If Only You Knew How Bad Things Really Are
A reminder for people with 10 minute attention spans
January 6, 2023 - On the two (2) year anniversary of the January 6, 2021 “mostly peaceful protest,” I thought it would be prudent to remind everyone of where we stand and just how dire the situation is.
I feel that a lot of my online contemporaries fall into either one of two camps: the totally demoralized doomer or the “everything is fine,” boomer. One the one side, the doomer believes that there is no point in trying to fight for justice because everything is rigged. They ultimately come from a mindset of powerlessness and hopelessness. They do not think they have the power to change things, so they don’t even try. They simply whine online and they pursue pleasure and escapism. They tend to be autistic and terminally online. They spend their time playing video games, getting high, and dreaming about an idealized past that is long gone and never coming back (if it ever existed at all.) They run around anime posting, shitposting, and purity spiraling while demanding everyone “name them.”
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On the other side, the boomer believes that even though they are watching society decay at an increasing rate ultimately everything will be fine and someone will come and “save” us. They pursue what is best for them without thinking about the long term consequences of their actions. They have robbed their grandchildren of a future, but at least they got to live decadently. They refuse to question their own worldview because their identity is tied to it and it would be too painful for them to take responsibility or accountability for where we are now. They like to bury their head in the sand and overdose on copious amounts of “hopium,” and “copium,” about how any minute now the deep state will be taken to task. They enjoy LARPing as operators and talking tough while watching grifters online who sell them fantasies about the military rounding up the baddies (two more weeks). FOLLOW BACK PATRIOTS!
But then there are those of us who are sort of in the middle. We understand that no one is coming to “save” us. We accept our duty and responsibility to try to help people and make a difference. But I am disappointed and shocked by the behavior of people who I believed to be likeminded who seemingly have 10 second attention spans. It seems like something happens, such as the Whitmer Fednapping hoax, or the arrest and persecution of someone like Jeremy Brown or Tyler Dinsmoor and people wake up for a moment to how fucking serious this is, but then they move on.
I sometimes feel like I am in high school again, and I’m at a party and everyone around me is drunk and I am the only sober one. Everyone at the party is underage and the police are on the way about to bust the party up and I am running around frantically trying to shake people awake. I am shouting “hey guys, we gotta get out of here!” While everyone is just drunkenly dancing and calling me a “party pooper.”
For over two years, I have written at length about the criminality of the federal government in the Whitmer hoax, as well as the January 6 psyop. I have gone into great detail about the unlimited resources of the state and how we are the main target. I have shown that they will spend millions of dollars and months of time to frame innocent people for something they didn’t do and then throw them in a cage. I am trying to help these men, who everyone seems to have forgotten about.
I have explained that the federal government has a 99 % conviction rate, meaning if they target you they most assuredly will win. You will not. This will remain the case until we are able to change public perception about the corruption and agenda of the government and their various agencies.
I have been warning people for years now about the coming “war on domestic terror” that will be waged on American’s with “wrong think,” who happen to be political opponents of the regime.
It seems as if that warning goes in one ear and out the other. People are so wrapped up in their internet persona’s and getting dopamine hits and pats on the back for borderline fedposting or saying the gamer words, it seems nothing gets through to them. They see people being arrested and falsely charged and persecuted but each of them believes they are “special,” and that it can’t happen to them. It’s really cute that you think you have freedom of speech or anonymity online but realistically you have neither. WAKE UP. People are being arrested for offensive things they said and are losing everything. This doesn’t just effect the person arrested but everyone around them, their families, their children.
You are giving them a catalogue of ammunition they can use to justify rounding you up and throwing you in a cage. They already created the nonsense idea of “hate speech,” and they continue to push for this to become a law. They are criminalizing speech, association, and the wrong opinion. We must be smart and anticipate where things are going and not make it easier for them to smear and frame people.
Then there is the general lack of direction, long term thinking, and cohesion among our “community.” There is constant infighting and purity shit tests and sperging. I am going to call 2023 the “year of the sperg,” until you all can start acting normal. Shitposting online can be fun and a nice form of escapism from the monotony of ordinary life but you are not doing anything to actually help anyone or make an impact for the better.
I am working on a documentary that has the capacity to reach many normie types and expose the crimes of the FBI, the federal government, DOJ, and judicial system in the Whitmer hoax and perhaps pressure politicians to investigate that case. Maybe some of the agents who broke the law face prosecution, maybe the case gets re-opened, maybe Adam and Barry get to go home to their families. That film will outlive me, and it will be out there forever. It is a worthy cause, but people seem more interested in playing video games and ranting into an echo chamber than they are in helping me or helping to fund the project.
I want people to understand that this isn’t a game. This is deadly serious and you are not helping yourself by doing the enemies job for them. Posting things online that make you look insane to normal people doesn’t help. You need to wake up.
I believe 2023 will be the year the government goes after dissidents and ratchets up it’s so-called “war on domestic terror.”
The department of injustice is bragging today about their war on American’s who trespassed for a few hours two years ago. They have gotten away with this political persecution and that has only emboldened them.
They have created a term “stochastic terrorism,” which means if you say something mean or offensive about a group and then a third party does something violent, you are therefore guilty by association.
In the state cases that have been spun off of the Whitmer hoax federal case, there are men who have been charged with “providing material support for terrorism,” because they were in a chat group, taught someone medical or firearms training or let someone use their property lawfully who the government later framed and entrapped.
They are escalating and yet it seems no one is paying attention and everyone thinks this is all a joke or a game. I can assure you that it is not.
Pending Domestic War on Terror legislation favored by the White House — sponsored by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) — would simply amend the old War on Terror laws, which permitted a wide range of powers to fight foreign terrorist organizations, so as to now allow the U.S. government to also use those powers against groups designated as domestic terror organizations. Just as was true of the first War on Terror, this second one would thus vest the government with new, wide-ranging powers of surveillance, detention, prosecution and imprisonment, though this time for use against U.S. citizens on U.S. soil.
Even while that legislation is pending, the U.S. government is already waging an aggressive new domestic war on terror that has largely flown under the radar. Grave warnings from DHS are now just as common, vague and unreliable — but also fear-inducing — as they were in the days of Tom Ridge. Domestic surveillance is also on the rise. Last month, CNN reported that “the Biden administration is considering using outside firms to track extremist chatter by Americans online, an effort that would expand the government’s ability to gather intelligence but could draw criticism over surveillance of US citizens.” - Glenn Greenwald
This has already begun in earnest.
Meanwhile, one of the most repressive features of the first War on Terror — due-process-free no-fly lists against American citizens — is now back in full force. Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) have both been demanding that the FBI ban January 6 protesters and other “domestic extremists” from air travel without being convicted of any crime or even given a hearing to determine whether this prohibition is justified. Rep. Thompson even demanded that Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) be put on the no-fly list, then took to Twitter to boast of how proud he was of this demand.
Beyond the DHS bulletins, that agency and other intelligence operatives continue to issue reports, for both public and classified consumption, warning that the greatest national security threat the U.S now faces is domestic extremism. As we reported here last month, that “domestic extremist” designation includes not just anti-Biden and anti-government protesters on the right but also leftist groups including animal rights activists — essentially anyone who objects to prevailing ruling class dogma and wants to use their constitutional rights to advance those views. To compile these reports, the CIA appears clearly to be breaking the law in using its vast intelligence weapons for domestic monitoring and control. - Glenn Greenwald
I understand that it is important to voice your opinions and to speak up for what you believe in but you need to be smart about how you are doing that. When I look around on platforms like Gab, I see a lot of people in a reactionary state. Meaning they post without thinking first, typically in reaction to something that has offended or upset them. I understand the need to blow off steam but you need to be prepared to explain any post to a court of law on day - that is the mindset you should be posting from.
Just today this article was published that is painting a very clear picture about what is coming:
As the nation marks the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, an expert on domestic terrorism is sounding the alarm of her concerns about future politically motivated attacks.
Amy Cooter, a senior research fellow at the Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism at Middlebury College, told ABC News that while not everyone involved in the attack was officially part of a militia or right-wing group, many shared common beliefs with those militant groups. Cooter said she was concerned those individuals could be recruited to join right-wing groups and can be easy to recruit.
“I don’t think that Jan. 6 is the end of the story. I’m quite concerned about the activities that we’ll see headed into the next presidential election cycle in particular,” Cooter told ABC News.
The Southern Poverty Law Center characterizes militia groups “by their obsession with FTX’s (field training exercises), guns, uniforms typically resembling those worn in the armed forces and a warped interpretation of the Second Amendment.”
Cooter has done extensive research on extremist groups and even spent three years embedded in Michigan militia groups as a graduate student, observing how they recruited and trained people.
“I went to field days, training exercises, their public meetings and other events, starting in about 2008,” she said.
One major takeaway from her experience, she said, is that despite holding what some may think are extremist views on politics and current events, many of the militia members she met blend into society like everyday people.
“The reality is many people who are in militias are very normal people, people who have jobs who have families who if you met them on the street, you might not ever guess they were actually a militia member,” Cooter said.
Cooter said that the inconspicuousness of militias is troubling, possibly leading to a rise in such groups over the years. - ABC News
In October of 2020, CSIS published a report hyping the threat of “right wing domestic terrorism.”
West Point Counter Terror Center just published their own report, entitled “The Terrorist Threats and Trends to Watch Out for in 2023 and Beyond,” once again hyping the right wing domestic threat.
Please read and absorb this information. I am trying my best to help people, but it is really hard to help people who apparently do not want to help themselves.
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