While everyone has been war-gaming the future of America, the one thing they haven’t been focused on is what happens if there is no internal conflict. A quick survey of the headlines today ensures one that the globalist narrative is imploding. First, there’s Vladimir Putin’s speech to the world, calling out the globalists and the evil in our own nation for the genocide they’ve committed with the tainted “vaccines.” Boris Johnson was the first one to flinch, first removing Covid restrictions and declaring and end to such, then he turns his back on the policy to flood immigrants into the UK. Even Starbucks cancelled their vaccine mandate, something a prospective employer of my own Pruitt Tool and Supply refused to do, asking me for my vaccination status before scheduling an interview. Not because they had a vaccine mandate, you understand, but because the drilling companies they supplied did. Hey, that’s the same thing, you hypocrites!
This is what America has come to, one is forced to admire Vladimir Putin and Boris Johnson for their leadership on key issues. Not that Boris didn’t have to be dragged to his positions, but that he could be dragged to that position. This is something no American politician seems capable of outside of perhaps Glenn Youngkin, who did a major U-turn on his intended sellout. Putin’s point of view is his and his alone and I have to say on that speech, I’m with him, because it points out that while Biden is a puppet, those pulling his strings are impervious to the wishes of the electorate and this shows that the vaunted “democracy” they’re always railing on about is a ruse to get the weak-minded to buy into communism. They no more respect the majority opinion than they do the republic and certainly not the constitution that established it.
Yet, as the globalist narratives begin to crack, there is no rush to ensure the collapse on the American political horizon. A few like Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz, who promises that every committee is going to be an investigative committee once the Republicans retake the House in 2022, seem to get the picture, but not many others. You can throw Chip Roy, Louie Gohmert and Andy Biggs in there too, but that’s five out of two-hundred and three in the Republican caucus. Plus, it’s a year before they ever take office and are able to do anything. Already, it’s taken two Democrat senators to block the trashing of the filibuster designed to allow the election-rigging legislation to pass on a simple majority vote, but the Democrats (communists) aren’t going to give up that easy.
The point I’m making is that there are no political victories to be had that will undo the damage done by communist policies running rampant throughout our governmental system. It’s a flawed process with a flawed procedural pattern that needs to be broken down and realigned with republican (not Republican) ideals, with a reinvigorated resolve. If anything, the people need to put the government under the sort of surveillance and merciless persecution they have demonstrated during the whole pandemic song and dance. This article is more the idea I have in mind than anything yet proposed.
The question is: how do we accomplish that without some sort of inner conflict? Could it be done politically? No. The reason is that whatever slow progress the government might be able to make under different leadership, there’s this whole bureaucracy that is impervious to any 4, 8, 12 or even 16 year run of preferable candidates in office. They’ve been sidestepping the elected authority for so long, it’s engrained in their very fiber. People like Steve Bannon make a good effort to quell the rabble-rousers out there, like me, I guess, but we’ve been quelled before and nothing substantial happens, except the gradual and persistent slide to the left.
The communists have proven they are just a small minority and don’t speak for the people, no matter how loudly they shout. After only one year in office, following the Squad’s directives, Biden (or whoever) is sinking like a rock in the polls. Somewhere north of 20% of Independents approve of his actions as president. Those who’ve escaped communist hell holes, like Venezuela, see it for what it is and have abandoned the Democrat Party over it. Hispanics, who’ve suffered from the open border policies of RHINO Republicans, their Chamber of Commerce cohorts and supporting globalists, have turned against the communists in Washington over them, so much so that several Democratic reps have abandoned the field in 2022 and others have switched affiliation to escape the backlash.
I’m not ruling out the idea that all of the seeming collapse could be a retrenching action, to get a better foothold, but if the American patriots don’t seize this moment and do some radical realignment, I mean ripping some things out by the root, not only for political stability going forward, but for economic stability, too, we’re going to wind up with something worse than war, worse than internal conflict, we’re going to have wasted the best chance at freedom we’ll ever have. They’ve overplayed their hand, for now, engaged in genocide and used the communist methods of governing to do it, but if they all walk free, it bodes ill for the future. They need to be held to account, the whole system does.
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Nothing I do seems to get me where I want to be. Finally, though we can comment again and I have the ability to get rid of someone just trying to ruin it for everyone.
It's like contemplating alternate universes and trying to guess which version of reality we're subjected to. Are there other universes, other TLs and JTs who are experiencing the outcomes of different choices and responses? Which is the right one, how does this break down, which is the right path and even if we take the right path, does it lead to a better place or a worse one? However, I think there will be plenty of warning as cascading layers are crushed. We're seeing that in LA, can't even get full coverage on a rental car there, now. Trains being looted, etc. That's the first layer (maybe the fourth in reality) and we can watch the wave approach, but there's nothing we can do to stop it, now. At least that's the way I see it. Build a boat, I guess.
The problem I see as probably insurmountable is that, with the "mobility" that modern technology has given us, there are few (maybe no) remaining geographical enclaves of liberty-mided people. I look around my beloved Old North State and I see damyankees and other imports everywhere, "blockin' out the scenery, breakin' my mind". I don't know how we regain control in our current fragmented condition. Even in my small town, the number of commuters moving into new developments is giving a nasty urban flavor to my otherwise rural area. We are going to be facing some "interesting times" for sure, I fear. [Aside: welcom to the new Substack venue. We'll see how long it takes for 'them' to find you here.] ~ JT