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Generational Time Bomb
Looking back on this nation, it’s clear we have been herded like sheep through the centuries, rich people buying off universities and studies. Rockefeller convinced everyone that oil was caused by dinosaurs and therefore extremely finite to make it more valuable, then started using it to make fertilizer and pharmaceuticals that do nothing to treat diseases, but rather symptoms of those diseases.
In the days of three channels, all news scheduled at the same hour, so they could control the message; when newspapers were read with great dedication; when books were discussed as a normal part of human interaction, the ability to marshal the national conscience was much greater than today and yet, there was not the ability for the government to control the people, because while they took in all of this information through common portals, relied on largely the same information, the people were capable of individual discernment and rational assessment of that information.
The Warren Commission had to be empaneled to try and control the rumors of several gunmen involved in the Kennedy assassination. The term “conspiracy theorist” had to be invented to use as a weapon against the truth they were trying to hide. This at a time when there was no internet, no means of communicating thoughts beyond one’s own tribe or locality. In order to talk to someone at a long distance, one had to know their phone number, had to pay extra to make the phone call. Yet, the truth still bubbled to the surface and had to be smashed to the ground, obliterated with all the power and effort of the federal government. It did no good. 60 years later, the lone gunman narrative was as suspect as it had been in 1963. The answer on a history test might still be Lee Harvey Oswald, but in hearts and minds, it was the CIA, the mafia, the FBI or some combination of those three.
The truth, it seems, has always been the enemy of the rich and powerful. Yet, those of us who are neither still represent the greatest threat to their plans when we use our own minds, make assessments and calculations based on independent research. Now we have much more information at our fingertips, so they try and stem that.
Those who expose their secrets and plans are quickly done away with, silenced, canceled or murdered. Tucker Carlson is one of the latest targets of their suppression, but the harder they have to work to keep the truth from rising to the surface, the more victims they create, generating more truth that has to be smothered. On and on it goes and they think they’ll be as successful in the next decades as they have been in the previous. But credibility is an important thing and each lie diminishes that, if the people will merely recall the previous lies and bring that into their assessment of the new narrative.
They realize now that they have to abolish truth, make information so confusing and contradictory that recognizing the truth is almost impossible, but for that inner understanding and rational assessment of fact. Facts, then, have to be smeared and altered, bent out of shape to where they cannot be recognized either. Facts like men can’t get pregnant and women can’t get prostate cancer.
The harder they try and more ridiculous they have to be to further such arguments, the more we laugh. But the joke’s on us, because they’ve done such a job on the educational system that these arguments actually carry weight with the next generation who have never known rational assessment or logical thought. That wasn’t in the curriculum of the Department of Education, because it makes the lies of the powerful so much harder to maintain. The seek total intellectual manipulation.
This is why I wrote Rebel and Rogue, to demonstrate the old ways of assessing information in an entertaining and engaging way, but the methods are there. Why did the government pull out all stops to hide the true nature of the Kennedy assassination? Because too many men were familiar with the weapon Oswald supposedly used, too many had been in wars and knew the incredible stress one is under when they sight down the barrel at another human being, especially a president, and the idea of some guy, some average marksman, being able to get off that many rounds in that short of time as accurately as Oswald was supposed to have done, just didn’t wash. The Zapruder film only made that conclusion that much more difficult to believe.
The truth, however, was there the whole time, waiting for when it could finally breathe free and point the finger in the right direction. The truths they’re trying to hide now about physiology, pedophilia and gender will be the same. Unfortunately for some, the answer to who the culprit was won’t be the CIA, mafia or the FBI, it’ll be mom and dad. That’s a generational time bomb like no other.
In the meantime, be sure to teach discernment to your children, how to analyze information, because you were probably the last generation to be taught that facts matter and truth is important. Even as they clamp down on information, we had much less in the 60s and 70s and were still able to smell a rat. When the 90s came around and the truth of Ruby Ridge began to sift through the portals of legitimate reporting, we were ready. But it’s a dying art that needs to be retaught, maintained and employed.
My novels of freedom, and especially individuality, Rebel and Rogue about a young man, growing up trying to do the right thing. They’re available on Amazon and our website 12 Round Productions, where you can also find access to our red-pill film Lies of Omission.