American Dissonance – 2021-04-02 – Fringe: A Fools Play

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Fringe – A War of Conscience.
There Was a Man.

I May Not Be Much, But I’m All that I Think About

All that we do is done with an eye to something else. Aristotle “Simply put, to understand the deed, look for the motive. I am not innocent, but you are guilty.” A little bit of justice is all we can afford.  I am not who you think I am. you are who you think I am.

I am not who you think I amI am not who I think I amI am who I think you think I am” Charles Horton Cooley. jusqu’à demain.

Back Blast: Why seeketh thee vengeance oh man? With what purpose is it tho pursueth it? Thinketh tho to pain thine adversary? know that thee thyself feeleth its greatest torments. – Akhenaten, Egyptian Pharaoh.

A Murder of Crows, all the whole dark stormy parts with a long history of fear and loathing. A system where the strong prey on the weak. They think they come to judge guilt and innocence. In the end they vote for the side with the better ‘liar’. All eyes are on you. “Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall.”

Free Your Mind: Remember what the dormouse said, or go Ask Alice.  A warning to unseen victims: The Cake Is A Lie, a promise without any intent of delivery – Ay, to the leavening; but here’s yet in the word hereafter the kneading, the making of the cake, the heating the oven, and the baking. Nay, you must stay the cooling too, or you may chance burn your lips. Even by the ocean, the cake is a lie. A Real Life Phantasy. Keep on hoping, it’ll keep you hopping! Who needs to be creative when there’s so much to ripoff?

proverb In interactions with people you don’t know well, you should behave with caution and avoid meddling in their affairs. Remember: you should know a man seven years before you stir his fire.

Your cause may come easy to you. Do not grow old and fearful. There is no greater victory, no greater fate than death. America Has Fallen

“If you don’t live a life in service of a greater good, you’ve gotta at least die a death in service of a greater good, you know? And I fear that I won’t get either a life or a death that means anything.” ― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars

William Shakespeare’s quotation: First thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers. A Murder of Crows – The only game in town. 
In a pig’s eye. He was under our noses the whole time! Ye gods and little fishes! When will these torturous days end?

In The Scarlet Letter, the minister feels his guilt and hypocrisy even more. He compares his silence with her public confession and realizes how his hidden guilt is tormenting him. This torture has led to insanity and “that eternal alienation from the Good and True, of which madness is perhaps the earthly type.”

The Lion, The Fox, and The Ass

“Scratch my back and I won’t scratch your eyes out.” – The Dead Eyed Grey Man.

A lion hunted with others. When it came time to divide the spoils the lion killed those who attempted to divide thing evenly. The fox learned and lived. Happy is the man who learns from the misfortunes of others.

Who(m) do we stomp on today? We have hit the magic time in life when nobody really cares in unison. Silence (thx mr. woo who knew)

A fact finding mission for a just war (in progress).
The Road Not Taken.
Wretched Afflictions
There ain’t no fool without toil and trouble.
“Sheep spend their whole lives living in fear of the wolf only to be eaten by the shepherd.” – Sheepocalypse (thx Beth).
There was a time when the sheep were so hardy as to wage war with the wolves; and so long as they had the dogs for their allies, they were, upon all encounters, at least a match for their enemies. Upon this consideration, the wolves sent their ambassadors to the sheep, to treat about a peace, and in the mean time there were hostages given on both sides; the dogs on the part of the sheep, and the wolves whelps on the other part, ’till matters might be brought to an issue. While they were upon treaty, the whelps fell a howling; the wolves cryed out treason; and pretending an infraction in the abuse of their hostages, fell upon the sheep immediately without their dogs, and made them pay for the improvidence of leaving themselves without a guard.

Everyone Has a Point, Even if You Don’t Get It.

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United States v. Bundy, Case No. 2:16-cr-00046-GMN-PAL (D. Nev. Dec. 30, 2016)
The Bundy Ranch Standoff and Trial Report by Vincent Easley II

“The Battle of Bunkerville” was the Stand-Off in the Spring of 2014 headed by the

U.S. Department of the Interior’s BLM (Bureau of Land Management) along the Virgin River in Southern Nevada.

On the other-side, were several hundred Americans Standing in the Gap in a Peaceful Pushback as both a protective buffer for the Bundy family, and to protest the government’s roundup and attempted confiscation of several hundred head of Bundy cattle.

 History and Current Events. Live-Stream, Video and Radio Broadcasts. I reported from the ranch in 2014 and  in 2017/18 at the federal trial in Las Vegas continuing the coverage, and as a witness (#303) for the defense.

Vincent Easley II, Continuing to Stand in Witness.
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