July 02, 2022

Americans Have to Pay for the New Liberal Order

Timothy Birdnow

Biden's economic adviser Brian Deese tells Americans to suck it up over high gas prices as it's the price we have to pay for the New World Order.

The Daily Mail dishes:

US families should suffer high gas prices to protect 'the liberal world order', Biden's economic advisor Brian Deese says when asked what he would say to Americans who can't afford $4.85 a gallon

  • 'What do you say to those families that say, 'listen, we can't afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years?' the advisor was asked
  • 'This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm,' he replied
  • 'You have a president and an administration that is going to do everything in its power to blunt those price increases and bring those prices down,' he added
  • Republicans said Deese's comments prove the administration is out of touch
  • Biden said on Thursday that drivers should be expected to pay 'premium' for gas prices for 'as long as it takes'
  • The U.S. cut off all Russian gas after Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, and the European Union followed suit, driving up gas and energy prices the world over
  • After breaching $5 a gallon for the first time ever, gas prices have fallen back to an average of $4.84 as of Friday

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About Catholic Missionaries

This from Tony Esolen

So Santa Clara University is discussing what to do about their statue of Saint Junipero Serra. The usual suspects want it down.

I have read a terrific and thoroughly researched description of what the California mission fathers did for the local natives, and how the missions went to smash after the Mexican War. The author was Helen Hunt Jackson, who went on to write A Century of Disgrace, a book detailing, treaty by treaty, folly by folly, cruelty by cruelty, the US government's bad treatment of the Indians in her time and the decades before. Mrs. Jackson went in person to visit the ruins of the missions, and to speak to the old people who remembered what life was like there. And we also have the letters and the chronicles of the fathers themselves, including accounts for herds, acres in grain, production of oil and wine, et cetera.

The fathers wrought an economic and social miracle. Those natives they reached in the yet untilled land of southwestern California were eating lizards when the fathers got there, having been brutalized by the stronger tribes nearby. In a stunningly short time, those natives were richer in material goods than anybody west of the Mississippi. They became herdsmen, tanners, and weavers. They became farmers and vintners. They became carpenters and masons, blacksmiths and coppersmiths. They became artists and musicians. Their sons learned to read. Some of them became priests. The missions were rich and successful; then came the war, and the takeover of mission lands by the US government.

Absolutely NOTHING that the secular state has done for the Indians comes within a hundred miles of what the fathers did. Absolutely nothing that Santa Clara University even pretends to do, with all the resources at their disposal, comes within a hundred miles of what a few priests did, with nothing but their faith, some flocks, and some seed.

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So Very Good at It

Maurizio Morabito

US Presidents like to increase their gas prices at first...however

some are very, very, very good at it.
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Jon Voight Calls for Biden Impeachment

Timothy Birdnow

From Newsmax:

'GET HIM OUT': Jon Voight called for the impeachment of President Biden in a bold social media message this week: https://bit.ly/3uhHh89

Don't he have a purty mouth!

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Letter To the Military Academies

Christopher Lee sends this our way:

https://justthenews.com/government/security/west-point-graduates-sign-letter-challenging-leadership-military-academy?fbclid=IwAR1xmCeue5Fk1kxVBZEMuj9Z8qX_YAJpU-Ln2ve9Vxksx_9aZiI-SfBOqs8




"The signees, who include a number of military officers, say they have witnessed and been informed of a modern rejection of the principles of the military academy that could ultimately endanger the institution's core and original mission to "educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country and prepared for a career or professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in the United States Army."”

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Unvaccinated People With Natural Immunity Are Safer. Depriving Covid-19 Patients Of Ivermectin Treatment Cost Suffering And Lives

James Doogue

Research has shown unvaccinated people who gained natural immunity were far better protected against getting Covid-19, and against serious Covid-19.

Australia has largely abandoned its vaccine mandates.

There has been no apology to those who lost their jobs for refusing to be jabbed, or who lost their lives, or their good health, following vaccination.

Not only has Australia wasted billions of dollars on lockdowns, it has damaged the health of the vast majority of Australians [due to vaccine mandates] by making them more vulnerable to infection with Covid.

An Israeli study of 5.7 million people, published in the New England Journal of Medicine in June, shows that unvaccinated people who gained immunity through infection, were far better protected from Covid than people who were double vaccinated. And ......it showed that unvaccinated people with natural immunity were also better protected from severe Covid.

It might also explain why excess mortality continues to run at a record high. Excess deaths in March were still almost 10 per cent above the historical baseline and deaths for the first three months of the year were 17.5 per cent higher than the historical average.

This spectacular public health failure was undoubtedly exacerbated by the failure to heed the lessons of early treatment of Covid-19. This time last year, on 26 June, NSW entered its long Delta lockdown. At that time, India was just emerging from its Delta spike. On 26 June 2021, Covid deaths in India were 284 per million, while in Australia they were only 35 per million. A year later on 26 June, deaths per million in Australia and India are identical – 376 per million. What happened?

A year ago, health officials in Uttar Pradesh, the most populous state in India, with 240 million inhabitants, advised that they were using a multi-drug cocktail of repurposed medications including ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid with astonishing success. From a peak of 34,455 on 29 April, cases plunged to 178 on 26 June. A year later there is an average of one death per day.

The contrast with Australia could not be more stark. Australia’s public health officers weren’t content simply to disregard the evidence of Uttar Pradesh’s success with a multi-drug therapy that included ivermectin, the TGA went further than any other country in the world and on 10 September 2021 banned the use of ivermectin for the treatment of Covid.

How many people suffered unduly or died, simply because our TGA banned the safe, effective use of multi-drug treatment of Covid-19 cases including with Ivermectin?

https://spectator.com.au/2022/07/vanishing-vaccine-mandates/

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The Lie of "Fossil Fuel"

Timothy Birdnow

Fuel me once shame on you, fuel me twice shame on me! Sadly, too many people have always believed in peak oil because they have heard it over and over. But wells often refill over time, something we would nto expect if oil was a limited commodity.

This courtesy of cindy Schumacher:

Every time you hear the term 'fossil fuel' on the TV, radio, news etc, you're being lied to.
In 1892, at the Geneva Convention, the smartest man in the oil industry J.D. Rockefeller paid scientists to call oil a 'fossil fuel' to induce the idea of scarcity, in order to set a 'world price for oil'. The truth is that oil is actually the second-most prevalent liquid on earth next to water, and regenerates within the earth faster than it can ever be deleted.
Fuel was free once. Rothschild and BlackRock blamed miners strike on fuel shortages to scam people into paying for it.
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@Ezra_Cohen

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What's in a Word?

From P. Andrew Sandlin:

Sorry, you don’t get to choose your personal pronouns. Your personal pronouns choose you.

At conception, your pronouns were set for life. Changing your pronouns won’t change your sex.

E. Calvin Beisner adds:

The God-breathed Scripture, in both Hebrew and Greek, also uses the generic masculine. Those who think it's wrong accuse God of wrong. The use reflects the creation order in which Adam was created before Eve and was the federal head of the whole human race.

Tim adds:

What is the purpose of words? They are sounds used to describe reality and transmit information. There is no other real purpose. Even the most sunjective, emotional word usage is still about accurately describing reality - how you feel. So this is entirely correct; personal pronouns choose you, because they are describinm a reality you may or may not like. Just because you don't like it doesn't make it inaccurate. I don't like a lot of things; racism, communism, pedophilia, etc. but I can hardly change them by changing the words I use to describe them. We all know what I mean by each and every one of those words, because they have a set meaning. Making words relative is an act of the insane. Humpty Dumpty did that, if you recall. And societies do that to cover up reality. Confucious said to restore a nation you must first true the langauage; apparently ancient China had problems with twisting the meaning of words all the way back then. But Nature is true, and God is the author of Nature and He most certainly is true and honest. Anything less is in the service of evil and Satan, quite frankly.

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Goldberg Beclowns Himself

C. Gregg Carroll

Jonah Goldberg over at The Dispatch might look beyond the immediate and sensational Jan. 6 Hollywood show at the Pelosi House. "Here's the problem with this,” he Tweets. "I don't care what the committee members say. It's the witnesses stupid. They've mostly been Republicans as well as Trump aides, Trump voters, and Trump relatives. Blather about the "Marxist Dems" all you like. What about Barr's testimony?”

Goldberg would do well to remember that Joe McCarthy found plenty of alleged Communist sympathizers to demonize and serve as witnesses against their alleged fellow Communists in much the same way as the mainstream media and Democrats—but I repeat myself—are now using alleged conservatives to demonize their fellow conservative citizens no matter how tangentially those citizens might be associated with the riot.


To, adds:

And what of the witnesses they DIDN'T call? Does Goldberg not think they chose and managed that witness list carefully? They wouldn't let anyone on the committee except Trump haters. It's easy to find people who would be willing to testify against Trump - either disgruntled employees or ambitious people who figure this will promote the future in D.C. Like that aid who had a second cousin who had a girlfriend whose brother in law said Trump tried to grab the steering wheel...

Mr. Goldberg himself is proof of the folly of this. He led the NeverTrump attack squandron at National Review, and has done everything in his power to backstab and destroy the President. He is a Republican and ostensible conservative.

I don't know if he'd lie in the Committee, but he certainly bore Mr. Trump no good will.

How many Republicans turned on George W. Bush? I remember quite a few, and that in an era of far less acrimony and cutthroat politics.

Goldberg has thrown away any credibility he once had, if you ask me.

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Worst Heat Wave Ever? Hardly

Anthony Watts:

The next time somebody tries to tell you we are living in the "worst heat wave ever", show them this analysis where I take down the claims of Texas-sized "climate scientist."

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Supervolcano in Antarctica?

Timothy Birdnow

Vedddy Eeenterestink!

Nasa Discovers Mantle Plume Almost as Hot as Yellowstone that's Melting Antarctica from Below

The absolutely destroys AGW claims that Antarctica is melting because of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

And if true it's a disturbing thought; a supervoclcanic event has largely wiped life from this planet before.

250 million years ago the "Great Dying" of the Permian Triassic saw most life wiped from the Earth. It was far worse than the asteroid strike which killed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. It was caused not by a space rock but by a supervolcano erupting in Siberia over a period of years. It blotted the skies, poisoned the air and water, and made life nearly impossible.

It killed between 90 and 95% of all life on Earth.

So if we have a supervolcano in Antarctica melting the enormous ice sheet, and if it breaks out and erupts into the atmosphere, we are in big, big trouble. Not only is most of the worlds' ice tied up in the sheets of Antarctica, and thus sea levels will rise by an estimated 190 feet, completely inundating low-lying and even mid-lying land masses worldwide.

Of course, that is the absolute worst-case scenario. More likely this is a normal cyclical phenomenon and may lead to some ice melt in down there and maybe even some outgassing but little more than that.

Or not. It's happened in the past and it could happen again.

In the year 536 Icelandic volcanoes erupted, leading to the "year of darkness" in Europe and having lasting affects until 555. It destroyed the Irish civilization, which was as advanced as anybody at the time but wound up being a barbaric clan culture afterward. There was no tree ring growth at all in Ireland for three years - meaning near total darkness the entire time.

The affects could be seen as far away as Constantinople.

Is it any wonder the receding Roman empire completely fell apart by then? Or that barbarians were able to pillage at will?

That was a small eruption next to the one in Siberia at the Permian Triassic.

So who knows? It will probably not come to it, but at some point it will come to it. We live in a precarious world and are at the whims of fate much more than we realize. We like to think ourselves so powerful and wise, but one supervolcano, or major asteroid or comet strike, or giant solar flare, would lay us out flat.

That's when people turn to God. I would recommend we do that before Antarctica goes boom.

At any rate, the safest course of action is to settle the rest of the solar system, spreading out so a planetwide disaster doesn't strike everyone. But people are more interested in getting welfare checks and playing their stupid games (like Angry Birds or whatnot) than in planning for our fuure and pioneering new worlds. We aren't the same men who crossed the Atlantic.

A weak and corrupt Roman society was pushned into final extinction by one volcano in Iceland. How much worse will it be for us?

And we may help it along with nuclear weapons and biological agents and God only knows what else.

Maybe we've run our course? I'm sure the dinosaurs saw themselves as lords of creation too.

Or maybe God will just have had enough. If the Book of Genesis is any indicator, He did so once before.


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Inflation in Britain

John Lees

I buy whey powder, and I've noticed a very sudden surge in prices during this era of inflation. I just happened to be looking up a whey product and chanced across this graph of the prices in Europe.
This is stunning. Over little more than a year the price has very nearly doubled.
But isn't this the impact of the war in Ukraine?
I've marked the start of the war in Ukraine with a red mark.
So, as with many other illustrations of post stimulus inflation, the inflation mostly preceded the invasion.
Therefore, it is very hard to explain how an invasion caused a phenomenon which began a year earlier.

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Tim adds:

In the last two years the U.S. Federal Reserve has exploded the money supply. Since everyone else tags their currency to the U.S. dollar everyone else's money has inflated too. It's basic economics (unless you are a Keynsian dingdong). I don't blame it on Joe Biden, although he wants to blow through trillions more yet. It's the Federal Reserve doing this. Yes, the pandemic was the justification, but the Fed had been expanding the money supply since the Bush Admiinistration and especially during the Obama years. It is exactly what they did in the 1920's. And, as in the '20's, they are now trying to cut the supply of money. That led to the Great Depression last time.

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July 01, 2022

Baby Wooley Mammoth Found

Timothy Birdnow

An entire baby Wooly Mammoth was discovered recently in Canada. Found in permafrost in north-west Canada, in the Klondike area of the Yukon Territory, the elephantine icecycle is the first such found in north America, and is more than 30,000 years of age (even older than Joe Biden).

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/frozen-whole-baby-woolly-mammoth-yukon-gold-fields-1.6501128?fbclid=IwAR17cGl885NQxWpMx3x6Ud_xSd3qIz4cuO7OkUeDvmXkLQMRDtZigxrUS4A

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Another Food Processor Closes

Warner Todd Huston

Another Food Processing Plant Closes Amid Potential Food Shortages, Over 200 Jobs Gone

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A Chill in the Air

Roy Spencer

UAH satellite-based global temperature update for June, 2022: +0.06 deg. C above the 30-year average. Tropics stand at -0.36 deg. C, the coolest month in over 10 years, and the coolest June in 22 years. https://www.drroyspencer.com/2022/07/uah-global-temperature-update-for-june-2022-0-06-deg-c/

Tim adds:

UAH satellite-based global temperature update for June, 2022: +0.06 deg. C above the 30-year average. Tropics stand at -0.36 deg. C, the coolest month in over 10 years, and the coolest June in 22 years. https://www.drroyspencer.com/2022/07/uah-global-temperature-update-for-june-2022-0-06-deg-c/

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SCOTUS Reins in EPA

Timothy Birdnow

SCOTUS limits the EPA's power to squeeze energy.

Supreme Court Limits EPA's Power to Regulate Power Plants' Greenhouse Gas Emissions




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Peak Oil Peaked

This from Gerry McGuire:

"By the year 2000, if present trends continue, we will be using up crude oil at such a rate…that there won’t be any more crude oil.”

—Kenneth Watt, ecologist, 1970

David Ball throws in his 2c:

I think Freeman Dyson is correct. Oil is abiotic

Tim adds:

No question in my mind. Wells refil in many cases over time. I would add if Saturn's moon Titan is chock full of hydrocarbons, then why is it so strange to believe they are abiotic when found on Earth? https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/cassini/media/cassini-20080213.html Seems to me this is something that should at least be explored by scientists. But many of them desperately cling to the "dead dynosaur' theory because it screws up a lot of what they have always believed - and want others to believe.

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Stock Markets Nosediving

Nikki Grace

JUST IN - S&P 500 down 21% in H1, posts worst return since 1970.

Nasdaq 100 finished the first half down -30%, most since 2002

Tim adds:

This was inevitable when the Fed started cutting the money supply to control inflation. Inflation favors the stock market. Deflation favors bonds and other shelters.

We may well be entering a period of stagflation. IF inflation continues to rise and the market goes down we will have achieved equality with Jimmy Carter's economic malaise.

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June 30, 2022

End of Roe Restores Precedent

Selwyn Duke

Thought of the Day:

Though "precedent" shouldn't be a guide for judges (the Constitution must be), note that aborting Roe v Wade absolutely accords with precedent. After all, abortion had been a state matter for 184 years prior to Roe, which was conjured up out of thin air.

John M. Hill replies:

Federal laws always Trump state laws. Roe v Wade was brought against Texas. The case was brought to legalize abortion in states and to never discriminate against women’s rights to make a choice the Judges interpreted the 14th amendment so they used the Constitution as precedent not their biases

Selwyn retorts:

That's incorrect, John, but a common misconception. Federal laws do NOT always trump state laws. The Supremacy Clause states that federal laws made "in pursuance of" the Constitution are supreme. People tend to forget those three words. In other words, unconstitutional federal laws are without merit.


And Tim adds:

Selwyn is exactly right. There is Federalism which says that states are coequal with the Federal government in terms of power. I would direct you to the Tenth Amendment which vests all power in the States or the People except those specifically enumerated in the Constitution. Abortion isn't enumerated in the Constitution.

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

The Tenth Amendment makes it clear abortion is a state matter and not a Federal one.

BTW the Supremacy Clause only applies where there is an open conflict between state and federal law - Constitutional Federal law. That means it must fall within the enumerated powers. Read Article I Section 8 of the Constitution if you are confused as to what powers the Constitution grants the Federal government.

Abortion isn't one of them.

On the other hand, the baby is being denied the right to life and given no due process. There is no hearing before an abortion. No lawyer defending the child's right to exist.

Who is violating the Constitution?

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The Real Rulers

Dallas Stephens

Bubba's always amazed at how few of us pay attention to things, or care enough to unpeel the layers of BS to get to the bottom of what actually causes most things to happen. Then again, Bubba can't understand why some people eat cooked cabbage. At any rate, this latest message from Bob Livingston at Personal Liberty is worth a read to those who wonder how the country has drifted so far off of the tracks.

Americans have been subjected to a state-sponsored socialist, altruistic, collectivist social and educational system for too long. Not enough people are aware that it is happening, but that is changing.

The purpose of all the propaganda is to diminish the individual, vilify independent thinkers and glorify the collectivist mind (mentality) which can be esoterically swayed, directed and channeled against the best interests of the individual.

The virtue and sanctity of the individual person and ego are anathemas to the state. You must realize this in order to wake up and realize you are on the Animal Farm — and effect your escape.

What does the propaganda on today's American Animal farm all mean? It means developing a state of mind that gives ones' self and production to the state. Each individual, in order to be a good citizen of the state, must contribute most of his means and be grateful for the services the state returns — whether they are necessary or useful or not.

All money must flow through the state. All authority must flow through the state (as evidenced by the power grabs most governors have not been able to resist). But, all people must be rendered ignorant of what is best for everyone, and be so befuddled and cowed by their education that they accept that what's best for the elites is best for them, even though the truth is exactly the opposite.

The Federal Reserve and its status is a perfect example. This criminal enterprise has been looting the savings and investments of Americans for the benefit of a privileged elite class. Yet we have been "educated" to believe that the Fed protects us, and is there to save our economy and improve it.

Deep State actors and Fed power

Very few people truly understand the truth, even though I and others have been saying it for many years while enduring ridicule and disdain all the while, including Ron Paul, who is no longer in congress, and Bernie Sanders, who was quickly and (according to leaked e-mails) illegally drubbed out of the previous presidential race against Hillary Clinton. He had announced his intention in The New York Times to reform the Fed, even though he mistakenly thinks it was created to serve Americans. Even so, not long after, his campaign that had been growing in popularity was squashed.

Jim Quinn on his The Burning Platform blog said very eloquently what I have been writing about for years:

The unseen government behind the curtain represents the Deep State. This hybrid association of key players from Wall Street, Silicon Valley, mega-corporatio ns, the corporate media, Madison Avenue, the Federal Reserve, shadowy billionaires, and bought off politician hacks, effectively governs the United States with little or no consent of the governed. It's they who pull the wires directing the public mind. It's they who choose your leaders. It's they who reap the economic benefits of financial, trade, and tax legislation.

It's they who are saved by their puppets at the Federal Reserve when one of their financial fraud schemes blows up the world. It's they who control the currency, using it to pillage the wealth of the nation and subjugating the peasants to debt, inflation and squalor. These demagogues promote nonsensical economic policies and solutions designed to mislead an intellectually lazy, iGadget distracted populace into voting for their hand-picked candidate.

The elites don't go for Hail Marys; therefore you must become aware that there is only the illusion of choice in things that matter. Anti-war candidates out, pro-eternal war candidates in.

Donald Trump is fine with the war on terror forever and Joe Biden has never met a war he didn't support. More proof that politics in America is not a party system. It is instead a repetitive and insulting process of pacifying the national will with the illusion of freedom and political choices.

The Deep State does things incrementally. Gradualism is its game. Its actors are patient, but insidious and determined liars. War is now peace, just as George Orwell predicted. War on terror, war on poverty, war on drugs, soon we will need a war on inflation to combat the effects of the countrywide shutdowns... as long as we are at war, Americans are happy because they feel something is being done. They think war makes them safe. What a world!

Meanwhile, the elites are delirious that they've managed to slowly elevate the Fed to the status of warriors fighting for Americans' recovery, despite the fact that the Fed is the engineer of the troubles we face. The Fed purports to "steer" the economy and right the ship when heavy weather threatens. This is pure hokum. It's no accident that the Fed's recent actions only had any benefit at all for the top 5 percent wealthiest Americans, who own 70 percent of the nation's financial assets, and most of the benefit went to the top .01 percent that owns 22 percent of the wealth and most of the political power.

I am not a class warrior. I am merely observing. The producers and savers built this country, and their savings and hard work are being stolen by the money creators. It is never un-American to tell the truth!

Gradualism is the key to understanding. As long as the process is gradual most people never wake up. Transfer authority a little bit at a time to an institution not controlled by the government or the people (the Fed is a private bank) and the few who do realize it's happening don't get upset as they just keep adjusting, thinking things aren't that bad, or that much different. They can't see the forest for the trees.

Human freedom is impossible until the people understand that politics under any label in the welfare state is the art of political persuasion to get the people to believe, to act, and to live against their best interest.

Still, within this oppression lies the seed of a bright future if we can see our way toward planting it. The fertile ground is that since the Fed has destroyed the purchasing value of the U.S. currency, there are signs that the reign of the Fed may be ending. Since "democracy" has usurped our constitutional republic, there are signs the people are fed up and want to throw the politicians out. Those who try to grab control of everything end up with nothing, and that is my hope for the Fed and slimy senators and congress-weasel s.

Almost anybody can see that in America, absolute values don't exist. Financial imbalances and debt creation have grown to impossible proportions. Social breakdown is just beneath the surface waiting for a trigger.

We are living on the edge of either the abyss, facing a financial crisis that is not understood by the public who is losing their life's savings through a transfer of wealth to Deep State actors, or a new day where Americans have decided enough is enough, and take back the country.

To accomplish this, we can no longer go from one illusion to another. Always in their imagination, the government can control any crisis through further crackdowns on our freedom.

We can't let them implement exchange, travel, wage, price, and credit controls. We can't surrender everything for what we imagine to be more 'safety.'

You have to avoid investing in "financialized" paper assets created in the minds of the central banks that have no basis in real value.

You must now be aware that disasters, as well as attacks and any number of actions by either foreign or domestic, can cause all manner of shortages and near-third-worl d conditions in a matter of days. Americans who were not prepared with supplies have been scrambling, lining up for food and supplies, many reduced to begging from the government and aid organizations. Prepare, prepare, prepare.

That means you must avoid making the same mistakes as most who think they are preparing properly. Look for my new guide soon that will show you how to prepare, and how to help others of like minds to prepare so that we can all thrive together, as the founders intended.

Privacy is paramount. Reject each gradual attempt to take it away. The push for a cashless society and living your life through your trackable, hackable "smart" phone are both pushed by the Deep State to have full control of your life.

It's the next phase of the privacy hit you took when the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) in 1994 made the nation's phone systems a big government wiretapping operation. It's beyond the spuriously named Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule was passed in 1996, where you couldn't opt-out of the database and your health records were open to be shared and the latest step past The USA PATRIOT Act required FinCEN to establish a sinister system that allows government snoops to have real-time access to your information and to what you're doing.

There are drones, traffic cameras, license plate cameras (these are even on school buses), school DNA tests, website tracking... and now they want "contact tracing." Can you shield your license plate? Yes, but odds are they have it already. Can you use money orders to send cash? Sure, but surveillance cameras are watching. Can you use TOR and a VPN to hide your online identity? The NSA has hacked into TOR...

The best I can tell you is to be aware of how connected you are, and who can see what you are doing. Keep as low a profile as possible. If you join a social network, withhold as much information as possible. Don't get a post office box, and stick with UPS and FedEx for shipping. Be careful about your phone number, your social security number, your driver's license number, the RFID tags in the products you buy and the ones in gift cards. Protect your computer's IP address and secure your Wi-Fi and encrypt your e-mails. It's a lot, but until the seed of revolution against the Deep State sprouts, it's important to be aware of what you can do to act in your best interests, not theirs.

Yours for the truth,

Bob Livingston
Editor, The Bob Livingston Letter®


Tim adds:

He's right. The fact is they use mulitiple distractions to keep people's minds occupied. This includes the political wars, which make people think there is a real opposition to all this but in reality it is just a show. The Jan. 6 Commission is a prime example; it's purpose is to gin up anger and resentment and get people chasing the will-o-the-wisp and not seeing what they are doing. It's a magicians trick; follow the wand and ignore the hand. But that hand will keep sliding things in as we are distracted. This has worked for over a hundred years now, and with modern technology it is unstoppable. Yes, there are signs the public is losing patience (and this has happened before, forcing these people to pull back slightly, but they never retreat.) They have the vision of the anointed, a utopia run by a technocracy to their benefit. The public is but the labor class, the cannon fodder for the New World Order. I actually think many of these people really believe in what they are doing. Yes, they stand to profit from it, but many of them do not believe in God or in any sort of justice in the hereafter and think it is up to them to "save" mankind. To do that they must lead us "out of ignorance". Sadly, they are the blind ones. Blinded by pride and hubris they think themselves gods, and are no different from any other tyrant except they are more polished.

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