I posted an informal survey yesterday, as you can see below. The results were nothing short of stunning to me. I'll have to explain some mechanics in a moment, but this one small poll shouts a critical truth.
2) Polling is supposed to be the search for truth. It can, and maybe must employ the tools of statistics. Maybe not. But, no matter what tools it is supposed to seek the truth. If it did, America's political scene would be a very different one, today, than it is.
3) Those who responded to my 4 questions were unanimous in their position. They are enthusiastic Trump supporters, near close to 100% he will win. Many call for a landslide. Almost all call for victory without doubt. A tiny percent are not 100% certain.
Do polls data, honestly? Or do they push out an agenda, dishonestly? I think the answer was pretty much in over the vast majority of polls back in 2016. Polling pushes an agenda far more than it seeks truth.
2) Consider Druge's blaring headlines this morning. Consider every dire warning out there right now. They're all based on polling that pushes the anti-Trump agenda. I have not seen a single poll I trust, yet. Not one. Let's go deeper...
3) Here's the AP story that Drudge links to. It takes a retweet that Trump put out and then removed. A pro-Trump headline would be something like:
3) "A sheriff is generally an elected county official, with duties that typically include policing unincorporated areas, maintaining county jails, providing security to courts in the county, and (in some states) serving warrants and court papers.
Why you don't like the idea of a pardon, and why you're wrong. It's understandable, but you're wrong.
Come on now, slow your mind down from its racing. Think slowly, carefully. Let go of the urgent pressures of the moment. Step back.
2) By the way, it's just after midnight, and I don't usually post my threads about now. But, tomorrow's schedule is already jammed up, and I can't let this moment slip past. It is time to pardon Flynn now. As in, right now. No more waiting. Waiting is now 100% wrong.
3) Don't mistake me. I'm NOT saying that a pardon is in the offing. It may be, but if so, I'm not privy. No I suspect no such hope is on the horizon, and more's the pity. Let's get down to it. Why don't you like the idea of a pardon? The reasons, we now know, are clear.
We'll begin with a quick review of what we've covered, and then complete our excursion focusing on the cure. We need this cure to protect ourselves against the psychological ravage they wish to foist upon us.
2) It is perhaps my single most important thesis that there is a "they," and that we can easily define it. They are the radical statist forces at the top of American power, who first aligned with Moscow. Since the fall of the USSR, they moved their loyalty to Beijing.
3) It is easy to see that they have been working to shred the US Constitution, almost from the moment of its ratification in 1789. Robust, it is still there, even in @marklevinshow is right that we are essentially a post-Constitutional nation. Skipping all the history...
2) Look at the headline on that article. People would be crushed.
What does that headline assume? It assumes your weakness, your psychological fragility. It assumes many other weaknesses. It's a terrible list. It assume you're a coward. It assume you have a weak immune system.
3) That headline assumes that you are 100% dependent upon your government to get through the Coronavirus Crisis. But it goes deeper. It assumes you're dependent on your government for your very life itself. A biological warfare attack on health. How deep does that go?
2) Monday, we'll return to and expand on previous work we've covered regarding Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross' model of grief and grieving. Today we're going to discuss how psyops have evolved over the four years I've been studying them. This evolution/innovation scares me greatly.
3) I'm not expert in the history of psyops. I've read some of it, but my focus always seems to return to real time events in motion. Still, let's imagine a part of what I'm going to term an "innovation" has been known and employed for a long time. The use of truth.
A fighter telegraphs, a political party forewarns.
There is a strange and wonderful history we have in the West, of sword manuals. That's right, books on swordsmanship, manuals. We have more of them dating back further in time than any other people.
2) The manual you see above comes at the end of a roughly 180 year tradition. It is called German Longsword. The name is a bit deceptive. The tradition is, no question, German, but it is so much more than just that. I'd call it the leading school of European Longsword.
3) During those 180 years, our guess - no one knows, or can know for sure - is that we have about 60 separate manuals. After that, and in other nations, Italy, Spain, France, England, Scotland, etc., the guess is that we have around 200 manuals on swordsmanship or more.
What, exactly, is National Socialism, and Where do the Democrats Fall on its Spectrum?
Here's my brand new, 2020 reading strategy. I buy a book on Kindle, read some or all of it, and if I need it for my library, I buy the hard copy also. Luxurious, yes?
2) As you can see in the image above, The Ominous Parallels is a very important book to me. I first read Ayn Rand back in the 1990s, and that was actually the beginning of the end of my Socialism - it had become tacit by that point, anyway - and my connection to Democrats.
3) As I've explained many times, it was Bill Clinton who stopped me from being a Democrat. I really knew nothing of his policies, as I was simply not paying attention. The scandal that led to his impeachment appalled me. I ended up supporting Bush 43.
There are 7 blocks in Seattle that are no longer American. The governor of the State of Washington will do nothing about it. These 7 blocks are the heart of the city. If not retaken, the takeover of the State has already started.
2) Leninism? Allow me to offer my own definition. Man, as an individual, has no rights. All rights are accrued by the collective. The vast majority of men will never agree to this. So, we find the few that will take aggressive attack against the feckless many. We then take over.
3) There is an America-free zone in Seattle. This is the beginning. If this is allowed to stand, the State of Washington will be lost. With one state lost, every other state with a major city will follow. This is how Bolshevism works. Use the powerful few against the weak many.
2) If you know me at all, you know I would love nothing more than to dive into every number of the Rasmussen poll that Shafer tweeted out. I love numbers. And while I'm also tempted to preach at you that you should too, I'll only say, please check out the poll for yourself.
3) Our job today is to dive deeper, deep beneath the numbers. Before we do, you have to let me walk you through two technical terms, one of which is the term Technical! They are:
Who in tarnation can keep up with the Deep State's evil machinations? I sure can't. The DOJ has dropped its case. Yet, General Flynn is still not free. Contemplate that.
2) We've discussed Judge Sullivan to the point of distraction. I'm distracted. I disgusted. That he wears black robes and enjoys the power of the gavel is a travesty, proving beyond the shadow of a doubt that justice in America is no more. Justice is injustice.
3) Go listen. You can easily find it. @GenFlynn has the strongest voice for truth, justice, and the American way. The strongest voice. Contemplate that. Yet. Yet. Yet he is silent. He has been silenced. He remains silenced. Here today, he is still silenced.
1) Who was that masked man? That comes straight from my childhood in the 1960s, and of course the answer is: The Lone Ranger, who of course was not alone, but rather had his faithful friend Tonto always at his side. Interesting, when you think about it.
2) I have known the man who is AnonymousK for many years. I have never known a man of more sterling character. There's another Lone Ranger connection...his silver bullets. I did NOT think of this consciously when I urged K to speak. But, truth is, he speaks in silver bullets.
3) K is my kimosabe, and I am honored to be his Tonto. And at the end of the mission, when he's riding away on...oh yeah...Silver...and people always ask, "Who was that masked man?" I am always ready to answer, he is Anonymous K.
@TPCLJ Actually, under. Facts speak to our logical mind, but we make decisions emotionally. Let me go snag one of my favorite quotes...
@TPCLJ "When making a decision of minor importance, I have always found it advantageous to consider all the pros and cons. In vital matters, however, such as the choice of a mate or a profession, the decision should come from the unconscious, from somewhere within ourselves....
@TPCLJ ... In the important decisions of personal life, we should be governed, I think, by the deep inner needs of our nature."
1) As opposed to a teaser thread, this one is a bit more like testing out the ideas a little in advance of my next full thread. The trigger was this story by @KathleenKauth. You will want to read it, I promise, and follow her as well!
2) I won't make all the logic water tight, nor establish the clean, clear correction to @KathleenKauth's work. I'll just skip right to the chilling idea itself. I have to, once again, lay out my theory about China's 4-stage attack:
1) Biological 2) Economic 3) Social 4) Military
3) The most powerful strategies is not only a cumulative, linear effect, but also a chaotic, geometric spiraling effect.
For instance, looking back, we can see that the economic effect of COVID has transformed its health effects beyond measure. I'll explain...
2) And this is the first tweet of yesterday's thread. I don't usually do this, but I am recommending that even if you read it yesterday, please consider reading it again, and yet again retweeting if you're so moved.
3) I don't know if it will be tomorrow, Friday, or over the weekend, but I do already know what my next thread will focus on. Here's a small teaser. I will yet again review the four stages of China's attack strategy.
Some general thoughts on how the topic of rioting affects reality, and the reality of political fire.
I think it's fair to say everyone knows the difference between a riot and a protest. Riots are violent, protests are not.
2) Protests are protected by the sacred right to free speech. Riots are prohibited by all laws against violence and destruction. Protection against violence and destruction is the most sacred reason for the establishment of government, law and law enforcement.
3) In America, there should be absolutely nothing controversial about the simple statements above. They should be pure common sense and nothing special, completely understood and assumed by every American citizen by virtue of their citizenship. All obvious.
@NADC10Fan@anne22805195@JanetTa00959461 After spending the entire book explaining completely Constitution-busting this was, Rehnquist ends meekly with the Judgement, but it was what was needed. Sometimes good men have to bad things for the greater good. All done.
@NADC10Fan@anne22805195@JanetTa00959461 Here's my problem. Eventually I came almost to completely agree with Rehnquist's light nod. What got me there was the 13th Amendment, damn him. It saved the Constitution and reunited it with at's parent, The Declaration, which ends up being Lincoln's favorite thing in the world.
@NADC10Fan@anne22805195@JanetTa00959461 Go figure, the greatest Constitution buster is its greatest savior. History has given him the nod for the later status. Skip forward now to @marklevinshow and his book Men In Black which tells the story of all the Constitution busters who led SCOTUS. And, mix it all up...
Today's Monday. Who remembers Friday, 30 May? The war for America has taken a hellacious turn, and riots, looting, arson and destruction are the battlefields on TV.
2) I had to look up Alinsky's 13 rules again. I know his overall strategy well. I've studied it extensively. The current state of war in America, war against America from within, goes well past Alinsky. I don't think he'd approve of today's tactics. Their goals, sure. He approve.
3) He'd hate Trump and had no love for our Constitution. But if you read his work carefully, or even just his 13 rules, and if you forced your mind to consider the intelligence underlying his method, he wouldn't approve of this. He wasn't pure Marxist. This is.
2) Killer Mike would most likely disagree with most of the positions I stand for, but maybe not all, maybe not as many as might appear. Let's cut to the heart of the disagreement, before we map out his complete righteousness.
3) I should qualify, I don't know the man or his work outside of this one amazing video. Judging from this video, this is precisely the kind of man I want speaking today. His impassioned voice of reason is what we need. There is no way to not feel his integrity.