There was a lot to be learned in 2018 if one was paying attention. Here’s a few observations that we can learn from to use in 2019.
The Programming Runs Deep
People really can be programmed. The more someone listens to the mainstream media news, or talk shows, or Netflix, or a variety of other narrative-approved sources, the stronger the connection. Scott Adams likens it to two movies on the same screen. Essentially people’s opinions and thoughts can be altered by the information they allow to feed into their brains. This sounds obvious on the surface. But the level of control and the amount of control is scary. Social engineering. This has been known for a long time. Check out Edward Bernays and the Art of Public Manipulation.
It starts small. Maybe it’s an innocuous image or two of a multi-racial family in a print ad or TV commercial. Innocent in and of itself until you realize what they’re trying to do. Or maybe it’s a slight change of lettering or wording. The Berenstain Bears instead of the Berenstein Bears. Or inventing terms like Judeo-Christian. Or how about using Google vs Bing for your search results. If you can accept that maybe there is a deeper, darker, more sinister objective to these types of seemingly innocent things you can begin to see what is going on.
This has gone on for years. It is not a new phenomena. But it has hit a tipping point with many people. Changes are happening faster over a shorter time period now. Heck, look at Democratic talking points from 2018 vs 2008. A 2008 Democrat was very anti-war. Now they are mad President Trump is pulling out of an illegal war in Syria. Once they were for the “little guy”. Now they are all about big corporation funding. A fence/wall, which they were all for in 2006 and 2013, is all of a sudden now the hill they’re willing to die on. Most Democrats weren’t for gay marriage until about 10 years ago either. Nor were they for illegal immigration.
All this is to say to be careful about what you watch and what you allow your loved ones to watch. They do not report the news in an unbiased manner. They have an agenda. Look up who owns the NY Times or the Washington Post. Do you really think these billionaires don’t have an ulterior motive other than presenting the news and facts as they are? Of course not. It’ll only get worse. And the inversion of our values will only get worse.
For better or worse, it’s made me question a lot of the things I once took for granted. We’ll get into this more later this year but even things like the moon landing are now questionable events that I once took for undisputed truth. You will never go wrong by pursuing the truth. You may get led down dark paths and discover things you never wanted to know, but this is ALWAYS preferable to lying to yourself. Once you lie to yourself you can rationalize all sorts of evil and undesirable behavior and actions.
Evil is Real
This ties in a bit with the first point. True evil does exist out there. We’ve spoken about the rampant pedophelia problem in DC and Hollywood. One of the ways the Cabal controls people is through blackmail. Subscribe to Owen Benjamin if you want a rational, down to Earth view of the dark, sinister shit that goes on in these circles. He was in these circles but couldn’t give in to the evil that necessarily seems to go along with making it “big” in Hollywood or DC.
Evil is real. Sometimes it’s easier to spot evil than it is to spot good. For me, I began to really notice and take seriously true evil around the time of Pizzagate. That link is a pretty good starting point. Check out neonrevolt.com and crazydaysandnights.net to go down that rabbit hole a little bit more. It is not for the faint of heart. If you can accept that evil is a real thing then you are on the path to truth. It has rejuvenated my interest in Christianity, something I took for granted but now realize how much it has shaped our civilization and we’ve all gotten a glimpse of what a post-Christian Western civilization world looks like without it. It is not pretty. If you can accept that true evil exists then that is a good starting point to seeing that truth and true good also exists. This is the path to Christ.
2018 saw an unprecedented amount of censorship and deplatforming. Dissident personalities like Alex Jones were rigorously ostracized and attacked for having views that did not fit with the accepted narrative. Alternative news sources and individuals were demonetized and deplatformed on Twitter and YouTube like never before. This is not an accident. They are trying to silence the voices of those who speak truth and offer alternative viewpoints to the thoughts and opinions they want you to think. “They” being the Master of the Universe aka Silicon Valley and their Deep State backers. The cat is out of the bag. This isn’t some tinfoil hat conspiracy theory anymore.
It’s a dangerous time to be a conservative in America. You can easily be doxxed and have your life ruined for sharing your opinions. I debated using a pseudonym or not when starting this site. It’s certainly a risk to use one’s real name these days. Be careful with what you post. Consider what is at stake and what you’re willing to risk to share your opinions. One should always post and profess the truth. Just be careful with whom and how you share the truth. It is not an even playing field out there.
2019 is going to be a good year. The pieces are in place to have the hammer drop on the swamp creatures in DC and Hollywood. Let’s learn from what happened in 2018 and continue to grow and adapt. The attacks that come at us will only make us stronger. Our arguments and positions are sharpened from all the criticism and vitriol. We are antifragile.