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It would be worse without the Internet- April 1, 2022

If it weren’t the pervasiveness of the Internet, censorship and all, we would be even less aware of the agenda, schemes and other corrupt shenanigans of the ruling elite, both in the United States and the world.

Back in the day when the newspapers of record and the 6PM nightly broadcast news ruled, it was a much easier proposition for the narrative to be controlled by parties interested in doing so. And parties there were, chief among them the CIA. I recommend you do some research on Operation Mockingbird if you’re not familiar with that program. It’s horribly fascinating reading.

On his way out the door of the Presidency, Eisenhower tried to warn those listening to beware the “military-industrial complex”. He was absolutely correct, although he should have distinctly called out the intelligence community as part of this group. I believe he included them in the “military” side of the equation.  In the simplest sense, industry supplies the military with their toys, then said military uses the toys, thus requiring industry to replenish the toybox. This circular revenue model is America’s true legacy of World War II, where we became the “Arsenal of Democracy”. Instead of closing up shop once the war was won, we pivoted to being the Weaponry Superstore. Doubt me? Look up who are the leading exporters of weapons on this planet. The answer will help you understand why the Russia/ Ukraine War is so important to the Swamp.

It’s sad to look back on this history, for we really had a chance to be that “Shining City on the Hill” after defeating the Nazis and Japanese. Instead we gave into the old fears and continued playing the old games. Maybe the old guard couldn’t see any other way, but I don’t think they looked very hard. The dollar won out over freedom, and the image of America has steadily depreciated in the eyes of the world since .

Here are three extremely egregious schemes played out upon the people of the United States, and of the world in recent years. All amazing in their scope, and initially spun with different, and sometimes multiple narratives. 

The first one is, of course, the 2020 emergence, management and fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. As this incident progressed, the public was focused upon the virus coming from the infamous “wet market”, and all reference and inference to it coming from a biolab in Wuhan was squelched in the press. Attempts were made- and still are- to marginalize anyone bringing up the biolab theory. They were called racists, xenophobes and conspiracy theorists.

Fast-forward a couple of years, and we’ve learned many things about the coronavirus origin story. The biggest shock is the established fact the United States was funding research in that lab. Dr. Fauci himself authorized the funding. Characteristics of the virus indicate it includes genetic material patented by a pharmaceutical company. When you combine this information with the latest State Department admission that the US government provides funding for many biolabs in Ukraine, one has to ask what the hell is going on?

The next massive game run on the citizens of the US was the leveraging of the pandemic to alter how our elections are executed. Laws were abridged without due process, massively expanding mail-in and other remote voting, as well as dramatically expanding the voting period. Of course, anyone making claims of voting irregularities was immediately labeled a conspiracy theorist, but as time’s gone on, there have been ever-increasing findings of large irregularities of the voting and counting of the votes in many states. Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia and more have significant documented evidence of fraud, some of it very large scale.

Another facet of the electioneering subterfuge beginning to see some sunlight is the role Mr. Zuckerberg’s money played in elections, particularly in Wisconsin. This has been characterized by Wisconsin government officials as blatantly illegal, and it will be interesting to see if there’s any fallout from the hundreds of millions of dollars spent by Weird Mark.

The last item I want to mention is, of course, Hunter Biden’s laptop. You knew I wasn’t going to miss this one, for the naked partisanship of the legacy United States media is visible in all its shining glory here.

In October of 2020, The New York Post broke the story of Biden’s laptop and its horrific contents. Immediately every broadcast outlet and “Newspaper of Record” came out and dismissed it loudly and categorically as “Russian Disinformation!”. The Biden campaign got 50+ “Former Intelligence and State Department Professionals” to publish a letter supporting the Russian Disinformation! narrative- Biden even referred to that letter in one of the debates. 

Zip forward to today and what’s the new topic du jour? Hunter Biden’s laptop, of course. After a year and a half, the New York Times has recanted and certified the laptop and associated details as true, and the legacy broadcast media has jumped aboard. Yesterday’s Russian Disinformation! and conspiracy theory is today’s……what? Why is this happening now?

I’m thinking that Sleepy Joe has become too much of a liability, and it’s time for the ruling proggies to take him out. But I don’t see Harris as much of an improvement, so, I guess it’s wait and see as to the real endgame here. It’s going to be an interesting summer.

So here we have a few examples of nefarious behavior. Secret (possibly illegal?) funding of a biolab where something bad happened, and measures were taken to keep the fallout from splashing on the swamp critters in DC; leveraging the pandemic to change election processes, thereby allowing more fraud; and the absolute silencing of discussion of Hunter Biden’s laptop before the November 2020 election, possibly because the planned shenanigans just wouldn’t be able to overcome that albatross should it be around Sleepy Joe’s neck.

But returning to my original point, it was the Internet that made the discovery of these deeds possible. Back in the 50s and 60s, narratives were deployed, and the journalists either played along, or they weren’t journalists anymore. Despite the heavy-handed censorship in play today, there are options. Many ethical journalists have found ways to continue to investigate, question and publish their articles and opinions on the Internet.  These are the journalists delivering a positive impact, making false narratives harder to maintain and continuing to erode the monopoly of messaging the legacy media used to enjoy.