As you can see, I’m back. It’s good to be back. Thank you for your prayers – I am not kidding you – they WORKED! <3 <3 <3
If there is one thing to remember, THAT is it. Prayer WORKS.
If you’re short on time, skip the rest, or just read the headlines.
THANK YOU ALL.
I wanted to keep this [reasonably] short, so I chose the “top 10” format again.
1. Extreme typing skills disappear in around a week of disuse
This is surprising, but when I could not get through a single sentence without a mistake last night, I knew something was up. I’m struggling now, but the skills ARE coming back.
2. Y’all did amazing – this place is doing great, and I can prove it
It was almost tempting me to abandon you all to SUCCESS and simply disappear, because things are WORKING. Just take a look at the stats. The new authorship configuration isn’t just working – it’s BETTER.
Look at that final weekly cycle! Good stuff. We have NEVER had a week like that.
Time to celebrate some WINNING and then figure out how we can get us some MOAR. 😉
3. Unmasking Trump is unmasking. Gun-Grabbin’ Vlad is now totally unmasked on Venezuelan commies.
This I did not see coming, but when it came – oh yeah.
But yeah – it’s not like we COULD NOT have seen this coming.
The revelation point for me was Venezuela being behind the “caravans”.
Now let’s see….. what would the “Jimmy Carter / Barack Obama response” to THAT be? Take whatever THAT is, and do the OPPOSITE, and you’ve got the TRUMP RESPONSE.
Oh yeah. 😎
To borrow a picture from OT….
But OH YEAH, Russia wanted this guy. 🙄
I am still SLAPPING MYSELF in the face over falling for the DEMOCRAT/COMMUNIST MIND CONTROL on Muh Russia.
The point was NOT to make us fall for the short-term BS of the Democrat projection of the MUH RUSSIA lies. It was to very subtly position us so as to avoid any REVERSALS of the larger globo-commie geopolitical agenda over the 4-8 years of Trump that their plan anticipates.
Weaponized psychology. Pure KGB-CIA.
Speaking of which…..
4. I cannot watch any form of mass media “entertainment” now without seeing the mind control
Everything. Absolutely everything. It all makes me CRINGE now.
Turn on “HBO”. It “advertises” for itself. But now I see it as propaganda for propaganda. My jaw just DROPS at the brazen mind control.
We tell ourselves that we see the propaganda and filter it out, but we are lying to ourselves. We only see the top layer. The top layer that we actually SEE is the “throw-away” – the Hail Mary – the OTT that serves to do exactly what it does – to make us go “AHA! We see it!” – and to then miss all the rest. The professional stuff.
Exactly as planned.
For every obvious instance of mind control that you catch, look for three or four more messages, that are stronger, deeper, and more subtle. THOSE are the REAL intent.
I no longer view what these people do as mere INFLUENCE. Influence may be sneaky, but it fundamentally accepts the idea that there is an option to NOT change your mind. It may approach you in a sneaky way, but it does it through the accepted API, if you will, of media that you can accept or reject.
MIND CONTROL accepts no validity of any form of opposition. It will subvert the very medium against the medium’s best interests to force its message past the medium to the target.
MIND CONTROL will hold the medium hostage to attack the target.
MIND CONTROL raises the bar “beyond the pale” to do WHATEVER IT TAKES to get the job done.
By Any Means Necessary. PURE Holderism. Brainwashing.
And remember – I’m talking about “ENTERTAINMENT”. This doesn’t even count the FAKE NEWS. And speaking of Fake News….
5. Fake Science is a thing
Once I started seeing how FAKE science has become, there was no turning back. Every single one of the science societies and associations is corrupted now. We simply CANNOT TRUST any of the major mainstream associations to be honest with us. They are ALL politically controlled.
Pretty soon, according to the politically controlled associations of psychologists and psychiatrists, “trans kids” will be “normal”, and opposition to “trans kids” will be “mental illness”.
Wait for it. Be READY for it. BE PREPARED. (Boy Scout Motto)
Be ready to USE your preparation to DESTROY THE CREDIBILITY of the politically controlled science organizations.
They are SOVIET and they can be labeled as such quite successfully.
PREPARE FOR BATTLE.
We are going to have to stand up like never before. We are going to have to bring exactly what Q has said – to make the “experts” who mock common sense and basic logic literally ashamed to walk down the streets.
And THOSE who inflicted them on us will have to answer. Those nations which DEGRADED and DECEIVED America will need to answer. They will STOP and we will show mercy. Or they will NOT STOP and they will ANSWER for their CRIMES.
6. I believe Trump saw the Democrat “shutdown false flags” coming
There is more to this than meets the eye.
Our President knows how to play “chicken” with Cheating Nancy “Mafia Donna” Pelosi better than she does, which is actually saying A LOT. He certainly has more BLZ than I do.
I was getting QUITE nervous that we had not yet seen some kind of “false flag” attack that the Democrats would then try to blame on Trump as part of their government shutdown strategy.
My feeling is that the Communist Democrats were waiting for our VSGPOTUS to commit HARD to an “as long as it takes” shutdown – allow for some “doubling down” on various painful items, and then hit the news with the dead American bodies, courtesy of the same rogue KGB-CIA contractors who do all the MK murders for the Democrats.
SO – when Trump called off the shutdown, because he actually CARES about people like us, I breathed a sigh of relief. And trust me – there are some innocent Americans SOMEWHERE who will be breathing for a lot longer, thanks to that decision.
Add to that, the fact that VSGPOTUS is a remarkably good chess player. He held out JUST long enough to (1) unmask the radical communist Democrats, (2) demonstrate that an emergency wall build is necessary, and (3) blame-shift onto the Democrats at historic levels. ALL of this without DACA approval actually being conceded.
The Dems should have taken a deal. Too late now. Trump WINS everything by “conceding” NOTHING. Very few people understand TIME like Trump.
7. There is something we don’t yet understand about Epstein Island
I’m not sure what is going on with Epstein and “Pedo Island”, but something is not adding up.
- There seems to be an enormous amount of disinformation
- I’m not getting the proper “spiritual vibe” on things, and I tend to trust my gut on this stuff
- In Clinton-world, there is always a REAL scandal under the FAKE scandal
- Law enforcement tolerated this guy out the wazoo. WHY?
- Epstein is clearly a “short-eyes” for teen girls – the evidence is STRONG. But is he actually a satanist?
- How much of the Epstein mythos is REAL, and how much is BS?
- What kind of temple is this REALLY? Does anybody actually KNOW?
Epstein needs more investigation. Not rumors. Strong explanations.
8. So far, so good, on my first above-ground thermonuclear test
One cannot engage in something like my little public MK reveal without expecting a large number of effects. Without going into details, the results were roughly what I expected, with the net result being BETTER than expected.
There will be much more to assess. In the meanwhile, I can say that – overall – new knowledge is tracking STRONGLY toward the video that Q always points us toward. The ESTABLISHMENT have used every tool at their fingertips to empower and enrich themselves. Even things – maybe ESPECIALLY THINGS – that they should not have touched.
The SILENCE from the right places is deafening, and in that silence, I am getting radar pings of new understanding that are going to explain even more than I thought possible.
The CONSPIRACY that ran me over like a dog in the road is going to see a bit of sunlight. From many directions. Even a crippled coyote can pull back a curtain or two.
9. Calizona is a thing
Trust me – The Lingerie Leftist is only going to get worse.
This is KGB-CIA mind control at its best. People like Kyrsten Sinema (you know, like Sin + cinema!) are PRODUCTS designed to GAIN POWER. This woman – with a nearly perfect Soviet Russian policy record on Palestinians (a beautiful time-independent tell on global communist alignment) – was bumped up the political chain JUST LIKE Obama, and somewhat like Hillary.
Bill Clinton. Obama. “Canada” Kamala. Goofball Ossoff. Danny O’Connor. Occasional Cortex. Ms. Cinema.
It’s always the same. ELECTABLE PRODUCTS are not a capitalist thing – they are a COMMUNIST thing. Hidden hard-left baggage snuck into power, and when they get caught, they blame the MONEY in politics and simply try to re-game it for advantage.
You cannot begin to FIGHT this stuff until you admit to exactly what they are doing, and you cannot admit to exactly what they are doing until you admit to exactly what they are doing to YOU.
I personally find this chick HOT in a very weird and perverse way, EXACTLY like she is supposed to affect people. I am simply crude enough and honest enough to admit it, because I want to debug and disarm their socio-cyber weaponry.
It is no accident that she dresses the way she does – that she acts the way she does – that she was CHOSEN to ASCEND.
This is ALL PLANNED, folks.
I have LEARNED FROM TRUMP. I am UNMASKING. And I am SPREADING the ABILITY TO UNMASK.
Between Botox Nan, Occasional Cortex, and Kinky Kyrsten in her faux underwear outerwear, we have popcorn from now until both Trump’s reelection and the Pence-Pompeo primaries.
Just remember, however – this is Mind Control. This is part of the intentional degradation of our system of government, which they MAKE YOU WATCH.
Think of it. We actually PAY the KGB-CIA to subject us to this garbage. to INFLICT this nonsense on us.
Hilarious. And WICKED.
This PLANNED ACT by Kinky Kyrsten is EXACTLY WHY they forced this hapless chick on us. This is WHY they created the Sinema-McSally race and then cheated it to a Sinema win, with the whole thing RIGGED so that there would be no objection by “Poor Puppy” “Poor Normal American” “Defeat with Honor” “McCain Junior” McSally.
YOUR DEFEAT CONDITIONING WAS TELEVISED.
Sinema-versus-McSally is just Obama-versus-McCain is just Obama-versus-Romney all over again.
It’s not just the VICTORY they want – it’s the DEFEAT for YOU to experience.
KGB-researched, CIA-perfected, communist theater that YOU are forced to watch.
The key points to remember are that:
- This is not an accident
- This is Mind Control
- The best ways to FIGHT BACK all begin with RECOGNITION
It’s important to recognize that what they do is INTENTIONAL and PLANNED with MEDIA COMPLICITY.
It REALLY IS “Fake News”.
Speaking of which……
10. “Learn to code” is a lesson in karma, redemption, and the moral superiority of guns over humans
This will take some explaining. 😉
The bottom line is that “Guns don’t kill people – people kill people.” is a very profound statement, and learning to code when your job is taken away by less scrupulous humans will actually TEACH THIS.
Humans will use you, abuse you, and then abandon you. Machines won’t. Not unless humans MAKE THEM DO IT.
Oh, the irony. That we should ASPIRE to be like machines.
Well, except for the part about the machine using a gun, but that gets complicated. We’ll save that for another time. 😉
To get to “guns don’t kill people” by the scenic route, let’s look at the idea of insulting people with the malicious (yet helpful) advice of “learn to code”.
Where did this come from? Most people think it started with the “advice” from the leftist establishment to coal miners and other “deplorables”, that when the elite sent their jobs to China and Mexico, that they should “learn to code” instead. Because “those jobs aren’t coming back” – or at least so we were told.
This is worth a closer look….
Although there were a few useful idiots on the left who grabbed some headlines and “virtue attaboys” by actually taking such “you can code” re-education talk seriously, the advice was, in fact, a SCANDALOUS insult.
At least on the surface level.
An insult? Why?
Because the very same people who GAVE that advice were the ones who had in fact already KILLED THE CODING JOBS. by either shipping them overseas, or by bringing in immigrants under H1B visas to do the work more cheaply.
To say nothing of the fact that it was becoming harder and harder for those WHITE MALES (you know – the people who actually LIKE to code) to get coding jobs, with such jobs being given preferentially to everybody else.
You see? CYNICAL. Very cynical advice.
The schadenfreude of the current “advice” back to fired leftist journalists is real, but ironically the job market is much better, thanks to…….
Yeah. “Orange Man bad.”
However, it goes DEEPER. “Learn to code” goes back even further, to when it was the advice given to American scientists as THEIR jobs vanished, as American science became American Fake Science, lying FIRST to its own, before it began to lie to everybody else.
Hey – I know what I’m talking about here. I “learned to code”. And I thank G_d that this was my fate.
The beauty of all this sound and fury over coding is the deep irony that “learn to code” is actually good advice, and leftist-beaten but never-defeated Andrew Torba knows it, just like I do.
Sometimes – and this does seem to be a “God thing” – it is our very undoings, our downfalls, and our betrayals by those “craftier, less unfortunate, and more fortunately unindicted co-conspirators” that make us stronger and wiser.
“Learn to code” is the school of hard knocks. It is where one learns things like the following:
- Code is the best place for globalist management to hide their LIES, because most people can’t SEE them in code.
- Memos say what management wants everybody to believe about management. Code says what management actually wanted.
- Management always wants YOU to code the lies – they refuse to learn to code because then THEY would not have YOU to blame.
- If you won’t do it, management will find somebody else who will.
- Foreigners make GREAT “just do this and don’t ask annoying ethical questions” coders, and that is why globalist management loves them.
- Machines don’t lie. People lie, or force machines to lie.
- Guns REALLY don’t kill people. People kill people, and the deadliest people don’t use guns. They use LAWS. Bad, deceitful, cunning LAWS. You know. LAWFARE.
- Guns have a message, if you listen very carefully. “If humans get rid of guns because they cannot live with them, there will be nobody left to tell humans they are getting worse, and possibly too bad to be allowed to continue to exist.”
- See how that works? You can bet that SOMEBODY did.
The view from the bottom is SPECTACULAR. Sometimes getting sent there is a blessing in disguise.
Learn to code. Trust me – it’s for your own good.
wolfmoon welcome back!!!!!! 🙂
Thank you! It is GOOD to be back!!! 😀
Seriously, now I want to take some time and peruse the site. I have turned in my report, and after a brief rest, I’m going to check out all the great posts I missed!
Enjoy our 1000+ thread. We were a little chatty that day for sure. 🙂
Wolfie, so happy and relieved you are back, and thank you for this interesting post. Need to go back over it, especially not getting the part about coding. It’s greek to me. Lol.
Short version – coding brings one closer to God, if one simply lets it. One learns to look up to the innocence of machines, and to see man’s sinful nature without bitterness or recrimination against God. It can be the Protestant work ethic on steroids. It can be the Kindergarten of design – the appreciation of creation – the understandable and discernible edges of a reality we are free to admit is greater than ourselves.
“Learn to code” really IS good advice! 😀
Thank you for explaining.
You’re most welcome! <3
There are other options!
GREAT top 10 Wolf. Just wanted to say Hi! (You will never see things the same again.)
Hi back, Big Mama! Great to see you! 😀
Wolfmoon I am so grateful to see you back safe and secure! There is nothing but love for you here. You built a monster that will only grow over time.
AMEN! Great to see you, Flep, and wonderful to be back! Y’ALL DONE GOOD! 😀
You left at a time when so many things were breaking loose. Whether you were here or not, there would have been lots of comments.
I am glad you are back and I have enjoyed the other treepers posting. It gives you a chance to relax and reflect a little more which is always a good thing for everyone.
I don’t really think you are Q…but there were no Q posts while you were gone. Now that you are back, if we get Q posts tonight, I will wonder if you are Q.
I am glad you are back safe and sound. I enjoyed your article. Thanks for this opportunity in the new Q-tree.
We missed you and prayed for you daily.
Oh, Elizabeth your speculation on the Q identity made me laugh out loud!
Thanks, Elizabeth! I really appreciate your comments – and particularly even the suggestion that I *might* be Q! 😀
I will admit to being a HUGE FAN and STUDENT of Q – and not afraid to adopt Q’s methods. If I sound at all LIKE Q, it is ME emulating Q and not vice versa!
I was wondering if there were Q posts while I was gone. Glad I didn’t miss the show!!! 😉
Thanks again for your prayers. I needed them!
Nice “deflection” Wolfie!!! LOL! Welcome back, sir!
Flep is how I found this place, yay me!
Glad you are back, cheers to your’s and everyone’s health, wealth & happiness!
Thank you too for brilliant, intelligent comments and Q. 😊
welcome redridge!! Any friend of Flep is a definite friend of ours!!!
Cheers to you as well, redridge! And one more to Flep for bringing you here!
Welcome back Wolf.
I loved your reflections specially about machines it’s more insightful than most people might know.
there is much spiritual insight at least for me. I read for transformation that is how I am wired.
Sorry I cannot spell but have great comprehension skills and everyone is so kind here.
You gave me much to contemplate on.
You are most welcome, singingsoul!!! 😀
We’ve had a TON of old faces from CTH come over here in the last two days – it’s been like a mass exodus. I’ve seen a LOT of lurkers liking comments. Despite this crazy growth I think we’re still virtually troll free!
Michael!! Troll FREE for realz!! That is Super Encouraging! It’s our Prayer Warriors and all our thoughtful Posters…GOD’s Grace!!
Amen and Amen!
That is GREAT news! Thanks for that. AND KNOCKING ON WOOD – TROLL-FREE!!!
Well, we WERE troll-free until that wolf guy showed back up.
[simmer down – just kidding around]
Agree, and Flep so glad you are here as well.
Can’t even digest All the little and BIG pieces of wisdom you just posted!! Just know that reading it brought a tremendous amount of relief to all of us that you are back! Leonidas RETURNS! With even more knowledge and wisdom then when he left!! Hugss dear Wolfie! You have lots to catch up on!! –Oh–And Steve did his job. Morose Marica stayed upbeat–even under duress!
HA! “Morose Marica”! LOL! Y’all are killing me! <3 😀
Hugs to you, too, Marica, and all the way around! <3
Welcome Home Wolfie!! 🤗🍾🎉 🎈🏡 🌳🦋🤸♀️🦋
Thank you and thank you for your prayers of protection. They WORKED!
Your So Welcome. All the Promises of God are Yea and Amen, to the Glory of God, the Father! The enemy CANNOT cross the Bloodline, declaring that daily has NEVER failed me in the years since I’ve been doing it. I picture an electric fence, with Jesus zapping any kind of demon that tries to touch it!!😃
God does the work, we just phone in for help 😉
Butterfly!! I see those cartwheels!! and raise you some HUGS!! 😆
Thank You, Bless You, Back at Ya Sweet Marica!! 🥰🥰 🦋🤸♀️🤸♀️🦋
Welcome back Wolf!
(Can you tell us were you went?
I may talk about it someday. But not just yet! 😉
so glad you’re back!
I understand a lot of your points except for finding Sinema hot–maybe it’s a chick thing, but she holds no appeal to me at all…I see the rotting soul inside.
and your comments on machines…does that include AI?
Men are often able to spot “trouble” in certain other men who are skilled at deceiving women, and similarly for women who can “spot” other women like Sinema. Not at all surprising to me that I might be distracted by Sinema’s superficial charms, and you are not! 😀
AI is problematic, in that problematic humans control the programming. After watching a humorous AI get shut down for learning troll humor, which was called “racist” by the PC IT folks in charge of it, I realized that AI will be saddled with much erroneous human baggage. THAT is the real problem, IMO..
HI + DI > AI
Human + Divine > Artificial
Again, welcome back! I love your articles because they always teach us to look harder, look deeper. To beat them we must try to be aware of what they’re doing and also how they’re doing it.
I had this singled out to post on Open Thread but it might be good here.
#4.~ Mind Control
An article that immediately gets the WTF exclamation and rightly so but it actually goes deeper
Curator: Emphasis on Families in History ‘Privileges Heterosexual Lives’ (https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/01/27/emphasis-families-history-privileges-heterosexual-lives-senior-national-trust-curator/
(On displaying art) Rachael Lennon said that the traditional narratives about historic estates means that “same-sex desire and gender diversity have generally been given little space,” according to The Telegraph.
“In the historic house, there remains an emphasis in the collective imagination on the experiences of ‘the family’ often resulting in a narrative that privileges heterosexual lives,” she added.
On classical art of males)
Anger as UK Heritage Body The National Trust Hides Art Depicting Men ‘to Highlight Representation Bias’
it shrouded pieces of art depicting men in a bid to “draw attention to the lack of representation of women” at a stately home in Northumberland.
(On hiring )
WHITES NEED NOT APPLY: Brits of English Heritage Banned from Paid Training Posts… at English Heritage
So..the real message is…classical paintings and art pieces will need to be restricted to try and combat feelings of pride of heritage, self contentment in heterosexuality.
It’s such a danger that showcasing works by homosexuals or women or.augmenting the current displays with art by women..it’s not thorough enough. Families and males in art need to be eliminated from sight. . You will think of it if you see it so they’ll take it away..
Thinking for oneself is on the chopping block as well as traditional families and males.
I went to a local history museum in my American city last year. There was an exhibit about local clashes between Native Americans and the British colonists. The exhibit claimed that European children were often kidnapped by the Native Americans but “were given a good life.” This was illustrated by a large display of Native American mannequins with smiling white children bound in ropes behind them. WTF? I have severe doubts that these “kidnappings” were as happy and beneficial for the children as the museum claims. I immediately thought of the number of school field trips who walk past that exhibit and absorb those images of happily rope-bound children being carried away.
Like Wolfmoon said, the mind control is everywhere.
You are right. Back at the time 1st person accounts by those few who survived were very popular, and I read some. Utterly gruesome. Decapitation, burning alive, & of course scalping alive, including children…..So yup it was not all beaded moccasins and corn pancakes….
My impression was likewise that cross-cultural and even inter-tribal abductions were always nasty affairs. Survivors, ironically, would “Stockholm” heavily into the abductor culture over time, and would not do well if recaptured.
A great article about such things…..
I’ve seen photos from the 1870s showing men staked out spread-eagled with shallow slices across their torsos, painful but not fatal in themselves. Done by plains indians to captured whites.
LOLOL..that’s almost comical. If they were so happy why aren’t they playing with the other kids.
Yeah, really wonder what even registers on the kid’s brains
I’ll have to be loooking more too just to see the things that I never noticed before.
I have noticed on Netfix..that place is globalist brainwash central. Movie after movie ..all foreign with subtitles so ya feel just like you’re one of them. a couple of those now and then but a steady diet, no thanks. My Lib daughter said she was even sick of their programming
Very profound thoughts here, Wolfmoon. I will need to re-read and digest a bit, especially as regards learning to code.
The mind control of the media is very apparent to me, too. And I am sure there are parts of it that slip right by me. I find myself analyzing anything I am watching, looking for the tell. I am seeing the attempt to normalize pedophilia in everything lately!
I am glad you are back!
SOOOOO glad to be back! 😀
Yes – the pedo normalization is everywhere now. SCARY.
The aerial view of the Epstein temple-thing shows designs outside the building. If you look fuzzy at them, it almost looks like side and first part of top design could be a “p” with three top sections playing at being “O” “E” “D” or something like that. Not that you could prove anything. It was just an interesting pattern matching exercise.
That aerial view of the “temple” looks like something from Ancient Aliens….hmmm that would explain a lot
To me the temple looks Egyptian. Now if the dome would open to expose the sky I would say pre Christian or early Christian. The Temple is most likely Pagan. I need to look at some of my Biblical Archeology books.
A Temple where sacrifices take place..?
Thanks! Unknown on sacrifices – I may start looking for accounts from visitors.
I saw a graphic somewhere (Neon Revolt, maybe?) where it showed that the dome houses the motor room for the elevator which goes underground.
According to Neon Revolt’s research on this subject matter, the pagan aspect all traces back to the same source throughout time.
Whether it’s Baal, or Molech, or by other names, it’s all the ‘Mystery Babylon’ religion, the names just change from culture to culture (like the Greek gods, e.g., Zeus, became ‘Jupiter’ for the Romans).
“And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.” (Revelation, 17:5)
So this thing which many today call Satanism, the ritualized pedophilia and child sacrifice that seems part and parcel of the animals at the top of the Cabal today, is not any new thing under the sin.
“Is there any thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new? it hath been already of old time, which was before us.” (Ecclesiastes, 1:10, KJV)
Found it, at least some of it:
Neon Revolt (on Gab):
“Because I just posted a lot, and I don’t want it to get buried, here’s the “Mystery Babylon” series of posts I made tonight:
Part 1: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/46074411
Part 2: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/46075279
Part 3: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/46076125
I just don’t want it to get lost in the mix. These were probably the most important posts I wrote tonight.
Here is another link that was posted on Neon Revolt, about Epstein’s pedo island:
And one about the tunnels on Epstein’s pedo island:
Here’s a 7 minute video on the pedo island temple, says the design and color scheme are Egyptian in origin. The golden statue of the owl on top of the temple is known as ‘Moloch’ (a.k.a. Molech, etc.):
Not sure if this pic will post, but you can see the owl statue, the symbol of Moloch:?auto=webp&s=f9c9dd498f5cf74aa790421e89aed7614770c6b1
Bible passages about Moloch:
“And he defiled Topheth, which is in the valley of the children of Hinnom, that no man might make his son or his daughter to pass through the fire to Molech.” (2 Kings 23:10)
“And they built the high places of Baal, which are in the valley of the son of Hinnom, to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire unto Molech; which I commanded them not, neither came it into my mind, that they should do this abomination, to cause Judah to sin.” (Jeremiah 32:35)
There are lots of verses about Moloch:
Lev 18:21: “And thou shalt not let any of thy seed pass through the fire to Molech, neither shalt thou profane the name of thy God: I am the LORD.”
Lev 20:2-5: “Again, thou shalt say to the children of Israel, Whosoever he be of the children of Israel, or of the strangers that sojourn in Israel, that giveth any of his seed unto Molech; he shall surely be put to death: the people of the land shall stone him with stones.  And I will set my face against that man, and will cut him off from among his people; because he hath given of his seed unto Molech, to defile my sanctuary, and to profane my holy name.  And if the people of the land do any ways hide their eyes from the man, when he giveth of his seed unto Molech, and kill him not:  Then I will set my face against that man, and against his family, and will cut him off, and all that go a whoring after him, to commit whoredom with Molech, from among their people.”
1 Kings 11:7 “Then did Solomon build an high place for Chemosh, the abomination of Moab, in the hill that is before Jerusalem, and for Molech, the abomination of the children of Ammon.”
Acts 7:43 “Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon.”
Awesome stuff – thank you!!! 😀
Alternating contrasting colors, usually black and white, but here blue and white, especially with horizontal lines, is a characteristic of Islamic architecture.
A gold dome on top is also a common feature of Islamic mosques.
Statues of people or mythological figures, otoh, are definitely non-Islamic, especially for religious purposes. All realist art, especially representing the human face, is verboten in Islam.
All in all, it strikes me as a mishmash, designed by an amateur.
“I understand a lot of your points except for finding Sinema hot–maybe it’s a chick thing, but she holds no appeal to me at all…I see the rotting soul inside.”
I know what Wolf is referring to, but it is overwhelmed by the rotting soul inside that you also see.
So on balance, I mostly just see the Borg queen.
What I get is the “slutty librarian” vibe, or “Hot for Teacher.” I always found women like that kind of gross, but I get the appeal, even though I am a very hetero female. I just find them difficult to take seriously.
She has definitely been “chosen” to be what she is, however. Perfect for the liberal beta-male mind, and the bi-sexual leftist female contingent.
This photo is how they made her up for the primary and election:
She looks like a Republican candidate, which is 100% not by accident.
Here she is at her swearing in:?crop=1232,1936,x105,y42&width=534&height=712&fit=bounds&auto=webp
Here she is on her first day in Congress:
And Sinema as Hooker::large
She’s a chameleon.
The ‘attractive’ part is simple: teeth-whitener, physically fit, and the white-blonde hair.
The white-blonde hair is key.
I became more aware of this phenomenon back when I watched Fraud News and Tomi Lahren was on all the time.
A woman’s hair is her ‘covering’ (1 Corinthians 11:15), and the angelic white-blonde hair is positively BLINDING.
Give Tomi short dark hair — or even long dark hair — and she is still just as ‘pretty’ as before, it’s the same face, but without the ‘high beams’ of that white-blonde hair shining directly in your eyes.
The white-blonde hair makes it hard (at least for many men) to ‘see’ anything else, because it overwhelms all of her other features — for better or worse. If the other features are not ideal, the white-blonde hair distracts from them. And if the other features are all positive, the white-blonde hair lights them up like a neon sign in a dark room.
It’s the same effect Kirsten Neilson (Homeland Security) is going for. It has a powerful effect on perception.
Picture Kirsten Neilson with dark hair, and you’ll see what I mean. She would look like a completely different person.?quality=90&auto=webp
She’s clearly of vile character, weaponizing her sexuality and dress, degrading to women everywhere and our cherished institutions of government, imperfect though they may be. She is the left’s political version of Lady Gaga, shocking and provoking but never thinking, distracting us with a daily circus of never-ending concoctions of strangeness and lewdness, designed to trigger an endless series of cognitive dissonance events taking us from the words of language and facts, steering us instead into the realm of taste, fashion, and emotion. The more shocking and provocative she is, the more people will react with the shock and emotion she seeks to elicit, and the more subtly, steadily, and surely she pushed people away from intellectual thought and reason and toward the manipulable realm of outrage and feelings. A subtle but powerful mechanism to attack and undermine the civil decorum of the Senate, with the end game of subverting the Republic. May others see her games for the wickedness they are!
Great description of her attack!!!
Thanks – I’m hoping more people can see through her charade.
An intent of eroding morality. Destroy the good and the true by attacking the beautiful. Overturning reason and morality in the Senate is her goal – very communist.
Except that Lady Gaga can sing. Extremely well. If that was all she did, she would be very beneficial to our society. But alas, she diminishes what she does well by playing the fool damn near everywhere else. Stresand also.
Very helpful! I think this is ON THE MONEY!!!
Funny how in that picture of Tomi Lahren, there’s a red arrow labelled “CON” pointing straight at her (OK, part of a word, probably convention, but the crop worked out fortuitously (or, at Victor Borge would say, fivethreeitously 🙂 )…
Just a quick female comment from a former blonde, Tomi’s mane is real. This Kirsten chick’s came out of a salon. Check out the roots. Also, the styling and product it takes to do that straight thing is nowhere close to natural.
I disagree about Tomi’s hair. She might be a natural blond today, and might have had that shade of blond hair in her childhood, but no adult naturally has blond hair that light.
There are women out there that do. One of my grandmothers was a blonde like that for quite a while.
I stand corrected, DP. I wasn’t aware of anyone like that.
In the case of a professional like Tomi, however, whose physical appearance is an advantage to her career, I still suspect some technology is in play!
Could be. At least the curls. Those aren’t natural.
I see her as free not bound to societal norms. Maybe that is where the attracting comes in for me. I have always been atracted to people who are different. I am not talking sexual attraction but I have a fascination about them.
Maybe this is where the brainwashing comes in to portray the new crop of dem females in congress as cultural or societal norm. We are eased into numbing our senses that these type of females are the new norm in Congress.
Funny we do not see it with males in Congress..
These women look exciting to young people who were inculcated with Holiwood didzes and immolated their fashions. Focus on beauty and outlandish dressing not character and ethics .
I was talking about Sinema.
Good thinking here! The HOLLYWOODIZATION of Congress! CULTURAL Marxism!
“It is well that the people rejoice, so long as they think of nothing but rejoicing.”
Welcome back, Sir Wolf! You can’t imagine what a relief it is to see you posting again. 🙂
Thank you! And it is a RELIEF to be back here! Hallelujah!!! 😀
Thank God you made it back Wolf. Rest up and refresh those Wolf instincts and remember the successes in your absence was because you built this mellow and thoughtful refHuge and you were never far from our minds.
Two notes from /qresearch/ about Epstein Island:
1) There’s no outside door on the temple. The “door” you see is painted on. Either the whole temple is a fake or the real entrance is underground.
2) The tennis courts on the island look suspiciously like missile launch pads.
I thought there is a door on the Temple not focus on the painted on. There is one on the side it seems a sliding door metal? The door might open electronically no doorknob . Scary really once inside the Temple who has control of the door?
I have been in Germany in a Cassle where there was a chapel and one had to go douwn steep steps to a get to the body of the chapel.
I would love to investigate the Temple to see if the true purpose of the building is actually deep underneath .
Thanks, Sadie. Now THAT is very interesting.
There does appear to be some kind of side entrance down the hill a bit. And I have GOT to check out those tennis courts…… 😮
I tried finding links about the Epstein tennis court, but they’ve been scrubbed. Scroll to the bottom of this graphic:
We missed you Wolfie… and worried about you… and of course prayed for you.
Prayers are a powerful mantle, and Qtreepers use them 24/7.
You sound positive, buoyant even. Hope you moved gently during your sabbatical.
Could not have chosen a more eventful time to return… my gut says all h%ll is about to break loose.
Have stocked the pantry, filled the tank with gas… candles and matches available. Ready for just about anything.
Batten down the hatches… full speed ahead. Our POTUS needs us.
Aloha Wolf! I agree the use of guest post hosts has been fun and beneficial. I imagine you have A LOT of people who are asking for permission to start posting. I finally committed to gab, only bc of this group. We got to over 1000 posts the other day already!
Aloha and thanks! 😀
Glad to hear you’re on Gab! Gab is going to do something very cool to advance internet commentary – looking forward to discussing it soon.
1000! Hooray!!! THAT is very cool!
Good to see you back, Wolfmoon! Hope you had a chance to catch the super-duper Wolf Moon (all we got here was our special “astronomical event cloud cover” 🙂 ).
There’s a French classical pianist, Hélène Grimaud, who has a wolf conservancy center. I found her when looking up “synaesthesia” (seeing musical notes as colors), which often occurs with perfect pitch (two traits that I share with her; if only I shared her incredible keyboard skills too [sigh]). I think her “hyper senses” could be what led her to her fascination with wolves, and the idea to build a center, sort of an “exploratorium” to educate people about wolves.
Here are a few links/articles about her, and the center.
Her Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 and Brahms #1 and #2 are among the best. Here’s Hélène Grimaud performing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto #2 in C minor, Opus 18 (Lucerne Festival Orchestra, conducted by Claudio Abbado).
(Barry Manilow fans might notice some themes he lifted, along with the old standard “Full Moon and Empty Arms”)… The video work here (IMHO, as a musician) is great – you can see by her expression that she’s “seeing” the notes…
It would be interesting for people with synesthesia to compare notes (er, so to speak). Do you all see the same color for middle C, or C# above it, or D, D#, E, F…? (My guess would be “no” but a “yes” answer would be VERY interesting!)
Could one produce a video with a piece of music and the colors flashing by so that non-synesthetes could see what you “see”?
I haven’t asked anyone about that (had a girlfriend with perfect pitch, but she didn’t have synaesthesia). Kind of funny, though, a doorbell would ring (or something) and we’d both name the note(s). One time we were at the SF Conservatory, and just as a woman walked in, the bell rang, we said “G, E-flat”, she said, no, G#, E… we glared at her, then the bell rang again. Sheepishly, she replied “your’re right; G, E-flat”…
(See the things musicians get worked up about? Kind of like arguing about arrays of pointers to other pointers [the pointer sisters?] with compiler folks – and telling them they suffer from varicose brains)…
I’d like to find out what Hélène Grimaud sees/hears, but I haven’t the nerve to email her… I guess I will, eventually, as there are other pieces where it would be interesting to see if she hears “greys” (Brahms Piano Quintet, end of third movement) or Vaughan-Williams’ “The Lark Ascending” or Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (DOUBLE Orchestra, with a string quartet on top of that! – really complex textures and colors there) see
which has the score as the video…
Scriabin invented a “Color Organ” to express the colors he heard, but I’ve not seen it in concert or video so I can’t say… In my case, the more sharps, or “brighter” the key signatures, the more toward orange and yellow the colors get. In the other direction, the colors go to greys, browns, and blacks. Maybe that’s the origin of saying something is in a darker key (I noted OT that West Side Story’s “A Boy Like That” seemed to be written in 12 flats, from how dark it was (and all the black keys I got to hit, playing it), but it was only five flats IIRC. Then it went to six sharps (the segue into “I Have A Love”) and it was MUCH brighter colors (lots of reds, pinks, yellows, oranges) (sounds odd, but that’s how it is). Just looked up Scriabin’s list, his colors don’t match mine, but researchers say he was a fake synaesthesiast (or whatever). Worse, he was a Theosophist (Blavatsky and all that), so I’m not going to look farther on that, especially since it was more synthetic than synasesthesiatic…
Looks like I’m building a to-do list here 🙂
There are also people who associate colors with numbers, and other couplings… Don’t know if it’s ascribed to left-brain/right-brain “leakage”, or “they’re coming to take me away, ho ho, ha ha, he he”, or what 🙂
I always suspected “darker” keys (e.g., D) were ones that had slight discord in the older just intonation scheme, and that the term was essentially meaningless today since under equal temperament, (e.g.) perfect fifths are always *exactly* the same interval (not quite a 3:2 ratio but close) whatever the tonic note. For someone who *doesn’t* have perfect pitch, I can’t imagine that it really makes a difference what key a piece is in (as long as it sticks with it), under equal temperament. (But, this is something where I am self-and-very-incompletely educated.)
I’ve never been able to ask a true expert about this, so it’s just a speculation on my part.
For those with perfect pitch who see colors when notes play, of course, it would mean something entirely different.
It’s also a source of endless mirth (or strife) when string players get together with pianists or wind/brass players where their pitches are relatively fixed. The great cellist Pablo Casals would give people fits with his explaining intonation; in fact he would play scales where the notes going up were slightly different than the notes coming down. Heifetz was also a stickler for intonation, and (according to a friend of mine who was a student of his) would de-tune their violins (slightl) and make them play in tune in spite of that. THAT would be difficult indeed.
(Makes me think of “I named my dog stay. Come here, Stay. He’s insane now)…
I haven’t looked at it lately, but there was work done on attempting to avoid “distemper” (I suspect it required dogged determination, no doubt). With today’s electronics and technology, it could probably be done, but most people would either find it sounds odd, or it’s not worth the trouble or expense.
(But the violists would feel right at home 🙂 What do a violist’s fingers have in common with lightning? They never strike the same place twice…) (Bada Bing)…
The winds can generally slightly adjust their pitch if needed (and they will need to do so to agree with each other). For example a clarinetist can pull the barrel slightly away from the rest of the instrument (leaving a tiny gap on the outside of the instrument) to get it to play ever so slightly lower. It’s a good idea though to give your instrument a while to assume room temperature before mucking with it, as that too can affect the pitch. There are even barrels made for clarinets that are designed to be able to change their length with a dial.
It’s easy to tell when they don’t agree, even with no perfect pitch, because there will be a beat frequency if they’re close but not exactly the same.
Of course a trombonist can adjust same as a string player.
Yep. Trumpets have slides to help adjust as well, but neither quickly nor very far, just “tuning slides” (something else to foul up with valve oil). The advantage string players have (as shown by Heifetz’s victims, er, students 🙂 ) is that they can adjust almost instantly, and, in the case of violists, often unintentionally 🙂 And then there’s Scordatura, where a string instrument is tuned (usually) lower on one or two strings. An example of this would be the Kodaly solo Cello Sonata, where the G and the C strings are tuned to F# and B, respectively. Great piece, and a bear to play well (or should I say Wolf 🙂 )…
And playing a brass instrument (especially baritone, trombone, or tuba) on a cold day is HORRIBLE…
Especially at a championship band review… that’s why you see all those puffs of steam coming out of the instruments with the musicians trying to warm them up… Kind of wonder if someone will come up with an electric warmer to get the instrument warm. Then again, it would add to the weight. Even those horrid “toilet bowl” Sousaphones aren’t immune to the cold…
And then, pity the poor harpist, who usually has 10 or 15 minutes of peace between tunings 🙂 I did a concert once where the harpist was sitting next to a stage door which didn’t close all the way… long day for her, it was…
And getting wind players to agree with each other 🙂 Depending on the bore, conical or straight, they go out of tune in different ways (!) depending on the temperature, and probably if they soaked their reeds in Vodka or Scotch overnight… it’s interesting just how much technique is involved once you get past the beginning and intermediate stages of playing. Sort of asymp(hony)totic, one might say 🙂
Garrison Keillor (hate his politics, but he’s funny, anyway) wrote a piece called “The Young Lutheran’s Guide To The Orchestra”, which is a hoot. (I have it here somewhere….oh where, oh where…).
Hmmm. Make a song, “do you see what I hear”…
In many cases it’s like a tapestry, with all the different notes, which is what I was trying to describe with the Tallis Fantasia. Someone who could paint or generate images could do that (my drawing/painting talent ends at stick figures and fences 🙂 ). Oddly enough, my friend with perfect pitch could look at a tree or a person or object, and draw an almost photographic replica of it…
Have to think on that a while… have to look and see if anyone’s tried it (other than Scriabin)…
Hey wolf, thought something was up.. H3LL I’m on my 3rd twitter account so sometimes it is hard to keep up with you all.
Did you all see the newest from the left
Leftist Darling Alyssa Milano: ‘The Red MAGA Hat is the New KKK Hood’; Attacks Covington Catholic Students
It’s nice to see you here!
Glad you made it Kin!🤗🙋🏼♀️🦋
Why “Learn to Code” Meme ENRAGES the Media
Wow, I didn’t get the memo that I needed to set up a twitter account with an anime avatar so I could tell laid-off journalist to “learn to code”. I’m obviously not with it.
Welcome back from the nefarious zone
From the end of the video (7:45 to 8:07): “One key takeaway however from the survey spoken about at the beginning of this presentation, is that when asked, almost 70% of the people thought their trust in the media might be restored somehow.
When asked what might restore confidence in the media, among other things, people said they want a lack of bias in reporting.”
This is either a phenomenon where people say what they think is expected for them to say, or it is a fundamental lack of understanding about human nature. Or some of both.
Human beings are biased; our perceptions are necessarily subjective. To claim to want ‘a lack of bias in reporting’ is like saying you want a lack of arms or noses or lips on people.
Bias is part of human nature.
2. a. A preference or an inclination, especially one that inhibits impartial judgment.
a particular tendency, trend, inclination, feeling, or opinion,
an inclination of temperament or outlook especially : a personal and sometimes unreasoned judgment : prejudice
To eliminate bias would be to eliminate a significant element — and a necessary element — of what we are as human beings.
Pretending to be ‘unbiased’ is itself a deception, and only provides cover for further deception.
So if we recognize that eliminating ‘bias’ is not only impossible, but not even desirable even if it was possible, then we are (finally!) free to consider other options — options which are not contrary to human nature.
The best one I know is competition. Allow for competing viewpoints, a true free market of ideas, and trust that The People will decide what is best for themselves.
If we can’t (and frankly, shouldn’t even try to) eliminate bias, then embrace it. Have overtly ‘conservative’ news to counterbalance whatever the side of darkness calls itself on any given day — and let the market determine who survives and thrives.
The Left can’t allow this, because they know both historically and presently that their ideas never win any competition, free-market or otherwise. This is why they must corrupt the system in order to control and censor.
Sorry about the extensive boldface, it was not intended.
One missed ‘/ ‘ and the whole post is messed up. No possibility to edit, and no simple word-processor type tools for emphasis (boldface, italics or underline) during composition.
It’s incredible that WordPress (and most other ‘forum’ software I know and use) is essentially using early 1980s ‘BASIC’ computer language level programming technology in 2019.
Not sure I agree entirely, Scott. The best professors I had at university were those that hid their biases, and I wasn’t sure if they were conservative or liberal, republican or democrat. I think that has become very rare these days.
“Not sure I agree entirely, Scott. The best professors I had at university were those that hid their biases, and I wasn’t sure if they were conservative or liberal, republican or democrat.”
Yes, I agree with you especially in that context, where (in a classroom) there can be no competing professor offering a different point of view.
I think it would be better to acknowledge that one has a bias (as everyone does) and then let the kids know that in order to do his or her job well, he or she shouldn’t be hitting them over the head with it (i.e., their bias).
If the teacher just pretends like he doesn’t have a bias (or worse, convinces himself that he doesn’t have a bias), then it’s either being dishonest to the students or being dishonest with himself AND the students.
If one is not aware of his bias, then how can he possibly prevent it from ‘showing’?
But I think the ‘bias’ is somewhat of a manufactured problem, too, in this sense.
50 or 60 years ago, ‘bias’ was hardly a problem in schools, because everybody’s worldview (Dem or Repub) was patriotic, pro-American.
And the schools weren’t politicized, they taught ‘reading, writing and arithmetic’ (and history, civics, etc.).
What ‘bias’ could there really be, when nobody made it their mission in life to tear down anything and everything ‘American’?
It is only AFTER the politicization of the school system that ‘bias’ became an issue, because now there were two sides: the traditional, and the subversive.
Why should anyone ever ‘hide’ a pro-American, traditional American ‘bias’? We ought to be encouraging it.
The only person who should ever have to hide their ‘bias’ is someone whose intention is to undermine our institutions and our country.
In my opinion, of course 😁
Scott, the politicization was starting in some places earlier than many realize. After I was out of primary school, Goldwater ran for president, and I wore a button with his picture and was taken aside and scolded by my English teacher. Also, we were made to attend an all-school assembly where Paul Erlich, author of The Population Bomb, spoke to our school, and I almost bought into his propaganda, but I soon realized it was garbage. all through high school we were harangued by liberals in the English department about how racist all whites were. Have to add I lived in a university town, which probably contributed to this.
Being in a college town almost certainly had something to do with it. It took them longer to infiltrate my neck of the woods.
I went to the same grade school that my father attended, and when I was in 2nd grade, I had the same teacher who taught my Dad when he was in 1st grade.
This was around 1974 or 1975.
At the end of each school day, she would lock the door, pull down the shade on the door, and have us all sit on the floor around her chair. Then she would read the Bible to us for about 5 minutes.
And she told us not to tell anyone, because if we did, she might get in trouble.
We loved hearing the Bible stories. And we loved our teacher.
Nobody said a word 🙂
sScott, you were very blessed, especially to have that second grade teacher. Have to say I also had wonderful grade school teachers. In fact, my second and third grade teachers invited our entire class to their weddings, and I thought that was very special. My first grade teacher made me kind of a teacher’s pet. Her name was Mrs. Knapp. She realized one of the boys in my class had scarlet or rheumatic fever, can’t remember which, and he told me when we were adults she saved his life as it affects the heart. Junior high was mostly good, but high school was mostly not good at all, though I did have two excellent teachers that I remember.
“Scott, you were very blessed, especially to have that second grade teacher.”
Yes I was.
She remembered my Dad from when he was little (it was a fairly small community, and she lived there, so she was probably aware of all of ‘her kids’ as they grew up), and I looked very much like my Dad at that age, and my teacher often slipped up and called me by his name throughout the school year.
Which I thought was neat, because like most boys that age, I wanted to be just like my Dad 😁
“Have to say I also had wonderful grade school teachers. In fact, my second and third grade teachers invited our entire class to their weddings, and I thought that was very special.”
That is a great memory to have!
I suspect that for many teachers of children at that young age (pre-school through about 2nd or 3rd grade) that the children she cares for and teaches every day become sort of like her own, to a degree.
So it seems perfectly natural to want to include them in a big event, like her wedding 🙂
Thank you, Scott. it was fun to walk down memory lane together.
When Diana West was doing research recently on how Franklin Roosevelt was able to hire so many Communists into the federal civil service system during his administration, she found that the New York City teachers’ unions had already been deeply penetrated by Communists at that time.
We are not just talking some political bias in the schools here. Many of these Communists were not just fellow travelers, but active, organized agents of a hostile foreign power.
And Roosevelt’s 1st inauguration was in March, 1933. So this is a long-term, deep-seated phenomenon. They probably have about a century lead on us in subverting our schools.
In the 70s, my parents, and many other people, were very concerned about ‘bias’ in the news. We even studied it for a unit in social studies class in my (progressive) grade school. The material was sort of a joke, as they gave as many real or imagined examples of conservative bias as ‘liberal’ bias. ‘Liberal’ was a codeword for Leftist, of course. Nobody objective could think that this ratio was realistic in the media at the time, but for grade school kids in a public school, it’s probably as fair as you could be in a training context.
But the fact that they would even cover it in school shows that it was a common worry then, circa 45 years ago.
Reading this exchange between Scott and you, I am somewhat surprised how even people as knowledgeable and wonderful as you two are, and who flock to this tree, seem not to be sufficiently red-pilled on the question of how far back Communist influence in our education system goes…
There was also the Nazi Socialist sympathizer group aligned with Prescott Bush that tried to remove FDR. Was the communist infiltration Eleanor’s doing or was it FDR’s own ideology? Did the communists and socialists and/or Eleanor influence FDR to enact the New Deal?
Are you referring to the attempted removal incident Gen. Smedley Butler testified to, moving FDR ‘up’ to be ‘Senior President’?
A.) it’s horrifying for me that this happened, and
B.) it’s even more horrifying that most people don’t know about it, and might think us crazy if we mentioned it. Seems like the Establishment has almost everyone comfortably blue-pilled into a nice cozy cocoon.
If we are thinking of the same incident, I hadn’t known that it was specifically National Socialists involved, or that grandpappy Bush was implicated.
If this is the case, my concern would not be so much that Prescott Bush was wrapped up in National Socialism as that people like him, at the senior Skull and Bones level, would regard National Socialism, ‘moderate’ Republicanism, ‘Conservatism’ etc., the way that Erdogan in Turkey regards democracy, namely, as a bus that you ride until you get to your destination.
Yes, I was referring to the Butler/Bush plot. I definitely agree with your concerns.
ga/fla thank you, love Diana west. interesting questions to ponder. tend to think they were all just fellow commies. Then there was that commmie, Harry Hopkins.
“Reading this exchange between Scott and you, I am somewhat surprised how even people as knowledgeable and wonderful as you two are, and who flock to this tree, seem not to be sufficiently red-pilled on the question of how far back Communist influence in our education system goes…”
There is only so much room in my tiny brain for so much information 😁
I am therefore grateful always for correction 🙂
It’s not in any way a correction, Scott. More like helpful advice on how to view the past, and how our country and our civilization landed in the predicament they are in now.
And if anyone on our side ever becomes discouraged by how many opponents there are in our society, and how they always seems to scurry about strategically, and to then subject us to a Full Court Press, please remember that they are not 10 feet tall. They are just passionate about a very bad system of beliefs they were tricked into believing, and their side has been at this over 100 years, so they have multiplied their forces through generations of recruitment.
Not at all sure I think they were “tricked.” certainly not the leaders.
Covadonga, I’m well aware of it, but glad you mention what you do for the benefit of those who are not familiar with the subversion, and it goes back even prior to the 30’s. I just spoke about my own history, but I had, for example, a Braille resource teacher for the blind, from when I was first in school, who was an avowed socialist. I think they started rewriting history books back in the 20’s.
I apologize for underestimating your grasp of the situation.
covadonga, no apology necessary. Love to read your comments and have learned a lot from you. We can all learn, besides which, I need reminders.
Your comment about the Communists not being tricked doesn’t have a reply button, so I’m replying to it here instead.
I think some belief systems have trickery built into them, for conning both children and adults.
This would include Marxism (esp. Bolshevism and other Russian variants,) Islam, “Scientology”, some Christian cults, some Hindu cults, some Japanese cults, the system of the fictional socialist government described by Orwell in 1984, etc.
In the extreme, such as in the Soviet Union, or even in medieval Islamic cults like that of the Assassins, the tight control of information, and the way that the indoctrination is administered strongly resembles what Wolfmoon has referred to as ‘MK’, if not in fact being identical with it.
So I don’t think children being raised in an isolated context under such a system can be held fully morally culpable for falling for it.
That said, it seems like all of these systems put an emphasis on the practitioner carrying on the con, recruiting others using the same lines of BS and same methods as we’re used to rope him in.
So these systems have aptly been compared to cancers in the way they spread through and corrupt society, and their followers aptly compared to NPCs.
Absolutely backing you up on calling that MK!!!
The synergy of global MK applied to society through mass forms, and individualized MK using all manners of methodologies – openly when possible, surreptitious when necessary – combine to create a much greater effect. It is NO ACCIDENT that Obama was given propaganda powers by Congress. Individual MK is almost useless without GROUP MK and SOCIETY-WIDE MK to reward the individual for their acceptance of conditioning.
Great comments, Wolfmoon.
“I think that [being unsure whether a teacher is conservative or liberal] has become very rare these days.”
No doubt. Most of my teachers in high school would have been characterized as conservative, but I didn’t really know or understand that until freshman year of college, where the overt Leftism and animosity toward basic traditional American values was shocking (at first).
I was very much concerned that my grade would be affected by traditional views, and not being the type to just grin and bear it (I could not possibly have gone through 4 years like that), I analyzed the problem and found a solution.
Most of my classes (especially freshman year) included a lot of written essays, generally 5-page papers. So for the first paper of every such class, I would just regurgitate whatever the professor had taught, giving their own talking points right back to them, like a good little NPC, and get the ‘A’ grade.
Then I had them, because I had established a baseline, and proven by their own standard that, all other things being equal, I was an ‘A’ student.
The next paper, I destroyed their Leftist idiocy. It made college a whole lot more interesting, going to war with my teachers, rather than just trying to stay below their radar. I couldn’t wait to get my papers back, to see all the scribbled arguments in the margins and just how ‘triggered’ they were by my writing.
And once the second paper was turned in and the cat was out of the bag, I was free to challenge them in open class too, which was GREAT as far as experience goes. I had to make sure I knew my subject matter well enough to hold my own against the teacher (which was surprisingly not very hard to do) and in front of all the other kids.
What could the teacher do to me?
I already had that worked out. If they gave me a low grade on the 2nd paper — and the only thing different was that I disagreed with their Leftist viewpoint instead of parroting it back to them — then I had them dead to rights. I had already proven I was an ‘A’ student, when I told them what they wanted to hear, so they couldn’t (I thought) give me a low grade simply because I wouldn’t drink their Kool-Aid.
And I was right. I had a plan if I wasn’t, though. It turned out that more than a few of my teachers appreciated my papers — though they strongly disagreed with my views — because most of their other papers were a BORE to grade — but with me, they could FIGHT.
And the same was true in the classroom. Some were very put off and just stopped calling on me (in the larger auditorium size rooms), but a lot of them called on me regularly even after they knew I was opposed to their ideology, because it made for a good classroom discussion. Instead of people sleeping through another boring class, there was a ‘fight’ going on, lol!
So this routine worked very well, until my senior year, when one bitter Leftist feminist man-hater gave me an ‘A’ on the first paper, and a ‘D’ or ‘D-‘ on the second paper, where I disagreed with her ideology and views.
So I talked to her about it, and she was as nasty as I thought she would be.
So I did what I had always planned to do, if it ever became necessary. I went to the Ombudsman, and explained what my strategy had been, and why I parroted the professor’s dogma back to her on the first paper (for an ‘A’ grade), and then received a ‘D’ when I attacked her politics on the second paper — and that there was no way it could be right or fair that I should receive a lesser grade simply for challenging my professor’s ideology.
The Ombudsman asked to see both papers, so I gave them to him, and he read them both while I sat there in in front of his desk.
Then he crossed out the ‘D’, and wrote ‘A’, and circled it, and initialed it. He asked me to give it back to my professor and tell her to update the change in her grade book, and to tell her that if she wouldn’t, he would.
[I don’t think any Ombudsman today would put a student in that position to say that to his professor, but that’s what happened, back in the 1990s].
So I that’s what I did.
She didn’t like it, but she changed my grade to an ‘A’.
I don’t think she ever called on me in class again after that, and as far as I could tell, she didn’t even read my papers after that either, she just wrote ‘A’ on them.
So the strategy was completely successful, beyond my expectations. Instead of keeping my head low, and having a miserable college experience, I had many great arguments and debates with my professors, some of whom actually appreciated it.
Not to mention some of the students (girls, mostly, so that wasn’t bad 😁 ) who would give me encouragement, telling me (after class) that they were glad I was standing up to the insanity.
And the ONE TIME when I was actually penalized, I was ultimately vindicated. Because I had laid the groundwork and proven I was an ‘A’ student by the professor’s own standards first, before I disagreed with them.
Steve, That was a great strategy. Good job.
Scott… Sorry about that.
I wouldn’t try that strategy too much here. Wolfmoon won’t black list you but Marcia may get depressed and Sylvia does still have her shovel.
Scott, smart strategy. Elizabeth, lol.
“I wouldn’t try that strategy too much here. Wolfmoon won’t black list you but Marcia may get depressed and Sylvia does still have her shovel.”
I wouldn’t worry about my trying that strategy here… I think my views on any number of subjects have already been disclosed 😁
And the last thing we want is for Marica to be depressed.
A game of Dodge-shovel with Sylvia might be fun though, if she’s feeling better 😁
Anybody could do the same, and it would be great to teach high school kids this tactic and prepare them for college.
And the more kids who did it, the more effective it would be. Imagine if half the class took an opposing view to the teacher’s Leftism on the second paper, after telling the teacher what he or she wanted to hear on the first paper and getting a good grade for doing so.
It would change the whole dynamic of the class, and put the teacher on the defensive, instead of the students.
Safety in numbers, for those who aren’t yet equipped to go it alone 😁
Great story and strategy, Scott!
And it’s repeatable, it will work for anybody, so kids on their way to college should try it!
Agreed, Zoe. Part of the training to be a good writer or reporter (yes, there used to be such a thing 🙂 ) was the ability to recognize one’s viewpoints, frames of reference, and biases, and to intentionally present opposing or different viewpoints, no matter how distasteful. Unbiased is probably not the right term to be bouncing around with regard to reporting anyway, “balanced” would be better, as it’s a rare case indeed where there are only one or two points of view of a particular situation.
One might call it “a suspension of this belief” (as opposed to disbelief). Or, “just the facts, Ma’am”…
In High School and Uni we were sometimes asked to debate/defend/advocate viewpoints that might be far away or antipodal to our own, and to do it well. Sometimes in a snap debate/pop quiz situation. Learning the means and mechanics of defending one’s ideas and viewpoints often is helped by reaching deeper into opposing ideas and viewpoints in order to find weaknesses, syllogisms, or, even good points, which, in the end, strengthens one’s own position.
W.R. Hearst would definitely not be a good place to start, “Rosebud” notwithstanding…
thank you, cuppa.
I think you have a point here, but so does Singular Zoe.
What I would say to the media pukes if they asked and I thought they’d actually heed my words:
It’s difficult if not impossible to get around one’s own biases, to be sure. But I think the very least that can be expected for “trustworthiness” would be honesty and due diligence.
1) Don’t make Adam Schiff up just to embarrass the people you can’t stand, even if it’s stuff to support the bigger “truth” you think is out there. Example: Don’t make up a memo that is blatantly fake just to support your belief that GWB was a draft dodger…do you hear me Dan Rather?
2) Don’t jump all over a story and report it because you like it, UNTIL you do at least some checking on it to be sure it’s true. That would apply to the Cohen “subornation of perjury” bullshit as well as the recent Covington deal.
Following those simple rules would go a long way to reassuring people you’re at least TRYING not to be biased. But you haven’t really got a handle on it yet until you tackle one other blind spot,
3) The above are basically forms of lying, either on your part or the part of your sources, uncritically repeated. But another pernicious form of bias is in what you decide to cover. When a gaffe by one side is newsworthy and a gaffe by the other side isn’t, that’s bias. When good economic news under one president is newsworthy, and good economic news under his successor isn’t, that’s bias too. Really evaluate newsworthiness. Ask yourself, “if this would/would not have been newsworthy under the other guy, why isn’t/is it now?”
If your audience has no idea what you really think, or some of them are sure you support the people you can’t stand, then you’re doing an adequate job–well at least a vastly better one than you’re doing now–of suppressing your bias.
“I think you have a point here, but so does Singular Zoe.”
Yep, I agree, especially in the context of a situation (like a school classroom) where you only have one teacher, so there can be no ‘opposing view’ presented. The classroom is essentially a dictatorship, and the dictator is either benevolent or subversive.
“It’s difficult if not impossible to get around one’s own biases, to be sure. But I think the very least that can be expected for “trustworthiness” would be honesty and due diligence.”
I agree in principle, but considering the nature of the news business (much like the moral depravity of celebrity Hollyweird), is it realistic to expect more than maybe 5% to be ‘honest’ and do their ‘due diligence’?
You see the problem?
It’s like looking for ten good men in Sodom.
“Really evaluate newsworthiness. Ask yourself, “if this would/would not have been newsworthy under the other guy, why isn’t/is it now?”
In an ideal world, that would be… ideal.
But considering the nature of Man (generally), the nature of the kind of people drawn to celebrity-oriented ‘news business’ (generally), and the nature of the ‘news business’ itself, we will never ever approach a scenario where the ideals you rightly appeal to would ever come into play.
Maybe I’m just far more cynical, but just look at the complete and total corruption of the ‘news media’. If anything, it’s even worse than the corruption that permeates our government and intelligence agencies.
That’s not ever going to be fixed. As SD says, if the choice is to strip it down to the frame, make necessary repairs, and rebuild it, vs. put some bondo and a fresh coat of paint on it, the institution will go the bondo and paint route one thousand times out of a thousand.
Even if the MSM as an ‘institution’ was rebuilt from the frame up, how long would it take to get right back where we are today? A year? Less? All the main players would still be ‘around’, the kids coming out of the colleges have been marinated in the corrupt Leftist ideology with its total lack of integrity or morality, the people who use the MSM for their own ends are always going to be a phone call away, and any legitimate MSM has to make money to survive. Put that all together, and I give it a year at best before we’re right back where we started from.
As I have asked on other subjects, has any large institution, once having become corrupt, ever reformed itself, in the history of mankind?
If it has never happened before, then are we not naive or living in abject denial to think that it will happen now, or in the future?
For me, it always comes back to this: the nature and character of man has not changed since Adam.
Once you really internalize that, then you can begin to create safeguards (as our Founding Fathers did) to counteract that nature and character of man, as it relates to the nature and character of power.
Oh, there’s no denying that this is a standard many/most would fail to live up to, but SOME can.
What I was trying to drive at was to define a standard whereby someone who IS inherently biased could overcome his biases enough that that 70% who said they might trust the media enough if it ditched its biases…could say “yeah, now I can trust the media again.”
It was, in other words, a standard a biased human could follow so that his biases wouldn’t leak through–too much. That’s why I was saying I agreed with both of you. I acknowledge that everyone has biases, but I suggest a way that someone can act that makes the bias much less of an issue, and the suggestion should be understandable to that biased person.
I’d be surprised as you if it ever came to pass, and as surprised as you if it ever remained that way.
Steve, I agree with this.
Sorry to interrupt the Erudite Community 😉–However, Speaking of Mind Control–I think this tweet deserves our attention…
Reblogged this on RedLegLeader Blog.
W – welcome home! Sort things out and then let us know what you can. What you can’t, well, you can’t!!
As for the above, since this is a dedicated Q tree, I’ll leave it at this:
Some of us who have been outside the wire fully understand what the Ultra Secret  really looks like. Nicely done.
Q+ WWG1WGA 5:5?
Exactly. Skippy is no dummy. He would have seen that getting the evidence started in an early, credibility-building fashion, independent of outcome, would be smart, and also capable of leverage to influence the election itself. IN FACT, I would wager that he was ALREADY mapping out strategy and taking active measures BEFORE he wrote that email.
BBROYGBVGW (couldn’t resist that color code, i.e. Blue Violet Goes Willingly)
(Bad Boys R@ped Our Yellow Green, Blue Violet (Sinema?) Goes Willingly)
(mnemonic for Black Brown Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Violet Grey White)
This is Just Disgusting.
Cognitive dissonance and disorientation being used to bring in their “new way” or “third way”…
Alinsky/Marxist/Satanic tactics *cough* writ large…
Here in beautiful downtown Deutschland, Gerhard Schröder (OUR Øbama) would often propose ridiculous or outlandish laws or changes to law, society, or whatever. Or Trittin and the Greens (proponents of Pedophilia, no less) would do the same.
The public (read: voters) would respond with shock and outrage, at which point Schröder would appear to back off and make appeasing/pseudo-apologetic statements.
Then he’d propose a slightly watered-down version of the same, at which point everyone would (mildly, or with relief) approve, saying effectively, “well, that’s not so bad after all then, isn’t it?”…
A diluted/deluded Devil is he, and the author of the Russian pipeline(s) fiascos…
CC, I love hearing viewpoints from people in other countries so thanks for your post. I speak frequently to a lovely lady from Germany who worked for me many years ago before she moved back to California and she is more cognizant of what is happening in our country than most who have lived here all their lives. I have learned much history from her.
Gerhard Schröder sounds exactly like Obama…same tactics to wear people down. But now, I believe
they know they’ve lost with so much continually being exposed and they are using their last rounds of ammunition. What people see as funny tells a lot about who they really are so that is a benefit to sort them out. It is really difficult for me to see that anyone would see humor in this “comedy routine”. Sick!
This has all been quite an education for this country girl as my naivete continues to wear away with the truth about practices and behaviors in what is considered the “upper echelons” of sectors of society in the U.S. that I thought were only found in remote, uncivilized parts of the world. I read recently an article about the Mexican cartels and it said the media would not tell you they cut out and eat the hearts of their victims. 🤦♀️
Here are some links which detail what could be termed “hedonism styles of the rich and infamous”…
New Year’s Ball for the Ultra-Rich (see the 1972 pics below)
And, if you thought UNICEF was just for kids (or, perhaps, FROM kids, as in trafficking):
The elite were just as decadent back in 1972:
And, here in Europe, the elites, globalists, and Satanists (but I repeat myself) are partying too.
Gotthard Pass’s new bore is finally finished:
And the Large Hadron Collider “fires up”… seems like they’re conjuring up more than just particles…
Thanks for the links…will check them out and I am sure I will learn a lot!
He sure is a goofy looking piece of excrement. I’d have broken every mirror in the house if I knew that’s what I looked like.
One of the many faces of evil.
Welcome back, Wolfie!
I’m so glad you’re back home safe and sound!
Thanks, Wheatie of the Thousand Comments! 😉 😀 LOL!
Seriously, WELL DONE!!!!
Yes, very glad I’m back and everything is AOK! 😀
What a relief!
We’ve been worried about you, and praying for your safety.
And hey…I cannot take credit for the high number of comments.
That was the work of all our fellow Q-treeps!
They’re awesome, aren’t they.
Yes – very!! This place gets better all the time! 😎
Imagine what the number of ‘views’ are if the # of comments are 1000+
I’m gonna guess that there are many who seldom comment,
but are here and supportive every day.
I’m seeing that the lurker numbers are extremely high, not only in views (WP gets numbers), but in other metrics I use to monitor site health.
Welcome back Wolfmoon. Hope you have the perfect tan assuming R&R.
“Everything is better when it’s properly aged and wearing the right hat for the job.”
Yes, and yes. Oh yes.
All work and no play makes Wolf a dull Doge. And vice versa! 😉
Welcome home, Wolfmoon, and it is so nice to have you back safe and sound! You were truly missed and I am sure we all look forward to more info on your travels! 🙂
Love that picture!!! 😀 Thanks!!!
WM, Thanks for the “Top10” especially for this piece which really grabbed my attention, “It’s not just the VICTORY they want – it’s the DEFEAT for YOU to experience”.
This seems from your statement that their pleasure is derived from our “experiencing” defeat. This actual core of their “madness” I’ve never before considered first brought me back to the 2008 and 2012 election aftermath that took some time (well actually a lot of time) for me to seriously work through and knowing many like me that I know and many I did not know personally had the same experience, it now makes sense that orchestrating a mass experience of defeat is powerful elixir for them.
Knowing this is equally powerful in how we respond in individual interactions. I am now seeing many things throughout my own life through this clearer lens and it is very interesting…..
Here’s some help for you recovering your “typing skills” as you reintegrate and I can personally attest to the value of the information.
Foods linked to better brainpower –
Cool! Thanks for that info!!! 😀
I’m going to modify an old knock knock joke:
Obola. Knock Knock!
Obola. Knock Knock!
Orange you glad Trump is president now?
OH MY!!! I will definitely have to steal this one Steve!! I will teach it to my granddaughter who will then torture my liberal daughter’s family with it for weeks!!! LOL
The beauty of it is, they won’t dare discipline her too much for it…I hope.
And, they could reply to Øbozo with another one:
(Øbozo) Who’s there?
(Øbozo) Banana who?
(Øbozo) Who’s there?
(Øbozo)(Frustrated) BANANA WHO???!!!
Ba NANA NA NA, Ba NANA NA NA, Heyy Heyy Heyy, Goo-ood BYEE!!!!!
Cuppa!! Good ONE!!! Love KNOCK KNOCK Banana Jokes!!!