“The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies . . . . Even today, there is little value in ensuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it. And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment . . . .We are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence—on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day.”

President John F. Kennedy   April 27,1961   (emphasis added)

Conspiracy theorist, or did our 35th president know whereof he spoke? These are chilling words viewed against the events of two years later. Or sixty.  Can any thinking observer not conclude that we are nearing “the very limits of official censorship and concealment?” Or that we live under a regime that rules by intimidation, virtually obliterating freedom of choice in presiding over the systematic collapse of western civilization?

Even as early as 1961, our government ruled by secrecy. And the establishment media was already complicit in covering up its crimes:


The assassinations of JFK, RFK, and Martin Luther King.


The First Iraq War.

September 11, 2001.

The Second Iraq War.

The twenty-year debacle in Afghanistan.

The 2020 Election.

The Covid 19 Pandemic.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. 

None of the above happened by chance. The accidental view of history is the province of fools. The official narratives on every one of the above were compendia of lies. Crimes covered up. Wars launched by a rapacious military-corporate-foreign policy establishment on false pretenses. The takedown of our 37th president on the most trivial of charges. The theft of a presidential election right before our eyes.

Then came the “pandemic.” The fearful and the easily-led lined up to take multiple shots of an un-tested, experimental gene-therapy we were told was safe and effective—by the same overlords responsible for the aforementioned happy events. “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Fool me . . . a dozen times?”

Whatever my deficiencies as a student, I would remain a keen observer of the political scene. My father would run for office twice. He ran for Maryland House of Delegates in 1970, and, while at College Park, I thought myself quite clever in dismembering one of his bumper stickers to affix to my dorm room door, advising visitors they were entering the “House of Cornwell.” Dad would also run for State Senate in 1990.

From the assassination of President Kennedy, to the disastrous and embarrassing presidency of George W. Bush—a no-account daddy’s boy who failed his way upward to the White House—the American political, media, and corporate establishment oversaw 45 years of American decline. From the relentless militarism that alienated us from the rest of the world; to the de-industrialization of America (and the creation of honest wealth) in favor of slave labor overseas; to the rise of an all-consuming bureaucratic behemoth that answers to no voter. Culminating in the financial collapse of 2007-2008, and the establishment of America as a nation of debt-slaves. Bye-bye middle class. But never fear. Thanks to the heroic efforts of presidents Bush and Obama, the banksters were bailed out to the tune of seven trillion freshly printed dollars—and our financial system was “saved.” Hallelujah! One can’t help wondering how far $7 trillion could have gone in rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure. Let’s do the math. That breaks down to $140 billion dollars per all fifty states. That’s a lot of new bridges, sewer lines . . . and jobs.

On September 11, 2001, the Project for a New American Century got their new Pearl Harbor, and the military-industrial complex got a couple cool new war$. And thanks to the Patriot Act, we got a flashy new techno-surveillance-state. It was a good thing the authorities got all that debris (otherwise known as evidence) hauled away before a bunch of troublemakers could start asking embarrassing questions. They make government spokespeople feel all awkward. Thank goodness the independent, non-partisan 9/11 commission put all those ugly conspiracy theories to bed.

The election of Barack Obama gave us “hope.” A nation that could forget its racist past and start afresh couldn’t be all bad. America felt good about itself. Almost like during the Reagan era. But this, too, was an illusion. What eight years of Obama brought us was further racial division, an escalation of America’s drone terror campaign in the Middle East, and Obama Care—laying the groundwork for the coming medical super-state in the aftermath of Covid 19.

The election of Donald Trump gave us a breather. America First was an idea whose time had come, and gave us real hope. Except for two silly missile attacks on Syria, he kept us out of war. (Mistake #1 was surrounding himself with neocons.) With no help from a worthless Republican Congress, he made progress in shoring up our southern border. And a tax cut did help the middle-class (in spite of media distortion of the facts), and gave the economy a boost. Jobs were being created, and wages were up.

Then came his fatal mistake. He knuckled under to the medicrats, and handed them their pandemic on a platter. He could have said no. He should have said NO WAY! You could see it in his eyes—in every one of those excruciating press conferences that he knew we were being taken for a ride. The result, after two years of disastrous lockdowns, was an economy in ruins. Families divided, and small businesses destroyed. With vaccine mandates decimating our already discredited healthcare system. (Gee, I wonder why doctors and nurses balked at Trump’s miracle vaccine?) Violent crime soared, thanks to undermanned police departments and a derelict justice system. Supply chains and our travel grid were thrown into chaos. Utter foolishness. All of it. 

When it all began to unfold early in 2020, doctors around the world were excited about promising remedies like hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, but their use was not only discouraged by the powers that be, the drugs themselves were confiscated in mass quantities. These two off-patent medications that had proven safe with decades of use, were not only highly effective in the treatment of active cases, but were almost failsafe as prophylactics. And they were cheap. Therein lay the rub. There was nothing in it for Big Pharma. “What about natural immunity?” inquiring minds wanted to know. A hundred million newly healthy people had already recovered from the disease. “Next question.”

One man did have all the answers. Mr. Science, industry whore Tony Fauci. His vaccines were safe, and 95% effective in preventing disease and transmission. If you were among that unlucky 5%, his remdesivir should do the trick. (Remdesivir is known by frontline nurses as “run-death-is-near.”) Remdesivir is famous for its high price tag; infamous for what it does to the kidneys.

Then there was media glamour-puss, Governor Cuomo, begging President Trump to send him more ventilators. The question I have is: Does anyone know of a friend or loved one who has survived a ventilator? Is Covid 19 killing people; or is it the protocol?       

The Covid 19 “pandemic” was not an accident of nature. It was planned. The powers behind this enfeebled president are not stupid. They are evil. The chaos forced upon us was not the result of honest mistakes. (See Event 201.) Bill Gates, Tony Fauci, and their ilk are responsible for the extinction of millions. They should be tried for mass murder. For decades, global elites have stressed the necessity of de-populating the planet in order to save it. That’s what this highly toxic “vaccine” is all about. (See Dr. Michael Yeadon—former VP of Pfizer—courageous whistle-blower, Dr. Lee Merritt, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, and many others.)

Never let a good crisis go to waste. The economic devastation they wrought is the linchpin of the Great Reset. The opportunity for the World Economic Forum, Davos chieftains, to come to our rescue—enslaving us in the process. The next generation of the very cabal JFK warned us about sixty years ago! Except that they’ve laid it all on the table. The call for mass vaccination and vaccine passports is the gateway to global IDs, social credit scores, and the total surveillance state; ushering in the post-industrial age and “greening” of the planet. Free enterprise and private property are out. You will own nothing, and you’ll be happy. You won’t be able to work, play, shop, eat, travel, or receive medical care without the blessing of the good folks in Brussels. Or London. Or wherever. (Mark of the Beast, anyone? Where are the churches, for crying out loud?) Much of the world is waking up to this, but for whatever reason English-speakers (That’s us, America!) seem to be lagging behind. The Canadian uprising is a sign of hope, but Americans are still fat, dumb, and happy in their 5G, fact-checkered ignorance.

The American is a strange animal. More than happy to anoint a certain order as his superiors. Why do we wag our tails and accept the same lies, told over and over again by a ruling class that laughs in our face? Time and again we fetch the stick and return, only to have it thrown twice the distance the next time.

Does America, as we understood it, even exist? Is there an American culture? We are told by our betters that the very concept of a culture based on our Judeo-Christian, western European heritage is somehow racist. Several years ago, I drove a truck for a freight company. Most of the drivers were immigrants, or sons of immigrants, from Mexico. One night, one of those drivers and I had just parked our tractors in the lot adjacent to the main yard. He spotted a compadre in the employee lot, and began serenading him with a Mexican song. His amigo joined in. A third driver inside the yard made it a trio. Then it hit me. They have a culture. If Mexico can have a culture, why can’t we? These guys did not see themselves as subservient to some amorphous white uberclass. Identity politics is a cancer. They are dividing us into warring factions. “Communities,” whatever that term means. A generation has been cursed by educated morons and out-of-touch pinheads who supply them with just reasons for hating their fellow man. All in the name of “equity.”

For years now we’ve been told that we should hate Russia. Why? The Soviet Union broke up thirty years ago. They have lots of crude oil and natural gas. That’s a good thing. They have the big bomb, too. Why not make friends? Geopolitics is a very simple game. They don’t put tanks and missiles on our border, maybe they don’t want our tanks and missiles on theirs. But it’s funny how the rules change. For decades, being a Soviet apologist was the norm in fashionable circles. But heaven help the independent thinker who listened to Vladimir Putin’s security concerns, and admitted they sounded reasonable to him. The infidel was canceled from polite society. The truth is, Russia is probably less corrupt than our puppet state of Ukraine, or any of the other friendly dictatorships we prop up and call democracies. With the pretext of a weak Joe Biden as entree, the neocons have resurfaced, ginning up a new cold war, and reminding us that American exceptionalism gives us carte blanche on the global stage. Rightly or wrongly, Putin invaded Ukraine, people are dying, and all bets are off. There are only two things we know for certain. In war, truth is the first casualty, and we cannot trust anything tossed our way by the corporate media. The second is that this fight is between Russia and Ukraine. It is in America’s interest to remain neutral. We gain nothing in making war with the world’s other nuclear superpower. Sanctions are an act of war. Shipping arms and jets to Ukraine are acts of war. It’s time to stop the madness, and work for a peaceful solution. Putin and Zelensky have both indicated they are open to this, but the Washington establishment won’t hear of it. Why, in heaven’s name? (There’s a lot more going on here than meets the eye. Topic for a future post.)

Our founding fathers warned us about the dangers of an all-powerful central government, but they don’t teach that in school anymore. From my experience, I can only conclude that people want to be lied to. And once the initial lie has been revealed as such, they are comforted by the new lie. To question forces people to think, and thought requires effort. After so many years of leaving the thinking to others, Americans have been rendered cognitively defunct. Smarter people than they will work these things out. Our government would never intentionally do us harm—would it?

It is not the government, per se. Most bureaucrats, like most simple-minded Americans, are unwitting dupes. It’s the people at the top, the malevolent forces behind our government. To face this inconvenient reality, one must first purge himself of preconceptions. These included one from my youth: Republicans good; Democrats bad. Thanks to the influence of the late, great Ron Smith on WBAL radio, I awoke to the fact that, for the most part, all politicians were sleazy to the core. The second of the lies I held dear was that as vile and degraded as the rest of the federal monolith may be, our military (chest proudly puffed out here) remained beyond reproach. Ron Smith (simply the finest political talk show host ever) introduced me to the American Empire. That maybe we’re not always the good guys. (Question: When was the last shot fired by the American military in the actual defense of our liberty? Answer: The War of 1812. I challenge anyone to debate me on this one.) Ditto-heads (RIP, Rush Limbaugh) cling to their pet delusion: the moral purity of the private sector. Hmm. What about all those multinational corporations, banks, and Tech monopolies—not to mention the private Federal Reserve—with their jack boots on our collective neck? The ones who tell Washington how it’s gonna be. Fascism is the symbiotic relationship between government and private interests. Interests that are not ours.

The intellectually lazy always welcome the quick fix. This makes the job easy for aspiring tyrants. “We’ve come up with this scary new disease that’s killing a lot of people. Well, actually, 95% are really dying from something else, but a lot of people are getting sick; well, testing positive anyway, with the test we came up with that gives us 90% positives. And even though no otherwise healthy child has ever died from our new disease, we’re going to close schools and scare kids into wearing masks no one needs. They can walk around like all the zombie grownups with their cloth masks and bandanas. But we’ve got this swell new vaccine we rushed through without really testing it (well, except for the tests where all the animals died), but it’s safe. Trust us.”

“Sounds good to me,” replies low-IQ submissive citizen. “Sign me and my family up for a double dose— and two boosters. We can do this!”

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  1. Thanks for your blog, nice to read. Do not stop.

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