Written by: Jim Clymer, National Chairman


The Covid pandemic is losing its legs as a means of controlling the masses.  This is thanks to a number of factors, including a growing percentage of the population who are catching on to the fact that many of the official pronouncements coming out of the NIH, CDC and FDA don’t bear up under scrutiny.  If a fair and open discussion of the data had been permitted from the beginning, I suspect the crisis, and the various levels of government’s ability to impose mandates, would have dissipated much earlier.  Then too, a growing number of people said “Enough!” and even blue state governors decided it was time to relax the mandates.  It’s just not possible it seems, to keep people scared enough to continue the manipulation even with news of a new variant.

A government’s key tools in subjugating its people without armed conflict against them, rests largely on its ability to make them fearful and to deprive them of food.  Armed attacks on the populace seems unlikely, at least until they manage to criminalize gun ownership.  Covid worked for nearly two years in keeping people fearful.  So now, how to keep the people frightened with another crisis?  In a stroke of serendipitous happenstance, along comes the Russian invasion of Ukraine.  Of course, it really didn’t occur by happenstance, but that’s a subject for another day.

Never mind that we have no business interfering in a conflict that has been brewing for years, in no small part by the U.S. poking at Russia by, among other things, instigating the overthrow of a democratically elected president of Ukraine who happened to be favorable to Russia.  Never mind that the push for NATO membership for Ukraine and the placement of armaments on Russia’s doorstep is viewed by it as threatening as would a buildup of arms by an adversary in Cuba to the U.S. or that we are supporting the most corrupt country in Europe.   Once again, any deviation from the warmongering Democrats and neocon Republicans, as well as the lapdog media and big tech, is met with ridicule, silencing, censorship and a plethora of falsehoods.

Former Congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate, Tulsi Gabbard, dared to challenge the prescribed narrative by disclosing the existence of biolabs in Ukraine that deal with dangerous pathogens and that they were at least partially funded by the U.S., perhaps by father and son Biden themselves, according to newly released emails from Hunter’s computer.  That resulted in Sen. Mitt Romney calling her statements “treasonous”.  Treason, of course, is a serious crime punishable by death.  For a U.S. Senator to make that accusation is a grave matter indeed.  Tulsi Gabbard is not one I have much agreement with on many issues, but when she points out the deception fostered on Americans by the intelligence arm of the United States and how that intelligence community’s deception has gotten us involved in numerous wars, she must be defended and heeded.

Now the purported Commander in Chief is saying that the elected leader of Russia cannot remain in office, signaling another drum roll for regime change.  While speaking to troops in Poland, he strongly implied they would be engaging first hand on the side of Ukrainian troops in that country.  All the while the administration and the media are attempting to instill fear of World War III and a nuclear holocaust.  Add to that the talk of food shortages and raging inflation, reaching a forty year high.

The stage is being set.  Is everybody fearful enough yet to accept more tyrannical moves by government?  In the words of founding father Samuel Adams: “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace.  We ask not your counsel or arms.  Crouch down and lick the hands that feed you.  May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.”


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