September 13, 2016
culture, Literature, Media, Philosophy
folklore, free thought, memes, society
Hello fellow zopbopians! I’ve been reading book on world folklore. [Full title: Interpreting Folklore by Alan Dundes.] There’s this section on the folklore of the ‘Evil Eye‘. It’s funny and sometimes vulgar at best. The author claims ‘blue’ evil eye’s are considered evil. And the best way to defeat an evil eye is by another evil eye. It’s relates to the principle of ‘like against like’. I always thought you can’t fight fire with fire but I guess you can fight evil eye with evil eye. Hmm-m…that’s something to consider in the future.
Until neXt time…eye’ll be seeing you!
January 11, 2013
Blogging, Philosophy, Power, Quote, Society
critical thinking, free thought, human ownership, slavery
If a reporter imagines that he is some sort of free-thinking iconoclast, he is in complete denial about the reality of his enslavement. This denial always manifests itself in hysterical attacks against anyone who dares to point it out, or who actually is a free thinker… To sum up: if we attack the slaves, we lose. If the slaves attack each other, which is so easy to orchestrate, we win.”