Greatest (Media) Hits

Above all, don’t lie to yourself. The man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to a point that he cannot distinguish the truth within him, or around him, and so loses all respect for himself and for others. And having no respect he ceases to love.

~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky


I’ve been libeleled in both major mouthpieces for American Empire, the New York Times and the Washington Post. And I can add Great Britain’s Guardian to the list (and in July 2018, too). I’ve rarely accused the corporate media of promulgating evidence, and I’m certainly not surprised they prefer lies over truth.

I know about the dozens of weblogs, too, including pieces authored by my ex-friends. As with the corporate media, writers of the hit pieces on blogs fail to challenge the unimpeachable evidence I present. Rather, as with the corporate media, they purposely confuse the reader with a mixture of personal stories and nonsensical half-truths (i.e., lies).

Nobody challenges the evidence. Nobody discusses my professional credentials. And the conclusion is always the same: Homo sapiens, unlike every other species on Earth, is immune from extinction.

Appealing to emotions is clever and effective. Reaching a desirable conclusion along the way is brilliant. Goebbels and Bernays would be impressed.

I never intended to become a public figure. I tried escaping imperialism, only to have it rabidly pursue me. My inner love of teaching continues to overwhelm my love of living. I’ve built a treadmill for myself, and my daily workout on the treadmill continues despite the resulting increase in mental stress and reduction in physical fitness.

I have nothing left to lose. I’ve had everything taken away. I’ll continue to track and promulgate evidence regardless of the personal cost.

Yes, I know better. This is what obsession looks like. After decades of daily practice, I recognize it. And yet, as long as I can provide service in a culture focused on lies, indifference, and greed, I will stay the painful, expensive course.

Direct links, in order:

“Bill Nye’s Global Meltdown” on National Geographic

Oh, Mann


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