ab·surd  (b-sûrd, -zûrd)


1. Ridiculously incongruous or unreasonable. See Synonyms at foolish.
2. Of, relating to, or manifesting the view that there is no order or value in human life or in the universe.
3. Of or relating to absurdism or the absurd.

The condition or state in which humans exist in a meaningless, irrational universe wherein people’s lives have no purpose or meaning.

Absurd as it may appear,  or perhaps not if you are accustomed to existing within this Alice In Wonderland Puppet-Show,  the chemical weapons supposedly dropped on the Syrians by who knows who are known as potassium flouride and sodium flouride.   Yet these are the chemicals which the U.S.  and other governments dose their water supply with.  that are also put in water for nursery children to be sold in Walgreen’s and elsewhere,  they hide quietly everyday in our toothpaste,  and this is also the ingredient which makes Prozac so cool……. Mike Adams from Natural News explains it all:

While we are on the unfortunate topic of Syria and the seemingly planned and desired invasion ( as usual ) here are some articles which i hope may help guide us through the lies and chaos……

The informed and balanced Corbett Report Video and Article:

Britain approved the sale of chemical weapons to Syria AFTER civil unrest,  which sounds as though this was clearly planned:

Is this another Puppet-Show performance?

An analysis:

A critique of the Puppet-Show:


Manufacturing The Deadhead: A Product Of Social Engineering… By Joe Atwill and Jan Irvin

An intriguing article on our drug culture and how it was not accidental and just happened to arise,  but rather is a Social Engineering process hiding the devious aspects of the New Age  –  interesting how it is tied into Intelligence Services,  bankers and major corporations and goes back to the early Christian Mushroom Cults –  with contributions along the way from Aldous Huxley,  Timothy Leary and others.  

Many social events and mores seem to be accidental or desired by the public,  when in fact we are led about by the nose like arrogant Chess Pieces assuming it is our free will and that we are doing as we please.

This is the article:


And an interview with Jan Irvin on the Corbett Report: