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True Revolution

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A radical change in human behavior away from its patterns of oppression, exploitation, war and ecocide will necessarily involve a drastic transformation in humanity’s relationship with thought. I’ve been saying this over and over again in different ways for a long time now, and yet I still get criticisms saying that I have useful insights but I don’t provide any plan of action.

The transformation in human consciousness is the plan of action. I really don’t know how to say it any clearer than that. And I will go so far as to say that that it is the only plan of action which will pull us out of our destructive patterns and into a healthy state of collaboration with each other and with our ecosystem. Unless we radically change the way we function above the neck, we will keep killing, consuming and destroying like a bunch of mindless automatons until everything is dead. I really don’t see any other way out of this.

I understand the criticism, though. When people read about the problem of capitalist ecocide and oligarchic strangulation, they don’t want to hear a bunch of stuff about mass ego death and spiritual enlightenment, they want to hear about nationwide demonstrations or organizing the working class or forming a new political party or cryptocurrencies or ending the Federal Reserve, or something along those lines depending on where they believe the problem is localized. In general, they want a fairy tale about people coming together to effect drastic, sweeping changes and turn the status quo on its head, which they will do because something something reasons, cough cough.

Seriously, why do people think revolution happens? Why do they believe their ideas have a chance of winning out over the existing paradigm? There are many who espouse dissident opinions more as a sort of ideological fashion statement than because they actually want to change the world, but presumably a lot of the people promoting Marxism, libertarianism, anarchism etc are doing so because they genuinely would like to see a world in which the status quo is overturned and replaced with something more wholesome. But why would that happen? Why would millions or billions of people overturn existing power structures and replace the current system with something drastically different in a world where plutocrats buy up massive amounts of media influence to convince everyone to keep everything the same?

It doesn’t seem like many proponents of revolution and change have really thought about this very much. They have a good idea, and they can envision a world in which that idea is implemented, but getting from the idea to its manifestation seems like it’s often a jumbled mess in a lot of dissidents’ minds, not unlike the “Phase 1: Collect underpants / Phase 2: ??? / Phase 3: Profit” model of the Underpants Gnomes from South Park. Most dissident voices I see are primarily interested in Phase 1, and to a much lesser extent in Phase 3. Phase 2 is what I’m interested in, and in my opinion it necessarily involves a drastic shift in human consciousness.

People are not going to deviate from their patterns and suddenly begin shrugging off ruling power structures for no reason. Revolutions historically happen for one of two reasons: (1) things get sufficiently bad to make people lash out against their government out of sheer desperation, and/or (2) people are manipulated into revolting by other powerful forces. Historically neither of these things ever lead to the creation of a stable, beneficent government that takes good care of its citizens or the world, so neither will be sufficient for creating a world in which humanity takes good care of itself and its environment, and even if that were not the case it’s unlikely that either will ever be allowed to occur by an establishment so powerful and skillful at manipulation as the US-centralized empire.

So if there is to be a people’s revolution which is effective in both (A) removing our oligarchic oppressors from power and (B) leading to the creation of a healthy, harmonious new paradigm, it will necessarily come from a place that is historically unprecedented. It will involve people rising up against existing power structures not because things got so bad they had no choice, nor because they were manipulated into it by other rival power structures, but because people realized collectively that it is in their best interests to do so.

This would require a level of wisdom and insight that the majority of human beings simply do not possess right now. Right now, most people are very easily manipulated into advancing establishment interests by plutocrat-controlled media, and until that changes there will never be an effective and beneficial revolution. For that to change, humanity is going to have to shed its ubiquitous habit of creating mental egoic patterns which make us susceptible to manipulation via fear, greed, and herd mentality.

This doesn’t mean that the existing systems of capitalism and government aren’t going to have to change; of course they’ll have to change. But they’re not going to change unless we find a way to wake up from the deeply conditioned egoic patterns which are the norm in the world we were born into. We’ll keep repeating and repeating the same old patterns in whatever way we’ve been conditioned to until we either go the way of the dinosaur or find a way to transcend our conditioning.

So yes, true revolution means abandoning the insane strategy of endless economic expansion in a world made up of finite space and resources, but it also means seeing through the illusory nature of our sense of self and ceasing to believe the babbling mental narratives which are premised upon it. Yes, true revolution means ceasing the worldwide frantic, futile scramble to do what ever it takes in order to get the right kind of numbers in our bank account so we don’t starve to death in an arbitrary economic system based on imaginary bureaucratic fiat, but it also means bringing our unconscious coping mechanisms into consciousness and healing our childhood traumas. Yes, true revolution means organizing and engaging in politics and creating new systems together, but it also means learning to really love the most tender, guarded parts of ourselves which we used to leave unattended running on autopilot in our subconscious mental processes.

I firmly believe that we are capable of such a collective awakening, and there are experts in the field of inner transformation who claim to have observed signs that such an awakening may be underway. Teachers like Eckhart TolleAdyashanti and Jac O’Keefe all say something is very different in their field of work, and individuals are now having an easier time awakening from egoic consciousness than they used to. Spontaneous shifts are becoming commonplace to the point where teachers like Tony Parsons now center their entire body of teaching around the possibility of snapping out of one’s old perceptual frame of reference without engaging in any spiritual practices at all.

Of this potential for large scale awakening, Tolle says the following:

“I see signs that it is already happening. For the first time there is a large scale awakening on our planet. Why now? Because if there is no change in human consciousness now, we will destroy ourselves and perhaps the planet. The insanity of the collective egoic mind, amplified by science and technology, is rapidly taking our species to the brink of disaster. Evolve or die: that is our only choice now. Without considering the Eastern world, my estimate is that at this time about ten percent of people in North America are already awakening. That makes thirty million Americans alone, and in addition to those people in other North American countries, about ten percent of the population of Western European countries are also awakening. This is probably enough of a critical mass to bring about a new earth. So the transformation of consciousness is truly happening even though they won’t be reporting it on tonight’s news. Is it happening fast enough? I am hopeful about humanity’s future, much more so now than when I wrote The Power of Now. In fact that is why I wrote that book. I really wasn’t sure that humanity was going to survive. Now I feel differently. I see many reasons to be hopeful.”

There aren’t many people who’d be in a position to say if human consciousness has been making a marked shift over the last few years, but Tolle, who interfaces with that information constantly as an essential part of his work as a spiritual teacher, is certainly one of them.

So there are reasons to believe it is possible for us to pull up from our omnicidal, ecocidal, exploitative trajectory and create something new together. We may pass this test yet. But even if I’m wrong about that, what the hell else are we going to do? What better chance do we have, and what more productive way is there to spend one’s time on this earth than coming to a deep and abiding insight into your true nature? From my point of view, the front lines of the revolution are in our own consciousness here and now, not as some intriguing marginal facet of the battle for humanity, but as its source, its heart, and its apex.

Know thyself, oh rebel. Know thyself and save the world.

Caitlin Johnstone



38 Comments on "True Revolution"

  1. Here we go again on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 8:43 am 

    Sure, and I expect Jesus to come at any time,
    He promised….

  2. onlooker on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 10:23 am 

    The change in consciousness was needed when they’re was still time to change the course of our societies to ones much more sustainable and stable and in solidarity. Now, the condition of the deep overshoot of our environmental carrying capacity with resource shortages and climate change effects becoming ever more acute, will ignite a Collapse mode that will overwhelm any proactive measure we might take. All we can hope for is after this epic upheaval, what humans survive will retain some technology and will adopt cooperation rather than competition as its way of functioning.

  3. JuanP on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 10:42 am 

    LOL

  4. Davy on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 11:08 am 

    Behavior is the key not technology to what is just ahead. Technology is part of the solution and the problem. The solution is adaptation and mitigation of something that is too far along. The problem is a species out of scale to its planetary ecosystem. We are not going to fix this problem. There are too many people and not enough time but we can make the road a little less bumpy. I would also say this awakening is at the bottom with individuals, groups, and small communities. I seriously doubt in this market based capitalistic world of competitive cooperation among diverse peoples we are ever going to arrive at a suitable plan. The best thing the top can do is try to limit its damage and get out of the way of those grass root efforts that can make a difference in small ways in small places. Behavior is changing and we can thank the internet for that. Behavior is also getting worse and that is also from the internet. If you can move to where the attitudes are better not worse. Hopefully where you find better attitudes you also find a better location with a future. Those of us studying the decline of our modern civilization and planetary system know those locations with a future and those with danger ahead. We also know the attitudes that are sustainable and show resilience to decline. You likely have a decade or less to make these changes. It takes a decade to make these changes. I know because I have been doing them now going on 2 decades. It is a process and once you start on it your behavior will modify accordingly. Start now and beat the rush.

  5. onlooker on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 11:23 am 

    Good post Davy especially the comment referencing the Net

  6. Orion...the other one. on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 11:46 am 

    Weed is the answer!

  7. "Lucifer" on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 1:46 pm 

    The world is not going to be saved by anyone or anything, its to late for that now. My advice which is free just this once, is to plan ahead now for the coming collapse. If you can’t or won’t do that, then you can always embrace me and all the bad things you have done in life will be forgotten.

  8. boney joe on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 4:17 pm 

    “I know because I have been doing them now going on 2 decades. It is a process and once you start on it your behavior will modify accordingly.”

    What a feeble attempt at sarcastic humor. DavyTurd If you represent the end result of a 2 decades long transformation, cancer would be a better option.

    What a sad little clown :(……

  9. Davy on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 4:53 pm 

    Boney Greg t BUSTED. Lol

  10. Anonymouse1 on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 5:36 pm 

    The only thing ‘busted’, is the connections between the neurons in that pea-brain of yours, dumbass.

    LOl

  11. Sissyfuss on Mon, 8th Oct 2018 6:36 pm 

    What will wake the masses is the collapse of Industrial Civilization and the requisite die-off of 90% of the populace. A true transformation of consciousness will take place when so many will go from being aware to nothingness.

  12. Cloggie on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 12:14 am 

    Scotland and Brexit: no-deal break from London. A Scottish 2nd Brexit referendum to be used as an excuse to blow up the UK

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-6254677/RICHARD-LITTLEJOHN-Labours-four-day-week-pledge-Talk-future.html

    The SNP declares it backs a second referendum on Brexit, but no longer sees any need to hold a second independence referendum before taking Scotland out of the UK.

    The UK goes local.

    https://www.euratlas.net/history/europe/400/index.html
    https://www.euratlas.net/history/europe/1100/index.html
    https://www.euratlas.net/history/europe/1700/index.html

  13. Cloggie on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 12:19 am 

    What will wake the masses is the collapse of Industrial Civilization and the requisite die-off of 90% of the populace.

    “mass-awakening with 90% dead”

    You need a new text-writer, Syss.

  14. Antius on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 2:24 am 

    Cloggie is obsessed with the prospect of breaking up and destroying the country that dared to turn its back on his pan-European dream, a.k.a the EU extortion racket. I doubt it will happen; although you can trust the British government to screw up just about anything.

    I get the feeling that he isn’t going to like the next 25 years. The coming financial crisis is likely to be worse than the Great Depression of the 1930s. I doubt that anyone will even remember Brexit in 25 years against the backdrop of poverty and political upheaval that will stem from the Great Depression of 2020.

  15. Davy on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 3:53 am 

    neder and billy are in for a rude awakening with their binary stories of “we are great and you are going to be destroyed”. Those with a balanced education and good life experiences know this is not how life works. These two deny the news and the problems they have and mine the news for the worst to cherry pick a story. This is a story it is not reality. I am not dismissing much of what they say about the US and the west. It is bad out there but this is global not confined to a particular region. I am discrediting the ugly and distorted package. This is the same shit that was done in the 20th century by bad actors. No coincidence both these guys are old. They are a product of the past and now in their old age suffering hardening of their arteries. Old people lose the ability to adapt their thinking and they settle into hard positions.

  16. deadly on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 5:31 am 

    I like the article. It’s good.

    You say you want a revolution, well, ya know, you better free your mind instead – The Beatles

    Whoever they are.

  17. Cloggie on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 5:47 am 

    Hillary accuses Putin of meddling in US elections… and in Brexit!

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6253875/Hillary-Clinton-hits-Russia-says-democracy-siege.html

    I would agree with la Hillary that Putin did indeed wanted to see Trump win (Putin admitted as much) and that Putin, as a self-declared Gaullist…

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2017/12/03/paris-berlin-moscow/

    …wants to push Britain out of the EU… in order to take its place.

    Where I differ with Clinton is that I fail to see how Putin could have significantly influenced US elections. 100 paid social media Kremlin trolls cannot have that much of an influence. Trump won on his own merit playing into white fears. It was a white backlash indeed.

    Brexit is different:

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jun/16/arron-banks-nigel-farage-leave-brexit-russia-connection

  18. Anontarded1 on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 6:17 am 

    muh putin, mu Xi, muh hypersonic
    whatever stop stealing my supertards tech.
    have some shame, stop it. not a week went by without these excellent people stealing my supertards tech

    my supertard elon will launch military equipment and manned flights soon. if you want your rd-180 you can keep it.

  19. Anontarded1 on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 6:18 am 

    thank you supertard elon and all supertards working at spaceX. thank you supertards (pbuh, swt). my supertards will make america #1

  20. Anontarded1 on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 6:24 am 

    supertard elon, sorry for losing heather heard. i’m sure you’ll find a better woman! i sure hope so. if you need us to pay the jizya so you can have moar ammo for your multiple auto keltect for entertainment please let us know. we thank you for your help in america defense. to all spacex supertards out there, i’m sure you’ll have time to find exellent women.

    please also support supertard cody wilson. if you’re a hot fem and legal you could help in other ways. please let him know i sent you, he is a very good defender of liberty.

  21. Anontarded1 on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 6:28 am 

    my supertard cody wilson will always widening the gap of spirit of america vs muh putin or muh xi oppressive states. you can sing praises all day long but you’ll come to america to steal our supertards tech. our supertards at spacex will always pushing limits.

  22. Antius on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 6:34 am 

    “A radical change in human behavior away from its patterns of oppression, exploitation, war and ecocide will necessarily involve a drastic transformation in humanity’s relationship with thought. I’ve been saying this over and over again in different ways for a long time now, and yet I still get criticisms saying that I have useful insights but I don’t provide any plan of action.”

    Might I suggest genetic engineering? There never seems to be a shortage of arrogant Marxists that think they can change human nature through some sort of cultural revolution. They appear to learn nothing from history.

  23. Anontarded1 on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 11:43 am 

    ok antiustard, i’m tired of alt-tard media starting with a natural assumption and argue their political positions from that standpoint. how’s virgin bribe? i’m sick of it and supertards experiencing alt-tard media fatigue.

    ^mm^’s ears goina perk up becuase you need to be consistent and submit to nature, one aspect of it is the superiority of the blaq d*ck.

    i’ve been telling you tards islam is not genetic but now the killing is almost genetic. ideas can change nature permanently. the muslims know no defeat, never learn defeat.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hs8HsoOIVZc

    this on the fresh news of recent revelations of our supertards, my supertards taking heed to islam call that it is a religion of pieces on ISIS

  24. Sissyfuss on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 1:44 pm 

    Clyster, the 10% percent that survive will be massively awakened.

  25. makati1 on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 7:49 pm 

    Davy has no refs just worn out putdowns. Perhaps the “age” you keep using as a putdown is really experience and wisdom that comes from living a long life. My stepdad is 94 and has more experience with living in a depression than anyone on this board. I may not have all of the answers, but I have more than most and definitely more than the delusional Missouri goat farmer.

    I take my stepdad’s advice, not that of some 50 something delusionist or 30 year old suicidal kid who never lived in a US that was 3rd world. I learned much from my grand parents who did live thru the great depression and raised four kids at the time. That wisdom and experience was worth more than any ten thousand bullshit pieces spewed out by the US MSM propaganda mills.

    Perspective. Always perspective. Americans have no perspective. It is always exceptional us vs everyone else. They cannot accept that they are going to suffer more than anyone else because they have so much to lose and are not ready for what is coming. Ditto for much of the West and their wannabees. That is about 1/5 of the total world population. The other 4/5 will move on after. The West will not.

  26. Davy on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 8:02 pm 

    “Davy has no refs just worn out putdowns.”
    Says the dumbass without references and putting down people. Standard hypocritical billy just another day.

    “Perhaps the “age” you keep using as a putdown is really experience and wisdom that comes from living a long life. My stepdad is 94 and has more experience with living in a depression than anyone on this board.”
    Billy that does not mean you have much life left living in the third world with no family or health insurance.

  27. makati1 on Tue, 9th Oct 2018 11:40 pm 

    Davy, you could die today, or be killed. I have already survived two accidents that could have killed me. I may die in one next week, but not likely.

    As for my life expectancy, my mom lived to be 90. My dad to be 88. My aunts and uncles lived well into their late 80s. I am in very good health for 74. No meds required. BP in the safe zone, no other problems showing up in my med tests which I have done here every year at a total cost of $100. So, chances are very good that I have 10-20 more years. Maybe more. I will probably outlive you.

    You, on the other hand, live in a country where ‘deathcare’ is the name of the game and pollution is in every breath you take, every drink of water, every bite of food. In the US, ~100 people a day die in car accidents. thousands more are crippled.

    US healthcare will disappear when the SHTF. So will the social safety nets Americans rely on, even SS. (And, yes, I am prepared if that happens.) Your neighbors are more likely to kill you than mine kill me when times get rough.

    Different culture. Yours is an insane, warring, gun culture. Here there is still sanity and cohesiveness as a community. The ability to survive and prosper under stress with little or no ‘luxuries’ that Americans feel are necessities. I will not only survive, but enjoy the years I have left. Will you?

  28. DerHundistLos on Wed, 10th Oct 2018 12:13 am 

    The cost of healthcare in the Phils is a fraction of the cost in the US, and the quality of care is exceptional as well. There is no wait time and docs. Doctors respond to patient needs by making house calls (a practice that died in the US in the 1960s). Finally, the cost of medication is substantially less.
    For these reasons, the Phils has a large “medical tourism” business. Foreigners, including many from the US, travel to the Phils for surgery, where patients enjoy US trained docs and state of the art hospitals with excellent, round the clock care. All of this healthcare is delivered at asubstantial discount to US prices.

    This is what I read in a report about medical tourism. Since makati1 lives in the Phils, please feel free to correct any of this information/

  29. makati1 on Wed, 10th Oct 2018 12:43 am 

    DerHundistLos, You are correct on all points. For example:
    Specialist doctor visit: $12
    Chest X-ray: $5
    Medical exam: $50 – $100
    Hospital: $50 per day
    Root canal and crown: $150
    Dentist visit: $12
    Most meds are generic and cost pennies. If you need a new, American made one, you will pay less than in the US but it will not be cheap. Generic Antibiotic – $2/pill. American antibiotic – $10 and up per pill. Same thing, different label.

    Check out these three hospitals:

    https://www.makatimed.net.ph/
    https://maniladoctors.com.ph/
    https://www.stlukes.com.ph/

    The quality of care is equal to, or better than, any in the US.

    When any family member has to check into a hospital here, or needs extensive medical care, the whole extended family chips in to pay the bill. THAT is why I say the Ps is going to fare much better when the SHTF than the US. Togetherness.

  30. Davy on Wed, 10th Oct 2018 5:28 am 

    “Davy, you could die today, or be killed. I have already survived two accidents that could have killed me. I may die in one next week, but not likely.”
    No shit, stupid.

    “As for my life expectancy, my mom lived to be 90. My dad to be 88. My aunts and uncles lived well into their late 80s. I am in very good health for 74. No meds required. BP in the safe zone, no other problems showing up in my med tests which I have done here every year at a total cost of $100. So, chances are very good that I have 10-20 more years. Maybe more. I will probably outlive you.”
    Billy, you have regurgitated that family history 100 times likely because you are obsessed with the idea of a long life. The facts are when you get to 80 bad things happen. You don’t have options for the really bad things there in the P’s as much as you like to think so. You will be back in a nursing home in the states in a few years. Time flies when you are old.

    “You, on the other hand, live in a country where ‘deathcare’ is the name of the game and pollution is in every breath you take, every drink of water, every bite of food. In the US, ~100 people a day die in car accidents. thousands more are crippled.”
    Pretty sure where I live is 100 times safer than you with less population. I have excellent health care and am in good health. I have 20 years on you so no you will likely go first stupid.

    “US healthcare will disappear when the SHTF. So will the social safety nets Americans rely on, even SS. (And, yes, I am prepared if that happens.) Your neighbors are more likely to kill you than mine kill me when times get rough.”
    We are doing well enough here, billy. You would not know being lost in your obsessive internet mind games. You are just trying to justify your move so far away and got lost in the game. You left a family and a place with a future for some hole in the wall 3rd world country town on the Pacific coast ready for the next super typhoon

    “Different culture. Yours is an insane, warring, gun culture. Here there is still sanity and cohesiveness as a community. The ability to survive and prosper under stress with little or no ‘luxuries’ that Americans feel are necessities. I will not only survive, but enjoy the years I have left. Will you?”
    Just wait until the food shortages start then you will wonder about “different culture”. Your P’s has 16 times the population as my state with around the same GDP and less than twice the area. That tells your story!
    https://tinyurl.com/yc8ehp9q

  31. Richard Guenette on Wed, 10th Oct 2018 6:47 pm 

    People need to take ownership of their own lives, take responsibility for their actions (good or bad) and stop making excuses or blaming people for their problems.

  32. makati1 on Wed, 10th Oct 2018 7:20 pm 

    Davy is still spewing long-winded, irrelevant posts, trying to refute the irrefutable. I don’t read them, even if they have my name on them. Pure bullshit trying to support the dying US and put down anywhere else on the planet that is better.

    Many places on the planet ARE better, and I live in one of them. Nothing in the last 10+ years has proved me wrong. Nothing I see now will make me go back to the US Police State other than to visit, and those visits will be few or none at all. I now live in truly free country. The US is no-longer one.

  33. Richard Guenette on Wed, 10th Oct 2018 7:34 pm 

    Davy is out of touch with reality.

  34. Davy on Thu, 11th Oct 2018 5:54 am 

    gregt = boney joe = Richard Guenette, pretty obvious. I might be wrong on the gregt but whoever this sock is it is Canadian. The “already and pal” is classic gregT speak. Richard has not given away his puppeteer yet but his post are similar to boney joe in their focus. Maybe a-none1 is the puppeteer. He is obsessed with me and socks and an uneducated Canadian millennial. Could also be the nederlander because he played the sum sock for a time. LOL, neder the IT puppeteer with too much time on his hands. In any case Richard is irrelevant and will disappear soon just as boney joe did.

  35. Davy on Thu, 11th Oct 2018 5:58 am 

    “Davy is still spewing long-winded, irrelevant posts, trying to refute the irrefutable.”
    What is da madder billy? Lol. Do my post upset you? I am able to make long posts instead of your “slip slidin, beat goes on, and nuff said”. Wow, that is intellectual billy.

    “I don’t read them, even if they have my name on them. Pure bullshit trying to support the dying US and put down anywhere else on the planet that is better.”
    There we go again with billy saying he ignores me. He reads everything I say because he is obsessed with me. He can’t figure out how to shake me. Billy just tell the truth and you will not be moderated.

  36. boney joe on Thu, 11th Oct 2018 9:11 am 

    Disappeared DavyDonaldTurd (DDT) NEVER so long as you are around. I enjoy calling out your hypocrisy and lies.

    The difference is I have a life that involves responsibilities and obligations whereas you are trolling this site 24/7, between your fantasy farm chores- what a joke.

    You are one nasty fuck, that’s for sure.

  37. boney joe on Thu, 11th Oct 2018 9:15 am 

    Hi Richard Guenette-

    Your observations regarding Davy are spot on accurate. Just keep in mind that half or more of what he says is pure crap that he pulls out of his fat ass.

    DavyDonaldTurd (DDT) is this site’s most consistent and reliable liar and hypocrite. At least he does something well….

    DDT, your thoughts reflect and project perfectly like a mirror; the subconscious perceptions that are held about the Self. What you fail to comprehend is your incessant assaults and postings are a perfect reflection of your present state of mind and how you feel about yourself on the inside. Your resentment, anger and desire for revenge reveal anger and contempt of yourself, rooted in jealously, fear, and a sense of failure with who you are, questioning your ability to aptly compete with others.

    DDT, use this knowledge to become more self-aware and introspective. By doing so, you can diffuse inner conflict and confusion and become a pacifist of the mind rather than a bellicose, xenophobic, and hateful Trumptard of the mind.

    DavyDonaldTurd (DDT), clean-up your act, now, before it’s too late. The clock is ticking, and the hour is late.

  38. Davy on Thu, 11th Oct 2018 9:53 am 

    Two Canadian socks talking to each other. That is a first for this board. GregT. I didn’t think you had it in you “pal”, “already”. Maybe it is a-none1. He swore up and down Boney Joe was not Gregt. That is kind of like arsonist do when fires are investiigated and why they are often caught.

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