Precipice

The elite. Who are they?  Who is this mysterious class we envision in our prejudicial minds and which we define according to our private hierarchy of economic values? The elites who lorded over us in ages past should be known as The Elite. Popularly they were a rarefied class of people whose exclusiveness flaunted immense…

The perils of temptation

One of the earliest lessons I learned was the cautionary warning, “don’t tempt fate.” While not pragmatic on a karmic level, the phrase also has ramifications for real life. Use wisdom when arriving at choices, think about the future. Don’t be myopic.  Humbly consider all the possibilities that might ensue from your actions, now. On…

The noose in the sand

Do you feel the noose tightening? Joe dissolves the “deadline” and the Taliban cements it. The chaos of evacuation gives way to a cold hard incontrovertible dilemma. Tweet The Taliban digs in and the noose in the sand is tightening around America’s neck, again. The first test of our pandemic mettle.  Endless wars, endless variants.…

The Lollapalooza vaccine-resistant Variant’s doomsday festival

A real mouthful in this day and age of many such babbles. I’m slightly fixated on variant names, I’ll admit. It’s my pet compulsion, sorry. The Greek letter convention absolves guilt and responsibility. If a variant is born in a nation or region, it is largely indicative of a cultural failing.  I don’t care what…

Mandatory vaccination’s path to dystopian prosperity

A temporal thought experiment in which I play Nostradamus. There’s another pandemic wave afoot that has nothing to do with viral spread. It’s a “surge,” if you will, an insidious assault that is subtly calibrated with a culture-shattering goal.  There’s a tidal wave of vaccination porn directed at us.  The conformist, guilt-inducing pressure is on. …

Billy Chemirmir, old people-killer before COVID-19 was cool

There’s a standard truism we’ve heard in various incarnations and formats. It goes, generically, “You can tell a lot about a person by the way he treats those who can do nothing for him.” This can be extended, in some fashion, to explicate the manner in which society treats it elders. Those unglamorous octogenarians with…

Bernice Mirembe chose badly

The first time I heard this dry truism was in college. I believe it was either a psychology or sociology class and the subject under discussion was heredity and genetics and the dooming nature of our parental inheritance. “Choose your parents wisely,” the professor quipped. The implication being that you might avoid the multitude of…

Marcus Anthony Eriz and Wynne Lee arrested for murder of Aiden Leos. Are these the monsters?

Arrested.  (Related to my post last week) There’s the understandable clampdown on personal info or photos. Eriz Marcus Anthony, 24, and Lee Wynne, 23, were taken into custody outside their home in Costa Mesa, “for the shooting death of six-year-old Aiden Leos”, said the California Highway Patrol (CHP). Their relationship was not immediately known. But,…

It’s not the Great Reset, it’s the Great Regress

As the oldsters repetitively creak each generation, what is the world coming to? I’ll tell you what the world is coming to: it’s coming to shit. Entropy, dissociative cacophony of top heavy society egotistically sieving its wonts and demands through the shrinking funnels that intubate each subsequent generation, gradually intensifying the dense matter of modern…