So, how is everyone doing?
Despite the consistent bombardment of bad news in 2020, are you keeping yourself together?
Are you on ‘pins and needles’ waiting for the results of the 2020 election?
Well, let me give you a couple of thoughts.
No matter how you personally feel about either candidate in this election, there is no way that these results can make you feel positive about the future of this country. This election is a chaotic and disgusting mess. Despite the problems of my country from an internal perspective as well as my opposition to our foreign policy endeavors, I love being a United States citizen. Our system of federalism allows our states to challenge the federal government when it oversteps its authority. This is the primary reason why this country has pushed back authoritarian attempts to modify our government and ‘system’ with ideas matriculating among the coastal elites that quickly fade out once they spread to the interior of our nation. Or the evolution of or laws that is usually started by our education establishment on the coasts that is eventually embraced by the entire nation. This is why our Constitutional Republic still works…mostly.
2020 has been a very ‘clarifying’ year for me. With this lockdown, the forces that silently work behind the scenes have come out of hiding and shown us their intentions for the future of the world and my country. Whether the American public believes it or not, we are in the process of a cultural war. The war is being brought about on two fronts. First, I have been working on my Master’s Degree since August of 2019. I want to pass along my knowledge to the next generation as a high school or junior college teacher. Taking these classes, I have been shocked by the cynicism and nihilism that these professors have towards the United States. Basing almost every idea around the idea of critical race theory, almost every class involves ‘research’ about a minority and their critique of an ‘oppressive’ system. Usually, the oppressive system is ‘white’ people. There is no recognition that classifying any group of people could be seen as stereotypical. The points of view of these ‘alternative’ writers usually talks about their own individual experiences while they stereotype other races and classes. Europe and Asia have historically been less tolerant with diversity than the United States has throughout their histories. Look at the news in France and China every day to see evidence of their supposedly ‘superior’ inclusivity. This is why the United States is still the number one preferred destination for migrants throughout the world. Do we have problems? Absolutely. Should our children be taught that they are growing up in a ‘racist’ hellhole? Only with the proper historical perspective. The children should also be taught how much this country has evolved over its long and complicated history. There is a reason why my neighbors in Murrieta are Persian, Black, and a mixed White/Mexican couple.
Second, the people who are interested in destroying our Republic have exposed themselves to us. When you are worth billions and the only other people that interact with you are also rich and wealthy, this can make any individual arrogant. It can give you a false belief in your self-importance. Was it their genius that allowed these people to find tremendous success? Maybe. Or maybe these people just knew how to take advantage of a government and economic system and become incredibly wealthy. With a country like the United States, innovation and creativity have never been the issue. Success is built around luck, an acknowledgement that many of these billionaires love to refute. Bernie Sanders has told us that billionaires should not exist. The ‘evil’ Bill Gates has also wrestled with this question. But in actuality, the combination of government interference in the markets, our financialized economy and the manipulation of taxes and subsidies from the government and state as ‘job creators’ that has given these individuals an advantage that the average small business person cannot benefit from is the real reason for their obscene wealth. Sanders is probably right. In a true free market when the government does not intervene, a person like Jeff Bezos likely does not exist. If he does, he is not worth almost 100 billion dollars. More like a billion or two at most.
Knowing that there is an alignment of politicians, world leaders, educators and billionaires that want to implement a new system called “The Great Reset” on the world, the moral superiority of Marxist professors combined with the arrogance of these lucky billionaires is going to create the greatest tools of control and authoritarianism that the world has ever seen. Everything you do will be tracked. Your privacy will become a thing of the past. You will be a cog in the machine that the billionaires want to implement because they know better than anyone about how the world should be run. But don’t look too deeply. Because like anything in life, there are a ton of contradictions about this “Great Reset” that any critical thinker can dispute rationally.
This brings us around to the 2020 election. With an incredibly unrealistic voter turnout in our nation coupled with evidence of Republican monitors being shut out of the counting process and ballots possibly being back dated according to a United States Postal Worker whistleblower, there is enough evidence to show that something suspicious maybe occurring right in front of our eyes. The media refuses to even acknowledge these controversies and just uses denial as a mechanism while promoting the Communist slogan of “Every Vote Needs to be Counted”. Whether any of this happens to be true or not, it is the responsibility of journalists to investigate these claims. Because there is already enough evidence to send this election to the courts. Like always, writer Glenn Greenwald shows how disgusting this entire process is for the richest, most industrialized country in the world.
As a final note, I had an interesting thing happen to me before this election. I lived in Arizona from 2004 to 2012. During that time, I moved to the state as a registered Democrat in 2004. I voted for John Kerry against George Bush Jr. in that election. I despise George Bush Jr. and still consider his presidency the worst in American history. Even though I was not a fan of John Kerry, I made the call that he was the lesser of two evils, something I will never do again. I later changed my registration to Republican in 2008 to support the candidacy of Ron Paul. I got text messages from 602 and 623 area codes (Both local to Phoenix) telling me to vote for Biden. I replied STOP which usually causes the company or organization to stop sending you texts. But these continued up to election day. I told them via another text that “Sleepy” Joe would never get my vote and that my mail in ballot already selected Jo Jorgensen for president. After seeing the voting numbers in Arizona, I believe that there is something wrong. I have no evidence to prove this. I visit that state three to four times a year because my mother and sister are residents. The support for Biden in that state based on my observation was minimal. For every fifty Trump flags I saw in Flagstaff, Prescott, and the Phoenix area, I would see one Biden flag. Whatever happened in Arizona with these numbers, I absolutely believe that there were some shenanigans going on with that state’s count. Welcome to our 2020 Democracy everyone!
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