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PORP 37 is now at 48.2%
It is a shame that electoral fraud is happening in a developed country like US of A!
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I really appreciate your comment. Here is a reflection or two for what they may be worth.
Computers, the Internet, television, radio, newspapers are all wonderful tools. But they are only tools; we have often made them objects of uncritical worship. Each of these tools has been used by Monsanto and its California propagandists against Californians, and we have learned that a significant portion of Californians are very susceptible to propaganda—the counties of Fresno, Kern, Kings, and Tulare are apparently particularly gullible for many reasons. Well, when we aren’t trained to be skeptical, when we aren’t trained to be aware of propaganda techniques, when we believe what third-rate scientists (and I am being all too kind) are trained to say, we will have problems. In his A New Earth, Eckhart Tolle writes on the grave dangers of television watching (pp. 230-233). I submit that his excellent observations also apply to the other “tools” listed above.
California’s media, newspapers, newspaper publishers, and “journalists” have utterly failed all of us. I really believe if we all cancel our newspaper subscriptions we will all be much better informed! Most corporate newspapers are a complete waste; communities need to start their OWN newspapers and take responsibility for the contents. If you don’t have a plan, you become part of someone else’s plan.
Again, I really appreciate your comment and I really appreciate this website for exchanges—which are no doubt being monitored and recorded by Monsanto as per their custom. Not to worry; their “success” contains the very seeds of their demise. Their empire, however imperceptible as it may seem, is crumbling at this moment.
I’m considering doing just that. Sitting in my front yard and working daily on a neighborhood newsletter. I like what I do, now, but the problem is I am beginning to think working on the computer all day is distorting my sense of place, reality, and belonging. I work among people who also work with their heads in the machines all day. We talk into the machines but not to each other about the most important issues. I sometimes feel almost desperate for a place where I can live in the full three-dimensional world again. Most workplaces do not allow this now, you have to work on computers.
Maybe that’s fine for most people but I am beginning to believe computers have convinced everyone that important things always happen somewhere else. At least when I look around that is what I see.