Visible Origami | In a Time of Universal Deceit, People Too Often can no Longer Tell if they are Lying or Not.

Dog Poet Transmitting…….
In these times of material darkness, on the lip of the fall into a nova force transitioning of The Apocalypse, I’d like to do a reversal on that singular quote by the inimitable George Orwell; “in a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” Let us say also, “in a time of universal deceit, people can often no longer tell if they are lying or not.”
There is a reason why so many people live in deceiving mindsets and and on deceptive terms. I could link together trends of generational change from one to the next but… one example should serve and if it doesn’t then we will add more. Let’s look at the 80’s when the ‘me factor’ came into full bloom. This was the age of Wall Street excess. This was the time when traders went to the Four Seasons and other places and snorted coke off their table and ordered $2000.00 bottles of wine for lunch, just because they could. Conspicuous Excess was the name of the game. That is where it began to surface in visible form. Sure, the bankers and their parasite associates have been at it for a long while; the Federal Reserve act of 1913 comes to mind. Then there was the banker orchestrated Great Depression of 1929. These two events are directly linked.
Mark Taibbi who is one of the better writers on the subject has had a lot to say. This is a more recent example of the continuing and ongoing corruptions of the type.

via Visible Origami | In a Time of Universal Deceit, People Too Often can no Longer Tell if they are Lying or Not.

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