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How many…?

Posted in Accountability, Awareness, Behaviour, Democracy, Financial crisis, Government, politics, Power, self-managed, Society on 19/10/2013 by Living out of Eden

INTERNET1000

Hi,

I opened this group in Facebook (“The 10% Tipping Point”), as an “awareness-meter”.

The aim was to make the easiest way to get a notion of how many of us are aware and awaken, but mainly, how near/far we are of the 10% Tipping Point, which according to scientists, would trigger the so-long-overdued social chain reaction.

It’s not a page, so you cannot just “Like” it, but you can ask for an invitation.

Once you’ve been counted in, please feel free to add any of your friends/contacts you think are aware too.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/588418817883431/

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What all Governments want

Posted in Behaviour, Crisis, Democracy, Economy, Financial crisis, Government, Logic, politics, Power, Society on 20/07/2013 by Living out of Eden

Candyman

Posted in Behaviour, Crisis, Culture, current events, Financial crisis, Government, politics, Power, Society, Violence on 03/07/2013 by Living out of Eden

And all the children, he warns ”don’t tell,”
Those threats are sold
With their guilt and shame they think they’re to blame
For candyman – oh candyman

 

Purposes

Posted in Behaviour, Culture, current events, Democracy, Economy, Financial crisis, politics, Power, Revolution, Society with tags , , on 28/12/2012 by Living out of Eden

New Year is near (haha, sounds nice…).

Time to frame resolutions.

You might not achieve your resolutions, but if you don’t even think about them, where to focus your energy, to spend your efforts, forget it, you’ll never get there by chance.

So, what’s our purpose in life?

We can have the mystical approach and think that we are part of Nature, of Life as a universal force, that has no owner but God (ok, I’ll give you that one), that we are just a tiny grain of sand in a giant and magnificent dune. That we share that genetic code together with the rest of the Universe, being it minerals, plants or animals.

But the thing is that I would like to ask you a question:

Would you resign so easily your life, if you were told that it’s not Nature or the Universe you’re contributing to, but the huge, immense bank accounts of a few, instead? Even the most basic structures in Nature, struggle for the survival of the species and not the individuals. We are the only species on Earth, that have perverted this principle. Contain your rage, we are coming to a very special time of the year… Let’s give it a second (and calmer) thought.

I’m quite happy with my two purposes for 2013, one personal, the other social:

1.- Keep it simple, and starting to achieve my purpose, that’s it.

2.- I’ll rather live fighting than die acquiescing. And now, again, back to purpose 1.

I have a gift for you, although many of you might have probably seen it already.

THIS IS WHAT OUR LIVES ARE ABOUT:

Do you need it to be sent to you by fax?

Posted in Crisis, current events, Economy, Financial crisis, Macro-economy, Power with tags , , on 02/12/2012 by Living out of Eden

There’s a new governor in the Bank of England (yes, the same central bank that was pointed at, by the Head of the Barclays as instructing them to cheat on the Libor affair by the middle of the year), and guess what?

Bull’s eye!!! The man comes from “The Bank” (you know, Godman Sucks). And there’s more, he’s a Canadian, so he would not care about the country, if to impose unpopular measures.

How many more hints do we need to become aware this is a chess board and they are spreading their pieces to make us surrender?

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/27/business/global/canadian-to-lead-bank-of-england.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

http://www.economist.com/blogs/schumpeter/2012/11/bank-englands-new-governor

World economy collapse, explained in less than 3 minutes.

Posted in Crisis, current events, Financial crisis, Macro-economy, politics, Society with tags , , , , on 14/11/2012 by Living out of Eden

Elections in the U.S.A.

Posted in Crisis, current events, Democracy, Financial crisis, Government, politics, Society with tags , , , on 06/11/2012 by Living out of Eden

What about Indi?

The incomprehensible triumph of the vote:

If Romney wins, then Obama wins, and Goldman Sachs wins, and the Establishment wins. Even Harrison Ford might win.

But beware!!! On the contrary, if Obama wins, then Romney wins, and Goldman Sachs wins, and the Establishment wins. And of course, again, even Harrison Ford could win.

You see? How vital it is that you cast your vote?