The world moves closer towards an Orwellian scenario of control just as we are reminded of Huxley’s prescience. The metaverse-crypto entanglement is the Oligarchy’s virtually perfect web of entrapment. Continue reading A Journal of the Plague Year 2021: The metaverse-crypto entrapment
Biological warfare is not new. But that doesn’t mean every time people are supposed to have been hit by the bug, they actually have been infected by that particular bug. Information can be manufactured to fit agendas. Evidence can be falsified. (Fiction) Continue reading A Journal of the Plague Year 2021: Eduardo at the Café Bona Lista
Many Americans seem to think there is a legitimate government in place but the US is a country that has undergone a coup. It is no longer a democratic country: all those who keep saying or thinking they are still in a democracy are living in denial. Continue reading A Journal of the Plague Year 2021: The Distasteful State of the Union
by Sanjay Perera
The collective aspirations of its people go beyond the Who’s Who of Singapore and their supporters. The country also includes those who have no one in particular to speak for them. Continue reading Taking notes 66: When the political is personal and the personal is political
by Sanjay Perera
People are led by the nose through distractions of violence that keep them wallowing in their comfort zones, and festering in their hates.
Continue reading Taking notes 65: Trump’s triumph: what more can be done?
by Henry A. Giroux The thought of security bears within it an essential risk. A state which has security as its sole task and source of legitimacy is a fragile organism; it can always be provoked by terrorism to … Continue reading Terrorism, violence, and the culture of madness