When things are investigated, knowledge is extended. When knowledge is extended, the will becomes sincere. When the will is sincere, the mind is correct. When the mind is correct, the self is cultivated. -- Confucius
Politically correct ideals are garbage: true wisdom comes from decades of deep thought and neutral observation. Only a so-called sociopath could ascertain wisdom from this crazy world in a neutral way. Cool thoughts- uncorrupted by modern politics, social norms, or societal ideals- are required for wisdom. Questioning everything, and going against the grain on all universally accepted norms is the path to true intelligence. The Gods notice this.


Toys from Torture

REAL (i.e. <disturbing>) video below shows the origin of toys like those pictured above; though it mentions Canada it is also legal to sell domestic animal fur in the USA. 


Read Slowly so you can Understand.....

There is a naturally occurring poison that was first developed and mass produced for use in trench warfare in WWI. It worked really well for killing people, and after the war it was used as an ingredient in rat poison. Then Hitler and later Stalin both used it to put into their countries' water, so it would cause slow loss of intelligence and gradual stupor. Higher doses were put into the water supplies of prisoner camps, to keep them obedient.

Now fast forward to post WWII. The need for uranium mining to build atomic weapons increases greatly. A by-product of uranium production is a poisonous gas- the same one we are already talking about here. The mining industry has no idea what to do with all this toxic waste. It also was a by-product of steel and aluminum processing. Aluminum is needed to enrich uranium...So they do what any American corporation would do: they find a way to get rid of it for free, and even make a profit to boot! All they had to do was pay off the Public Health Service. Then, they paid one single doctor to say that this poison was healthy for you, even though there were already major studies showing the opposite was true.

Now, it is 1950. After the claim is made that it is safe enough for children even, another lie is invented: that it is good for you to ingest! So they start selling it to municipalities to dump into their water supplies. Now, nearly sixty years later, about 2/3 of all American tap water is infused with this poison gas. School test scores have gone down. Crime has gone up. Illnesses of all sorts, especially serious maladies such as cancer, have increased greatly. And something is amiss with the way Americans think and act nowadays...

They believe the first thing they hear automatically. Proving it wrong later yields a stupefied daze, followed by denial. Rationalization, common sense, and high intelligence quotient are no longer widespread. There are even t.v. shows about how stupid Americans are. (Ask the person on the street three easy questions- rare indeed is it that someone gets any of them right). Look at the decline of the school curricula. For a really good snapshot of majority mindset, read comments on web zines and forums. How many can spell; how many have a clue about the subject they are spouting off about?

When did all this begin? Right after the poisoning of the water. Now it is called a 'conspiracy theory' by the corporate controlled / govt. censored media. Since the govt. said it is not true, it is hard for the poisoned minds of the populace to accept any different info on this. But the proof is out there, and pretty easy to find as well. Just try to force yourself to read something you are sure you will not believe. Then sit and think on it for a while. If it conflicts with what you have been told before, it is okay. Look into it further. Prove me wrong. Using sources that reference one another in circles do not count. Go to the studies; the doctors. Here are a few starting places:

link one (read story and check links)
link two (read reviews)
link three (read related articles and check links)(then use tool on page)
link four (use this info at some point)
link five (watch a few of these)

(c) james platt