Today’s podcast is an assortment of articles I have collected over the past few months that I feel I need to address. I will be out of town for the next ten days, but I will return as soon as possible.
I do apologize that so much time has passed since I last posted a podcast. This was not my intention, but circumstances beyond my control forced me to take a hiatus. On the other hand, looking back on the past year, I needed this time to reflect on all that I had learned up to this point in my investigations.
I begin this second phase of my podcast with another book report. I came across a book called Civilized Man’s Eight Deadly Sins by Konrad Lorenz at a little bookstore in rural West Virginia. Once I finally got around to reading it, I felt I should share the ideas in this book with you. It is a short book, but very dense, so I decided to split it into two podcasts. In this first part, I cover the first three sins according to Mr. Lorenz; Overpopulation, Devastation of the Environment and Man’s Race Against Himself. I explore what I think Mr. Lorenz gets right and what he misinterprets, in my opinion.
Today’s podcast is another book report. “Lies My Teacher Told Me” by James W. Loewen is an eye-opening study of 12 high school history textbooks and how they effectively destroy any curiosity of history in the minds of their students. They do this through such techniques as information overload, authoritative tone, heroification and lies of omission, just to name a few. Today’s podcast covers just a couple of examples of how history is distorted to elicit favorable perceptions of certain historical figures and events.
It’s been a couple of months since my last podcast, so forgive me if I’m a tad bit rusty. But even though I’ve been silent on the internet airwaves, I’ve been keeping abreast of articles that I think pertain to all of us on the planet. I’ll let the articles speak for themselves.
Today’s talk is more scattershot than usual. Topics include, cellphone surveillance, fighting back against political corruption, “global warming” hoax, population control, the control of science and American communism.
China is the U.N.’s model state for the world. Such high praise comes with a steep price, though; crushing bureaucracy, rampant corporatism, poisoned air, food and water. That doesn’t sound like a great deal to me and I doubt to most Americans. But that is the reality in present day China. Over in Britain, the facade of civility continues to crack and expose the psychopathic tendencies of the ruling class. The Third Reich is alive and has a British accent. Nathaniel Rothschild has lost a libel case that exposes the inner workings of political power and finance. The details shouldn’t really surprise anyone with a functioning brain. But it’s all just coincidence, right?