Prickle-Prickle, Bureaucracy 45, 3186 YOLD (Discordian)
And let us not forget 18.104.22.168.11 mlc (the Mayan Long Count)
Peace - Public Domain
I’m self-isolating as instructed, for 4 weeks. I would find it soothing right now to be at a monastery in the mountains somewhere, which leaves me wondering how I can achieve a place of greater peace and serenity at home. What do you consider the necessary essentials for achieving greater peace and serenity at this time - and by what principles do you guide yourselves?
At least Spring is coming for you all in the Northern Hemisphere.
ALL US TROOPS ARE LEAVING AFGHANISTAN
U.S. peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, left, and Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban group's top political leader, shake hands after signing a peace agreement between Taliban and U.S. officials in Doha, Qatar, on Saturday. | Hussein Sayed/AP Photo
The American People need to see that something is "possible" before they will support change. Let's hope more headlines like this will do the trick.
Notice: I am extremely biased in favor of Tulsi Gabbard. One of the two lessons I hope to impart concerns the essence of her foreign policy stances. The second lesson concerns the circumstances of Tucker interviewing Tulsi at all.
While it may be foolish to look to our political system for solutions to our problems, it is arguable that who is president at any given time matters. I used to be less certain about this. I had come to the view that any president was basically a spokes-model for the 1%, and hence the military industrial complex, Wall Street, the establishment, the oligarchy, etc.
In the midst of the daily cray-cray (srsly), I sometimes like to pause and look on the bright side. We are having national conversations about many important issues: race and discrimination, police violence and militarized policing, LGBTQ rights, health care for all, free education, wealth and income inequality, dysfunctional government, human rights, immigration, socialism vs.
Now that our idiot 'president' is threatening to end our involvement in the war in Syria (that was never authorized by congress) and now Afghanistan too, the establishment is losing its shit.