[ExI] an inconvenient truth

Rafal Smigrodzki rafal.smigrodzki at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 11:15:46 UTC 2015

On Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 1:24 AM, spike <spike66 at att.net> wrote:
> Americans, If you have not the time to read Orwell, I demand that you at
> least Cliff’s Notes, and if you have not the time to read Cliff’s Notes,
> you have not the time to vote.

### Oddly enough, I see the email brouhaha as a sign of progress. Think
about one her infamous predecessors, the most evil and destructive
president in US history, the one who stole America's gold and plunged her
into the true Depression, followed by a real, not just
TV-entertainment-level, war. During a long 13 years of presidency, most of
the population did not even know he could hardly walk! Maybe I am an
inveterate optimist but this kind of deep deception, and brutal
in-your-face brutality seem to be much less likely today than 80 years ago.

Maybe they won't be able to falsify the 2016 election results enough to
elect her. Maybe the IRS will be a bit slowed down in their persecution of
Scott Walker supporters. There is more knowledge going around today. Even
after the FCC is done taking over the internet, they won't be able to
completely shut down the percolation of unapproved truth.

Life is good, Spike :)

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