So as the 2020 presidential election campaign moves on down the road, there are an awful lot of candidates vying for the Democratic Party nomination. I’m not sure, though, that the voting public has a definitive picture as to what makes any one candidate different, or better, than any of the other candidates. It will be interesting to see how the candidates try to differentiate themselves from the field.

However I’m pretty sure that there’s a number of things that they pretty much all agree on, other than that they all share a distaste for Trump. As such, here is my view of what the majority of Democratic Party candidates believe in and the political implications:


  • They support open borders. Accordingly, they routinely prioritize illegal aliens over citizens. Supporting this political goal has resulted in the defection of Blacks and Hispanics who view new immigrants as a threat both to their jobs and their earning power. Labor unions have been disaffected also which played a role in the 2016 presidential election, especially in Pennsylvania and Michigan (two important Blue Wall states).
  • They are against the Judeo-Christian values, including constitutional freedoms, that this country was founded on. As such, hate crimes against Jews and Christians are downplayed.  For example, rampant anti-Semitism in Congress does not result in a public rebuke or even an apology.  Hand-in-hand with the anti-Semitism is the conscious decision of the party to turn their backs on Israel, all of which will result in the defection of some Jewish voters which could play a significant role in Florida voting in 2020.
  • They are for socialism and against capitalism. Most of the presidential candidates support the Green New Deal. Socialism will do well particularly in California, New York, Oregon, Illinois and Washington. However, all of these states already vote Democratic so in those states there will be no impact.  However, it will not sell well in Peoria, as the saying goes. This will hurt the Democratic Party throughout much of the country, but especially in states like Arizona, Ohio and Wisconsin.


With public support eroding badly for socialist figures like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, you might yet see someone like Joe Biden emerge to steal the nomination.  I know, he’s old and white…and, well, just plain creepy. In any event, he’s the Uncle Joe that we have come to know and love. What more could we want? A real president?


I thought that if you liked the last video from Dr. Bruce Lipton that you would like this one as well.


Here’s some of his key points:

  • We are not in this body
  • The body is like a television set
  • We are being broadcast into this body
  • This is a virtual reality suit
  • We also broadcast (our experiences) out of the body (back to the source)
  • We’re living the lives of programs
  • If you don’t like the program, you can rewrite it.

Take a minute and reflect on what this could mean.


“The universe does not exist ‘out there,’ independent of us. We are inescapably involved in bringing about that which appears to be happening. We are not only observers. We are participators.”  – John Wheeler, physicist

Mind Over Matter



While I’ve written about the power of the mind many times before, I thought you might find it interesting to hear what Dr. Bruce Lipton had to say about it.  I’ll summarize his YouTube video (link – as follows:


  • You are made out of 50 trillion cells
  • The cells are living entities and you are a collective of those cells
  • You are not a physical entity, rather you are energy waves
  • All animals and all plants communicate with each other through the vibration of these energy waves.
  • In physics, the collective of all the energy waves is called “the field” and each of us is an integral part of the field.
  • Your thoughts are not contained in your head.
  • You are like a tuning fork and you are broadcasting frequencies of your thoughts.
  • When you are having thoughts, you are attracting those things that are harmonically resonant with those thoughts
  • We collectively create reality (with our thoughts)


Remember, perception is reality because thoughts create.  Check out any YouTube video on Plato’s “The Cave” to see what I mean.



 “Trillions of synaptic conversations hum in parallel, that this vast egglike fabric of micron-thin circuitry runs algorithms undreamt of in modern science, and that these neural programs give rise to our decision-making.”   – David Eagleman, neuroscientist (talking about the brain)



A study by an international team of scientists, in coordination with NASA, has found that rising CO2 levels is having a tremendous positive impact on the global ecosystem. The study was published in Nature Climate Change and is based on satellite data provided by NASA.

Science has demonstrated over and over again that CO2 is the miracle molecule of life. As a recent article in Natural News says,The more CO2 we release into the atmosphere, the more nutrients are available for plants, and the more rapidly the Earth is re-greened.” Even NASA scientists have confirmed that carbon dioxide is greening the planet and NASA’s website has an article entitled,Carbon Dioxide Fertilization Greening Earth, Study Finds.”

It will interesting to see which of the Democratic candidates seeking their party’s nomination for president in 2020 will have a platform centered around the Green New Deal, and which ones won’t. The science is now clear.  It’s mostly only the politicians that will continue to lie.



To date, the following prominent presidential hopefuls have endorsed the Green New Deal. That being the case, I predict that none of them will become president in 2020:

  • Cory Booker
  • Kamala Harris
  • Elizabeth Warren
  • Amy Klobuchar
  • Bernie Sanders
  • Robert O’Rourke
  • Pete Buttigieg
  • Kirstin Gillibrand

Recently on MSNBC, Democratic Congressman Gerry Connolly stated that President Trump has “triggered a constitutional crisis… You ignore Congress’ demands at your peril, your legal peril, your constitutional peril.”  Here’s what the fuss is all about.  It’s something called executive privilege and it’s about to become the battleground of the new Civil War.

For those who may not already know, the government is set up in three separate branches (legislative, executive and judicial).  One of the key features in our form of government is something referred to as “separation of powers,” with each branch retaining powers that the other two branches do not have.  However, “separation of powers” has never kept one branch of government from trying to infringe on the rights of another.  Thus, the analogy to the new Civil War.

So, when Congressman Connolly says that you ignore Congress at your own peril, that’s a clash over “separation of powers.”  In this case, Congress believes that they have a right to govern in some cases regardless of what the executive branch decides. Of course, it works the opposite way as well.  Let’s look at a couple of cases of executive privilege that you may remember, one of which happened just the other day.

Senator Kamala Harris, who is running for President, had this to say at a recent town hall: “Upon being elected, I will give the United States Congress 100 days to get their act together and have the courage to pass reasonable gun safety laws and if they fail to do it, then I will take executive action….” So, if elected, a President Harris would ignore Congress if they don’t pass legislation to her liking and issue executive orders instead. I haven’t heard a peep from congressional members complaining about Harris potentially overreaching in the use of executive powers, It’s interesting that these very same congresspersons also never said boo about any of the 277 executive orders that President Obama signed while in office, especially the one that gave Obama the power to take over the media.

You could only imagine what would happen if Trump said something similar to what Harris said. Actually, we can imagine what Congress would say.  Congressman Connolly has said it already. That is, he feels that Trump has triggered a “constitutional crisis.” So, a constitutional crisis it is. The battle lines have been drawn.  Now comes the war. As Bill Maher said recently, “I think one way to get rid of Trump is a crashing economy.  So, please bring on the recession.  Sorry if that hurts people but it’s either root for a recession or lose your democracy.”

Note: Sorry, Bill, but what you would be losing is not a democracy (because we’re a Republic) but the totalitarianism (Deep State) that you support.  You don’t care if Americans get hurt, anyways, because Americans are just plain stupid (and “useless eaters”). Right, Bill?

The reason that Maher’s comments on the economy are relevant, though, has to do with the Federal Reserve and that something called executive privilege. Fed chairman Jerome Powell believes that, although Trump appointed him, he can’t fire him.  This goes to the very heart of the executive privilege issue and I predict that Trump will not only fire Powell but he will have the U. S. government take over the Federal Reserve (which is a private entity controlled by European banks).  Certain members of Congress won’t like it and it will be game on. This one has the Supreme Court’s name written all over it.




CNN just published an article (on its website) entitled, “Mueller’s Report Looks Bad For Obama.” While most of what is reported in the article is true, it’s what they left out that really matters.  What they left out is the real story behind the Russia collusion narrative.

The real story would have made good fodder for a decent John le Carre spy novel.  Unfortunately, it actually happened so it would have to be a documentary instead. The story, itself, is much too long for a simple post such as this, so I’ll just give you an idea as to who some of the key players were:

  • Joseph Mifsud, British spy
  • Alexander Downer, Australian diplomat
  • Christopher Steele, British spy
  • Stephan Halper, British professor and a FBI informant
  • Robert Hannigan, head of British Intelligence
  • Richard Dearlove, former head of British MI6
  • Chris Donnelley, former member of British Intelligence and now head of the British Institute for Statecraft
  • Sir Andrew Wood, former British ambassador


Sure, there is a whole litany of American government officials who were ultimately responsible for pushing the fake narrative forward (think: Deep State). However, the Deep State is not a power unto itself. There is a higher authority.  For example, the beginning of the alleged Russia collusion can be traced directly to British Intelligence (see names above). One of the main objectives of the British interference in American politics is to create an American/Russian WWIII scenario. As I’ve posted before, this is why the establishment Democratic candidates for president in the 2020 election must support what I refer to as “endless wars” in order to win that party’s nomination (the Tulsi Gabbard Effect, I call it).



The story behind the story is the supposed hacking of Hillary Clinton’s emails.  Those missing emails came to light during the 2016 presidential election campaign.  The hacking was blamed on the Russians, with WikiLeaks responsible for the leaking of the emails to the public.  While WikiLeaks did, in fact, leak the emails, they did not get them from the Russians. Rather, they got the emails from Seth Rich, an employee of the DNC. For anyone who doesn’t know, Seth Rich was murdered shortly after the emails went missing.  Without a link to a Russian hacking of the DNC servers, there would have never been any Robert Mueller special investigation.

Recommended reading material:

  • The Faking of Russia-Gate, the Papadopoulos Case by Stephan Roh
  • Deep State Target, How I caught in the crosshairs of the plot to bring down President Trump, by George Papadopoulos
  • British House of Lords report entitled “United Kingdom Foreign Policy in a Shifting World Order”


None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe that they are free.”  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


P.S. John le Carre where are you?


Tent City, U.S.A.



There’s been a lot of angst generated by a new breed of politician in Washington. They’re making a lot of noise and getting a lot of attention for their far-left agenda. It’s called socialism.

Some Americans decry the new ideology and some are just aching to implement it.  Unbeknownst to many, however, we actually have had socialism right here in America for many years.  It’s already an institution in places like New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles; in some cases for many years.  This from an article in the National Economist, “Look at California: fifty years ago the Golden State was home to America’s largest and most affluent middle class.  It was a beacon on a hill, the apotheosis of the American dream.  Now it is dystopia. One-in-five Californians live below the poverty line.  It is ‘home’ to one quarter of America’s homeless population.  California’s income inequality is worse than Mexico’s.”

The problem is that in those cities socialism is an abject failure. High taxes, high cost of housing and low job opportunity.  The new minimum wage law is hitting small businesses very hard.  Some are closing as a result of the high cost of wages. There’s one other thing that New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles all have in common – they are all in financial ruin from socialist policies.  As a result, people are exiting out of these cities in large numbers. Socialism may be a paradise, ideologically speaking, but it’s a disaster in the real world, what with tent cities sprouting up seemingly everywhere.  Even socialist diva Cher acknowledged as much on Twitter saying, “I understand helping struggling immigrants, but my city (Los Angeles) isn’t taking care of its own. What about the 50,000+ citizens who live on the streets. Ppl who live below the poverty line & hungry? If my state can’t take care of Its own (many are vets), how can it take care of more?”

However, in politics, the real world is rarely, if ever, talked about. Only what they, the politicians, can do for you, the voter. The political campaigns are already promising a cornucopia of free stuff including free college education and free healthcare for all.  New social programs are supposedly no problem, just raise taxes… and then watch as consumer spending tanks and takes the economy with it.

Raising taxes on just the rich is a pipedream. It’s simply a political slogan to distract the voter from what will be coming – the unavoidably large tax increases on everyone. Tax corporations. Okay, but there’s a limit to that too.  Unfortunately, lower corporate profits will only exacerbate what is already a looming crisis in underfunded pension plans, which will result in the government having to increase government social programs further. Bailing out the too big to fail banks will be child’s play compared to this. By the way, lower profits for corporations also can dramatically affect people’s 401k investments, but no one hardly seems to mention that.  Besides, the drop in birth rates has resulted in the nation going from Baby Boom to Baby Bust. As a result, future taxation increases will not be sustainable in any event.

Never mind that the American Dream is now beyond the reach of most Americans. Let’s just keep piling it on by spending on illegal immigrants because this new brand of progressive socialism demands it. They will get free education and healthcare too, even if our veterans won’t. According to a 2017 report from the Federation for American Immigration Reform, illegal aliens cost American taxpayers $135 billion annually.  As for the homeless, forget about them because in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles they already have.  Even with their high taxes, these cities have been unable to provide for even the basic needs of its homeless due, in part, to the aforementioned cost of illegal immigration.  Welcome to Tent City, U.S.A.


“The goal of socialism is communism.”  – Vladimir Lenin


P.S. Is it any wonder that a former advocate of communism, Bernie Sanders, is now running as a socialist?  Bernie should actually be thankful for capitalism having made him a millionaire.


People either ask the big question or think that they already have the answer to the big question. Some don’t even care.  They’ve already taken the red pill. For them, there is no escaping from the matrix.  This is written for those of you who are still seeking, still curious and haven’t yet signed up for the ideology du jour.  It’s not the whole truth but it’s probably a whole lot closer to the truth than wherever you’re at now.

First, a description of the universe is probably in order.  For those of you who are obsessed over whether the earth is flat or a globe, it’s neither.  It’s actually holographic. Nothing is solid.  If you don’t believe me, go ask any quantum physicist.  The universe, and everything in it, is actually electromagnetic energy.  Reality (the physical universe) is an illusion, just as Einstein stated.

The universe had a beginning and will probably have an end.  However, what is the end of one universe, is simply the beginning of another. It’s part of the eternal circle of life since creation is eternal, at least as far as it is known.  Some things will forever be beyond our level of knowing.  For example, you could never understand eternity unless you were eternal yourself.

The universe isn’t all that there is.  Creation dwarfs the universe. There is no way of expressing an understanding about the universe without first knowing something about creation. Creation is one giant unified field of electromagnetic energy.  In that field, everything is connected with everything else. Thus, the expression that we are all one.  Anything which occurs within the field is known everywhere else in the field at the same time, although the concept of time is irrelevant except for allowing the observation of creation.

Man is but one of many intelligent life forms in creation.  Some of these life forms are physical and some are not depending on the rate of vibration of their electromagnetic energy.  The vibration rate will also determine the dimensional level that the life form exists in since creation could be thought of as being many-layered.  That is, think of a far more complicated version of a three-dimensional chess board.

Our place in the universe is one of connected parts of a whole. The universe is a giant broadcaster/receiver (it’s an electric universe), and by extension, therefore, so are we. Radio stations broadcast out their programs into the space around us, and through us, and, as you know, we receive those broadcasts with something called a radio. As a receiver, think of yourself also as a radio which has the capability to tune in to the broadcasts of the universe which are all around us. By so doing, you can receive information which would otherwise be completely unknown to you. I call it “instantaneous knowing.” You can literally eavesdrop on the universal mind.

All of this explanation about creation without ever having to use the word God even once. As for the really big question, I will defer that question to greater minds than mine.


All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particles of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together.”   – Max Planck, physicist





Most everyone believes that American politics is dirty.  Public opinion polls say so. However, I rarely hear a discussion of why it is the way it is. How did we get here?

You know the expression “follow the money?” Well, in this case it’s all you need to know. The money in question is the bribes going from the 1% and foreign governments to our corrupt politicians in Washington.  And let’s not leave out the mainstream media either.  They both have sold out American interests to the highest bidders, be they Russian, Chinese or Deep State. Washington is literally swarming with lobbyists whose sole job it is to bribe American officials.

The American government, itself, has become a cesspool due to the corrupt culture. What it proves once again is the golden rule.  That is, he with the most gold rules.  Forget for a moment who you think are the good guys and who you think are the bad guys. Besides, there are no good guys. Once we allow the politicians to dictate to us, the citizens, what is politically correct, then we are lost.

There has to be some rules so that the Republic will survive despite the corruption. We have to insist on the Rule of Law and we have to insist that our politicians honor the Constitution. Those are the things that make us special as a nation, despite what some people would have you believe. Without those things, we’re just another flavor of a banana republic.

The government is not there to protect the citizens, it’s there to promote their own agenda, and to personally profit from it. They pander to the public to simply get their votes so that they can install their own version of totalitarianism.  They have catchy slogans like “Hope and Change” and “Make America Great Again” but they don’t even believe their own ideology.  It’s all a con: “Read my lips. No new taxes.”

The civil war that rages in Washington is like a war between two Mafia families and they don’t care who gets hurt. I believe the comment was, “9/11 Was Just An Event Where Some People Did Something.” Besides, “What difference… does it make?” if you get my drift.

We’ve come to the point where some people think that it is somehow okay to try to overthrow a duly elected president.  Guess what? Regardless of the outcome, we all lose. People have short memories.  They’ve already forgotten JFK, RFK and Martin Luther King, Jr.


“Threats to freedom of speech, writing and action, though often trivial in isolation, are cumulative in their effect and, unless checked, lead to a general disrespect for the rights of the citizen.”  – George Orwell


So, Julian Assange has finally been removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to be extradited to the U. S. (possibly).


If you remember, certain US intelligence agencies concluded (albeit with insufficient evidence) that Russia hacked the email servers of senior Democrats as part of an operation to damage Clinton’s campaign and help Trump win the 2016 presidential election. Then, the Russians allegedly gave some of the emails to WikiLeaks.  WikiLeaks, of course, would go on to publish the emails of the DNC and officials in Hillary Clinton’s election campaign, including how Clinton sabotaged the Bernie Sanders nomination, without ever admitting where they got the emails from.

However, here’s what they are not telling you:

The real story

What no one talks about is that Robert Mueller never interviewed Julian Assange to verify the story about where WikiLeaks got the hacked emails from. Never mind that Assange potentially might have had other damaging revelations to make about the 2016 presidential election and other related matters. If Mueller had interviewed Assange, it’s very likely that he would have told him that the WikiLeaks files came from one Seth Rich, who worked for the DNC. Of course, there’s a good reason that Mueller never interviewed Assange in the first place. That is, Mueller already knew that! Further, that if Assange were to have told Mueller on the record about the true source of the hacked emails, Mueller’s investigation would probably have ended right then and there.

But, it gets better. It was Seth Rich who mysteriously was murdered a few days after the DNC emails were hacked, a murder case that remains unsolved to this day. In reality, the murder of Seth Rich was never investigated seriously. You see, insiders already knew who killed Seth Rich and why, and a full investigation of his murder would have only led to unholy places (and to the end of the Mueller probe).

As for the intelligence agencies, there will eventually be an accounting for their part in how this narrative all got started.  You see, no one actually ever checked the DNC servers to see how they were hacked.  If they had, they would have known that there was no way that the servers were hacked from the outside (by the Russians or anyone else for that matter).  it was strictly an inside job. But, of course, they already knew that didn’t they?

The rest of the story

So, now that Assange will probably be remanded into U.S. custody, some people in the media are saying that this is a violation of freedom of the press. These same people feel that it is okay for government officials to leak classified information to the press and for the press to publish it. Apparently, that’s the new gold standard for freedom of the press and why it was okay for James Comey, for example, to leak highly sensitive information to the media. It’s simply a great rationalization for breaking the law.

However, these points are moot because the “arrest” of Assange is a ruse. It’s simply a cover for putting him in protective custody as Assange is surely going to be a witness against Deep State actors, like John Podesta for example.  Payback is a bitch and Assange is truly a dangerous man, at least to some.  Therefore, it’s only a matter of time before the next shoe drops.


“I’m definitely for making an example of a suspected leaker whether or not we have any real basis for it.” – John Podesta, WikiLeaks/Podesta emails