The thoughts of people who think about thinking.

Everyday Virtue | Paterson & David Foster Wallace

There is no experience you have a had that you are not at the absolute center of the world that you experience is in front of you. Other people’s thoughts and feelings have to be communicated to you, but yours are right there. That loneliness is not a function of solitude That sometimes human beings have to just sit in one place and, like, hurt That there is such a thing as raw, unalloyed, agenda-less kindness

On My Honor

I promise to do my best, to do my duty to my god, and to the preservation of life on Earth. To help other people and to live for kindness, justice, and equality.

Concentration of Wealth and Power

Noam Chomsky

10 reasons why America is not a democracy, is a horrible place to live, is causing mass distress, and is killing children and adults alike, both in America and in foreign nations.

Getting in Trouble

All my life I've been getting in trouble and been afraid of getting in trouble. I'm not afraid anymore and you can't be either, because we really need your help.

I hadn’t been using my blog because I was afraid to, afraid of what would happen if I wrote about what I was thinking. When I was 18 I used to write about getting tattoos and making money to get tattoos. These days I write about the atrocities committed by the American Empire both locally and globally, I write in protest to a system so corrupted by power that its current course is set on destroying all life as we know it.

Do Justice, Love Kindness, Walk Humbly

A society founded on the values of justice, kindness, and equality, would be radically different to our dominant capitalist culture.

This society which praises capitalism for its efficiency in driving progress, justifies the destruction of life under the claim it has permission of both the people and God. These justifications are not only unacceptable, they’re also lies. The dominant culture is driven by neither Democratic or Christian values which it pays so much lip service to. Democracy and Christianity are frameworks for creating equality among people, in theory. In practice the dominant forms of Democracy and Christianity have been co-opted by the powerful to serve as tools that concentrate wealth and power to reward themselves and punish everyone else.

The World Doesn't Owe You Anything!

Jordan Shanks

An Internet legend from down under, helping you, help your mindset. Also me randomly commenting on his video.

Is There an Alternative to Political Correctness?

The Paradox of Tolerance

The Open Society and Its Enemies, Philosopher Karl Popper