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“The very existence of flamethrowers proves that sometime, somewhere, someone said to themselves, ‘You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I’m just not close enough to get the job done.”
― George Carlin
The infernos are presently raging everywhere, not just at false flag nuclear facilities in Ukraine. All the institutions of the west are so sufficiently degraded or in ashes, there would be no point in trying to resurrect any of them, if only because there’s nothing left to start with. Science is bought and owned by management. We are told to worship it as our new God. Government agencies are bought and owned by woke corporations, another new God. Universities are a joke. Media work for intelligence agencies. Hospitals work for government death accelerators. Public education is organized child abuse and institutional sexual confusion by teacher’s unions. Bankers at half a dozen institutions own everything. Our noble overlord Bill Gates is the largest farmland owner in America, just in time for global food shortages. Now that’s a man with his finger on the pulse of the future eager to extinguish other pulses to fulfill his Ted Talk prophecies.
The Only Distancing That Matters Now is System-Distancing – Francis Berger The most significant step any individual can take in this time and place is to sincerely acknowledge, once and for all, that the System, together with Establishment that runs it, is evil – meaning it is anti-God, anti-spiritual, anti-Truth, anti-Beauty, and anti-Goodness. This simple acknowledgment doesn’t seem like much, but it is incredibly significant. At its very core, it is the choice of good over evil; virtue over sin; truth over lies; courage over fear; reality over unreality; salvation over damnation; love over hate; and hope over despair.
How much do we “owe” basket cases is the question of the 21st century. It’s a legitimate question. I only ask that it be addressed honestly & frankly,
— HappyAcres (@HappyHectares) March 9, 2022
System Distancing Has Become A Spiritual Imperative – Francis Berger More specifically, that the evil present in the System is not the result of unfortunate but inevitable glitches, flaws, defects, screw-ups, missteps, mismanagements, or malfunctions occurring in an arrangement that is otherwise fundamentally “good”, but the realization that the evil in the System is intentional, planned, orderly, organized, routine, efficient, precise, methodical, all-encompassing, and businesslike.
On the Infestation of Small-Souled Bugmen He is what a sterile corporate wasteland spews out. Millions of him, almost exact replicas who are relentlessly told they are unique by clever marketers, and who believe it. He is a personality defined by brands, a blue-checkmarked Twitter user. Bugmen are what we get when a culture is infantilized, watered down and stripped of the very intellectual, philosophical and honourable fibre that once made it great. Totally dependent on the compromised support of his nanny state and high-tech devices, the bugman has been reduced to the status of a domestic animal. A 200-pound child.
‘Russians hit my training base last night’ — Ukraine through the eyes of a US Army veteran fighting there “I survived because the missiles struck the hard structures instead of the tents where I was.”
Who was the first black person in America? In this cultural climate, you’d think students would know who the first black person who came to the United States was. The New York Times would have you think that the first black who came to America was one of the twenty slaves who arrived in Jamestown in 1619. But this is wrong by over a hundred years. The first black man to arrive in America was a man named Juan Garrido. Juan Garrido fought in climatic battles in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan. Tenochtitlan was a fascinating island city built in a lagoon, with canals running through it. It was a Meso-American Venice. Juan Garrido survived the exciting scenes that took place during the city’s conquest. Like when Cortes, Garrido, and the other conquistadors found themselves on top of a blood-soaked pyramid in the middle of the city, surrounded by enemy warriors who wanted them eviscerated. The pyramid was covered in the flayed skin of Aztec sacrificial victims, so they knew the enemy warriors meant business. The conquistadors had to fight down the temple steps, through ambushes in the hostile city, and make it back to their fortifications that they had set up at the edge of the city.
“(US foreign policy) is essentially kick the dog until it bites, call it a mad dog, then shoot it.”
-Curtis Yarvin on @michaelmalice podcast.
— kev (@NAPublican) March 9, 2022
Distance Yourself From the System Before the System Distances Itself From You – Francis Berger Remaining within the System’s financial machinery will not save anyone from the System’s objective of destroying that machinery altogether. Keeping a job will not mitigate the System’s open disruption of all jobs. Taking a fourth and fifth peck to ensure the right to travel will not obstruct the System’s goal of making world travel for ordinary people a thing of the past. Obeying the System’s latest social edicts will do nothing to stop the System from annihilating society.
IN THE BEGINNING the things I create rarely are what I want to say, but I keep going back into them with reverses, from the bottom to the top, start in the middle and work outwards, but to me, the thing is to keep going until you get it or abandon it.
Still, you can’t KNOW what you THINK until you SEE what you SAY.