A fiver a month, $60 a year. The key move, if we care to grow-up and become the adults we are/ should be. Or, the internet is to be avoided. We grow, live-up and learn -or- ...?
Y'know, we all do, are letting lazy-bones and ongoing, robbery by the The Robbers/unseen.
To see wider and general the specifics are the way in. It's not about the imagination and ideas of Ron Hubbard; about...the rest, and all.
On Scientology with the excellent James Kelley. And...? Why?
Rumble my ignorance and prejudices; smarten-up; sharpen discernment and PRAY-a-right. And get loud with God and for humanity. Not in a theological dilemma, the face-value Jesus' mandate: God wants the rot to stop. The villans and destroyers must be addressed, attacked, resisted and disengaged from.
BLM is a cult-like, establishment-led, exploitation exercise. Demoralize the twenties to incapacitate, once over it. Re-tell history to validate the politics. Quintin Crisp has the line on much of it. What has he said, man at the roots of Queerdom and pretend-care anti-sex-isms bonkers brigade?
December 21, 2020 at 8:51 pm GMT • 3.1 hours ago • 100 Words ↑
I take an even-handed approach: plenty of blame to go around. Nobody need be characterized by the prevailing zeitgeist, regardless of age-or race, or sex, or whatever. You control you, the individual, even if you are being screwed out of the chance to control your circumstances.
There’s no getting around the fact that the US is ruled by a gerontocracy that seems to take every effort to enrich themselves at the expense of others in their dying years, and that under-40s have been disproportionately screwed over by them over the past decade or two. Nor can we ignore the fact that the people in power who are-by virtue of their age-most vulnerable to COVID are not taking the restrictions they happily impose upon others seriously. That does speak volumes.
All the same, my own generation has been coached from childhood onwards in victimhood morality and managerial culture, as opposed to the dignity morality and building culture of yesteryear. It’s our responsibility to change-or at least reject-that if it isn’t working well for us. And it isn’t. You can’t pick the rules of the game, but you can pick the game you play.