MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Yesterday, I took some time off to rest a bit. I guess I was overdoing it during the 911 observance and so Monday came and I wasn’t available. It gave me some time, however, to watch a lot of the mainstream news and if you are not aware, the gates are going up around the Capitol and the National Guard is on standby because intelligence has been tipped off that there will be another rally — where those who are participating are already being labeled as domestic terrorists.
We are seeing an unprecedented beginning; one that feels like a haphazard civil war, but a civil war in which a lot of civil society is already passionately engaged against the government, against political philosophy, technocratic take over, sexual misconduct, drugs, religion, race, economy and the list goes on.
In my life, I have never seen anything like this. It appears to be a controlled demolition of what we stand for and it destabilizes almost everything, and that’s both horrific and creates a form of morbid curiosity.
My morbid curiosity gets the best of things at times and so I go off on my knowledge of history and how major events take place immediately after there is a small trickle of information indicating that there has to be a breaking point.
Over time, we have learned that when we see the failures of big government, and then we begin to see little acts of resistance, the fear of lashing out in a big way dies, and we start seeing a deluge of true revolutions involving everything from medicine to economics.
Keep in mind that when the Berlin Wall came down, there were signs that it was crumbling. If you connect the dots you are not as surprised when revolutionary things happen that have an impact on how people live.
Before Rome fell, the leaders were dancing in its corpse before they eventually had to admit that it was done.
People are now saying that we are now due for another incredible change that can be positive or negative depending on how we adapt.
The underlying attitudes that are being expressed in social media circles are indicating that pressure has been building for decades.
When a major event is planned and is carried out, the smaller events that took place which led up to the event, seem obvious in retrospect.
It is now time to stop denying the fact that the immediate future is not going to be anything close to what we are experiencing now in the present.
The decentralization of information is now revealing that perhaps it is time to not always believe the narrative that you continually tell yourself. Some people act so cock sure that they can rely on everything to fit in a box, and then when reality abruptly becomes foreign or shocking they become angry or blame someone else for the reason they were incredulous in the first place.
The unfortunate thing about the typical American is that they are too comfortable with the idea that America is too big to fail. They believe that our very form of government is immune to collapsing into a different form. Americans should know full well that our government is teetering on the brink of socialism, communism, and even despotism.
It is time to realize that Americans can’t allow their politics as usual to continue. They do not apply in chaos, and I promise you they won’t.
If we put this history in the present context; that is, the context of an “intelligence community” wanting full control of government ,
We have to now carefully analyze the information outlets that are serving as mouthpieces for our disaffected agents that want to keep pushing this “blackmail” agenda because eventually it will bring down the system and destabilize to a point where agents that are authorities within the Deep State will force the hand of the Commander-in-Chief.
If he does not comply history has shown us what happens then.
The technocracy and the medical surveillance state is now in control– and the media is giving Joe Biden a hall pass.
President Joe Biden’s national vaccine mandate sparked a lot of debate and set political seismometers jumping even more frantically than usual. Most commentary has focused on two issues: Is forcing people to take vaccines a good idea, and will the courts sign off on the government’s authority to do so?
Those are great discussions to have, though anything involving “forcing people” should be a non-starter by default. But another important question is raised by the president’s gambit to displace the Afghanistan fiasco from the headlines: How, in the United States, can one guy just impose his preferred policies, whether they’re good, bad, or indifferent?
Just after the 911 attacks the media criticized President George W. Bush when he pushed the Patriot Act — now, he is a media darling because of the harsh words he gave at the 911 memorial.
Bush compared domestic violent extremists to 9/11 terrorists.
This morning I woke up and read one of the most exhausting hit pieces on President Trump that I have ever seen. According to CNN General Milley single-handedly took top-secret action to limit Trump from potentially ordering a dangerous military strike or launching nuclear weapons, according to a new book called, Peril. It is written by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.
Woodward and Costa write that Milley, deeply shaken by the assault, ‘was certain that Trump had gone into a serious mental decline in the aftermath of the election, with Trump now all but manic, screaming at officials and constructing his own alternate reality about endless election conspiracies.’
Milley worried that Trump could ‘go rogue,’ the authors write.
“You never know what a president’s trigger point is,” Milley told his senior staff, according to the book.
In response, Milley took extraordinary action, and called a secret meeting in his Pentagon office on January 8 to review the process for military action, including launching nuclear weapons. Speaking to senior military officials in charge of the National Military Command Center, the Pentagon’s war room, Milley instructed them not to take orders from anyone unless he was involved.
This indicates to me what we have known all along the military intelligence staged a coup in order to force Trump out of the Whitehouse and they will say anything to make the excuse for it.
Milley’s fear was based on his own observations of Trump’s erratic behavior. His concern was magnified by the events of January 6 and the ‘extraordinary risk’ the situation posed to US national security, the authors write. Milley had already had two back-channel phone calls with China’s top general, who was on high alert over the chaos in the US.
Then Milley received a blunt phone call from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to the book. Woodward and Costa exclusively obtained a transcript of the call, during which Milley tried to reassure Pelosi that the nuclear weapons were safe.
Pelosi pushed back.
“What I’m saying to you is that if they couldn’t even stop him from an assault on the Capitol, who even knows what else he may do? And is there anybody in charge at the White House who was doing anything but kissing his fat butt all over this?”
Pelosi continued, “You know he’s crazy. He’s been crazy for a long time.”
According to Woodward and Costa, Milley responded, “Madam Speaker, I agree with you on everything.”
So while all of the mob activity was going on -on January sixth , Pelosi and Milley made their move.
After the call, Milley decided he had to act. He told his top service chiefs to watch everything “all the time.” He called the director of the National Security Agency, Paul Nakasone, and told him, “Needles up … keep watching, scan.” And he told then-CIA Director Gina Haspel, “Aggressively watch everything, 360.”
The authors write, ‘Milley was overseeing the mobilization of America’s national security state without the knowledge of the American people or the rest of the world.’
Back in February, I posted an article form Time Magazine on Facebook hoping that those who read my posts would go beyond the headline and read it thoroughly. it had the headline: “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election.” I exhorted my listeners to read the article but some thought it was an anti-Trump article and rejected it outright.
It wasn’t — it was surprisingly blatant article about how the shadow government successfully fortified the election for Biden and that they secretly took charge of government matters while the people focused on some painted clown wearing a horned hat.
Molly Ball Nancy Pelosi’s official biographer admitted to a conspiracy where she wrote:
“Even though it sounds like a paranoid fever dream- a well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information.”
Lest you think that this was a subversion of democracy, Ball informs us that “they were not rigging the election; they were fortifying it.”
Another conclusion you might come to is that many of the political figures whom you believed were serving those who elected them into office, actually serve the interests of a clique of technocrats and billionaires lusting over the deconstruction of western civilization.
This clique are those who wish to impose “The Great Reset.”
Now we are at a point where our President has no Problem with unilateral power — Trump threatened to use it — Biden is using it to mandate vaccines.
But again, how can one person do this in a country with a Constitution that lays out the limited powers of the state, and provides for two other co-equal branches of government? It’s as if the president has become a king—and many people embrace the development, so long as they like the outcome. In fact, that’s a fair interpretation of the system under which we live, and the direction in which it’s evolved from the beginning.
The media has to cautiously tread around the truth that all President Biden has to do is make everything a war — and have it be continuous in order to keep the technocracy intact.
For anyone old enough to have been alive and aware of the attacks of September 11, 2001 and of COVID-19 in 2020, memory may serve to remind one of an eerie parallel between the two operations.
The fundamental tie that binds them is that both events aroused the human fear of death. Underlying all fears is the fear of death. A fear that has both biological and cultural roots. On the biological level, we all react to death threats in a fight or flight manner.
Culturally, there are multiple ways that fear can be allayed or exacerbated, purposely or not. Usually, culture serves to ease the fear of death, which can traumatize people, through its symbols and myths.
Religion has for a long time served that purpose, but when religion loses its hold on people’s imaginations, especially in regard to the belief in immortality, as Orwell pointed out in the mid-1940s, a huge void is left. Without that consolation, fear is usually tranquilized by trivial pursuits.
However, when leaders use death as a threat against their own people it is a criminal act of psychological warfare.
Orwell, did a great job of describing how empty words of politicians somehow fill the air but give little of substance to the people when he said: War rhetoric, like all stilted political language, is tailored “to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.
In the cases of the attacks of September 11, 2001 and the current coronavirus operation, the fear of death has been used by the power elites in order to control populations and institute long-planned agendas. There is a red thread that connects the two events.
Both events were clearly anticipated and planned.
In the case of September 11, 2001, as I have argued before, linguistic mind-control was carefully crafted in advance to conjure fear at the deepest levels with the use of such magic words as Pearl Harbor, Homeland, Ground Zero, the Unthinkable, and 9/11.
Each in its turn served to raise the fear level dramatically. Each drew on past meetings, documents, events, speeches, and deep associations of dread. This language was conjured from the chief sorcerer’s playbook, not from that of an apprentice out of control.
Then we had the crucially important anthrax attacks that are linked to 9/11. Graeme MacQueen, in The 2001 Anthrax Deception, brilliantly shows that these too were a domestic conspiracy.
These planned events led to the invasion of Afghanistan, the Patriot Act, the U.S. withdrawal from the ABM Treaty, the invasion of Iraq , the ongoing war on terror, etc.
Let us not forget years of those fraudulent color-coded warnings of the terrorist levels and the government admonition to use duct tape around your windows to protect against a massive chemical and biological attack.
As with the duct tape admonitions after 9/11, now everyone is advised to wear a mask. It’s interesting to note that the 3M Company, a major seller of duct tape, is also one of the world’s major sellers of face masks. The company was expected to be producing 50 million N95 respirator masks per month by June 2020 and 2 billion globally within the coming year. Then there is 3M’s masking tape…but this is a sticky topic.
After the attacks of September 11, 2001, we were told repeatedly that the world was changed forever. Now, we are told that after COVID-19, life will never be the same.
This is the “new normal,” while the post-9/11-pre-COVID-19 world must have been the old new normal. So everything is different but normal also.
As with 9/11, there is ample evidence that the coronavirus outbreak was expected and planned; that people have been the victims of a propaganda campaign to use an invisible virus to scare us into submission and shut down the world’s economy for the global elites.
People often cite Operation Northwoods documents as the bible for anything that appears to be a false flag but while the Northwoods document us an old example of plans carried out that can be blamed on a scapegoat, the new or newer documents that can be read are The Project for the New American Century, the 2010 Rockefeller Report, the October 18, 2019 Event 201, and Agenda 21, among other documents that are no conspiracy theory.
Like the unseen terrorists and a war against “terrorism,” which is a tactic and therefore not something you can fight, a virus is invisible except when the media presents it as a pale, orange-spiked bunch of floating weird balls that are everywhere and nowhere. Watch your back, watch your face, mask up, wash your hands, keep your distance – you never know when those orange spiked balls may get you.
As with 9/11, whenever anyone questions the official narrative of COVID-19, the official statistics, the validity of the tests, the effectiveness of masks, the powers behind the heralded vaccine to come, and the horrible consequences of the lockdowns that are destroying economies, killing people, forcing people to despair and to commit suicide, creating traumatized children, bankrupting small and middle-sized businesses for the sake of enriching the richest, the corporate media mock the dissidents as conspiracy nuts, aiding the viral enemy.
This is so even when the dissenters are highly respected doctors, scientists, intellectuals, et al., who are regularly disappeared from the internet.
With September 11, there were initially far fewer dissenters than now, and so the censorship of opposing viewpoints didn’t need the blatant censorship that is now growing daily.
This censorship happens all across the internet now, quickly and stealthily, the same internet that is being forced on everyone as the new normal as presented in the Great Global Reset, the digital lie, where, as Anthony Fauci put it, no one should ever shake hands again.
Is this the normal we want — is it what we deserve? The powers have beholden to an intelligence cabal that wishes to keep the war going on and on and on.
We have seen a transformation that has taken 20 years to achieve now with the “enemy” being invisible gives those in power control over the psychological well-being of the country. Declaring war on the invisible enemy is a motivator to push an Orwellian dystopia on the American people.
All of the wars since the 9/11 attacks up until now have been open ended– the war against COVID -19 is open ended as well.
Rather than lay out an achievable but ambitious long-term goal to protect Americans, we are again the victims as there are among us leaders willing to abuse their power by taking advantage of the fear that they themselves generated.
Meanwhile, the media does not question the party as it is evident that rather than having state television, we are now watching Deep State television where the opposition is controlled with bleach blonde and well-groomed talking heads praising Trump –while younger virtue signaling hypocrites attack everything that comes out of his mouth.
As history unfolds it becomes quite clear that our interpretation of news events is based on quick glances at a newspaper, magazine or news program that is funded, owned and/or operated by a corporation that has a controlling political interest in what is being reported. This type of journalism is what you would expect in a country where the press is no longer objective. It usually turns up in countries that are highly controlled.
How do our would-be commanders envision the war on coronavirus playing out? They appear to not have a plan to pull us out of the war we are in –again this is right out of Orwell’s Playbook:
“The war is not meant to be won. It is meant to be continuous. The essential act of modern warfare is the destruction of the produce of human labor. A hierarchical society is only possible on the basis of poverty and ignorance. In principle, the war effort is always planned to keep society on the brink of starvation.”
This tactic seems to be working — scarcity has arrived and the priest class — the technocrats and the President are now more like monarchs and minions.
War has always been vital to the preservation of the state. Wars make rulers rich, and people scared. They unite nations behind leaders and distract from domestic political issues.
But, as nations become more powerful, weapon technology more advanced, and global power centralized in giant corporations rather than nations, war – in the traditional sense – becomes more expensive, more dangerous, and largely meaningless.
Essentially the old-fashioned motivations for warfare no longer apply, but the ancillary domestic benefits of war-like policy remain. While the state, and their corporate backers, no longer need to take part in pitched battles over the best farmland, they do still need their subjects to believe they are under attack.
In short, by necessity, “war” has gradually shifted from genuine inter-state conflicts over control of resources, into a top-down tool of psychological manipulation.
And the first stage of that evolution was 9/11. Second Stage is COVID-19 and we can only imagine what the third stage will bring – Domestic terror and cyber warfare were etched in stone and so I would venture and educated guess that this is what is next.
The War on Terror was a new kind of war, yes it was used as a starting point for more traditional wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and then proxy wars in Syria, Libya and Yemen, but its main target was actually domestic. A nationwide psy-op war designed to keep 350 million people in a semi-permanent state of fear.
It was the natural next step in the Orwellian redefinition of “war” as a concept.
If the primary aims of your war are a) To maintain domestic control of your population, and b) To funnel tax-payer money into bloated contracts with the private sector, then do you really need to declare war on a foreign country?
In fact, do you need an actual physical “war” at all? Isn’t the idea of a war just as good?
And if all you need is the idea of a war, what better way than to declare war on an idea. Why not make your enemy an abstract concept?
Because the great thing about going to war on an abstract concept is you can’t ever lose, and you never have to win. The war can go on forever.
This idea was first trialed with “the war on drugs”. But that didn’t work because people actually quite like drugs and drugs are a vital income stream for the Deep State.
So it fizzled.
The war on terror is better. Since “terror” is an abstract noun with no solid reality, it can mean anything you want it to mean. “The war on terror” can be domestic or foreign, political or military, overt or covert or both. It can’t be won, it can’t be lost, and it only ends when you say it does.
Intelligence groups can continue to push fear and people want someone or something to deliver them from their terror.
Who better than a tyrant or a king? People have lost their perception of what is happening. The Kings magicians created an invisible dragon, and it can be a convenient bogeyman to keep the power hold intact.
According to the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group, “87 percent of Americans say that a democratic political system is a good way of governing the country.” That’s great, but “one-third (33 percent) of Americans have at some point in the last three years said that they think having ‘a strong leader who doesn’t have to bother with Congress or elections’ would be a good system of government. And about a quarter (24 percent) have said at some point that ‘army rule’ would be a good system. Put another way, while fewer than one in 10 Americans consistently supports an authoritarian option, a third of Americans ‘dabble’ in authoritarianism.”
Democrats were more inclined to bypass elections while Republicans were more inclined to bypass Congress. Independents came off as especially authoritarianism-curious. Yes, that’s a minority of Americans but it’s a big minority, and probably enough to motivate politicians inclined to do as they please, anyway.
The answer, then, is that Biden issued a unilateral vaccine mandate because the presidency has always had monarchical tendencies and, through multiple administrations, chief executives succumbed to the temptation to exercise power and leave more for their successors. The courts may ultimately restrain the president, but you can bet that will leave many Americans angry that their king was thwarted.