Ellen Stuttle

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  1. So does William discuss? No, he posts a link: Slide, slip, slither, avoid - and then whine if you're called dishonest And what the linked-to list is about, as Michael points out, isn't how to have a discussion but how to indoctrinate. Ellen
  2. Click on the graphic William posted and compare to the actual Reanalyzer graphic. William has played games. Also, re the issue of what he understands and what he doesn't, he ever so obviously doesn't understand what either the distribution or the sequencing and fluctuation of the figures at the bottom of the Reanalyzer series mean re the "humans are causing it" claim. Ellen
  3. It would take one hell of a "core story" and/or severe ignorance to produce that degree of sangfroid at the thought of a bubonic plague epidemic. Let's hope that there won't be an opportunity for learning the hard way. Problem is, it isn't unreasonable to fear that there might be. Ellen
  4. The amorphous leftist Blob, so eaten by envy each and every one they'd willingly die the ghastly death of bubonic plague if only Others would go too - or need it be first? That is, would the thought of the death of Others be sufficient for the leftist to lead off the dying or must the leftist see some dying first? Ellen
  5. I think it would be a rare person, even among leftists, who was quite so insane as to want to risk dying of bubonic plague him/herself so that you (for instance) and other Others would die from it. And what advantage do you see to leftists anyway in having the homeless population of Los Angeles and San Francisco die off? Can homeless people not vote? I'd think, though maybe I'm wrong, that, come voting time, the California homeless, of whom there are a large number, are rounded up and paid to take a trip to polling places where they vote Democrat. Ellen
  6. Leftism doesn't confer immunity from bubonic plague. If there really were a plague epidemic, leftists, along with the Others, might get the "thrill" of dying from it. Ellen
  7. There are also those who know full well that it's a crock and who are pushing it mendaciously for population-reduction (and other) goals. Ellen
  8. A person couldn't so much as get out of bed with no power of choice, or walk, talk, eat or any other voluntary activity. Way I heard tell about Saddam Hussein - inaccurately? - is that he changed where he slept each night as a precautionary measure trying to keep one or another of the puppet populace from managing to kill him. Ellen
  9. Makes sense. I wasn't thinking in terms of strategy and financial benefit re Japan. Jon, an issue I've raised before in your accounts is the "total control" bit. Can't be acquired. Brainwashing, blackmail, bribery, whatever - no method turns a human into a complete automaton with no power of choice. And regarding Iran, are you indicating that the Ayatollahs aren't in fact Islamic fanatics? Ellen
  10. I can see some advantage to The Gang in propping up the Ayatollah regime. But North Korea? Why? What Gang advantage is there in a country with a mad man at the helm and a nuclear button within his reach and the West Coast of the US within range? Ellen
  11. Tony, par for the course, we aren't communicating. I'll leave it there. Ellen
  12. Tony, I think you're perceptive and eloquent about "globalism" as a religion and the way it works "[quoting you] collectively in the mass of minds." But I think that you miss something about the instigating role of persons whom Michael and Jon and I call "global elitists." Those persons aren't just responding to popular desire as it were in order to take advantage of it. They're cynically manipulating in order to produce the mass phenomenon. They aren't themselves actually believers in the religion they're fomenting. Brandon Smith, whose articles Jon featured in starting this thread, thinks that the ringleader elitists subscribe to their own "Luciferian" religion. I'm doubtful about specifics of Smith's views. My current belief is that the history behind today's global elitists hasn't been so organized and unified an effort as he thinks it was. However, there has been an occult history which has laid groundwork for the machinations of today's international-power-seeking elitists. Ellen
  13. Jon, I've read the Brandon Smith article now, and I think you're right in your understanding of his meaning. Interestingly - re my calling global elitists "parasites" - he says in the third paragraph: He refers to their parasitism a number of other times also. What he's talking about as their "ultimate goal" is a goal which he recognizes they couldn't achieve but which they aim toward so as to make life safer for them. Some excerpts: Ellen
  14. I haven't looked at the article yet, but the statement made in the title strikes me right off as false. The globalist elitists are parasitical. They require people who aren't like them to feed on. Consider a comparison to thieves. If everyone were a thief, who would be producing the goods for thieves to rob? Ellen
  15. William made starkly obvious how dumb his thinking on climate issues is with this question: Ellen
  16. The article says that "Dr. Young-hae Chi [is] an instructor in Korean at Oxford's Oriental Institute [.]" Not the correct credentials. Mission Alarm remains in effect. Ellen
  17. And to get rid of other people. Although "stopping climate change" is often pushed as necessary to avoid human extinction, there are those among the advocates of draconian methods who know that the result of those methods would be many human deaths and who want that result. Ellen
  18. I've thought for some time that the "tone" problem seems like "British ruling class snootiness" and the ruling class Brit's sense of what just isn't done. Ellen
  19. Michael, There's stuff relevant to your wonderings in the section captioned "Properties of the Ultimate Constituents" which starts on pg. 290 of the Expanded ITOE. Sorry, I don't have time for doing quoting. Ellen
  20. Rand was well on record in her mature years as holding the viewpoint on philosophy being mostly epistemology which is expressed in the Journals passage Michael quoted. Ellen
  21. To you, too. I haven't time for more now, but I resonate with what you're saying in the post. Ellen
  22. Chuckle. You didn't address what I was asking about. However: Jon did. Thanks, Jon. I got a notification. Cheers for the experimental method. Ellen
  23. Michael, If one quotes a post using the "Quote" button at the bottom, then the person being quoted gets a notification that he/she has been quoted. But what if one uses the selection quote feature to quote just an excerpt from a post - does the person being quoted get a notification? Ellen
  24. There are places where Rand exhibits it. Francisco and his long lineage. TaggartTranscontinental - from shore to shore forever, something like that that Eddie thought. "There will always be a Taggart to run the railroad" - Dagny's father to Dagny. Thanks much for the reply. Ellen PS: I'll be starting to read one of the Bloom books this evening. I'm planning to start with Global Mind. PPS: Global Brain. The error is indicative of attitudes on my part.