[Editor’s note: I am a huge fan of Tucker Carlson, but also of Miles Mathis. So I share this without implying that I agree with everything he has to say about Tucker, whom I esteem. But, agree or disagree, Miles is always worth reading.]
I will start off by pointing out that I published 17 articles last month, 13 of them written by yours truly. That’s more than three a week. Some of them weren’t very long, but I believe it was a personal best.
To pre-empt some opposition from the beginning, let me admit that I actually agree with a lot of what Tucker Carlson is saying these days. Although I think of myself as a liberal—as I have tried to explain many times—I can’t even listen to the talking heads on the left any more. I agree with pretty much nothing at CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR, The Daily Show, and so on. So I don’t even go there. I know it is 100% propaganda, and not even clever or entertaining propaganda, so why bother. But Tucker has been instructed to appeal to people like me right now, and he is often pretty good at it. His scriptwriters are doing their best to move me to the right, making me think I am a conservative. And in part, they are finding some success. I am moving to a Red state, and I find I have more in common with those people these days. I will never agree to call myself a conservative, but that is almost beside the point. The point is, who are my potential allies. My potential allies are not, in general, people watching CNN or reading the New York Times and believing them. My potential allies are the audience at Infowars, NaturalNews, Zerohedge, Gateway Pundit, and Fox News. I find it very strange to say that, but it is true. Those are the people questioning and fighting back. Notice I say “the audience” at those places. Not the writers or speakers at those places, who I believe are controlled opposition. But the audience there. Those are the people that are really waking up, though they aren’t fully there yet. The writers at those places want to wake them up halfway, then put them back to sleep with some diversion. I see my job as grabbing them at that halfway point and waking them up even more. Hence this paper.
Tucker on Frank Luntz on “The Tucker Carlson Show” (3 May 2021): Brilliant!
Tucker’s longest segment yesterday was devoted to outing Republican operative Frank Luntz (Jewish, of course, and an obvious psychopath) and he did a pretty good job of it. Tucker cut both of his legs out from under him, and he should never get on his feet again. Tucker proved Luntz was actually not a Republican operative, despite being one of the party’s top idea men. Tucker showed Luntz was a mole from the left, supported and supporting Big Tech and Intelligence. However, I don’t think Luntz will break stride much despite that, and we should ask ourself why that is. It is because, as usual, Tucker takes us only halfway in, begging many questions but not answering them. But let’s start at the beginning. Tucker opens this segment by telling us he thinks Luntz is a nice guy. We aren’t told why he thinks that, and it may just be a dodge. But it is fabulously clear Luntz is the opposite of a nice guy, so we wonder why Tucker bothers saying it. I guess he wants to get across to you that people can fool you. Yes, Tucker, they can. Tucker then tells us that Luntz is a compelling speaker. But he plays us several clips of Luntz, and Luntz doesn’t seem compelling at all. After about five seconds, any honest person comes away with an image of a squishy, duplicitous creepazoid. So, one wonders, why would the top dogs in the Republican party sit and listen to him, pretending to find him compelling, and why would they follow his lead? You are about to find out.
Next, Tucker tells us that the Republican party’s sole job is to represent its voters. He goes on to show it is doing a terrible job. But is that really the Republican party’s sole job? In a perfect world maybe. In this world, not even close. In fact, in outing Luntz as a mole, Tucker proves the Republican party’s job is to spin its voters, telling them one thing while doing the exact opposite. The same thing pretty much every other major institution in this world does. And that is obviously not a corruption of those institutions: it is why they were founded. That is how Modern institutions work, and it is no accident. “Representation” has been an empty claim from the very beginning, as we saw in my paper on Thomas Jefferson. Our governors never intended to represent us in any way, they only intended to make us think we were being represented. That applied to Congress in 1770 and it still applies to Congress. And it also applies to both political parties, who don’t represent us and never did. They were created only to give us two flavors of ice cream, while giving us no real choices beyond that. They have always picked both candidates, and owned both candidates, so voting was never anything more than a vast theater project, with the script pre-written.
Tucker’s segment on Luntz proves that beyond any doubt, though—strangely—Tucker doesn’t draw your attention to it. If anything, he draws your attention away from it. If the Republican party platform and talking points are coming from the left or from above—via the CIA—then that alone proves the two parties are just smokescreens. If the same puppet master is pulling the strings of both parties, we must have a de facto tyranny just posing as a democracy.
And if that is the case—and it is—then it proves what I told you in my long paper on the fake election: both parties were in on the steal, including Trump. Like everything else in the news, the election was scripted, including Trump’s early lead and the late-night shift of votes. In other words, the early lead was just as fake as the later steal. Neither the early votes nor the late votes were real. All were made up in some conference room and posted by computers.
And that means that all the hocus-pocus in Arizona right now with the audit is also theater. Theater to what end? To keep your eyes off other things. They want you continuing to follow this election theater as long as possible, because it keeps your eyes off the Federal Reserve and the trillions being stolen from the worldwide treasuries. The looting is greater now than ever before in history, and almost everything else in the news is there to keep your eyes off that. The greater the looting, the more numerous the diversions.
If you are following the Arizona audit, it is because you still have hope the election steal will be proven and reversed. That hope is your worst enemy, because it keeps you on the couch. It keeps you thinking someone somewhere is going to ride in and save you from all of this. But as I keep telling you, they aren’t. The only person who can save you is YOU. The Government is not going to overthrow itself. Yes, the Phoenician Navy may be split to some degree, but the less evil side of that split is also not going to save you. They aren’t fighting for you, they are fighting for themselves.
Only the citizenry can press their interests, since they are the only ones who have those interests. If they do not stand up they will continue to be run over. Unfortunately, that is the way this world works. So in times like this the only real hope is collective action. The huge protests in Europe, with tens of thousands of people on the street, are a move in the right direction. So why isn’t it happening here?
I have told you why: the CIA has scared you off the streets with all this Antifa/BLM/ProudBoys theater. People are afraid of getting gassed or thrown into solitary confinement. That was the main point of these manufactured riots. They want you to think Antifa is going to rough you up. But they aren’t because Antifa doesn’t exist, except on TV. They are just Hollywood extras, and they aren’t going to rough up anyone.
These Antifa/BLM riots are actually very small and limited in total numbers. The CIA hires as few people as it can, then inflates the events with camera angles and exaggeration. Real protests by real people—as in London this week—would utterly swallow and overwhelm any fake ones. The best way to deal with Antifa or other actors is to out them on the spot. The crowd should point and shout “CIA”, while drawing attention to their earpieces, wired backpacks, and other spook paraphernalia. At that point there is nothing for them to do but slink away.
Absolutely the last thing you should do is attack these agents/actors, or the police around them. That is what they want. They would love it if these real protests turned violent, since it gives them an excuse to escalate. But you should definitely be out there. Collective action is your number one card.
Also, I remind you again that you don’t have to petition the government to drop mask mandates or anything else. Don’t ask permission, just stop wearing the damn things. I am getting tired of seeing video of parents demanding things from school boards, for instance. School boards have no legislative authority, and can’t override existing laws. There are many laws on the books outlawing masks, including both state and federal laws. See OSHA, 1979, as just one example. A lady quoted Texas law in video last week to a school board, proving the state had outlawed them long ago. School boards cannot override state and federal laws. So parents have to unionize. They all have to take the day off on the same day, walk their kids to school without masks, and tell the administrators the kids will not be wearing them again. The school can either agree or shut down. The teachers and administrators can find other jobs. They can become programmers.
Actually, I think most teachers will join that strike, and many administrators, too. They are as tired of this crap as you are.
I will be told that such a plan isn’t feasible, because school is like daycare. These kids can’t rot at home all day, and one parent can’t quit work just to stay with them.
That’s what it really boils down to, doesn’t it? Most parents can’t be bothered to protect their kids, even if the kids can’t breathe. It isn’t convenient to fight this fight. So they petition the school board to fight it for them. Which ain’t gonna happen, since the school board is bought, by Bill Gates or someone else. So, parents are going to have to fight this one themselves, one way or the other. As I tell you, petitioning isn’t ever going to work. It has never worked. It is the way they stall you. Only direct and collective action will work. Don’t ask permission to do the right thing, just do the right thing. I learned that from Thoreau decades ago. See his Civil Disobedience, which should be required reading right now.
In a tack on, I wish to comment on the progress of Solar Cycles. Some readers who have been struggling with health issues are asking if they shouldn’t be feeling better. They have heard the Sun is becoming more active, with more spots, flares, etc. Yes, it is waking up, but slowly. Flux is around 75 now, up from 66, but still very low. We have been in the longest and deepest minimum since 1810, and we are still in it. Three years at near zero. So it will take us a while to recover from that. Our bodies have been starved of charge for a very long time, and for many of us—especially the older folks —the damage has been permanent. We will improve, but we may not be what we were before. The good news is that we are on a long climb to higher charge, lasting for several years. So energy levels will continue to go up, meaning you should get better and better. But until flux rises above 100 and stays there, you may not really feel it. You are operating on a big charge deficit, and it will take at least another year to recharge you. So continue to hang on: relief is coming