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Vaccine Purges

The over reach of vaccination mandates has emboldened some in governance to make mandates that in order to work and exist in the same manner one must 'prove' that one is . . . vaccinated. They call this a 'safety' measure. It's not safe for those who have to put up with it.

These vaccine purges are happening now. For example Italy has some in their governance who are so bold as to condemn the unvaccinated to being unable to get paid for work, or to do normal things in public. This tyranny will not stand, if History teaches us anything. These are purges. Plan and simple.

The vaccine is just one method of curing or preventing the supposed disease. Another disease is ignored by these (unjust, and uncivil) efforts: the disease of megalomanical dictatorship without accountability. If only there were a terse word to use for that which hasn't been already made irrelevant, where the users of that word are tagged as alarmists or 'conspiracy theorists'.

Vaccine purges are on going. Massachusetts State Police (Troopers) are resigning in lieu of being forced to get this 'treatment' of either gene therapy or experimental vaccine.

I'm not sure where it goes from here, how could I know? It's like a volcano of bad governance happening all at once. And the correct way to deal with pyroclastic missiles of flaming lava is to move out of their range. How does one move out of the range of the volcanic tyranny of vaccine purges?

La Palma devistation

The Earth renews while it destroys

here is a link to La Palma volcanic erruption. this is an URL for a live link to those current erruptions.:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNtCfADEbbA

this one too, not live but wow!

this shows the pyroclastic flow which is a river of lava!

title: #IGME_CSIC #erupcionenlapalma #volcanes Vuelo Dron 02 (25/9/21). Erupción Cumbre Vieja, La Palma. IGME-CSIC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoZA0FqCwEM

The History of Tyranny

Ignore history at your peril!

History seems clear about the long term effect of tyrannical purges in European countries on the health of those involved, especially the despots who veer into the wasteland of issuing edicts to control and force unwilling citizens to submit to nonsensical, or unnecessary dictates. Follow along, they would demand say, do the submission rituals, which they deemed manditory or be purged. The system is configured that bad governance is curtailed by European methods. Read history and study world events going back 3000 years and you can find out for yourself what happens to tyrants, despots, and immoral dictators.

A volcano of bad governance errupts world wide for a world wide political cataclysm

My description to review what has happened historically to those who overreach in such an egregious way is a call to review the dictates and to rescind those mistaken dictates. A review of the fate of tyrants from the past shows that they often suffer in their fates worse than those against who they behaved as tyrants. Governmental tyrannical overreach has resolved as such, and hopefully that kind of resolution is not a prescription for the future. One hopes that those implementing these draconian and anti-human 'solutions' to the problems of disease, will step back and review; and then rescind; the dictates that they suggest for others, and look again and decide that what they had proposed is untenable and would not solve anything. In fact, what mistaken orders of governmental overreach do, is to assure the eventual downfall of that type of bad governance, in the long run. If History is any guide to current events, those who over reach need to re-access and rescind their overreaching and unworkable and tyrannical 'mandates'.

What are the vaccine mandates in some people's eyes? They seem to be loyalty tests. The person either is 'loyal' to the idea that the governance is correct in what it dictates, or one is purged from working and being able to survive well within the current system. It's akin to having to make an oath to an emperor. It is like other imperious dictates, like 'you must donate to the emperor's temple', or other forms of displays of submission.

People are rightfully distrustful of the medical establishment as it's always been a tradition to be skeptical of doctors and of dictators both. Skepticism has always been a part of staying healthy for many people. To some the mandates seem to be a demand for submission, like an oath of fidelity. Others might call it similar to dictates of sacrifices for emperors, or akin to the submission to a blood ritual. Some, just being privacy advocates, might want the vaccine, but wouldn't want the government to be able to mandate it, or even ask 'did you get this'. This is called 'medical privacy'.

Politicians who adhere to a policy that they are dictators seem to display a disregard for the public, as if those politicians do not believe that they need the people's support to win an election. A country that goes full tyrant-mode, in this regard, may be ruled by people who no longer fear the public's outcry at elections, as if elections are not real, and the people don't really have a democracy.

must take a . . .

loyalty oath?

must involve oneself in a . . .

blood ritual
the submission to the vaccine is seen as a ? ?
loyalty test?

All of that is hard to say, but that is the view that they seem to give out. Or I live in a bubble and am being fed misinformation to anger me? Is the news of Troopers needing to resign, and Italians remaining unpaid fake? I looked for it and that news showed up in very many places.

I conclude that many may find that submitting to a vaccine is like having to take a loyalty oath and to having to submit to a pagan blood ritual. People may also conclude that requiring vaccines in this way is an over reach of the governance and a violation of the civil rights of those subjected to such dictates.

Those hazed with this vaccine mandate loyalty test probably will have good standing in courts. How will that help them if their lives are ruined?

People do resent having to submit to the any unjust mandates or tests of loyalty, be it of healthcare or any sphere of governance. Institutional dictates of unconnected profiteering oligarchs are often made merely to enrich them. (Witness the Global Warming narratives.) To destroy the people through purges is not the behavior of those who seek the good health and welfare of the public. The situation is dire for those actively being purged right now. These governors and officials are out of bounds, and acting like tyrants.

September 
      25,
   2021

Del Rio, Texas

Del Rio, Texas is in a big valley. A big valley will flood. But in a desert, this only happens from time to time. The river is dry. but there is still a 'wash', the rill of the landscape, that is a known flood zone. In Spanish this is called an arroyo. So, in New Mexico, for example, the word 'arroyo' is also used. In fact, it shows up in English dictionaries as a 'borrowed' word.

When I stayed in New Mexico the cable television would often have public service announcements. I remember one, as if it's almost a joke, because who wouldn't know this?(who wouldn't know as follows:) the message was "Remember to never camp in an arroyo". That makes sense. But the announcement is not a joke. And flash flooding is serious business.

mud-running a rig through a boggy place

There is a 'sporting' activity that happens in a wet place, through the low parts of fields, much to the discontent of local farmers, where old beat trucks, or other 4 wheel vehicles, are brought up to a higher speed and then they 'run' the muddy area. Will they make it through? Will the State Police show up and issue tickets? Will they have to spend the night at a friends house because their rig is stuck in the field? How angry will the farmer be?

The activity of driving through a boggy part to see how far you can get through it is called 'mudrunning'. It may, in fact, be illegal unless you own the land (that seems obvious). But, from time to time, I've seen it being done, or the results of it. It's maybe called 'redneck activity' but it can be done by anyone. The only thing needed is a muddy field and a person looking for an adrynline rush, driving a beat-rig, in a place where that kind of mud is accessible from some other byway. Sometimes it's done so that pepole on a class 6 road, way out in the middle of a forest, don't have to back track, which results from making the mistake of trying to take a secret short cut through a part that isn't really classed for through-traffic. These roads are called 'logging roads' in some parts. Other places call them class VI (class 6, in Vermont, at least). And usually they will only show up on topographic maps from long ago, or if the people know about them, they will use them. There are very many roads like this.

But why? Why do people do this dangerously stupid activity of ripping up a field? Well, my recollection of it is that they needed to get through. So this fast forwards to the part about Del Rio. During the flooding at some point some guys made a video of themselves trying to get away from it. There are two trucks, and they 'run' the flooding arroyo. This is a very dangerous thing to do! Here is a youtube link of that:

dangerous escape, Del Rio, Texas
running trucks throuh flooded aroyos
"Escaping Flash Floods Near Del Rio Texas"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Mjw8EYkjIo

The video of the link above doesn't say when the floods shown occured. Driving through flooding arroyos is dangerous because you might not understand that the road through the dry-river may be washing away, or may have washed away, as the cascades of water flood through the rill of the land. In a dessert place such rills dry except when it floods as shown in the video.

Here is a link to another video about flooding effects in Del Rio:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5t5EJQPSBVM

20 years after Del Rio flooding, survivors say they're being kicked off of their trail home site.

14,000 people under a bridge

Where it often has torrential flooding

Am I being fair? Does that particular spot where the 14000 people have been squatted, have flash floods?

My quess is 'yes', or else why would there be such a big bridge there? People who are in charge, if there are any, should take note. Move these people with haste!

The Kings Highway

Anyone interested in rural back-roads can also examine other types of abandoned byways, such as The Kings Highway, commissioned by the The King of Great Britian through New England and to Canada, or other places. These highways were drawn in straight lines over ridges, and down big slopes, and when automobiles were first invented the Kings Highway and other 'straight through' types of roads had too steep a grade to be useful for the common automobile. So the roads were switched to run along side, and ululate along the rivers, and down through the riles of the land, along side the flooding streams.

September 
      19,
   2021

The drone strike . . .

Was a mistake . . . admits . . .

DOD

but the snarky response: weren't they all?




Why did some in office in Washington DC ever get to believe that they could sit in their control rooms and direct death-from-above upon people thousands of miles away who posed no direct threat, and are located in a foreign nation? Without judges and juries, and with no due process, some in the DC establishment authorized death drones against enemies for years during the Obama regime. And now this behavior has started up again under the current administration.

Now that they have admitted that their process will often produce results that even they do not want, which other drone strikes will they also admit were 'mistakes', even by their flawed methodology? The flaw is that they feel that they have this right to direct drone strikes as they do. If they aren't on the scene then they should be out of the situation. Leave it to the soldiers to fight the battles.

It seems as though these drone strikes are often politically motivated. If so those in politics who goaded on the operators of this drone-system to use it for effecting the news cycle, those who do this are, in my estimation, unfit to be in that position.



here is a headline from the brietbart.com website.

"By Withholding Regeneron, Biden Could Be Sentencing Black People to Death"

the url that gives this headline is as follows:

https://www.breitbart.com/health/2021/09/17/by-withholding-regeneron-biden-could-be-sentencing-black-people-to-death/

The White House phrases this (?) as 'fairness?'

Others might not call it 'equity' or 'fairness'. Others might call such holding back of critical life-saving, and readily available medicines, a criminal act. The withholding of supplies, for whatever reason, to citizens with a right to them, and when there is an ample supply of that medicine, is, in fact, an abuse of the civil rights of those citizens from whom the medicine is being withheld. Why does it matter if they are Black, or whoever.

Even though the Breitbart headline comments using concerns of the race division narrative, they are not pandering to that narrative. Instead they seem to be pointing out how the current administration seems to panders to it.

The editors of Brietbart, and their current crop of writers, seem well versed in the concepts of equality, and that political pandering based upon race (and any political pandering, for that matter) is divisive and not good for the people.

September 
      17,
   2021

I don't know what to make of it.

Politics is like the ancient ruins, but a theater

Taormina

Some are making comparisons

The view from here

The view from here? Rain. More rain. Rain through the night.

as far as the current state of poluticks? (politics) Do I need to remind people of the famous 'jump the shark' episode?

There is this thing called 'night mare logic' when things seem really really bad. You've got the wrong news somehow. And when that has happened to me (it has been a very very very long time since I've needed it) I just say 'none of what I'm telling myself that this is right now makes sense in a happy and sane world so this is either hullcination or night mare.' and then I attend to getting somewhere safe where I can sleep through whatever fear would have been there had I kept playing along with the nightmare. Usually that works for people places and things.

I used to live in a happy cave of a room in my safe spot, a bunch of hours away and tuckered in deep within my hidden view of what was (or seemed) real. At some point I recognized how fradulent so much is of this world, and looked elsewhere for revelations, and finally got back to where it all makes sense for me. I found a happy place of a different venue.

Perhaps it is because I can still recall, in some sense, what it was for me before I understood as I do today. When I noted various passings in my life, I said to myself in my journals or in my poems about what I was before, what I couldn't be now, what I wouldn't have been. What I am not. What I percieved of others, a lot of rambling and pandering to my own apologietic instincts, not willing to face-up-to what seemed very clear to me, and that I could talk about with words. I could just see it, and learned to talk about it plainly in a way almost like a standup comic with a death wish. Maybe that was me in a past incarnation, a standup comedian at some temple playhouse wine-feast venue where they ran Sicilian plays in the moonlight (speculation and fantasy. Past lives are said to be a fiction or a fantasy) (really, to me, more interesting then the speech today: what was the deal with ancient theater lighting? I mean how did they light the stage. And I think that the answer is 'with natural light'. Sunlight. Moon light. Maybe even lamps and bonfire. We forget all that. the crazy day of times gone past. They still do shows at Taormina, and you can go there in a video and hear the trustees speak in forceful verbs about that place, that localle, the theater, the ancient Greek playwrights.

So in a thousand years? what would be remembered of today? Will the world note, in some future day, Sept 9, 2021, the guantlet was thrown down for some reason when the dotter-head gave a mean-guy speech and called everyone opposed to his big plans a threat and . . . .

So how did they light those ancient venues? Well, of course, with natural light. And lamps. and bonfires.

The play that seems to be being acted out now down in the venue of the big white place, a theater for the ages, seems of the tragic genre. We know how they light that. With electric lamps paid for by the government, which gets it's money from tax payers and fee payers.


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Political and Media Inanity
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in this column Truck-u-later steps in deeper . . .

this place is pure kruft!

if every state were only allowed to have as many people as they want to have in a new state, DC, then there would be about 473 states. That would be a lot of new senators. And a lot of new state capitals.

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a running headline:

Still Trump wins bigly!

the tangled webs of constant decpetion mean, often, in politics . . .



蠱 work on what has been spoiled

sometimes you just need to remove kruft.

Politics never ends but sometimes it's better to remain mute. Mostly when there is nothing needing or wanting to be said.


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We move along. We keep doing for ourselves. We survive. We don't let the world define who and what we are, or how we feel, or what any of this really means.

And if they have bad humor, and will not forgive they will hate you then.


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alone after all of that


They dont' always leave you alone. It seems they still sometimes want to connect to try to draw that cray cray narrative out one more time. And you have to explain that, no, sorry, this is a bit. You caught me while I was writing a character, that's not me. I am using tht as a dialog in a paly that I'm having my character write inside of his narrative, he's writing his own play about a guy writing a play.

It's like he feeds on it, I get bothered that he lets me go on with it.




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Fourth of November

I was looking at my web page sreen and noticed that the headline for this column was 'forth of October' so I thought, why not do a quick update.

The plans I had for these pages were to make them much easier to edit, but I never took it farther, I guess it's good for what I need. If I make it too easy I make myself a target, of a kind. All that is belong to us was once invented by someone else mentality, or other such paranoia.

I've spent a lot of time studying bash and process, and that morphed into a study of Python, and animation has always been an interest of mine. But without a team effort I think the product might prove to be . . . not as awesome as if with a like minded team, all with different skills. Even a 6 and a half minute thing is an awful lot of story board. I've been studying Pink Panther animation, which is Hollywood studio quality stuff (from the mind 1960's) and what I see is a terseness of visual form that, in close up, tells a better story than if they'd put in too much detail. Even though it's just a few strokes and some fill, we know it's a bunny. Or sometimes The Pink Panther sticks his head out of something, and we know that there isn't any room for the rest of him. Or they wave a wand and suddenly transform the story. It's kind of an easy transition if everything can always change into anything you want it to change into. That was the them of a book called Harold and the Purple Crayon which was one of the earliest books I remember owning. (Pop on Top with the pages half torn out is another one. )

But isn't there an obligation to future young minds when one commits oneself to doing animated projects? Do we have an obligation to not full children up with false ideas? I only ask that question as a way to guage the respoders through the response. The best response to such is to be like 'OF course,' but then to realize that it's just bait, and explain that you understand that such questions are only asked so as to draw out a response in defense of not telling bullshit to children. The correct response, if you don't understand that it's is a test and passing the test . . . means that you don't give a wrong answer to an question that is obvious. If you answer the question wrong, you fail the test, just from that answer alone. There is no other item of importance that you need ot know. If you respond that, no, it's OK to give out falsehood and present hate and be a creep . . .

Only in a fiction would someone answer like that. But as well to much attention to other people's children is also a questionable method. Clearly the theme of turning a witch into a goodlooking female panther and then flying off with her like Samantha and a cartoon moon . . . gets a different response today. But one must understand the cultural context of the 'witch' or the 'gennee' (the magic person) in 1960's LA. The genre of 'instant success through a fortunate connection' is a common one in LA and Hollywood produced films. An earlier message was 'oh the troubles of all this success, and how we have squandered and frittered it all to be gone, and then deception of a fat-cat and getting wealthy all at once by agreeing to not do something to interfere with the fat-cat activity, and thus getting one's fortune back immediately (or making one that you never had before) and fallg in love in a weekend (which no one can deny can happen, but then being married by the end of the 2 hr movie, which in movie weeks is not even one (in the space inside the movie): so success comes by fly-by-night falling your 'feelze' and perticpating in a decption, that's Hollywood 1937 (myabe New York/ Conneticuit via Hollywood).

And so what is the Pink Pather's deal? Or Bugs Bunny's deal? Or any of the cartoon character's deals? There is a plot. You can study what it is. They have a moral story. You can see how it works through. In Pink Panther cartoons the Pink Panther is generally looking out for everyone else's well being, but he has no qualms snagging a magicians magic cape, (and the rabbit that lives in it!). And when his magic use of the cape makes a bull have two halfs! and thus go into a sad crying bout, Pink heals him with the very same cloak and makes the bull whole again. And the story ends and all are well. It all comes out well in the end.

At some Christmas, many years back, I was watching a Matt and Trey creation and it was Cartman in the forest with all these bunny deer and forest critters and Matt and Trey took it to a dark place, as tasteful as it can be done, in that scene. Now I think that is fine for adult cartoons, and I think it's really cool for the message that they give. It's a visual warning: you do have a moral obligation to not be a creep. If you audience is children you wouldn't, shouldn't dwell in such a space. And the dazed look of CArtman, at the end of his almost hullucinatory part, gives a message to the viewers. It's a visual commentary woven within the cartoon itself. And such things, maybe too sophisticated for children, might also prove rather difficult for children to comprehend, in comprehensible questions and 'what the . . . ' into a dark naptime that didn't need to be like that.

And then the other axis of it is to never do anything, never tell any stories, never use images to depict scenes, like a play, not make drawings, don't do graphics, never have a word to say, or an idea to share . . . clearly that's not what we want either, becuase if no one ever says anything to you or gives you anything to review, or toys to play with, you might wonder 'what am I doing to make them isolate me as such', not knowing how to phrase it, you'd maybe feel rejected? Can someone at least give me a comics section, so I can read stale day-old funnies? A time machine? did I get in a time machine? We don't have news papers anymore? No more comics? What do you me Jay and Silent Bob are just characters . . . . in a movie . . .

November 4, 2019

Fix your self and the world gets fixed around you

I've requested to have what I requested shut off, turned back on. Why? Because I'm ready now.


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nothing need stay the same
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just who reads, who writes these poems?
off a mountain road the poet roams
but only in a poem.

Realizing that the empty 
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The deep snow.

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Coders Edge

At the precipice of coding.

a mountain trail often has a place with a great view and a perilous fall if you wonder just a bit too far to one side of the trail. It's called a precipice. It's not a scary place. It's a safe place that one passes through.


OK, so I've done an update to FC34.

the biggest issue was . . . . drum roll . . .a lock up of gnome.

and if i clicked on the activities button I would need to reload (log out log back in).

I was able to run stuff without that, and thus determined a list of files that might need to be removed. I did as full reinstall of gnome as such:

dnf reinstall gnome

then I did a

dnf list installed |grep fc33

which gave me a list of files to consider uninstalling.

from that I got the following:

first odd issue:

sudo was not at first working! I had to install it! I kept the configuration file so I have my preferences still set up.

dnf install sudo                                                                                                                                                                          dnf reinstall gnome-*                                                                                                                                                                       dnf reinstall kde*                                                                                                                                                                          dnf reinstall NetworkManager*                                                                                                                                                               dnf remove gnome-screensaver                                                                                                                                                               dnf remove gnome-shell-extension-desktop-icons-20.04.0-2.fc33.noarch                                                                                                                       dnf remove xorg-x11-xkb-extras-7.7-33.fc33.x86_64                                                                                                                                          dnf remove compat-openssl10-1:1.0.2o-11.fc33.x86_64                                                                                                                                        dnf remove mozjs60-60.9.0-7.fc33.x86_64                             

there are still some fc33 packages, (I also looked for fc32 packages, anything older that was gnome)

sudo dnf list installed |grep fc33
biber.noarch                                         2.14-4.fc33                            @fedora               
gamin.x86_64                                         0.1.10-37.fc33                         @fedora               
libgta.x86_64                                        1.0.9-5.fc33                           @fedora 

if removing a package also removed large numbers of other packages, I left it. For each of the few that I did remove, I always would make sure by reading what would happen before agreeing to the transaction.

now the gnome-shell is working and it doesn't lock up. So which of the packages that I removed made the difference? I am not sure.

and so after just a few short hours of install, I've got my system working in away that seems normal.

the new gnome shell moves the icons to the bottom of the screen.

I find gnome-shell to be annoyingly poppy at times. I tend to do things rapidly, and all the popping can be nauseating.

It is helpful to learn how to use dnf. I've found that the reverse history stuff works as long as you haven't made too many changes. It's a dicey, though, to try and go back to an older revision but I did it ONCE. Next time it didn't work out so well. AT that point it was installing dnf and yum from rpms.

and I had success. It's the kind of thing that when you know how to do it . . .

but there was one other trick that I needed and it was a scary way to reset a password and I did discover how to do it. I'm not sharing that one (barely remember) it's like these things exist in a nether, and it's best to . . . let the knowledge fade unless you need it. It's too scary to dwell in that space.

anyway, gnome shell is working. It's not flighty and hanging up. And all it took was to remove the old packages of gnome that might conflict with it. And now I can continue with my review.


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