The Manufacturing of a Mass Psychosis – Can Sanity Return to an Insane World?

Diseases of the body can spread through a population and reach epidemic proportions, but so too can diseases of the mind. And of these epidemics of the latter variety, mass psychosis is the most dangerous. During a mass psychosis, madness becomes the norm in a society and delusionary beliefs spread like a contagion. But as delusions can take many forms, and as madness can manifest in countless ways, the specific manner in which a mass psychosis unfolds will differ based on the historical and cultural context of the infected society. In the past, mass psychoses have led to witch hunts, genocides and even dancing manias, but in the modern era it is the mass psychosis of totalitarianism that is the greatest threat:

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36,000 Miles

I miss my old road buddy, Roger Lee Wrights. We visited over 20 LP state conventions together from January 2011 to May of 2012.In 15 months,

I put over 36,000 miles on my dearly departed 1999 Nissan Maxima.36,000 miles of laughs, tears, yelling, singing but always loving, with the understanding that we were laboring on behalf of something much bigger and more holy than we were…

Liberty and Peace.

Thomas L. Knapp once told Lee and I via email during the campaign that we were “doing the Lord’s Work”. That is the highest compliment a candidate and campaign can receive, in my humble opinion. #stopallwar

Watch The Human Toll: How the War on Cannabis Targeted Black America

Wars cannot be waged on things, they can only be waged on people. This three-part docuseries delves into how U.S. drug policy — and specifically cannabis prohibition — over the last century has been a driver of racial inequality, unjust incarceration, and devastating harm to communities and people of color.

Watch the video series here, https://www.vanityfair.com/video/series/the-human-toll-how-the-war-on-cannabis-targeted-black-america

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