At a recent congressional hearing, Google CEO Sundar Pichai admitted that Google does not follow CDC medical guidelines, but instead complies with UN directives when censoring content. This question came up because of a video that YouTube censored, a video which featured a group of leading physicians saying that hydroxychloroquine was the cure for Covid19. Since the WHO wants us all to line up for mandatory vaccinations, courtesy of Bill Gates, this video was taken down.

However, the United Nations interference with U.S. sovereignty extends far beyond Google censoring videos. For example, House Bill 7120 which was recently passed by the House of Representatives would cede US sovereignty to the UN by allowing the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights power over local law enforcement. The house bill is unconstitutional because, among other things, it violates states’ rights. Besides, only the president has the authority to negotiate such a treaty.

All you need to know is that after they abolish the police, they plan to turn law enforcement over to the U.N. military. Better read up on the U.N.’s Agenda 21 as it could very well replace the Constitution.


“The United States is announcing its support for a set of principles that give a green light for U.N. peacekeeping troops and police to use force to protect civilians in armed conflicts. United Nations peacekeepers may soon arrive and see action on American soil following the United States’ announcement of support for a set of principles that give a green light for U.N. peacekeeping troops and police to use force to protect civilians in armed conflicts.”  – Military Times












Elections are too hard to predict, so I don’t.  After all, look at how wrong the polls have been. However, what I do know is that important events that occur just prior to an election can be a determining factor in a race decided by voters who basically can’t tell a donkey from an elephant.

Elon Musk has commented that “the left is losing the middle.” That is, the Democratic Party is alienating its core constituency of working class voters and minorities. Two recent events highlight this, as follows:


Kanye West runs for President

Blacks are beginning to realize that the Democratic Party has been pandering for their votes. The trifecta of Blexit, BET founder Robert Jackson calling for the formation of a third party to represent black interests and Kanye West running for president in 2020 could likely tilt the coming election, as well as all future elections. That’s because, in the past over 90% of blacks have voted Democratic and the Democrats can’t win a national election unless they get that level of support from them.


While Portland is burning, Jerry Nadler calls Antifa violence a myth

You just can’t get broad support from the middle of the political spectrum when you are unwilling to deal with something like the violent nature of the riots in America. Except for the far-left, people of all political persuasions do not want to defund or abolish the police. Most people realize that if the mob comes to their house or business, they will need police protection.

The left has pandered to the protestors even as things turned violent. Unfortunately, that has only emboldened a mob mentality as you can never be woke enough. City mayors have been impervious to the fact that people’s livelihoods were being destroyed by the riots. However, when the rioters approached where they resided themselves, everything changed; just ask Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey or Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan. As Winston Churchill stated, “Each one hopes that if he feeds the crocodile enough it will eat him last.”



The far-left ideology isn’t so much a political movement as it is revolution, a push for power. They have the backing from a number of heavy hitters, including Big Tech, wealthy CEOs, the media…and even China. As usual, money drives politics and this is no exception. In the end, you and I lose and the wealthy keep getting wealthier. If you need a scorecard, just watch the wealth gap. It pretty much tells the whole story.


“What we need is power! Do you understand? …But look, if no one’s persuadable, then let’s just have the revolution.” – James Carville



What is the lesson of the last 50 years? That money is free, of course. Fast forward to 2020 and you will find politicians still funding their pet projects with fiat money. As both AOC and Elizabeth Warren have said, you can pay for unlimited amounts of spending (like the Green New Deal) by just printing whatever money you need.

For the last 50 years, we have been off the gold standard and have been using the “petro dollar system.” As a result, we have been paying for our bills with worthless fiat money, and the world has had no choice but to accept our dollars.The problem is that all those dollars that were printed have eroded our living standard as we continue our descent into third-world nation status.

The petro dollar system is evaporating before our very eyes and the dollar is about to be replaced as the world’s reserve currency. What’s more, no one wants to buy our government treasury notes. Can you blame them?  We’re broke, and we’re acting as if we can still print trillions of dollars of fiat money to pay for it all.

In the future, there will be no more helicopter money. Politicians will be forced to find other ways to pay for all of the political pork which means that they will have to significantly raise taxes. Americans are about to get a wake-up call. Most of them have only lived in a world of fiat money. It has never been worthless…until now.


“When people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the Republic.”   – Benjamin Franklin


Doug Casey is the kind of guy that you either love him or hate him; in my case, maybe a little of both. One thing about Casey, though, is that he is outspoken with a rather unique perspective about politics. The following is from a recent interview of Doug Casey on

Casey on democracy:

  • “…I don’t believe in mass democracy, because it inevitably degrades into a system where the poorer citizens vote themselves benefits at the expense of the middle class. Basically, mob rule dressed in a coat and tie.”

Casey on the two-party system:

  • “The Democrats really want to change the very nature of the US. If they win, they’ll be able to do so, for several reasons. First, it seems almost certain that they’ll make Washington, DC, a state; there will then be 102 senators voting—and those two from Washington, DC, will without question be left-leaning Democrats. Second, the 20 million undocumented people—illegal aliens—now in the US will undoubtedly be made citizens; they lean heavily toward the Democrats. Third, they’ll expand the size of the Supreme Court and pack it with leftists…These things would cement the Democrats in office. But please don’t think I support the Republicans. That would be like supporting tuberculosis just because it’s better than terminal cancer.”
  • “…it (the Republican Party) doesn’t have any core principles. It just reacts to the Dems and proposes less radical alternatives to their ideas. It doesn’t stand for anything. It’s only capable of putting forward empty suits, pure establishment figures like Bob Dole, Mitt Romney, or a Bush. Or a non-entity like Pence.”
  • “It used to be pretty simple—the Republicans and the Democrats were just two sides of the same coin. Like Tweedledee and Tweedledum. Traditionally, one promoted the warfare state more, the other the welfare state…Now, both the welfare and the warfare states have been accepted as part of the cosmic firmament by both parties.”

Casey on the election:

  • “This election (the 2020 presidential election) is going to hinge on who cheats the best. And the Democrats have, over the years, developed far greater expertise in cheating than the Republicans. Saul Alinsky’s ‘Rules for Radicals’ wasn’t written for the kind of people who vote Republican.”
  • “The election will be contested no matter which side wins because the country has become totally polarized. No matter who wins, the other side is going to be terminally unhappy with the result.”

That last quote is quite telling. That is, either side will be “terminally unhappy” if they should lose the election. I’ve even heard whispers of talk of martial law or “continuity of government” which is just a catchphrase for a coup against the government. These are the solutions that desperate people resort to when they lose. This is what happens when a civil war decimates the country.  This is what the end of America will probably look like.


“The best argument against Democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.”  – Winston Churchill




The 5G Coronavirus


Early on in the Covid19 pandemic I wrote that, “The hot spots for the coronavirus are Wuhan (China), Tehran (Iran), Milan (Italy) and New York City. These cities have a hugely disproportionate number of the total coronavirus cases. What makes them different? Well, what they have in common is that they are all on the leading edge of the installation of 5G technology. Wuhan, for example, is China’s first 5G “smart-city” and it was ground zero for the breakout of the coronavirus global pandemic” (What’s Really Killing Us).

I bring this up again because of a recent international medical study shared on the websites of both the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health. The study found that 5G plays “the main role in producing Coronaviruses in biological cells.” It means that, either intentionally or by accident, Covid19 is probably a technological driven condition/disease. That’s why Wuhan, Tehran, Milan and New York City were hit much harder than anywhere else. Just ask all the people on cruise ships why so many people on cruises contracted Covid19. That is, cruise ships also have 5G (and in a very confined area at that).

By looking at a world map of Covid19 by country, one thing is evident. Cities, and countries, that are highly-advanced in terms of technology have had the worst experience with Covid19.  For example, Africa was hardly touched by the virus. In the U.S., Covid19 is particularly a problem in major cities on the East Coast and the West Coast, but for most of the rest of the country this hasn’t even risen to the level of a flu pandemic.

That’s why I refer to it as the 5G coronavirus.



5G is not just an upgrade from 4G. Rather, it is a completely new and dangerous technology that was designed for military use on the battlefield and is now being sold as a communications system. Caveat emptor.


The world has many secrets. The average person is not even aware how much of what goes on in the world is driven by these secrets – backroom deals, black ops, spying and shadow governments. It’s a real Wizard of Oz show, a lot of which comes direct from Davos.

There are many different types of secrets. For example, a few definitions from Merriam-Webster are as follows:

  • remote from human frequentation or notice
  • revealed only to the initiated
  • not acknowledged

Further, some things are classified as top secret by the government, for example information that might jeopardize national security. Unfortunately, this can also be used as an excuse to keep information from the public that they’re entitled to know. Interestingly enough, “secrets” are sometimes hiding in plain sight. That is, it’s not unusual for discoveries in some fields to be published in journals which are generally read only by other people in the same field or discipline.  Even though the information has “been made public,” very few, if any, people in the general public are aware of it and usually there are minimal efforts to disseminate the information.

Esoteric knowledge is “intended for or understood by only a small group, especially one with specialized knowledge or interests” (according to the Free Dictionary).  Religion is a good example of that. In Christian theology, church father Clement of Alexandria admitted that the esoteric wisdom was withheld from the masses. According to the Bible, others said more or less the same thing:

  • Paul – “However, we speak wisdom among those who are mature… But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, the hidden wisdom which God ordained before the ages for our glory,which none of the rulers of this age knew” (Corinthians 2:6-8).
  • Jesus – “To you, the disciples, it has been given to know the secrets of the kingdom of heaven, but to them, the masses, it has not been given” (Matthew 13:11).

The Bible, itself, is full of hidden meanings. For example, Jesus’ parables were not understood by the disciples because his teachings were heavily disguised in symbolism and allegory, which even the disciples could not interpret because they were not enlightened enough; they had not been initiated into the secret societies where this information was revealed. Further, Christian luminaries like Paul, St Augustine and Origen all agreed that the Creation Story should not be read literally as the true meaning of the Garden of Eden was veiled in allegory.

Besides, most of Genesis is not part of the Hebrews/Israelites history. It’s a remake of ancient Sumerian writings. It’s a story that relates to the Sumerian Kings List, a list that includes the kings who ruled for 400,000 years before the flood (as opposed to the Bible’s rendition of a little more than 1,000 years).

Shhh, but let’s not tell the sheeple who the gods really were. It’s a secret.


“Most people don’t really want the truth; they just want reassurance that what they already believe, is the truth.” – Unknown





Secret Science



Science has a secret, a secret that they have been keeping for over two hundred years. It was first discovered in 1801 as a result of scientific research that is now generally referred to as the Double Slit Experiment. That experiment changed everything that science thought it knew about reality, namely:

That consciousness is the most basic, the most elemental building block of the universe.


As the Double Slit Experiment showed, an observer changes the outcome of the experiment. That is, our consciousness affects how the universe functions and, therefore, how it ultimately evolves. As physicist John Wheeler put it, “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.” The reason for that is that we are an integral part of a unified field of consciousness which extends throughout the universe, a universe that is a sea of quantum energy which is constantly creating reality.

Further research on the Double Slit Experiment led to the Copenhagen Interpretation by physicists Heisenberg and Bohr. They postulated that all possible realities initially exist simultaneously. This led to the creation of a new field of science called quantum mechanics. For a mind-bending experience on quantum mechanics, you should check out the famous Schrodinger’s Cat thought experiment in which a cat is possibly both dead and alive at the same time!

However, all sorts of people have reasons for not telling the general public about  consciousness (and the power of the mind). For atheists, it would mean acknowledging that there is “intelligent design” in the universe; for deists it would mean that although there is a creator it is not the god of their holy book; and for the elites it could very well mean losing control over the masses. So, instead we have secret science for those that have eyes to see and ears to hear.



Secret science isn’t just confined to a discussion about consciousness either. Genetic research has also had its issues. For example, in 1987 when genetic research was in its infancy, molecular biologists Alan Wilson and Rebecca Cann popularized the Out Of Africa evolutionary theory on the origins of man. However, genetic research has come a long way since then. The latest genetic research from Wilson and Cann says that life began in Australia, not in Africa. A separate study showed that European haplogroups did not descend from African haplogroups. Yet, the scientific world is silent about theses findings. So, it just may be that life began in Australia, mate.


“The cosmos is within us. We are made of star-stuff. We are a way for the universe to know itself.”  – Carl Sagan





Socialism is much in the news these days. Many of our elected officials are endorsing socialistic ideas such as the Green New Deal. However, socialism runs counter to the ideals of the American Revolution and the culture that ensued for well over 200 years. So, why now?

America can be defined as the “people’s government” as can be seen in the Preamble to the United States Constitution which starts with the words “We the People.” Abraham Lincoln, in his Gettysburg Address, elaborated on that concept with the phrase “Government of the people, by the people, for the people.” So, the American way is one of self-government, with the government being merely an extension of the people.

In socialism, ultimate power vests in the State, and an amorphous State at that. They tell the citizens what rights they can and cannot have. Whereas, the Constitution grants citizens “inalienable rights” which cannot be taken away by the government. Without the Constitution, there would be no protection for minority rights.

One of the appeals of socialism is that it appears that everything is free. I said “appears.” The proponents of the Green New Deal when asked how they were going to pay for the trillions of dollars that would be required to fund their programs said that the government should just print more money. Well, they obviously don’t understand basic economic reality or they think that the public is stupid enough to believe them, take your choice. Printing money is not nearly the same as paying for it. That is, the only money that the government has to pay its bills comes from the tax revenues that it collects.

Now, the why. Changes in political systems are rarely, if ever, about the political system itself.  So, socialism is just an excuse to change our form of government. It’s all about power. As James Carville, a top Democratic Party political strategist, said, “What we need is power! Do you understand? …But look, if no one’s persuadable, then let’s just have the revolution.” Is it possible that Carville views himself as the Che Guevara of the New American Revolution?


“I’m seeing what socialism’s like. It’s not only not free. It doesn’t freakin’ work.” – Chris Matthews, former MSNBC news commentator









The Real America


The story of the real America is not in the history books. It’s kind of a scary story, one you probably won’t like. In fact, many people will find it impossible to believe.

Here’s a few of the key events that have contributed to the real America:

By 1871, the nation had become bankrupted due to the Civil War. In the resulting bailout by foreign bankers, the U.S. government was converted into a corporation. This was accomplished by an unconstitutional act of Congress called The Act of 1871. As a result, this new corporate government has been able to operate outside of the organic Constitution.

In 1913, the Federal Reserve was established to oversee the nation’s finances. However, the Federal Reserve is not part of the U.S. government but rather is a corporation owned by a group of private banks. In 1929, the Federal Reserve intentionally triggered the destruction of the U.S. economy leading directly to the Great Depression.

In 1933, a group of rich businessmen attempted a coup d’etat against President Roosevelt.  A leading role in what was called the Whitehouse Coup was played by Prescott Bush, a man who financially supported and aided Hitler, and the father of former president George H.W. Bush.

On September 11, 2001, a terrorist attack generally referred to as 9/11 resulted in the deaths of a number of Americans.  However, this was not a simple terrorist attack. Rather, this was a highly coordinated attack on American sovereignty that had been planned many years in advance. The fallout from 9/11 led directly to a reduction in American personal freedoms as a result of the passing of the Patriot Act and the formation of the Department of Homeland Security. The U.S. president at the time was George Bush, grandson of Prescott Bush.

All of the events listed above have a common link – a desire by some to “fundamentally transform” America. Perhaps, you’ve even heard that term in recent political rhetoric. Fast forward to 2020. Today’s riots, lockdowns and Cancel Culture are all a prelude to another reduction in personal freedoms. Get ready for the real America.


“For whatever reason, a reason that can only be attributed to inertia, Americans yet believe that their country is governed from both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue. Alas, this belief has no foundation in fact and bears no empirical scrutiny…Whoever is running America, they are not in DC. Your elected officials have surrendered the levers of power; some sold them, others just failed to protect them and had them taken away for free. The show is being run from elsewhere. You are ruled not from the neo-classical buildings in the national and state capitals, buildings that will soon be torn down for their ‘imperial’ and ‘racist’ origins, but from Silicon Valley, from Beijing, from Brussels, and from Davos.”  – Dr. Baruch Pletner


“They said close the economy.  We did. They said you don’t need masks. We said ok. They said stay at home for two weeks. We did. Then they said we do need masks. We said ok.  Then they said but it’s actually okay to gather in large crowds & mass protests because (of) social justice…They created the mistrust & you guys (the MSM) all nodded along like bobbleheaded idiots.”  – Stephen L. Miller

The Covid19 rhetoric is bordering on the ridiculous these days. Depending on one’s political persuasion, you either believe that we should always believe the medical experts or you don’t. Apparently, Stephen Miller doesn’t.

All I know is that Fauci first said that there was no need for us to change our lifestyle to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. There was nothing to worry about, he said. Then, two weeks later he did a complete 180 and warned that the sky was falling and millions would die. So, I guess that I have to side with Miller on this one.



Here’s what else that I think that I know.  Someone is going to have to pay for all of this. By someone, of course, I mean you and me. Huge tax increases from both cities and states are now inevitable because of the economic damage inflicted by the Covid19 lockdowns. The sea of red ink will probably drown us all. As for the economy, it is doubtful that it will ever recover, certainly not in my lifetime. That’s what we get for listening to the “experts.”

Recommended reading: “Major Tax Increases Are About To Slam America”