July 4th 1776 We hold these Truths…

we the people glasses & feather quill

the declaration of independence we hold these...

True independence and freedom can only exist
in doing what’s right.

voice of freedom (c) kiley 16

“Without freedom their is no art.” – Camus

Posted on July 4th 2016 on ‘the secret keeper’

Censorship For Word Placement

WORDS SUCH AS: Free, Download, Pharma, Key, Xanax, Viagra for Women, Hypoactive Female Sexuality Desire Disorder. Cure is Orgasm. I am supposedly advertising rather than seeing the words in there sentence structure. I WOULD DEFINITELY CALL THIS CENSORSHIP AND BLACK LISTING. This is just the smallest part of what Google is doing. And I wonder specifically if it is not Government Sanctioned. I HAVE BEEN CENSORED THEREBY SHUTTING ME UP. WHO IS GOING TO ENTER A SITE THAT HAS BEEN RED PAGED. AND CALLED A DECEPTIVE SITE AHEAD. DANGEROUS. APPROACH AT YOUR OWN RISK. – kiley aka the secret keeper

word placement does not censorship make

Appearing on ‘Off the Rails – Track 451’

Stoned State


stoned state (c) kiley 16 POSTER #2

Pulled from the context of an article I read in the Sunday NY Times – Issue 17th April 2016: “How Getting High Made Me a Better Caregiver” by Tom Huth. A brilliant article and an enlightening perceptive take of what the goodness there is in the Stoned State of vaping or smoking Marijuana. It can be and is the most healing and divinely delicious elevation one can experience and find revitalizing. I do believe everyone, of an age of choice, should be able to get high on Marijuana. It is not the demon so many presidents and those in authority have led the doubters to mis-represent something they do not understand, nor in many cases even care to try. The article I read will lead many to a pure enlightenment of material to give one pause. Awaken to the Truth. The Truth Is Out There. – kiley ❤


Appearing simultaneously on thesecretkeeper.net – kiley 16 aka ‘tsk’

Blessed Are The Weird

Blessed are the Weird by Melissa Frances – Blackboard Canvas Print

Blessed are the Weird by Melissa Frances

Found this poster at this LINK
The Post had within it,
at the top, a piece titled
I highly recommend, a good read.
For writers, an essential read
for an insight into our persona.


  maggie the cat