Something is brewing. Mass media and big tech leave breadcrumbs through the stories they push over the airwaves. Our job; sift through the disinformation to gauge what diabolic scheme is headed down the pipeline next.
One narrative the past five years is the overt stance against patriotic Americans. The love for country is outdated, a relic from a past that has no place today, you’ll hear them assert.
Major media conglomerates depict right-leaning Americans in a biased, often fabricated manner.
Take the incident in Washington D.C. this past January. Scrutinize the event devoid of emotion and what was on display was free assembly. Thousands of Americans peacefully marched on The Capitol, in protest of an election that was suspect.
Yet the narrative spun by media outlets; all patriots pose a threat in all corners of the land. Even The Bureau had something to say, quickly pouncing on the hot button issue and stating that a new type of threat in the U.S. exists; homegrown dissidents.
I do not condone the actions of those who crossed the line on January 6th, 2021. My basic tenet is the following; believe in what you wish, but don’t infringe on the rights of others in doing so.
Right-leaning Americans with conservative political views have become marginalized in Western society. To drive home this point, visit Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and gauge how those on the right side of the aisle are represented.
Another theory gaining traction of late; the coronavirus is a distraction to shield us from the true evil those in power are setting in motion.
Next time you visit your grocery store, take note of the inventory on the shelves. You will see a shortage in the amount of food. It is not glaring but pay attention; I bet green money that as we move into autumn, less and less food will be available.
Why? The powers that be are planning on starving you and me once they impose yet another lockdown later this year. Africa was their first victim. Then they targeted South America and Asia. Next on their hit list; Europe, and finally us.
The necessity for stocking up on essentials cannot be understated. If you’re reading this, you’re either with me or dismissing me as a crazy person who has seen one too many Hollywood movies. Fair.
As stated above, I don’t disparage those with opposing views to mine.
Take my words with a grain of salt. If you have a functional brain and a pair of eyes, see for yourself.
Keep track of groceries when visiting your neighborhood store; if bold enough, ask the store manager why the shortage in certain items [be prepared for an excuse like ‘there’s a shortage in drivers’]. They read from a script much like the news anchor on the evening news.
Why limit the amount of food available to law-abiding citizens? Food scarcity makes us far more likely to comply with the state. When we are reliant, especially for a core need like sustenance, we are far less likely to oppose those in power.
Another didactic tool I recommend; focus on the messages motion pictures convey. How many movies in the past decade are set in post-apocalyptic America? Countless. Again, these evildoers like to leave clues as to what nefarious acts they will enact next.
EMP’s, famine, zombie outbreaks, flesh-eating virus’; over and over again, films are shot with these cataclysmic plotlines, predictive programming at its finest.
The 1995 film 12 Monkeys is an excellent example of predictive programming. Contagion, , even better; a lethal virus whose origins trace back to China ten years prior to the novel coronavirus; laughable when you’re conscious and aware.
I impart you with a simple axiom those in power ascribe to; order out of chaos. Create a problem that seems impossible to solve, allow fear to permeate daily existence, then come to the rescue and cement your role as necessary; the proverbial Knight in shining armour.
Power is synonymous with the human experience. You see it on display in all contexts of human interaction.
Whether it’s the interplay of the waiter at a restaurant and a customer, a police officer pulling a driver over, or a teacher standing at the front of the class, power is omnipresent.
Sometimes it’s trivial in nature. Other times the stakes are life and death. Rest assured, however, that those in power will do anything imaginable to sustain their influence.
The war on terror; check. Racial tensions; check. The metoo movement; check. An invisible threat by way of a virus; been there.
Next? Foot shortage, followed promptly by false flag attacks by home bred terrorists in an effort to disarm sovereign Americans.
All the world’s a stage,
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