Mr. Anonymous tells me a friend has received not one but several texts from a local Congresscritter’s campaign:
We’re texting voters today to make sure everyone has a plan to vote in the next election. How do you plan on voting–early, by absentee ballot, or on Election Day?
His friend responded:
Ernestine probably won’t be voting.
And the campaign answers:
May I ask why? This is a very important election.
To which his friend replies:
Mainly b/c she is a cat.
Wanna bet the candidate shrugged, “So what?”12:09 pm on September 29, 2020 Email Becky Akers
This morning, I tried to post a comment on Facebook about a post someone had written about J.A. Hobson, the English radical best known for his book Imperialism: A Study (1902). This was the comment:
One point about Hobson that Gordon Tullock made in an article that hasn’t gotten as much attention as it merits is that Hobson was not in general opposed to imperialism.https://www.unz.
I got a message that this couldn’t be posted because it contains spam. I then omitted the link to the index and just included the citation to Modern Age, where the article appeared. This post went through with no problem. Even though it is much easier for people to read the article by consulting the index, it cannot be mentioned, because it is run by Ron Unz, who is too “controversial” to be mentioned on Facebook.12:02 pm on September 29, 2020 Email David Gordon
Our Rulers rigorously protect us from every threat, however remote or minute, except the most dangerous of all: themselves.
A Maryland man has been sentenced to one year in jail for throwing a large party, violating the state’s COVID-19 guidelines, the state’s attorney’s office announced Friday. Shawn Marshall Myers, 42, threw a large party at a home in Hughesville, Maryland in March, according to a press release from the Charles County State’s Attorney Office.
Wouldn’t you think the State’s Attorney would be too humiliated at busting such small fry to brag about it? But no.
Mr. Myers has since recanted (and who knows what pressure Leviathan put on him? Rule nothing out, up to and including physical torture, a la China), but he earlier defended freedom when cops showed up in response to a snitch:
Myers was arrested in March when law enforcement responded to his home in the 15200 block of Lukes Lane for a report of a large party.
When they arrived, Myers argued with the officers,
Too bad more subjects don’t.
About a week later, law enforcement received a similar complaint at Myers [sic] home.
When they returned to the scene, Myers challenged the officers again,
Love this rebel!
Indeed, he does. How damning that an “Emergency Order” never passed into law now tosses serfs in the clink while thieving from them.
They say Myers not only argued with the officers, he directed his guests to remain in defiance of their orders.
Three cheers for our hero!
Meanwhile, Mr. Anonymous, who sent the story, asks, “If holding a gathering of 50 people really is a threat to the human race, why do they put the so-called criminal into a place where presumably he is in close contact with more than 50 people?”
Ah! Yet another of the plandemic’s internal inconsistencies.11:30 am on September 29, 2020 Email Becky Akers
Indianans have so wearied of their governor’s bullying on the pretext of COVID19 that their discontent is “complicating” the Rethuglican’s “front-runner campaign” for re-election. And wow, does that discontent make for heartening reading!
For starters, check out the headline: “Mask discontent could snarl Indiana governor’s reelection.”
Then feast your liberty-starved soul on these comments:
Longtime reliable Republican voters such as Renee Willis complain Holcomb’s coronavirus orders have been “overbearing.”
She partially blames the governor for the loss of her daughter’s job as a manager at a Greenfield restaurant
Encouraging when a serf blames the tyrants who are actually at fault rather than a ginned-up virus, even if only “partially.”
and intends to vote for Libertarian candidate Donald Rainwater in an act of “civic outrage.”
“People have lost jobs, businesses are being forced to shut down …. we haven’t been able to go to church or see elderly family members, they’re being forced to wear masks,” said Willis, 57, of New Palestine, just east of Indianapolis. “Our constitutional rights have been infringed upon, and we’re sick of it.” …
Republican state Sen. Jim Tomes … said many people he has talked with feel “they’ve done their fair share” to fight the coronavirus and are going to vent their frustration with the governor at the ballot box.
What a sea-change! Usually, the more politicians abuse them, the more their victims adore them, a la New York City’s sorry wusses.
“There are a lot of folks that just want to go back to living like Americans again,” said Tomes, who spoke during a Statehouse protest of the mask order in early August.
Those disgruntled voters are unlikely to support Myers, the Democratic candidate, as he called for a statewide mask order weeks before Holcomb issued one and believes it should include possible criminal penalties. …
Holcomb might still try to save face by adjusting the mask order or easing other restrictions, [Libertarian campaign manager Sam] Goldstein said…
I imagine the “Concerned Citizen” who forwarded this story would agree that the dudgeon’s towering high overhead for the corporate media to quote a Libertarian!
Conservative activist Monica Boyer said she senses many of the frustrations with Holcomb that existed when longtime U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar lost the 2012 Republican primary to a tea party-backed challenger. Boyer said she’s been a Republican her whole life but decided to back Rainwater like many around her northern Indiana hometown of Warsaw over issues such Holcomb ordering churches closed during the first several weeks of the pandemic.
“He is ignoring his base, Mike Pence’s base, (of) social conservatives,” Boyer said. “And actually, he’s doing more than ignoring us. He’s rolling over us with the bus and re-rolling over us.”
Yep. That’s what Leviathan does best.9:38 am on September 29, 2020 Email Becky Akers
I was out of town over the weekend, but last night a restaurant manager friend of mine said that the weekend on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, FL, which is lined with restaurants and bars, was “like New Years Eve.” This was because on Friday Governor DeSantis lifted all “COVID” lockdown restrictions and all the bars and restaurants opened up with 100% capacity for the first time since March. Apparently, the people kind of like freedom and are not as enamored with being treated like slaves as our rulers think.
On the other hand, I read that upon hearing about all of the elation in Florida Anthony Fauci, who has praised Cuomo and DeBlasio for doing such a “good job” handling the virus in New York, went on televison to say that because Florida has fully opened up, “it is in a bad place.”
A pipsqueak Fauci follower, weasely little Mayor Dave Kerner of Palm Beach County, a sufferer of “small-man syndrome,” held a press conference to stutter and stammer about how HE still had “authority” to REGULATE, well, just about all aspects of our lives. He must have used the word “regulate” fifty times in a fifteen minute crying jag. He apparently believes getting elected mayor grants him more powers than Joseph Stalin ever had. Every single one of these lockdown mayors and governors need to be sued personally for all the economic destruction they have caused.
7:38 am on September 29, 2020 Email Thomas DiLorenzo
For months I have been posting numerous detailed articles/blogs on the planned chaos and strategy of tension in the streets we have been enduring in our large metropolitan areas and major cities. These insurrections will be culminating during the critical period of the November 3rd election. The Democrat apparatchiks, Black Lives Matter drones, antifa thugs, seditious elements of the deep state, and their compliant pawns in the regime media will be staging a Color Revolution coup d’état to subvert, destroy and overturn the integrity of the presidential election by using any means at their disposal to destroy the American Republic and the rule of law.
With countless decades of real-world experience and clinical research, masters of psychological warfare and mind control, expert manipulators and programmers of cult-like behavior, recruit those alienated arrested development post-adolescents and anti-social disillusioned vicarious thrill seekers who fit a susceptible psychological profile matrix and who relish vandalism, violence and destruction as a means of striking out at a world beyond the control of their misshapened lives. An ideological construct of direct action “anarchism” or “propaganda by the deed” is put forth as a purported justification for their aberrant thug-like terrorist behavior. These clueless kids have no idea that they’re being used as useful idiots. The malevolent people pulling the strings in the shadows have cleverly made this treasonous movement some kind of fashionable “friendly fascism.”
What you are about to see took over two years to compile having infiltrated several leftist organizations. This coming documentary by Millennial Millie contains exclusive material not found in the public domain. These groups are well funded, tactically trained, highly organized, and part of a global subversive movement that aims to destroy the United States – and it’s all coming out before election day. Stay Tuned!8:25 pm on September 28, 2020 Email Charles Burris
Should a constitutional procedure like the choice of a Supreme Court justice depend upon the dying or retiring wish of a departing justice? Should it depend upon the possible installation of a new president? Of course not. That means adding conditions to the constitution’s procedures. The constitution is the supreme law of the land. To counsel delaying an appointment for any number of ad hoc politically-motivated excuses is fundamentally to flout the constitution, to downgrade it and to ignore it. Such recommendations reveal their authors to be anti-constitutionalists. For openers, Senators Hirono and Blumenthal are in the anti-constitution pack. Obama has placed himself in it too in no uncertain terms. These politicians perhaps do not realize that when they make ad hoc excuses for the president to delay his constitutional prerogative, they are shunting the constitution aside. They are disputing its primacy while substituting some other priority of their own.
Kamala Harris now joins this sorry pack. In her remarks attendant to justice Ginsburg’s memorial service, Harris said “Already the President and his party have chosen to ignore Justice Ginsburg’s final wish, to hold off the nomination to replace her until after the next president is chosen…”
Strangely, in this short set of remarks, she had just got done emphasizing the role of women’s rights in Ginsburg’s life and work. It didn’t cross her mind that Trump has nominated a woman for the vacant seat. That fact didn’t stop Harris from calumny. She accused Trump of being anti-women. She claimed that Trump was not interested in hearing any of justice Ginsburg’s lessons.
It’s very difficult to watch and listen to Harris for this 3 minutes and 28 seconds as she capitalizes on Ginsburg’s death, urges us to place the politics of Ginsburg above the constitutional power of the president, any president, urges us to ignore the constitution, and maliciously attacks Trump for doing his duty and what he’s empowered to do. Justice Ginsburg had her say for a long time. She lived her life. Is she supposed to rule from the grave through a Ginsburg clone? There is no such right.
The manner in which Harris delivers this little speech is itself very unsettling. See for yourselves. She’s ready to burst into laughter and smiles despite the seriousness of her oration to Ginsburg. She tries to associate herself with Ginsburg by mentioning how close she was to the casket and how personal it was. She uses the occasion of a funeral, which she emphasizes is a somber matter, to make a political thrust at her opponent, a graceless act if there ever was one.6:35 pm on September 28, 2020 Email Michael S. Rozeff
So, it’s 2020 and you’ve fallen down the rabbit hole. Disorienting, isn’t it? Well, don’t worry: you are not alone. On this special edition of The Corbett Report, James Corbett welcomes all the newcomers to the reality-based community and gives them some tips and advice that he’s learned along the way about navigating this world of lies and cover ups.
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This morning I sent Dr. Paul a message wishing him a full and speedy recovery. He answered me within two minutes: “David, Your message is deeply appreciated.” This is amazing and very good news indeed. We need him now more than ever.4:12 pm on September 27, 2020 Email David Gordon
Much of the rhetoric that supports postponing an immediate appointment to the Supreme Court denies the U.S. constitution. A headline reads “Sen. Hirono: Dems Will Explore ‘Every Tool to Keep McConnell from Shoving This Nominee Down Our Throats’.” Doesn’t that mean that the constitutional procedures don’t count or are somehow out of bounds? Doesn’t her statement mean that shoving down the throat replaces law in her mind? Does Hirono have no respect for constitutional procedures?
Hirono also says she won’t meet with Barrett, and she’s on the Senate Judiciary Committee. And she’s joined in this by Sen. Blumenthal from Connecticut. He tweets “I will refuse to treat this process as legitimate & will not meet with Judge Amy Coney Barrett.” He calls it an “illegitimate sham process”.
Can you dig it? Two U.S. senators are claiming that a constitutional process, which this confirmation 100% is, is a violent fake. This is what they are conveying to American citizens.
Americans should be dismayed that there are people holding top elective offices who think this way, which is with utter contempt for the constitution they’re supposed to know something about and uphold. The case of Obama’s anti-American statements will be addressed toward the end of this blog.
A leftist coalition has formed to demonstrate against confirmation, and their rhetoric is easily as anti-constitution as that of Hirono and Blumenthal. They say “It is unjust and unacceptable to try to rush through a nomination less than 40 days from the election.” The U.S. constitution is the supreme law of the land, but they do not accept it as such. According to them “we must…let the people decide on the next Supreme Court Justice of this country. We must demand no nomination before inauguration. It’s our future and we should get to choose our justice.”
This group denies the Constitution altogether. They want a popular vote for Supreme Court justices.
MoveOn houses a petition with almost 7,000 signatures. It simply says “We should not have a defeated President naming a Justice for life in the last few months of his term.” (This means in case Trump loses. That part isn’t the problem.) The problem with this rhetoric, as in all such instances, is that it proposes an ad hoc standard that’s supra-constitutional. One cannot simply make up a condition that negates constitutional law and demand that it be adhered to. That destroys the constitution altogether.
Here’s another example, which is a small rally urging delay. It’s the rationale that’s again important. One articulate person said “We want to put someone on the Supreme Court for this lifetime appointment that is representative of what we need as people to have equality, to have justice.” Obviously, this isn’t how our constitution directs a Supreme Court appointment to be done. We the people get to talk but the senators get to vote. If delay or the lack thereof traces back to rules of procedure, and they are constitutional, that’s how the game is played. We do not have a system in which justices are selected by “what we need as people to have equality, to have justice.”
Obama, our former president, disrespects the U.S. constitution too. He’s making up irrelevant conditions for delay like “[S]he [Justice Ginsburg] also left instructions for how she wanted her legacy to be honored…” Since when does the constitution say that an outgoing justice gets to narrow the field of replacements so as to fit her politics? This is an emotional appeal. Obama then accused the Republicans of seeking unfair advantage. What’s unfair about using the power they have? Didn’t Obama do that for 8 years? And didn’t Obama even try to castrate Trump’s power unfairly via a soft coup?
Obama ended his call for delay by making justice arguments similar to those being made by the less august leftist commoners:
“The questions before the Court now and in the coming years — with decisions that will determine whether or not our economy is fair, our society is just, women are treated equally, our planet survives, and our democracy endures — are too consequential to future generations for courts to be filled through anything less than an unimpeachable process.”
This is another anti-constitution appeal. Obama asserts that an appointment now that follows the rules laid down by the constitution is somehow “impeachable”, or invalid because the court will be considering weighty issues.
Obviously Obama’s saying that a Trump appointment will cause an unfair economy, an unjust society, unequal treatment of women, the planet’s destruction and a fatal blow to “our democracy”. This is all political garbage. It has nothing to do with the constitutional validity of a Trump appointment being made before he leaves office and before the election.
Obama openly speaks as if the constitution were irrelevant and didn’t matter. In his mind, what then does matter? He has told us clearly. It’s his leftist agenda as he and other Democrats in power understand it and see it. Their ends matter to them, the constitution be damned. What matters to them are their ideas of a fair economy, just society, equal treatment of women, climate change, and democracy. They believe in making these things happen, as they understand them, in a never-ending process of legislative “law-making” that’s rubber stamped by the Supreme Court. They do not believe in rights and fixed laws within which people freely decide their own lives in pursuit of their own happiness. And above the agenda, which is necessary for them to articulate in order to gain and hold power, they are after their own power. That is their real aim, their own power.
The left-wing rhetoric of Supreme Court appointment delay reveals how leftists, Democrats included, think. They think with disrespect and disregard for the constitution. Obama makes this clear. This thinking is part of a more general disrespect and disregard of any objective or even semi-objective idea of law and rights that constrains their grasp of any powers whatsoever that they can wield in the name of their leftist agenda.
If traditional America means an America of rights, individualism and rule of law, if it means a land of opportunity and capitalism, however imperfectly realized, the leftists hate America even as it succeeds in achieving these ideals. Obama leads the parade of anti-American Democrats in wanting to replace it by a socialist America that they rule.4:11 pm on September 27, 2020 Email Michael S. Rozeff
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The legendary Peter Dale Scott, academic, poet, researcher and celebrated author of numerous books including The American Deep State: Big Money, Big Oil, and the Struggle for U.S. Democracy; Dallas ’63: The First Deep State Revolt Against the White House; American War Machine: Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection, and the Road to Afghanistan; Deep Politics and the Death of JFK; Drugs, Oil, and War: The United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Indochina; The War Conspiracy: JFK, 9/11, and the Deep Politics of War; The Road to 9/11: Wealth, Empire, and the Future of America; Cocaine Politics: Drugs, Armies, and the CIA in Central America; The Iran-Contra Connection: Secret Teams and Covert Operations in Reagan Era; and Crime And Cover-Up: The CIA, The Mafia, and the Dallas-Watergate Connection.
“Nuts…pure politics.” The progressive loathing of the freedom of mobility combined with single-party rule. Plus, on top of everything else, shutting down California’s last nuclear power plant.
10:29 am on September 26, 2020
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WWII Was Not Fought To Save Anyone From Death Camps, — article by David Swanson
Unseasonable Truths: American Racism and Nazi Germany — Amazon book/DVD list
Franklin D. Roosevelt and The Jewish Community — Rafael Medoff, director of the David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies C-SPAN presentation.
Race Against Death: Peter Bergson, America and the Holocaust — David Wyman and Rafael Medoff C-SPAN presentation.
Authors David Wyman and Rafael Medoff discussed their book A Race Against Death: Peter Bergson, America and the Holocaust, published by The New Press. Through a 12-hour interview with Peter Bergson, the authors document the campaign led by Peter Bergson, a Zionist activist and American immigrant during World War II, to inform the U.S. Government, media establishment, and American public of Nazi violence against European Jews. The authors are joined in the discussion by fellow biographers David Nasaw and Blanche Wiesen-Cook.
Voyage of the Damned — Feature Film
Voyage of the Damned is a 1976 drama film, which was based on a 1974 book written by Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan-Witts with the same title. The story was inspired by true events concerning the fate of the MS St. Louis ocean liner carrying Jewish refugees from Germany to Cuba in 1939.10:16 am on September 26, 2020 Email Charles Burris
Here are ten shining examples of classic cinematic Americana that depict distant eras and fascinating characters from our historic past in a fictional manner, although some of the persons depicted are based very loosely on factual persons. They are Our Town, The Human Comedy, Tender Comrade, Hail the Conquering Hero, Keeper of the Flame, The Best Years of Our Lives, The Devil and Daniel Webster, Meet John Doe, Judge Priest, and Young Mr. Lincoln.
Each movie is emotionally very powerful, superbly acted and entertaining, and deals with complicated dramatic stories that focus upon challenging elements deep within the human condition.9:45 pm on September 25, 2020 Email Charles Burris
I had this entire set in my glorious, halcyon youth.
JFK was still alive and we were not fully engaged in Vietnam.
And yes, that’s Otis, the Mayberry town drunk from the Andy Griffith Show.4:47 pm on September 25, 2020 Email Charles Burris
…mixed-martial arts legend Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone revealed that he refused orders to wear a mask on national television …
Cerrone holds a staggering number of UFC [Ultimate Fighting Championship] records across his 33-fight career with promotion, including most wins, most finishes, most knockdowns, most post-fight bonuses, and most head kick knockouts in UFC history. …
I don’t even know what a “head kick knockout” is, nor whether our hero dealt or suffered them, but it sounds pretty bad—far worse than an alleged illness so innocuous victims must undergo testing to learn whether they’re infected.
Cerrone was asked to offer his thoughts on fighting without a crowd because of COVID-19 restrictions. He responded, ‘I mean, as soon as the election’s over I’m sure that will be right back to normal so we should be good to go.”
I have never heard of Mr. Cerrone or his sport and know nothing about either. But if he did indeed receive rather than inflict those “head kick knockouts” and still has the brains to realize the COVID Con is totally political, well, what excuse do all the Masked Morons who’ve never endured a single “knockout” proffer?
A journalist then asked Cerrone to elaborate further on his thoughts about the COVID-19 lockdown, and whether he thought there was a politically motivated overreaction.
“Yeah, super overreaction.”
Ditto on my last comment.
“Where I live out in New Mexico, my life hasn’t changed at all, man. We go the store, I don’t wear mask, we’re all quarantined on the ranch because it’s just the way we live but, out here like, when we were walking in they were like, ‘Put your mask on’ and I was like, ‘Hell no, I don’t stand for that sh*t,’ I’m not gonna wear a mask on TV. I don’t wear one anyway,” Cerrone said.
Every once in a great while, I pass a man in a fur coat on the wintry streets of Manhattan, and I laugh every time. What a wuss! Except for trappers in the Old West, mink looks girly and ridiculous on a guy.
Likewise, gentlemen, unless you’re striving for the feminine look, eschew muzzles.
Thanks to Bill Martin for sending Mr. Cerrone’s words of wisdom.12:36 pm on September 25, 2020 Email Becky Akers
Instead of labeling the dead Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a despicable far-left enemy of the Constitution, I have noticed that some libertarians are praising her for her horrible decision in the recent Supreme Court case that ruled that discrimination on the basis of sex in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 includes sexual orientation and gender identity. My analysis of the case (actually three cases), criticism of the Civil Rights Act, and critique of anti-discrimination laws should be re-read by those who are confused.12:15 pm on September 25, 2020 Email Laurence M. Vance
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Thanks to the wonderful Robert Wenzel’s Target Liberty site for providing this superb information. This video was originally an extensive Cotto-Gottfried interview with attorney Robert Barnes, who has an absolutely brilliant authoritative command of the history of electoral politics in American history from a class/cultural perspective. Somehow the original video interview went dark but Wenzel was able to capture the essential portions for viewers on his website. There are two must watch segments. You will profit and learn more from these two segments than from virtually anything else you have ever seen on why people vote as they do. I have a degree in political science and have focused for fifty years on this particular subject area and his exposition is the most substantive and amazing I have ever encountered.
Not his best interview, but much better at 4:05 on. Anglophone countries (U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand) have gone COVID crazy while continental Europe has been a little better of late (according to him).
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A Canadian mother, who has “studied the principles of natural law,” and who is “clear that the inherent freedom of choice of every individual is the ultimate foundation of life on Earth” put that philosophy into action when she “obtained a conscientious exemption from mask-wearing at school” for her son. Yep, this feat required Herculean effort and even more persistence. But she offers other parents a step-by-step guide to success.
Thanks to Vinnie Terranova for sending this story.4:46 pm on September 24, 2020 Email Becky Akers
I know you are out there because you have written to me on numerous occasions over the years, sometimes to complain about something I said about the police, but usually to say that you were a liberty-loving cop who was doing the best he could to be a peace officer instead of a police officer. I have met some of you at various speaking engagements over the years. I appreciate your efforts.
To you liberty-loving cops I say watch this video of police in Ohio arresting a woman for not wearing a mask while sitting outside at a football game. Perhaps you have seen other videos of cops chasing people off a beach or out of a park. It is time to draw a line in the sand and make up your mind what you are going to do in a situation like that in Ohio. Will you risk losing your job by not arresting people for not wearing masks or will you say you are just following orders when you handcuff them, arrest them, drag them to your car, drive them to the police station, and lock them in a cage for not wearing a mask? For years now you have been arresting people for possessing drugs because you are just following orders even though you tell me that you oppose the drug war. Are you going to do the same when it comes to masks? Will you get fired or resign your position over the mask issue? I know it is a tough decision. As a Christian, I have had to quit more than one job in my life because of unethical things that were being done and that I was being pressured to do. So to liberty-loving cops I say: If you live in a fascist area of the country that has a radical mask requirement, why don’t you consider resigning and becoming a cop somewhere else like in South Dakota or in Georgia (apart from the Atlanta and Savannah areas)?
And hey Republicans in Ohio, those of you who campaigned for Republican Mike DeWine because we dare not get an evil Democrat elected governor in Ohio, how do you feel about DeWine now?12:10 pm on September 24, 2020 Email Laurence M. Vance
What we have been seeing played out on the streets of America, particularly in large Blue State metropolitan areas and dense urban cities is classic planned chaos and the “Strategy of Tension.” Unable to dislodge Donald Trump by the Russiagate hoax or the malicious soft coup impeachment process, his sworn enemies, using COVID-19 as their pretext, have turned to the destruction of the economy by repressive lockdowns, creating mass unemployment and annihilation of small businesses, thus fracturing civil society. Thus the Democrats, seditious elements the deep state, and their complacent, compliant regime media pawns, have turned to an age-old psy/war strategy to be wielded as an ax against the president, insidiously using the weaponized corpse of George Floyd as the new rationale for these riots and insurrections.
Historically there has been a symbiotic correlation relationship between agent provocateur groups, infiltration by police informers, and the counter-terrorism forces of the deep state. The repressive security state has molded and used such witting (or unwitting) terrorist pawns or drones in covert activities to create a “strategy of tension” to instill fear and consolidate repressive power and control which would enhance strident calls for more intense police repression and clandestine surveillance of its subject general population.
This is the post-November 3rd strategic scenario outlined by the brilliant investigative journalist/political analyst Whitney Webb in the top video interview.
With countless decades of real-world experience and clinical research in fomenting “Color Revolutions,” masters of psychological warfare and mind control, expert manipulators and programmers of cult-like behavior, recruit those alienated arrested development post-adolescents and anti-social disillusioned vicarious thrill seekers who fit a susceptible psychological profile matrix and who relish vandalism, violence and destruction as a means of striking out at a world beyond the control of their misshapened lives. An ideological construct of direct action “anarchism” or “propaganda by the deed” is put forth as a purported justification for their aberrant thug-like terrorist behavior. These trained cadres are then deployed to foment chaos and insurrection.3:48 am on September 24, 2020 Email Charles Burris