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Does A One Wing Duck Fly In A Circle?

Updated on January 8, 2012


The mythical BenBen bird the Phoenix
The mythical BenBen bird the Phoenix | Source

. . . Or Things That Make You Go Hmmm!

Does a one wing duck fly in a circle is a mixed metaphor for things that don't make any sense, which is what disinformation is when we learn to use critical thinking!

"In a time of Universal Deceit, telling the Truth becomes a revolutionary act."

- George Orwell

When I discovered the truth about the nature of mankind and the planet we live on, my jaw literally dropped and I realized that humanity had been lied to for a very long time.

I wanted to share this epiphany with the World, but realized almost instantly that no one would believe me. So I shared some juicy tidbits with my friends to judge their response.

Now my friends don't want me anywhere near them as they are afraid of me and what I might say to their children. Contempt prior to investigation is a concept I always had reserved for the ignorant, however based on my friend's reactions, I now believe denial can be used by anyone unwilling to embrace the truth that might alter their preconceived ideas.

When I found Hub Pages and they claimed I could write about any subject I wanted to, I thought to myself, Hmmm let's see if they actually will allow that, after all YouTube had shut me down just for telling my version of the truth and I've eaten things smarter than half that crowd.

After writing ten hub pages on a wide variety of topics with varied success, I wanted to present some concepts that just don't make any sense, hence the title. However I have been warned or bullied as one hubber refers to it that writing articles that agitate my fellow human may result in censorship, what a novel idea.

" If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear. "

George Orwell

To tell you the truth (a concept I endorse) I personally really don't care if I 'agitate' my readers, however in the spirit of peace, love and understanding I'm willing to attempt the concept of making hubs readable to all.

Censorship, although quite effective, only prolongs the inevitable. I believe the preferred method in today's society is disinformation, which can leave even the smartest of us thinking in circles. Confusion, misdirection and feigning ignorance is what works in todays society. Of course outright lies work really well too, just ask any politician (you can tell if they're lying when their lips move).

That being said, let's get to some thing's that just don't make any sense or does a one wing duck fly in a circle?

I believe Jesus is the Son of the Prime Creator and for simplicity sake I will refer to the Prime Creator as God. I have been taught that the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost are essentially the same spiritual entity.

• So what would be so special about the crucifixion process, that could create such a circumstance, in which it would kill a God?

The very definition of being a God is that you can't be killed that you are immortal, that you live forever, so the whole premise that a God could be killed, defies logic, in my opinion.

What is perhaps more significant is that supposedly Jesus expired in only six hours, which if anyone knows anything about dying from crucifixion, it is a rather lengthy process. The whole point of hanging on a cross until you die is to torture you to death. It is slow and painful and in fact you die as a result of drowning in your own fluids as you are incapable of drawing an adequate breath. Most people end up hanging around (pardon the pun) for at least 24 hours, and many much, much longer.

The fact that he 'died' in six hours is proof beyond a shadow of a doubt, in my opinion, that he was a God. . . . as for dying, I don't think so!

As long as we are on the subject of God . . .

• Does anyone really think that God in his infinite wisdom would forget to put fluoride in the water?

Humanity has been drinking water for a very long time and their teeth have been just fine, but in the last 100 years it has been deemed necessary to introduce fluoride and other chemicals into the water, Hmmmm!

The next thing that doesn't make any sense to me is . . .

• Creating a whole economy based on a finite fuel source?

When the oil runs out . . . what are we going to do with roads, cars and all of the machinery that runs on oil or it's by products. The whole concept is absurd, especially when other fuel sources exists that don't pollute the air we breath. However because we have this economy in place, it is a little like crying over spilled milk.

What gets me is that I drive a car that is twenty years old and it gets awesome gas milage, while most brand new cars don't even get half the gas milage my car gets.

Things that make you go Hmmm!

Which leads me to my next point . . . the Pogue Carburetor or the Winnipeg as the inventor called it. My contention isn't whether the Winnipeg does or does not exist, it is whether or not their is a cover-up.

The Winnipeg exists and has been tested with documentation and yet humanity still is in denial 'amid allegations of a cover-up'.

• Does anyone really believe that we have the technology to put a man on the Moon, but are incapable of building a engine that gets 200 miles to the gallon?

The announcement of Pogue’s invention caused enormous excitement in the American motor industry in 1933, when he drove 200 miles on one gallon of fuel in a Ford V8. However, the Winnipeg was never manufactured commercially and after 1936 it disappeared altogether amid allegations of a political cover-up.

Of course the contention has always been that the carburetor allows for great gas mileage but it under-performs in speed and other areas. I'm not mentioning this because I'm a scientist that has investigated it's capabilities, I'm mentioning this because the concept has been suppressed and that many carburetors have been invented since then with similar capabilities and they all seem to disappear, Hmmm!

When I decided to write this article I asked many people to tell me what didn't make any sense to them and invariable one thing they always mentioned was the War on Drugs. Personally I never gave it much thought, however being a recovered drug addict and alcoholic I do know first hand the destructive nature of both substances.

In the 1980's this was a big issue as Nancy Reagan coined the phrase "Just Say No". Well gee, Nancy if it was that easy why did Betty Ford feel a need to create a Treatment Center, Hmmm?

• Does anyone really believe that there is actually a War on Drugs?

I think the notion is so absurd it is actually funny, drugs are actually cheaper and easier to get than when I was first getting addicted to them thirty years ago. The CIA (criminals in action) actually used the importation of cocaine to trade for arms to support various revolutions in third world countries. This supposed 'War' has lasted for thirty years and yet there has been no significant decrease in there availability.

So I ask you what War?

Crack cocaine can be bought in any major city in the US anytime day or night and yet the plant that it is created from does not grow naturally in the US. This means that it must be imported and is done so by the thousands of tons, annually.

Who has the ability to import anything by the ton?

As long as big business can make billions on a non taxable product, they can afford to give every Senator and Congressman in the country a million dollar bonus to keep drugs illegal.

So again, I ask you, What War?

Crazy Fish Farmer

The Stairway 2 Heaven

My version of The Stairway 2 Heaven a book by Zecharia Zitchin.
My version of The Stairway 2 Heaven a book by Zecharia Zitchin. | Source

The Truth and Hubbers

I decided to investigate other hubbers work to see if they were willing to go out on a limb and read the comments section to see how folks reacted to them and maybe even leave a few comments myself if I deemed them worthy (author's idea of humor). What I found out is that some hubbers prefer to write loooong boring and totally self serving comments apparently with no repercussions from Big Brother Hubber. I found one hubber who had written longer comments on other peoples sites than their own hub pages, hmmmm!

Agitation is clearly in the eye of the beholder, after all one man's agitation is another man's inane dribble.

• What doesn't make any sense to me is why some people are allowed to join Hub Pages but publish very few stories and prefer just to ridicule others, unless of course they are planted specifically for that purpose?

There are many writers of hub pages that are willing to go out on a limb and share their truth with the public and I applaud their courage for doing so. Again, contempt prior to investigation, is a condition introduced to the public through countless TV programs and shows designed to keep the public divided and easily controlled and is working great in my opinion.

In 1995 the US supreme Court ruled that TV News Stations were not required to report the truth to the public. One would think that this would be a big story and would be covered by the press and yet not one TV News Station in the USA reported the story!

Things that make you go Hmmm!

The age old military concept of divide and conquer is also used on an unsuspecting public to keep them chasing their collective tails and is supported by the disinformation program that the US Media uses to distract and confuse. As more and more humans awake to the deception it in essence creates a cascading effect that will not be able to be controlled easily.

Us Media, Bought and Paid For?

Does anyone still believe the US Media is trustworthy?

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Cone Heads, Nephelim or Gods

Recently I cancelled my subscription to Smithsonian magazine after reading an article about ancient Egypt that completely ignored many of the more recent discoveries made about the Giza Necropolis. I sent them a letter requesting that they explain their omissions. I also asked them why after taking over the excavation of many ancient burial sites here in America no information can be found on any of them. They didn't respond at all, so they no longer get my money for a magazine that is obviously designed to further disinformation.

When I came across the information (written in newspapers across America in the early 1800s) I was confused that I had never heard of it before. Why was this information left out of our history books, what purpose would this serve? I decided to investigate and was quite simple stunned.

• What doesn't make any sense to me is that by denying the existence of these ancient burial sites it only exacerbates the mystery instead of quieting them, so why not show them?

Evidently many ancient burial sites in America were excavated while building towns, bridges and roads. What was found in these sites led the discoverers to inform the authorities. Although the Smithsonian Institute wasn't officially created until 1848 it would always arrive on the scene and take over the excavation and that is when the trail would go cold.

All of the articles from old newspapers and eyewitness testimony would say the same thing, that the skeletons were buried in elaborate tombs and many of them had artifacts of sophisticated jewelry, weapons and clothing made from metal materials. I found this curious as North American Indians did not have the capabilities of forging metal objects.

What I found most interesting is that all of these skeletons were reported to be huge, a race of giants. Many of the skeletons were 10 to 15 feet in length, with blond and red hair still attached to the skulls. The skulls were said to be elongated or cone like, not unlike the depictions of the Pharaohs or the Maya Gods of old.

I could not understand why these discoveries were not shared with the world, until a friend of mine suggested that I look into the concept of Darwinism or the fact that the missing link has never been found even though we have complete skeletons of Dinosaurs no one can find the missing link, Hmmmm!

• Is Darwinism like the Holy Grail an interesting concept that has never been proven or found, simple because they do not exist?

Both of these ideas deserve more attention than just a paragraph or two and I will reserve comment on them until I can investigate them more thoroughly.

Cone Heads?

Does A One Wing Duck Fly In a Circle?

Hell No, a one wing duck doesn't fly and the same goes for many of the concepts and ideas mentioned above. Upon further examination many of these concepts are just down right silly and absurd.

As I often resort to sarcasm to prove my point, I also enjoy mixing my metaphors to see if anyone is paying attention. I hope Does A One Wing Duck Fly in a Circle has help the reader to ponder the absurdity of disinformation and to use critical thinking in the future.

What Does Make Sense . . . Books!

You Are STILL Being Lied To: The New Disinformation Guide to Media Distortion, Historical Whitewashes and Cultural Myths (Disinformation Guides)
You Are STILL Being Lied To: The New Disinformation Guide to Media Distortion, Historical Whitewashes and Cultural Myths (Disinformation Guides)
This is a great book that essentially explains how disinformation works so easily and why. It helps explain why we are so easily mislead, how we interpret information and why we can be easily ceceived when given just a small amount of the truth.

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