Month: February 2017

People who look alike.


Here are two American men. Dwight Eisenhower (left) served as Supreme Commander during WW2. He later became U.S. President. On the right is David Lee Roth of Van Halen. He wrote ‘Hot for teacher.’


Here is Roth again (right) next to a picture of William Lane Craig, who often debates the philosophical basis of Christianity. Both men are Christians.


Here is an old portrait of a young Karl Marx on the left. Incidentally, Marx is believed to have changed his name from ‘Karl ha-*levi*.’ On the right is actor Joseph Gordon-*Levi*tt.


This is a picture of two famous doctors.


Above is a picture of three men who look very similar, but are not related. Leonard Cohen (songwriter,) Adam Sandler and Sasha Baran Cohen (both comedy actors.) Two of these men have the surname ‘Cohen.’


Here is a picture of Tiny Tim and Bob Dylan. Both men happen to be entertainers. What are the odds?


Alan Greenspan and Alan Dershowitz. Both men are called Alan, wear suits, and have glasses.


I find it interesting that many of these people who look similar, indeed, also have other things in common.


Career day!



Alright, class. Settle down, settle down.

As you all know, today is Career day. Let’s begin by asking some of you what you would like to be when you grow up. How about you, Nathan?

“I wanna be a firetruck!” *Classroom laughs.*

Okay, Nathan. Good effort. And you, Nicole?

“I wanna be an actress!” Nicole confidently says.

Interesting answer. It’s nice to dream. Johnny, how about you?

“I wanna be like James Bond!” Johnny yells.

Oh, how exciting that sounds. After you’ve mastered the alphabet maybe you can pursue that a bit more.

Anyway, class, onto the main part of our day.

Last time I asked you all if any of your parents would like to come in and talk to us about what they do, and I’m very excited to say that we are lucky enough to have some of your Dads here with us now, to do just that. Now, class: Be respectful.

Our first special guest is Michael’s Dad. Now be friendly!


Michael’s Dad builds and repairs computers. He is an I.T. maintenance technician. When your computer has a problem with its hardware, if there is an issue with the Operating System, or if you want to upgrade any part of your computer, Michael’s Dad is the man who can do it.

Okay, class. Let’s move on to Kyle’s Dad to talk about his career:


Kyle’s Dad is a grocer. He’s one of the people who works in your local supermarket and helps you with your shopping. Kyle’s Dad often helps elderly people read the labels on products and gives them some company as they often are alone. He is the one who stocks the shelves and makes it easier for us to shop.

Okay, moving on.

Young plumber doing sink repararion in kitchen.

This is John’s Dad. He works as a plumber. When one of your pipes under the sink is leaking, or one of the drains is blocked, he is the man that comes to your house and fixes it for you. He also installs new pipes and other parts that you use in your kitchen sinks or bathrooms.

“Loser!” Johnny rudely cuts in.

Now, class, remember to be courteous for our guests today. They’ve taken time out of their schedules to talk with us today.

Now our next guest couldn’t be with us today, but he was kind enough to leave us a letter telling us about his career.


Due to the classified nature of his work, Steve’s Dad is unable to disclose any exact details about his work. He is unable to give us any facts as he doesn’t want to compromise National Security but has agreed (due to his utmost allegiance to this country’s public institutions) to share some details about what he may do.

*Classroom collectively gawks at teacher.*

Steve’s Dad may sit for hours upon hours listening to your private and intimate phone calls. Some of these phone calls may be categorised as “Phone sex.”

He may or may not have been to Russia, China, The middle east, or any other region that this nation may have an interest in gathering intelligence about. Steve’s Dad may have gone to extensive linguist training school or he may show no interest in learning the language of the country at all.

Steve’s Dad may work at another job in the area in order to not blow his cover. He may be very bad or negligent in this job which may blow his cover anyway. He may also just cry poverty and beg for donations and he may innapropriately ask people he barely knows to borrow money.

Government budget for certain intelligence agencies may be low, and so Steve’s Dad may be low on cash. If Steve’s Dad does get money, he may not be allowed to spend a whole lot since that may arouse suspicion.

He may lie to absolutely everyone he comes into contact with, and yet he may still be unconvincing. Steve’s Dad may lie to even those closest to him. He may be lying to Steve, or his wife, or his entire family.

Steve’s Dad may appear nervous when asked about why he was in certain countries for certain periods of time.


Steve’s Dad may be dragged all over the place by his handler(s), and may be told to mine for information. Steve’s Dad may make this obvious by consistently asking an endless list of questions, each one irrelevant to the last, and never engaging in natural conversation.

Steve’s Dad may not be getting paid at all. He may be getting blackmailed, or bribed in some way, which may effectively mean he is a puppet on string, dancing to the mighty whim of his handler(s).

Steve’s Dad may be addicted to drugs. He may have multiple personalities, each one unaware of the other due to trauma-based mind control and hypnotism.

He may end up being used as a Patsy and then being killed by one of them.

Steve’s Dad may have no clue just how expendable he may be.

He may have thought he was going to be like James Bond. Jumping out of airplanes, having beautiful Russian spies fall in love with him, holding a black pistol while wearing a tuxedo and pouting whilst walking away from an explosion, the whole nine yards (he may say.)

GoldenEye (1995) Directed by Martin Campbell Shown: Pierce Brosnan (as James Bond)

It ain’t like in the movies, he may bitterly remark.

*A pin is heard dropping.*

Okay, class, that concludes our talk with the guests. We are very grateful to them for taking the time to share that with us. Any final questions, class?

*Johnny raises hand*

Yes, Johnny?

“Where do I apply to be a Plumber?”

So, what is ‘fake news’?

It’s become a cliche these days to call something ‘Orwellian.’ Cliches, however, tend to be things that we all know to be true (and are sick of hearing.) Despite that, I’m going to preface this article with a very relevant quote from 1984:

“The Ministry of Peace concerns itself with war, the Ministry of Truth with lies, the Ministry of Love with torture and the Ministry of Plenty with starvation. These contradictions are not accidental, nor do they result from ordinary hypocrisy: they are deliberate exercises in doublethink”

For a long time now, people have become increasingly skeptical of the mainstream media. In fact, it’s common knowledge that mainstream news networks are designed to misinform, mislead, and outright derail public thought. They are funded by special interests that have their own agendas and own ideas about what you should know. One recent example would be news-media giving endless coverage to the so-called ‘Women’s’ march in Washington D.C., while practically ignoring the March for life -also in Washington D.C.- which drew comparable numbers

The idle, unthinking viewer is left with the impression that the Soros-funded, pro-abortion, feminist marches are representative of women’s views and interests as a whole. Regardless, the fact is that more white women (largest demographic) voted for Trump than for Hillary

"You're fake news!"

“You’re fake news!”

Not that anyone who thinks for themselves needs any convincing here. It’s very clear to see the daily examples and most of us look the other way. What I want to stress here is that considering  Doublethink is a real concept employed by the ruling elite, it becomes obvious that whatever they try to dissuade you from believing; whatever they try to brand as ‘fake,’ is actually ‘true.’

Just as the anti-defamation league’s entire existence is predicated on the act of defaming others, the controlled News/media, that purports to inform and tell the truth, is, in fact, doing the complete opposite.

It appears the UK’s “Conservative” ZOG is cracking down on ‘fake news’ and right wing ‘extremists.’

Who’s funding this? Only the international advertising agency M&C Saatchi.

I wonder why an advertising agency would invest money to stamp out fake news…

Hmm, not sure why that would be.

Hmm, not sure why that would be.

“There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad.”

OM Brothers.

Tim Buckley, Jeff Buckley, and Ancestral memory.


Tim Buckley (left) burst onto the North American music scene from practically nowhere in the late 60’s. In the mire of Psychedelic funk and the early stages of Hard rock, Tim was singing in his Irish tenor, played folk music.

‘Folk’ is a synonym for ‘People.’ Each unique People of each nation has their own music.

Tim, who was influenced by Bob Dylan and typical 60’s rock, showed no resemblance to these influences. He was untrained musically, and was playing what seem to come naturally. He was half-Irish, had an Irish name, and although being totally American, began playing the kind of music that the Irish (and Europeans in general) had been playing for Aeons.

Tim died under odd circumstances when his son, Jeff (right,) was very young. The two never met each other. Yet Jeff, by all accounts, was a carbon copy of his father. Jeff, who was also untrained, erupted onto the music scene in the 90’s, admist the cacophonic fog of alternative Rock and Grunge. His acclaimed (and only ever recorded album) Grace, stood apart and was a blend of many influences, yet he still sang in the same classic European style, and exhibited the same startling vocal range as his father. This was not a coincidence, but passed down. Neither Tim nor Jeff ever reached the heights of stardom. (It’s worth mentioning that Jeff also died under questionable circumstances.)

If we can admit that traits passed down from father to son are genetic in nature, is it so unreasonable to consider that the experiences, memories, and traits of an entire People are also inherited? After all, it is only the broader genetic pool of individuals we are talking about.

Allow me to quote Theoretical Biologist Rupert Sheldrake, who provides a basis for Ancestral memory in his theory of ‘Morphic Resonance‘:

” The fields organizing the activity of the nervous system are likewise inherited through morphic resonance, conveying a collective, instinctive memory. Each individual both draws upon and contributes to the collective memory of the species. This means that new patterns of behaviour can spread more rapidly than would otherwise be possible. For example, if rats of a particular breed learn a new trick in Harvard, then rats of that breed should be able to learn the same trick faster all over the world, say in Edinburgh and Melbourne. There is already evidence from laboratory experiments (discussed in A New Science of Life) that this actually happens.

The resonance of a brain with its own past states also helps to explain the memories of individual animals and humans. There is no need for all memories to be “stored” inside the brain.

Social groups are likewise organized by fields, as in schools of fish and flocks of birds. Human societies have memories that are transmitted through the culture of the group, and are most explicitly communicated through the ritual re-enactment of a founding story or myth, as in the Jewish Passover celebration, the Christian Holy Communion and the American thanksgiving dinner, through which the past become present through a kind of resonance with those who have performed the same rituals before.”

“They contain a built-in memory given by self-resonance with a morphic unit’s own past and by morphic resonance with all previous similar systems. This memory is cumulative. The more often particular patterns of activity are repeated, the more habitual they tend to become.”

My tastes and preferences are given a context when I consider that our memories and experiences as a people are passed down from generation to generation. When I listen to Irish folk music (being of Irish ancestry,) for example, it feels somehow transcendental and timeless to me. This is anecdotal, but it is the experience for many others of many distinct cultures. When I spent time with Uncle Jeebers, I had the privilege a few times of seeing him totally at-home singing Italian songs in the town, and seeing how the local people joined in and sang along too. This is only natural given Jeebers’ strong ancestral ties to Italy.

Julian Lee, in his article “In Praise of the White Singing Voice,” says it best:

“But you can’t fool the ear. The sound of the White voice is instinctively more attractive to me. Why shouldn’t it be? The White voice has resonance in my memory and genes, and maybe lifetimes of White mothers singing me lullabies, and fathers giving me advice, and association with other White voices. And the White vocal style somehow resonates with values that are a part of my White DNA.

I note that a White can learn to sound like a Black, as in the case of Britney Spears. Also a Black can learn to sound like a White, as in the case of Nat King Cole. If left to themselves, however, the two races evolve different voices.”

The singing voice is one of the many traits that a People develop over generations. It is a reminder of the precious and unique qualities that each Folk has.

OM brothers.