Race historical definitions During the Age of Enlightenment an era from the s to the sconcepts of monogenism and polygenism became popular, though they would only be systematized epistemologically during the 19th century. Monogenism contends that all races have a single origin, while polygenism is the idea that each race has a separate origin. Until the 18th century, the words "race" and "species" were interchangeable.
I w as born in In that same year, I had my cultural and mystical awakenings. During my second year of college, I had my first existential crisis and a paranormal event changed my studies from science to business.
I s till held my energy dreams, however, and ineight years after that first paranormal event, I had a second one that suddenly caused me to move up the coast from Los Angeles to Seattle, where I landed in the middle of what is arguably the greatest attempt yet made to bring alternative energy to the American marketplace.
That effort was killed by the local electric industrywhich saw our technology as a threat to its revenues and profits, and my wild ride began. The owner of the Seattle business left the state to rebuild his effort.
I followed him to Boston and soon became his partner.
My use of "radical" intends to convey the original " going to the root " meaning. He would never see the energy industry the same way again after his radicalization also called " awakening " in Seattle, but he had more radicalization ahead of him.
The d ay after I arrived in Boston, we began to pursue what is today called free energy, or new energy, which is abundant and harmlessly produced energy generated with almost no operating cost. We attracted the interest of a legendary and shadowy group while we were in Boston.
I have called that group the Global Controllers and others have different terms for them. However, they are not the focus of my writings and efforts. I regard them as a symptom of our collective malaisenot a cause. Our fate is in our hands, not theirs.
Inwe moved our business to Ventura, Californiawhere I had been raised, before the sledgehammer in Boston could fall on us.
We moved because I had connected us with technologies and talent that made our free energy ideas potentially feasible. Our public awareness efforts became highly successful and we were building free energy prototypes. In earlyour efforts were targeted by the local authorities, again at the behest of energy interests, both local and global.
In a surprise raid in which the authorities blatantly stole our technical materialsmere weeks after those same authorities assured us that we were not doing anything illegalmy radicalization began. Soon after my partner refused their offer, he was arrested with a million dollar bail and our nightmare began.
It helped inspire me to sacrifice my life in an attempt to free my partner. My gesture incredibly worked, in the greatest miracle that I ever witnessed. I helped free my partner, but my life had been ruined by the events ofand in I left Ventura and never returned.
I had been radicalized " awakened "and I then spent the next several years seeking understanding of what I had lived through and why the world worked starkly differently from how I was taught that it did. I began the study and writing that culminated in publishing my first website inwhich was also when I briefly rejoined my former partner after he was released from prison, after the courts fraudulently placed him there and prison officials repeatedly put him in position to be murdered.
The Global Controllers then raised their game to new, sophisticated levels and I nearly went to prison. As I discovered the hard way, contr ary to my business school indoctrinationthere is little that resembles a free market in the USA, particularly in its energy industry, and there has never been a truly free marketa real democracy, a free pressan objective historya purely pursued scientific methodor any other imaginary constructs that our dominant institutions promote.
They may all be worthy ideals, but none has existed in the real world. Soon af ter I moved from Ventura, I met a former astronaut who was hired by NASA with a Mars mission in mind and was investigating the free energy field. We eventually became colleagues and co-founded a non-profit organization intended to raise public awareness of new energy.“Words!
Words! Words! I’m so sick of words! I get words all day through. First from him, now from you. Is that all you blighters can do?” – Eliza Doolittle I recently learned there is a term for the thing social justice does. But first, a png from racism school dot tumblr dot com.
So, it. When most Americans think of the Civil Rights Movement, they have in mind a span of time beginning with the Supreme Court’s decision in Brown v.
Board of Education, which outlawed segregated education, or the Montgomery Bus Boycott and culminated in the . Social and Political Recognition.
Acts of recognition infuse many aspects of our lives such as receiving a round of applause from a rapt audience, being spotted in a crowded street by a long-forgotten friend, having an application for a job rejected because of your criminal record, enjoying some words of praise by a respected philosophy professor, getting pulled over by the police because you.
By Lt Daniel Furseth. Today, I stopped caring about my fellow man. I stopped caring about my community, my neighbors, and those I serve.
I stopped caring today because a once noble profession has become despised, hated, distrusted, and mostly unwanted. Racism in America - Racism is defined by attheheels.com as '1. A belief or doctrine that inherent differences between the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others.
Asian American groups have made variants of these arguments since the early s and have filed multiple complaints against and urged investigations into a number of universities.