Got the Popcorn?

It’s like a hilarious movie; I find the current political scene quite entertaining.

I shouldn’t have to post links to the mainstream media’s complaints that Russia hacked our election in favor of Trump. The CIA was always a globalist cabal; their “leaked” assessment that Russia hacked the vote is an attempt to nullify the election results. You can’t miss it; the story is everywhere. The whole idea is to make it sound treasonous for the College of Electors to carry out their duty to elect Trump.

And as we might expect, the independent media is striking back. They are asserting the opposite claim. It’s not because they love Trump so much, but they are themselves under attack from the corporate media. But because the independent media is not stuck in our faces, I thought I’d offer a couple of links to indicate the type of rhetoric involved: “Stop the CIA Coup” at Antiwar.com and “Freedom’s Just Another Word” at Information Clearing House. Both of those sources tend to offer a mix of alternative opinions; while not exactly endorsing Trump’s agenda, they do want to offer some clarification.

Of course, it’s not too hard to find out what the real fans of Trump have to say; try Breitbart. Rush Limbaugh is somewhat endorsing Trump and some of the most popular conservative commentators are endorsing him, as well.

I’ve already noted that this time around the propaganda war will be more vicious and catastrophic than ever before because this will be the death of an entire elite agenda if they fail this round. I’m convinced that things will not just chug along as in the past. It’s make or break for globalism, along with it the entire liberal agenda they have been using to screen their real intentions. Moreover, we are likely to see a financial collapse of the the mainstream media. They are in panic mode. Not everything in our world will change, but that we are involved in a substantial shift in our society is not in doubt.

I don’t have a dog in this fight, but I find myself cheering the destruction of globalism simply because that strikes me as God’s intent. When that’s done, I’ll be praying for the imperialists to go down next.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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2 Responses to Got the Popcorn?

  1. Christine says:

    What strikes me most is that this political/media circus, no matter which side one is on or even if one declares themselves neutral, has the same effect on everyone. Distraction.

    When I say I am not political, I *mean it*. That means that when I find myself amused or entertained or terrified by the media, following links because I am ‘hungry to know more’, I know I have been *seduced*, sidetracked into paying attention to something I cannot change, I have no say in, something that is, in fact, none of my business. I cannot exploit it to bring glory to God. I can’t feed my family with it. It does nothing to enhance my health or strengthen me, in fact the opposite is true, giving my attention (which = energy) to it weakens me.

    That this circus permeates so deeply everywhere in the virtual world means I find myself leaving neighbourhoods on the web that used to feel like home, where I felt I was among kin. I’m a bit sad about it, but if it means I must move on and find another ‘home’, then so be it. People change, or perhaps it is that people become more who they always were. I am less ‘me’ when I pay attention to what the media – any damned media, for I believe it is all morally compromised – want me to pay attention to.

    You’ve told me in the past that we may as well use the Roman roads if they lead to where we need to go. These roads are all leading straight to Rome. I’m heading back to my meadow.

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  2. Ed Hurst says:

    Indeed, take only the path that brings you where you have to be. I will always endorse you heart-led choice.

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