Niraj Soma Naik – You’re one of those people that likes to have everything perfectly organized, whether it’s your home, your schedule, your workspace, or your relationships. You like to try to see into the future to prevent horrible outcomes. You want to control situations so that they turn out positively for you, and you think that your way is always the correct way. You just can’t deal with upsetting changes or occurrences in your life because that means you’ve lost control. You often get told by others to “lighten up”, “chill out”, or “let loose.”
Organization is good. Preparation is good. And planning is also good. And being told by others to relax is probably one of the most annoying things ever. But, how do you know when these traits begin to get a little out of hand? Maybe it’s time to relax.
Jan Jekielek – On August 20, 2019 NBC and MSNBC published what they called an “investigative report” and dedicated hours of television screen time, (including the Rachel Maddow show) to attacking The Epoch Times. They spread misinformation and outright falsehoods, and led to a series of other media reports that did the same.
The basic idea of rehabilitation through imprisonment is that a person who has been incarcerated will never want to be sent back to prison after they have been set free. It is hoped that an inmate’s experiences while locked up will leave such a lasting impression that a former prisoner will do whatever it takes to avoid a second term.
Unfortunately, research has consistently shown that time spent in prison does not successfully rehabilitate most inmates, and the majority of criminals return to a life of crime almost immediately. Many argue that most prisoners will actually learn new and better ways to commit crimes while they are locked up with their fellow convicts. They can also make connections and become more deeply involved in the criminal world. (source)
Dr Faye Snyder – Ignorance is so convenient. But time’s up. We all have a choice to make, and hopefully, it will be an informed one.
I disagree with Farrell’s “Q is a psyop” statement as well as his solution to the problem. Other than that, great article! Well worth the read – Gillian
Joseph P Farrell – The Fake News is in the Fake News once again. Or rather, artificial intelligence may be in the Fake News. This shouldn’t be surprising, as we’ve seen articles about new technologies that can simulate virtually anyone saying or doing anything. But this story, shared by T.S., should sober even the most skeptical:
A couple of days ago I blogged about robots replacing humans, even as clergy in a kind of “robo-religion”, and how robots are already being quietly and indirectly taxed. But imagine the news being written by an artificial intelligence (and being read by a robo-“anchor-person” on camera). It’s not too far off: Continue reading “AI And Fake News (And “Q”)”→