Monday, January 22, 2018

Why I am posting it?

Why I am posting it? It resulted from a recent conversation with a friend, when I was asked certain questions and certain issues were pointed out. Since these are very generic issues, they deserve to be responded to in a way that is more general and not tied to particular conversation.

Topic for consideration 1: - what do I want to accomplish?

I want to help people who are ready, to transition towards a unitarian (i.e. non-dualistic) frame of mind. And help myself in the process. Many of us are ready at this time, to upgrade our thinking from seeing everything from a "you are against me" point of view towards "let's see what is really going on". Most ideologies (but not all) and most religions (but not all) are incompatible with the unitarian attitude.

Topic for consideration 2: how to discuss topics that the interlocutor identifies personally with, involving membership in churches and other ideologically-oriented societies.

I tend to discuss, debate or challenge them anyway, in a way that is respectable to people I speak to, but does not have to be reverential towards an institutions they may (or may not) be the members of. Institutions have no feelings. :)

Topic for consideration 3: how to separate institutions that foster or protect certain beliefs or ideologies, from the beliefs or ideas themselves.

Institutions publish papers, textbooks, "holy" books and other literature. The beliefs are the thoughts that individual people harbor and express personally. It is easy to specify what is being discussed, for example a critical comment of a certain book does not automatically apply to someone's belief nor denigrates that person.

Topic for consideration 4: How to separate between some organizations' noble intent and hidden agendas?

I suspect that it is not always possible, although sometime an original intent behind a certain ideology may be gleaned by the results we observe. "From the fruit of their labor..." . We can read a certain edition of a holy book or some ideological paper - but how would one know what the intentions were in the minds of those who told, translated, edited and published that? There could have been multiple intentions and many agendas, different at any given point in time and space. For that reason I generally tend to ignore intentions and agendas, and most often, I may be just interested in the meaning of the contents, and in the practical implications for self-preservation, such dealing with some homicidal regimes that follow certain ideologies (note - I grew up in a communist country) . Unlike intentions and agendas, the contents is for all to see.

Topic for consideration 5:
when is it appropriate to be RESPECTFUL towards ideas, gurus or institutions?

I think (it is my personal opinion) it is irrelevant or even inappropriate to express RESPECT towards ideas, thoughts, theories or institutions, but it is always a good idea to RESPECT living beings. Please note that unlike "fear", RESPECT is a universal emotion that can only be earned but not forced.

Topic for consideration 6:
when is it appropriate to be REVERENT towards gurus or institutions?

I think (it is my personal opinion) it is inappropriate to express REVERENCE in any situation, however it may be appropriate to express RESPECT instead, if the circumstances warrant it and if the interlocutor earns it.

Topic for consideration 7:
- how, when and if it is important to engage people, or get them to listen to my/your points of view, while offering some challenging opinions?

I gave up a long time ago, trying to please people in order to make them accept me the way I am, including making them listen to my opinions. Moderating or withholding my opinions in order to appear to "fit-in" to a group (or to an individual), never works for me! Most people are no fools. They quickly realize that I am somewhat "different" and I would find myself shunned anyway. I found out that I am better off being honest, often MUCH better off just saying what I think is true (or "true enough") and following that through with action, "come hell or high water". I may end up shunned by 9 out of 10 acquaintances but I am not really "loosing" anything! Fewer is sometimes better than more. :)

Regards for Everyone,
Stan Bleszynski




Saturday, December 9, 2017

Obama's legacy - his name was 44 ...


For quite a while I was thinking of posting a series of commentaries on that subject. I believe that certain events have to be described in the way that is consistent with the facts rather than with the "progressive" media narrative.

Today's rant has been triggered by this article:

Quote:

BAGHDAD – Hundreds of ISIS fighters had just been chased out of a northern Syrian city and were fleeing through the desert in long convoys, presenting an easy target to U.S. A-10 "warthogs."

But the orders to bomb the black-clad jihadists never came, and the terrorists melted into their caliphate -- living to fight another day. The events came in August 2016, ...

How come that the Noble peace prize winner president did not authorize bombing of the retreating military ISIS convoys while at the same time he never seemed to hesitate to authorize drone attacks against Yemeni villages and civilians?

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(my reflections written down 24/12/2017)


In my opinion, Obama will be remembered in future textbooks as probably one of the most incompetent presidents in the US history:

- authorized massive drone strikes against suspected terrorists causing massive civilian death in foreign countries without declaration of war against those countries

- granted secret service agencies an unprecedented power to implement a mass-surveillance program involving cellphone and internet networks,

- general ineptitude in handling international politics, most notably declaring a so-called "reset" with Russia that encouraged that country's opportunistic aggression towards its weakest neighbors such as Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine in 2013,

- inability to think ahead regarding North Korean problem, unwillingness to put a substantial pressure on North Korea at the time when they were starting to build
and expanding their nuclear and ballistic missile programs. This allowed it to create a major threat of war that many countries will have to deal with now.

- misplayed the Middle Eastern politics undermining various autocratic regimes such as Libia, Egypt and Syria without a consistent follow-up strategy

- prematurely withdrew from Iraq without establishing a stable system and alliances, (apart from Saudi Arabia alliance with the US, see below)

- misplayed or colluded with Saudi Arabia allowing Saudi regime to finance various CIA operation in the Middle East to undermine Shia influence from Iran, that resulted in the establishment of ISIS terrorist network which resulted in war, deaths and destruction

- allowed certain US allies in the Middle East (again, probably Saudis!) to finance smuggling of North African Muslim immigration to Europe, creating a political crisis in the EU

- allowed suspicious activity in Afganistan involving opium production and smuggling it to the West, to continue

- did not prevent or investigate foreign financing of the Unites States Democratic party, involving Saudis' Alwaleed Bin Talal and Clinton Foundation,

- worked closely with and protected the interests of Wall Street banking system, neglecting implementation of necessary reforms of the financial system,

- accepted and used "Global Warming" doctrine on climate change to promoted various domestic and international regulatory legislations resulting in crippling of the US (and Canadian) oil industry

- allowed or did not reform international certification standards to continue crippling of the American (and Canadian) industry

- implemented a badly thought out reform of financial side (only) of the health service by strengthening the health insurer's monopoly and making it compulsory, rather than addressing the cost issue by breaking the monopoly of the medical association and farmaceutical corporations

- allowed international trade treatise such as NFTA and TPP to be dominated and subjected to large corporate interests disregarding the need to truly free the international market from custom fees, restrictions and rules that affect small companies and individuals disproportionally badly,

- general financial ineptitude, overspending in the areas involving the military complex with a simultaneous neglect to simplify and lower the tax burden of the working class population (which ultimately led to a demise of his political party, IMHO)




Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Who financed recent destabilization of the Western World?

This is a "Big Picture" rant.

1) United States. 

I am proposing a thesis that the unnatural (to the American tradition and culture) shift towards leftist collectivism in the American politics and in the high school system, was influenced financed and coordinated by Saudi Arabian political and religious elite.    Financing of the United States democratic party through Clinton Foundation and financing of the Bushes family by supporting their oil interests in the Middle East.   It was an alliance.  It came to an abrupt end earlier this month through Trump-instigated palace coup-d'etat on the Saudi's court, that ousted a couple of hundred top Saudi oligarch and billionaires, most of them open supporters and financiers of the American "Progressives" (who are being investigated and in the process of being ousted in the US).

2) Europe

Over a million refugees were shipped to Europe in the last 2 years.  Initially from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, later on a vast majority being Muslims from Africa.   Africa is not all Muslim.  Why are all African immigrants Muslim?   Human trafficking gangs charge  a few thousand dollars to smuggle a person from Africa therefore the total cost of smuggling a million people to Europe is probably a couple of billion dollars.  There is only one country that  have had a plan and could afford it without blinking:  Saudi Arabia!

3) Middle East

How come that all of the American weapons left behind in Iraq a few years ago when Obama withdrew his troops, locking out the American bases from the Iraqi troops? Most if not all of the equipment left behind was later on carried away by Sunni terrorists under  Al Baghdadi, which quickly was renamed as ISIS?   Absolutely not an accident!   It must have been preplanned and coordinated.  Whose interest was to create a fanatical Sunni army that would saw terror against all Iraqi Shia nations, against Syrian nations and against Iran's allies?  Saudi's oligarchs together with their US allies (under the old pre-Trump government)!       How come that ISIS came to an abrupt end "coincidentally" with the Saudi palace coup this months, following Trump visit a few week previously, following a coup in Turkey a few month earlier?   It matches the narrative really well - the narrative of the unholly alliance between fundamental Saudi Islamic oligarchs, and Western "Progressives" and Leftists being in the process of broken up by the Trump administration.   






Sunday, November 19, 2017

Masonic enemy from within - Polish lost war of 1939

Interesting video by Andrzej Pochylski on the beginning of WWII, German-Polish war of 1939.  This video is in Polish, I will summarize the author's thesis:

Many if not most most Polish high command generals including the army chief marshal Rydz-Smigly, abandoned their posts and command  in Poland in just the first days of war, leaving behind the lower ranking officers in charge in charge of not fully mobilized army without orders or guidelines.  The author builds a thesis that Polish generals deserted their post because they followed specific orders to flee Poland,  obeying Freemasonic order to which they all (or most of them) belonged. The orders emanated supposedly from London according to the author.   Even though German army was in 1939 stronger (1.5M vs 1M soldiers) but not hugely stronger and not as well armed as later in 1941, making a defensive war in Polish situation of 1939 not a hopeless endeavor.  If fought properly, it would incur extremely heavy losses upon the attacking armies, as an example of  Fino-Soviet war of 1939 has showed.




Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Britain isn’t even keeping pace with the EU "corpse" in spite of cheap pound

Interesting article:

As the UK economy sputters, it's all systems go in the eurozone,

Richard Partington


Quote:

"We’ve shackled ourselves to a corpse," said Douglas Carswell in the days before he abandoned the Tory whip to join Ukip. "We pay for the privilege of being members of this poverty-producing club."

Read more on Brexit here.