Sunday, July 27, 2014

Home Remedies for Breaking Down the Taboos

Breaking down the taboos doesn't mean anything goes. It simply means that we refuse to be boxed into the status quo imposed upon us as a control mechanism. It means we are willing to take risks and speak out, not just for ourselves but for others as well.
“If a man isn't willing to take some risk for his opinions, either his opinions are no good or he's no good”
― Ezra Pound

1. Lose the fear or at least accept that it is sometimes OK to be afraid as long as it moves us to action instead of paralysis.
“There is no illusion greater than fear.”
― Lao Tzu
"It's just a ride and we can change it any time we want. It's only a choice. No effort, no work, no job, no savings and money, a choice, right now, between fear and love. The eyes of fear want you to put bigger locks on your door, buy guns, close yourself off. The eyes of love instead see all of us as one."
 ― Bill Hicks

2. Reject the divide and conquer techniques used against us.
The phrase is attributed to Philip II, king of Macedon (382-336 BC), describing his policy toward the Greek city-states. In politics, divide and rule (also known as divide and conquer) is referring to a strategy of gaining and maintaining power based on the fact that many smaller opponents are easier to manage than one larger one.
The strategy includes:
* breaking up power alliances into smaller chunks that are easier to subdue/manage
* preventing small power groups from linking up and becoming more powerful

Effective use of this technique allows those with limited power to control those who collectively would have had a lot more influence.

3. Political correctness is a tool intended to shut us up. Pick your battles but don't succumb to the social engineering that tries to hold us in check.
“If the first words out of your mouth are to cry ‘political correctness!’, … chances are very, very high that you are in fact part of the problem.”
― N.K. Jemisin
“Political correctness is a war on noticing.”
― Steve Sailer

4. History does repeat. History is also written by the least what goes into the textbooks for the masses. Refuse the lies portrayed as historical fact. Study and discern.
"Is it because we're having so much fun at home we've forgotten the world? Is it because we're so rich and the rest of the world's so poor and we just don't care if they are? I've heard rumors; the world is starving, but we're well fed. Is it true, the world works hard and we play? Is that why we're hated so much? I've heard the rumors about hate too, once in a long while, over the years. Do you know why? I don't, that's sure! Maybe the books can get us half out of the cave. They just might stop us from making the same damn insane mistakes!”
― Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 

5. Recognize the propaganda. If it's too absurd to be true, it probably isn't.
"Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities."
"The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of."
― Edward Bernays ~ from Propaganda (1928)
"Listen to your instincts: if your gut says that there's something wrong - there is!"
― Senora Roy
“To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”  ―Voltaire

6. Take care of yourself. Learn what keeps you healthy and what will not. Sound body, sound mind.

7. Put your money where your mouth is. One can express displeasure at all sorts of individuals, corporations and governments but every dollar fed into the matrix of their systems makes them more powerful.
"Don't tell me where your priorities are. Show me where you spend your money and I'll tell you what they are." ― James W. Frick
"Put your money where your love is."
― Grateful Dead

8. Don't dwell on the negatives for too long.  Know them, face them and move on to solutions. And never...never...fall into the contrived trap of saying "There's nothing I can do."
"Shared problems present you with better shared solutions and they present a better chance for revival to survive future problems."
― Frank Matobo

9. Learn, share, educate to the best of your ability.
"Those who educate children well are more to be honored than they who produce them; for these only gave them life, those the art of living well."
― Aristotle

10. Have faith of one kind or another. It doesn't necessarily have to be a religion. It may be as simple as faith in yourself and those closest to you.
"Work hard with honesty. Life is too short to go it waste. Make your life meaningful, break your ego, forgive quickly, live truly, laugh loudly, have faith in self and never avoid anything which makes you smile."
― Anil Sinha

11. Love. Make no mistake, it is real. An open heart towards others goes a long way in righting the wrongs, in perhaps even bringing peace not only to ones self but to all.
"Take away your protective layers, and open your heart to reveal your beautiful soul. Through an open heart we can learn the art of being humble, compassionate, joyful, peaceful, creative, and loving."
― Unknown
"Love is vulnerability. Happiness is vulnerability. The risk of being vulnerable is the price of opening yourself to beauty and opportunity. Being vulnerable is not about showing the parts of you that are polished; it's about revealing the unpolished parts you would rather keep hidden from the world. It's about looking out into the world with an honest, open heart and saying, This is me."
― Unknown

Despite the efforts of a few to control the thoughts and words of populations, we are seeing a little bit of a breakdown in the effectiveness. The taboos of zionism, the jewish question, Israel, the 'holocaust,' and everything related to these are coming to the forefront like never before. The truth must never be allowed to be off limits and hidden due to the manufactured constraints that infest us. When silence is the acceptable norm, lies rule.

What's wrong with telling the truth? Absolutely nothing.

Maybe you have some 'home remedies' for breaking the taboos and the silence? We would love to hear them.


  1. A stunning and fine piece of work, Kenny. A marvelous act of setting a new standard. Kudos and thanks....

    1. Your words are too kind. I'm just rambling again and certainly can't say I always live up to all the 'standards.' The one about 'putting your money where your mouth' is a tough one. We feed the machine in so many ways.

    2. Kenny, you are too hard on yourself. If this be rambling. ramble on. We as individuals are not yet structured to stop feeding the machine, though your garden is a huge step in the right direction. I am prevented from doing such things in my current residence, which is why I am looking to move. Fitts says "a map, a plan, and allies". We have to learn to work together on a local level and build it. If "we" build it, people will come.

  2. Kenny: "What's wrong with telling the truth? Absolutely nothing." And, I say: "What's wrong with being that truth? Absolutely nothing."

    1. Be the truth. I like that. Something to aspire to.

    2. As far as "divide and conquer" is concerned, unity is worth its weight only at the cost of truth.

      "I do not want the peace which passeth understanding, I want the understanding which bringeth peace." -- Helen Keller

      "Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear - not absence of fear. Except a creature be part coward it is not a compliment to say it is brave." ~ Mark Twain, Pudd'nhead Wilson's Calendar, 1894

      “There had been no crises of incident, or marked movements of experience such as in Felipe's imaginations of love were essential to the fulness of its growth. This is a common mistake on the part of those who have never felt love's true bonds. Once in those chains, one perceives that they are not of the sort full forged in a day. They are made as the great iron cables are made, on which bridges are swung across the widest water-channels,--not of single huge rods, or bars, which would be stronger, perhaps, to look at; but myriads of the finest wires, each one by itself so fine, so frail, it would barely hold a child's kite in the wind: by hundreds, hundreds of thousands of such, twisted, re-twisted together, are made the mighty cables, which do not any more swerve from their place in the air, under the weight and jar of the ceaseless traffic and tread of two cities, than the solid earth swerves under the same ceaseless weight and jar. Such cables do not break.”
      ― Helen Hunt Jackson, Ramona

      And once you compromise first principles, you might as well be blind:

      “But you cannot go on 'explaining away' for ever: you will find that you have explained explanation itself away. You cannot go on 'seeing through' things for ever. The whole point of seeing through something is to see something through it. It is good that the window should be transparent, because the street or garden beyond it is opaque. How if you saw through the garden too? It is no use trying to 'see through' first principles. If you see through everything, then everything is transparent. But a wholly transparent world is an invisible world. To 'see through' all things is the same as not to see.”
      ― C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man

      ~ Negentropic MK I

    3. Some very good quotes Negen. CS Lewis is always a deep read.
      Correct me if I'm mistaken but your first sentence appears to me to mean that unity will compromise truth, maybe because we all won't agree on what that is? Still, that kind of unity may be better than being divided?

    4. What I mean to say is that everybody talks of unity-this & unity-that & don't let them "divide and conquer" you, most of all Alex-Jones, blah, but that this is a clever fraud in all factions of the "truth" movement. Unity at the cost of truth is the unfortunate conditioned reality of the world, one of its major sicknesses. Massive and monstrous unities to questionable purpose and often leading to all kinds of dark-deeds & horrors justified.

      Religions are united over their common irrationalities & even science has plenty of its own delusions or you wouldn't have so many so-called scientists and men-of-reason accepting the absurd moon-landings as a real event and not a hoax. My own cousin is a Ph.D in physics who thinks the laughable joke which is the ISS is real:

      Unity at the cost of first principles is of no use to anybody because it will have no real glue to hold it together to do any "real good," possible only through reasonable means, those that obey the ultimate dictator of all dictators: nature. This is why we have "natural law," which is not to be alienated by man-made laws but protected. Why? Because the wise in former times tested the results & the result was FAR more collective might than previously possible. Without a moral mode of existence, a reasonable one of win-win dialectics, even the win-lose parasites have nothing to loot with the most shrewd bogus justifications made possible under their psychically driven "democracy" propaganda umbrella. At root, the issue is always group-rights seeking privileges against individuals. When propaganda declares inequality of results as always-an-injustice, regardless of demonstrable initiated violence or fraud (psychic damage always having physical symptoms), then the parasitic have all the leverage they'll ever need.

      A system that empowers the individual, the smallest unit of social science, also empowers the group, as long as he doesn't lose sight of the group through propaganda designed to isolate him from group synergy. A civilized person is one who can live with other people's differences & respect them but is also one who cannot abide violation of nature's first principles, valid base premises beyond which transparency is another form of blindness. A principled person cannot fully respect a pragmatist who constantly lies-by-omission anymore than he can a fool or a perpetually irrational person.

      Once somebody accepts the "ends-justify-the-means" as a first principle or accepts a willingness to falsify evidence & lie, by omission, half-truths or otherwise, because the blunt truth might not be popular or understandable to some imagined "mass mind," he places himself on the slippery-slope of amorality and soon enough, only a few steps or slips further, that of outright immorality requiring ever-more twisted rationalizations.

      ~ Negentropic MK II

    5. (continued from MK II . . . )

      Like I've said many times before, two examples of this are the holohoax & the real-history of National-Socialist Germany & proven no-planes-&-media-fakery on-911. People in all areas of the "truth movement" have been programmed to either avoid both of these areas altogether or lie-by-omission about one-or-the-other in favor of some supposed unity. The most hilarious of all this bunch are the scoundrely white-nationalists who fully expose the holohoax lies but falsify evidence on 9-11 in favor of some Alex-Jones-Loose-Shekels derived and Chris-Bollyn-promoted-to-the-name-the-Jew-crowd remote-control-planes meme, a totally absurd modus operandi when you really think about it, when the videos of the "planes" are so patently fake.

      A guy like Lee Rogers will even praise lying-by-omission & dumbing-it-down-for-the-masses as shrewd tactics of propaganda. Except the best propaganda is always truthful propaganda or that which presents in-their-best-light only ideas closest-to-the-truth & with the most evidence to back them up. A counterculture of first-principles is not one of tactics without strategy or vice-versa but the only one synergized & fortified enough to actually have a "structure of logic" that doesn't weaken, sway & collapse in many ways on a daily basis through a thousand-&-one ends-justify-the-means compromises.

      • Every group of six or more has its inner circle, its outer circle, and its hangers-on.
      • Every group feels strong once it has found a scapegoat.
      In every group of intimidated people, each thinks 'I will rebel,' but each waits for the others
      -- Mignon McLaughlin, The Neurotic's Handbook

      What I have the hardest time understanding are people like the legendary barrister Doug Christie, who can be so irrefutably rational in his daily arguments with regard to natural law and true legal principles protecting the individual and then at the same time be a practicing Catholic who goes to church every day:

      Bill Mahr might be a complete douchebag but he said one thing that made a lot of sense:

      “Religion to me is a bureaucracy between man and God that I don't need.”

      ~ Negentropic MK III

  3. You risk being abandoned by people you thought were your friends, or at least part time acquaintances. I've been a little successful with convincing my (NASCAR loving, beer guzzling, support the troops) niece that the Muzzies were not behind 9-11, and that took several tries. At least she didn't kick me to the curb. A Christian Zionist type who kept bitching about Islam wasn't that easy - he got a big case of cognitive dissonance and then I became the Jew hating bad guy. This one was over 60, and I think it's right what Charles Carlson at WHTT says, forget the ones with the grey hair. A Vietnam vet I know, I told him about the USS Liberty, and that seemed to hit home. Another who is a writer, I told him about the snipers in Iraq shooting US soldiers who were probably Israelis (using video mounted on a rifle - which is a made in Israel weapon) and he incorporated that scenario into one of his books. So a couple of hits, some misses. Takes a while but it's a lonely road.

  4. Well, sometimes time and love work. My wife, cooped up with a job, a career and a hellish commute, complained tonight about the news on the local Hearst/ABC outlet which feature the bubble-headed fear cheerleading squadron. And she might be taking longer peaks at my blog for the first time ever.

  5. This is a great post Kenny.

    Peace and love

  6. truth beckons like a feast to a beggar...

    thanks for the buffet Kenny.


  7. Happy Eid ul-Fitr.... Eid Mubarak, Kenny.

    Let's see.What Israel has to offer for the people of Gaza on such a special day? Oh .."Israel denies striking Gaza hospital, park... The Israeli military has denied its forces were responsible for an attack on a hospital and a nearby park in the Gaza Strip. It says rockets misfired by Palestinian militants were to blame".
    Opps...poor Israelis, everyone is out there to harm 'em {tears rolling out of my @ss!}!!

    I will post my remedies later.

    1. Gaza: Israel puts paramedics in its crosshairs
      July 28, 2014

      Paramedics in ambulances no doubt pose an existential threat to the world's most moral army. /sarc

    2. No surprise here.

      The United States has once again demonstrated its steadfast loyalty to Israel, this time casting the lone “no” vote on a United Nations resolution authorizing an investigation into alleged human rights abuses in Gaza.

    3. But wait... there's more!

      Bibi says their mission is not yet complete, and Harry Reid is calling for the US to send them more money.

    4. Death tolls in Gaza are nearing that of 'Cast Lead.' I'm sure the Israeli goal has been to top that. Since there's no real pressure being applied for them to stop, the question is how far are they going to go this time.

  8. They are going to the sea, of course, for the gas. The world needs to mount a "Dunkirk"-style evacuation.

  9. try to see the big picture...this entire exercise is for purposes of demonstration...

    you gotta hand it to the producer & director...who else could get the best performances

    from these BAD FAITH actors claiming to be the "Jewish" people...

    JUST SAYIN' one on Earth HAS to remain in the stool sculpture deity cult compound
    "they" could come out....



  10. -
    when one hundred soldiers are killed, this will end
    they can't take any more than that, mark my words

  11. "I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony"....Coca Cola Ad

    H/T Carol..."this ain't no disco"...Valentine

    The Greek god of silence and secrecy. He was, however, a divinity of the Egyptian mythology; his true name being, according to Bunsen and Lepsius, Har-pi-krati, that is, Horus the child; and he is supposed to have been the son of Osiris and Isis. He is represented as a nude figure, sitting sometimes on a lotus flower, either bareheaded or covered by an Egyptian muter, but always with his finger pressed upon his lips. Plutarch thinks that this gesture was an indication of his childlike and helpless nature; but the Greeks, and after them the Romans, supposed it to be a symbol of silence; and hence, while he is sometimes described as the god of the renewed year, whence peach blossoms were consecrated to him because of their early appearance in spring, he is more commonly represented as the god of silence and secrecy. Thus, Ovid says of him:

    Quique premit vocem digitoque silentia suadet.
    He who controls the voice and persuades to silence with his finger.
    In this capacity, his statue was often placed at the entrance of temples and places where the mysteries were celebrated, as an indication of the silence and secrecy that should there be observed.
    Hence the finger on the lips is a symbol of secrecy, and has so been adopted in Masonic symbolism.


  12. 12. Visit Kenny's Sideshow, where the thirst for truth, the quest for justice, and the beauty of the human spirit are only a click away.


    Interesting take on MH17...Joaquin Flores says it's one and the same plane. I would be interested in your reaction, Kenny.


  14. Kenny, I followed this link from Aletho news in your neighborhood crowd.

    Anyone who thinks any political party represents any sort of challenge to the system is delusional.
    That vile propaganda from the Canadian Green party is off the charts.

    On your topic of speaking of taboos with people who don't want to know. I am less inclined now to engage people than I was in the past. I feel that the increase in sloppy (sloppy on purpose) false flag attacks are forcing people to dumb themselves down to absurd levels. I have been seing this for a while and had no idea why the bosses were 'screwing up' all of their crimes. I read recently that it is Satanic in nature and asks people to believe such ridiculous news stories that on some level they KNOW that they are living in a world of lies. That causes all sorts of pain.
    I see people trying really hard to buy the crap being sold on the news these days, and they demonstrate quite clearly that they can not handle the truth. I feel sorry for them, I feel contempt, pity, and in many cases, confusion over their ever increasing efforts to avoid reality. I feel a whole range of things, based on the individuals themselves, and on years of having very little 'success' in getting people to consider other ideas.
    But I do have some friends who are waking up, and for me being emotionally supportive is at least as important as helping with information. The process is much more emotional than logical IMO at this stage for those contemplating a peek down the rabbit hole.

    Agreed andy531. There are prices to be paid. Lifelong friends and family can't be tossed aside so we have to learn to love them despite their fear of facing the truth. For me that has been a positive amidst the pain.

  15. Is there someone who can speak from or to the Native American experience in North America, replete with multiple examples of death, destruction, genocide, cultural bull-dozing, the complete white-washing of a way of life and spirituality and identity across generations? The Trail of Tears and Wounded Knee are leading examples. Yet leaders in these cultures and societies, despite continued insult and assault, have fought and in some small ways succeeded in keeping their history, culture and some traditions alive. I know there are people here who can speak to the Irish experience. There must be a dozen more examples. While we work on spotlighting and identifying the perps, we must also insure that some embers are kept lit and fanned.

  16. Both the whole US Senate and the entire US House, who are supposed to be representatives of the American people, have voted to whole-heartedly support Israel's genocide of Gaza. They have just verified the truth that they are obedient slaves to Israel and that the USA is under the rulership of Israel. Undoubtedly, most American Jews would accept this as natural and celebrate it as they see themselves as Israelis by birth, not as loyal Americans. To openly display an inconvenient truth publicly, the Israeli flag should be openly on flag poles and placed above any other US flags, or solely displayed on national memorial days or holidays. The news story about American flags being replaced with white flags on a major bridge was not news worthy, but still made people angry. It could have really been news if those had been Star of David flags. Somehow, I don't think older Vets and ignorant patriots would like to have the Stars/Stripes replaced by Israel's flag. Only Jews would like it; then would scream anti-semitism when persons would loudly complain about "their" flag.

    1. Well there appear to be at least a few countries who are willing to stand up and condemn this ongoing carnage in Gaza.

      Curious how Russia would instead send a team to Israel last week to partner with them in defeating 'terrorism'.
      I would apply item #5 in Kenny's list on trying to understand why Russia would do this.

  17. When is a foreign flag politically correct for Americans to honor at any time? Ask a Vet who laid his life on the line for the American flag. Better yet, ask an active duty US Marine what flag he is loyal to and is willing to die, or be maimed for. None of them probably even know there has been a subversion of their own country going on.
    The Traitors Only Care About Israel
    Posted on July 24, 2014 by INCOG MAN
    [Photo of youths parading all holding only Israeli flags]
    Downtown Tel Aviv, Israel? Like HELL NO. This was the last St. Paddy’s day parade in New York city – AMERICA. Effin’ traitor bastards. [INCOG]
    Jewish Supremacist Single Loyalty—From Pennsylvania to Paris
    July 3, 2014 at 7:13 am
    In the wake of the tit-for-tat murders in Israel the past few weeks, two new instances of how Jewish Supremacists around the globe in fact only have one loyalty—to each other and Israel—have emerged in media sources directed specifically for Jewish consumption.
    Both instances are articles in the Israeli-based Times of Israel. The first is a report, written by Jewish teacher from New York. It describes in detail how Jewish Supremacist “holiday camps in Pennsylvania,” and the second concerns a report on increasing Jewish emigration from France to Israel.
    Both are valuable in that the provide insight into how Jewish Supremacists view their own position with regard to the Goyish countries in which they live, and the article about French Jews clearly demonstrates Israel’s racially-based immigration policies.

    1. I'm not a big fan of INCOG MAN, but I used to visit his site because he and his commenters provided some valuable information. For months now, every time I try to go there, which isn't very frequently, I get this:

      The connection has timed out
      The server at is taking too long to respond.
      The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few moments.

      His site is either under constant DDoS attacks or my ISP is blocking it. Whichever it is, it amounts to censorship.

    2. Incog man, David Duke etc.
      Thanks for naming those race baiting hasbara agents. Abe Foxman loves you.

    3. If the message cannot be refuted and is a taboo subject, attack the messenger.

      " Breaking down the taboos doesn't mean anything goes. It simply means that we refuse to be boxed into the status quo imposed upon us as a control mechanism. It means we are willing to take risks and speak out, not just for ourselves but for others as well. "