A longtime regular of this website, known by his handle Diogenes of Arkansas, gave me permission to upload an interesting mail he'd sent me over the weekend. I'm responsible for the editing of the original text into the HTML format.


Hi Yu,

THIS, of course, is treason, but it goes leagues beyond treason. This is simply a small clue to something that is unprecedented in all of recorded history, but for the most part, hidden in plain sight. Not that there weren't dictators and monsters in charge of large masses of human beings and real estate in the past, capable of gigantic waves of genocide or enslavement or both, but the global scale of this program is what has never happened in all of history. What I'm about to describe is happening in ALL modern societies, and most people seem oblivious to it.

This occurred last month, but it is still relevant to what I posted to you the other day, which was only the uppermost tip of a very cold and gigantic iceberg. You and I won't live to feel the full effects of the big plan, which is openly spelled out in the U.N. program known as Agenda 21. In it, ALL life, and especially human life, is to be totally and completely controlled. This invisible (Because no media organ, Left, Right, Mainstream, or nearly all "Alternatives" is reporting this) program of enslavement--agreed to by nearly every country in the U.N.--is going full speed ahead. We have to recognize that this program is extremely long-term, generational, and hidden by gradualism, the goal of which is the total enslavement of the entire planet. There will be those few at the top, and the many at the bottom of the pyramid. All historical dictators and emperors--from Emperor Chin to Napoleon or Mussolini--dreamed of this final goal, but failed...until now.

Murder of Kissinger's "useless eaters" will be the order of the day. (This is being implemented right now with GMO food, vaccines, prescription drugs, chemtrails, and invisible to the eye technologies that poison human beings under the cover of cancer, heart attacks, and other conventionally known illnesses. It's a work in progress as it gets refined and/or implemented against the state's enemies--most other living breathing humans. In this country, we (the enemies of the state) can expect to be turned into dust with the DEW that Dr. Wood proved in her research. ALL American addresses are now GPS tagged, which is a military targeting technology. As my old man used to say as he was croaking: Here today, gone tomorrow!" Poof! This program was fully described in Leonard C. Lewin's '70s, fictional book "Triage.")

The big plan requires that ALL humans MUST be herded off the land, and moved into 21st century ideal cities, where everything is controlled--no cars, limited movement within this open prison, and all in the name of the new goddess called GAIA--the new earth religion, coined by that insane Brit. James Lovelock, who, in one of his books that I read, openly stated that (and I paraphrase here) "Radio-active waste is so safe that I would welcome having a brick of it underneath my bed to keep me warm during the cold days of winter. This was said in his argument that fossil fuels were more dangerous to the planet than atomic power. Whose to say which mental institution is suitable for such a madman, yet, he has the full Leftist/Green crowd totally in his control. Dr. Judy Wood's research shows that the control of the weather is total, hence, we see the emergence of Hurricane Erin--a storm that was created and as large and dangerous as the one that leveled New Orleans (also likely created and steered to its final location), but the totally controlled media in all forms ignored it. Thus, we have the fake monster of global warming/climate change to frighten people into submission. "Control of the weather by the U.S. Air Force? Are you insane?" But search the net with the terms "Owning the Weather by 2025" and see what pops up from 1996. Most people don't read, so they can't know what, in this case, Lovelock really says in print. I read. I know. I read all of them, but no one will listen to me. Reading is pointless, an exercise in futility. Yet, we, for example, in the U.S., are in the midst of a an ongoing series of unprecedented weather events that are more than likely being used to convince people of the fake Al Gore BIG LIE, that WE are the cause of these military created events--whose to say that China and Russia aren't in on this? Who can we trust? Even uttering such ideas makes one sound like an escapee from a high security mental institution! THIS...is what I feel like.

Agenda 21, of which Japan is signatory, requires that human beings will be herded from the country into "managed cities," where they will be under absolute totalitarian control. The words treason, evil, and other adjectives can't capture the pernicious sentiment of this insanity. While you and I may know of this global evil, your sons, neighbors, and most fools in Japan and on the planet are ignorant of it. And worse, even if you presented this to them in a lecture, presented with proof and evidence, most people wouldn't see it as being relevant to themselves. In other words, the dumbing down of the global public, a program that has been going on for over 100 years, has been a total success.

Imagine being in your little cubicle and turning on a 100 watt light. In seconds, the phone rings. It's your power company bleating that they have discovered that you are using an illegal light bulb (It should be a poisonous and toxic and/or ineffective light producing bulb instead.), and demand that you turn off your illegal product, or they will cut off your power--all of which can be done remotely with the introduction of smart meters. Yes, the surveillance society is so large that even your power usage is being monitored, unless you move to the country and have candles and/or solar panels for your light source. The power company will know when you are home, what devices you use and when, and will be creating a profile of which Big Brother will have total access to your privately/corporate-generated files. It's already happened here. A power company gave the police--without a legally required warrant--all the power usage of some fools that were connected to smart meters and were growing dope. The key note here is NO WARRANT. This is a total violation of the American constitution, but let's be realistic, we are ALL living in a totally lawless society (ies). Who's going to stop them? Who are these politicians? Are they aliens from outer space? If they have children, they must hate them with a vengeance? What human being would submit their children to such evil? Only psychopaths or space aliens--beings or inter-species predators that are incapable of guilt or shame or are without a conscience.

I could go on, but it would be more manure to pile on an already over fertilized pile of dung.

This is the emerging world in which not you nor I will fully witness. Like a bad fart, we are only getting some of the nasty fumes for now, but it's from a known source. It is with the greatest of luck that we are both very old and will soon die, so that we can't know and feel the experience of total helplessness, like flies caught in a spider's web, waiting for the fatal bite that may or may not come today.

Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano describes the fate of those who have already lived this miracle in Latin America.

The Nobodies

Fleas dream of buying themselves a dog, and nobodies dream
of escaping poverty: that one magical day good luck will
suddenly rain down on them - will rain down in buckets. But
good luck doesn't even fall in a fine drizzle, no matter
how hard the nobodies summon it, even if their left hand is
tickling, or if they begin the new day with their right foot, or
start the new year with a change of brooms.
The nobodies: nobody's children, owners of nothing. The
nobodies: the no ones, the nobodied, running like rabbits,
dying through life, screwed every which way.
Who don't speak languages, but dialects.
Who don't have religions, but superstitions.
Who don't create art, but handicrafts.
Who don't have culture, but folklore.
Who are not human beings, but human resources.
Who do not have names, but numbers.
Who do not appear in the history of the world, but in the
police blotter of the local paper.
The nobodies, who are not worth the bullet that kills them

RT


[POSTSCRIPT]

For those who have the motivation to confirm or deny the evidence I'm quoting, let me add a list of sites that I've collected for a while that are actively implementing this right now, or are exposing this evil plan. This is hardly an exhaustive list, of course.

ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability

This is an organization dedicated to implementing Agenda 21 on a local level. You can search their site to see which cities are involved in this devious program(s). It's all hidden under the guise of "sustainable development." Also, beware of any designation of a city, region, or even residence that is declared to be a "heritage" or designated a "U.N. World Heritage" site. This designation removes the control of that property from local to state, federal, or U.N. control. This is part of the gradualism program, which will eventually lead to most land and buildings being state controlled--aka communism. The key thought to remember are the words: gradualism and generationalism. This is a very long term plan, transitioning within one family generation to the next. While this seems incredible, the evidence shows it's a fact. The Bush and Rockefeller families are classic examples of inter-generationalism, as well as the different "Royal" families around the world. Also, it's key to note the definition of Fabian Socialism, a concept that grew out of the late 19th century. This concept grew from the British Fabian Society. It recognized the the Soviet and Chinese models of totalitarianism (which emerged afterwards) were doomed to failure because of the necessary brutality needed to enforce it. This Fabian idea was that you have to get the masses very gradually conditioned to love their servitude, which is what Huxley noted was necessary in his book Brave New World. Television and cell phone technology are the new Soma drugs for the young and old.

New American

This is an article on the first American state to ban Agenda 21. It's quite a feat of getting their politicians informed, first, and second, not seeing all of them being bribed to keep this program in place. This is a long but definitive series of articles on Agenda 21 and some of the biggest players behind the scenes. Well worth reading.
- Part 1
- Part 2
- Part 3

Video by Red Ice radio on the COP 15 conference (UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen 2009)

This covers the agenda that is behind the public face of "We are causing Global Warming/Climate change, not the American Air Force and their "Owning the Weather by 2025" or the natural changes that have occurred over millions of years aka the ice ages.

Ice Age NOW

Speaking of ice ages, this guy is documenting the real weather patterns. It's actually getting colder and glaciers are growing, no longer shrinking as the were.

Red Ice exposure interview piece

Note humanity's nemesis is on this page, Mr. Gaia himself.

Green Feudalism

This one exposes some of the "royals" that are openly advocating Agenda 21-like actions. The queen's hubby is quoted as saying that he'd "...like to return as a virus to kill off humanity." What a nice thought, especially since you're already dead. Of course, all those nuclear power plants will be left running without controls, so the rest of the planet will be radiated to death, but no worries, eh? Haven't "we" already transitioned to another region in the galaxy?

Report from Iron Mountain

This is a piece on Leonard Lewin's book, "The Report from Iron Mountain," on the necessity for perpetual warfare to keep the economy robust. Lewin is the one I mentioned that wrote "Triage."

Yupfarming

This gets into the nitty gritty of Agenda 21 and farming and other hot topics related to AG 21.

The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America

This is the website of Charlotte Iserbyte, a woman that for the last 50 or 60 years has exposed the public school system as an anti-intellectual, dumbing down system of brainwashing, leading to what we see today--the land of the turned off, tuned out, and passive cattle awaiting their own slaughter, totally incapable of rational thought or reasoning.

American Deception.com

This is a site run by Iserybte's son, which outlines how this creeping totalitarianism is both global and reinforced by the two or three sides that we all thought were enemies, you know, Orwell's Oceania & Eurasia vs. Eastasia today, then Eastasia vs. Oceania & Eurasia the next.

Freedom Advocates

This is a site dedicated to Agenda 21 exposure and reports on it being implemented by criminal politicians.

GlobalResearch

This is on the little known story of the secret seed vault that Bill Gates has created, where ALL seeds of all plants will be stored. This is part of the Agenda 21 program, but for the rich insiders. They get the proper food that isn't GMO, and the rest of the plebeians and slaves get the stuff that has a built-in self-destruct gene to kill us off when we are deemed useless.

Movie "Zeitgeist"

This video covers part of the big picture. However, beware of the following Zeitgeist II or any other follow-up films with Zeitgeist in the name. They get into advocacy of a fantasy world that is a perfect fit for Agenda 21 but doesn't mention the name.

Sweden Goes Cashless

It's absolutely fundamental that if there's to be a one world government and society--the ultimate goal of Agenda 21--individual currencies must be eliminated. Sweden is the first domino to fall. It has gone to a totally cashless society--Sweden the socialist paradise for some. They are the first Western European country to do so. Think of the implications of this. Literally, every financial transaction will be recorded by the state or its minions--the banks. No longer can I buy something from my neighbor with cash. No, I have to get a cash card, and he and I have to transact what used to be a private transaction and make it public. This is part of the total control regime that is emerging--TOTAL, ABSOLUTE CONTROL, brother, TOTAL and if unchecked, ABSOLUTE. There is a point when it will be impossible to stop this thing, but we aren't there yet, but it is relentless in its march forward.

The Cashless Society Arrives in Africa

And we now read the second domino has fallen with Nigeria going cashless, with the benign help of Mastercard.

And while I don't have the link handy, companies like Walmart and McDonald's are paying some of their employees with cash cards. The problem noted was that to get your cash, you must pay a fee to the cash card company, even if you remove all your money at one time, it still charges the holder $1.50.

Then, there is TigerDirect, a company that I used to purchase computer parts from. It used to be that if you bought a part with a discount in the form of a refund, you were sent a check. Now, they send a cash card that is only good at certain places that accept American Express. Of course, this card that they sent to me is for a fixed amount, so my chance of getting the full amount out of the card are slim to none. But wait, there's more. On the back it reads as follows: SUBJECT TO APPLICABLE LAW A $2.00 MONTHLY FEE WILL BE ASSESSED AGAINST CARD BALANCE STARTING 5 MONTHS AFTER CARD ISSUANCE. FUNDS DO NOT EXPIRE. (What? They don't expire? If I wait long enough, the monthly fee will eat up the entire amount of the card!! I'm supposed to either not read this or invoke double-think.) There are more restrictions.

No ATM use. Use at U.S. merchants that accept American Express Cards. Additional limitations apply. See Cardholder Agreement. This Card is provided pursuant to a reward, loyalty, or promotional program. (This is not how it's shown when you buy their product. It says the words "rebate" not cash card.) These are some of the prongs of the gigantic Juggernaut that is trampling everyone underneath it's massive weight. There's no stopping this thing, at least it appears that way for now. ·

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Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Monday, July 08 2013 @ 12:42 AM JST

Thanks, Diogenes, for your permission to post this informative and alarming piece in my website. I might have written it myself had it not been for the all-out war I'm waging against the city hall.

I keep telling myself: "What good would it do to reveal 'the big plan' when I am bogged down in a lone battle against the small-time thieves in the tax-collecting department of the municipal office?" (Only) in that context, I don't care too much about Agenda 21 the UNCED has been promoting in the last two decades.

I'm in the dark about what's going on in the U.S. But just for your information, some weeks ago Japan’s Mt. Fuji was granted the U.N. World Heritage status after the longtime efforts of lobbying for it. You can’t imagine how the news instantly sent the 127-million apes in the state of ecstasy.

In the last one-and-a-half century, they have shown a burning desire for international recognition. 72 years ago, they were ecstasized by the spectacular success of the Pearl Harbor attack. They didn’t care if the war they started was unwinnable because the real purpose of the self-destructive exercise was to attract international attention. Soon after the Japanese hit the U.S. Pacific Fleet of obsolete vessels, soon to be decommissioned, from San Diego to Hawaii, Japan’s prominent literary figure Sei Ito wrote that he felt “as if in one stroke I had become a new man.” (Translation by Ian Buruma.) To the same end, Fat Man and Little Boy are still deeply appreciated here, despite the fact the bombs vicariously claimed the hundreds of thousands of lives of Emperor's subjects.

Two years ago, they were in euphoria over the windfall success in attracting international attention thanks to the gigantic earthquake, tsunami and subsequent meltdown of the nuclear reactors. And now Mt. Fuji does it.

This may be a bad news. But the good news is: it goes without saying that where there are no such dupes, any fraudulent attempt will never succeed. In other words, all these voluntary victims deserve the suffering.

I hope you keep posting intriguing pieces like this one here because now I can't be a prolific blogger as I used to be.

Yu Yamamoto
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Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Monday, July 08 2013 @ 05:51 AM JST

This is to add to my earlier comment.

As I said, I know very little about the contemporary Americans except they are getting closer en masse to apes very quickly. It's inconceivable that those who are suspected to attempt to manipulate and control ordinary Americans to their interests are exceptions. They are also degenerating so quickly that now they are unable to carry through their "big plan."

In 1899 American poet William Hughes Mearns wrote a poem titled Antigonish. It goes like this:
Yesterday, upon the stair
I met a man who wasn’t there
He wasn’t there again today
I wish, I wish he’d go away...

When I came home last night at three
The man was waiting there for me
But when I looked around the hall
I couldn’t see him there at all!
Go away, go away, don’t you come back any more!
Go away, go away, and please don’t slam the door... (slam!)

Last night I saw upon the stair
A little man who wasn’t there
He wasn’t there again today
Oh, how I wish he’d go away

Maybe this isn't as profound as Eduardo Galeano's The Nobodies, but it seems the two poets are getting at the same sense of despair over humanity which is constantly degenerating.


Yu Yamamoto
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Authored by: samwidge on Monday, July 08 2013 @ 02:37 PM JST

"Mad Magazine's" Alfred E Newman said it best, "What? Me worry?"

I agree with the we're-all-doomed crowd. There is really is nothing we can do. I don't worry.

I don't worry but I just commend my friends to better things in the next life whatever that may be.

A friend of mine was murdered by environmental extremists working with our federal Environmental Protection Agency. Nothing was done to prevent subsequent killings.

I was only 60-miles away when government agents killed a dog, a child and the child's mother at Ruby Ridge. At issue issue was the concern that the head of the family might be a separatist. Government mistakenly presumed that any separatist was also a racist and then government mistakenly presumed that racism was illegal. And then government mistakenly presumed that anyone who wanted to live separate from society was a danger to that society. The killers were not punished and nothing was done to prevent subsequent killings.

Correct interpretation of law was never of interest to government officers.

You and I are like houseflies cruising above all this rotting flesh and seeing little with our many-faceted eyes. The decay beneath our wings is only food and places to lay our eggs.

We really are all doomed. Christian literature acknowledges this. I suppose that Buddha says the same. I think that the Hindi agree. Atheists are struggling alone with this sad fact. They don't need us though they seem as happy as anybody else.

Get what happiness you can.
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Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Tuesday, July 09 2013 @ 06:44 AM JST

I'm nothing but a humble blogger who likes to see intellectual (i.e. dialectical) exchanges of words going on in his website. So I'm not in the position to defend the author of this article against anyone else. Yet I don't think it's very fair to regard him as one of those doomsayers or crisis-mongers.

I'm still working on Part 2 of my essay on creative evolution and dialectic. Although the progress is frustratingly slow for many reasons, my conviction is unwavering that if you remain the same person as you were yesterday, you are actually degenerating, and the only way to change yourself is through a dialectical process.

Let me reiterate the rules and manners to be observed in dialectical interchange.

1. Take serious arguments seriously.
2. Pay due respect to those who know what you don’t, or who do what you can’t.
3. Always subject yourself to “the pain of study,” as Wynton Marsalis always suggests, in order to catch up with or overtake people ahead of you.

There's nothing special in this code of conduct, but if you shrug it off as a mere banality, I'm afraid you have chosen the surest way to degeneration.

I have great difficulty understanding your casual statement: "We are all doomed."
My question No. 1: Who are this WE we are talking about? Ones who are enjoying their post-retirement lives, or ones who are dying in dire poverty?

Question No. 2: How did you know Gautama Buddha subscribed to that idea? By any chance, are you not mixing up the two different ideas, Karma and Samsara? Karma means an endless chain of cause and effect, whereas Samsara means the endless cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth. Either doctrine has nothing to do with the cultist-like idea that we are all doomed.

It is true THE Buddha subscribed to either Karma or Samsara, or both. But as I told in my essay about the Heart Sutra, his ontology has more to do with something else. Too bold an interpretation though it may seem, it's centered around creative evolution of mankind.

Like Rupert Sheldrake and Henri Bergson, he talked a lot about the presence/absence of the past and the presence/absence of the future. More importantly he talked about the absence of the present when he said, "Form is emptiness." And when he added, "Emptiness is form," he must have wanted to say that the very absence of the present is the only source of man's creativity and spontaneity.

In this context I believe THE Buddha is one of the greatest role models for anyone who wants to practice dialectic.

Yu Yamamoto
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Authored by: samwidge on Tuesday, July 09 2013 @ 10:10 AM JST

The concept of "We're all doomed" comes in humor from a television cartoon show of the late 1960s. I believe that it played in Japan as well as here in the U.S. The statement is interesting because, like much in comedy, there is a certain truth to it; No matter how skilled or rich you are, your highest hopes will evade you. "We" is every single thing that wishes for something better in each and every moment.

The comment describes us all when we are discouraged. In comedy, it also reminds us that there always is hope of some sort despite the apparent fact that perfection is not achieved.

In that same idea, we all like certain kinds of government but none will satisfy anyone completely. The kindest and gentlest will eventually disappoint and fail. The most rich and powerful will also eventually disappoint and fail.

Some lines in the "Rubayiat of Omar Khayyam" go this way,

Alike for those who for To-day prepare,
And those that after a To-morrow stare
A muezzin from the tower of Darkness cries,
"Fools! Your reward is neither Here nor There!"

You asked, "How did you know Gautama Buddha subscribed to that idea?" I don't but it is reasonable to suspect. After all, an endless chain of cause and effect and the endless cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth each lead us to the idea that perfection needs always to be just out of reach. The idea that we are all doomed has nothing to do with a cult but rather it reminds that everyone is sometimes discouraged.

You and I have a strong and lasting friendship despite the fact that we frequently disagree. If we invariably agreed, we would bore each other to death and find no joy in our friendship. Therefore it would seem that agreement and disagreement are about equal in their nearness to perfection.
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Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Tuesday, July 09 2013 @ 09:12 PM JST

Once again I was shocked to know the contemporary Americans are so good at jumble up everything.

Just out of curiosity, why do they think "an endless chain of cause and effect" is essentially the same thing as "the endless cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth"? Let me put my question differently: Why do they think the cause of death is life, and the cause of rebirth is death, and so on? This is more important than it looks. If we were to see some truth in this potpourri, what good would it do to discuss matters in the first place? Are we evolving forward, or we are just tailless apes?

Another thing that impressed me is they tend to mix up a serious argument over current issues with "a television cartoon of the late-1960s." I know this is what 1-billion poor insects that got trapped in a spider web set by the Zuckerberg kid are doing. Japan's notorious Waido-sho (TV wide shows) are doing the same thing around the clock everyday. But I think we are different species.

Yesterday Masao Yoshida died of esophageal cancer at the age of 58. Now we all know that if Yoshida hadn’t ignored the order to stop pumping seawater into the reactor risking not only his position as the plant manager but also his life, "Tokyo would be a no-man’s land right now." To some of us, life is not a joke.

Yu Yamamoto Masao
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Authored by: samwidge on Tuesday, July 09 2013 @ 11:45 PM JST

Perhaps your reply above is the most important thing you do on "Tokyo Free Press." You demonstrate clearly that there are many subtle but critical issues that people do not understand of each other. You point out that we ought to try.

With all due respect, I do not understand your point here. That endless cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth for an uncaring mass is just a blind ride on a conveyor belt. For the rest of us the cycle is not the same as an endless chain of cause and effect. It is the slim opportunity to expand life infinitely through the university.

Modern dialogue takes one or the other of two positions. The first and most common is that life will and should continue endlessly and pointlessly. Life just dribbles on. The other is that humanity is becoming larger and fatter but is not improving. The planet will soon be gone despite our best efforts. Without a willingness to find new avenues for all life, we really are all doomed.

I live in the second camp above but I haven't the skill to explain that life without improvement is a terrible doom. Nor have I the ability to explain that comedy can reveal more about the human reality than lofty words. We believe that more serious and valuable information can be shared through grim humor than through boring pedantry.

Unless we see the humor, sadness and the truth in "We're all doomed," our lives will be wasted. Another comic but grim and valid phrase that comes to mind here is, "Nothing so quickens a man's mind as the threat of a hanging." The end of all life is a very real and sad possibility, a universal hanging.
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Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Wednesday, July 10 2013 @ 02:00 AM JST

Frankly your rhetoric and logic are too complicated and ambiguous for this stupid blogger to comprehend. Perhaps either of us, or both, are already half-asleep because of the hard work amid the heat. But before leaving it there, let me say something about the merit of humor and some other points you brought up here.

Throughout my career I learned, especially from my counterparts and dotted-line bosses in NY, that to crack a witty joke on a timely basis will get people turned on and motivate them to learn what has to be learned. I also learned if I crack a not-too-intelligent, or not-too-charming joke at a wrong time, they will all get turned off and demotivated.

You wrote: "Perhaps your reply above is the most important thing you do on Tokyo Free Press.

Thank you for the compliment. But the sentences that followed all betrayed it.

You wrote: "You point out that we ought to try."

No, that's not what I'm doing. Many people habitually fail to take me seriously. But I couldn't care less because basically that's none of my business. Even if I were in the preaching business, I couldn't afford the time to talk them out of their habit (or second nature?) to mix up serious issues with misplaced/untimely/unintelligent/worn-out jokes.

You wrote: "With all due respect, I do not understand your point here. That endless cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth for an uncaring mass is just a blind ride on a conveyor belt. For the rest of us the cycle is not the same as an endless chain of cause and effect. It is the slim opportunity to expand life infinitely through the university."

Again I failed to understand your point here, too.

You wrote: "Modern dialogue takes one or the other of two positions. The first and most common is that life will and should continue endlessly and pointlessly. Life just dribbles on. The other is that humanity is becoming larger and fatter but is not improving. The planet will soon be gone despite our best efforts. Without a willingness to find new avenues for all life, we really are all doomed. I live in the second camp above but I haven't the skill to explain that life without improvement is a terrible doom."

Whose life are you talking about here? I don't care a bit about the fate of this planet and these faceless creatures supposedly living there. All I care about is people with faces, such as yourself. I'm a person who can't take a detached or laid-back attitude toward life.

You wrote: "Comedy can reveal more about the human reality than lofty words. We believe that more serious and valuable information can be shared through grim humor than through boring pedantry."

I know you think I've been spreading "lofty words" around and that you find my "pedantry" boring. But at least there is one American by the name of Wynton Marsalis, who in effect says, "Drop your contempt for what is beyond your comprehension, and subject yourself to the pain of study, instead."

You wrote: "Unless we see the humor, sadness and the truth in 'We're all doomed,' our lives will be wasted. Another comic but grim and valid phrase that comes to mind here is, 'Nothing so quickens a man's mind as the threat of a hanging.' The end of all life is a very real and sad possibility, a universal hanging."

Once gain, I fail to understand exactly whose life you are talking about and exactly how you define these vague words, such as "doomed" and "sad."

Maybe I'm too responsive and argumentative, but I'd like you to look once again at the way I summarized the rules and manners to be involved in dialectical interchange among us. As I wrote there, there is nothing so special, "lofty" or "pedantic."

Good night.

Yu Yamamoto
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Authored by: Diogenes on Tuesday, July 09 2013 @ 07:32 PM JST
This may be the beginnings of another country going cashless--Argentina. Remember gradualism is the key to understanding this Juggernaut.

http://buenosairesherald.com/article/135572/%E2%80%98supercard%E2%80%99-available-in-10-days

It appears that the federal government is going to go into the credit card business, competing with the banks for the fee charges. Here's the brief text in English.

The “Supercard,” a new credit card sponsored by the government to challenge private banks’ purchases commissions, will be available to obtain in no more than 10 days, according to Juan Carlos Vasco Martínez, executive director of United Supermarkets Association (ASU). “The card will be offered in stands at supermarkets, while consumers will give their information and then receive their card at their house,” Vasco Martínez explained. Coto, Cooperativa Obrera, WalMart, Carrefour and Jumbo Group, which includes Jumbo, Disco and Vea, are the supermarkets that will accept the card.
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Authored by: Diogenes on Tuesday, July 09 2013 @ 10:01 PM JST
The death of Masao Yoshida was not carried in most news outlets, but Business Insider gave his death front page coverage. http://www.businessinsider.com/masao-yoshida-fukishima-hero-dies-of-chancer-2013-7

Like the helicopter pilots that were dropping cement and other material to smother the Chernobyl nuke fire, he and they knew they were on a suicide mission. Rare human beings. Rare. They'll soon be forgotten, but the "Big Men" will get statues on horses in parks, and their mug shot on money...that is until the society goes cashless.
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Authored by: Diogenes on Thursday, July 11 2013 @ 11:48 AM JST
Just for the willing-to-listen-with-an-open-mind-crowd, this is a list of videos on Agenda 21.

This is the author of Behind the Green Mask Rosa Koire. http://www.amazon.com/BEHIND-THE-GREEN-MASK-Agenda/dp/0615494544

This is a public lecture by her.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDtCb45Lqt0

On sidebar of this youtube link, you will see numerous other talks and interviews by Koire and others. This is an open secret that is getting more and more coverage. If we don't stop this, it will be the end of private property (communism) and all the other perils I mentioned--slavery and premature death being the jokers in this stacked deck.

Speaking of communism, some people are speculating that the "fall of the Iron Curtain" by Gorby was a hoax. The backers of communism (the mega-rich if you follow the bread trail) failed with the stated goal of world communism by the sword, so now they are implementing it by stealth.