78 Nothing in the world is soft and weak as water. But when attacking the hard and strong Nothing can conquer so easily. Weak overcomes strong, soft overcomes hard. Everyone knows this, no one attains it. Therefore the Sage says: Accept a country's filth And become master of its sacred soil. Accepts country's ill fortune … Continue reading “Be Water, My Friend:” 7 Tactics to Win Our Democracy Revolution
by Lars Syll edited by O Society October 26, 2019 Paul Krugman never suffered fools gladly. The Nobel Prize-winning economist rose to international fame—and a coveted space on the New York Times op-ed page—by lacerating his intellectual opponents in the most withering way. In a series of books and articles beginning in the 1990s, Krugman … Continue reading Paul Krugman — finally — admits he is wrong!
Today's false dichotomy is brought to you by our friends down at the taxidermy farm where all the animals are stuffed till they burst. It is do we possess possessions or do they possess us? by Bruce Hood edited by O Society In 1859, around 450 passengers on the Royal Charter, returning from the Australian goldmines … Continue reading Do we possess our possessions or do they possess us?
by O Society October 25, 2019 https://youtu.be/z80dyTAcFOQ Hymn of the Earth Under the boundless welkin, green hills bathe in the sunlight Breeze ripples. Cloud floats. Sheep jumps. Horse gallops Every creature enjoys the wonder of life. Everywhere is the music of life Warm sunlight pours down like summer rain, deeply sinking into soil This is … Continue reading Hymn of the Earth: Musical Interlude
The Word of the Day is WINNING!!! Who epitomizes the greatest American Dream the most greatly? Who is the superlative All-American family above all the others voted Most Likely Did Succeed Already? Is it the Trumps? Or is it the Kardashians? You decide. One thing is for certain, they are both WINNING!!! and you're not … Continue reading WINNING!!! Which One is the Quintessential Americans Family? Trumps or Kardashians? You Decide!
https://youtu.be/YR5ApYxkU-U by Lois Beckett in Oakland edited by O Society October 25, 2019 For Adam Jasinski, a technology director for a school district outside of St Louis, Missouri, monitoring student emails used to be a time-consuming job. Jasinski used to do keyword searches of the official school email accounts for the district’s 2,600 students, looking … Continue reading Under digital surveillance: how American schools spy on millions of kids
Assange in Court by Craig Murray edited by O Society October 24, 2019 I was deeply shaken while witnessing yesterday’s events in Westminster Magistrates Court. Every decision was railroaded through over the scarcely heard arguments and objections of Assange’s legal team, by a magistrate who barely pretended to be listening. Before I get on to … Continue reading What Are The Powers That Be Distracting You From Right Now?