This is my humble attempt to share useful information, present alternate ideas and inspire original thought in an effort to help people transform their approach to life, hopefully leading to a more productive, creative and stress-free existence.

The current paradigm is broken in so many ways, on so many levels and inhibits us from making the most of our lives. Relearn, rethink, reinvent. Discover the alternatives and break through the manipulation, fear and deception.

There are many ways to avoid the system, get around the system and defy the system. But there are also many ways to improve our lives by simply paying more attention and thinking through things instead of just going through the motions.

Let’s try this together. Let’s look at everything from the food we eat, to the medicine we use; the way we drive and how we use transportation; how we manage money and our understanding of what money is; how we use our time and who we spend time with; what we focus our energy and emotion on and where our potential truly lies.

I hope this will open your eyes and help you to find your own paradigm to live within.

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7th March 2014

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GET MONEY OUT OF POLITICS!!! 
When the government represents corporations more than the people, it’s time for a new government!

GET MONEY OUT OF POLITICS!!! 

When the government represents corporations more than the people, it’s time for a new government!

Tagged: broken systemcorruptioncorrupt governmentlabelsenatorsrepresentativesCongresslobbyistsCitizens unitedCorporate States Of Americacorporatismmoney in politicswe the peoplestand upfight the powerREVOLUTION

Source: politico.com

21st February 2014

Photo reblogged from Cały ja with 13,690 notes

older and wiser

older and wiser

Tagged: thisolder and wiserquoteswisdomwords of wisdomelderlyknowledgefight backstand uprise againstREVOLUTION

Source: a-t-o-m-i-c

19th February 2014

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It’s really scary to me that this stuff is happening in Kiev (top - a before/after composite photo) and in Valencia, Venezuela (bottom). 

A big part of me has hoped for some time now that people would stand up to their governments in protest of oppression, austerity, corruption and unethical control. I just had not hoped for it to become so violent.

I hope the aftermath of all this is progress, but at what cost? What must first be lost in order to gain fair rights for all?

Tagged: protestsrevoltREVOLUTIONanti-governmentKievVenezuelafiresburning

18th February 2014

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It’s time to end money in politics. 

No more Citizens United bullshit.

No more Lobbyist bullshit.

No more Special Interests bullshit.

No more corporate welfare and tax exemption bullshit.

NO MORE BULLSHIT!

Tagged: Represent Usno moreCitizens unitedLobbyistsspecial interestscorporate welfarecorporate tax exemptionbroken systemgovernmentwasted moneyof the peoplefor the peopleby the peoplewe the peoplerise uprevoltREVOLUTIONfight backend corruptioncorrupt governmentvideoCorporate States Of America

Source: represent.us

24th January 2014

Photoset reblogged from The Culture Revolution with 98,485 notes

Tyler Durden - Our Great Depression

"Working jobs we hate, to buy shit we don’t need."

Tagged: words of wisdomwake uplearn somethingquotesmovie quotesFight ClubTyler DurdenBrad PittJared LetounderstandingrebellionREVOLUTION

Source: god-body

5th November 2013

Photoset reblogged from I'm So Goddamn Sick, Baby with 144,779 notes

Remember, remember the 5th of November. The gunpowder, treason, and plot. I know of no reason why the gunpowder, treason should ever be forgot.

May the masses one day awake and realize the world they’ve grown accustomed to is not the one they would have chosen. 

Tagged: Fifth of November5th of NovemberGuy FawkesV for VendettaNatalie PortmanmoviesrevoltREVOLUTIONoccupywall streetOWSfight for your rightrise againstrage against the machinemuse

Source: kurtcobains

30th September 2013

Photo reblogged from The Culture Revolution with 41,249 notes

If an incompetent legislative branch of government forced a government shutdown due to a disagreement over healthcare for their citizens in any other country in the world, we would see this tonight in the capital. 

If an incompetent legislative branch of government forced a government shutdown due to a disagreement over healthcare for their citizens in any other country in the world, we would see this tonight in the capital. 

Tagged: broken systemlame duck congressincompetentlegistlativegovernment shutdownobamacarehealthcareRepublican'tsrevoltrevolutionretaliationriotsfight backfight the power

Source: newhybridkilla

10th April 2013

Photo reblogged from OccupyLA with 18 notes

occupyla:

California is on its way to nullifying the NDAA’s indefinite detention! Today the CA Public Safety Committee voted unanimously in favor of Assembly Bill 351 (AB351), the California Liberty Preservation Act. Four more states are in the process of passing a similar bill: http://www.activistpost.com/2013/02/4-states-advance-anti-ndaa-legislation.html Operation Homeland Liberty: Stop the NDAAhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQ7PX0Me7LM Last Wednesday, at OccupyLA’s GA, the anti-NDAA coalition invited us to join their effort to nullify the NDAA via the city council (presenter starts at about 4:35): http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/30854955 Info below on CA’s anti-NDAA bill and image via The Tenth Amendment Center: http://blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2013/04/california-ndaa-nullification-bill-passes-assembly-committee-unanimously/ AB351 establishes the proper constitutional role by first citing the 10th Amendment as limiting the power of the federal government as to that which has been delegated to it and nothing more. “The Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution authorizes the United States federal government to exercise only those powers specifically delegated to it in the United States Constitution.” It then declares the indefinite detention powers under NDAA to be unconstitutional: “Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (NDAA) codifies indefinite military detention without charge or trial of civilians captured far from any battlefield, violating the United States Constitution and corroding our nation’s commitment to the rule of law” Most importantly, the bill requires the entire state apparatus, including all local governments, to refuse to implement the federal act, or any other federal act (such as AUMF) that might be cited to give the same power to the federal government: “It is the policy of this state to refuse to provide material support for or to participate in any way with the implementation within this state of any federal law that purports to authorize indefinite detention of a person within California.” This would make a HUGE dent in any effort to further restrict due process – and would be a big step forward for California. It would also create shockwaves around the rest of the country. As Judge Andrew Napolitano has said recently, such widespread noncompliance can make a federal law “nearly impossible to enforce”). And in those limited situations where enforcement does occur, Rosa Parks has taught us all the power of “NO!” Passage of AB351 would mark the beginning of the end of NDAA indefinite detention in California. Nullify NDAA California group on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nullifyndaacalifornia/

This is encouraging to hear. It shows that people are wising up and are ready to stand against the Federal Government’s attempts to challenge the freedoms of the individual.

occupyla:

California is on its way to nullifying the NDAA’s indefinite detention! Today the CA Public Safety Committee voted unanimously in favor of Assembly Bill 351 (AB351), the California Liberty Preservation Act.

Four more states are in the process of passing a similar bill: http://www.activistpost.com/2013/02/4-states-advance-anti-ndaa-legislation.html

Operation Homeland Liberty: Stop the NDAA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQ7PX0Me7LM

Last Wednesday, at OccupyLA’s GA, the anti-NDAA coalition invited us to join their effort to nullify the NDAA via the city council (presenter starts at about 4:35): http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/30854955

Info below on CA’s anti-NDAA bill and image via The Tenth Amendment Center: http://blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2013/04/california-ndaa-nullification-bill-passes-assembly-committee-unanimously/

AB351 establishes the proper constitutional role by first citing the 10th Amendment as limiting the power of the federal government as to that which has been delegated to it and nothing more.

“The Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution authorizes the United States federal government to exercise only those powers specifically delegated to it in the United States Constitution.”

It then declares the indefinite detention powers under NDAA to be unconstitutional:

“Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (NDAA) codifies indefinite military detention without charge or trial of civilians captured far from any battlefield, violating the United States Constitution and corroding our nation’s commitment to the rule of law”

Most importantly, the bill requires the entire state apparatus, including all local governments, to refuse to implement the federal act, or any other federal act (such as AUMF) that might be cited to give the same power to the federal government:

“It is the policy of this state to refuse to provide material support for or to participate in any way with the implementation within this state of any federal law that purports to authorize indefinite detention of a person within California.”

This would make a HUGE dent in any effort to further restrict due process – and would be a big step forward for California. It would also create shockwaves around the rest of the country. As Judge Andrew Napolitano has said recently, such widespread noncompliance can make a federal law “nearly impossible to enforce”). And in those limited situations where enforcement does occur, Rosa Parks has taught us all the power of “NO!” Passage of AB351 would mark the beginning of the end of NDAA indefinite detention in California.

Nullify NDAA California group on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nullifyndaacalifornia/

This is encouraging to hear. It shows that people are wising up and are ready to stand against the Federal Government’s attempts to challenge the freedoms of the individual.

Tagged: NDAAindefinite detentionCA AB351OccupyOWSstand up for your rightsfight backREVOLUTION

27th February 2013

Video reblogged from sustainable future with 14 notes

Joe Rogan - not just a comedian.

Tagged: Joe Roganwords of wisdomevolutionREVOLUTIONwasted potentialvideo

Source: joerogan.net

4th February 2013

Post reblogged from The People's Record with 377 notes

America is the richest nation in the world. Our GDP was $15.09 trillion in 2012. That is enough money to eliminate extreme poverty worldwide 276 times over. Yet 146 million American’s (half of our population) live in poverty or are ‘near poor’.

thepeoplesrecord:

#monopoly stage of capitalism, #capitalism 

Broken system…  reboot needed!

Tagged: broken systemunited states rankinggreeddebtdeficitrevolutionwealth gapinflation

Source: anarcho-queer