I’m a spiritual and intellectual young man from the famous Jersey shore. You’ll find many of my posts to be spiritually charged, address pressing social and political matters or just provide some thought provoking reflection.
I have strong convictions on social issues and political happenings in our modern era. I somewhat identify with the various anti-globalization movements and have a long history of activism. Most people regard me as a “conspiracy buff” and as someone well versed in anti-establishment thought.
My spiritual and intellectual pursuits have lead me to embracing Eastern Orthodox Christianity in the realm of religion and Traditionalism in the realm of social critique. I’m not shy about challenging the reign of liberalism and modernism in our society.
Largely, you’ll see me posting relevant news articles from alternative media outlets that I follow. I’ll also sporadically hold up various commentators and writers that I hold dear.
With being single in my early thirties, I direct a lot of my time towards personal discovery. Yet, I am quite the social creature and I’m always open to meeting new people and having new experiences. Wire is a great social hub. I enjoy making new friends here and getting to know people on a deeper level.
So if you enjoy deep conversations, I’m your guy! I can delve into anything heavy - politics, social issues, spirituality, philosophy, life, love, personal discovery. Don’t be shy! I’m very warm, engaging, and welcoming!
For a picture of what I’m into, here are some key websites!
Alternative News Outlets:
Global Research (Center for Research on Globalization)
Soul of the East
Shane Quinn: Iran is clearly something of a challenge to US hegemony in the Middle East. Iranian leaders have indeed developed a closer partnership with Iraq, as one could expect from bordering countries that are religiously (Shi’ite) and culturally linked. The Iranians have involved themselves in the wars in Yemen and Syria, acting against the interests of Western powers.
Full Article: The United States Is Unlikely to Desire Conflict with a Formidable Iran
Kaeleighmomof2: I think God doesn't physically show himself to people because. It wouldn't be free will to choose to love God. It feel like more of something we had to do instead. He wants to want Him. Not o your here awesome I get you when I need your help.
Larry Romanoff: The recent history of Hong Kong doesn’t begin where most Westerners might imagine. It began with the Rothschild’s British East India Company that existed from the early 1700s to nearly 1900, when Rothschild conceived the idea of inflicting opium onto China. The plans had been well-made, with approval from the top. Rothschild had the franchise for growing the opium and David Sassoon received from Queen Victoria herself, the exclusive franchise for distributing the drug in China.
Full Article: The History of Hong Kong, Britain’s Colonial Legacy. Fast Forward to 2019
Jonathan Cook: The only way Israelis can be made to sit up and take note of the disaster unfolding next door in Gaza, it seems, is when they fear the fallout may spill out of the tiny coastal enclave and engulf them too. Environmental experts from two Israeli universities issued a report in June warning that the imminent collapse of Gaza’s water, sewage and electricity infrastructure would soon rebound on Israel.
Full Article: Uninhabitable: Gaza Faces Moment of Truth
Peter Koenig: For close to 40 years the IMF has weaponized its handle on the western economy through the dollar-based western monetary system, and brutally destroyed nation after nation, thereby killed hundreds of thousands of people. Indirectly, of course, as the IMF would not use traditional guns and bombs, but financial instruments that kill – they kill by famine, by economic strangulation, preventing indispensable medical equipment and medication entering a country, even preventing food from being imported, or being imported at horrendous prices only the rich can pay.
The latest victim of this horrifying IMF scheme is Ecuador. For starters, you should know that since January 2000, Ecuador’s economy is 100% dollarized, compliments of the IMF (entirely controlled by the US Treasury, by force of an absolute veto). The other two fully dollarized Latin American countries are El Salvador and Panama.
Full Article: Ecuador – and the IMF’s Killing Spree
“Erdogan has accelerated his war crimes against Syria, in Day 2 of Turkey’s new military aggression. His regime thug troops again bombed the electrical cables of the Alouk Water Station in Ras al-Ain, bombed on Day 1, and immediately repaired by the Syrian government. This water plant meets the daily needs of almost 2 million Syrians and remains out of service at the time of this writing.”
Selected Articles: Turkey’s Aggression against Syria
Prof Michel Chossudovsky: In March 2019, a 4.2 billion dollar IMF loan was granted to Ecuador. “We are here to help you” says the IMF. Our objective is to help Ecuador “modernize its economy and pave the way for strong, sustained, and equitable growth.”
This loan agreement initiates a process of economic and social destruction. What is at stake is an engineered economic depression. The Neocons in Washington are firmly behind the IMF’s deadly economic medicine.
Full Article: Ecuador under President Neo-coño Moreno: The IMF’s Deadly “Economic Medicine”, The Weaponization of Neoliberal Reforms
Tim Chaffee: Christ’s Resurrection is the most mocked and vilified miracle in the annals of human history. “Impossible, a fake,” modern scholars say. Yet a closer examination confirms the Bible’s historical integrity.
Full Article: Resurrection—No Doubt About It
Philip Giraldi: The issue of the United States waging what seems to be a global war by way of sanctions rarely surfaces in the western media. The argument being made by the White House is that sanctions are capable of putting maximum pressure on a rogue regime without the necessity of having to go to war and actually kill people, but the reality is that while economic warfare may seem to be more benign than bombing and shooting the reality is that thousands of people die anyway, whether through starvation or inability to obtain medicines. It is often noted that 500,000 Iraqi children died in the 1990s due to sanctions imposed by the Bill Clinton White House and current estimates of deaths in Syria, Iran and Venezuela number in the tens of thousands.
Full Article: Sanctioning Away Free Speech: Americans Meet with Iranians at Their Peril
Kurt Nimmo: If you think the infestation of neocons within the Trump administration is worrisome, just wait until the president is impeached and Mike Pence takes the throne. Pence is a born-again Christian Zionist. While Trump may indeed be muddleheaded, Pence is not. If the Stable and Wise Genius is deposed, Pence will open the floodgates and in will rush in the neocons. It will be completely retro—harking back to the days of Bush the Lesser and his cabal of Israel-first neocons.
Full Article: President Pence? If Trump is Impeached, Pence Takes the Throne
Government propaganda and NGO misinformation have coloured the story of the war on Syria from its inception. Stepping in to set the record straight, Dr. Tim Anderson explores the real beginnings of the conflict, the players behind it, and their agenda in his important book, “The Dirty War on Syria: Washington, Regime Change and Resistance.”
Book: The Dirty War on Syria: Washington, Regime Change and Resistance
I’m not a socialist, but there’s some valuable analysis in this article.
Bill Van Auken: From the standpoint of the bitter internecine struggle unfolding within the US capitalist state, the tweet expresses the sharp divisions over US global strategy. While those around Trump want to focus entirely on preparation for confrontation with China, layers within the political establishment and the military and intelligence apparatus see the continuation of the US intervention to assert its hegemony over the Middle East and countering Russia as critical for American imperialism’s drive to impose its dominance over the Eurasian landmass.
Full Article: Trump Admits US Killed Millions in War Based on Lies
Medea Benjamin & Nicolas J. S. Davies: It should be no surprise that the new governments installed by all these U.S. wars and coups are among the most corrupt regimes on earth.
This season could be called the Autumn of Discontent, as people from the Middle East to Latin America and the Caribbean have been rising up against corrupt neoliberal governments. Two of the countries in crisis, Haiti and Iraq, are on opposite ends of the earth but have something important in common. Not only are they reeling from protests against government corruption and austerity programs, like Ecuador and Algeria, but in both Haiti and Iraq, their corrupt neoliberal governments were imposed on them by the use of U.S. military force.
Full Article: Crises in Iraq and Haiti Expose the Failure of Militarized Neoliberalism
“These plans are all, of course, framed in the age-old language of protecting America from aggressive rivals like China and Russia, and rogue states like Iran and North Korea. But do these initiatives truly serve to protect the peace? Or do they compromise not only the peace but the prosperity of all inhabitants of Earth? These issues are at the forefront of the Global Research News Hour on a week designated by peace activists as ‘Keep Space for Peace’ week.”
Full Article: STAR WARS Revisited: Trump’s Plans to Make Space the Ultimate Battleground
Padraig McGrath: The economic logic has driven the increasing dependency on mercenaries and private contractors ever since the beginning of the “war on terror” in 2001.
Full Article: The Privatization of US Led Wars. The Pentagon’s Private Contractors
RoseatePhoenix: No cap tho i know vets that will say that corporate mercenaries can get the job done cos they have little restrictions. This is obvi no excuse to overuse them and privatizing a war sounds bad even when i say it to myself. Lol but its important to consider that the U.S. Military is so tied up with complex rules that very little actually gets done