On 4/14/1998 I discovered cyberbipolarity. As you may know, bipolar behavior is the word used to replace schizophrenia and has to do with presenting more than one face. Back when it was called schizophrenia, it was considered a disorder: and well it may be. However, I am here to present the idea that it is simply a self-defense mechanism, no different or less natural than any of the many other self defense mechanisms that life forms find themselves armored with. In a nutshell, the system is not perfect. The U.S. Constitution is the authorizing document of all government activity, and it guarantees the right to free speech. I am not talking about using speech to induce immediate mass hysteria deliberately, like falsely yelling fire in a theatre. I am talking about the right to express one's beliefs without fear of intimidation or repercussions for doing so. The hippies demonstrated the government does not abide by the Constitution and simply uses it to convince young children that the government is all just so that when they grow up they will believe that until they themselves become the victims of crimes perpetrated by government agents. At Kent State the government shot and killed people for protesting a war that was obviously the manipulation of special interests for profit, guised as an element of national security. More recently, young minor girls had mace applied directly to their eyes to discourage them from protesting the destruction of the planets life support system for the sake of short term profits for a few. This was done defying the manufacturers of the mace warning not to do this. This was done by Humboldt County Sheriffs whose machismo relies on a consensus with wealth and power, in this case, the lumber companies. Mace put in young girls eyes. Such an assault on minor girls would have been political heyday for the State's Attorney General, Dan Lundgren, if anyone else had done it. But since the people who did it were under his authority, he said he would not prosecute. I mean, a nation can seem to get worked up because the President tried to deceive the public to conceal his sex life (which most people would do also)but look the other way when terrorism is used on Minor Girls to discourage protecting the environment from big money interests. Such double standards and such crimes by our government indicates the troubling state of affairs that would have had our forefathers up in arms. Indeed, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington and John Adams surely did all they could to place constraints carefully constructed on government to criminalize such abuse. Back to Bipolar conditions. All my life I have believed in the Constitution of the United States. The more I studied it, the more it made sense to me. I objected to racism, indeed, to injustice of any kind: whether it be imposed on gays, women, whales, me or anyone else. By eclectically choosing my own culture, I have attracted forces of tyranny that dread non-conformity and fear of change from the business as usual people with their disrespect for life on the planet and for the environment. Yet, I find now, that the type of hypocritical application of the Constitution of the United States (What's OK for me is not OK for you mentality) has become far reaching; so far reaching that it is beyond my attempt to contend with. Yet I cannot simply accede to terrorists, so what do I do? Bipolar behavior. To those criminals who would violate my rights and the rights of others I must present a minimized posture until such time as they are brought to justice. When I can exercise my right to think and speak freely, I do so to educate with a zealous seriousness that urgency and danger and treason confront those true patriots who defend the Constitution of the United States against enemies both domestic and foreign. So, I've gone bipolar in Cyberspace. Any act of reason or analysis which exposes criminals for the crimes they commit against nature, against minorities, against society, against the planet in general, will be reserved in the more stealthy web pages of Eoroneth. I grew up in the 60's and protested the War in Vietnam. I knew that the Communist scare was a bunch of baloney, and since then I have spent much of my life documenting the activities of the real conspirators, who are not the Communists, but every bit as sinister and evil as we believed as gullible children that the Communists were. I will never forget the day John F. Kennedy died. I will never forget when in 1969 I learned of the presentation by the "everyman theatre" made the presentation of a study by three Doctorate students who exposed all three assassinations, the JFK assassination, the Martin Luther King assassination, and the Robert F. Kennedy assassination as a Conspiracy. I followed other non- conformist sources of information like Mae Brussel and Danny Casolaro until each of them were murdered. Indeed, it is hard to doubt oneself, when one can see the witnesses for an idea getting bumped off as they reach the limits of what the publics been allowed to know so far. We live in a time of specialization, which is why it is so easy for people to defer their decisions to an expert. Unfortunately, experts can be bought, and often are. A history of the United States from the 50's until today is littered with examples of the American Public being misled by corporations seeking to profit by something, paying one scientist who says something cutesy, and everyone goes along with it. I am reminded of this when I see all the groups to cure Cancer cure, Altheimerís disease and cure Diabetes; who for all their efforts could resolve most their problems readily if the public were informed of the truth regarding the causes. Table salt, aluminum, soda pops, red meat, lead, processed starches, excesses of sugar - these are major causes of disease. At least when I smoke a cigarette, I do so choosing to expose myself to danger; not lied to about the danger. These truths are self evident, but it just takes a contrary scientist, a team of lawyers, and a corporation more interested in profit than the welfare of Society to shut just about any truth up. From 1988 through about 1992 the U.S. had it's own "Perestroika" but that seems to have been crushed. Yet I feel the rate of change to be so accelerated that new awakenings should be right on the heels of those recently past.