I am Jim, and End Of Innocence is one of my projects to create the kind of world we want to live in. It includes 180 articles I have written about some of the relevant topics where I have had insights that are being suppressed or otherwise suboptimally addressed.

​I just go where the facts take me, and the facts have long since taken me to a place where I could be loosely described as voluntaryist, libertarian, anarchist, anarcho-capitalist, and agorist.

Although it may feel like the world is circling the drain, the world is the result of our individual choices, and we can change course any time we want.

Although most of us are part of the problem, we are mostly innocent because we don’t know the consequences of our choices; we don’t know how the world really works; and we don’t know what we can do about it.

That‘s intentional. We are all being played.

The first step for each of us is to start thinking for ourselves, and to figure out who we really want to be. It is just a decision.

Unfortunately, this decision is harder than it has to be because our bodies, our minds, our society … and thus our future … are sick.

First, we must awaken the potential in our bodies, and then it will be easier to awaken the potential in our minds, and then in our society – at which point – the future will already be transforming into the world we want to live in.

That is why End Of Innocence expanded in March 2017 by developing this new site and by planning a series of books to awaken the potential in our bodies, minds, society, and future. There will even be a related app – a kind of pocket guru – that will help folks figure out: How did I get here? What is coming? and What should I do?

Don’t fear the players. They are not omnipotent. They must hide in the shadows, and their front men must hide their true selves. Pity them, for they are the sickest among us.

A world of individuals in touch with reality … and with who they really want to be … would be impossible to play.

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