Radio prediction!

I always thought Jan Mickelson was a lame radio talk show host on WHO 1040. Smart as a whip but always pulled back from the edge. Wouldn’t “go there”. His replacement Jeff Angelo said, “You think he’s lame? Hold my beer!” I’ll go out on a limb here, I don’t see Angelo having a show on WHO January 1, 2022. A year and a half. He brings nothing. We’re at a pivotal moment in the nation’s history, and the best he can come up the past week with is whether or not the Hawkeyes should play football this fall.

One of the most devastating pandemics since 1917. Social revolution on par with 1968. A pivotal moment in time, we are deciding this moment whether government belongs to the people, or not (the rise of Trump). An Iowa incumbent Representative loses his primary. An incumbent Iowa Senator is trailing to the Democrat challenger. And Angelo is talking football?

But what do I know? KASI in Ames had Trent Rice talk to himself for 2 hours everyday for years! [The more I think about that example with KASI, it just boggles the mind. They absolutely wasted 2 hours a day for years. They didn’t have some “special insight”. They weren’t privy to some insider knowledge, that was just dumb.] Talk radio along with the internet have been the 2 big communication stories of the past 30 years. There is big money in it. The corporate decision in so many markets to go with substandard hosts is a headscratcher.

[Like I say, I understand talk radio addiction. Spinning your wheels, in the misguided thought that things would ever improve. But listen to someone like ‘Armstrong and Getty’ in this timeslot. Don’t reward stupidity.]

They don’t seem to be interested in this sex scandal

Usually a good sex scandal draws the media like nothing else. Think Stormy Daniels, Christine Blasey Ford, when the accused is a Republican. CNN had a parking spot for Stormy. They were 24/7 with her and the creepy porn lawyer. They also couldn’t get enough of Blasey Ford during the Kavanaugh hearings. But with Ghislaine Maxwell there seems to be a distinct lack of curiosity. “Conspiracy nuts” have known about all this for decades. The “Lolita Express”, “Fantasy Island”, Bill Clinton being besties with Jeffrey Epstein.

When everyone else catches up after 15 or 20 years, do they apologize for dismissing this all those years? Do they ever think, “Hey maybe we’ve been wrong about these other topics?” Its almost like they’re complicit in trying to cover it up all these years. No one really seems interested. Which is curious given the normally tabloid nature of the MSM. I’ve gotten to the point where I smell the MSM’s shit a mile away.

Fall of the Cabal

“Follow the money”. The world is full of examples, but the Covid-19 pandemic provides another. There’s no money in a 70 year old anti-malaria drug without a patent. If you’re going to make money off this crisis, you need a new drug. Remdesivir.

The video above is just an updated video of similar ones before it. Ones that have followed the money and show you what’s going on. Randomness is good. Randomness is freedom. World events for the most part have never been random.

“Parler is the strawman…. kind of like the Republican Party. A place where conservatives can go to spin their wheels and waste their energy, while the people in charge know NOTHING is ever going to happen. GOP is the foil, the dupe, the evil entity that Democrats have to have to get their people riled up. If the Republican Party didn’t exist, Democrats would have to invent it.”

Saving Private Property

The commando wore khakis.

All joking aside, even though the cops were no where to be found, this couple I will guarantee you will be made an example of. Not the people who broke the gate to come onto private property, but them for defending it. This is exactly what the 2nd Amendment is for. Without rule of law, yet they are going to use a perversion of that law to prosecute this couple.

FUBAR

“The long march through the institutions” – has been used to describe the inexorable and patient goal of communism. As evidenced by the quote above they have completely dominated and subverted American society. Using the takeoff on the picture below, it shows how much we’ve changed in 90 years. “Freedom” was never organized or had an agenda. Normal people just “are”. We never had a plan to subvert people to our way of thinking. Its not natural. Communists / progressives / socialists do.

Birchers and other people aware of this will tell you it started in the 1700s with Adam Weishaupt. The History Channel will tell you secret societies started 600 years earlier with the Knights Templar. Others will tell you it began at the time of Christ and the chalice of the Last Supper. Whatever the case it is inconceivable to me that most people cannot see there is some sort of organized plan to plug people into a “New World Order” (Carroll Quigley: “Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time”).

Do they really think George Soros is just a quirky old man dispensing unconnected billions of dollars? David Rockefeller told us what he was up to:

We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march toward a world government. . . .  The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.

Race as motivator:

“There is a certain class of race problem-solvers who don’t want the patient to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public.” Booker T. Washington

George Floyd. Race as a catalyst. “They’re attacking my tribe!” What better motivator is there? Freedom is never the motivator, more government, more control is the supposed answer to all the world’s problems. Government has never solved anything before, but now its going to be different? Do people not know governments have killed more of their own people than all the world’s wars combined?

Religion is the other great motivator: Islam. When you need to get people out on the streets in a violent fashion, race and religion are pretty good ways to do it. Islam blows things up and stabs people, but what exactly are they protesting? What is their list of grievances? How can we meet their demands so that things are all better?

[FUBAR stands for fucked up beyond all recognition. That pretty much sums up America, the world’s last hope for freedom.]

A house cat is taken care of. An outside cat will invariably have a shorter life, but is it also a better one?

Would they be treating right wingers this way?

There was another meme that said it in a different way. It said imagine what the reaction would be if it was a Democrat administration that had “right wing militias” taking over cities, might the reaction be slightly different? No kidding. Rush came up with a great insight as to why Trump doesn’t “call out the military” on the rioters. He said the generals are in open rebellion and likely wouldn’t follow his orders.

[As to the question, “Would they be treating right wingers this way?” The answer is no, they wouldn’t.]

November earthquake

Incumbent Representative (there’s actually no such thing as a “Congressman”) Steve King loses the primary to Randy Feenstra. Incumbent Senator Joni Ernst is trailing in the polls to challenger Theresa Greenfield. President Trump is trailing dementia patient Joe Biden by 14 points. Jedediah Grassley better thank his lucky stars he’s not up this year. I got the feeling a meteor is going to take out a lot of dinosaurs this year.

Perhaps the funniest thing about all this is I’m not sure how many people see it coming. Incumbents don’t lose in Iowa. Comrade Harkin could have been Senator for life, but he chose to walk away. Grassley is Senator for life. I don’t know if the Register sees it coming, I quit reading it 4 years ago. I’m pretty sure WHO radio’s 2 Wizards of talk don’t see it (Angelo & Conway). I think this will be as earth shaking as 2014 when House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost. THAT was a good year.

Trump’s going to be a 1 termer. I’ll stake my reputation as a political genius on that. A million new Mexican voters each year for 4 years. 24/7 bad press for the past 4 years. An economy in the tank. Racial unrest. And most importantly, he abandoned his base. He (with the help of a Republican Congress) didn’t advance 1 item he ran on in 2016. Ain’t no way he wins. As someone astutely pointed out, some of his Tweets show a person who no longer wants to be President.

So there you are. We’re left with this incredible situation where you can’t figure out if its more amazing that Joe Biden is the best the Democrats could come up with? Or that he could win?

[This paragraph below is from ThoughtCo.com. They give a little background on the Tea Party movement. They understand the Tea Party despises RINOs as much as Democrats. Which explains why the establishment just hated Sarah Palin.]

“When Palin joined the Republican ticket, people suddenly started attending rallies. McCain events had to be moved to larger venues. Rather than attracting hundreds of people like McCain had been doing, Palin was attracting thousands instead. Palin was hard-hitting, despite being seemingly restrained by the establishment. She gave one of the greatest convention speeches ever, where she hit out at Barack Obama and saw her popularity soar. She connected with people. And while she was eventually destroyed and rendered ineffective during the 2008 campaign, her ability to actually get thousands of people to rally for a cause would jump-start the future tea party movement, and she would eventually become the top draw at future tea party events nationwide.”

“The fundamental source of all your errors, sophisms and false reasonings is a total ignorance of the natural rights of mankind. Were you once to become acquainted with these, you could never entertain a thought, that all men are not, by nature, entitled to a parity of privileges. You would be convinced, that natural liberty is a gift of the beneficent Creator to the whole human race, and that civil liberty is founded in that; and cannot be wrested from any people, without the most manifest violation of justice.”
— Alexander Hamilton

“Let the laws be clear, uniform and precise;
to interpret laws is almost always to corrupt them.”
— Voltaire

The inability to adapt

Death by bureaucrat. When governments take on duties beyond their assigned scope, bad things happen. Every time there is a crisis the ineptness of bureaucrats rears their ugly head. I always think back to Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans Mayor Ray “School Bus” Nagin. People in I believe it was the ‘9th Ward’ needed to be evacuated. A fleet of 150 schools buses might have gone a long way in that endeavor wouldn’t it? Instead they sat there and became de facto submarines.

In the current crisis the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trump haters are willing to let people die rather then let them use Hydroxychloroquine combined with zinc and azithromycin. Completely irrational. This from the same group that told us at the beginning, “Oh you don’t need masks!” Another thing they haven’t adapted to is HIPAA. Keep your privacy about broken legs, brain tumors and lung cancer, but the ultra privacy of HIPAA doesn’t really work with communicable diseases, does it?

Yeah you have to adapt the patient’s rights, with stopping them from killing others. A pandemic is a different ballgame isn’t it? Privacy will get you killed. Its like allowing AIDS patients to have unprotected sex with others without telling them. Your privacy ends where my death begins, doesn’t it? Bureaucrats just don’t (can’t) adapt to new parameters.

But perhaps the most aggravating failure of bureaucrats, is their inability to adapt to the changing paradigm of firearm ownership. We are not the same country we were in 1968. We do not have the same people. Yet we live under this false dialectic that we live under the current firearm rules, or we ban them. And that’s the way we’re headed.

But bureaucrats are singularly incapable of change. The current system does not work. Its not “Do nothing vs Ban them”. There is a third way. Change the rules. The year is 2020. We have way deadlier weapons. Way deadlier people. The rules have to change. When things are killing people unless we change, then change!

Civil War II

One side has millions of guns and military veterans, the other side doesn’t know which bathroom to use.”

This video based on the analysis of a government assessment expert of insurrection is very interesting. One example he uses is the “yellow vest” movement in France, by people who aren’t even armed. He talks about the relatively small numbers of people needed to push a revolution. He talks about those unhappy as “Trump voters”. The number of ex-military who are Trump sympathizers. The overwhelming number of gunowners who are on the right.

He talks about the vulnerability of the ‘grid‘ and other infrastructure, that the government would be much more dependent on. What he glosses over is the power of the surveillance State we live in. They would know well in advance any plans revolutionaries might have. Communications and organization in his scenario are everything. Nullifying anything rebels might have planned.

Their advantage in weapons and tactics would be offset by as he puts it, the government’s ineffectiveness in fighting 4th Generation guerilla warfare. Plus in a Civil War scenario he foresees mass desertions from the military. One aspect I think he completely misses is the “pussy factor” shown by most police forces. They tend to shit their pants and run in the face of determined opposition. As he put it for the situation in Afghanistan, “A bunch of 90 IQ’s in flip-flops gave the US Military all they could handle.”

If you bottom line it, what he’s saying is that because of immigration numbers, the Right will never win another national election. Therefore their option is to suffer progressive/communist rule, or fight. What he advocates is “peaceful separation” as the only solution.

In an attempt to silence you

“This is why political correctness, or Cultural Marxism,… lends itself so fashionably to easy labels. Transphobic, homophobic, xenophobic, racist, bigoted, Uncle Tom, white privilege, mansplaining. All of these are slapped on people with “politically incorrect” opinions in an attempt to silence you. Hate speech is inextricably tied to political correctness, or Cultural Marxism, and that creates intellectual conformity — or intellectual authoritarianism. And that’s where you start to see things like “safe spaces” or “trigger warnings” or speakers banned from campus, or people with unpopular opinions banned from social media.”
— Steven Crowder
http://libertytree.ca/quotes/Steven.Crowder.Quote.49F8

[The few times I was aware of Crowder at all I wasn’t that impressed. This quote however is a very good one. This technique of the Cultural Marxists has been absolutely devastating to those who value freedom. They essentially have “won” the debate. If you disagree with them, you instantly become a ‘hater’ or a ‘denier’. Reason goes out the window. They wouldn’t be able to do this without their echo chamber, the media. But when you have everyone repeating the company line it makes people nervous to go against the tide. Most people are beaten into submission. Their takeover of academia and the media was brilliant. Hollywood. The power of propaganda is overwhelming.]

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