“Shortly, the public will be unable to reason or think for themselves. They’ll only be able to parrot the information they’ve been given on the previous night’s news.”
– Z. Brzezinski
To accurately predict the future might often contain a fair share of programming, and in that respect, Zbigniew Brzezinski fit the role incredibly well. I’m not sure if his contributions are not more wishful thinking than legitimate reasons to believe in the omnipotence of the state any more today than yesterday. Maybe Zbigniew is more depicting a technological version of the 18th century Panopticon penitentiary theory where there is no longer any need for physical watchtowers or living prison wards and where virtual information is enough to keep us in fear. The difference is noteworthy of course, Continue reading Sik Brein
As much as we may notice tall women, it is a bit more problematic to lay our eyes on many successful smaller men. However, short men often excel in most disciplines of life and historically there have been many such prominent figures in the likes of Alexander the Great, Aristotle, Genghis Khan and Napoleon Bonaparte to name but a few.
Much like tall women are frequent among celebrities, the list of prominent short males is equally quite stunning. Not all successful men are short of course. There are many degrees to qualifying a man’s height before someone is considered worthy of being somewhat diminished to the category merely branded as “short”. Normally such descriptions would only occur when men measure less than 170cm or 5’7″ in stature. Continue reading Short Stock
The list quickly become very long when looking at tall female celebrities. We are often reminded that there is no such thing as gender specific traits nor ethnicity, yet we all perceive there are definite, unmistakeable differences that exist despite what experts and theorists claim.
Of course, there are true cases of tall women and girls that look like boys. However, height and masculinity are not criteria we define as typical with the general characteristics of females. When we have public figures that display either or both of atypical gender signs such as masculinity or very tall stature, we might not censor such discriminatory thoughts as commonly advised but instead be critical and analyze what we observe. Continue reading Tall Order
Often announced in the media as ‘The Wickedest Man in the World‘ Aleister Crowley has haunted the minds of men, women and children for more than a hundred years with his self-confessed role as an occult dark priest in various freemasonic organizations.
Depicted as a bisexual paedophile child rapist, sodomite, and practitioner of dark sex-magics, there is no shortage of horrific stories that make Crowley fit his role the wickedest man imaginable. However wicked Aleister has claimed to be, it might be more difficult to sustain many of the above claims if he didn’t turn out to be a man at all, but a natural born woman. Continue reading The Witch
To the general public the Female to Male (FTM) are the least obvious transgendered individuals to identify. With hormones and plastic surgeries these FTM entities become very hard to spot. The Elite do not however stop their effort at mere appearence and often seek to combine surface work with more profound scripting that target the public in more discrete and indirect ways.
With modern society becoming all the more quantified and competition based, the Alpha Male has become more intrusive than ever and force new standards and behaviour upon us. The Elite primarily work to advantage their own class and members and it is Continue reading Fuckalot’s
Not all sports are created equal, and ‘Real Tennis’ was once the passtime of Royal’s and the most popular sport in pre-revolution France. Tennis on grass was of course invented in England as a popular version of the original french game ‘Jeu de Paume’ which was initially played by hand. The meaning of ‘tennis’ is taken from the french expression ‘tenez’ which means to hold and more specifically ‘here you are’ when playing on a court. Continue reading Wimble Don’s
“It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.”
— Madeleine Albright (1937 – )
Most of the research into EGI is made through imagery and visual support. We are more visual than ever before as images literally surround us and are in our living rooms, on our computers and in our pockets and hands with smartphones and iPads. Continue reading Can you hear him ?
Many historical “facts” are so well integrated that we seldom question their origin or credibility. EGI has never been part of the official history but some gender related topics are still much talked about in movies, books, and music – a good example would be the Castrato.
Castrato singers are often mentioned whenever incredible vocal feats are encountered. By way of castration, young boys are kept from reaching sexual maturity and thus allowing the vocal cords to remain under-developed by the lack of male growth hormone (testosterone is produced by a man’s testies). Normally it is suggested that the voice of such individuals can be of incomparable beauty Continue reading No Rolling Stones ?
As much as beauty pageants like Miss Universe seem to be conceived to introduce gender reversed female rolemodels – Mr Olympia and bodybuilding could be its male counterpart. Today we see how openly transgendered female to male individuals operate in numerous documentaries and selfie videos – first they remove their breast, take their Hormones, and then they hit the Gym…
When a naturally born female is transgendered into a man, the most important part of the transition is achieved by HRT. Hormone Replacement Therapy help grow hair, reduce breast tissue and lower the voice pitch. In addition, testosterone is equally the most potent substance for growing muscle we know. Continue reading Pumping Hormone