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Freedom, Authoritarianism, Censorship, Will(Power)

Sunday after publishing my last blog post:


Joe Rogans Response: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2uxCSxYfyXvERU7cQcoxJb?si=zSF_vdKoR1-LLZiUcWWmUw


Great response in my opinion. Was great, I support Joe and like him much. Listening to more of the Episode with Jordan Peterson - It's great. Learn and can learn a lot from Jordan Peterson - he's great as well.


02/02/2022

Cobra Kai (a show on Netflix am watching) Notes: Fighting is not the way (but there is a balance as well, one does have to work and strive in life or else you'll end up on the street probably). ~ Let go ~ Clear the mind ~Use your brain :)


Videos:





02/03/2022

What are you waiting for? - (Don't be negatively self-righteous). -


Cobra Kai Quotes: "We're [all] good people, at least we try to be". "Just gotta keep fighting. Never give up. You can do this".




We should want goodness and peace for everyone. Peace be upon you! :)


02/04/2022 Imagine a free world where countries are only worried about themselves and developing themselves to a nice place to live to attract the "best" or "smartest" people. And just a peaceful good world where capitalism works well (without corruption and so much greed - a more fair share of profits earned between labor and work vs. capital and resources) - - without so much inequality basically. Without so many power struggles between countries (and wars), etc. Sharing and connectedness, community, trust. But I do believe there has to be order. I do believe that democracy, capitalism, and true socialism is the answer. If all went down, it would just be a process of re-organization and rebuilding again - but no need for that much change, the infrastructure and principles that America was founded on are still solid IMO and much of our laws that pertain to every day people (things may be wrong within how things are carried out or sentencing terms, etc. though, sure).


We should be worried about climate change etc. etc. and ourselves (country-wise) IMO and once we're pretty good and well off then we can help others, really...I mean, you can still help no matter your condition (like individually we know what that looks like, but with geopolitical affairs there has to be manufactured consent basically for wars, etc. to be carried out and justified to the people/masses) but in order to help in the long run continually you have to take care of yourself - You can't help if you yourself are in need - like homeless or broke.


Basic financial responsibility...


Some political stuff:



Sad: https://www.newyorker.com/news/dispatch/afghanistan-has-become-the-worlds-largest-humanitarian-crisis?utm_source=pocket-newtab


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This look like a great episode:


Jordan B Peterson Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7zctgYjYLvuzXuWMjZ3yvb

"This episode was recorded on October 5th, 2021.


Podcasters and evolutionary biology power-couple Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying join me to discuss a variety of topics related to their new book, A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century. We explore topics like niche-switching, what Darwin got wrong, Twitter, sources for modern values, hyper-novelty, the aftermath of progress, parenthood, and sexual selection – just to name a few.


Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying are evolutionary biologists, former Evergreen State College professors, and the current hosts of the DarkHorse podcast. You may also know Bret through Joe Rogan, or as the twice-moderator for Jordan’s debates with Sam Harris.

The couple’s book, titled “A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century: Evolution and the Challenges of Modern Life,” asks why the most prosperous age in history has scarcely offset suicide rates, tribal division, loneliness, and human misery."


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Some cursing but yeah:




We're being played...(and us Americans, have it pretty well off or decent still anyway but, yeah, can be tough and lonely etc.).

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Islam:




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