Stern words from Saboteur365 on the state of the nation of sheep. Readers may also be interested in Jason Ditz’s take on the Interview release controversy at Antiwar.com:
Also check this story out. The Sony hack is looking more and more like an inside job:
The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un. The FBI claims his backward country hacked Sony pictures. Security experts challenge the FBI’s version of reality. His horse is better fed than his people. The American propaganda machine keeps telling us how dangerous the little dictator is, though.
Saboteurs start with skepticism. If you’re not skeptical of what the government, the professors, and the media tell you, then you’re not fully in tune with reality. A skeptical attitude and an inquiring mind can lead to some truth. Truth may be unpleasant but it’s better than living a lie, blotting out reality with drugs, booze, sex, sports, television, and other amusements.
The mainstream institutions in the West, specifically the US, Australia, Canada, and Western Europe, exist to promote a narrative. That narrative is that globalism is good. Thus, open borders are good. The narrative also includes the perspective that the USSA must…
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