“The Geneticals” is an oversized 8×10, vivid, painstakingly and lovingly drawn and colored, beautifully printed book which pits the world’s first rag-tag group of vaccine-damaged heroes against the Union of Uninterested Scientists. The book plays lightly with the very real themes of vaccine-damage, but manages to point...
Hello and Welcome
I've had to come out as a non-monogamous person - because I'm not, I don't really believe anyone is. We all love so many people. It doesn't relate to being sexual as much as affectionate. As with most of us, the desire for sex is rarer by far than the desire to be affectionate. I think we repress affection so much it bursts out as sex - I think that's a mistake.
I think we try to reign in affection, fear it, instead of allowing it to be heard, felt, to return love to us. It's so healing and so unthreatening - it's amazing what walls we've all built against the normal affection that many cultures around the world surround themselves with.
I suppose that makes me polyamorous, in a way. I mean. I tend to be very slow-moving as a rule when it comes to 'all the way,' but of course, that's nobody's business (unless you're an exhibitionist, which I'm not).
But... it's nice to meet people who feel the same. Who are open, who love more generously. Without so many pointless, frustrating, artificial, strangulating fake-rules that don't really help, don't protect, don't strengthen...
It's nice to be more open. Most people, indoctrinated by the herding culture mentality of the Old Testament - as we are - don't really get it. They think everything is about fucking. When the truth is - hardly anything is about fucking. It's mostly about loving, being generous, compassionate. Hugging. A kiss and a cuddle. A bedtime backrub.
It's mostly about being human. ... See MoreSee Less
Please donate to keep Liam's unique and powerful work on the air and in print. As little as 10 dollars and as much as 100, 500 or 1000 as a donation to help keep this truly independent work happening. Liam's pioneering investigative journalism and distinctive public voice are not found anywhere else in the media, neither mainstream nor alternative - and Liam is not funded a single corporate sponsor. Keep strong, independent and deep critical thinking alive.
Or, buy books in bulk directly for yourself, colleagues, friends (via Contact page), or suggest "Official Stories" to your local high school or university debate class or club. Thank you!
Official Stories — Available Now on Kindle, Mac and PC
Official Stories for Kindle
Myth and Modernity
Contact / Booking for Speaking Engagements
Official Stories Video
Paradox of Science
A thing of beauty is a joy forever; its loveliness increases; it will never pass into nothingness, but still will keep a bower quiet for us, and a sleep full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing. Therefore, on every morrow, are we wreathing a flowery band to bind us to the earth, in spite of despondence, of the inhuman dearth of noble creatures, of the gloomy days, of all the unhealthy and over-darkened ways made for our searching...
Dear Christians: You don't own the concept of God.
Dear Jews: You don't own the concept of suffering.
Dear Atheists: When you worship the negation of a belief, you can't see a whole picture.
Dear Capitalists: You don't own the world...............
by Liam Scheff
When science is wrong, and does not admit it, it does more damage than when religion is wrong, and does not admit it.
While religion brainwashed with ideas, science injects with heavy metals. While religion suppressed emotion and expression, science suppresses life itself, by creating terminator seeds. While religion offered palliative myths to large existential questions, science offers palliative care, with deadly drugs, to prove its failures true.
All fundamentalisms are dangerous, and perhaps evil. Science has reached a stage of fundamentalism in our society, where vaccination, HIV testing, and pandemic hysteria have achieved the status of occult objects, of religious ceremony.
Science, today, as it is practiced, from Big Bang theory, to Darwinism, to AIDS, to Vaccination, is a fundamentalism. And must be opposed, challenged, its weaknesses exposed and understood, and reformed around better, newer, more open, flexible ideas.
Science needs a Reformation.