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fiat lux ...

Thread: Inequality Media with Robert Reich
[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 12 hours ago

Most males' life is about fucking. Apparently, there exist males who forego food in order to fuck till death "do them apart."

As a virus isn't a process, it's lifeless, by definition ( requiring nonzero rate of burning.) Some males qualify as viruses ( i.e. a bit of genetic material wrapped in a proteinous coat ready to be injected into a cell without much else; form follows function in the case of the phages as well as the male human genitalia.)

I've discovered why God frowned upon Onanism which involved coitus interruptus. Onan denied his brothers' widow to bear a child from him so that he wouldn't have to give his brother's wealth to the new child. That's evil intention, a form of covetousness, explicitly forbidden by a commandment. God wasn't necessarily frowning upon coitus interruptus.

If God were actually frowning upon the physical act of "spilling his seeds," God should be very angry and strike at most pubescent boys because they often don't have 100%-efficient sperm transfer into a girl or woman and yet they produce sperm every single day so they have to "spill their seeds" or "re-absorb their seeds." In fact, God forbade fornication and adultery according to the Old Testament. Pubescent boys who don't commit fornication and/or adultery are thus condemned by God for less-than-100%-efficient sperm implantation. That's absurd.

I think what really happened was that in the olden days, having an heir was very important because death rates were very high. Having offspring who would fill up all the earth was thus codified into the Bible as a blessing and a promise from God. Anyone who has actually seen how people live where they nearly "fill up all the earth" doesn't count it as a blessing from God ! They are often in total agreement with the so-called "promised" inhabitants ( who in at least some cases were by-produced in pursuit of getting a male heir, often in inhospitable environments { it's probably why Islam permits up to four wives for a man in order to have the better-off men soak up the womanly byproduct to promote the social good in an austere environment as women also need livelihoods;} think of why Moses had so many women who were siblings to each other to choose from to marry.) Matter consists of fermions which obey Pauli's Exclusion Principle and people have matter. People can't be squished together too tightly.

Thread: Inequality Media with Robert Reich
[-] 1 points by factsrfun (8272) from Phoenix, AZ 14 hours ago

all life is a virus

Thread: Has Trump been a fraud?
[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 17 hours ago

I'm on a train with Grandpa DJ.

Thread: Winners and Losers Post Corona Virus
[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 1 day ago

"Nurse: “We Are Screaming at the Top of Our Lungs And So Few Are Listening”! by William Rivers-Pitt:

spero meliora ...

"Debt Collectors Have Made a Fortune This Year. Now They're Coming for More" by Paul Kiel & Jeff Ernsthausen:

"After a pause for the pandemic - debt buyers are back in the courts, suing debtors by the thousands."

Radix Omnium Malorum Est Cupiditas!

Thread: Inequality Media with Robert Reich
[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 1 day ago

"Fly on wings of the wind" Prince Igor - Lyrics (Natasha Morozova) madprofessor.

"Fly Away on The Wings of The Wind" (Heymaey Flaminica) Prince OF Darknez.

Can you tell the direction of time? Forward, backward, or otherwise from the last video? Were the clouds in the background of the video recorded in the morning or near dusk?

In this pandemic, on land Siberia offers the largest amount of space for social distancing. My Dad was saved from a previous pandemic ( more than a century ago ) by being cast away to live with a fishing family in the sea and ocean where it wasn't crowded and they ate the fish they caught and other seafood to survive. Most of his siblings who weren't cast away died by the pandemic. This was why the fear of pandemics was etched deeply into my lineage's memories. Been there. Died that. My Dad was the only one amongst all of his siblings who reproduced successfully because he was largely the castaway, most mobile one who heard ( from others [ the knowledgeable ones ] during lunchtime, teatime, bar/pub time.. -- basically antique "social media" of those days,) saw, and "swam" like my herded guppies in the current of the times flowing round and round in the big round aluminum basin in which I took warm water baths as an early-grade schooler. ( Dad tried hard to get very far away from the Japanese invaders--he got to Newport News, POW camp near Hamburg, Capetown, ¿Madras?, Hawai'ī, but ended up in Greater Yokohama, next to Tokyo across Tokyo Bay, Japan of all places possible ! helping the Americans and Japanese rebuild what the Americans had destroyed; it's an irony; couldn't we all { including Imperial Japan's militants, of course } have just done without all of that bloodshed and war damage by changing our minds instead? It seemed rather silly. Dad got a chance to get very far away indeed from the frontlines fighting the Imperial Japanese Empire but became a captive of Nazi Germany fairly quickly in northern Europe because he was associated with the British. It was as absurd as a global pinball game played upon him being the pinball or it was even hilarious if not for the very seriousness of the matter.)

To ease breathing, taking Sudafed(R), eating citrus fruit rind ( I like oranges so orange rind was most available to me; Dad's soaked lemon rind from brewing his tea isn't available anymore because he is dead; the lemon rind was rather bland after soaking so I harbor doubts about its efficacy as a decongestant; kumquat rind is sweet and fragrant but kumquat isn't as available as oranges and there isn't much rind anyway, same for tangerine; rinds of orange, lemon, tangerine, and kumquat were safe for me to eat; orange was most available in quantity and worked, ) inhaling a steroid such as Albuterol(R) ( used for treating asthma by dilating air passages, ) or purer oxygen from an oxygen generator, and/or sex/masturbation can/may help, based upon the availability.

Surviving a CoViD-19 breathing difficulty is mostly about getting sufficient amounts of oxygen via the erythrocytes ( erythro=red, cyte=cell so red [blood] cells ) in the blood to each of the body's cells so there are indeed many different ways. Choosing the best way is up to everyone's particular capability and circumstance. The brain which supports much of a person's personality and identity dies within a few minutes without oxygen because "life is electric fire burning slowly in water" and oxygen supports the burning.

this is how people can tell that you know you are getting your ass kicked, you won't actually answer any questions, now you should answer this with a question of your own about something completely different, you are so predicable, but you won't tell us who you voted for, did you even vote?

Thread: Inequality Media with Robert Reich
[-] 1 points by factsrfun (8272) from Phoenix, AZ 1 day ago

WHO did YOU vote for!?!

Thread: VOTE NOW!
[-] 1 points by factsrfun (8272) from Phoenix, AZ 1 day ago

how? are you actually asking? I have outlined the path many time, AOC and soon Cori Bush are part of process, even Trump had his role to play, but yes first we must kill the GOP if America and indeed the world itself are to survive, tell me Shadz what are you happy about? are you "happy" that Nader assisted W Bush into the WH? are you happy that third party voters in MI and WI put Trump in the WH? tell me Shadz what makes you happy?

so tell us Shadz, WHO DID YOU VOTE FOR?

Thread: Inequality Media with Robert Reich
[-] 1 points by factsrfun (8272) from Phoenix, AZ 1 day ago

so many words. so little connection

Thread: Pandemic Speculation
[-] 1 points by beautifulworld (23344) 2 days ago

Masks save lives!


Yes they do! Wear them now until the vaccine is widespread to save hundreds of thousands of lives. Don't be a Covidiot!

Thread: Stealing Commons
[-] 1 points by beautifulworld (23344) 2 days ago

DeJoy needs to go to de jail.



"DeJoy Pressured Workers to Donate to G.O.P. Candidates, Former Employees Say"

Thread: To All Let This Be Told
[-] 1 points by beautifulworld (23344) 2 days ago

Fascist Trump is soon out. Neoliberal Joe is in.

The fight continues for progressive policies for the people, not just in America, but all over the world.

We will not accept the crumbs.

Never give up!

"Working-class people may be, as we're ceaselessly reminded, less meticulous about matters of law and propriety than their "betters", but they're also much less self-obsessed. They care more about their friends, families and communities. In aggregate, at least, they're just fundamentally nicer."

"If you think about it, is this not what life is basically about? Human beings are projects of mutual creation. Most of the work we do is on each other. The working classes just do a disproportionate share. They are the caring classes, and always have been. It is just the incessant demonisation directed at the poor by those who benefit from their caring labour that makes it difficult, in a public forum such as this, to acknowledge it." - David Graeber

"Market capitalism has been imposed onto us, often at the point of a gun, and as a result, we’ve been forced to internalize the idea that we are a selfish, competitive and greedy species. Well, that’s just human nature, we’ll acquiesce when we hear about the profiteering of pharmaceutical companies or the greed of investment bankers. But the thing this, that’s not human nature — it’s just what we’ve been coerced into thinking by an unfeeling economic system that dominates every facet of our life. And in many ways, Homo economicus is a self-fulfilling prophecy."

"When faced with the overwhelming evidence that Homo economicus — and thus the whole neoclassical economic project — is nonsense, the defenders of the status quo tend to rely on another myth: that there is no alternative. Margaret Thatcher famously uttered those words over 30 years ago, paving the way for an age of neoliberalism that has seen the dismantling of the social safety net, the stagnation of wages and the rise of extreme inequality.

But the thing is, there are alternative ways of organizing society that reflect the human capacity for reciprocity, selflessness and cooperation."

From: https://truthout.org/articles/how-economists-tricked-us-into-thinking-capitalism-works/

And, since this thread is on Social Security - Has anyone else received their annual statement with the caveat that 15 years from now only 79% of benefits will be available due to lack of funding? I was pretty outraged when I got my statement.

Better start listening to Bernie Sanders if we want to turn this country around!

Thread: To All Let This Be Told
[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 2 days ago

"The Ruling Elite’s War on Truth", by Chris Hedges:

Please consider that ... "American political leaders display a widening disconnect from reality intended to mask their complicity in the seizure of power by global corporations and billionaires."

et veritas vos liberabit!

"Under Biden, We’ll Still Need to Protect Social Security" by Ms. Sasha Abramsky:

"While Biden’s Social Security proposals are encouraging, his potential centrist cabinet

picks are cause for concern." This should be of Huge Concern to everyone in the USA!


Thread: The Iran War : "War is God", by Michael Carmichael.
[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 2 days ago

"Iran scientist's assassination appears intended to undermine nuclear deal"! by Julian Borger:

"Analysis: The shooting of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh will do more harm to diplomacy than it does to Iran’s nuclear programme."

et cui bono?

"Power Comes From Class War, Not Biden"! - by Hamilton Nolan:

An essential read in these times of Class War waged by U$A's 0.1%!

multum in parvo ...

"Georgia Lawmaker says Israeli Government, ‘asked me’ for anti-boycott law she introduced"!

The second link shows how a true terrorist taste behaves, as Israel again acts like a bully in the hood.

fiat lux; fiat justitia; fiat pax ...

"The Plan Is to Save Capital and Let the People Die"! an important article .. by Hamilton Nolan:

radix omnium malorum est cupiditas ...

Thread: "Why Bernie Sanders (Still) Matters" by Seth Ackerman
[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 3 days ago

Bernie Sanders: "How do we avoid future authoritarians? Winning back the working class is key":


et veritas vos liberabit!