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resisting the all-seeing-eye

This came as a newsletter from the search engine I have been using for quite a while. I highly recommend duckduckgo for all your websearches. They have even more suggestions for ducking, at least a little bit, the Surveillance State. -Ted How to Live Without Google Remove Google from your life? Yes, it can be done! Google trackers have been found on 75% of the top million websites. This means they are not only tracking what you search for, they’re also tracking which websites you visit, and using all your data for ads that follow you around the internet. Your personal data can also be subpoenaed by lawyers, including for civil cases like divorce. Google answered over 100,000 such […]

Have we hit bottom yet?

The new Woodpile Report has been published. As always, it is worth reading. His writing is delightfully understated. His readers are assumed to be literate, clever and alert. In a world full of noise where nuance is unappreciated, and being told what to think is the norm, his respect for the reader is pleasurable. I do you a disservice posting this debate here, as his context building is worth the read. I therefore recommend you click the link to Woodpile Report only viewing the video below as part of a solidly developed bigger picture. On the other hand, he reports that the video has been taken down several times. I contribute my fair share to honest reporting by keeping it […]

Renegade Inc

This is an excellent show on today’s economy … and quite a bit more. We are in a bubble. Many proclaim you cannot tell when you are IN a bubble. Only after it bursts will you know you were. Mitch Feierstein disagrees and in this show explains his position quite well. Ross Ashcroft is an excellent host, respectful, knowledgeable and articulate. They also touch on finding facts in an era of consolidated media’s falsehoods, the coup to destroy the Trump regime. and on the deep state. They underestimate and, therefore understate those who are running the global shadow government. But that broadens their appeal, and is a baby-steps, walk-before-you-run approach that can reach those not ready for the full picture. […]

Redacted Tonight

I don’t often watch Lee Camp as his pump-the-audience-up “showmanship” and vocabulary I will just call “severely limited in useful, descriptive adjectives.” The good news is they bleep out most of the profane words. The bad news is you cannot unhear them. They are there, and constant. That, of course, is a mere reflection of the common language the lost generation shares. However, going past those two complaints, this show is very good. They nail the militarizing police, police state, FBI criminality, Internet takeover and more. https://www.rt.com/shows/redacted-tonight-summary/402560-police-weapons-fbi-terrorists/

comms preps

I keep imagining people will strive to set the magic of radio to work for them before they need it. I consider myself a rank beginner in the radio world, but have made the personal leap into visualizing its value in emergencies … AND a serious commitment in hardware to ensure that can work for my family and my community. Heck, I talk about a “serious commitment”, yet people spend more on “smart phones” that will be deaf, dumb and blind in an emergency. I have a friend who claims to be “deaf”, but is simply overstating that she is “hard of hearing”. Nevertheless, the amateur two-way radio world is full of people who have reduced hearing abilities. Both the […]

grid jeopardy

Three major actions of the sun may hit the Earth hard September 8th and 9th. The possibility of SOME EFFECT is near absolute. We WILL KNOW something hit us. The likelihood of some damage to electronics and electrical transmission somewhere on Earth is very high. Some communities somewhere will lose their power. The probability of global grid failure is around 10%. It is not likely to be catastrophic. That is also to say that it could be catastrophic. Check your preparations for that sort of catastrophe TODAY. While in the midst of moving, I cannot drop everything and go on a prep-shopping binge today. But I can certainly re-prioritize some of my moving activities focusing on electronics and power-failure gear. […]

I’m baaack

Moving my home and office is taking its toll on my postings here. Today my computer in the new studio finally knows how to log on to my website … one of only 20 billion items on my ToDo list. Meanwhile: The geoengineers got caught with visual chemtrails in the hurricane as it approached Texas and ample evidence of HAARP directing hurricanes in the Atlantic. Online videos keep improving their coverage of the media production that was the car crashing into the crowd near the protest event. Extraordinary wild fire activity globally warms western USofA and other countries around the world spuming record levels of toxic pollutants into our air. A bunch of ignorant people unemployed by deliberate economic and […]

in recovery

Maybe. We spent the last month cleaning up after renters squatters. We have chosen to move from our lovely cabin on the river to the expansive homestead they vacated. We are coming down home stretch on that phase. Though a lot of stuff still needs to be cleared out, there is starting to be room for our household. We have construction contractors well along in some changes to better suit the homestead to us. It is still a construction zone, and will be for a while. Yet moving in there and out of here has begun with trickles. Yesterday I got the phone moved and Internet up… a smokin’-fast, unlimited-data cable connection after years of metered, intermittently-good, satellite. Meanwhile, my […]