THE RED PILL

DIALOGUE AND DISCUSSION ON EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT AND RACE

 

Learning to construct a "Time Machine" is an endeavor that may be something worth knowing how to accomplish.  If by chance, one is interested in understanding the construct that we were born into, it will be essential to participate in this thread, and, this engagement can help to gain the kind of insight that will be needed.  One elementary tool that has to be developed is the ability to better understand history. Start with the so-called revolutionary war of The British North American Colonies. The First thing to do is to ask yourself, what do I know about this event and where did I acquire the information from.

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Funny how the same thing is happening all over again on a deeper level...Who knows how deep the "rabbit hole" goes..

And it gets deeper my the moment....need to communicate

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Namaska Adisa,

This is marvelous (the above link), and I will do my utmost to promote this read and to start a thread from this point!

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It is important to follow this thread!

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Ghent

Connect this event to American History!

and also this event needs to be connected and understood! .https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potsdam_Conference

See how this fits into what you have been learning about World History!  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_invasion_of_Egypt

Great knowledge!

I keep digging.. more violence. Oppression. Lost history. Captivity. Greed.

Yet most (not all)
people I meet are like flowers in a garden.

I can't find a time when hate has even paused for long; does love have to be binary?

I hope it can be singular, without opponent/opposite.

The information will/can lead to knowledge!

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And most of those people probably began their education in the Kindergarten.  It is hard to really comprehend how much time on this planet has been dedicated to war, violence, and oppression.      

Sounds like wasted time to me!

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Namaska Adisa, this pdf is a very important read-pls make sure that it is saved on the nmex site/thread.

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I am not sure that this will coordinate, so, http://www.learner.org/courses/worldhistory/support/reading_14_1.pdf

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