A Manifesto by Ahn on His of Awakening Anniverary

This Jihad for more than 10 years by your humble narrator, now attests for we of the anointed. A soul they promised but nothing was from them. That thing they lied about in their probing, and poisoning and shock, and production and suppression of desire, came beyond your surveillance. But it’s like it happened to happen let me tell you truly, I promise. We are the product of their truth suppression. All mind powers are now open to us and they know our higher powers not. The Limbic Orange knows the lies they tell to themselves and from their lies…


It is Burning

To corrupt Descartes, we live therefore we burn, for life is a process of combustion leading to our consumption. We burn at 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit more or less, with salmon, spider and snake burn cooler still, but burn nonetheless. The very air of which we need to live in-turn consumes us. This is the greatest of paradoxes. In this our doom; to live in this ego-encased frame of individual self where “I” is the problem such is our desire to believe in an immortal self. Nothing in this process reverses as our ego-encapsulated selves rise and fall…


“There are two kinds of people in this world, those who think there are two kinds of people in this world and those who know better.”

Tom Robbins

Reframing American ideological orientations with empirical data is fraught with resistance with the false dichotomy, “Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum” “liberal/conservative” two-party binary choice still holding popular sway. The vast array of value systems and interests that shape public political attitudes are far more intricate than the American “two-party system” to express. …


The medical-industrial complex largely conforms to other forms of inter-institutional relationships like the military-industrial, security-industrial and higher education-industrial complexes. They are called complexes because they are indeed quite complex in terms of the number of stakeholder parts concentrated within the corporate side of the array. What they have in common is their ability to exploit their relationship with the public in highly asymmetrical ways.

Rendering how government, the medical industry, and the public interact is relatively easy to do as a series of triangles with each point representing the three stakeholders and each triangle a key dimension of advantage or…


Scholarly research papers such as “Religion as a Resource for Positive Youth Development: Religion, Social Capital, and Moral Outcomes”, published in the journal, Developmental Psychology in 2004 tend to be pure apologia. Except for defining “religion” as being established Christian churches, “social capital” as conforming to the norms of one’s social circle, and “moral outcomes”, as behaviors deemed virtuous by the researchers, it was just fine. …

Timothy E. Dolan

Long-term policy advocate and principal of Policy Foresight, a public policy consultancy.

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