The Butterfly Rebellion

I’m fascinated by revolutions, new idea movements, paradigm shifts and innovative attempts to alter the course of history.


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5 responses to “The Butterfly Rebellion

  1. Susan Price-Jang

    Wow. This will be interesting. Have you seen the John Oliver commentary on this? It is very biting and very funny.

    • Yep. Saw it last night. It was amusing and satirical, but John didn’t really deal with the core issues of the independence vote. In that way, he’s like most of the English celebrities urging a “no” vote based on the past, rather than present circumstances. I like his show, though.

  2. thetruthisstrangerthanfiction

    Hmm, Butterfly Rebellions… What about “Butterfly globalist takeovers”…?

    It’s interesting that the article talks about the British Empire finally ending, when lately I have been learning that in some ways, when you see how the Bank of England has such a tight grip over the Federal Reserve and virtually every other central bank on the planet, you could almost say that the British Empire never really went away, it simply decided to go underground and about operate by proxy…

    • That’s an interesting view. The problem I have with all secret gubmint, underground global whatevah theories is that I don’t meet many folks either mentally capable, or greedy and paranoid enough to want to maintain the charade. They might still exist, but if I haven’t seen ’em in 60 years our paths probably won’t cross before I die.

      • thetruthisstrangerthanfiction

        Wouldn’t it be nice if the world was only filled with the types of people I’ve had the opportunity to actually meet in person…. 😉

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