Precepts to use in everyday life

1. Think for yourself, 2. Be yourself, 3. Speak up, 4. Feel free to agree and disagree, 5. Be honest with yourself and others, 6. Be open-minded, 7. Avoid being judgmental and 8. Question everything - even your own thinking.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011


Human Sciences (Economics & Politics)

Riots in England : A summer sandwich

On this month's holiday TOK-menu, we discovered this delicious combination with which to to feed the brain.

Now, before you bite into it, a few words in advance: chew carefully; don’t swallow all at once; MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND!

This is the top half of the sandwich: click on the picture below and listen to this radio interview with Gerald Celente given on August 3rd 2011 (you’ll need to click the purple icon on the bottom left corner of the web page to hear the audio).  Note: this is pre-riot talk.

This is the main filling: now go to any news information website or newspaper or magazine and get the full details the events of the riots in England during the last four nights in all their gory aspects.

This is the sauce: while you’re reading about personal experiences and watching the videos, make sure you take the time to listen carefully to every ‘expert's’ attempt to analyze why the riots occurred.

This is the bottom half of the sandwich: now click onto the picture below and listen to this video of Michael C. Ruppert presented about August 8th 2011 (you won’t be able to avoid the sales pitch towards the end of the video…).  Note: this is post-riot talk.

Enjoy your meal.