The Virus – a crisis made to last – free content

The Virus – a crisis made to last – free content

The Virus - a crisis made to last - free content
The latest numbers up, the death rate slightly mounting, countermeasures – rising, Covid fatigue – rising, number of people losing livelihoods – rising, and according to the WHO there will not be an end, even after the arrival of the vaccine. After 9/11, the virus is most likely the media story and the global spin of this fairly young century. It seems the world has turned crazy and the opted route of response and how to counter the virus to avoid a resulting health crisis has gone into overdrive. The main casualties in all this are: truth and basic human rights. Good luck if you try to get a balanced opinion on the matter. Anything that does not fit the official storyline is debunked as unscientific, not worthy of mentioning nor even discussing. Even worse, doctors, healthcare professionals, epidemiologists, and biologists who dare to speak against the health doctrine maintained by officials, governments and especially the media, are silenced, shunned, or muzzled (like all of us). We have reached a state where this system of “science” is slowly starting to give up on evidence and research based findings ….

MTV – the day the music died? – part 2

MTV – the day the music died? – part 2

MTV - the day the music died? - part 2
MTVs initial idea was to declare the radio dead and tell the consumers that TV is now the new medium and platform for music. As a war anthem MTV garnered their launch with a song from The Buggles – “Video killed the radio star” and showed the first space shuttle launch of the Columbia space shuttle. And then they even gave the radio people a subtle message about what to do, playing their second music video, Pat Benatar “You better run”. As we all know, it did not kill the radio, but MTV changed the music industry in a big way and clearly diverted the music radio fortune to the pockets of the parent company ViacomCBS. For the first two decades it seems that MTV got it all right – the described music industry was looking for an advertisement and presentation platform and the only audible radio was not good enough to transmit the visual messages that came now with the music. The colorful videos …..

MTV – The day the music died ? part 1 – free content

MTV – The day the music died ? part 1 – free content

MTV - The day the music died ? part 1 - free content
It is like with food – authentic music and real musicians hardly exist anymore. What has happened over the last hundred years and how it changed the way we listen, receive and perceive music is profound. It is like with food, not everything that looks like food is nourishing and has nutritional value. And food and music could almost be put at par in that sense. Industry has taken over – food is not prepared and cooked anymore, and music is no longer an actively lived expression of the soul. Even here the industrial impression can hardly be ignored – music these days, they say, is produced and someone that wants to be recognized in the music business needs a good “producer” and a skilled “sound engineer”. As such music developed into an industrial piece of consumer good. The North American music industry has developed into a ….

THE CHURCH AND THE BEAST – part 2 of 3

THE CHURCH AND THE BEAST – part 2 of 3

THE CHURCH AND THE BEAST - part 2 of 3
….. Instead of resisting political temptations and a worldly (Q1.) desire for power, the Vatican could not agree on keeping with the principles and decided to split up. Herein lies the cause for the Western, the Roman Church, to develop and exhibit the ugly face seen through the turn of centuries, consuming and not nourishing the Holy Spirit anymore. The Church rather functionalized the divine spirit hindering it to come to life and/or even consuming it – and with that, the Church progressively developed into a more materialistic and political entity. By now it has morphed into an empty shell of executions of the form of appearances, it has lost its center and with that its access to its spiritual source….

QAnon – free content

QAnon – free content

QAnon - free content
QAnon – an internet phenomenon which has gone viral and political. Inspired by a radio documentary on CBC about QAnon, I was wondering if there would be a day and time of the first online posting. The various internet sources seem to agree the first day something was posted with the connection to the – up to this day still anonymous – source of “information”, was 28.10.2017 on 4chan, an image board website. After that, the pseudonymous alias and its augural notices and announcements made the rounds on the internet and in some cases have reached cult like levels. The content of the announcement was usually of political nature and many of them are leaning towards the Trump administration with an idea of cleaning up the Deep State and with the Clintons. Depending on the content of those short-scripted messages, readers were making assumptions ….