World governments are collapsing, and poverty and increases in inflation are creating food wars. Welcome to the Brave New Normal, or the Great Reset, or whatever they end up calling the new pathologized totalitarianism but before all that, we need a moment where it is evident that world war will be started at the same time civil war begins after the Left gets their dream of locking up the Russian-asset Hitler, Donald Trump. Another fear on the horizon is the possibility that a decision to launch nuclear weapons is becoming more of a reality. With all of the saber-rattling going on, one wonders if someone will have an itchy trigger finger. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about ANTEBEDLAM – BRING ON THE PALE HORSE.
A few weeks ago, I quoted a passage from Bill Cooper’s book “Behold a Pale Horse” where Cooper tells us that if we wage war against our fellow countrymen – it will be manufactured by our own government through the use of trauma-based shootings and domestic attacks.
“The government encouraged the manufacture and importation of military firearms for the criminals to use. This is intended to foster a feeling of insecurity, which would lead the American people to voluntarily disarm themselves by passing laws against firearms.
Using drugs and hypnosis on mental patients in a process called Orion, the CIA inculcated the desire in these people to open fire on schoolyards and thus inflame the antigun lobby. This plan is well underway, and so far is working perfectly. The middle class is begging the government to do away with the 2nd amendment.”
Needless to say, the Second Amendment is the only part of the constitution that guarantees us arms in case the leaders declare war on its people or until the leaders fall into lawlessness.
Sometimes it is necessary to call out the truth and to realize that we have reached a point where the red line has been crossed. We hopefully have learned that the way we are now will get worse unless someone or a group of people come together and decide that enough is enough.
Sometime in they year 2020 or 2021, Americans seem to have crossed a psychic barrier and plunged into new territory, a place where things aren’t quite as forbidden as they used to be.
Crowds learned that they could, for example, burn down a police precinct and the police would flee. You could try to set fire to a federal courthouse; you could try to torch the Church of the Presidents in Lafayette Square, across from the White House. You could loot stores and walk away with stuff and the law wouldn’t follow.
Lawlessness when called out to democratic leaders — was ignored and called a myth. Then when a large group of people got the urge to storm the capitol on January 6th — they called it an insurrection –and now we have a long drawn out circus court show trial underway — reminiscent of the same show trials the Soviet Union.
The Capitol riots on Jan. 6 and the rise of violent mass shootings have set off alarm bells about the potential for another descent into internal war. That may seem far-fetched, but there have been literally hundreds of internal conflicts around the world—in countries from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. And more depressingly, in many ways, the U.S. Civil War never actually ended and may indeed be ramping back up.
The law itself—the principle of law, the authority of law—has been sorely tested and feels as if it has been broken. When prosecutors refuse to prosecute real crimes, society is morally under water.
There’s a queasy sense of crisis. Are things all that bad? What does it add up to? Is the country merely traveling over a bad stretch of road? It has happened before, in the second half of the 1960s, for example.
But we also can add the timeline of the 1850’s and of course of the 1700’s prerevolutionary war era.
Civil wars and revolutions sound monolithic — but really they can be as simple as always having to avoid uprisings — shootings and bombings. Something that they are used to in Israel — and something that we are being acclimated to.
Israel goes about its business every day — even in the middle of a civil war.
Civil wars in Venezuela may appear to be disruptive — but the old wars in Belfast Northern Ireland were something that people dealt with every day– always under the shadow of paramilitary terrorism.
Civil wars are unique in their specific causes, the ways they escalate from clashing interests to violence and the ways they de-escalate, but all civil wars share at least three features in common. First, most civil wars follow some prior conflict (often a previous civil war or, more accurately, the highly skewed and politicized memory of a past civil war). The new belligerents nor the issues need not be exactly the same as the old. Most often, a charismatic leader spouts a narrative about past glory or humiliation that suits their ideology, political ambitions, or even flows from simple historical ignorance.
War is defined by the severity of violence and the body count. Technically, the experts say a civil war is defined as any armed conflict that involves, a military action internal to the parent state or state system members. It requires the active participation of the national government; there has to be an effective resistance by the warring parties, and there has to be a total of at least 1,000 battle-deaths during each year of the war.
Hybrid warfare is when a state employs conventional and irregular military forces in conjunction with psychological, economic, political, and cyber assaults. Confusion and disorder ensue when weaponized information exacerbates the perception of insecurity in the populace as political, social, and cultural identities are pitted against one another.
This “blurring” divides influential interest groups and powerful political organizations by exploiting identity politics and allegiances. Additionally, nonlinear warfare tactics act as a deterrent towards a more powerful ally of the besieged state.
We are hearing the words of anger that are kindling the outbreak of civil war that will prove once and for all that America is ungovernable — and needs to be dismantled for the great reset.
Throughout history authoritarian societies idealized war, soldiers, nationalism, militarism, political certainty, fallen warriors, racial cleansing, and a dogmatic allegiance to the homeland and exceptionalism.
We have all been exposed to this kind of government with historic films and television shows about fascist Europe, or Fascist Latino governments. If you take notice, these historic moments of tyranny would mix fascist and religious symbols with the language of God, family, and country, and were integral to promoting servility and conformity among the populace.
These governments also had people in leadership positions that were apostles of greed, autocratic strong men that would shower themselves and their cronies with all of the spoils of extracted wealth, whether stolen from the people or squeezed from their country’s natural resources.
America never really has experienced a controversial bout of political radicalism or even realism. Everything is so sanitized for corporate consumption, and everything has been smooth sailing except for a few glitches along the way –which include crime and poverty — but all in all America seems to function as long as Monday Night Football is not disrupted.
In America, we love our variety, we love our creature comforts– and all of the convenience we have — but much of that is now going away.
We are seeing empty store shelves, panic buying, political fighting, riots in the streets and even our leaders are speaking more like tyrants instead of leaders.
They expect us to follow their orders as they order followers — this was the excuse given by Nazis at Nuremberg — they were just following orders and they all hanged together in the Hague.
But we continue to tell ourselves it is for the greater good — but whatever is good is being destroyed by design.
I know it may sound a bit cliche to say it — and continue to say it , but I often feel that when I hear the idea of revolution — I cringe a bit , because it is just a group of people that for lack of a better grasp on history tend to think that 1776 is a good start for historical comparison through where we are now.
So, in earnest during the Fourth of July weekend, I wanted to do brush up on some of my revolutionary war history to see what comparison I could make and what I found out was a little bit chilling if not eye opening and I wanted to share them with you.
First off we need to understand that the basis of the revolution was to fight tyranny. measure tyranny, a continuation of unbridled power that needed to be shut down or shut out in order for the country to flourish.
This tyranny whether it be against a Monarchy or The Great Reset should stand as a reminder that the people should have the power and that their representatives are not rulers , but leaders that operate the country in behalf of its people.
Somehow we have lost the ability to tell and show the government who is in charge, When the militarized police say they server and protect you need to ask who are they serving and does their service include protecting the constitution from threats Foreign or domestic.
The basic reason for any rebellion is to send a message that tyranny will not stand — it will not stand in any free nation or in any nation that seeks freedom.
I am talking about the tyranny seeking control over people who should be free. Be it the tyranny of the British Empire or the Great Reset. Names change but the spirit remains the same.
The founding fathers may have been crawling out of feudalism, but we are being guided back into it, and it’s the job of those of us who realize this to try and wake up our fellow men, to counter that part of every person disposed to suffer while evils are sufferable.
Then, as now, a major obstacle to liberating people was their own inertia, their own fear of the unknown, their own unwillingness to assert their rights or stand their ground.
Just so we are clear on this matter — I wanted to share with you some of the many grievances that were listed as to the reasons why the people rebelled against King George in the 1770’s
[The King has] rendered the Military independent of and superior to the Civil power.
[imposed] Taxes on us without our Consent
Deprived us in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury:
abolished our most valuable Laws, and altered fundamentally the Forms of our Governments:
Has excited domestic insurrections amongst us
sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people.
Sound familiar? And if the abuses provided by these world order tyrants are the same, then what is inevitable today– ask yourself what is in the planning?
If people are so hell bent on calling this hot mess of a country a public — then there has to be a plan where people will wake up and realize what history has shown us when things get out of hand.
Think of the long train of abuses she all share today and ask yourself how long before it all derails?
Don’t we all have the right and duty to throw them off and be free again?
We also should mark a page in history where we not only see tyranny — but we are also seeing violence, inequality, and race wars being talked about in the media. I harken back to the antebellum age wherein the 1850’s there is another parallel in time… another timeline that we are somehow repeating.
The American theme now is violence and the promise of violence . Homicide rates are dramatically up, not merely because of the mass shootings but in the routine, even ritualized weekend carnage in Chicago and other cities.
A young man from California, heavily armed, allegedly turned up at Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s house in Maryland with a plan to assassinate him over the issues of abortion and guns. Authorities say the would-be killer thought that such a political and, as it were, moral murder would give meaning to his life. Now police stand 24-hour guard at the homes of all Supreme Court justices.
A candidate for U.S. Senate from Missouri has run a campaign video that shows him carrying a long gun and a sidearm, leading a mock commando raid, on the hunt for “RINOS”—Republicans in name only.
Illinois Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger reports mail threatening to execute him, his wife and newborn child. Mr. Kinzinger is an anti-Trump member of the Jan. 6 committee.
Arizona congressional candidate Jerone Davison a black man, ran a campaign ad fending off a mob of Ku Klux Klan members with an AR-15. it is quite effective demonstrating why everyone needs a gun including minorities.
Is it too much to say that this moment feels like the 1850s? It was in 1856 that Rep. Preston Brooks, a pro-slavery South Carolina Democrat, caned the abolitionist Republican Sen. Charles Sumner almost to death on the floor of the Senate. It took Sumner three years to recover.
Eighteen fifty-six was a presidential election year in which three mediocre candidates contended: Democrat James Buchanan, Republican John C. Frémont and Know Nothing former President Millard Fillmore. Buchanan won.
He turned out to be one of the worst American presidents, in the dismal company of Andrew Johnson and Warren Harding. As it happened, that worst president, Buchanan, preceded the best president, Abraham Lincoln—to whom he bequeathed a divided country and a civil war.
Meanwhile, in this timeline we are witnessing, the gradual dismantling of every constitutional principle that serves as a bulwark against government tyranny, overreach and abuse.
.There are hints that we are about to live a repeat performance of what we endured during the peak of the pandemic. The objective is to force everyone will sit at home in their masks surfing the Internet with CNN playing in the background.
The elite will still need to fly around in their private jets and helicopters, and take vacations on their yachts, and, you know, all the usual affluent stuff.
But the rest of us won’t have to go anywhere or meet with anyone in person, because our lives will be one never-ending Zoom meeting carefully monitored by official fact-checkers to ensure we’re not being “misinformed” or exposed to “dangerous conspiracy theories” which could potentially lead to the agonized deaths of millions of people according to Joe Biden.
This is life in the Brave New Normal, or the Great Reset, or whatever they end up calling the new pathologized totalitarianism but before all that we need a moment where it is evident that world war will be started at the same time civil war begins after the left gets their dream if locking up the Russian asset Hitler — Donald Trump. Anyone who voted for him will also be on the hit list — in this antebellum moment.
Anyone who does not support this mindless, corporate-media-generated Anti-Trump Hate-Fest, has been demonized as a “racist,” a “traitor,” an “anti-Semite,” a “conspiracy theorist,” or some other type of “far-right extremist.”
No, it seriously a symptom of a sick country in a pre civil war stance. In a pre revolution mindset — an antebellum ante bedlam mindset.
World governments are collapsing — poverty and increases in inflation are creating food wars.
Long lines are back at food banks around the U.S. as working Americans overwhelmed by inflation turn to handouts to help feed their families. With gas prices soaring along with grocery costs, many people are seeking charitable food for the first time, and more are arriving on foot.
Inflation in the U.S. is at a 40-year high and gas prices have been surging since April 2020, with the average cost nationwide briefly hitting $5 a gallon in June. Rapidly rising rents and an end to federal COVID-19 relief have also taken a financial toll.
The food banks, which had started to see some relief as people returned to work after pandemic shutdowns, are struggling to meet the latest need even as federal programs provide less food to distribute, grocery store donations wane and cash gifts don’t go nearly as far.
Another fear that is on the horizon is the possibility that a decision to launch nuclear weapons is becoming more of a reality.
New York City has released a public service announcement for a nuclear attack weeks after Russian state media claimed Putin could wipe out the US East Coast.
In the new clip released Monday, the city’s Emergency Management Department tells New Yorkers: ‘So there’s been a nuclear attack. Don’t ask me how or why. Just know that the big one has hit. OK. So what do we do?’
A city spokesperson tells citizens: ‘While the likelihood of a nuclear weapon incident occurring in/near New York City is very low, it is important New Yorkers know the steps to stay safe.’
The three simple steps for New Yorkers to follow are to ‘get inside, stay inside and stay tuned’ to broadcasts about what to do next. There is a reminder that staying in a car is not an option. ‘Don’t go outside until officials say it’s safe,’ we’re told. The PSA spokesperson continues: ‘If you were outside after the blast, get clean immediately. Remove and bag all outer clothing, to keep radioactive dust or ash away from your body.’
People are also encouraged to head to a basement if they have one. There is no mention of ‘duck and cover’ in the video.
To close the video, our spokesperson cheerfully tells us: ‘Alright. You’ve got this.’
In May 2022, Russian state media has issued a chilling new nuclear threat to the US, boasting that Putin could wipe out the entire East and West coast with just four missiles.
Yesterday, former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev invoked Wednesday the possibility of nuclear war if the International Criminal Court (ICC) moves to punish Moscow for alleged crimes in Ukraine.
He accused the United States of wanting to put Moscow in front of international tribunals, while itself never facing punishment for its own wars which, according to him, caused 20 million deaths worldwide.
“The whole of American history, starting from the suppression of the Indians, is bloody wars of annihilation,” said 56-year-old Medvedev, referring to native Americans. Since Putin sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, Medvedev has regularly taken to social media to lash out at the West and those critical of Moscow.
Last month, he called those who “hate” Russia, “degenerates” and vowed to work to “make them disappear.”
Despite the World Economic Forum severing ties with Russia, Moscow has shown little interest in deviating from Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset playbook. For Russia, divorce with the Davos-devout West represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and, by all indications, reset.
Russia wants a World Order — but a World Order that shares the same vision of China.
As the saying goes, if you only have a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. The West has the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), a self-declared “defensive” military alliance – so any country that refuses its dictates must, by definition, be an offensive military threat.
That is part of the reason why NATO issued a new “strategic concept” document last week at its summit in Madrid, declaring for the first time that China poses a “systemic challenge” to the alliance, alongside a primary “threat” from Russia.
Beijing views this new designation as a decisive step by NATO on the path to pronouncing it a “threat” too – echoing the alliance’s escalatory approach towards Moscow over the past decade. In its previous mission statement, issued in 2010, NATO advocated “a true strategic partnership” with Russia.
According to a report in the New York Times, China would have found itself openly classed as a “threat” last week had it not been for Germany and France. They insisted that the more hostile terminology be watered down so as to avoid harming their trade and technology links with China.
In response, Beijing accused NATO of “maliciously attacking and smearing” it, and warned that the alliance was “provoking confrontation”. Not unreasonably, Beijing believes NATO has strayed well out of its sphere of supposed “defensive” interest: the North Atlantic.
NATO was founded in the wake of the Second World War expressly as a bulwark against Soviet expansion into Western Europe. The ensuing Cold War was primarily a territorial and ideological battle for the future of Europe, with the ever-present mutual threat of nuclear annihilation.
So how, Beijing might justifiably wonder, does China – on the other side of the globe – fit into NATO’s historic “defensive” mission? How are Chinese troops or missiles now threatening Europe or the US in ways they weren’t before? How are Americans or Europeans suddenly under threat of military conquest from China?
The current NATO logic reads something like this: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February is proof that the Kremlin has ambitions to recreate its former Soviet empire in Europe. China is growing its military power and has similar imperial designs towards the rival, breakaway state of Taiwan, as well as western Pacific islands. And because Beijing and Moscow are strengthening their strategic ties in the face of western opposition, NATO has to presume that their shared goal is to bring western civilization crashing down.
With all of the saber rattling going on one wonders if someone will have an itchy trigger finger but no worries if you believe the nuclear preparedness PSA’s un New York — we got this — right?