Hell-bound On Thursday


Gates of Hell, Turkmenistan. A huge, open pit of burning gas that has been continually burning for years!

“Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’intrate. (Abandon all hope ye who enter here.)”—Dante, The Divine Comedy, Inferno (Part 1), Canto 3, Line 9

Before the Tomahawk missiles start flying between Moscow and New York, Americans had better educate themselves fast about the forces and the people who claim that Russia covered up a Syrian government gas attack on its own people. Proof no longer seems to matter in the rush to further transform the world into Dante’s vision of Hell. Accusations made by anonymous sources, spurious sources and outright frauds have become enough. Washington’s paranoia and confusion bear an uncanny resemblance to the final days of the Third Reich, when the leadership in Berlin became completely unglued.

Tensions have been building since fall with accusations that Russian media interfered with our presidential election and is a growing threat to America’s national security. The latest WikiLeaks release revealed the tools the CIA uses for hacking. One theory is that the CIA’s own contract hackers were behind Hillary Clinton’s email leaks and not Russians. The U.S. has a long reputation of accusing others of things they didn’t do and planting fake news stories to back it up in order to provide a cause for war. The work of secret counterintelligence services is to misinform the public in order to shape opinion, and that’s what this is.



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17 Responses to Hell-bound On Thursday

  1. Den says:

    A bunch of reading in this multi-part essay should keep you out of mischief for a while.

    Meanwhile I will go about my activities.

    Coffee in the corner, donuts on the side, dig in!


  2. David B. Benson says:

    Illegal aliens!
    Read the Mufon.com reports and call those in.


  3. David B. Benson says:

    Took 15 minutes to the Hillside Cafe today since I had to stop to retie the right shoelace.


    • David B. Benson says:

      Waved to Elizabeth and then to Abigail who rarely comes to the Hillside Cafe anymore. Back home makes 27 minutes so far this sunny day.


    • David B. Benson says:

      TVD route makes the running daily total 81 minutes. A kestrel, a robin. Sun.


    • David B. Benson says:

      Running total is 95 minutes due to second trip to the Hillside Cafe. Again more students than usual. Maybe fewer people are taking carryouts to their rooms?


    • David B. Benson says:

      Daily total is 107 minutes and I certainly noticed the last 13.

      Day 5: 336+107=443 minutes.


      • Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

        It was pretty nice early this morning, then it got cloudy and we ended up with some rain. After that, got cold out. It was about 43° tonight, I had my winter coat, hat and gloves on. Last night, just my light parka.


  4. Den says:

    Sunny and breezy here today. Hiked up to the mailbox and back,
    my bones feel better lately.


  5. Den says:



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