– BERTOLT BRECHT, The Threepenny Opera


(Note.- Interview begins at 09:50 minutes)
Marc on Frankly Speaking – Sept 29, 2004

Marc on The Peter Principle – Oct 25, 2004


Definition of Maddening

Tending to drive insane
Serving to send mad


The New Depression: Waves of Suicide in the Age of Austerity

Depression Symptoms: What’s Behind Europe’s Spike in Suicides

Downturn Despair: Suicides Spike in Age of Austerity
Report links increase in suicides with 2008 economic crash

Impact of 2008 global economic crisis on suicide: time trend study in 54 countries

____ Podcast 25: The 6% Solution, Psychopaths in Power, Ponerology–oxvizjPo

Harrison Koehli interviewed by Dustin Sunflower on Political Ponerology, Psychopathy Interview with Andrew Lobaczewski Author of Political Ponerology


Without embracing True Economy and Jurisdiction we will be held to nonsensical thinking by having our thoughts misdirected to our detriment.

It is crucial to understand that we will become tools of tyranny against others and ourselves, as we can see happening around us today, if we do not embrace an understanding of True Economy and Jurisdition.

It is nonsensical to equate gold as having any worth as a currency or money for use in an economy, or that somehow austerity measures have anything whatsoever to do with us, both in economic terms and jurisdictional terms, or even that Public Servants who are working on behalf of ‘private interests’ in a Private Corporate Fictional Jurisdiction can act on and encroach the rights of those on the land outside of that Private Corporate Fictional Jurisdiction.

Dutch King tells citizens ‘to take responsibility’ as PM implements austerity

Let Them Keep The Gold, It’s Worthless Once You Come To Understand True Economy –
Fed Stole Germany’s Gold. Won’t Give Gold Back

Whether Or Not The American Military Has Mutinied Issues Of Jurisdiction Are Foremost –

The cruel irony of bankers openly laughing at us by warning us about the consequences of their own ‘lie of economy’ –
BIS: Worldwide credit excess ‘worse’ than pre-Global Financial Crisis



Laws grind the poor, and rich men rule the law
 – OLIVER GOLDSMITH, The Traveller

Accursed be the city where the laws would stifle nature’s !
 – LORD BYRON, The Two Foscari

Who to himself is law, no law doth need,
Offends no law, and is a king indeed
 – GEORGE CHAPMAN, Bussy D’ Ambois

Lawyers are the only persons in whom ignorance of the law is not punished
 – JEREMY BENTHAM, The Canadian Bar Journal, Jun. 1966

Law hath dominion over all things, over universal mind and matter;
For there are reciprocities of rights, which no creature can gainsay
 – MARTIN FARQUHAR TUPPER, Proverbial Philosophy

The convoluted wording of legalisms grew up around the necessity to hide from ourselves the violence we do to each other
 – FRANK HERBERT, Dune Messiah

I reverence the law, but not where it is a pretext for wrong, which it should be the very object of law to hinder…. I hold it blasphemy to say that a man ought not to fight against authority: there is no great religion and no great freedom that has not done it
 – GEORGE ELIOT, Felix Holt

He who dethrones the idea of law, bids chaos welcome in its stead
 – HORACE MANN, Thoughts

The code of poor laws has at length grown up into a tree, which, like the fabulous Upas, overshadows and poisons the land; unwholesome expedients were the bud, dilemmas and depravities have been the blossom, and danger and despair are the bitter fruit

The Laws of Nature are just, but terrible. There is no weak mercy in them. Cause and consequence are inseparable and inevitable. The elements have no forbearance. The fire burns, the water drowns, the air consumes, the earth buries. And perhaps it would be well for our race if the punishment of crimes against the Laws of Man were as inevitable as the punishment of crimes against the Laws of Nature, — were Man as unerring in his judgments as Nature

Laws of Man
Public Service, Common Sense and The Law Part I

Courts are places where the ending is written first and all that precedes is simply vaudeville
 – CHARLES BUKOWSKI, Notes of a Dirty Old Man

Give me the judgment of balanced minds in preference to laws every time. Codes and manuals create patterned behavior. All patterned behavior tends to go unquestioned, gathering destructive momentum
 – FRANK HERBERT, Chapterhouse: Dune

The law is more easily understood by few than many words. For all words are subject to ambiguity, and therefore multiplication of words in the body of the law is multiplication of ambiguity. Besides, it seems to imply (by too much diligence) that whosoever can evade the words is without the compass of the law
 – THOMAS HOBBES, Leviathan

No man ever feels the restraint of law so long as he remains within the sphere of his liberty — a sphere, by the way, always large enough for the full exercise of his powers and the supply of all his legitimate wants.

There is one law for rich and poor alike, which prevents them equally from stealing bread and sleeping under bridges
 – JO WALTON, Farthing

If we look to the historical influences which have actually enacted human codes, and which have governed their administration, it is at first difficult to understand the sanctity which is thus attributed to the law and its ministers. And if, further, we examine the contents of human codes, and observe how far short they fall of enforcing, even within the limits that must bound all attempts at such enforcement, anything like an absolute morality, this difficulty is not diminished. Between law and equity there is, perhaps there must always be, a considerable interval. Between law and absolute morality there is at times patent contradiction. The undue protection of class interests, the neglect of interests of large classes; the legislation which consults, chiefly and above all else, the profit of the legislator, whether he be king, or noble, or popular assembly; the legislation which postpones moral to material interests, and which makes havoc of man’s highest good in order to gratify his lower instincts, his passing caprice, his unreasoning passion — all this and much else appears to forbid enthusiasm for human law
 – HENRY PARRY LIDDON, Sermons Preached Before the University of Oxford

Climate scam artists now altering Arctic sea ice data to look alarming

Global Warming Debate



Greece’s birthrate falls as austerity measures hit healthcare

Another 250 Million Rounds Of Ammunition For An Agency On A Bullet Diet

Gov Estimates Pandemic Would Kill At Least 2 Million: “Completely Realistic and Based on Years of Data”

Cosmetics causing an epidemic of allergies: Doctors urge firms to remove preservatives from products

Media Buries Psychiatric Drug Connection to Navy Shooter

The Vaccine Caused ‘Spanish Flu’ killed 20 million

british chemical tests on the UK public

Government ADMITS secretly SPRAYING POISON on us!!! Also admit secret tests hundreds of times!

Millions were in germ war tests
[Asked whether such tests are still being carried out, she said: ‘It is not our policy to discuss ongoing research’]

UK babies given toxic vaccines, admits Glaxo

Biological warfare tested on ordinary citizens as human subjects

Biological Warfare

History of UK Chemical Spraying Even Admitted by Government Propaganda Tool –  BBC Documentary

Edward Jenner & Smallpox: Bringing a Dead Disease Back to Life



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