You fire him on the spot, leave the most dangerous place in The United States, and immediately adopt a plant-based diet. Six months later, you’ve lost 20 unneeded pounds, feel stronger, younger, and happier. Cardiovascular disease is history. It is a food-borne illness, and you’ve sent it packing.
The slave-owners who control and handle her, maintain a keen eye on the far horizon. Today the world, tomorrow the universe. Like The Beast herself, the slave-owners have grown ever fatter, and have become completely oblivious to the concept of ever having enough. No matter what the cost and to whom. There’s a name for this, and it’s either psychopathy or sociopathy. I’ve always had trouble understandingREAD ON
The Beast of Empire hasn’t declared war on another nation since 1941, therefore it is my contention that all military actions taken since World War II have been cases of illegal, international mass-murder. Armed robbery with victims numbering in the millions, tens of millions, billions. I’ve heard lots of figures, but who’s really counting the casualties? And who cares? Certainly notREAD ON
The good news is that the answer to kicking obesity and disease has been hiding right in front of us for all our lives. The great news is that a vegan diet will change the way you think about food, and if done thoughtfully, TASTES FANTASTIC. I guarantee that within two months of eating only plants, you’ll cringe when you walk byREAD ON
The U.S. Empire is drunk on consumption, addicted to international theft and bullying through war, regime change, bribery, assassination, false flag events, and economic sanctions. The militarism of Empire exists through the creation of imaginary threats and fabricated enemies. Islam, Isis, Al Qaeda, Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Syria. It matters little who the enemy is to an economy which feedsREAD ON
“The idea of wilderness needs no defense, it only needs defenders.” I didn’t give much thought to Ed Abbey until a couple decades later, after moving to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Being a magnet to dissidents, I’d recently made friends with a U.S. Postal Service worker named Chris England. There was some controversy at the time about The Bridger-Teton National Forest issuing gas and oilREAD ON
Appendix Mr Creosote is a character in Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life. Creosote personifies unlimited gluttony, —both literal and metaphorical, upper class disdain for his “inferiors”, and complete disregard for the suffering inflicted on the numerous creatures he consumes in horrendous quantities. A veritable ecological assassin. I figured out ages ago that U.S. elections are nothing but an illusion, thatREAD ON