Roseanne Rocks!

I’ve watched this video a couple times now. I love how Roseanne just calls “it” like it is and advises “laughing it to scorn.” To all the deriding comments about “Truthers,” she says, “When idiots are calling brilliant people stupid, you’ve got a real problem.” She cracks me up because she just doesn’t care what anybody thinks of her anymore — and that not caring gives her tremendous freedom. The only thing I would correct is that at the very end when she says, “Faith without works is dead,” it was James who said that, not Jesus. Also, there were some other ignored elements to 9/11 than just the House of Saud. Other than that … rock it, Roseanne!

From dismantling the patriarchy, to nuclear wars, to MK Ultra mind control … to calls to women having the courage to step up and change things … she certainly makes some excellent points. It’s not just women who need to step up, but I love how she places some (appropriate) responsibility for perpetuation of the patriarchy right back in the laps of mothers who raise their sons with those stereotypes and expectations. Stop being a default victim and using that as an excuse for non-action. Small actions of integrity and courage, seemingly unrelated to the bigger picture, can have enormous impact.

“SHOW UP.”

Excellent, excellent advice.

5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Lorraine on December 26, 2013 at 6:53 pm

    Reblogged this on Present Moment Accepted and commented:
    Interesting!

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  2. sharing….I’m with you Laura, she has no fear of saying exactly what she thinks, and she’s spot on! Sharing on FB.

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  3. Reblogged this on Intuitive Voyage and commented:
    Refreshing. I am a lab rat for mind control. The very drugs developed to keep me sane could dupe the masses. Luckily science’s understanding of the brain is very limited. They just cannot perfect the drugs enough to use them.

    Sometimes I wonder if I didn’t go crazy, but had a psychic awakening. One so big that I was confused. Maybe for centuries now the most powerful psychics were labeled mentally ill. This was to keep them under control.

    So, I don’t really know if I am ill or mind controlled. I do know that if I am being mind controlled, and try to taper off medication, I will be drugged to make me appear ill. This will convince me to go back on medication. So I am kind of trapped.

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  4. Sorry for the above comment. It is the nature of my illness to get in strange moods and come up with weird theories. I actually enjoy those moods. I do not intend to go off medication. I asked the universe for a huge sign to go off medication, and gave a week for it to happen. (I didn’t want to forever block huge signs, if I was not meant to go off medication, so a time limit was necessary.) No sign came.

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  5. No worries! I have just been very busy and not on my blog much the past few days. I am not suggesting that you go off medication and certainly not without the careful assistance of a physician who knows how to facilitate that process. Some people manage to do a lot with nutrition, but medications do alter the brain, so it’s not wise just to chuck them. Results can be unpredictable, and it’s important to do that with proper and knowledgeable support. 🙂

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