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Husband, father, gardener, #bitcoin pleb. We’re not entering a dark age, we’ve been in one.
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Jan 31 5 tweets 2 min read
I greatly appreciate the interviews @joerogan has done recently, but am very disappointed in the video he released last night. It reminded me of Bernie Sanders in the 2020 primary when he decided to start pandering to people that hate him, as opposed to those who support him. I hope Joe understands that no amount of pandering or bending the knee will change the opinion of his adversaries who want nothing less than a one-opinion society. What @joerogan does cannot be allowed in their minds because alternative views on big topics cannot be permitted.
Nov 12, 2021 4 tweets 1 min read
The human being has largely become a domesticated animal, and it’s imperative going forward that we become undomesticated.

Will take a few generations, but the work starts now. A domesticated creature will not crave freedom and wouldn’t even know how to handle it if it did.

That’s where we’re at as a species, and as conscious creatures it’s up to us to remove this conditioning and embrace the expansive experiences we’ve discarded. Reject pod life.
Jul 23, 2021 8 tweets 3 min read
Short thread about @untappedgrowth and some of the difficulties he has recently encountered with some bad actors. Joel first came to my attention over a year ago, before the cattle co-op and before anyone reading this knew who he was. He reached out to me, as so many other people do, but there was something different about this guy and it was apparent to me right away. There was this passion you rarely see in people and I immediately felt a need to help him in whatever way I could. We became friendly.
Jan 17, 2021 4 tweets 1 min read
We teach our kids to question everything, including us as parents.

I like it when they ask me why I told them to do something. There should be a reason and I should be able to explain it clearly and understandably. Our oldest understands that we are in a position of authority over him and I have explained to him why that is. He understands and can explain it back to me. This way he isn’t taught to blindly accept authority. He’s 5 and he understands.
Nov 12, 2020 4 tweets 2 min read
This headline hasn't received the attention it deserves.

"MSNBC Cuts Ties With Three Contributors Joining Team Biden."
thehill.com/homenews/campa… One of the people is the infamous Richard Stengel @stengel, who publicly advocated for U.S. government propaganda aimed at its own people.

Here's the relevant clip.
Nov 10, 2020 5 tweets 1 min read
The same people who spent four years delegitimizing an election are the ones sternly lecturing others about delegitimizing an election now. It’s the most predictable and shameless thing. It’s also why Russiagate was extremely reckless, it was always going to lead to this. Then again, this is what intelligence agencies who want to tear a country apart do, and that’s exactly what U.S. intelligence agencies have done.
Nov 9, 2020 4 tweets 1 min read
You’re living in a gigantic psy op. In three months, Jeffrey Epstein could show up for an interview on Good Morning America and nobody would say anything.
Nov 5, 2020 11 tweets 2 min read
Here's the big takeaway from the 2020 election. All the trends I've been expecting have been solidified and reinforced. A total and growing distrust in once revered institutions, especially media and pompous always wrong blue checks. A feeling that faux "elites," oligarchs and the national security state are constantly lying and manipulating the public for ends that go against the public interest. Also more of an understanding you can't fundamentally change the system via voting for president.
Nov 4, 2020 8 tweets 2 min read
With so many states having legalized cannabis via referendum while bureaucrats and “representatives” in D.C. have done nothing, there’s a big lesson.

Let people vote directly on more issues, and concentrate those votes locally. We’re too centralized with most decision making. Frankly, the presidency shouldn’t matter that much and neither should Congress. States and municipalities should matter more. That’s the best way to deal with the crazy polarization out there. Ironically, we need to decentralize to remain a country.
Jul 17, 2020 4 tweets 1 min read
Think about what powerful interests want you to do and how they want you to live, and do the opposite whenever possible and reasonable.

The best response to a twisted system is to opt out. For some, this will mean radical changes to their lives, for others it will mean small adjustments on the margin. But everyone can do a little something to reject this nonsense.
May 29, 2020 6 tweets 1 min read
I think the power structure in the U.S. underestimates how much the general public hates their guts. We’re not sure what to do about it and how, but the contempt and disgust is strong and growing.
May 14, 2020 4 tweets 1 min read
People who point out that the U.S. government's account of 9/11 was a total fairytale continue to be dismissed as wackos, yet the U.S. government's account of 9/11 was in fact undeniably a total fairytale.
news.yahoo.com/amphtml/in-cou… 20 years later and it's still so shady.

"William Barr and acting DNI Richard Grenell barring the public release of the Saudi official’s name and all related documents, concluding they are “state secrets” that, if disclosed, could cause “significant harm to the national security”
Apr 21, 2020 4 tweets 1 min read
Are they trying to encourage the guillotines or are they just so corrupt they can't help themselves. Every self-respecting person should vow to never spend a dime at Ruth's Chris ever again.

Evil fkers.
Apr 17, 2020 4 tweets 2 min read
The country was looted in 2008/09. The looting was successful.

Therefore it is being done again, this time at a much larger scale.

We are a nation of suckers. Our financial system is totally not 100% corrupt or anything. Anyone who thinks that is a nutter. Image
Apr 14, 2020 6 tweets 2 min read
"Among those angling for a federal handout is one of the wealthiest sectors of the American economy: private equity. These firms not only have a record $1.5 trillion in cash on the sidelines, but their CEOs are among America’s richest executives."
vanityfair.com/news/2020/04/h… Private equity billionaires are holding the American public hostage because pension funds gave them massive sums of money.

The whole system is a giant scam. Wake up.
Apr 7, 2020 5 tweets 1 min read
For the past four decades, Americans have accepted that they’re mere spectators to the world around them. They’ve relinquished all agency and power that can have real impact.

I expect this to change as more people realize voting does nothing, and thus begin to take direct action Imagine thinking doing nothing in real life and then expecting things to change by voting for some compromised phony politician every couple of years.

It’s the mindset of an apathetic imbecile and it will change.
Mar 11, 2020 5 tweets 1 min read
“We’re gonna take over the Democratic Party,” was never revolutionary.

It was profoundly stupid. And naive. You want a revolution, you’ve gotta build your own stuff. You can’t expect to go into some corrupt oligarch’s house and take over their stuff to change things. It was always a joke.
Feb 27, 2020 6 tweets 3 min read
Anyone else following this issue of "pandemic bonds?"

"World Bank Pandemic Bonds which come due this July 2020. This will be in the neighborhood of $500 million which is perhaps a structured derivative time bomb that most people have never heard of."
armstrongeconomics.com/international-… This appears to be a BIG story. From what I gather, World Bank issued these bonds as a gift to investors, never expecting to be paid out. Now that it's time to actually pay out to fight a pandemic World Bank won't call it pandemic to protect bond holders.

If true, major scandal.
Feb 11, 2020 5 tweets 2 min read
No hard feelings Jay.
I’ve got an idea.
Anyone who’s interested, post examples of Obama’s banker coddling in the replies below.
A history lesson is in order.
Feb 10, 2020 6 tweets 1 min read
You're in a lifeboat and there's a limited amount of food and water. Which Democrat running for President would throw you overboard first? Thanks for your responses. Here's my take.

I think it'd be a close call between Buttigieg and Warren. Both would ponder whether you could help their political ambitions should everyone survive...
Feb 4, 2020 4 tweets 1 min read
How unbelievably creepy is this? DNC officials are "in regular contact with representatives from the major social media companies."

This is how the social media caste system works. Guaranteed to be increasingly abused.