You can’t miss either of the two operative buzz-words being bandied around like so much meaningless noise in the last few months. The media rails about it, politicians whine over it, activists shout it….
Now that the “surprise” has made itself manifest to the world — though it was hardly a surprise to me — I suspect that it would be useful for American readers to explain what happened to Berlusconi once he was elected, in order to know what to expect will happen to Trump.
At the heart of the Enlightenment was the notion that the world could in principle be explained. Yet perplexingly the biggest questions seem to defy explanation. Is explanation an illusion, or does…
I make no bones about the fact that before being summoned into sigil projection strangeness, the sexual element of the whole endeavor is precisely what kept me away to an extent.
The synchronization of science, fiction and the occult has long been underway. Likely, they are sourced from the same place. It’s only our perception of the world around us that’s catching up to what is possible.
There is something about Trump that was originally exciting to me. I kept hearing the phrase “disruptor politician” tossed around. I became so swept up in the heat of the action when he threw Mexicans and Muslims under the bus that I ignored the primary damage…
The results contradict the preferred political and media narrative that focuses more on religion, The Intercept continues, and raises doubts that the U.S. government’s recent “Countering Violent Extremism” (CVE) efforts will work.
Tech billionaires convinced we live in the Matrix are secretly funding scientists to help break us out of it
If Elon Musk thinks we’re living in a “Matrix”-like simulation, surely you do too, disinfonauts? Or not… From the Independent: Some of the world’s richest and most powerful people are convinced that we…
(ANTIMEDIA) According to a new crime report published last week by the FBI, the Drug War is still a pervasive cause for arrest in the United States. The data, which covers recorded…
What follows are three very distressing and informative video reports (the latter two of which contain highly disturbing footage apparently featuring CIA-trained Syrian rebels prior to the moment they decapitate a twelve-year-old boy
It’s a question often asked of the conspiratorially minded, born from an irritation with the modern tendency to question every event and its mainstream media account. Of course, it’s really a statement – “Everything isn’t a conspiracy!”
In the past five years, the New York Police Department has spent $347,000 on false arrest lawsuit settlements. According to the Village Voice, these costs stem from the city’s “gravity knife statute.”
Aldous Huxley stated in The Doors of Perception that the mind is “a reducing valve”, filtering a greater reality – what he called Mind-at-Large – to the human organism.
This week, two stories of public schools forcing patriotism on students made headlines, highlighting a deeply-ingrained sense of American pride that pervades society — one that often begins in grade school with daily recitations of the pledge of allegiance.
There are bad ideas and then REALLY fucking bad ideas. Take for instance my recent habit of chasing whiskey with beer. I’ve fucked up, gotten lost, and even blew off quality time with the family to discuss reincarnation with my town’s homeless population.
It’s no secret to any Disinfonaut that the mainstream media is an utterly corrupt institution that’s at best a mouthpiece for political and corporate interests and at worst propaganda outlets that willfully covers-up and deceives the public about the happenings of those that rule over us.
I laugh in the face of death, make horrible crude jokes, and just generally find some measure of joy in situations where others might cry or wail. I’m the kind of guy that finds shit like this hilarious: