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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Now Public

This is a fine media source, which could be used to educate and motivate or disseminate information to the public at large.

I want to see video of John Kanzius's free energy machine working and being used in a device, rather than by TV 3 news. Bring footage of the free energy devices in a media format to youtube and nowpublic, without originating from the inventor or a salesman.

What Not to Do

This medialyte demonstrates what not to do when interacting with an official. I am pleased that he got the chance to ask about this kind of thing and the topic was fine, but the setting was poor. It is only civil to raise tough questions at certain times. This man was having a family bbq, which is legitimate. He'll be alive that evening, maybe tomorrow, ask him then. Maybe as he is leaving or somesuch. But to deny him his private life when it's happening, less civil. He was polite, though.

There are many better organized questioners. I appreciate the medialyte's guts to ask, and interest in knowing. Reject the NAU. Remember bravery when you are working. Do not simply continue to ask because you are there and do not want to leave. Ask because you want to know. Get it on record because you want it for yourself, and for any others who might appreciate it for themselves.

Monday, July 30, 2007

In our ongoing piece on the tweenerism phenomenon, it seems that tweeners are having a difficult time 'joining' adult society because it is so skewed from an ideal world that they demand. Few tweeners will accept living in this society with its major flaws and acceptance of lethal lies.

Tweeners would rather forge a new society, and will bend this one into the shape that they would like until it breaks in their hands, the boulder the size of a mountain flung at the statue of man, gold, bronze, iron, clay. A new world will be built and will last forever.

Technology, liberated social cohesion, love.

Sunday, July 15, 2007

Ron Paul and Media

In May and June, Ron Paul's poll ratings were above any other candidate. At the debates he was first, and won both the Republican debates. Media chicanery against him has been documented and it is clearly visible in the mouthes of many interviewers.

Media bias against Ron Paul is untrue. Those producing it have vested fiscal interest in him not being elected. We should know that Ron Paul is the strongest Republican candidate and that he has the most support. He has very good answers to solve real problems we experience and other candidates offer a pacifier as a primary action.