Kristina Bruce

Kristina Bruce has written 18 posts for Cutting the Gordian Knot

Neoliberalism is a species of fascism

Originally posted on OffGuardian:
by Manuela Cadelli, President of the Magistrates’ Union of Belgium, via Defend Democracy The time for rhetorical reservations is over. Things have to be called by their name to make it possible for a co-ordinated democratic reaction to be initiated, above all in the public services. Liberalism was a doctrine derived …

Why “Safe Places” Are Necessary In Our Universities; Individualism Will Not Be Tolerated

Today’s society prevents the formation of individuality by conditioning people all the way from primary to secondary school and now more than half of them are subjected further advanced indoctrination into collectivist thinking at the university level. They are programed to think what is “right”, but most lose the ability to “think” what is right any longer. Continue reading

U.S. Boots on the Ground Syria; The Stage Now Set For A False Flag

Non-linear warfare propaganda at its finest Tonight while America was ordering their Friday night pizza and settling in to watch game 3 of the World Series,  the White House announced that Special Forces are now being deployed in Syria. This would appear to be a set-up for a false flag. Anyone who would believe that … Continue reading

Living in the Economic Skinner Box of Learned Helplessness: The Collective Victim

“Press bar to receive pellet for correct response of helplessness.” Collectivist victim mentality has been induced on a mass scale in the West. It’s learned helplessness by design. This is exactly the mind-set which allows all of the economic rape and pillage by the global banking cartel to continue. People recognize that they are being … Continue reading

In today’s news, what you should think:

The ongoing stock market crashes have nothing to do with the government allowing the Federal Reserve to shovel the banks TRILLION$ of dollars over the past 7 years at zero interest to speculate on and pump up the stock markets. Your 401K is safe and the dollar is strong. The refugees flowing into Europe are … Continue reading

Homosexuality and Chimerism, Rethinking Our DNA

Why is such an obvious possible biological cause of homosexuality being ignored? It has perplexed me for a number of years now that the scientific community has not come to the conclusion that homosexuality is predominately genetically based. It doesn’t require an advanced degree in reproductive genetics to connect the dots and come to a conclusion which … Continue reading

The Populist Cry For Glass-Steagall

Is the New Glass-Steagall a Trojan Horse? The housing crash of 2008 wiped out over $6 trillion dollars in American assets and dropped household net worths by almost 40%.  Not only that but the banking debacle also cost an additional $26 trillion in bailouts and another $3.6 trillion in Quantitative Easing. The latter was to keep interest … Continue reading

Solace Eternal

The saddest goodbye is for the ones who go before the soul’s departed. Words unspoken, emotions unshared, the lifeless shell leaves you broken hearted. Take solace in the knowledge, time does not exist, those souls out of phase, perfect immortal, just beyond our wish. All motives of this life unfold on the other side, when once … Continue reading

Atlas Freed

Atlas Telamon stood upon the Western plain of Gaia, Ouranos on his shoulder above the mother Earth, preventing their primordial embrace. A billion years of struggle to part the two, his grip loosened and the heavens slipped his grasp. Yet Ouranos did not descend. For he was not the celestial axis, the punishment never real, … Continue reading

Radiation and Rockets, Why I am Boycotting the London 2012 Olympics

Radiation and rockets at the London Olympics you ask? Yes, more than 7,000 tons of radioactive debris pushed just to the side to build the Olympic stadium and anti-aircraft missIes anchored on the rooftops of private London residences. War games, military and private security forces patting down the throngs at a cost of £1 billion ($1.54 … Continue reading