Some of the biggest threats on the horizon are the continued denial that war, destructive nuclear energies, electromagnetic tinkering, geoengineering, and biological experiments are harmless and thereby, a necessary evil. People are spun by the media towards the notion that nuclear-backed militarism, neoliberalism, and its structural violence are necessary for securing peace, defeating terror, creating prosperity, and promoting “growth.” The ultimate banality is to accept this pack of lies and to believe there is no alternative, to acquiesce or just switch off to it all. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about UNCLEAR WARFARE.
Whenever I hear the term, mass deception, I cringe because I know that what will follow is some lesson about how aliens are demons and that they are going to fake an alien invasion in order to pull us all together for a New World order.
I don’t know who keeps pushing that agenda but I am beginning to think that the idea that aliens are part of a mass deception is a mass deception.
I am beginning to think that the mass deception is what is being called a synthetic or staged apocalypse where people are being groomed to accept that Nuclear war is the Kool-aid that needs to be drunk in order to please their horrible and tyrannical cult leaders.
After all, we all will have to accept that baptism by fire eventually — it is all in the good book and our leaders obviously have a pipeline to God. Romans 13 says so.
But aliens — that is the great deception, not that we are witnessing the dumbing down of people who decide to get behind the latest thing and welcome war because we are being told that it is the only way we win.
If anyone challenges this deception, they may as well be called traitors and reported to the Department of Homeland Security.
Rest assured, our governments will also be closely monitoring anyone who does not support their treachery as subversives!
We all know your rulers would love to have your feedback– that is if you can avoid being cancelled or blocks on social media, having your assets frozen or business burnt down.
Your governments have given you a choice as to how we all die.
Which would you prefer―destruction by nuclear war or destruction by climate catastrophe? Nuclear war will end your existence fairly quickly through blast or fire, although your death would be slower and more agonizing if you survived long enough to die of radiation sickness or starvation. On the other hand, climate catastrophe has appealing variety, for you could die by fire, water, or hunger. Or you might simply roast slowly thanks to unbearable temperatures.
Avoiding you with this kind of choice is a vital part of making our nations great again!
Oh, choices are great aren’t they –especially when you’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t — isn’t this a better deception than constantly comparing demons and aliens?
I mean, if alien invasion is the third choice, I would take my chances with the aliens.
This has all the earmarking’s of a social contagion experiment — which of course included manipulation and deception, but I guess that doesn’t count.
Today, the reality of nuclear annihilation has obviously receded into unconsciousness.
This despite the recent statements by U.S. generals and Zelensky about nuclear weapons and their use that have extremely inflamed Russia’s fears, which clearly is intentional.
The game is to have some officials say it and then deny it while having a policy that contradicts the denial.
It is like Lyndsay Graham says that someone should assassinate Putin in an Ides Of March kind of way — then after he is chastised for saying so, doubles down on the idea , compares Putin to Hitler and then claims that John McCain would have said the same thing .
Then after the Zelensky speech Joe Biden is asked by a reporter if he thinks that Vladimir Putin is a war criminal — Biden initially replied, “No,” as he walked by the journalist. Then off the cuff he then changed his mind and said yes, he thinks that he is a war criminal.
The Kremlin said that these words are unforgivable. Knowing the negative impact these words had on the issue — Press Secretary, Jen Psaki had to do a bit of minor damage control.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki later said Biden was speaking from his heart about what he has seen on the news about the “barbaric actions by a brutal dictator.”
Psaki noted that there is a separate legal process to determine whether Putin has violated international law and committed war crimes. That process currently is underway at the State Department, she said.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, in response to Biden, said, “We consider unacceptable and unforgivable such rhetoric of the head of the state, whose bombs killed hundreds of thousands of people around the world,” according to the Russian news agency, Tass.
The United Nations on Tuesday said that since Feb. 24, when Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, nearly 700 civilians have been killed, with more than 1,140 civilians injured.
The propaganda and the death tolls of the moment are certainly an indication that Vladimir Putin is a War criminal — but does it stick — well I am sure the state department wants it to, but let’s face it war is surrogate murder and we could make a list of war criminals in our government as well.
For me, Henry Kissinger comes to mind, or Dick Cheney, George W. Bush even Biden’s old buddy Obama. The Clinton’s can certainly be seen as war criminals — not to mention the infamous list of their enemies that somehow become Arkancided.
Oh but history can be erased and forgotten when hate finds a scapegoat du jour.
Going back in history over 70 years ago we can even look at the horrible atomic bomb attacks on Japan.
We have had seven decades to moll over if that was a war crime — or we can make excuses as to why it was done,
Truman was no saint– no leaders who participate in surrogate murder are without guilt.
However, when words like war criminal are thrown around, when the Hitler Godwin argument is invoked and assassinations are encouraged there needs to be some perspective –something that there is very little of right now.
We seem to be pushing the envelope with this administration’s policy.
Obama-Biden reigned over the U.S. 2014 coup in Ukraine, Trump increased weapon sales to Ukraine in 2017, and Biden has picked up the baton after a four year hiatus, in this most deadly game.
It is a bi-partisan Cold War 2, getting very hot. And it is one of the reasons why Russia, attacked Ukraine. It is obvious that this is exactly what the U.S. wanted, or it would have acted very differently in the lead up to this tragedy.
All the current wringing of hands is pure hypocrisy.
All this has brought us to where we all now — and all of the guilty need to be called out on this horrible moment in our history.
Keep in mind that id you were to kill someone you would be tried for murder, if you are convicted you either go to jail or face the death penalty.
If a leader orders the killing of thousands of people, they call it foreign policy. This is the psychopathy we tolerate–and it is the horror we seem to cheer on to the most exquisite effect.
Albert Einstein said that “War is an act of murder.”
Since murder is universally regarded as a crime it follows that all wars, covert or overt, are crimes and thus unlawful.
According to the Crimes of War Education Project, a collaboration of journalists, lawyers and scholars, “the most comprehensive and accepted list of international humanitarian law offenses is set out in the Rome Statute governing the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the Hague.” The ICC recognizes three basic categories of crimes: genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. Whatever the three are called by the cognoscenti –they are all crimes against humanity. Within the third category there are nearly 50 variations of how to kill in war. It is a legalese splitting of dead hairs–and so it goes — the arguments on social media tend to go into semantics and rationalizing– but death is death and it appears that people seem to regard it as the equivalent of watching a western, where the guy n the black hat gets gunned down, or when Han solo single handedly level a group of stormtroopers with his blaster.
I don’t know how many times that I have heard on the news, whenever they roll their war footage that images may be disturbing — I don’t recall a time in my experience in journalism, where news organizations take great pride is showing bodies that are shredded like hamburger, littering the streets of Kyiv.
We know that it will trigger an emotional response, but shouldn’t the mainstream media put warning on their newscast saying that viewer discretion is advised?
I remember the film Faces of death was a novelty when it was shown at frat parties, but now it is every night on the cable news.
It is acclimating us to get used to seeing the dead in our own streets, the body bags in makeshift trenches, and the inevitability of a Nuclear attack where we will be knee deep in bodies ravaged by radiation burns.
Amid what is most horrifying is that in a recent poll it has been shown that a third of the United States say that we should use nukes against Russia in the current war in Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky receiving a standing ovation Wednesday morning after his brief address to Congress, Pew Research wanted to poll Americans about their attitudes toward the war in Ukraine.
Over 1/3 of Americans polled by Pew Research support the US ‘taking military action even if it risks a nuclear conflict with Russia.’ Now granted 62 percent were opposed — but that is 35 percent of Americans say yes to nuking Russia.
Three weeks into Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, nearly half of Americans (47%) approve of the Biden administration’s handling of the Russian invasion, while about four-in-ten (39%) disapprove; 13% say they are not sure.
Roughly a third of Americans (32%) say that the United States is providing about the right amount of support to Ukraine as it fights to hold off the Russian invasion. A larger share – 42% – say the U.S. should be providing more support to Ukraine, while just 7% say it is providing too much support. About one-in-five (19%) say they are not sure.
Moreover, there are several aspects of U.S. policy toward Russia and Ukraine that draw bipartisan support. While Republicans have previously expressed skepticism about the extent to which the U.S. should work with its allies, nearly three-quarters of Republicans (73%) say that working closely with allies to respond to the Russian invasion is the right approach. An even larger share of Democrats 85% say the same.
Usually, it is the left that opposes war — and now this I guess is the right war to be fought and a war where there are few people that say yes to nuclear annihilation–without thinking about mutually assured destruction.
It looks like the anti-Russian propaganda has worked on well over 80 million people who want to see nuclear war — this is certainly a matter of unclear thinking.
It is like — oh it is just routine, just another day where nukes drop and we will watch it from the safety our homes until we hear the whistling rocket heading towards our back yard.
Catastrophic events that send the world into turmoil happen on “just a typical day.”
It is no big deal for a third of a Americans.
Either they think it won’t happen and just said yes to a nuke contest — or they will just see it as just typical day in the war for justice of Ukraine.
The atom bomb that exploded over Hiroshima took place while thousands of ordinary folk were just going about their everyday business on “just typical day”. A missile attack on a neighborhood in Gaza or a drone attack on unsuspecting civilians in Afghanistan: death and destruction come like a bolt from the blue as people shop at the local market or take their kids to school on “just a typical day,”
Will it be “just a typical day” when the next nuclear bomb is exploded in anger, an ordinary day when people are just going about their daily business?
By then it might be too late to do anything, too late to act to try to prevent an unfolding global catastrophe on a scale never before witnessed by humans.
These statistics anger me — they should anger you too, but I am sure this is some sort of Democratic party thing — or some liberal support for a President and Vice President that say absolutely nothing when confronted with the reality of war that they have caused.
Yes they bear just as much responsibility as the new Hitler of the Day — Vlad the New Impaler.
How have people become so apathetic?
is it because we are so wrapped up in a world of gadgets, technology, shopping malls, millionaire sports players and big-time sports events to think that such a thing like Nuclear war could be imminent?
Could any of us even contemplate that on some not-too-distant day a series of European cities could be laid waste within a matter of minutes? It isn’t worth thinking about. Or is it?
This new apocalyptic morality from the extreme left and the amazingly heartless neoconservatives is horribly duplicit.
While ordinary people across the world have been subjected to policies that have resulted in oppression, poverty and conflict, this is all passed off by politicians and the mainstream media as the way things must be.
Nuclear weapons hang over humanity like the Sword of Damocles.
But hey — got to back those billionaire experts that tell us how to live our lives, as they push their vaccines and their toys that play war — all for the major culling that they so openly talk about.
Oh how we all want to be like them –and if we just follow them maybe they will help us , maybe we can have it good for a change.
George Carlin wasn’t joking when he said: ‘it’s one big club, and you’re not in it.’
The public is supposed to back this status quo in support of what?
Austerity, powerlessness, the Great reset, propping up the US dollar and a moribund system. For whom? Gates, Soros, Murdoch, Rothschild, , JP Morgan, Besos , Musk and the rest of the elite and their corporations whose policies are devised in think tanks and handed to politicians to sell to a largely ignorant public: those who swallow the lie that perhaps a nuclear conflict in Europe will solve our problems?
These jokers are the ones that would bring an AK 47 to a rabbit hunt.
I guess Nuclear and biological warfare gets a pass as long as the oligarchs can count their losses in a bunker somewhere in the Bahamas. Nuclear unclear thinking seems to be trendy, and great click bait and hashtags follow with it — this is how the world ends — all with a hashtag,
Many believe nuclear weapons are a necessary evil and fall into line with thought about humanity being inherently conflictual, competitive and war-like.
Such tendencies do, of course, exist, but they do not exist in a vacuum. They are fueled by direct emotionally charged propaganda and played upon by politicians, the media and elite interests who seek to scare the population into accepting a ‘necessary’ evil.
Much of humanity has been convinced to accept the potential for instant nuclear Armageddon hanging over its collective head as a given, as a ‘deterrent’. However, the reality is that these weapons exist to protect elite’s interests or to pressure others to cave into their demands.
You can’t build back better if it isn’t broken — no reason to have a great reset unless things are chaotic– do you get it yet?
Do you think that the third that want us to nuke Russia get it?
So we bomb the hell out of Russia, they retaliate, in seven minutes we are all charcoal and the Chinese come in brush away the surviving cockroaches and salvage what is left — and then start their campaign of communist idealism.
Then they gather the masses under a red of flag, with a leader that is a counterfeit god to justify the slaughter.
Modern society trivializes issues that are of ultimate importance: they eventually become banal or ‘matter of fact’ to the population.
War is business — death dealing is immoral, but the world sighs or yawns and this is the problem.
When we see tragedy in other countries, we tend to Americanize that tragedy and place our focus on the same old tired theories about what is really happening and it is frustrating to come out with something that is even different from what I call the so called independent media that usually mimics who they perceive as in the know when they also carry agendas that always seem to be predictable.
World problems in comparison to America’s problems can’t even muster concern with th the radial left . As long as people stare at the news without being affected they may show signs of empathy but beyond empathy most people couldn’t care less.
This is the perfect example of that third of Americans that see Nuclear war as a typical solution rather than overkill.
Aldous Huxley once said that if the entire nation of China were to disappear from the face of the earth tomorrow, it would mean less to Americans than if we were to lose the tip of one of our little fingers.
The quote may not have aged well — but the meaning still is in effect as we have become so unaware of other countries problems until we are told we have to care — and we have to donate money, and we have to be forced to pay attention only to say that this whole ordeal can be solved with the dropping of a few atomic bombs on Russia — but that’s America– always on top of things whether it is climate change, or Covid 19 and now it is geopolitical strategy.
I mean what are you to expect when for 4 years 93% of CNN’s news was about the Russian Collusion conspiracy?
Now it is “Russia bad — poor Ukraine –every night, 24/7 without a moment to give a weather report. I am sure there are people that miss the daily death tolls that were reported during the Covid-19 scare. It is so amazing how efficiently they pass from one crisis to another and constantly remind us that people can be cruel, even to the point of showing us the bodies being covered by tarps and being thrown in ditches.
It all blurs together — and puts an indelible mark on your subconscious mind.
Some of the biggest threats that I see on the horizon is the continued denial that war, destructive nuclear energies, electromagnetic tinkering, geoengineering, and biological experiments are harmless and that they are some necessary evil.
The blame should be solely placed on the Warhawks and opportunists that overlook the damage caused by the military industrial complex and those who threaten us with their weapons of mass destruction.
This breeds a climate that makes us adversarial and leaves us stuck in a perpetual domestic psychosis which disempowers us and perpetuates the war mentality.
People are spun by the media towards the notion that nuclear-backed militarism and neoliberalism and its structural violence are necessary for securing peace, defeating terror, creating prosperity or promoting ‘growth’. The ultimate banality is to accept this pack of lies and to believe there is no alternative, to acquiesce or just switch off to it all.