Friday, July 15, 2016

The Tell-Tale Heart

Meaning in literature should be an undercurrent just beneath the surface.
--Edgar Allan Poe, inventor of the detective fiction genre

Monday, July 11, 2016

Shining a Light

My interview by Cory Morningstar at SHIFT magazine.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

A Composite Organism

Lichens are symbiotic life forms.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Good Great Important Profound

Contemporary Writers
Important or profound writers differ from good or great writers.
Glenn Greenwald and Cory Morningstar are important writers.
N. Scott Momaday and Thomas Flanagan are profound writers.
Benjamin Black and Quentin Bates are good writers.
Leslie Marmon Silko and Jean-Claude Izzo are great writers.
Important writers are consequential.
Profound writers are insightful.

Monday, June 13, 2016

New Light

Communication by cultural creatives generates synergy which leads to avant-garde projects that advance understanding and help people to see things in a new light.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

The Negro Motorist

The Negro Motorist Green-Book was published from 1936-1966 as a guide to accommodations available to Negroes traveling the highways of the United States during the Jim Crow era.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Unquestioned Faith

350 Shibboleths

The widespread unquestioned faith in 350 propaganda and the myth of 'clean energy' seems to have rendered many incapable of independent thought. Some might believe that it is a coincidence that the 350 campaigns (KXL, Divestment, and Break Free)--funded by Warren Buffett via TIDES Foundation--benefit him financially. I don't happen to be that gullible.
As for the primary thesis of the Break Free campaign, that we can become fossil free, there is no evidence whatsoever indicating that is remotely achievable without nuclear power. The fact that Bill Gates is the number one proponent of nuclear power in the world is another one of those unlikely coincidences, considering that 350s Bill McKibben is a major promoter of the New Economy that incorporates nuclear power as a UN 'sustainable development' goal.

Ozzie Zehner's Green Illusions video--that is linked to in my NWC article--seems pretty straightforward in its conclusions: 'clean energy' doesn't work, and can't work; it is a myth that is more harmful than fossil fuel. That, along with other 350 shibboleths, is sacrosanct to 350 followers, and if those go by the wayside, then the whole reason for 350 falls apart--along with the false hope and fake identities they have constructed for themselves around these fantasies.

Very few people in media or society at large follow the money, rather than swallowing whole social media, public relations, and press releases posing as news. Those who do discover that the world of make believe 350 built with money from the financial elite benefits the financial elite.

Color me shocked.