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Luce NDs

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Are thoughts about any historical item scattered by the powers like Ork? Like if Putin and his best friends deny certain things ... they become truth to many followers that cannot gather the former ... that's history when written by those attempting to cover up something that incarnates improperly!

Is there any history of denial in the west ... know of course naught ... it would be buried deeply! From that initiation in cover ... it gets deep and complex and few will go there ... too sectarian? That's the dirt ... psyche flys as taking flight ... nights on Eire? Eire can be black, white, red, or yellow ... when yellow get under cover ... it burns! That Sur son ... Sonyah! Given a change shell dominate like Molly Brown! Levity ????? It's all over ... dun!
 

Luce NDs

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*looks around*

No zombies. Yet.

You mist eM! Ghostly thoughts are often frightfully denied ... thus still ... out there!

It is how ether works ... as very thin space! Like nothing ... bottom line???? You can't go there with any material ... too dreamy ... matter makes a splash! Blackpool ... like a sly emperor ... nothing to look at! One must get a grasp of something and out we comes ... hookered ... casting ... back to the sandbox!

Humanity is difficult to take given the enigma of how they profess to be good and then don't carry on ... its messy how they get busted! Take it as you like it ... t's metaphorical ...
 
I can’t read some articles I want to read about Russia/Ukraine, and Putin, because they’re behind a paywall. This is information consequential to the whole world. I don’t have cable because I can’t afford it either.

I think there should be a moritorium on blocking significant global and national news stories. Paywalls block them. It’s another injustice of capitalism. Only those who can afford it get to read it for ourselves. Limit online subscriptions to lifestyle and general interest articles, and sports.

It happens with articles about bill C7 frequently. An issue that concerns me and people I know, directly, often can’t read one of the few MSM articles reporting on what has happened, what our community has been vocal about, or what our policymakers are discussing about it. “Nothing About Us Without Us” takes on yet another dimension.
 
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Seeing the headlines about Trump pandering to Qanon. I think the zombies have arrived. They arrived a few years ago and they proliferated.

If you’ve ever read about the bizarre, batsh*t stuff they believe - they might as well be the zombie apocalypse.
 
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It’s raining and I’m grumpy today. It’s fun to make fun of them but it’s a serious problem that kind of spills into everything.

I was reading an article in Forbes, I’d have to find it again, about how the Russian disinformation machine had operatives on the internet that pretended to be from groups like Black Lives Matter - to create division within the groups. They infiltrated the women’s march on Washington in 2018 (17?). I wouldn’t be surprised if they influenced disability rights groups too but I don’t know. I personally wouldn’t be surprised if they are involved in the expansion of assisted suicide to the disabled through channels and groups that support it generally - because it’s shocking how quickly and complacently the public did an about face on it - mistaking ableism for compassion. The government and mainstream media went along, and shut out the voices of those most affected - treating us with contempt not compassion, for trying to raise our voices. But maybe it was easy because the public harboured so much prejudice already.

There seems to be an effort to prevent people from actually rolling up our sleeves and accomplishing anything. Maybe that’s always been the case that powers who seek to cling to power will prevent that. I just know there’s a lot of infighting everywhere (and being disgruntled about it like I am doesn’t help either). And where the cohesion is happening is with Qanon, as a consequence. Cohesion around totally made up problems and fantasy fan-fic solutions.
 
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Also wouldn’t be at all surprised if they (the fascist disinformation machine) helped the Right co-opt the issue away from traditionally left wing human rights and justice advocates. So that the mainstream moderates lump it in with the pro life abortion debate and the mainstream media is reluctant to touch it. The mainstream media did a few articles a month or so ago - but it was another blip on the radar. Assisted death proponents keep reverting back to arguing about its place in terminal illness and drowning out what we’re trying to get across. Negating that it’s gone way beyond terminal illness, negating the dangers to individuals and in changing social norms that makes it okay for disabled people to just go and die rather than have society put effort and resources into including us in life, as we are.

People with mental illness are literally going to be able to ask to die on the basis of their mental illnesses alone - most of which, suicidality is a feature. Coming in March 2023. No there are not safeguards. That’s political window dressing. It’s permissive as hell. They will have death suggested as a “treatment” option. Death is not a medical treatment for disability. It’s an existential risk to disabled people. I don’t understand how anyone can’t see how sick and twisted that is - given the state of general mental health and the homelessness and other social problems related. How can people support this as a “solution”? And soon it will extend to minors. No not every kid is from a safe home free from suggestion from their families, or their peers. Think of kids from already abusive homes. Is it okay to let a bunch of human beings slip through the cracks so that the priveleged who are willfully not looking at the dangers, have their way at their convenience?

I’m angry.
 
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Is Marianne Williamson part of the new age political problem or can she help sway them to left? She doesn’t seem naive - certainly not - like some people I’ve met who preach her material. They seem more libertarian, she doesn’t. But my trust is shaken, all around. I wanted to give her the benefit of the doubt during her presidential run - there’s admittedly something about her I like (maybe it’s little more than just her style and charm and self confidence - and her intellectually kicking right wing dark-web dude Dave Rubin’s butt was satisfying at the time it happened) - but then her support for Yang… ok I answered my own question and that is “no, she’s too dangerous…just an uber capitalist in sheep’s/ expensive bohemian clothing and her extra self-help spirituality layer she invented and profited off of is too hucksterish to be trusted”. I’m sad but I’m going to have to let Marianne go.
 
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Luce NDs

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Penetrating thoughts ... perhaps why they are innate and not extant because people fear and hate thought, knowledge, etc. because if we knew better it might cause alteration ...

This allows an in group and an out group and neither knows which side is where because of the abstract containment. Thus the chalice overflows ... or in other words be cautious of spill Age ... the points are ci urchin! Finding a place to lodge ...

OhL Ord imagine the Archer posing as Cupid ...
 
Penetrating thoughts ... perhaps why they are innate and not extant because people fear and hate thought, knowledge, etc. because if we knew better it might cause alteration ...

This allows an in group and an out group and neither knows which side is where because of the abstract containment. Thus the chalice overflows ... or in other words be cautious of spill Age ... the points are ci urchin! Finding a place to lodge ...

OhL Ord imagine the Archer posing as Cupid ...
How can we solve problems without identifying them?

I’m letting her go in terms of believing she can influence lasting positive change much because the truth is she’s first and foremost profited a great deal off of her spiritual guru status and because of that I don’t think I trust her political motives. Wish I could because she’s compelling - but I can’t.
 

Luce NDs

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How can we solve problems without identifying them?

I’m letting her go in terms of believing she can influence lasting positive change much because the truth is she’s first and foremost profited a great deal off of her spiritual guru status and because of that I don’t think I trust her political motives. Wish I could because she’s compelling - but I can’t.

There are great powers that demand that we don't know a great deal of information ... information on weasels and snake oil salesmen can be detrimental to you-know-hUe! There that's that even if denied for some irrational demand! Recall his place is the centre of such gravid accrual ... a manner of collapse of something or other (the alternate). So it goes ...
 
I’m just thinking about the fact that Italy just elected their most far right leader since Mussolini and 9/10 people in Italy support assisted suicide, and earlier this summer the first disabled but not dying person was granted assisted suicide. I believe Canada got played with the “compassion” card appealing to deep seated but under-recognized prejudice, fear and revulsion of disability - the public heard what they wanted to hear and were convinced that expansion was progressive not archaic - which allowed the mainstream to easily overlook (and under-care) about the socioeconomic inequities that present real risk of systemic coercion, at best. It was an economic political move, not a compassionate or positive move - and Canada’s naïveté doesn’t make us a beacon for positive social change, it set a precedent creating an an existential threat to disabled people around the world. That’s not something to be proud of.

Electing a fascist government with an overt white supremacist ideology represents a risk to lots of people, obviously. I’m very worried about Europe. Spreading fascism is creating disunity in the EU - while the Ukraine is at war with Putin - which is what he wants.

Disabled people are certainly among those at risk under a far right government and have been historically treated as subhuman and disposable under fascist regimes. This is not a good event in world history.

The leader is female but it’s not a win for feminism either. She’s being compared to political “strongmen” despite the image she presents. She’s very far right, vocally anti-immigrant, antiabortion, anti-LGBT including being specifically transphobic.
 
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It’s going to be very hard to reverse the trajectory. You don’t create a bill with weak “safeguards” that allows the killing by the state of vulnerable underserved populations that erases their fundamental rights to live a dignified (that means accessible with good supports so we can live as fully as possible and participate) on the basis of others while claiming that allowing expansion to happen is a human rights priority ahead of the things that need to be done in society that require investment and commitment - that was a savvy underhanded legal and political ruse, btw. And then turn around and promise to do better for the lived realities of disabled people, after the fact, after expansions are well underway. Because it was an economic move to find a palatable way to dispose of people, by attrition, who cost money to support - and call it compassion. There’s no imperative from their point of view to do the necessary things. They’ll pretend for awhile but they don’t have to move on their promises. It’s horrible. It was a spin, instigated by horrible people. That’s a fascist play. I’m sorry to break it to the steadfast supporters who think they are doing good who are averse to examining this, but it is. And disabled people in Italy are now under greater threat. That’s our fault. We set the bar as the most permissive country in the world for assisted suicide. “Nice” unobtrusive Canada. Because of naïveté. During a pandemic and while right wing extremism was growing we said “Yay let’s expand assisted suicide. Aren’t we so progressive?” And while expansion may only stop at disabled and mentally I’ll people and kids like that’s not bad enough - if nice Canada can do that, what might the precedent we set lead far right countries to push further. It was so unbelievably impulsive and short sighted of the Canadian public I’m disappointed. I don’t think we’re better than Americans we just made some different asinine decisions.
 
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