This blog has only had one post over the past six weeks. I apologize as my responsibility as the patriarch of a family sometimes takes priority over my journalistic ramblings. As a person who is always open-minded and fascinated with learning new skills, my mind has been distracted by economic questions mainly revolving around proper money investment and historical economic doctrines. This research will likely lead to a series of blogs at some point in 2022 on this topic. I am also in the process of doing final edits and adding photos into my U.S. Route 95 book. Since I have never published before, I am going to begin the process of figuring out how this works (On Amazon and possibly a few other places). As mentioned in a previous blog, I intend on releasing the book for a decent price with the ultimate goal of converting it into a free e-book once I acquire an advertising identification that pays for hyperlink referrals. So now that you are caught up, I have an outline of some new ideas that have been floating around in my mind. Starting with this blog, I am going to start a new minimum three-part series on the politics in the United States in comparison to Europe and other neo-liberal countries. This ties into the seven-part series I still need to complete revolving around the degradation of our educational system. The former will involve a comparison between these continents and how it relates to the still ongoing COVID-19 “Pandemic” which has long since evolved from a medical emergency to a political problem. It will likely also dive into history and reflect back on the American and French Revolutions and explain why the aftereffects of these two historical moments are still being felt in the present day. I also just finished a game called Cyberpunk 2077. I am going to submit my review as well as the complicated technical history and debates that this game has created since its release last year. But first, this blog is going to ask three questions about our current political and social climate that need to be answered. Plus, I am going to squash some frustrating “conspiracies” that have irritated me over the past decade. I hope you enjoy!
Question 1: Is the Mainstream Media serving as “propaganda” for the United States Empire?
This first question is a doozy and one of the solutions can be found here in my last blog. Since the orange-haired narcissist took office back in 2017, the mainstream media has been losing its mind over “fake news.” There is an arrogance among these media ‘elites’ that the election of Donald Trump was some sort of “mistake” made by American people that were lied into electing this so-called racist to office. The election was actually a rejection of the neo-liberal and neo-conservative globalization doctrine which has been ongoing in this country since the Clinton era (And likely was started during the Nixon era). One of my favorite aspects since Trump was elected is to understand two key things I have seen inside the media since taking my first job in the industry back in the post September 11th days in late 2001. First, the propaganda mechanisms behind the media have come out of the “dark” for the whole world to see. For anyone who thought the mainstream media was ‘independent’, this belief is the real conspiracy ‘theory.’ Second, if you believe that the mainstream and social media are working in unison to manipulate your thoughts, this opinion has more factual legitmacy than anything that these billion dollar companies and their puppets tell you on a nightly basis. What Donald Trump really exposed was how much control the media was under from political organizations and our own government (Through these corporations). This is why censorship had to escalate. The narrative they have spent almost my entire lifetime promoting is slowly starting to slip away because of the freedom that many of the tools created during the technological revolution has given us. A recent speech by Antony Blinken and a warning issued by the most recent Nobel Peace Prize winners show how dangerous the media has gotten. Thankfully, the men behind the masks are being revealed.
Question 2: Why is it so hard to believe that organizations formed by rich people (WEF/Davos, Bilderberg Group, Tri-Lateral Commission) and government entities that they control (WTO, United Nations) would not be competing against one another but instead, planning a future of technocratic authoritarian control over the entire global population?
I have my issues with Alex Jones. His emotions allow him to offer opinions or subjective judgments that come across as ridiculous. Trying to get inside the mind of people that are trying to control you can come across as a fool’s errand. We can argue that billionaires are plotting and scheming to create this type of system without giving an opinion on what YOU PERSONALLY BELIEVE is going to happen. This is why the mainstream media can destroy Alex Jones and censor him online. But this does not mean that his concern over these organizations should be completely dismissed. Billionaires do seem to be in alliance with many corporations, governments, and foundations (Like George Soros’s Open Society Foundation, Bill Gates Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Koch Foundation, and the Clinton Foundation) in creating a new type of world. They have been arrogant enough to tell us about their plans. So to believe this is not the case is its own form of ‘conspiracy theory.’ These foundations all seem to hide behind some sort of societal problem where the solution almost always seems to lead to the same place, a new form of ‘governance’ (See a technocratic, authoritarian future) for the entire globe. I also find the debate between liberals who find the Koch Brothers as the epitome of evil and Republicans who feel the same way about George Soros as idiotic. I hate to tell both political parties that each of these men are power hungry sociopaths often in alignment that are actually looking to control your life through the issues that are important to each one of them. They are both trying to take the world to the exact same place. Instead of believing that they became rich through their own good fortune and a healthy dose of luck, these extremely wealthy people believe that their intelligence and wisdom surpasses all other human beings and that we need to submit ourselves to their control as they go about saving the world. There have been thousands of years of history proving the dangers of this type of rationalization.
Question 3: Why the United States Political System Continues to Prove its Superiority over the Asian and European Options?
I will dive into the answer to this question in more detail during my look back at the French and American Revolutions. But, for those Americans who take pride in this country and the values that it stands for, 2021 has given cynics a tremendous amount of hope. As Biden’s “Build Back Better” Plan (For those who think this is a conspiracy, I am guessing that his choice of words was completely and totally unrelated to the plan being implemented by the WEF. Nothing to see here, no conspiracy at all), seems to be on life support and Americans have started to understand the political implications of these COVID-19 lockdowns, the United States (Like the Chinese) seem to be rebelling against the neo-liberal, globalization agenda. (Generation Xers already knew how this would turn out in 1999. We fucking told you so.) Two things that are vitally important to understand: The United States history of federalism especially with the 9th and 10th Amendments is the reason that the United States has never fallen into tyranny. With the separation of powers described in the Constitution, the states (Who have the majority of power in our form of government) and the Courts (Who can invalidate the laws that the State or Federal Government create) have gone back to exercising their power against the Federal Government. This movement really started in the 1990s with the states individually legalizing marijuana over the federal prohibition (A right that is being properly exercised by the states). This has now become an issue with the Legislative and Executive Branch’s attempt to mandate health care and vaccines onto the general population. Over the last five years, all of these things have happened:
Trump eliminating ObamaCare’s Health Care Mandate with the Help of the Judicial System: CHECK. Ironically, my home state California (Using their 10th Amendment Rights) immediately re-instituted the mandate for Californians.
The Courts freezing Biden’s Federal Mandate on Vaccination for Employers with 100 Employees or More: CHECK and with the recent United States Senate vote: DOUBLE CHECK. This bill still needs to pass the House which seems unlikely. But the Court decision still stands making the mandate invalid.
The Court halting Biden’s Federal Contracting Vaccination Mandate: CHECK
The Court blocking Biden’s Vaccination Mandate for Health Care Workers: CHECK
Just two days ago, there was more good news. The state of Pennsylvania invalidated the School Mask Mandates (An issue that I am personally involved in because forcing masks onto children should be considered criminal behavior.): CHECK
This is why the United States Federalist System is the best form of government in the world at present (There are still better forms if you believe in true freedom and even less centralization).
If you happen to be a liberal and have a “hatred” for the United States (Not necessarily based in irrationality) over our political system, this should give you hope for your future. Because you could have ended up in any number of countries that do not have or respect a general rule of law which makes tyranny a painful possibility in these countries’ future.
Look at Austria.
Or Australia (With Concentration…sorry…COVID Camps)
Or even Canada (This one continues to shock me).
And the U.K.
If you think that there is a cabal of billionaires trying to create a globalized system of control, then two continents have already fallen under their control (Europe and Australia) as well as Canada. Thankfully, protests are happening in these countries over these obviously authoritarian measures. Plus, countries like Hungary and Poland (As well as the non-European Union Russians) are fighting back against these corrupt measures and the EU which is looking to gain (And likely will) full legal control over its vassals in Europe. All I can say about this is, “God Bless America”; flaws and all.
Since this blog got away from me in terms of its length, I have two more questions that will be answered next week (Involving the military and “green” energy). I hope everyone had a satisfactory Thanksgiving. More to come next week!
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