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**** NEWS FLASH ****


Two new cutting-edge essays by Jeremy Griffith
on the ‘Marketing’ of the world-saving
explanation of the human condition


World-leading biologist Jeremy Griffith has added two incredibly important new essays to the Freedom Essay series. These essays (F. Essays 59 & 60) explain, respectively, why the WTM website and its human-race-transforming content must NOT be toned down, and why those who can ‘hear’ this information have a critical responsibility to support it, not misappropriate its insights for themselvesas the drawings by Jeremy below depict!

You can access these essays straight away on the WTM homepage at, or by clicking on the links below:


Freedom Essay 59: Shouldn’t the WTM’s website be toned down, all the ‘hyperbole’ removed and the ‘congested’, ‘loud’ and ‘aggressive’ layout replaced with a gentler, more welcoming format?


Freedom Essay 60: The World-Destroying Crime Of ‘Ships At Sea’ ‘Pocketing The Win’.


‘Pocketing The Win’

WRONG response: ‘pocket the win’,
‘exploit its insights to make themselves
into an ‘old world’ operational winner’

Supporting the information

Drawings by Jeremy Griffith © 2018 Fedmex Pty Ltd

RIGHT response: ‘lead the way
in supporting this information’


Discussion or comment on this News Flash is welcomedsee below.




These essays were created in 2017-2019 by Jeremy Griffith, Damon Isherwood, Fiona
Cullen-Ward, Brony FitzGerald & Lee Jones of the Sydney WTM Centre. All filming and
editing of the videos was carried out by Sydney WTM members James Press & Tess Watson
during 2017-2019. Other members of the Sydney WTM Centre are responsible for the
distribution and marketing of the videos/​essays, and for providing subscriber support.


This Blog Post was written by WTM Admin on April 5, 2019


Please note, we encourage constructive discussion about this information and so reserve the right to moderate or decline posts that we feel are not relevant or inappropriate. In particular, with the subject of the human condition being so confronting, malice can easily occur, and where comments are deemed to be motivated not by objectivity but by malice, they will be declined. It has to be appreciated that the possibility of malice toward this subject matter is very real, and we have a responsibility to manage that as best we can.