Tom Bilyeu

here seth god in, who is not exactly a radical nor a conspiracy theorist, talks about how industrialists modified the original icarus myth to suit their needs and how public school was invented to feed factory labor.

Accept your own death, then let’s change the world.
https://www.facebook.com/tombilyeu/videos/1392780817533625/
From the article: This is the ugly truth behind why people warn you not to fly too high.

How about a little fascism with your morning coffee? READ —> https://ift.tt/2Kl1l0a We got comfortable and guess what? They want more. More money, more power, more control. The time is now, right now. Protests are important, but we have to do everything in our power to reach our Trump-supporting friends and family. That’s who is getting the full Trump treatment. That’s who they are catering too. They covered up the kids in cages. They won’t hesitate to cover up the next phase either. By the time the truth comes out, it could very well be too late. But our freedom, and the freedom of people alll over the world, is worth a little discord and personal discomfort, yes?

How about a little fascism with your morning coffee?

READ —> https://ift.tt/2Kl1l0a

We got comfortable and guess what? They want more. More money, more power, more control.

The time is now, right now. Protests are important, but we have to do everything in our power to reach our Trump-supporting friends and family. That’s who is getting the full Trump treatment. That’s who they are catering too. They covered up the kids in cages. They won’t hesitate to cover up the next phase either. By the time the truth comes out, it could very well be too late. But our freedom, and the freedom of people alll over the world, is worth a little discord and personal discomfort, yes?

My Grandmother’s Desperate Choice

From the article:
“If I couldn’t immediately explain to my daughter how Win died, I decided, I could at least explain why. ‘She needed help really badly and no one would help her so she died,’ I told her.

Then I added a reassurance that I’m not sure I’d feel confident offering today. ‘It’s not a thing that would happen to us now,’ I said. ‘If we ever needed that kind of help, we would get it and we would be safe.'”
https://www.newyorker.com/culture/personal-history/my-grandmothers-desperate-choice
From the article: My grandmother died of a self-induced abortion. In the Trump era, her story has taken on a new sense of urgency.