Karin Johnson and Channel 5 Stoke Protests into West Chester: What happens next will be their fault

I know Channel 5’s Karin Johnson a bit, I used to see her more around town, especially during the Lakota Levy days and I can say that I have liked her. But I was more than a little enraged by her actions in helping blow on the flames of discontent while covering the riots down in Cincinnati when those protests turned north and flowed over into West Chester. Watching Channel 5’s coverage it was obvious that they were trying to fan the flames of a mob into creating a news story in Cincinnati’s suburbs that they expected to take off and become a national story, and it was just shameful. I expect a lot more out of her personally. I will say this to her and to Channel 5 as an organization, if those protestors come up out of the I-275 loop and start bringing the Black Lives Matter crowd with their Antifa anarchists into the streets of suburbia and those kids end up getting hurt because of it, the blame is on them for provoking it with the promise of news coverage. If she had just reported the news as it happened that would be one thing, but Karin, like many of these reporters across the country are trying to make names for themselves by helping create the news, by blowing on the flames to spread the fire, and that’s very bad.

Once the protestors did arrive in West Chester around 6 PM at the clock tower Helena Battipaglia from the same station, WLWT as Karin, the way they covered the story was no different than a couple of campers blowing on a campfire trying to get wet wood to ignite into a bonfire. It was sick to see such a small-minded effort applied to the very good community of West Chester, where there is great diversity and opportunity for all who want it applied to a considerable population of people. West Chester is not blue state territory, it is well managed by very gifted politicians and is a very small government for its size of community. To see outside agitators come in and try to start trouble was very menacing, and provocative. It was an insult. And in response, the trustees had to impose for the next month curfews which will further restrict businesses trying to recover from Covid-19. And the agitators were not the protestors, they were the media starving for a story—”protestors move into West Chester!”

Then to make matters worse, the West Chester police chief kneeled before the protestors, bending the knee and empowering the flames that sent them their in the first place. You don’t bend the knee to protestors. With Karin reporting her story as the protestors being “peaceful,” that is a very naive position. The protestors in Minneapolis were peaceful at first too, but once they pushed the limits of the law just a little bit, and they saw no arrests or consequences, they turned up the aggression to looting and violence. In cities like Cincinnati where the overhaul of Over-the-Rhine is essentially lipstick on a pig, the real underbelly of crime and bad conduct is still there, the same passivity that ruined downtown is still alive, and has allowed protestors to be more embolden than they deserve. But people moved away from the cities for a reason, and if that garbage comes to people’s front porches, then there will be trouble. It has nothing to do with racism, there are many diverse people who live in the suburbs, and they own lots of guns and everyone gets along pretty well together. But bad behavior is what comes with these protestors and nobody wants that in West Chester.

It is reckless and irresponsible actions, by the media in this case, to inspire a bunch of bored protestors looking for something to do, to be a part of, and to exploit them to perpetuate violence and disruption in a neighborhood not even remotely guilty of the kind of sins the protestors are protesting. The chants the protestors brought with them are not peaceful, they are part of the Black Lives Matter national aggression campaign, and when West Chester Police are kneeling before them, surrendering before the fight even started, it was to appease the mob before it turned ugly. Karin and her reporter friends would like to think that they brought people together, that their spin on the story helped ease tensions, and inspired police chiefs to kneel to the applause of the protestors. We don’t pay police chiefs a lot of money to kneel before threats to our security. And it was in that moment of weakness that the West Chester Trustees tried to take the edge off by voting for a curfew to take away the temptation of violence. Again, the business owners and residents who want to enjoy their lives have been disrupted by government mismanagement. These protestors made their announcement after a successful campaign down the highway in Cincinnati. They pushed the police chief there to bend the knee, so they felt empowered, and Karin Johnson was there to give them time on camera and a microphone in their faces for their next potential victory. So they picked West Chester to send a real message. And now more business closures are the result, more misery, more panic, and police who turned yellow at the first sign of trouble.

I was greatly relieved later the next day to see that Sheriff Jones of Butler County reported to reporters that he would not bend the knee. Rightfully, he expressed the rights of protestors, but indicated that he wasn’t going to kneel before anybody. That is the right thing to do, you don’t apologize for things you are not guilty of just so that mobs don’t loot your stores and beat up innocent people, and that is what is meant behind the threat of the protests. Protests are fine until they cross the line, and once they impede people’s rights to live, blocking highways, shutting down businesses, and forcing people into a defensive state, they have gone too far. If Jones hadn’t taken that position in Butler County, then more protestors would be emboldened from the mistakes made in West Chester by their police chief. Its one thing to let people practice free speech, its quite another to put your arm around them and hope they remain peaceful because they have reputations of violence. To make peace with an aggressor shows weakness, and that’s when things do turn worse.

It is not a hard argument, if Channel 5 had not been stroking the fires of discontent, it is highly unlikely those protestors would have traveled north into West Chester. This is not unusual to just Cincinnati, this has been happening all across the country. But I do expect more out of Karin Johnson. I understand trying to get a story and I know the activist side of her. She has always been a school levy supporter and I have always been against higher taxes, so it was always hard to get a fair story out of Channel 5, or any of the mainstreamers for that matter. But this even was way over the top, they drove the story, they didn’t just report it. And because of that, they made the world a much worse place, and they own what happens next.

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Covid Part II: The raging fires of protest fanned by enemies of America

After the first day of the riots, I thought maybe they were a reaction to the police murder in Minneapolis. But after a few days of it and the wall to wall coverage 24 hours per day by the media, it was clear that this was all just Covid part II. The rioting all over the nation was just a media show meant to achieve political results, again in a presidential election year and the perpetrators are a small minority of corporate political types, the same group behind blowing Covid-19 out of proportion. It wasn’t about race relations; it was just another feeble attempt to bring the black population back into the Democrat Party after Joe Biden stepped in it a week or so prior. Organizers of these protests know that there is similar violence that happens every day in America but this one they made sure got the news coverage as they fanned the flames diligently to inspire the raging fire we see today.

I was out at a campsite recently and I watched a guy trying to start a fire with a lawn blower, which was very effective. Usually when I start a fire and its small and barely smoking I’ll get down close and blow on it, or I’ll fan it with my hat to spread the heat until the fire takes off on its own. Soon you can have a raging fire if you feed the flames. But this guy with the lawn blower had a good idea. He started with a lot of wood that was pretty wet. He started the fire with some garbage then used the blower to really spread the heat and within about three minutes, he had a raging bonfire that was so hot, we had to move back all the chairs. That is what happened with the George Floyd situation, it was a small fire of evil that murdered the guy in police custody which deserves punishment. But along came the media with their lawn blower and broadcast it to every corner of the world with great emphasis to start a race war, so to take away any positive that President Trump has done, to hopefully erase what a buffoon Joe Biden is, and to cover up the role the FBI had in setting up General Flynn and Roger Stone in attempting to undermine an American election.

Oh, its no conspiracy theory dear reader, the CIA deliberately destabilizes regions around the world for the exact same reasons, anybody who thinks the same games aren’t at play here is just being naive, and stupid by choice. The American intelligence agencies have been caught, so of course their going to try to defend themselves with any distraction they can get. Now that Covid-19 has worn thin they need another crisis, and this attempt at a race war is it. Isn’t it just a little strange that the entire nation was pent up on lockdowns for months and are now released at this exact moment, and suddenly nobody cares about social distancing. And the mandate to wear masks is keeping a lot of these criminals from being identified, not that anybody is worried about going to jail—unless you are one of the good guys. The question most people have about a topic like this is how a sort of master plan could be implemented, after all, no one person could be that smart and conniving. Well, that’s the thing, the crimes are not done by individuals, but by collective input through a system of thought. The planners of the Covid “plandemic” and of these race riots know the nature of people just as a cowboy knows the manner of cattle or sheep. If they crack a whip and make a loud noise the sheep run in the direction the cowboys herd them. And that is how large groups of people are controlled by a minority of planners even to this very day.

I’ve been all over this country and have traveled all over the world several times, the world they show on television with these race riots are very small parts of America. People don’t act like that outside of the cities, and if thugs like the organized protestors did, they wouldn’t make it too far, because people wouldn’t put up with it. Most of America isn’t like what you see on TV, and that is where the real terror is for the political left. The media makes it look worse by putting the camera up close to the action in an inner-city protest, but most of the rest of the world is untouched by the effects. And that is the big secret they are trying to contain. There is safety in the herd and the herds stick close to liberal mayors and governors because that’s who feeds them their grain and water. But the herd won’t drift too far away from those cities because its very unsafe for them out there. And that is where the Trump voters are, in those large lands between the cities who don’t pick up their phone for polling surveys, and they don’t wear masks for coronavirus because they’re not stupid. They think independently and aren’t easily herded around. For the corrupt American intelligence operatives who don’t want President Trump to be re-elected, they have no problem throwing local law enforcement under the bus to save their own skins. They’ll do anything to survive, even in starting a race war with the media’s cooperation to spread the flames of discontent.

But I see it as just another hoax, and I can say that because I spend most of my time away from the cities, and I know the people well who live between them. They aren’t buying into this garbage, neither the Covid crap or the race wars. And there are a lot more of them than there are of the radical extremists who are starting all these fires all over the country. The only weapon the opposition has is fear, and if people aren’t afraid, then the aggressors have nothing to work with, and they know it. That’s why they are pressing so hard at this point in the election, they are looking for something, anything that might work to stop voters from picking Trump again. And Trump gets it, that’s why he is reminding everyone of the election, because the nation isn’t on fire due to natural circumstances. It is because the left is losing their position, that is why there was a Covid-19 lockdown, and that is what is behind these riots. In many ways, the riots are the best thing that could have happened, because they prove that the social distancing was a complete hoax all along. The moment the riots occurred, the social distancing crap went right out the window. Nobody cared, and guess what, Covid cases will not increase proportionally. Nobody extra will get sick. All this social distancing that has been enacted will be for nothing costing many businesses a lot more money than the looting rioters have cost. And the panic presently isn’t among most Americans, its in the media culture, the anti-Trumpers, and the schemers of the Deep State—they are losing their grip on the minds of mankind and they don’t know what to do about it. They have thrown everything at us that they can, yet people really don’t care.

Its not about race, there are lots of people of color who live between those cities and nobody bothers each other. It’s a city problem among people who have been attached to victimization by Democrats who have all the trouble. And in Chicago think of how many black kids were killed recently. People see the scam and it no longer works. People are turning off the news and watching Netflix or playing PlayStation. They are not easily herded around anymore because they do have options. And when given a choice, they’ll vote for Donald Trump once again.

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You Have Been Suckered Again America: This time by the media driven riots for all the same reasons

I hate to be the one to tell you this dear reader, but you’ve been suckered again. These riots, they are manufactured just like the Covid-19 “plandemic” was. Sure, like the virus, something bad happened. George Floyd was killed by an overly aggressive police officer during an arrest, and he deserves punishment, the police officer. And as in Covid-19, there was a virus, it was dangerous to .002% of the population, mostly those in nursing homes. But the public reaction was stoked by the news outlets functioning under corporate socialism for reasons of ratings necessity rather than actually reporting the news. Additionally, and this is the case more and more this year with Fox News, they are looking for ways to bump Trump from the White House and in the fall, these optics will be in campaign ads to show Trump’s America. Even though all these riots are in states and cities controlled by Democrats largely. And for those Democrat mayors coming off the debts they racked up during the coronavirus lockdowns, these riots are a welcomed distraction. Who could argue more money from the feds if it was being applied to race relations? Yeah, these riots started off as one thing, but they are now all about activism and distractions.

I don’t talk much about corporate socialism much because I like corporations in general. But they have emerged under the ideas of socialism because the big ones have to cozy up to governments to survive all the massive regulations that are imposed on them, and most governments lean toward socialism anyway. So through their relationships with government, they become more socialist than free enterprise. This topic has been on my mind a lot over the last 15 years and is coming together in a new book I’ve been working on which I’m editing now.

Not to toot my own horn, but if I’m being honest, which I always am, its pretty brilliant stuff. About a year back when I was talking to a typical corporate socialist about the book and its title, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, they were quite surprised and wondered what I could be working on that hasn’t already been done. I told them, “it’s America’s Art of War, and its about time we have something like that for western culture instead of looking toward the Asians for spiritual guidance in the ways of war and business.” They sort of looked at me suspiciously and shrugged it off. The core issue of these messes we are seeing are the corporate desires to improve quarter to quarter in the news business and lets face it, with people locked in their homes for three months terrified over the media driven plandimic that was Covid-19, its hard to have a next quarter of ratings that the pin head bureaucrats in government and at the top of these corporations running news can deal with.

It’s the same game with school levies, which is how this site started. We are supposed to surrender property taxes over to the local schools to pay for the future of our children, when in reality its really about school board members who don’t manage their budgets who give away money to radicalized leftist teachers to brain wash our next generation while the lazy parents pawn their kids off for the free babysitting that government schools offer in exchange. Covid-19 was about preparing the world for socialism as was the World Health Organization’s intention in conjunction with China, and it gave a nice cover story for many doctors in the medical community who are facing serious legal scrutiny with the way vaccines have been manufactured and are creating retroviruses in unsuspecting recipients, as Dr. Judy Mikovits has told a very compelling story in her best selling books on the subject, especially her book ‘Plague.’

And of course the race riots are meant to run a cover story for all the Democrats and some Republicans who screwed up their budgets during the Covid lockdowns, and it helps the news media like Fox maintain those great ratings they had during the plandemic. I say “plandemic” rather than “pandemic” because I don’t believe the Covid-19 virus was a pandemic. It was planned and distributed for political reasons, purely. And in an election year with the people of Minneapolis already upset about the unjustified killing of George Floyd, it only took some George Soros fan blowing and some Fox News instigation to make heroes out of the protestors who wanted to get on TV doing something besides sitting around in their homes for the last three months, so the riots weren’t hard to start and for the reasons I said. Soros and his friends get political footage to help fight Trump this fall, and the news feeds get a ratings bump that they were desperate for in the wake of Covid-19 which people are no longer afraid of as they had been, now that the facts are much clearer.

The real villain in all this is corporate socialism, because like all socialist societies, they are not creative and functioning from a flow of intellect but are rather slow and cumbersome. Their need for ratings without producing original content is their driving force and the corrosive effects can be found in almost all large corporations, except for perhaps Chick-fil-A which governments should study to become better themselves. Everyone else fails miserably, then wonders with bewilderment why these riots started all over the country simultaneously. That is always the story with socialists and in this case both government and the media culture went all in on Covid-19 only to find out it wasn’t that deadly. So people are mad and ready to take action. The real impact of the budget crises hasn’t even come close to being realized. In Ohio, Governor DeWine is looking at around $5 billion in a deficit, but because he played like a nice Boy Scout to what he thinks the White House wanted him to do, and because Trump needs to win Ohio for the next run for President, the governor is counting on a federal bailout. But so is every other state, and to secure it, they needed something to change the narrative to something more favorable to them. Nothing like a good riot to burn down their cities and secure more federal funding without their bad judgment over Covid being talked about.

But don’t think for one second dear reader that the world is just falling apart on its own. No, rather it is being destroyed on purpose by the needs of corporate, and governmental socialism to cover their bad behavior and hope that the light comes off them long enough to survive. All this isn’t just happening, it’s a managed crisis, or rather a planned reaction to a tragedy that has been overblown on purpose, for the needs of everyone except those doing the protesting. They are the useful idiots, just as during school levy attempts there are angry moms who have asses that take up way too much real-estate lobbying for money for their kids, while the real issues are never even talked about. Anywhere that socialism lives, whether its in corporations, or in governments, we see these kinds of crises brewing and we will never have a civil society until socialism isn’t part of the discussion. Until then, there will be more problems and the news will report it like this is the last day on earth. Not because it is, but because they need to get to that next ratings meeting with some results, and their bosses won’t remember that there was a pandemic, or a nationally televised murder. They just want numbers and they want them now.

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Thank You, Elon Musk: America is back in space in spite of the challenges

I would like to thank Elon Musk and the very fine people from Space X and NASA for one of the best days I can remember in a long time. For a lot of people they watched the launch of the Crew Dragon off of Cape Canaveral with awe and some claps of appreciation as America returned to launching people into space once again, but my level of appreciation is in understanding the sheer magnitude of the mountains in aerospace that had to be moved to make such a thing even remotely possible. It was a massive step for American culture to do which was much harder than anybody I think truly realizes. The tenacity of the Space X team to get to that point is much more impressive than the technical perils that were faced to make sure that launch occurred safely on a Saturday afternoon at the end of May 2020. It was amazing to watch, especially to see as the astronauts traveling out into space toward the International Space Station as the Falcon rocket that ferried them into space re-landed on a pad in the ocean ready to use again. It was a bold endeavor and is an appropriate answer to many of the challenges we have been witnessing lately which require a bit of discussion.

When the now disgraced Dr. Fauci from the Covid-19 ordeal professed early during the nationwide lockdowns that we were all victims to the desires of the virus he was expressing the sentiments of many people in the world who insinuate that mankind is destined to crawl back into the caves of our origin and to surrender our fate to nature. Rather, people like Musk and many of the best innovators that the world has ever seen make other decisions that are not rooted in below the line approaches to life’s problems. To date, I think Ayn Rand has best described the situation in her great American novels on the subject and in one particular opinion book of her’s ‘Return of the Primitive.’ I couldn’t help but think of that book as I watched news coverage of the riots all day breaking out all over the nation—or should I say provoked. It showed much how little we have advanced as a culture since the days of the moon landing where a great technical feat had been accomplished but a month later the Woodstock musical festival showed the future that our political class really wanted, mankind behaving like animals cleaving at the mud like a bunch of losers to remain in perpetual victimhood. Ayn Rand understood the problem America was facing and that is why Walt Disney liked her so much, that is also why there is a very nice monument dedicated to her on display at The American Adventure exhibit at Epcot Center in Disney World. When you come in the main doors to the building it is straight across the foyer on the opposite wall. There are other testaments to other great American personalities, but that one is the first that you see, and its there for a reason.

Specifically the Ayn Rand novel ‘Atlas Shrugged’ is all about the problem in America with those who want to create and be free to discover new innovations and the class of people who struggle to maintain control over fate as they always have which want to cleave to the primitive desires of our long history back to the caves of origin. Her other great book, ‘The Fountainhead’ more specifically gets into the nature of who makes what happen in the world and she was absolutely correct. We do not come to things in the world through collective salvation. There would be no Space X if not for Elon Musk’s 20-year commitment to the cause. As President Trump said, Musk could have taken his billions of dollars and lived the life of a playboy having fun with it, but instead he has taken it and put it to good use to make something out of nothing. It’s the kind of story we’d find in Atlas Shrugged instead of The Canterbury Tales. We’ve come a long way in human thinking, from one to the other and without question, people get it at some primal level. But the protests now are the same protests as then, there is a political class that goes back to the aristocracy of the past who want to be kings and queens, and if not in those top jobs, to be in the court. They want that structure for the human race because they understand it. There is risk in the future, in traveling to space and moving beyond the herd of civilization and they don’t want to lose that power over average ordinary people. So they fan the flames of the race tensions into riotous conditions and they vote to create all the laws possible to lay in front of people like Elon Musk to keep them earth bound and under their control until the earth eventually dies with everyone on it.

Yet to see that beautiful capsule of Space X all in white with great technology on board and the astronauts living in it relatively comfortably for the long voyage to the space station we can see progress, where we couldn’t see it on earth. In the city streets of Democrat controlled regions the race riots were just as bad as they were in the 60s, and the same cumbersome minds were in charge of the political order. But because of Space X, there was a chance to move on to new opportunities in space that weren’t there before. In spite of the jealous past, space travel was happening and in style. Mankind had answered the questions of challenge with bold checkmarks to overcome whatever opposition was presented, and it was done in style. Nothing against NASA, but government can’t do it on its own, space needs to be privatized and imaginative. And flights like what Space X did with this first manned flight need to happen several times a week, not once every few months. Eventually, we need to answer the questions of weather and build the ability within ourselves to control it, to dominate nature to our will, and to overcome its jealous tentacles. We were never meant to be victims to its wrath, but its masters. We should appreciate nature, but also do what is in human nature to do, ask questions about our existence and to answer them with adventure. In this case, space is a bold frontier and its time that we get there, and live there, and work there. But first, we have to step beyond the static structures of the past that have held us down and have recently threatened to take over once again where we are victimized by viruses, race relations, politics, economic limits, and slow minded people too timid to solve anything difficult because its just not in their nature. The people who have hated Ayn Rand are those who want to stay in a primitive state for the perpetual future, but Disney understood. And so does Elon Musk, which is something we should all be grateful that he pushed on and did what nobody else would, and broke our self-imposed spell for a future that looks suddenly much more prosperous.

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You Have to Stand for Something: Going along to get along result in riots and failures of social value

So, there is a reason I refer back to that event in 2012 where I was on the air at WLW talking to Scott Sloan about the Latte Sipping Prostitutes as a bench water mark. It wasn’t the worst thing that ever happened in my life, but it was one of those times where many people around me were falling apart over pressure and I was being treated harshly. Lots of very bad people were literally going in for the kill against me and there was this ridiculous assumption that I was supposed to stand there and just take it. That of course is never how I have lived and never will, so on that day it was a decision gate for me and I had to pick. At that time I had a lot to lose, I was publishing a book, I had lots of professional contacts to manage elsewhere, lots of family that count on me to get up every day and hold it together. Yet I put my name next to some very controversial issues to help them along and when there was opposition to those issues and me specifically, I knew there would be a fight and I certainly wasn’t going to back down. At that time I had to make a hard decision, play it safe or go all in, which of course I didn’t play it safe, which “they” always expect you to. I think playing it safe is dishonest, especially when things start getting heated up. When Sloan mentioned to me on the air, I shouldn’t have made such harsh comments about my political opposition because it weakened my argument I of course disagreed. Actually, the opposite is true. You must be willing to stand for something in your life, at the very least, your core values. Yet we are told this is bad and that we are supposed to be inclusive of other people’s feelings, and to suppress our own sentiments—to not judge. There is a big difference between civility and just surrendering thought to attackers who truly want to rule over all our minds with mushy complacency.

This is of course related to what we have seen involving these riots all over the country where many decades of a liberal approach to society has created a kind of monster that has eaten the minds of so many people. The political decision to stop the world in fear of a virus that involves all kinds of malicious government intentions with lockdowns keeping people in their homes scared of an unseen enemy. I would argue that the enemy was never a virus but the unseen intentions of so many in the medical community and within socialist governments that count on us to be quiet and to let them do their malice. It starts with them who are always pushing this civility issue, where they do things and start things that erode away at our life, and that they expect us to take it quietly and not to resist. We are supposed to be OK with transvestites moving into government positions without judgment. Its OK if they call us names like racists, or bigots, but that we should never stoop so low to do the same, and the results have been a slow erosion of values, especially in America that have culminated in people poised to go bat shit crazy with frustration. Then with all that name calling to essentially corral people into their demographic groups so a political class can steer them where they think they can get votes out of them, when they make mistakes in their assessments and it all falls apart over an obvious case of police brutality, then all those pent up feelings have to go somewhere and the total blame deserves to be placed where it belongs.

The essence of the riots, the controversies of conspiracy surrounding Covid-19, the wearing of the stupid masks, the destruction of our economy—most everything in our life that is miserable is that government as a collective body is ridiculously stupid—yet they have asserted themselves as the most important thing ever created. And the panic from them to remain in control as people voted for President Trump to turn over that power to individual people has forced government to overplay their hand and all the controls that were put in place to protect that system from this kind of aggression has fallen apart, completely. And it all could have been alleviated if only people had been more honest with one another from the beginning and one side, “Democrats” did not attempt to rule the world with name calling and victimhood while the other, “Republicans” just stood by and took it as their socialist leaning religions told them to do like Jesus and just turn the other cheek.

I think we have a right and obligation to use free speech to let the pressure off instead of it building destructively over a long period of time. And I thought it was better to let people know what I thought of them during that controversial issue I mentioned while on the air at WLW. The risk to me was that once you get labeled a radical its much more difficult to be a spokesman where you can help with issues, like in my case, the work with No Lakota Levy, or publish books with New York publishers who want controversy in your work, but not in the person they are touting to the media. Ultimately, “they” which is a kind of collective blob that determines our social values want people in their ranks, on their news shows, in their political theater, that they control and I’m never going to give anybody that over my life or the people I care about. Its just never going to happen. So to answer that age old question which I have before, but its even more valuable now, isn’t it better to just get along than to get embroiled in a fight, that if they hit you, you have an obligation to just take it and be the “bigger man, or woman” and stop the conflict right there.

That is precisely how Republicans have found themselves pushed around on every issue just about since the Civil War. That’s also why Donald Trump was elected and the established norms were turned on their head. It certainly didn’t help that the system as we knew it tried to manipulate the election behind our backs showing that we certainly can’t trust the FBI. As we watch these riots, what are people supposed to think? What are they supposed to trust if they can’t trust law enforcement? If they can’t trust government? What are they supposed to do when they can’t trust their local elected officials who can’t even run a school board—and when you question them or stand up to keep them from stealing money from property owners just to give it to a liberal labor union, they try to destroy your life then don’t expect you to fight back—and when you do they are aghast. People have been lied to, they have taken it, and they know better. They may not understand the details of how they arrived at such a place, but they can see that nobody trusts those on the other side, and that could have been alleviated very early in the process by just being honest. You don’t have to shove it down their faces, but you should always stand for what you believe, even if its not fashionable at the time. Being honest about the freak dressed like a woman who is the Health Director of Pennsylvania for instance is a fine example. Or having opinions about abortion, gun rights or even youthful disobedience should be communicated. Its nice if it can be a civil discourse, but its better to have the small little fights along the way than these massive social destroying breakdowns. Because either way, the breakdowns will happen. By pretending that civility has more value than expression, then we are creating that monster moment by moment, and we shouldn’t be surprised when things become so destructive.

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George Floyd’s Murder by Police: The failures of liberalism at every level are to blame

What we are seeing in regard to the police abuse in Minneapolis is the net result of liberalism and its lack of understanding of the nature of a civil society. Nobody will question that police abused George Floyd while arresting him over a minor charge, choking him with a knee to the neck until he died. But the public reaction to it was just an excuse to be bad, to go onto a rampage and throw away the rule of law recklessly, and angerly to claw their way quickly back to the role of the primitive. The death sad as it was only gave those looking for an excuse a way to show their lack of respect for the world around them or the progress of human kind. It is for reasons like this case, that guns are necessary to maintain peace, and respect in every direction, and a society that does not have guns, or a respect for their use quickly falls apart into chaos and anarchy. Without a means to protect progress from the tide of primal desire to crawl back into the cave violence like we have been witnessing in Minneapolis, Minnesota will always occur, because it is the natural state of an animal.

Much like the Covid-19 overreaction to a simple virus people in general are unsettled that their plans did not work. The police failed them as they usually do following a thin blue line between righteousness and chaos. Rules are made by politicians into law, the police enforce them, but the problems with power and corruption are always factors. Anybody who gains power over another whether it’s a governor of a state forcing people to wear masks just to work, or it’s a line leader at McDonald’s, the abuse of power is quick to show itself over other people. For lots of psychological reasons, the thrill of controlling other people with manipulation is hard to manage for most, and abuses come fast and furious. It could be as simple as denying a worker that desired day off on a Saturday when McDonald’s needs a full staff for a busy morning and the manager finds the worker a threat to their power, so the denial is pushed for all the wrong reasons. Or a governor like Mike DeWine who has been a law and order person all his life is suddenly in charge of everything and he likes the power and begins to abuse it everywhere he can to satisfy years of suppressing the secret resentment he has had of being controlled by others, abuse of power is common in every field of endeavor and is the fundamental reason that liberalism never has worked and never will.

It is too much to ask police to manage that power. Most people who have the tendency to be police officers cannot maintain the balance between respecting other people’s rights and having the power to impose rules—even if those rules are not well thought out—onto society not so equipped with intelligence, culture, or other means of arming themselves individually. Liberalism has created by the very nature of it’s philosophy pockets of victimhood so in such a state solutions are not advanced, rather exploitation of the circumstances are. In the case of George Floyd, the black community has been screaming about the abuses of the police for a long time. Without question the officer with his knee on Floyd’s neck was abusing his authority and he should have had his ass kicked not just by Floyd, but the bystanders as well who where there witnessing the murder. The dirty cop, just as we have seen at the top of the FBI with James Comey had his own issues obviously and will likely testify that he feared Floyd was an unusually high threat to his ability to control the situation during the arrest because of the community circumstances, where people find themselves in all kinds of illicit action from drug abuse, domestic abuse, theft, gang involvement, all the types of things that police know are going on but there is a lack of political will to correct it, so they enter arrests like this overly charged for compliance—which then gets them into trouble.

Dirty cops, as mentioned in the FBI are common all the way from top to bottom. Without a basic code of contact that respects individual rights of the people they are dealing with; abuse of power happens quickly. What made James Comey a dirty cop was that he was willing to manipulate the law to overturn an election by individuals who picked a president his wife didn’t like. So he acted in his position to undo individual decisions. The cop in the case of killing George Floyd was making an example during the arrest to show he had power over the big man embarrassing him in the street in front of his peers. It’s no different than the FBI raid of Roger Stone in the early morning to shatter his image in front of his neighbors and to make a big deal of the power of the authorities to ruin individual lives over political reasons. Liberalism fails because it wants to believe that institutions can control mass population, but in essence they want to control the institutions so that the institutions can control people, they don’t want individual will to make decisions for themselves. So when pressed, a group of people such as those in Minneapolis will resort to the safety of group mentality instead of individual responsibility since institutional corruption is their greatest fear and short of taking up arms to fight back that corruption, will instead yield to mass effect to fight back at a system they deem beyond hope of coming to terms with.

We’ve seen during the Covid-19 shutdowns that we will never have a society that can just hire police and turn them loose on the streets to enforce the law. Abuse of the law goes all the way up to the governors, and presidents we elect. When people are involved, especially when they are given control over others, there will always be corruption. That is why a means must be provided by the public to fight back at that corruption, which is why we have a Bill of Rights in America, which other countries do not have. Yet, for the Bill of Rights to work, we must have a society of responsible individuals who can handle such a responsibility, which is why we wanted to have free public education, and why guns were always a part of family heritage, to teach individuals how to manage power and to respect it. When liberalism has taken away the guns, taken over the teaching of government schools, and sought to make victims out of entire classes of people to exploit them for purposes of an election, then who could be surprised when it all goes wrong. The police are looking for people who respect the law as they do and when they see people flaunting the basic concept of law and order, they think it gives them an excuse to be abusive. But deep inside there are other problems that all people with power over others goes through and they’ll find every excuse to abuse that relationship. Whether it’s a virus outbreak from China or the potential for drug deals in an inner city neighborhood, if there is a window of potential abuse to exploit, they will every time and that will never change in human beings thus incumbered.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior

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The Mask Syndicate: Demonstrating fear, loathing, and state control

Well, of course its political, Amy Acton, the crazy lunatic leftist, pro abortion Obama holdover of a Health Director in Ohio has said so—face masks are not for health, but for acknowledgment that people might be a danger to others. The purpose of them is to admit you are threat to life on planet earth. Once that is accepted, then behavioral change can be inspired, which is the point of the political left at their core philosophy. It should be of no surprise that Republican minded people will reject the idea, so of course its political and the longer it goes on, the more obvious the situation will become. The idea for the dumb face masks comes from Asia of course where tyranny is exported by the pound and was the source of the Covid-19 virus outbreak and the guidelines for dealing with it. Face masks are about hiding and destroying your individual identity and causing you to think of others before yourself which has been accepted in Asia for centuries. Yet for the conservative minded, the premise is rejected. Once it was realized that the masks were not for actual safety, conservatives began to rebel against them, and that’s where we find ourselves today.

Instead of the Nazi Brown Shirts or the puppets of Mao, Stalin, or Castro today the political left has The Mask Syndicate, the shamers who are confronting people in public about their mask wearing and trying to harass them into compliance. We are seeing more and more stories to this effect. Instead of trying to spread communism and socialism with actual violence as they have done in the past, these new leftist communists us the built in peer pressure that we all get from our government school educations to shove us in political directions we might otherwise not choose. This is obvious to anybody witnessing this situation of mask wearing as Covid-19 has proven to subside as a statistic. They’ll say that over 100,000 people have so far died of the coronavirus of 2020, but that is after they’ve counted so many gun shot wounds, car accidents, heart attacks, and diabetic complication and stuck the label of “Covid” death on them to get the federal money that is associated with giving the CDC a measurable statistic. There is nothing honest about the Covid death count, but that was never the point. The point of the Covid reaction just like the face masks was to change the behavior of free people into one of compliance.

The face masks are an acknowledgment of doom, they are to say that the person wearing them agrees that Covid-19 was dangerous and that as individuals they are acting in the best interest of the community as a whole. Their utilization says to all the governors and politicians who have wasted billions and trillions of dollars in overreaction to Covid-19 that they see the danger and that those politicians are not behaving negligently and are directly responsible for destroying millions of people’s lives with bad decisions, rather, the mask says that the wearer will participate in the charade with acknowledgment. In Ohio the legal way that the political class has forced this behavior of acknowledgment is by making it a law by order of the governor that if someone wants to work, they have to wear a mask. In essence, you have to plead to the state if you want to make a living and everyone must wear a mask just to earn money. This is one of the most tyrannical things to ever be done, especially knowing that the masks do nothing to stop a virus but are only symbols of consideration for “others.” It is a forced compliance to attach ourselves to other people who may not share our values, or work ethic and is an insult to everyone participating or not.

So a panic is setting in already that the plan isn’t going as they thought it would. Now four months into the Covid-19 “plandemic” which is what it has been, people are taking sides on one side or the other on the face masks. Democrats want to wear them generally, while Republicans are pushing back against them. The plan was to use the masks to give common ground to an “invisible” enemy that united us all under statist pressure to move from a capitalist society to a communist one. The masks were to be the transition point in the eyes of the planners, and yes, there were planners in the medical community who worked with world governments to secure research funding to move society in general in that direction. For them it was financial security and a push toward universal health care and a “living wage” provided by government in upcoming elections. For the governments, the situation was obvious, they wanted to get rid of Trump and spread socialism and communism to the world through emergency powers, which in the United States many governors willingly participated. The plan was humming along nicely until people could see that they weren’t dying, that the statistics were inflated to make it appear worse than it was, and the bad decisions ruined their lives and took away the things they liked. Then they were told to wear masks in public to save the rest of the world, and that was the dividing line.

Now that there is a resistance to the masks, the political left is upset and is trying to publicly shame those who won’t wear them, who refuse to accept responsibility for their birth and role in the world. Because none of this will have mattered if the masks do not unite the world under communist intentions. It requires everyone to participate. Ohio’s Amy Acton knows that and that is why all people who want to work must participate, it’s the closest a government agency has come to getting full compliance. Other states have gone too far and caused open rebellion among people and the line has been drawn between political parties generally. Of course, it’s a contentious issue and of course there will be fights. What these plandemic planners didn’t think of is what might happen if the plan didn’t work and only a portion of society complied. The rifts would be violent and difficult, and that’s what we see today. You’d think they would have been smarter than that, but obviously, they weren’t.

Thus, in losing their grip on the fears unleashed, the political left is resorting to their Mask Syndicate of compliance freaks and risk aversion specialists to harass people in grocery stores, on public streets and anywhere they can engage people who refuse to wear the mask, to cover their dangerous faces and reveal beneath an individual. Perhaps even a pretty face or a handsome smile. Like the Muslim radical who have already accepted wearing masks in public so not to provoke temptations of the flesh, the masks are there to suppress desire, expression, and even hope. They are there to acknowledge, doom, mayhem, and government control through visual acceptance. The masks are for admitting that individuals must submit to the state out of fear and a yielding of their individualities for the purpose of state control and are a first step toward the paths of communism which stands diametrically opposed to everything The United States was meant to be. So yes, the face masks are political and the fights over wearing them is just getting started.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior

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