The following quote from William O. Douglas, former associate justice of the US Supreme Court, deserves careful thought: “As nightfall does not come all at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there is a twilight when everything remains seemingly unchanged. And it is in such twilight that we must all be aware of change in the air – however slight – lest we become unwitting victims of the darkness.”
It’s extremely interesting that all of a sudden the mainstream media are stampeding towards a story that says the Australian government was the one that started the Russian FBI probe. What makes it even more interesting is the lack of comment from the FBI. I think what we are about to see is a classic propaganda maneuver, that being misdirection.
First, you have an individual that the FBI charged for some unrelated crime and then began squeezing him in an attempt to get him to roll over on someone else higher up in the food chain.
Then the subpoenas for what exactly the FBI used to begin the witch-hunt started coming after it was revealed that the “dossier” was bought and paid for by the DNC and the Hildabeast’s campaign and that they had not been able to verify any of the contents beyond the fact that someone did make a trip to Russia, a fact that was already known.
Now the same person they are pressuring is named in a mainstream media news story claiming that, while intoxicated, he told an Australian government official he had been told the Russians had dirt on the Hildabeast that they got when they supposedly hacked the DNC computers.
Suddenly the “dossier” is no longer of interest and is quietly moved to the back burner.
Let’s ignore the fact that Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, had “password” as his password and fell for a phishing scheme. Let’s ignore the individuals that Debbie Wasserman Schultz hired as “tech support” for herself and a large number of Democrats and are now awaiting trial, or at least the one that didn’t escape to Pakistan is.
However, notice that the FBI has not said a word about any of this. When challenged about the possible use (and I believe it was used) of the dossier as justification for their actions, they started throwing every excuse in the book as to why they couldn’t say it was or wasn’t. But with this story they are silent. They’re letting others do their misdirection work for them. Classic propaganda technique.
The thing about all this is the general population (sheeple) will slowly start to buy it and soon everything else I listed will be forgotten. Look at the Wasserman Schultz story. When was the last time you heard anything about it? Do you even remember it?
Think Jedi mind trick.
Go Galt and save the republic.
Send to email@example.com or 216 W. Market St., Greensboro 27401
If truth is the first casualty of war, ignorance is surely the first victor. In an on-going campaign to elevate romanticized ideals above it’s foundational decadence, America routinely circumvents rationale and reason in favor of bigoted nastiness and racist insanity. 2017 only reflects the virulent toxicity of perverted notions of uniqueness and supremacy that rode the wave of immigration in 1609. And, this intractable element of egocentric madness remains fixed in the American psyche, and is resistant to measures of redemptive rehabilitation. To be sure, any moves toward unconditional social community, in America, are met with a violent reaction against those seeking relief from the vulgarities of systemic discrimination and social injustice.
And so, as we enter into 2018, we Americans still speak–although circumspectly–about a godly nation of exceptional people who are paradigms of moral and civil superiority. However, noisy declarations of patriotic abstractions and preferential justice cannot conceal the socio-political rot that inflicts miseries of the worst kind on those who do not look, pray, love, and think as I do.
That insidious spiritual malediction of racism and bigotry is still an unfortunate part of the American character. It is a sinister aspect of our nature that has infiltrated the collective bloodstream of American culture. Therefore, if 2018 is to be different than 2017, some serious self-reflection is called for.
The demise of truth preceded national independence, and the clamorous declarations of blind justice and godly character is, now, only the agonizing silence of a dark soul. Something evil and void of compassion arrived on the shores of this nation in 1609 and has evolved into something antithetical to the benign proclamations of acculturation. This hybrid ideology of iniquity leaves Americans sentimentally, and factually, untrustworthy and spiritually dead. But the battle for the national soul is not over. I know who the enemy is. And if we are to move into 2018 with any degree of credibility, all Americans must face that enemy. And that enemy is not “them” . . .that enemy is “me.”