Fahrenheit 451 Predicted People Would Demand Tyranny

In Bradbury’s dystopia, thinking was not welcome. Even front porches were eliminated. One of Montag’s young neighbors explained why: “People sat there sometimes at night, talking when they wanted to talk, rocking, and not talking when they didn’t want to talk. Sometimes they just sat there and thought about things, turned things over… they didn’t want people sitting like that, doing nothing, rocking, talking; that was the wrong kind of social life. People talked too much. And they had time to think.”

If We Don’t Learn From History…

This post is a sort of an exercise. It assumes that what we are being told about the COVID crises is accurate, true, and for our own good. As you’ll see, as is the case with most psychopathic institutions, the PTB can’t keep their story straight and are hoping we will not even look back at recent history in our analysis of HTWRW (how the world really works).

Strong metro newspapers are seizing the opportunity to expand their footprint well beyond their home base

After decades of newspaper industry contraction, publications based in Boston, Minneapolis and Charleston are growing to nearby cities. (Editor’s note: I bet that certain cryptos are funding this. Newspapers are dying and in the UK the government had to ask the public to please buy a newspaper because their owners are going bankrupt. They also asked to turn off ad blockers so mainstream online newspapers can earn money – THAT is how desperate they really are. Search: “Brits urged to buy a paper as industry grapples with ‘biggest ever crisis’”)