Category Archives: Freedom

‘Facebook Analytics’ or, ‘Let us Dissect Your Brains’

Who likes who?

Who likes what?

Who shares what, with who?

Comments, comments, comments.  What’s the content of your comments?

What do you like?, do you like this?, do you like that?


Who are your friends?  Who are your friends friends?  What do they like?

What is your hometown?, Where were you…

They have supercomputers these days capable of analyzing mind boggling amounts of information.  Just think what could be done with a tool like facebook.

I’m sure that those with an interest in manipulating the masses are using these tools to the full extent of their capabilities.  They know us better than we do.

Just something to think about…



Jews Promote Homosexuality


Jews Promote Homosexuality

In an earlier version of this posting, I attempted to compare the required acceptance of queer behavior to that of an odd co-worker. It failed miserably to express the ‘Emperor’s New Clothes’ feel of enforced cultural acceptance of queerdom.  

So here is my updated version, sans miserable coworker comparison;

No surprise to anyone paying attention.

The fact that a group that comprises such a small percentage, (less than 2%) of the population, practices deviant, unhealthy behavior, and yet garners so much favorable media attention, should be raising flags to the rest of us. Something is behind this, someone is promoting this for a reason.

Jews are promoting this, and it is effective. It is the cultural breakdown of this country.  To weaken the social structure  in order to gain more control. The Jew is present in every attempt to restrict freedoms in this country and in every effort to encourage immigration of undesirables.

Long list of Jewish homo enablers at link.



The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine

The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine

The Age of Reason, Thomas Paine

The Age of Reason

A good solid look at religion and man’s backward attempts to understand our Creator.

“…No one will deny or dispute the power of the Almighty to make
such a communication if he pleases. But admitting, for the sake
of a case, that something has been revealed to a certain person,
and not revealed to any other person, it is revelation to that
person only. When he tells it to a second person, a second to a
third, a third to a fourth, and so on, it ceases to be a revelation to
all those persons. It is revelation to the first person only, and
hearsay to every other, and, consequently, they are not obliged to
believe it.
It is a contradiction in terms and ideas to call anything a
revelation that comes to us at second hand, either verbally or in
writing. Revelation is necessarily limited to the first
communication. After this, it is only an account of something
which that person says was a revelation made to him; and though
he may find himself obliged to believe it, it cannot be incumbent
on me to believe it in the same manner, for it was not a revelation
made to me, and I have only his word for it that it was made to