Finally, this effort is feeling conclusive, which I hoped for from the outset 2+ yrs ago. With the discovery of the socialist emergence from the "Jewish settlements in the Pale," the pure negativity of academic oligarchy the possibility of scientific rehabilitation in an aboriginal context. Cultural "fleshing" will continue with reprints of currently-relevant recently-historical experiences, often gangster, while "the Pale" experience is solidified upto present revolutionary efforts. The hope is to create a hinge with which to restore revolution as evolution after the excessively long period of oligarchic occupation -since 500BC.

Then, probably, the entire blog will be consolidated and "put to rest" with the first wikified writing about the occupy dialectic two years ago.

Occupy rights -- are they still valid? Do they empower people who would take away your rights?

This is a really excellent discussion thread about aboriginal issues where I bring up my belief that rights were created in the "new world" with aboriginal influence, but that the concept of rights was unnecessary in pre-colonial times -- this suggests that rights are a bandaid.
Kevin Annett: Canada, UK Queen, Vatican coverup genocide of First Nations children - PLEASE SEE ARTICLE:
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    • John Bessa What do they all have in common? Western Civilization via academies -- Royal family beat its kids mercilessly as part of didactic educaiton -- the residential schools are but the tragic tip of this historically controlling iceberg -- Harvard has to be in the cover-up somewhere, as it is the leading oligarch...
      March 10 at 3:55pm ·  ·  1

    • Russ Letica Every aspect of this civilized system is involved in my thinking.
      March 10 at 4:03pm ·  ·  1

    • Wyt Raven you are both absolutely right...the glue that binds ALL events and atrocities in the past 600 years at least, is the Jesuit order....they seem to be the masterminds behind the many tentacles of control....
      March 10 at 11:50pm ·  ·  2

    • John Bessa This writing really influence me: Historic Trauma andAboriginal Healing, Cynthia C. Wesley-Esquimaux, Ph.D.Magdalena Smolewski, Ph.D
      March 10 at 11:54pm ·  ·  1

    • Wyt Raven the interesting question is, who is controlling the controllers...why are the Jesuits doing what they are what end???
      March 10 at 11:54pm ·  ·  1

    • John Bessa 
      I happened to be reading material about witch hunting in Northern Europe by the same characters, and then two years ago drew a distinction between sense and rationality -- and then I hit the brick wall of Socrates and Plato who invented thi...See More

      March 10 at 11:57pm ·  ·  1

    • John Bessa 
      it's really too late for me to focus, but I have a lot of material on the topic -- it sort of looks like humanity is forced to make an "unnatural" turn at the point that "civil" is implemented, which is a combination of capital construction...See More

      March 11 at 12:04am ·  ·  2

    • Russ Letica all will happen naturally, evolution is happening and we are headed into the 8th fire. That is all that matters, we can not change fate. Actions to date has lead us here, now we are at the fork in the road and there is a choice to be made.

      The clock is ticking....

      March 11 at 12:06am ·  ·  2

    • John Bessa I had an interesting thought when I woke up -- the Anishinaabe Prophecy is the product of the Medicine Lodge -- when we know, for a fact, that the problem is illness -- the mental illness of no empathy (in "Western" terms: aspergers often combined with psychosis) -- bottom line is that it is not curable and attempting cure it through empowerment is exactly how the anti-empathic (or crazies) get control
      March 11 at 11:34am ·  ·  1

    • John Bessa which is an example of why I am suddenly beginning to have trouble with the concept of "rights"
      March 11 at 11:35am ·  ·  1

    • Wyt Raven really good thinking there John; giving 'rights' to sociopaths is akin to giving matches to a pyromaniac
      March 11 at 2:07pm ·  ·  1

    • John Bessa 
      no kidding -- but, actually, I think that the concept needs to be communicated in a subtle way considering that civil rights lawyers are our best friends, if not only friends -- but having said that, I cannot remember a single day I actuall...See More

      March 11 at 3:25pm ·  ·  1

    • Wyt Raven does that strike you as extraordinarily sad? It does did we let it get THIS bad?? Do I feel guilt for not sooner taking decisive actions to stop the rot...YES, definitely...ignorance is no excuse
      March 11 at 4:07pm ·  ·  1

    • John Bessa 
      WR, please don't put this on yourself! I was reflecting my experience in the US where I used a "by day/by night" strategy (which I got from the MDC "blue by day white by night" show a half cop/half KKK figure. (Funny how that goes.) With re...See More

      March 11 at 4:20pm ·  ·  1

    • Wyt Raven Actually, John, I take 'guilt' seriously as it motivates me constantly, to do my all to put what I can, to rights....its one of the very few things I DO feel guilt about...the other is my own children and mistakes i made during their upbringing....

    • Wyt Raven Interms of the rights of the things I have noticed is that as soon as a right is written down (usually by lawyers) we seem to effectively loose them...regardless of the jurisdiction they are legislated in

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