Those that know


This page is dedicated to the subject of those that know but do not do. 


“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do NOTHING” 

Edmund Burke


All those people that are well aware of the agenda, but just sit back and do NOTHING. In hope that somehow things will pan out. Somehow miraculously get better. That someone or some magical external force out there is going to somehow fix the problem for them. A hero, a politician, their guru or God – anyone but themselves.

Week after week, month after month, season after season, year after year all they ever do is browse. Full time Truth browsers – viewers, spectators, observers of the drama.

It is this childlike attitude of not taking responsibility which has got us into this mess in the first place.


If you are neutral in situations you have chosen the side of the oppressor”                                

~ Desmund Tutu


“He who does not bellow the Truth when he knows the Truth, makes himself the accomplice of liars and forgers.”

~ Charles Peguy “The Honest People” Basic Verities (1943)


Don’t complain

Finger out

Truth porn

We are at War

Truth Greed

Truth Warrior

You are needed

I’m Disheartened

The 10 Deadly Truthing Sins

The 5 Shackles of our Oppression

My Biggest Fear

From this time last week

Until the cows come home

Get on with it

Rant about the passives

Fire Fire

10 Enigmas about Truth Browsers

5 Points of Frustration

Those that know, and do not do

Quadruple Angst


Proactive Truthing

10 Ways to Dissolve Passivity within the TM

You know

Truthing Exercise


Deadly Serious

Where are all the men gone?

Tell me

In the mean time

Hide from the bully



no you don’t!

Wot we need to do


Sticks and Carrots

It’s as if …


Can you get it?

Completely flip


“Just being Truth-browsers and flicking threads across to others who are already awake; is unacceptable levels of Truth activism. “

~ Digger


“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it”    

MLK junior



“Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.” 

~ Edmund Burke



“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter”                             

~ MLK junior


“To be mistaken is a misfortune to be pitied, but to know the Truth and not to conform one’s actions to it is a crime which Heaven and Earth condemn.”

~ Giuseppe Mazzini  ’The Duties of Man and Other Essays’ (1910)



”There’s a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious – makes you so sick at heart – that you can’t take part.You can’t even passively take part. And you’ve got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus, and you’ve got to stop. And you’ve got to indicate to the people who run it, to those who own it that the machine will be prevented from working at all” 

~ Mario Savio


“The ultimate ignorance is the rejection of something you know nothing about and refuse to investigate”     

~ Dr. Wayne Dyer



“There’s nothing to be gained from passive observance, the simple documenting of conditions, because, at its core, it sets a bad example. Every time something is observed and not fixed, or when one has a chance to give in some way and does not, there is a lie being told, the same lie we all know by heart but which needn’t be reiterated.”

~ Dave Eggers


 ” I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do. What I can do, I should do. And what I should do, by the grace of God, I will do”   

~ Edward Everatt Hale American author and Unitarian clergyman




“To be modest in speaking Truth is Hypocrisy.”

~ Kahlil Gibran – “Narcotics and Dissecting Knives”


It’s the action, not the fruit of the action, that’s important. You have to do the right thing. It may not be in your power, may not be in your time, that there’ll be any fruit. But that doesn’t mean you stop doing the right thing. You may never know what results come from your action. But if you do nothing, there will be no result.”

~ Mahatma Gandhi


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  1. SazzyLilSmartAzz

     /  July 24, 2012

    You’re so right Digger. I used to post on a website where other posters would whine and complain about their present fate (which I happen to share) and every now and again someone would flip out like a screaming banshee and type, “WHAT ARE “WE” GONNA DO ABOUT IT?”

    Stupid lazy idiots. Burn DVD’s or CD’s and pass them out. Print fliers and links to web site and pass them out. Tell people and spread the word.

    But no, these CLOWNS entertain themselves and post stupid songs?

    That’s the true reason the movement doesn’t progress. These looney tunes are sitting around waiting for a hero; someone who will devise a plan to “miraculously” save their lazy asses.

    That’s not the way it works dumb butts; you’ll have to be your own messiah! Hell, I’d hate to be in the trenches with one of these baffoons!

    Sorry about the language Digger but these dumb butt defeatists make me so angry!

    Thanks for spreading the word, Digger and good post!

    • Saz,

      Totally agree!! You’re frustration is so justified! Especially when this suffering doesn’t need to be. I knew someone who was awake 20 years ago. Yes I said TWENTY FRIGGIN years ago, before the net and he’s done sweet FA in all that time other than browse, flick threads over to people already know about the agenda, hang around on forums where people already know about the agenda. Then these people have the cheek to moan about their woes????

      All they have done is switch from the goggle box (TV) to the google box (computer) – no difference. Both entertainment. Happy just being entertained by all this whilst everything crumbles around them. Truly staggering.

      It’s not like we’re asking people to do anything outlandish, dramatic or dynamic, even unlawful, just SOMETHING. No matter how trivial. As you say a few burnt CDs, flyers, etc. Just use their imagination and creative skills. I got tired of meeting up with them and I’d be the only one with flyers whatever. They would be always empty handed EVERY SINGLE TIME WE WOULD MEET.

      Plus if I do a bit of spontaneous Truthing in front of them, like drop off a few flyers in a cafe, they’d almost get embarrassed, and fearful – their body language would be awkward. Almost as if they wanted to say to me “Ohh do you have keep doing that?”. They would walk ahead as if they’re pretending they’re not with me. Like they are one of those embarrassed parents with a punk rocker son.

      They really do wind me up. This is not a trivial game, this is about life and death. Yet they somehow have the front to label themselves ‘Truthers’ and brag about how long they’ve been awake. Pathetic.

      Whilst I’m having a rant 🙂 ….what also nags me about them is they know exactly what’s going to happen them anyway by NOT acting, by being passive. They know how things are going to pan out. But somehow they adopt a “Well we’ll just have see how things pan out, all we can do is just hope for the best” attitude. Insanity.

      Then if you politely hint and try and encourage them they either get nasty and defensive, or say “Yea I know, you’re right, I ought to do something”. Then the next month after having done sod all they say the exact same “Yea I know, you’re right, I ought to do something”. And every month passes and their lives and the agenda gets worse and they never ever pull their weight.

      Mark Glenn used a great analogy the other day. He said something to the effect of “We all have to pick up a bucket and help put out the fire”. It seems so obvious to me/us.


      AND …. whilst I’m on one, I may as well have a good ol rant. It’s not as if we haven’t got enough to deal with. I find it totally draining/exhausting and unbelievable that we have to expend energy on these lazy cowards (well that’s what they are) when we have enough on our plate without having to burn up energy and momentum trying to engage these wasters.

      Right that’s enough for now. I’m worn out. I’m going to meditate now 🙂

  2. r

     /  January 4, 2013

    I think most people are afraid to confront person-to-person :(__because freezing up in public with blank thoughts would lead to embarrassment. Very painful, so they don’t do it.
    However, I see keyboard warriors as a benefit in that they defend the truth when it is challenged with baseless arguments.
    It is easy to point to sources for the BENEFIT of newbies and others that haven’t heard of these truths, to then ADD to THEIR arsenal…and to PASS THEM ON TO OTHERS…and so-on and so-on the branching grows, but only with the proper nutrients;
    The Indisputable Truth.
    It can only help; proof=just look how far we’ve come since year 2000. (0.0) Amazing!

    • R,

      You make some sound comments. Yes, I appreciate ‘street Truthing’ isn’t for everyone. However, we all have to start somewhere and it gets easier and easier. It’s like going to college for many years and learning a subject, but just spending a week in the real world in a real job, it exponentially speeds up the learning process. Being on the street does that to you. It fast tracks one’s knowledge and delivery skills. You are always challenged by a quirky, abstract, awkward question and theory and it makes you go away and think about it and research it.

      My point really is that we should not just be relying on this cyber world of Truthing. My blog is really only half of my Truthing activities, as I’m involved in the ‘Freeman-on-the-Land’ movement too – in practice. Having to deal with bailiffs, etc. The other work is street Truthing. That’s my forte. Eyeball to eyeball.

      Thank you again for your valid contribution

  3. Gwaredd Thomas

     /  December 31, 2015

    This documentary while disturbing should be no surprise to anyone who frequents this blog. The title of this film is: “The War You Don’t See” If you have never seen this then by all means watch it. It displays in bold relief the duplicity of the media in promoting and maintaining wars of aggression. For those who have not seen this film it should be a wake-up call that one can trust neither politicians nor the media that supports them.

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