Optics: Racial Confrontations


Courtesy of the Washington Post

Judge Not, That You Be Not Judged

The Lincoln Memorial confrontation that happened this past weekend was everywhere on the news yesterday. The focus appeared to be on a white teenager in a MAGA cap standing in front of a Indigenous elder and smirking.

But it turns out that there was much more to this ‘event’. Read the CNN report here.

If anything, this should remind us all that the MSM’s agenda is to decide what we can see and what we can’t. If we had known that the perpetrators of the confrontation were members of a group called Black Hebrew Israelites, would we have been so quick to condemn the teenagers for their apparent lack of respect? I think not.

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Super Blood Wolf Moon


Last Night’s lunar eclipse taken with my cell phone.


Taken with my Nikon Coolpix L340 camera, this shows how the cold made me shake.

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Gun Control: problem – reaction – solution



In the United States the right to keep and bear arms is enshrined in the 2nd Amendment of their Constitution. This amendment was enacted to ensure that the people would be able to defend themselves in the event of an invasion by outside forces, or revolution from within their country.

To the rest of the world, this appears to be madness. If everyone bears arms, no wonder there are so many shootings, of individuals (gun violence) and random people (mass murder).

We need to look at this from their point of view.


When seemingly everybody is ‘packing’, the individual feels vulnerable. Think of the “Wild West”. If some ‘hombre’ told you to draw, your life may depend on the ability to do so. No gun, no life. It’s their whole way of life…

This also helps to explain the support from Trump’s MAGA slogan. It also speaks to their ‘need’ for a wall along their Southern border with Mexico. They are not secure in their beds at night.

It makes you wonder how they sleep.


The police and militia would prefer that there were no firearms except their own. But they know that it would take something drastic to change peoples’ minds about gun control. Hence the ‘problem – reaction – solution’ of mass shootings.

According to David Icke:

Mock drills involving gunmen at schools half an hour’s drive away were happening at the same time as the Sandy Hook incident; exercises happening at the same time and in the same airspace as the 9/ 11 attacks involving simulated hijacks and even included the scenario of a plane flown into a building; a mock emergency drill virtually the same as the real thing was happening at the same time as the London bombings of 2005; a Danish police bomb exercise ended only 20 minutes before the real one went off in the same vicinity in Oslo in 2011; a NATO terrorist exercise in Madrid concluded shortly before the train bombings in 2004; and a drill was happening at the same time and in the same place that the bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon in 2013. The Dark Knight Rises Batman movie was playing on its opening night at the theatre in Aurora and featured a shot of a map on which the only words you can read are ‘Sandy Hook’. Suzanne Collins, author of The Hunger Games trilogy, lives in Sandy Hook which is one heck of coincidence given that Sandy Hook is a village within a country of more than 300 million people. The bus that was bombed in London in 2005 carried an advertisement for a horror movie called The Descent which pictured a woman screaming in a tunnel alongside the words: ‘Outright terror, bold and brilliant’. The film won the Saturn Award for best horror film of the year. The Sandy Hook state of Connecticut is, like Colorado, a prime centre for secret society and satanic activity.

Icke, David. The Perception Deception – Part Two (Kindle Locations 9758-9770). David Icke Books Limited. Kindle Edition.

You don’t have to agree with him to see that something strange is going on.


I don’t have a ‘solution’ in the normal sense of that word. It would take a miracle to change what’s going on in the States.

Maybe they just need to follow the Golden Rule.

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It’s a Brand New Day!


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A Christmas Present


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Choose Wisely


Walls and Bridges (1975)

John Lennon’s fifth studio album featured songs that he’d written, recorded and released during the 18-month separation from his wife, Yoko Ono. The title says it all.

Whatever Gets You Thru The Night


Nobody Loves You (When You’re Down and Out)


#9 Dream



The idea that we can protect ourselves from pain by building a wall is obvious. What isn’t quite so obvious is that we also need to build bridges to help us find our way back home.

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Peace Symbol: Misappropriated or…



We’ve all seen the Peace Symbol. Did you know that it will be 61 years old on February 21 this year? It was first used by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) on a peace march from Trafalgar Square to Aldermaston in the UK. But that little logo would go on to be forever known as the Hippy Peace Sign: hippies didn’t exist in 1958…


Take a look at the semaphore letters D and N:

When combined, they make the image that we’ve all come to know and love. Nuclear Disarmament was a big deal in the 1960’s, but then the symbol became subsumed as a Hippy (“groovy, man”) shortcut.

Did you ever wonder why?


By the late 60’s, this symbol was everywhere: on VW buses, on tattoos, even on TV shows.

Was the fix in? Did the governments of the USA and the UK decide that if they couldn’t beat them, they’d join them instead? I like to think so. They made it a public joke.

Now everyone thinks ‘hippy’, not ‘nuclear disarmament’.

How’s that for a Mandela Effect?


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