Zenarchy Unapologia

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Kerry Thornley believed, or claimed to believe, that he was the subject of a government mind control operation from childhood throughout his entire life. He was also known for incomprehensible ravings and seemingly paranoid delusions. Nobody can know for sure what was real and what never happened, but that's why his example is so instructive. Thornley might have been a Manchurian candidate. He might have been brainwashed to spew propaganda. He might have been completely and innocently unaware of it all. This current era of fear dominated, partisan politics could begin and end with Kerry Thornley. This recent political episode started with universal initiation, a regicidal ritual, but a new beginning, or the beginning of the end, could come from individual salvation through the mindful practice of Zen.
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  • By corey mccombs
    Apr 5, 2010
    Aine McHoul truly captures the essence, or non essence, of Zenarchy in her writing. Intelligent, factual, relevant; all without being dull or un-interesting. Aine's work is a great addition to any Zen master's reading collection, as well as a great first read for any virgin of Zenarchy.
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September 28, 2011
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