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There are no war-like people, just war-like leaders.
( Ralph J. Bunche )

War may sometimes be a necessary evil.
But no matter how necessary, it is always an evil, never a good.
We will not learn how to live together in peace by killing each other’s children.
( Jimmy Carter )

For those who believe in God, most of the big questions are answered.
But for those of us who can’t readily accept the God formula, the big answers don’t remain stone-written.
We adjust to new conditions and discoveries.
We are pliable.
Love need not be a command nor faith a dictum.
I am my own god.
We are here to unlearn the teachings of the church, state, and our educational system.
We are here to drink beer.
We are here to kill war.
We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us.
( Charles Bukowski )

It is the people who have no say in making wars who suffer from the consequences of them.
( Philippa Carr )

The UK water companies privatised by the Conservative party are £64billion in debt.
From the date of being privatised, these companies have paid their shareholders £78billion.
Since being privatised, the government have handed over £56billion of taxpayers’ money to these companies.
( Len Firswood )

So much of America’s tragic and costly failure to care for all its children stems from our tendency to distinguish between our own children and other people’s children, as if justice were divisible.
( Marian Wright Edelman )

Our Consistent Track Record Of Standing By And Doing Nothing While Millions Suffer.
If ever a society could be said to meet all the mythological criteria of the next lost civilisation, a society that ticks all the boxes, is it not obvious that it is our own?
Our pollution and neglect of the majestic garden of the earth, our rape of its resources, our abuse of the oceans and the rainforests, our fear, hatred and suspicion of one another multiplied by a hundred bitter regional and sectarian conflicts, our consistent track record of standing by and doing nothing while millions suffer, our ignorant, narrow-minded racism, our exclusivist religions, our forgetfulness that we are all brothers and sisters, our bellicose chauvinism, the dreadful cruelties that we indulge in, in the name of nation, or faith, or simple greed, our obsessive, competitive, ego-driven production and consumption of material goods and the growing conviction of many, fuelled by the triumphs of materialist science, that matter is all there is, that there is no such thing as spirit, that we are just accidents of chemistry and biology.
All these things, and many more, in mythological terms at least, do not look good for us.
( Graham Hancock )

Human history has become too much a matter of dogma taught by ‘professionals’ in ivory towers as though it’s all fact.
Actually, much of human history is up for grabs.
The further back you go, the more that the history that’s taught in the schools and universities begins to look like some kind of fairy story.
( Graham Hancock )

I am so sick and tired of seeing a black person shot in the back, shot dead, followed by people saying, “Not all cops are bad.”
You know how many lawyers get disbarred every year?
But you never hear, “Not all lawyers are bad”.
You know how many doctors lose their medical licenses?
But you never hear anybody talking about, “Not all doctors are bad”.
Police departments are filthy.
If I pay a lawyer, I don’t expect him to sue me.
If I go to a doctor, he’s not supposed to give me a disease.
But we pay taxes so cops will protect us, and they shoot us instead, and the response is, “Not all cops are bad”.
And still we think we’re part of America.
( Dick Gregory )

I was asked once, ‘you’re a smart man, why aren’t you rich?’
I replied, ‘you’re a rich man, why aren’t you smart?’
( Jacque Fresco )

Beware the Army of Evil, led by the slaves of Satan.
They pretend to love God but carry out the work of the Devil.
They hide in the shadows of power and wealth.
They bribe, threaten, and blackmail government officials.
They use religion to excuse and to justify their actions and behaviour.
They seduce simpletons to do their murders and destruction.
The Gates of Hell are wide open and awaits them all.
( Fred O. Wilson )

We’re all going to die, all of us, what a circus.
That alone should make us love each other but it doesn’t.
We are terrorised and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing.

( Charles Bukowski )

When we are led and ruled by lame men, the majority of people will learn to limp.
( Rose Winfold )

That’s the problem with drinking, I thought, as I poured myself a drink.
If something bad happens you drink in an attempt to forget.
If something good happens you drink in order to celebrate.
And if nothing happens you drink to make something happen.

( Charles Bukowski )

Zionists, of course, are Atheists.
They hide behind the religion of Judaism in an attempt to excuse and to justify their actions and behaviour.
Zionists are obsessed with power and lack the natural emotions of compassion and empathy.
You need only to look at the way they treat others who oppose them.
They are supported by weak-minded simpletons, and the people they bribe and threaten.
The scriptures give clear warnings of groups like this.
( Fred O. Wilson )

Satan preys on the people who forget how to think, the people who let others think for them.
( Rose Winfold )

Greed Has Poisoned Men’s Souls.
I don’t want to rule or conquer anyone.
I should like to help everyone if possible, Jew, Gentile, black man, white.
We all want to help one another.
Human beings are like that.
We want to live by each other’s happiness, not by each other’s misery.
We don’t want to hate and despise one another.
In this world there is room for everyone, and the good earth is rich and can provide for everyone.
The way of life can be free and beautiful, but we have lost the way.
Greed has poisoned men’s souls, has barricaded the world with hate, has goose-stepped us into misery and bloodshed.
( Charlie Chaplin )

If you think we can’t change the world, it just means you’re not one of those who will.
( Jacque Fresco )

Compassion and empathy are evolved states of being.
They require the mental ability to go beyond our primal urges and desires.
The cruel and the evil have failed the first test of morality and decency, and lack the imagination and creativity that good and kind people have.
( Wilfred Soon )

Life could be wonderful if people would leave you alone.
( Charles Chaplin )

Most churches make people feel guilty about natural human inclinations, making them feel dependent on the church for forgiveness.
Religion focuses on unresolved human problems of insecurity, shame, fear, and wish fulfillment, and offers hope for a better life in the next world.
Science offers people the tools of reason and knowledge to help build self-reliance and free people from mythology and simple wish fulfilment.
( Jacque Fresco )

A lot of people are waiting for Martin Luther King or Mahatma Gandhi to come back.
But they are gone.
We are it.
It is up to us.
It is up to you.

( Marian Wright Edelman )

Ancient Egypt, like that of the Olmecs (Bolivia), emerged all at once and fully formed.
Indeed, the period of transition from primitive to advanced society appears to have been so short that it makes no kind of historical sense.
Technological skills that should have taken hundreds or even thousands of years to evolve were brought into use almost overnight, and with no apparent antecedents whatever.
For example, remains from the pre-dynastic period around 3500 BC show no trace of writing.
Soon after that date, quite suddenly and inexplicably, the hieroglyphs familiar from so many of the ruins of Ancient Egypt begin to appear in a complete and perfect state.
Far from being mere pictures of objects or actions, this written language was complex and structured at the outset, with signs that represented sounds only and a detailed system of numerical symbols.
Even the very earliest hieroglyphs were stylised and conventionalised.
And it is clear that an advanced cursive script was it common usage by the dawn of the First Dynasty.

( Graham Hancock )

You see, there are two flames burning in the human heart all the time.
The flame of anger against injustice, and the flame of hope you can build a better world.
And my job at 83 is going round and fanning both flames, because people need encouragement.
( Tony Benn )

Only in time of fear is government thrown back to its primitive and sole function of self-defence and the many interests of which it is the guardian become subordinate to that.
( Jane Addams )

What is remarkable is that there are no traces of evolution from simple to sophisticated, and the same is true of mathematics, medicine, astronomy and architecture and of Egypt’s amazingly rich and convoluted religio-mythological system (even the central content of such refined works as the Book of the Dead existed right at the start of the dynastic period).
The majority of Egyptologists will not consider the implications of Egypt’s early sophistication.
These implications are startling, according to a number of more daring thinkers.
John Anthony West, an expert on the early dynastic period, asks: How does a complex civilization spring full-blown into being?
Look at a 1905 automobile and compare it to a modern one.
There is no mistaking the process of ‘development’.
But in Egypt there are no parallels.
Everything is right there at the start.
The answer to the mystery is of course obvious but, because it is repellent to the prevailing cast of modern thinking, it is seldom considered.
Egyptian civilisation was not a ‘development’, it was a legacy.
( Graham Hancock )

Peace is the best security If this phrase of the “balance of power” is to be always an argument for war, the pretext for war will never be wanting, and peace can never be secure.
( John Bright )

Of the tyrant, spies and informers are the principal instruments.
War is his favorite occupation, for the sake of engrossing the attention of the people, and making himself necessary to them as their leader.
( Aristotle )

Languages And The Letter ‘J’.
Jacob, Joshua, James. Joseph, John, Judah, Jesus, Jethro, Judas, Jerusalem, Job, Jonah, are just a few of the many names beginning with the letter ‘J’ in the Bible ..
The letter “J” is relatively new, about 500 years old, and didn’t appear in the alphabets of the early languages such as Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Latin or Roman.
Which means that names beginning with the letter ‘J’ were probably spelled and pronounced differently.
It’s thought that the letter ‘J’ in ancient times was pronounced as the English letter ‘Y’.
There has been widespread confusion of this and related sounds in many Western European languages.
The ‘father’ of the letter ‘J’ is Gian Giorgio Trissino, an Italian author and grammarian who lived from 1478 to 1550.
The letter did not become widely used until the 17th century.
The concept of languages emerged about 10,000 years ago and it changed the course of humanity.
It is the use of languages that led to the development of human race and took us where we are today.
Although the origin of the first-ever language is highly debated, the oldest languages in the world and still in use, are Tamil, Sanskrit, and Egyptian, all over 5,000 years old.
( Wilfred Soon )

Just as Adam and Eve were driven out of the Garden, so were the four First Men of the Popol Vuh deprived of their ability to `see far’.
Thereafter ‘their eyes were covered and they could only see what was close’.
Both the Popol Vuh and Genesis therefore tell the story of mankind’s fall from grace.
In both cases, this state of grace was closely associated with knowledge, and the reader is left in no doubt that the knowledge in question was so remarkable that it conferred god-like powers on those who possessed it.
The Bible, adopting a dark and muttering tone of voice, calls it ‘the knowledge of good and evil’ and has nothing further to add.
The Popol Vuh is much more informative.
It tells us that the knowledge of the First Men consisted of the ability to see ‘things hidden in the distance’, that they were astronomers who ‘examined the four corners, the four points of the arch of the sky’, and that they were geographers who succeeded in measuring ‘the round face of the earth’.
Geography is about maps.
We saw evidence suggesting that the cartographers of an as yet unidentified civilisation might have mapped the planet with great thoroughness at an early date.
Could the Popol Vuh be transmitting some garbled memory of that same civilisation when it speaks nostalgically of the First Men and of the miraculous geographical knowledge they possessed?
Geography is about maps, and astronomy is about stars.
Very often the two disciplines go hand in hand because stars are essential for navigation on long sea-going voyages of discovery (and long sea-going voyages of discovery are essential for the production of accurate maps).
Is it accidental that the First Men of the Popol Vuh were remembered not only for studying ‘the round face of the earth’ but for their contemplation of ‘the arch of heaven’?
( Graham Hancock )

Everything we’ve been taught about the origins of civilisation may be wrong.
( Danny Hilman Natawidjaja, PhD, senior geologist with the Research Centre for Geotechnology at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences )

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