The Eco-Terrorist Bill Gates Says Covid Will Be With Us Until 2022: States that ignored Gates did well, states that listened didn’t

Not all states are equal. Some governors really screwed up, some did really well with Covid

It has been interesting to see things around the country economically coming back on.  About the same time that Bill Gates reported that life wouldn’t be going back to normal until 2022 and that we needed to hit some targets of vaccinated people, the new movie Godzilla vs Kong came out which we went to see, and it reminded me of why I think of all the Covid advocates as eco-terrorists.  It was in fact the last Godzilla film that was complete with eco-terrorists, who wanted to unleash all the ancient monsters who were frozen away in hibernation for perhaps millions of years, to destroy all the humans on earth to save it.  Well, that is all fantasy of course, but the concept of eco-terrorism is very real, and there have been a lot of Bill Gates types who are clearly acting as eco-terrorists, and they have the money to fund it against the world.  In this case it was Covid-19 that they unleashed, not a bunch of ancient monsters, but the effect has been much the same, complete domination of our global economy in order to save the earth from the impact of human invention.  How absurd it was to listen to Gates speak, as if he were a doctor and not just a wealthy climate change advocate who wants to drag the world into a zero-emission society.  Thankfully, people are sick of it and are pushing for a normal life in spite of what Gates and his posse of blue state governors are screaming about.  And there is panic among those governors as their plot is being exposed.  People are going back to normal whether they like it or not.

I saw the Gates interview while going to watch that latest Godzilla movie in the theaters at the nice theater at Liberty Center, Ohio where people were playing at the park in front of it and were spilling over into the surrounding streets just to get out of the house.  It was a long way from normal, and people all seemed to have a bit of shell shock to their behavior, but it was a big step from the ridiculous lockdowns that we had just experienced as a culture.  But this wasn’t just a local behavior.  As I said in the video above, I just spent much of a month traveling all over the United States and everywhere I went I saw this pushback against the mask mandates and social distancing that the CDC had come up with as Bill Gates loomed in the background.  Yes, it has from the beginning been an act of terrorism disguised as a health concern.  For most of the political players it was a way to change election laws and put their guy Biden in place with voter tampering through mail-in ballots. But for Gates and his eco-terrorists, it was a chance to save the earth from their distorted opinion from the pesky humans that have infected its surface.  Gates may not be able to kill them all off, but perhaps he might be able to sterilize them through vaccinations so they can’t reproduce and keep them locked in their homes in as close to a zero-emission existence as he can hope for at this particular time.  That isn’t science fiction, but facts based on his actual behavior.  If this vaccine isn’t the sterilizing one, the next one may be.  This in the eyes of Gates is just the test bed to see if he can get away with it if people are dumb enough to blindly follow medical professionals to their own doom.

Sterilization of the undesirables was in fact the first thing the communists did in China when they took power in 1949.  And of course, we all know of their one child policy.  Don’t kid yourself that Gates and his eco-terrorists aren’t thinking the same way using vaccinees to sterilize people so to depopulate the earth of people in order to save it.  They had success with dumb people following them to their own dooms, in destroying their own economies, so the eco-terrorists are incentivized to do it again.  Our behavior did not deter them but encouraged them to try again, this time with even more destructive force.  Ultimately it will be up to us to push back against it.  Now from my perspective, I have seen up close and over vast distances, people are done.  Some governors as I said in my video have done a good job handling Covid and some have been terrible.  I am still looking for the answer and I have asked some very powerful people who should know, why the governor of my state, Mike DeWine was asking for far reaching dictatorial power a whole year before the launch of the Covid terrorism.  DeWine was already thinking about these things early in 2019 before anybody could even conceive of what a Covid lockdown might look like, or if it was even possible in a free society.  The buzz was out there of what was coming.  We know DeWine’s lover Amy Acton was in the know with the Gates group so they were obviously working out the details of the eco-terrorist act well in advance of the coup attempt later in 2020 and that should disturb everyone.  Amy Acton in case you have forgotten has been Ohio’s Health Director.  Once the heat was turned up on her relationship with the Governor, she removed herself from the public eye, but she has still been looming in the background whispering in his ear the utterances of the eco-terrorist goals—to shut down society to save the planet earth from humans.  As ridiculous as it sounds, and as much of a plot from some disaster movie it may be, it is the truth of the effort.

Notice how this article does not lend any credibility to the science of Covid.  That’s because its all complete bullshit.  Completely, and now looking back as people can now see, some states that never fell for the nonsense, like South Dakota, with Florida following did really well with Covid as other states such as Michigan, New Mexico, New York and other blue state regions have crushed their people and their economies in tyrannical ways.  The eco-terrorists did catch people off guard by crying wolf on what they called a deadly virus when in fact it was just taking a cold and making it seem statistically worse than it really was.  It reminds me of the old Harrison Ford movie, Mosquito Coast where the father moves his family to a Central American town to get away from the world and all its evil capitalism by telling them that the world has been destroyed by nuclear war, only for them to find out later that he was lying to them to imprison them to him. The government led by eco-terrorists like Bill Gates have done the same thing to all of us with Covid-19 and now they are just dragging the story out as long as possible to do the maximum damage they can before people fully rebel against them and stop listening forever.  From what I see people have learned their lesson and a majority of our population will never fall for such a scheme again.  But its important to know that if they tried before they’ll try again.  Only the next time, it will be something else. 

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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Why ‘Richard Jewell’ was a Great Movie and ‘Joker’ Wasn’t: With awards season upon us, getting the best that be obtained

As I said in my review of Richard Jewell, the movie—it was an important film that every Trump supporter should see. For that matter, everyone should see the new Clint Eastwood film as it tackles an obscure truth that we live with every day, the nature of power to corrupt those worst to rise to the top of institutionalism. In a society that values perpetual bootlickers and places them in the highest ranks of institutionalism, it should never be questioned why things go wrong yet they do, and that is the precise point of the film. I think its important to mention that it was distributed by Warner Bros. which is the same company that produced Joker, which I thought was the most destructive film I have seen in a long time. In many ways this is the answer to the questions brought up in the Joker and its nice to see our 1st Amendment hard at work. These are the types of choices that we should have as a free society.

I have serious doubts however that Richard Jewell will win any Academy Awards which obviously the studio is hoping to get nominated for. The real-life performances provided in Richard Jewell were certainly worthy of awards, but the politics of the matter is the problem. This film was certainly a direct offering to the 60 million and more Trump voters who have been wanting for a long-time options from the kind of world that went after Richard Jewell cruelly, and unjustly. Even with all we know about our modern FBI and its connections to the Department of Justice, what we have read through the direct text messages of Lisa Page and Peter Strzok which could have easily have been the plot line of Richard Jewell, we are still reluctant to name the beast and call a spade a spade. The point of the movie was a good one, and worthy of best picture of the year for Warner Bros. but the question is one that no institutionalist wants to ask. Rather, they will prefer the Joker’s anarchy to the legitimate questioning of power through constitutional means offered by Richard Jewell.

I generally only have time to talk to really smart people professionally, so it amazes me during the holidays every time, when I get a chance to talk to normal people—people who care more about Ohio State football than the trivial complexities of Freudian legalizations wrapped with the bows of institutionalism which ultimately had a love affair with Karl Marx a long time ago and are still spawning children of thought to this very day. I don’t enjoy talking to those kinds of people with small talk because they don’t care about the big things in life, and for me, those are the only important things. Big things. It was simply stunning to hear so many normal people not understand why Nancy Pelosi is holding back on sending her impeachment votes to the senate, or how people don’t understand the relevance of what Peter Strzok did in the FBI, or the nature of James Comey the former FBI Director who was drunk with power, conspired with anti-Trumper John McCain to attempt a coup right in front of our faces, and expect not to get caught. For many, they just don’t have the mental horsepower to think about such things so they don’t even try and it never ceases to baffle me to their lack of curiosity.

But then someone like Clint Eastwood comes along and nails it with great simplicity pulled into focus in a way only a master storyteller could. Richard Jewell is a far better film not just politically, but ethically than Joker even without the fancy soundtrack and dynamic cinematography. The ultimate question is asked, and the protagonists provide the answer through the direction of the story, which in this case is even more difficult because a lot of the players in the story are still alive and it was true. Can we trust our media, can we trust our government, and the answer is no. Should we move toward anarchy and throw the baby out with the bathwater as they did in the Joker—of course not. That is what made the Joker a cheap shot where Richard Jewell was a true examination to a very modern problem within our functioning republic.

There were several very powerful moments in the film including at the beginning when the attorney friend of Richard Jewell gives him a hundred-dollar bill and says it’s a quid pro quo which everyone should know by now what it means. Jewell says he understands the meaning of the term and its then that Watson Bryant says that he expects in exchange for the Benjamin that Jewell will not become corrupt with power as he fulfills his dream of becoming a police officer. And in several scenes behind Bryant is a sign that says, “I fear my government more than I fear terrorists.” Bryant’s girlfriend and assistant is from Russia and is always there to remind him that likely the government is lying to protect itself as she is the first to believe the story of Richard Jewell’s innocence. And of course, at the end of the film when Jewell finally sticks up for himself, when he leaves the FBI interrogation with Bryant behind him smiling the door to the glass room closes with a the camera fixated on the reverse image of the FBI logo. This was a film that openly questions our government and for that, the Academy should be applauding. Unfortunately, most members of the media culture are precisely like Olivia Wilde’s character of Kathy Scruggs.

It’s movies like this that ultimately educate those who don’t read many books and are not intellectually curious about the world around them. They just want their chicken wings and their Bowl game football to distract them from moment to moment without the impediments of questioning the validity of it all. Trump supporters have been questioning things for a long time and that 60 million number is growing. Hollywood doesn’t necessarily want people questioning things, but I did find it extremely interesting that Leonardo DiCaprio was one of the producers of Richard Jewell. I always watch the credits of a new movie at the theater to the very last one, because there is a lot to learn from doing so, and what I see happening in Hollywood is a change in focus. Even when a terribly irresponsible movie like the Joker is made and the executives at Warner Bros. are betting chips on several potential winners that may be politically opposed—they all make money for the studio which is the name of the game, a trend can be seen emerging. I don’t think Richard Jewell would have been made before the Trump election. Nobody would have understood how to play the parts because our assumption of behavior would not compute the evil it takes to behave the way the FBI and the media did.

There was a scene where Bobi Jewell watched on television the terrible things that Tom Brokaw said about her son and in many ways that was a very powerful scene because that was all of us watching television every day. A few years ago we looked at figures in the media and we liked them until we have witnessed them turning on us over the 2016 election and it has been shocking, even very painful. People who don’t pay much attention to these things do so for the same reason that the Jewell family did, even if they were desperately naive. Bobi Jewell told her son to work hard at defending justice and he believed it whole heartedly, like most of us do and when faced with the terrible evil that those working in the media and the FBI are just as flawed as the worst of us, it is a grim reality that hits home painfully. And that is the essence of this great movie Richard Jewell. It tackles a great pain with a youthful buoyancy found only among very high intellects, but it doesn’t talk down to anybody. Its just a story that has a hard truth attached to it, and for that, it deserves the best awards that it can get. But to ol’ Clint Eastwood, I would think that the best reward he could receive is that people watch the movie and learn something from it. If not at the theater, then when it streams soon from our home televisions. And that is something that every single American should do at least once.

Rich Hoffman

‘Joker’ Movie Review: The best movie that should have never been made, Todd Phillips owns the next mass killing

My impression of the Joker film by Todd Phillips is that it is the best movie that should have never been made. It was brilliantly directed, edited, and written. The acting was fantastic. The cinematography, the soundtrack, all the technical parts of the movie were just superior. And from the vantage point of the Hollywood bubble it was an interesting insight into how they view the world, so its worth seeing. I think everyone should see the Joker, especially since it is now out there in the world. To put it mildly, I loved hating it. At the end of the film I felt as if Hollywood had slapped me in the face and tried to steal from me and I wanted to lash out at them. But I was grateful for the insight into their minds, because that was very valuable. Joker is that kind of film. It was the most articulate exploration in film of mental illness that I can think of in any movie, and it stacks up with some of the great movie classics in film quite boldly. But with all that effort to tell the story of a mentally ill person who has fallen through the cracks the way countless homeless people do in real life, the point of the movie was to insight revolution on the scale that launched communism in the streets of St. Petersburg in 1917. The film is quite bold in making that announcement and the way Todd Phillips presented the movie, it was a cry for action into other mentally ill people who are out there stuck between the cracks. He made this movie for the anti-Trump ANTIFA types and was trying to do nothing short of provoking an insurrection of anarchy in our city streets using this movie as the guidepost. The next mass shooting that happens I personally will place the blame at the feet of Todd Phillips, the writers and director of this masterpiece of chaos and destruction.

A few years ago, a movie like this would never have been made, and most studios would have inserted some logic into the director’s view of this story to protect the corporate image of Warner Bros. But in these Trump hating days of the Hollywood bubble, the producers and studio executives hate President Trump as much as Todd Phillips obviously does. When Madonna threatened to blow up the White House with Trump in it during her famous speech that got her into all kinds of trouble, Hollywood allowed Phillips, Joaquin Phoenix and Robert De Niro to make their anti-Trump films exactly the way they wanted to without restriction, and to make a splash around the world that would put an end to elections where people like Trump were getting elected. At the end of the Joker, Joaquin Phoenix is dancing on top of a police car as ANTIFA type terrorists dressed in Joker masks are burning everything in the city streets with a mob worshiping him while all the action was in slow motion and playing to a seventies inspired soundtrack trying to tap into the hippie days of that volatile period of American history. They weren’t shy about it, kill the rich, because they have it coming.

Yet I saw in it beyond the brilliance of the story to the real mental illness of the Democrat Party itself which was on full display. The story of the Joker complains about inequality and government funding for mental health to extreme degrees, and quite effective from their liberal perspective. I will say not to embarrass her, but my wife cried hard at the end of the movie and she spent a considerable amount of time talking to the theater attendants about how she couldn’t believe that people hated America so much as the filmmakers of the Joker. They of course were kids and had no idea what she was talking about. But she couldn’t stop herself. The hatred shown in this movie was just too much for her and she couldn’t believe people were so deranged from reality. Most people I observed left the theater not in such a state as they were better at concealing their feelings, but they weren’t happy. One of the best examples of that mentally ill view of the world was where Zazie Beetz’s character knocked on the door of Arthur Fleck’s apartment wanting to know if he was following her around the city stalking her. She was a very pretty woman and the fantasy of the left is that such a young lady would be in such a dire straight and even asking out such a loser as Fleck on a date. In the real-world Sophie Dumond would use her looks to land a nice mate with a good job, not some stringy haired loser without any money. In the real-world beautiful women like Zazie might care about people like Fleck, but they certainly wouldn’t date them. The movie Joker is filled with these little idealistic homages that if analyzed correctly show the true insanity of the movie’s viewpoint.

Every liberal assumption about the world was revealed, an extreme hatred of the rich, the need for social programs made by exploring not only the mind of Arthur Fleck but his tragic mother Penny Fleck. And the film goes on to essentially say, there are more crazy people in the world than the rich, contrite, sane, and we outnumber you. Only in reality the mob at the end of the movie comprised of thousands of protestors all dressed in clown masks and in real life, it would be a fraction of that amount. Most of those dumb kids would be home playing Playstation, not out performing Antifa violence. And that radicalism certainly doesn’t have any power to flood over into outside the city limits where space allows people to get away from the rats of mismanaged cities and liberal policy failures. Like the Joker’s girlfriend in the movie, the hope for a mob is just a fantasy, in real life only the real losers would be participating, which is the future of ANTIFA, the Trump impeachment attempts, and the election of 2020. It all makes sense to Todd Phillips and his filmmaker buddies from within the Hollywood bubble. Joker is for them the Democrat fantasy unleashed, and it is good for the rest of us to see it so that we can know how they think.

Even though much of what is in the Joker is interesting, and a fantasy from the liberal point of view, the call to hate filled action cannot be mistaken. To try to hide such intentions behind a comic book character and to call it as a “character study” is beyond reckless. I think people will die because of this movie and violence will become standardized, even justified by real life Arthur Flecks roaming around out there in the world who watch this movie, put on a clown mask and kill people by saying, “you have it coming.” Because you’re rich, beautiful, or even sane and that because they want a world of equally insane people, they have a right to kill you the way the Joker did. A movie like this is dangerous because there was no good guy there to stop the Joker the way that type of insanity is handled in a traditional Batman film, even as it was in Suicide Squad where Batman made a small appearance in the film. This movie had the future Batman only as a victimized little boy, the Joker was unchallenged, and presented in a very romantic fashion that mentally deranged people would certainly find attractive. And I felt it was all very intentional, and an attack on me personally as an American. And for that, I’m just a little pissed off. Yet, happy to see a truth through film that was not quite so obvious before I saw this movie. Its nice to see how the enemy thinks and by his own actions, Todd Phillips made himself an enemy of America with a sheer hatred that not even many terrorists would feel. Which made him the perfect director for this diabolical work of art that is even more vicious than maybe he even intended but was truthful in all its derangement. While its true this movie should have never seen the light of day, it ultimately has, and you should see it. It is what the political left has in mind for our world, and we should all know the truth of that ambition.

Rich Hoffman
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