Assassinating America

On the 60th anniversary of the JFK assassination,  the mainstream media continued their war on happiness and American traditions.

6:31 PM · Nov 22, 2023

Their solution to an imaginary food shortage is to shut down farming.

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8 Responses to Assassinating America

  1. conrad ziefle says:

    John Kerry is so funny saying these words as if they make sense and he fully, in the deepest level of scientific sense, understands how his irrational words are rational. I’ve come to believe that most politicians are simply actors who can be programmed to play any role with seeming conviction. With his little hands held as if he were capable of any deep thought or conviction.
    It’s those who believe in the real world vs those who live in fantasy. A real disaster, would quickly jolt the fantastically minded into really.

    • Disillusioned says:

      The problem with that last sentence is, as I see it, that they cannot distinguish between reality and fantasy. When I became disillusioned and provided my friends (at that time) with reality – real world, unimpeachable data – they chose to continue believing the “might, “may,” “could” pal-reviewed fearmongering predictions from ex-spurts like Jim Hansen, Mikey Mouse, Naomi Oreskes, Joe Romm, promoted by MSNBS, CNN, NYSlimes, WCompost, the UN IPCC, et al.

      ClimateGate had no effect on them at all. They doubled down. Showing them the charade before Congress in 1988, quoting Tim Wirth’s incriminating statements, quoting incriminating statements from UN and other world leaders openly calling for destruction of the west – and purposefully, knowingly scapegoating global warming to bring it about, had no effect.

      I could not understand why they were so averse to real data. I just knew the data would help them to no longer be worried about the global warming. After all, I had been just as indoctrinated as they. But I saw the light. That same light when shined in their eyes, revealed a total and complete blindness.

      Instead of seeing any light at all, they called me anti-science and a “climate denier” and quoted the same Cabal scamsters as proof that I had been hoodwinked by ultra right-wing extremists. (At that time they loved to scapegoat these two brothers named Koch for just about every evil.)

      They must have the ability to distinguish between fantasy and reality. Ergo, the problem.

      • conrad ziefle says:

        I wonder how much of that has to do with people who view themselves as unsuccessful and needing someone other than themselves to blame it on.

        • Disillusioned says:


        • Disillusioned says:

          The CO2-is-bad believers are also part of the same group that bit into the plandemic hook, line and sinker.

          The irony of ironies is – these gullible idiots today come from a voting bloc which was supposed to be skeptical of authority. In the ’60s, they didn’t trust anyone over 30. And in the ’70s and ’80s, every 10th Volvo or VW/Audi had a bumper sticker that said, ‘QUESTION AUTHORITY‘.

          I remained skeptical; but my compatriots took a leftist toin at Albuquerque – proving to me they had little or no backbone, no character, no real conviction (they basically believe whatever their Party tells them).

        • The alarmists spuriously present themselves as the rebels fighting against reactionary governments in the pocket of Big Oil, when in fact they have been dictating the disastrous energy policy which all Western governments have been pressurized into adopting.

      • Archie says:

        Vika can’t be saved. (Oblivion)

  2. Billyjack says:

    Kerry actually makes Greta look intelligent.

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