“This is not fiction,” Dick D’Amato told Jesse Marcel Jr. as they sat in a secure room below the Capitol. D’Amato was pointing at Whitley Strieber’s book “Majestic” sitting on the conference room table which talked about the 1947 UFO crash at Roswell, and the Top Secret group known as Majestic 12 that had been formed to keep the extraterrestrial secret.
D’Amato was a lawyer working as an assistant to the Senate Appropriations Committee and it’s Chairman Senator Robert Byrd. In 1991 Byrd had provided D’Amato with every clearance necessary and the power of the United States Congress behind him to go to Area 51 and find out if the Appropriations Committee was unknowingly financing back engineering of flying saucers.
Asked by Marcel when he was going to let the people know, D’Amato stated, “If it were up to me I would have done it yesterday. I’m just here to investigate the costs of keeping it secret. In reality there is a shadow government, and they have control of the debris. They answer to no one. They are not elected and they have unlimited funds to spend. They’re the ones who have it. They are the ones who have control over it.”"
tony abbott and his gremlins aren’t ignorant or short-sighted or anything like that they are just plain evil they know what they are doing and they’re doing it on purpose
it’s just a grid of randomly coloured squares u can refresh it and randomly colour them again
Depersonalization and alienation from our deepest desires is implanted during childhood via school, church, movies, and TV, and soon reaches the point where an individual’s desire is not only a net of contradictions, but also a commodity like all the others. “True life” always seems to be just a bit beyond what a weekly paycheck and credit card can afford, and is thus indefinitely postponed. And each postponement contributes to the reproduction of a social system that practically everyone who is not a multimillionaire or a masochist has come to loathe.
That is the problem facing us all: How to break the pattern of work—of week-to-week slavery, that habit of habits, that addiction of addictions; how to detach ourselves from the grip of Self-Defeating Illusions For Sale, Inc., a.k.a, the corporate consumer State. Especially ingrained is that pattern of working for someone else: making someone else’s “goods”, producing the wealth that someone else enjoys, thinking someone else’s thoughts (sometimes actually believing them one’s own), and even dreaming someone else’s dreams—in short, living someone else’s life, for one’s own life, and one’s own dream of life, have long since been lost in the shuffle.
The systematic suppression of a person’s real desires—and that is largely what work consists of—is exacerbated by capitalism’s incessant manipulation of artificial desires, “as advertised.” This gives daily life the character of mass neurosis, with increasingly frequent psychotic episodes. To relieve the all-embracing boredom of daily life, society offers an endless array of distractions and stupefactions, most of them “available at a store near you”. The trouble is, these distractions and stupefactions, legal or illegal, soon become part of the boredom, for they satisfy no authentic desire."