Raisins

Raisins wrote

The ancients believed that everything that existed had a voice and that all creatures were externally singing the praises of the creator. However, contemporary man, because his soul is immersed in the illusion of material existence, can no longer hear those divine melodies. In the quest for social transformation the psychedelic experience runs throughout our society, teaching us how to wake up from the insanity our culture is engulfed in. The psychedelic experience opens a window so that we can see the mechanical, endlessly repeating thought programs that carry through our lives. However, this experience is only a catalyst and cannot be mistaken for the real thing. The personal transformation of the psychedelic journey comes to an end when the individual attains a pure state of feeling and being. This is the enlightenment, the art of being in the here and now.

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Reply to comment by Raisins in Issues That Divide Anarchists by Defasher

Raisins wrote

Antifa has really gone mainstream all of a sudden, a few weeks ago liberals had no idea what antifa even meant, but now it's in everyone's consciousness and even the most liberal media outlets are finding they have to defend antifa so they can keep on attacking Fuhrer Trump to keep the ad machine going.

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Raisins wrote

The Sopranos is the ultimate critique of capitalism and the desperation of modern day life (especially in regards to the American family). It's a most well formed study of sociopathy and narcissism ever undertaken.

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