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Dr. Ken Hildebrandt is a former chiropractic physician who practiced claims-free in New Jersey for his thirteen year tenure. He's also been a carpenter, cook, carpet cleaner, lifeguard, paperboy and college Track & Field coach. In HS he was a 4:20 miler.
In 1995, when sitting in the middle of the night at the hospital with his terminally ill mother, Ken saw a documentary about the media critic and linguist Professor Noam Chomsky, which deeply affected him to such a point that five years later he left the field he had loved in pursuit of another. The Chomsky documentary was the beginning of his political enlightenment. Here he had worked for years taking post-graduate courses throughout much of the country in pursuit of becoming a better healer, using only his head and his hands, while those in Washington were quite obviously toying with people's lives as if they weren't even real human beings. Recognizing that a lot of his patients' pain was coming out of Washington, Ken gave up his practice in 2000 in pursuit of fair elections, and thus a more reasonable nation and world.
Dr. Hildebrandt, better known as "Ken" realized that the internet, especially with the use of video, could help overcome the media, whose overlords censor candidates whose platforms and histories demonstrate that they care about people.
Ken's a pioneer video web journalist and social critic who's pointed out harmful absurdities and inefficiencies in our society. Beginning in 2000, Ken posted commentaries on the web, and by early 2001 launched his first video website, years before the inception of YouTube. He had masked proxy interviews with the president, as well as serious interviews with censored political candidates leading up to the midterm elections of 2002 and ever since.
Ken met Noam Chomsky in person in 2002 and has corresponded with him extensively ever since. They've had numerous face to face meetings discussing Ken's election findings as presented in this book.
After interviewing 2012 presidential candidate, Dr. Jill Stein on a street corner in Washington, DC, Ken was recruited by Carey Campbell of the Independent Green Party of Virginia to run for US congress. In 2014 Ken was joined by his wife Elaine who ran in another congressional district.
Ken's struggle for a better world continues, knowing that if enough others get informed and help get others informed, we will have an INFORMolution and this insane world of ours will finally begin to change for the better.
Dr. Ken Hildebrandt
"We live entangled in webs of endless deceit, in a highly indoctrinated society where elementary truths are easily buried." - Noam Chomsky
INFORMolution unearths some of the grandest buried truths which should in turn spark a revolution of knowledge and thought leading to a far more reasonable world than this insane asylum we're living in now.
What do I mean our world is insane? Well, for one thing, for those living in the US, did you know that the once "Land of the Free" now has more incarcerates than any nation on Earth, including China? Did you realize that our wastefulness results in entire agencies being formed, which only serve to harm us, not help, as in the case of the Drug Enforcement Agency, or DEA? If your neighbor is doing drugs of what concern is this to you? Would you like to have her locked up in a cage while you cover her expenses?
It's obvious most people don't see drug use as a crime or Obama would've never been elected. He admitted to using drugs, yet under his tenure those caught for doing the same things he's done have been locked up and put away on YOUR dime, never forget. If he had admitted to raping or mugging someone he would not be in office, period. The reason why is quite obvious, no victim, no crime.
Has this Drug War kept us safer? No. When stats were first taken in the early 1960s 90% of homicides in the US were solved, whereas now it's around 64%, meaning it used to be that only one of ten got away with murder here, but now it's over one of three! Obviously, by simple deductive reasoning, that means we're left with more real criminals of every kind, meaning pedophiles, rapists, thieves and so forth.
That's pretty big, but how else are we insane? Hemp. Here we have a plant that has over 25,000 different uses, including fuel, but it's been outlawed, at least here in the US.
How else? Well, there are some things that can't be explained in such a brief introduction. As Noam Chomsky has stated if you're stuck with concision, meaning you only have a moment to explain yourself, you risk sounding like you're from Neptune unless you simply mimic what most people already know, so yeah, you can either purchase the book or look online where I hope to keep this material posted freely.
The powers that be, TPTB, meaning the censors, have successfully buried truths like these at the height of the Information Age. It's time for that to change. We don't need a revolution, as some suggest, we need an INFORMolution. We can have a far more reasonable world within the confines of our existing system, if we overcome the media during elections and all the time. Each of us is making history right now, at what is for us the most important time of history.
INFORMolution unearths how the media distort our elections, dismantling the myth that we have but two completely unreasonable choices to select from to be our overlords, lawmakers and lawbreakers.
The good news is the media can be overcome, and we can select more reasonable people than the awful choices put before us, both of whom can be shown to be akin to psychopaths quite easily.
If we don't make it this election there's always next one, or is there? What there is for now is the right to speak and express ourselves freely. If enough understand the basics as discussed in INFORMolution, change will happen because the people will hold a mirror up to our overlords and demand that they stop harming us. Those outside the US can rightfully ask, "Who are you to tell anyone about democracy?"
Whenever I've run into someone who's claimed we needed a revolution, as impractical and harmful as that would be, they're usually too cowardly to even help start an INFORMolution in a free society.
"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot." - Mark Twain
Are there enough world patriots for an INFORMolution to stop the insanity?
- Publication Date:
- 1535532858 / 9781535532853
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 11"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Political Science / Censorship