Thoughts of the Week...
I Avoid Talking about Presidential Politics Though.
Here are some random thoughts that I have this week…
FIRST, REGARDING THE SUPREME COURT…
The Supreme Court process should not be politicized. There is only one role of a Supreme Court Justice: to determine whether laws passed by the Legislature abide by the Constitution of the United States. That’s it. Nothing else.
Too long our Congress and Senate have abdicated much of the responsibility that they have to either the Executive Branch, bureaucrats, the Supreme Court or the Federal Reserve. Our Legislature is where the vast majority of politics should be decided, but it’s easier for Congressmen and Senators to pass the buck and shrug off their responsibilities. This means that they don’t have to deal with hard or controversial decisions, which makes it easier for them to stay in office.
Here is a quick video of Senator Ben Sasse explaining this process very well.
SECOND, MY BIGGEST CONCERN REGARDING THE ELECTION.
My biggest concern regarding the upcoming election is not who wins or who loses, but rather it’s the “win at all costs” attitude, which includes cheating, manipulation and destroying the election system itself. Although the mail-in ballots are receiving most of the attention right now, the big tech companies, especially Google and Facebook are very dangerous. It has been shown that big tech companies have tremendous power to influence the vote. Here are two short videos that describe this issue…
Here’s another perspective of how Google and Facebook influence you…
THIRD, THE DOLLAR TOOK ANOTHER STEP TOWARDS COLLAPSE.
The source of America’s economic and military might comes from the US Dollar being the reserve currency of the world. The Federal Reserve is able to create endless amounts of money, which causes the purchasing power of the dollar to continue to fall. The Fed has been masterful in postponing this loss of purchasing power though because they’ve been able to convince foreign countries to hold onto dollars as a store of wealth. Most economists say that these foreign countries have no choice, because the US Dollar is the strongest of the weak currencies. But this isn’t true, because they can hold other assets that hold their value better, such as gold. And this is what is happening now. Foreign countries are getting wary of the dollar, and they’re dropping it. China is now starting to get rid of $1 trillion in US dollars. Other countries will see this and will also drop the dollar because they won’t want to be the ones holding the bag of worthless money. See this article, “China is Killing the Dollar” and this article, “China may dump U.S. Treasuries as Sino-U.S. tensions flare: Global Times”.
FOURTH, DO YOU STILL TRUST GOOGLE?!!!
Are you still using Gmail? Do you still trust Google? Do your own research and I think you will drop them like a hot potato.
Article: Google’s YouTube Sued for $3 Billion in UK over Use of Children’s Data
Article: Google employees are eavesdropping, even in your living room, VRT NWS has discovered
Article: Google lets 3rd-party app developers read your emails - report
Article: Google admits it lets hundreds of other companies access your Gmail inbox
Lesson: Don’t trust Google. Don’t use their browser. Don’t use an Android phone. Don’t use gmail. Don’t trust these bastards! See my free webinar titled, “How and Why You Need Secure Email.”
FIFTH, SCIENCE IS DEAD.
I found this very important article titled, “"Rule by Experts" Is Tyranny Shrouded in Science”. There is a group of people who have become very arrogant lately, and they believe that they should be in charge of us all. I’m talking, of course, about scientists. Neil deGrasse Tyson wrote an article called "Rationalia," which is a world in which "science" reigns supreme.
This would be a very bad idea.
We have seen how science has been severely manipulated for agenda’s sake countless times. For example, people have bent over backwards trying to come up with a “scientific” explanation to tell us that men are not men, and women are not women, or that lockdowns work to stop the virus (they don’t), or that the debate on climate change is done. In every case, the goal is to shut down discussion on these topics, and make people submit to what we are told. This matters because science has a powerful affect on government.
This past month, for example, a new law was passed that allows incarcerated felons in California to choose what gender they are, which will determine whether they are admitted to a men or women’s prison! What?! In other words, male inmates will be able to say they identify as female and will go to the female prison. What inmate is going to choose to go to a men’s prison if they have the chance to go to a women’s prison. How many rapes is this going to cause? Women just became much less safe because of this new law. I encourage you to read this article.
SIXTH, CIVIL WAR?
Do you know that more than 50% of people in the USA think that a new American Civil War is possible, including 41% who strongly agree. This is shocking news, but I unfortunately agree.
I think the result will be a broken up USA, and we may be better for it. Watch this snippet from Glenn Beck that explains it.
Please share your thoughts regarding anything in this post.
Glenn: It's too bad we have lost the ability to have differences of opinion without it descending into name calling and personal attacks. For instance: I am not a religious person. I do not believe there is some supreme being who is interested in the fact that I am writing to you at this moment. You do believe in a personal God who is interested in your reading this missive. Reasonable minds can differ. I have always tried to live by the rule to treat others as I want to be treated. Some do make that difficult. If I disagree, I try not to get personal about the disagreement. Vituperation and name calling never changed anyone's opinion.
That said, let me continue to the real meat of your e-mail.
Anyone who knows anything about the sun agrees that the sun regularly erupts ejections of plasma matter that scramble electrons. I am not a physicist by any means and don't fully understand the physics behind the phenomenon, but I understand the practical realities. There was a G2 level mass ejection on September 29th, 2020. Aurora Borealis was visible in the northern tier of the United States. It didn't make much impact on the news as the news was more concerned about the political views of basketball players than they were something that was vitally important.
There will be an X class coronal mass ejection that will destroy long line electric lines, railroad tracks and everything connected to them. Micro circuitry will be destroyed because the transitory electrical impulse that will emanate from the sun will overload any protective device and burn out anything with microcircuitry. Even your spiffy new 3,000 lumen flashlight with five operating modes has microcircuitry in it and will be burnt out in an X class CME. The only unknowns are: When will it occur and how much of the earth will be impacted. Everything else is a certainty.
With that in mind, if one does not attempt to prepare to live life from the early 18th century with the exception that there was far more infrastructure in place for that lifestyle than there will be for us in the early 18th century, well, what can I say about that?
I don't expect the government to come to our aid. The U.S. government doesn't have the ability to come to the aid of 330 million people. I expect that the government will take care of themselves. They will hide out in fully stocked, pre-prepared hideouts and attempt to get on with their lives. I expect that the rest of us will have to shift for ourselves.
Have you ever watched a Black Friday sale at some local big box store? Or the shopping frenzy upon news that a hurricane is approaching? In my opinion, that frenzied violence will look like a kindergarten birthday party compared to the frenzy that will follow an X class CME that hits the United States. You had a good preview with the phony CoVD plague that didn't happen.
So much for fear mongering. As the Old Gunney said to the young Marine about to go down the cargo net to the landing craft to land on Peleilu, when the young Marine asked him if he was scared, "Son, if you ain't scared, you just don't understand the situation."
If you aren't seriously concerned about life after a CME, you just don't understand the situation.
Now for finances. Everything you said about the Fed and the money situation coincides with what I think is happening. We aren't even printing paper money to cover how much money is in circulation. If this were 50 years ago we wouldn't be in this situation because the printing presses can't run fast enough to print the bills, unless we start back printing $1,000 notes and $5,000 notes, then up to $10,000 notes. The 10,000 yen note in Japan is common currency. It is worth about $100, give or take depending on the money market. Sixty years ago when I first landed in Japan the 1,000 yen note was the big money. The average "salary man" earned 10,000 yen a month. Now a secretary earns 50,000 year a month as a starting wage.
We don't have enough paper money to cover just what folks have in bank accounts. If everyone started taking just their checking and savings account cash out of banks it would start a run and the banking system wouldn't have enough paper money to cover it. It is all buried in computers somewhere. There is no tangible money equal to what the U.S. has in circulation. How abut that? We don't even have enough toilet paper money for all the money we think we have. And congress is about to add another trillion or two to that non-existent amount.
If you're not worried it's because you don't understand the situation.
About the CoVD "plague". As some of us get older, we start reading the obituaries to see which acquaintances are no longer with us. On Sunday of each week the local paper runs a weekly summary of who all died in the past week. They collect it from all the mortuaries, so it is a fairly accurate account of the total number of deaths each week in the county. Sure, they miss one or two a month but over all it is a reasonably accurate summary. I have been following this, perhaps morbid, custom for about twenty years. The weekly total runs between 25 and 35 deaths per week. Since the start of the "plague" the weekly total has continued to run between 25 and 35 deaths per week. No sudden jump in the numbers of people dying. It not suddenly 50 to 60 or over 100, it's plodding along at 25 to 35 just like always.
It's true, there are a lot more people carrying the virus. I think if we all ran down to the local fairgrounds to get tested for disease every Monday morning before reporting for work we would find that we all were carrying a bunch of viruses and bacteria and other pathogens. Does that make us "sick" Can we say we are truly ill if we are carrying a virus but exhibit no symptoms or exhibit such mild symptoms that we just feel not so energetic? How many of us wake up some mornings just not feeling 100%, ready to take on the world? Is there anybody reading this who can say, Not me! 365 days of the year I leap out of bed ready to take on the world." Hah! You've got a short memory, Henry.
Is it a convenient "crisis" as cover for all manner of power moves? Oh, boy! Is the sun going to rise in the east tomorrow morning (yes, it will even if it is emitting an X10 CME)
Sure, if like me, you are really old, hypertensive, overweight, diabetic you are at risk. Heck, if you are all of those things you are at risk just staying in bed in the morning. Should I not wake up in tomorrow morning and I am tested, as I am sure I would be, and even a trace of CoVD virus was detected, my Cause of Death would be listed at that rather than just plain old age and poor physical condition. Nobody in this country, absolutely nobody dies of old age. That used to be a COD listed on the death certificate. Not any more. It doesn't generate any public funds for someone who is old and in generally poor health to die of old age. You must die of some disease that has a fund attached to it. Either a heart attack for the National Heart Association to add to their stats; diabetes for the National Diabetic Association's fund drive; COPD for the Lung Association etc etc etc. Disease entities are big business these days. So when we see all these deaths listed as being a result of CoVD, it's as Mark Twain is quoted as saying, "There are lies, there are damned lies and then there are statistics."
Well, I know you asked for comments, not War and Peace, but you covered a lot of territory and I just wanted you to know that as for me, while we may disagree about religion, that certainly doesn't make you some bumbling, mumbling, greedy, self-serving crackpot in my book. Oh, and taking about your religious beliefs doesn't offend me either. I think we can still be civil even if we disagree about some things. You could even believe in slavery. I would think you were wrong and perhaps try to convince you of that error, but I wouldn't descend to name calling and insults. As I said previously, that doesn't convert anyone.
Keep up the good work.