Advocacy for Humanity and Citizen’s Diplomacy: Global Network Russia Study Tour Declaration

The astronomical disparity between U.S. and Russian military priorities—comparatively, Russia currently spends seven-point-five percent of what constitutes our total U.S. military budget—needs to be stated over and over and over again; repetition is vital to foster understanding of how our world actually operates and is organized.


BREAKDOWN = Strange Fruit of Capitalism’s Invisible Army: A Heritage of Stone ++ BREAKTHRU = Shifting from Domination to Partnership via eXtinction Rebellion

We must rebel against willful U.S. criminal inaction on our ecological crisis threatening All Life on Earth. To change course away from mass extinction we can accelerate the shift from domination to partnership cultural evolution.


Taxation With Representation

It is time we represent ourselves, and decide how to spend “our money”. Direct allocation of taxes will be a major first step in creating a real democracy here, because one function will be to fund the other necessary aspects of returning the making and breaking of laws to the people as well. Political parties will no doubt propose that all their members allocate the funds according to their ideas. I hope the people will ignore them.


John Judge 1991 to 2014 Video Archive Listing

Privilege is the first and most basic violence asserted in a society. It kills the human spirit. It creates the rage that leads to all the other violence, historically. So if you end that privilege, if you restore justice, then you restore hope. (Sep 11 Critical Analysis, 02-16-02)
When I worked in the anti-psychiatry movement, John Parkin said he wanted to start a national campaign to abolish paranoia by elevating it to realistic fear. There isn’t a term in the English language that’s the opposite of paranoia, unless it’s just complacency. But there isn’t healthy or realistic fear that maybe somebody is doing something to you. William S. Burroughs said, that paranoia is having all the facts. (Are You Scared Yet?, 1996)


Are You Scared Yet? The War Without an Enemy - Terrorism and the Strategy of Tension

William S. Burroughs said, that paranoia is having all the facts. My purpose isn’t to make other people paranoid. My purpose is to hopefully enlighten people about what’s happening around them and what they ought to be putting their focus on.


Since the end of World War II the United States has spent a thousand billion dollars—one trillion dollars—furnished by the American people, who have been colonized by these men and their hunger for power. Could the CIA kill a President to keep such an operation going? Kings have been beheaded for infinitely less.

On War and Its Human Costs to Veterans: C.H.O.I.C.E.S.

“Suicides are still a major problem during and after wars. There were 150,000 suicides—three times as many as the combat deaths in Vietnam—in the first six years. Afterwards they cut off the statistics.”
—John Judge, Committee for High School Options & Information on Careers, Education and Self-Improvement


Losing Earth? Realign with Original Free Peoples’ Great Law and Find Her Again

An analysis of the steadfast denial of the actual foundations and development of U.S. society and culture is explored here with regard to the catastrophic, accelerating changes to Earth’s climate reaching critical mass in recent decades.


Toward a Paradigm Change for Mother Earth - Understanding the Empire Domination Model of Christianity: A Way of Liberation

Working on climate change without working on Paradigm Change would be a grave mistake. We need a mental and behavioral shift away from the prevailing paradigm of domination, dehumanization, and greed, the symptoms of which are everywhere on planet Earth, our Mother.


Oren Lyons: On The Indigenous View of the World

“We always said that we have been told and understand that we’re relatives. Where our white brother will talk about water and trees and animals and fish as resources we talk about them as relatives. That’s a whole different perspective. If you think that they’re relatives and you understand that then you’re going to treat them differently.”
—OREN LYONS