The Road to Ojai | Bart’s Bookstore | Guerrilla Marketing |

I went to Ojai, CA. The librarian told me that their budget has been reduced by 70% or so, they can’t purchase books; she said because of the economy. I told her that the economy was bad because of the “flag attack” wars, and I gave her an AE 9/11 Truth flyer. She was reluctant, but eventually accepted the flyer. There is an elephant in our living room as big as Building 7 was, but we don’t want to see it. 

The road to Ojai, CA

A Dam somewhere . . .

Bart’s bookstore is carrying The eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda at the moment. Interesting bookstore: most of it is outdoors, under awnings and arbors.

Bart’s

Inside

Great Selection! Make sure you stop by if you visit Ojai.

My guerrilla marketing is working in Santa Barbara’s streets, flyers work.

Occupy or die | 911 truth | Santa Barbara CA | Occupy and Boycott

I am occupying Santa Barbara at the moment, with my book and the AE 9/11 Truth brochure. People seem to be aware of the problem here but they have a laissez-faire attitude, as if there isn’t much that can be done.

Alameda Park (click images to enlarge)

I dare say that most people everywhere feel helpless, and don’t realize the magnitude of the problem or the grave implications. 9/11 was (or is)  just the tip of the iceberg. The 1% have big plans for humanity. Brace yourselves! Check out the Patriot Act. 

From Shoreline Drive Park Beautiful! for how long? The area is lined with oil rigs.

Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens 

A Picture does not tell a Thousand Words | The Fullerton Hostel

The tool shed

I am in Fullerton, CA at the moment. I visited the hostel where I used to work in the mid 90’s. The place was closed, the sign said, until June. It used to be open all year.

It was a gloomy, rainy day. I took a stroll to my favorite place but it wasn’t there. Another had taken its place, full of fallen branches and overrun by dry, tall mustard stalks leaning down to the ground, making it difficult to move around. The old eucalyptus and lesser friends were still there. I thought I saw the cat, but she must be dead now. So it must have been my imagination—the slinking black cat who stopped briefly to look at me and then vanished, perhaps stalking  a ghostly prey. Is she still there?

I saw everybody, although no one was there. They were just thoughts. But isn’t everything a thought, a dream? We are being dreamed. And we disappear. Who are we? Have you ever thought of that? Who are we really? 

The Entrance

Afghanistan | Sargeant kills 16 Civilians | Guilty???

9/11: The Simple Facts

Why was he there in the first place? “Originally from Ohio, Sgt. Bales, 38, joined the military in November 2001 at age 27 to defend his country after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, his Seattle attorney John Henry Browne told journalists this week.”–The Lookout 

He was enlisted to defend America against terrorists who do not exist; he was deceived: 9/11 was an inside job, the e v i d e n c e is overwhelming. Please see:  AE 9/11 Truth Then he was sent into several combat missions consecutively, which is enough to mentally destabilize anyone. He was in his fourth tour and recovering from brain injury. “Bales had served three previous tours in Iraq, sustaining two serious injuries, including a brain concussion when his vehicle rolled over after hitting an improvised explosive device on his last tour in Iraq.”–The New York Times

I would say that George Bush, Dick Cheney (and their cohorts) are guilty. They are responsible not only for the death of the 16 civilians but for all the civilians who died on 9/11 in New York City, and all the troops and civilians  who had died since in Afghanistan and Iraq due to their psychotic egoism and greed. They are guilty!

Let’s issue a warrant for their arrest!

Please tweet this post. People need to know! Our troops are victims of a corrupt system, cannon fodder.

Their Cohorts

If you have any doubt about 9/11, do your homework. It is your responsibility. “All it takes for a tyrant to get a foothold is for people of good will to do nothing.”–Thomas Jefferson 

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë | The Human Predicament

The main reason that classics are classics is because they delve deep into the human soul. They expose the human predicament.

I had postponed reading Wuthering Heights because I considered it a gloomy, dark tale. It is! The only sane characters in the book are the narrators. But as a superb classic (it has plot and prose that makes the book hard to put down, and even love after death) it shows  the scourge of humanity at work, a psychotic egomania controls most of the characters. 

Let me tell you, as far as vengeance is concerned, Heathcliff can make The Count of Monte Cristo look like a toddler. And Catherine is such a selfish, spoiled bitch that she betrays Heathcliff to keep her status, but intends to keep both men. Ah! the right recipe for tragedy, the ego at work; there is not a single character (except for Nelly, the main narrator and Earnshaw, who adopts Heathcliff) who has anybody but themselves in mind. To defend the book you can say that the characters are strong―such heights of passion in them . . . and such is life, isn’t it? Precisely, such is the predicament of humankind: as long as the ego holds the baton such is life, our dream becomes a nightmare. 

And the collective ego impels the human race to follow its dictums, its program—the matrix. Once that program is implemented it is quite easy for a few to control the rest as long as they know how the program works. When we lose our virtue we are easy prey for vipers. Be aware!

Unexpectedly, the book has a happy ending, for Catherine’s daughter (Cathy), and Hareton (who had been wronged and diminished by Heathcliff) excel to restore sanity to Wuthering Heights.

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