Love Incarnate

Posted by on May 30, 2015 in 2015, Choken Word, Fear, Globalization, Globalwarming, Survival
Love Incarnate

To have children while battling

The Shadows of Revenge

Posted by on Sep 11, 2013 in 2013, Choken Word, Globalization, WAR
The Shadows of Revenge

I feel a deep emptiness inside I feel grief over the lives lost, on this day that grief has remained fresh and visceral for over a decade has now subsided I still feel deeply I still honor the innocence lost Now, there is a hollowness that has replaced the revenge that was sought hardening the […]

The Prophet Motive

The Prophet Motive

We pool our resources We list our skills and passions. We ask how to be a good neighbor. How to reach out, educating without alienating. How to find one common cause. How to find our prophet motive. Doing good without compensation. To become whole inside this global nation. Fear can be crippling as we face […]

Eleven from Twenty Seven

Posted by on Feb 16, 2011 in 2011, Choken Word, Globalization
Eleven from Twenty Seven

Round man stuffed holding his iPad to read. Reading his made in China RSS feed. Sits next to wife reading the paper. Her face covered, no eyes to see. Woman says, it says here China is winning. Man says, not if I have anything to do with it. Woman says, they will be number one […]

A New Tradition

Posted by on Nov 22, 2010 in 2010, Choken Word, Globalization, Peace
A New Tradition

and then there was the vegan Thanksgiving, a new tradition. where people from all over came ready and willing. to share. to learn. to think of the future. to be thankful of the earth and their bodies, while saying the blessing and sharing their lunch. a feast was set out before our eyes. not one animal […]

True Value

Posted by on Nov 15, 2010 in 2010, choken sounds, Choken Word, Economics, Globalization

I am American.
my family once owned and operated a store.
my dad fought in the Korean War.

The Anti-Patriot

Posted by on Oct 26, 2010 in 2010, Choken Word, Globalization, Peace, politics, Religion
The Anti-Patriot

I don’t believe in this country.
I don’t believe in its greed.
I don’t believe in its lack of tolerance.
I don’t believe in Adam and Eve.

Bleached Like Me

Posted by on Oct 7, 2010 in 2010, Choken Word, Globalization, Truth
Bleached Like Me

I am waiting for you to feed me. I am waiting for you to clean me. I shuffle in my feces like another species. I have been bred to be fat. I mate for you so you can take My children and feed them more. They never know me as they are stolen. Put in […]

Holy War – Part 1

This is the first in a series here at Globatron, where we are going to acknowledge a growing cultural collision occurring right now in our world, in a way that differs from the approved media portrayal. In other words, we are going to take it for granted that a holy war is under way, between […]

I Did Try

changing realities thoughts. changing realities bought. knowing the food you input. knowing the garbage you output. no food from a can. no meat eaten. small choices we make. big voices we take. the world is begging. not to be forgotten. what we do right now. the seeds forever found. our children will learn. what […]

Floating on Air

Posted by on Jul 11, 2010 in 2010, Choken Word, Economics, Globalization, psychology, revelation

I sleep well at night. Floating on air. All our furniture in storage light. All our love laid bare. An extended family we now live. We did not have on our own. To a new community we now give. Real people instead of voices on the phone. The recession took it all. Our old house […]

Office Meditation

Posted by on Jul 8, 2010 in Experimental Sounds, Globalization

Freedom from Want

Posted by on Jul 4, 2010 in 2010, choken sounds, Choken Word, Globalization, Survival

A country so rich it sells its way. Into foreign countries with dismay. Who buy into our American dream. Buy into the debt we stream. I have freedom from want. I go to the store and buy too much. I go to the mall and take in the cold air. Air condition everywhere. I […]

Holy Spaces

Posted by on Jun 30, 2010 in 2010, Choken Word, Globalization

carrying everything on one’s body or sled. traveling lightly on the land one treads. our ancestors hunted and farmed. followed the herds when alarmed. drinking water from pristine streams. thinking of how they could leave. no trace they existed before they came. land was a holy space with no name. two inches of my brain […]


Posted by on Jun 28, 2010 in Globalization

In line with our latest posts:

Letter to the Last Generation

Dear Girls, You helped me through life. Through living. When things got hard I would look at you and feel your infectious energy and know that life was worth it. That all the trials and tribulations were for a reason. We have gone through a lot. Health care issues. Unemployment. Relocation. Wars. Global Warming. The […]

Are you here? . . . Say what?

I heard a professor say, once, scolding a student:  “Context, context, context.” Noam Chomsky, 1998?

The Red Phone

Posted by on Jun 15, 2010 in 2010, Choken Word, Globalization

It came from the sky in the blink of an eye. A flash of light. A conspiracy theorist’s delight. Obama picked up the red phone. Dialed 911 for our friends who are not shown. Who have been watching us forever. Many thought they were not really here. Believers were thought to be crackpots and feared. […]

The Deep State (Foreign Policy 101)

Posted by on Jun 14, 2010 in Fear, Globalization, politics, Required Listening, WAR

Here is Harry Kreisler with Peter Dale Scott at Berkeley in 2007.  This is, admittedly, a long interview, but it is worth watching.  Skip the intro; it starts to get interesting at 9:45.  And then again at 45:00.