FK – The point of the Kubrick film was the influence of E.T. intelligence on mankind.
Whether or not a particular species were predominately meat eaters or killers doesn’t change the fact that at some point, with or without help, we became those and have been doing it for millions of years.
It’s almost like someone was crafting us in their own vision, or image. But mainstream ‘scientists’ won’t touch that one with a 90 meter pole. Their paychecks and grants matter more than courage.
Perhaps the rivulets are still here, interbreeding with each other, what was once called ‘race.’ Oh, but hush, we can’t talk about that anymore…
Are they going to claim homo erectus started global warming before this is over?
The big question is when will mainstream scientists stop lying and when will we stop lying to ourselves?
FK – If we didn’t have ‘cheap food’ many would starve and have even worse health. Look at some of the pix from the not-so-good-ol-days. A lot of those people looked malnourished or ill. and they were the ones who could afford to buy a portrait.
A lot of this may go back to human transition to agriculture which allegedly happened only a few thousand years ago. Have our bodies evolved to deal with this diet yet? Do we want them to? I was surprised when I learned it’s only been a couple thousand years since some of us became lactose tolerant.
I grew up on a small farm and going to the redneck mecca and buying stuff trucked in from other places beats the hell out of hot days in the sun hoeing weeds.
I have no romantic illusions about that experience. Too bad many others don’t. But then my grandmother enjoyed gardening and many others do.
Our ancestors spent their time in and out of the shade, in forests or on savannahs, working, hunting, gathering in the cooler periods and resting betwixt and between. This is common sense.
I don’t trust the corporations any farther than I trust our evil governments. What they do to us needs to be laid at the feet of ‘we the people’ because the average dumbass isn’t doing his/her job in keeping them in line.
The evil ones are a small percentage of the population. The alleged ‘good’ sit on their asses waiting for the world to end allowing the bad to do their thing without retribution.
We have a representative republic, guaranteed to every state, not a democracy.
We have a Bill of Rights that acknowledges rights we are born with, not granted or created by any government.
We vote with the knowledge that voting is the most violent act anyone can participate in because voting is electing someone to hire someone to stick a government gun in our neighbors’ faces and force our version of reality on them at the threat of their very lives.
We stand ready to protect our Liberty and the Liberty of our neighbors, not destroy it, via any version of authoritarianism, of any age or place.
We are prepared with knowledge and force of arms to make war against and kill if necessary those who would destroy our Bill of Rights whether they represent domestic or foreign enemies.
We do not lie to ourselves, our families, our friends, our business associates, our descendants, our enemies, about these things and do not EVER tolerate those who would have us do so.
If the troops were fighting for our freedom they’d all be here.
There has long been and probably will always be an on-going argument over what ‘reality’ is. The key is we aren’t forced at the point of a gun into it. We have a Bill of Rights, the document that makes us exceptional, that acknowledges our natural born right to kill those who would do so.
FK – Much of human insanity derives from attempting to deal with real problems with the same old insanity we always have.
Or we invent new forms of insanity:
FK – ‘Psychological violence?’ That’s better and more insane than the rest of them. Does that mean they call out the cops they pretend to hate and have them commit violence against those who don’t speak the new correctly?
Where is this commie crap coming from? Who’s funding it?
The opposite of homogeneity is the goal: They want a population divided and dis-respecting each other.
All this reminds me of my 7th grade English teacher, a short slightly rotund black-haired demon of grammar. She always dressed in those polyester pant suits of the 70s and her face would literally turn pink when shaking her finger in the face of language offenders. Her mission in life was to prohibit her rural students from saying ‘ain’t’ and ‘disk-ed(as in what farmers do to a field).’ Now ain’t is in the dictionary. I don’t think disk-ed has made it yet.
FK – Sounds like the diamond cartel. And I can’t imagine anyone ‘loving’ glasses. I was forced to wear them from 3rd grade to 30 til I got my eyes fixed. Hated every second of it. But then maybe his vision isn’t as bad as mine was.
FK – It seems to me they’d have to have Star Trek like sensors to delve deep into the Earth and find out which rock is gonna move or give way next in order to ‘see’ an earthquake coming like we now see hurricanes and storm systems.