Re: The seemingly similar three to four minute terrestrial and solar system video news channels Dutch Sinse and Suspicious Observers, I haven’t posted either one for awhile, but this post from Dutch caught my attention:
Pay attention especially to Dutch Sinse claim that HAARP was not shut down in May, despite Suspicious Observers’ claim that it was. Also, as usual, follow the money, which Dutch does.
As usual, discernment is key. My question: isn’t the world big enough for everybody? Why this scarcity consciousness?
Back when I was publishing a magazine called “Crone Chronicles” (1989-2000), big chain stores had trouble knowing where to put it on the shelf. Why? Because there wasn’t another similar magazine, no established “niche.” Had there been one, Crone Chronicles would have gained more legitimacy. Conclusion: two is better than one. But then oh you creators, realize this: the first one (in this case, Dutch) is bound to get the flak from the second one. Not only is it harder to be the one to create something out of nothing than to follow, and imitate, but imitators tend to grow jealous. And yet, imitation is the finest form of flattery.
Karl Marx is reputed to have said, “history repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.” Maybe we need one more Dutch Since imitator, so we can all — including Dutch — laugh our heads off.