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It's not about being liberal or conservative anymore y'all. That is a hype offered by the fascist whores who want to confuse the people with lies while they turn this country into an aristocratic police state. Some people will say anything to attain power and money. There is no such thing as the Liberal Media, but the Corporate media is very real.



Check out my old  Voice of the People page.


Gino Napoli
San Francisco, California
High School Math Teacher

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Loyalty without truth
is a trail to tyranny.

a middle-aged
George Washington



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Saturday, 11 February 2017 at 20h 55m 1s

and another



One of their earlier songs.


Saturday, 11 February 2017 at 20h 45m 34s

Oh yea



And this song too. Perfect illustration of the versatility of this band. Minus the Bear. 9 albums and still going.


Saturday, 11 February 2017 at 20h 39m 38s

Yet another song



This song is cool too. What can I say. Another in a long effort to get to 1,000 posts.


Saturday, 11 February 2017 at 20h 35m 16s

Another Minus the Bear song



Probably a close second to my favorite Minus the Bear song.


Saturday, 11 February 2017 at 20h 26m 32s

Minus the Bear



One of my favorite songs from this Seattle band.


Friday, 10 February 2017 at 19h 59m 24s

Holy Shit

WE are being set up.

The travel ban and the current rewriting to be against "terrorists" speculation is really about cover. I mean, our government officers and immigration officials and Homeland security personnel and FBI and CIA aren't ALREADY FUCKING fighting potential terrorists ?? Come on Man. This ban is about the politics of fear, intimidation, and distraction.

The ongoing story about the Russian dossier and calling fake news to CNN is really about using vindication when the proof turns out to be or — more likely — is made to appear false. Honestly, I have not completely made up my mind about the veracity, because I don't trust the CIA and there have been plenty of examples of false hysteria orchestrated by bad actors who use the back-lash against the fake story as a weapon to achieve goals. Does anyone remember the Dan Rather typewriter mess concerning typed documents from George Bush's commanding officer when he purportedly served in Texas Air National Guard from 1972-1973 ? Exactly.

Regardless, this is what Sean Spicer says:


"It is about time that CNN focus upon the success that President Trump has had bringing back jobs, protecting the nation, and strengthening the relationships with Japan and other nations. The president won the election because of his vision and message from the nation."

Oh, do you mean that awkward handshake with Japanese prime minster Shinzo Abe? In the video, Trump asks what the Japanese are saying, and Abe says "Please, look at Me" because Trump is looking at the media with his media-face the whole time, holding Abe's hand like he was his submissive dance partner.

AND all of those news media camouflage events appearing to stop jobs from being outsourced ... the Indiana plant he scoffed during the election, and who is still outsourcing more than 1,000 jobs to Mexico, ... and OMG the Sprint jobs "save" that already occurred a month or two prior to the election, and had nothing to do with the grand orchestrations of Herr Trump.

This is the meme they want to create, and right now they are just laying the trap. I think they are staging an event. I suspect it will be akin to the burning down of the Reichstag because these people worship Nazis and crave to implement a superior version. They use the same words.


Wednesday, 8 February 2017 at 20h 22m 32s

The language mindset

Humans think and envision with images and vague notions that are internalized. Sometimes this panoply of thought and ideas are connected to words and vocabulary, but in raw form, our instinctive thought process or mindset is independent of words and vocabulary. Hence the language used to convey or speak to oneself depends on the underlying language. The languages of the world are not all inherently, constructively the same. Some are noun dependent. Some are Verb dependent. Some have different constructs for transitive or passive voices. Some use Direct and indirect object declarations very heavily, and others no so much. Some have the prepositions incorporated in the verb. Some do not use plural forms of nouns.

An English speaker for instance, would say "I feel bad." Pronoun, present-tense-verb, adverb. A French speaker however would say "Je me sens mal" or "I myself feel bad." Pronoun, Direct-Object, present-tense-verb, adverb. In French the verb is more powerful. It needs a direct object, because if you say "Je sens mal" that means "I smell bad." Yikes. You don't wanna say that.

This is because in French/Latin the notion of "feel" or internal intuitive sense is connected to the primal word for "smell."

I use Word Reference frequently to look up words in other languages online. Wordreference.com is a real good one. The examples are awesome, being aided by native speakers from all over the world who supply the insight. Today, I am looking up the word for "everywhere" in French because I could not remember it (it is "partout" ... "for/involving everything" ). I came across the following statement in French.


Un oubli important ? Signalez une erreur ou suggérez une amélioration.

Which means, "Is there something that was forgotten that is important? Tell us about the error or suggest something more beneficial."

First of all, notice how much is conveyed in French in a few short words. Second of all, wow, like English speakers would never say this. They would say

Did we forget something? Let us know about an error or suggest how we can do better?

Notice how noun/pronoun dependent English is. Starting a sentence with a verb in French is common, but unlike English, it does not need any help from other language devices. In English, the sentence has to involve more words than the verb in order to be effective because verbs are weak -- "let us know about" (4 words) versus "Signalez" (1 word) , or "did we forget" (2 verbs) as against "Un oubli important" (no verbs). The literal translation of "Un oubli important" is "A forgotten item important" which needs a verb in English.

The verbs in English come before the direct object. You hear the action before the object because the verb cannot incorporate the object in English like it does in French. Hence the 3 word verb phrase "suggérez une amélioration " is translated into "suggest how we can do better" in English because English needs both two other verbs (can do) and a qualifier word "how" since the English verb cannot incorporate the object or implied idea on it's own. The word "how" was necessary to convey the same information because the word "suggest" is weaker in English than the French

Which means that the action is more important than the individual in the English language. In English the person is subsidiary to the action. The verb is just a portal between noun/pronoun and stuff. It has no inherent power except in a literary sense when creative English speakers use the language to it's utmost potential.


Tuesday, 7 February 2017 at 21h 49m 18s

Jean-Paul Marat redux

This is a quote I found on the 21st of August, way back in 2012.

“Don’t be deceived when they tell you things are better now. Even if there’s no poverty to be seen because the poverty’s been hidden. Even if you ever got more wages and could afford to buy more of these new and useless goods which industries foist on you and even if it seems to you that you never had so much, that is only the slogan of those who still have much more than you. Don’t be taken in when they paternally pat you on the shoulder and say that there’s no inequality worth speaking of and no more reason to fight because if you believe them they will be completely in charge in their marble homes and granite banks from which they rob the people of the world under the pretence of bringing them culture. Watch out, for as soon as it pleases them they’ll send you out to protect their gold in wars whose weapons, rapidly developed by servile scientists, will become more and more deadly until they can with a flick of the finger tear a million of you to pieces.”

— Jean-Paul Marat


Jean-Paul Marat was assassinated during the French revolution in July 1793. Click here for a decent biography.


Tuesday, 7 February 2017 at 21h 6m 20s

The greater danger


Thursday, 2 February 2017 at 23h 13m 56s

Two Door Cinema

Oh but just in case, this is Two Door Cinema live. Wow.






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