How to life and act in a free world
Hope is a belief in a positive outcome, but what if hope is a fantasy based on ….
… based on what the media like me to believe?
A couple of years ago I started reading different website who gave a more relevant view of life and the economy than the newspapers do. Newspapers that's don't give an honest view of what really goes on in the world today is my experience. I think that's why people make decisions in life based on false information.
Although I know that hope is a belief in a positive outcome that keeps you from being pessimistic, what if hope is based on a fantasy kept intact by the lies spread through the media and politics?
Politics, the process by which groups of people make collective decisions.
It is an extremely unrealistic outcome to believe that the economy is on track to recovery. Years ago, it was clear to me that I needed to get rid of my dept, even though a house loan was considered a good investment, … in the media! History told me it was the right thing to do to skip a few holiday's and quickly pay what was left of my dept. So I did over the last two years and look what happened to the housing market in the US.
Collective decisions are made almost on a daily bases with the democratic process in mind?
Do we see so much unhealthy foods in the stores, because we want it?
Is our living so expensive because they need our tax money to divide it under the 'poor'?
Do you have the feeling - like me - being deprives from your money with open eyes everyday!
Isn't it time to do something about it, …. together?
Is voting the best option?
Or do you vote with your wallet to buy or don't but the things you're against?
In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act." – George Orwell
When it comes to news and health information, alternative independent websites and books may be our best source of advice. But I've also learned to do my own research and follow the money. - Henk Mutsaers
Early in life I had noticed that no event is ever correctly reported in a newspaper. -- George Orwell.
The problem with the media, now, is that most journalists have been either silenced or easily prone to waves of disinformation campaigns that come from various sources. – Fred Soto
"One of the things that bothers me most is the growing belief in the country that security is more important than freedom. It ain't."
-- Lyn Nofziger
Music is / was always playing an important part in the political battleground. The revolutionary leaders take / took music seriously – they realized it is a very useful tool for changing the way people think and feel. -- That's why this sitye is hard to find in the search engines !!
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