You are not alone. The endless manipulation of news is meant to help us forget, once again, that we are living in a world capable of incredibly remarkable achievements

Photo: “Cosmic Cliffs” in the Carina Nebula (NIRCam Image)

13 July 2022 | James Porteous | Clipper Media News

No, you are not alone. Everyone is fed up. Everyone has done what they were told to do for over two years and here we are, right back where we started.

It might surprise you to know that, much like the covid measures, the things happening now are universal.

The rising cost of food and fuel is happening everywhere. The devastation from the so-called sanctions against ‘Putin’ is universal. Except in Russia, of course.

The almost complete implosion of health care and airports and government offices and food and fuel distribution is almost universal.

The push to ‘increase taxes’ and cut services in order to ‘fight inflation at a time when the so-called sanctions against Putin have destroyed the core fabric of society is universal.

The idiotic notion that life will ‘one day’ be better if only we deal with inflation, cost of living, and government debt now is an age-old controlling and manipulative ploy.

The vague notion that ‘the war’ was manufactured in order to allow all of the above to happen under the guise of ‘protecting’ freedom and democracy is almost universal.

So, a reminder.

Humans by nature are not evil nor vindictive or stupid.

Humans by nature want to follow the rules of life and nature.

Humans by nature, when they have been dicked around hard enough and long enough, will remove themselves from the man-made propagada and manipulation and the constant stoking of ‘fear.’

Humans by nature, when ‘allowed’ to put aside the constant manipulation and propaganda, are still capable of incredibly remarkable achievements.

This, too, is universal.

And by the way, the images we are seeing from the Webb Space Telescope will be flowing for the next 20 years. Perhaps we should make a point of turning off the news and instead monitor the images for the next 20 years.

James Porteous | Clipper Media News

Stephan’s Quintet (NIRCam and MIRI Composite Image)