I mean it. It’s not too late. If you continue to allow The Mainstream News to misinform you, well, then, yes, it is too late. But, if you look beyond the messaging & propaganda of The Mainstream Media and allow your conscience, if you have one, to guide your inquisition & knowledge acquisition, you’ll soon realize that there are many more of us OUT HERE than The Mainstream Media and The National Security State ever wants you to realize. The Establishment‘s purpose is to fracture & fragment us into a million pieces so no form of solidarity & collaboration & cooperation can coalesce amongst The Masses. That is an Existential Threat to The Status Quo Paternalistic Hierarchical Structure that keeps The Rich wealthy and allows The Rich to attain even greater wealth at your, our, expense.
Pursuant to that introduction, I’m going to reprint an Op Ed piece from The New York Times in its entirety. I don’t give a shit if The New York Times has a problem with that. This message doesn’t belong to The New York Times. They can’t claim it as their own and contain it by charging others to see & read it. This message is free to all who have a Clean Conscience and an Open Mind. There are ways to prevent Doomsday on January 20th — ways The Democrat and Republican Apparatchiks won’t tell you about via their Whores in the Corporate Controlled Mainstream Media, and yes, I’m well aware The New York Times is part of that Flesh Trade, but sometimes you have to give The Devil his due without, of course, selling your soul in the process.
If Chris Suprun and I were to sit down over a course of days and weeks and discuss everything there is to discuss, we probably would disagree more than we agree, but we agree on what needs to be done to prevent Donald Trump from consolidating power come January 20th. I respect Chris Suprun for doing the brave & noble thing here. He is a Just Man. He is a Man of Conviction. So am I. Kunstler, last week at Clusterfuck Nation, dropped a blog post entitled The Rediscovery of Men here. Here’s a Man. Can you recognize one when you see one, considering they’re such a rarity these days? I hope so, but if the Commentariat at Jim’s blog (The Usual Suspects) is any indication of the entirety of his Readership, I’m guessing the majority of them wouldn’t know a Man if they were staring one directly in the face. Chris Suprun is a Man and you’re staring him directly in the face if you’re reading this. You can be a Man too, or you can shrink from Nobility, Dignity, Honor & Integrity and support Cowards & Bullies who prefer throwing rocks at children in playpens and calling that Manly.
This should not be POTUS. This CANNOT be POTUS. This is Donald Trump’s character. He’s still throwing rocks at the toddler in the playpen, and guess what — you’re, collectively, the FUCKING TODDLER. Get a FUCKING CLUE you fucking Sadomasochists!!!!!
The Washington Post
Dennis Burnham was four years younger and lived around the corner from Donald. He inherited his own impression of his neighbor from his mother, who warned that he should “stay away from the Trumps.”
“Donald was known to be a bully, I was a little kid, and my parents didn’t want me beaten up,” said Burnham, 65, a business consultant in Texas.
Once when she left Dennis in a playpen in a back yard adjoining the Trumps’ property, Martha Burnham returned to find Donald throwing rocks at her son. “She saw Donald standing at the fence,” Dennis Burnham said, “using the playpen for target practice.”
The Jill Stein sponsored Recount Effort is still important and instructive. If it succeeds, meaning Donald Trump’s lawyers are not successful in blocking it (gee, why would he want to do that considering he himself has claimed the election was rigged?), hopefully it will reveal the extent of the corruption in the election process and hopefully a number of people will be going to jail, although I kinda doubt it. Contrary to public opinion, Hillary and The Democrats are not behind the Recount Effort. Believe it or not, they’re just fine with The Donald as POTUS. Remember, they’re part of The Establishment and they know they’re covered and they know they’ll be taken care of and protected. Look at Obama. The faux Donald Trump indignation & fear-mongering he displayed during the campaign has completely disappeared. He has a huge smile on his face. All is well. Nothing to see here. Business as usual. He even has gone so far as to say he hopes Trump is successful because “we’re all on the same team.” No, BHO, we’re not all on the same team. You & Trump & Hillary and the entire Establishment, with the exception of a very rare few, are on the same team, but us Little People are the fucking ball that gets kicked and/or batted around. How dare you be so presumptively and condescendingly brazen. You do not speak for me, you fucking psyops. I have always seen you for what you have always been, and your reaction to Trump’s victory is yet more validation that my assessment of you has always been Spot On.
Without further adieu, here is Chris Suprun’s Op Ed, in its entirety, from The New York Times. I support you 100%, Chris, and I respect you for being a Man. Perhaps those who claim we need to rediscover Men can follow your example, but I kinda doubt it. FYI, for me at least, Man is synonymous with Hu Man, meaning it applies to everyone, not just males. Every person has an obligation to act nobly with dignity & honor & integrity. That process starts by rebuking the Misinformation being disseminated by The Mainstream Media. Stop lying to yourself. Challenge your World View. Disavow Ideology. Be objective, independent and critical. And maybe, just maybe, although I kinda doubt it, I can no longer claim It’s All Lies.
The New York Times
By CHRISTOPHER SUPRUN Dec. 5, 2016
I am a Republican presidential elector, one of the 538 people asked to choose officially the president of the United States. Since the election, people have asked me to change my vote based on policy disagreements with Donald J. Trump. In some cases, they cite the popular vote difference. I do not think president-elects should be disqualified for policy disagreements. I do not think they should be disqualified because they won the Electoral College instead of the popular vote. However, now I am asked to cast a vote on Dec. 19 for someone who shows daily he is not qualified for the office.
Fifteen years ago, as a firefighter, I was part of the response to the Sept. 11 attacks against our nation. That attack and this year’s election may seem unrelated, but for me the relationship becomes clearer every day.
George W. Bush is an imperfect man, but he led us through the tragic days following the attacks. His leadership showed that America was a great nation. That was also the last time I remember the nation united. I watch Mr. Trump fail to unite America and drive a wedge between us.
Mr. Trump goes out of his way to attack the cast of “Saturday Night Live” for bias. He tweets day and night, but waited two days to offer sympathy to the Ohio State community after an attack there. He does not encourage civil discourse, but chooses to stoke fear and create outrage.
This is unacceptable. For me, America is that shining city on a hill that Ronald Reagan envisioned. It has problems. It has challenges. These can be met and overcome just as our nation overcame Sept. 11.
The United States was set up as a republic. Alexander Hamilton provided a blueprint for states’ votes. Federalist 68 argued that an Electoral College should determine if candidates are qualified, not engaged in demagogy, and independent from foreign influence. Mr. Trump shows us again and again that he does not meet these standards. Given his own public statements, it isn’t clear how the Electoral College can ignore these issues, and so it should reject him.
I have poured countless hours into serving the party of Lincoln and electing its candidates. I will pour many more into being more faithful to my party than some in its leadership. But I owe no debt to a party. I owe a debt to my children to leave them a nation they can trust.
Mr. Trump lacks the foreign policy experience and demeanor needed to be commander in chief. During the campaign more than 50 Republican former national security officials and foreign policy experts co-signed a letter opposing him. In their words, “he would be a dangerous president.” During the campaign Mr. Trump even said Russia should hack Hillary Clinton’s emails. This encouragement of an illegal act has troubled many members of Congress and troubles me.
Hamilton also reminded us that a president cannot be a demagogue. Mr. Trump urged violence against protesters at his rallies during the campaign. He speaks of retribution against his critics. He has surrounded himself with advisers such as Stephen K. Bannon, who claims to be a Leninist and lauds villains and their thirst for power, including Darth Vader. “Rogue One,” the latest “Star Wars” installment, arrives later this month. I am not taking my children to see it to celebrate evil, but to show them that light can overcome it.
Gen. Michael T. Flynn, Mr. Trump’s pick for national security adviser, has his own checkered past about rules. He installed a secret internet connection in his Pentagon office despite rules to the contrary. Sound familiar?
Finally, Mr. Trump does not understand that the Constitution expressly forbids a president to receive payments or gifts from foreign governments. We have reports that Mr. Trump’s organization has business dealings in Argentina, Bahrain, Taiwan and elsewhere. Mr. Trump could be impeached in his first year given his dismissive responses to financial conflicts of interest. He has played fast and loose with the law for years. He may have violated the Cuban embargo, and there are reports of improprieties involving his foundation and actions he took against minority tenants in New York. Mr. Trump still seems to think that pattern of behavior can continue.
The election of the next president is not yet a done deal. Electors of conscience can still do the right thing for the good of the country. Presidential electors have the legal right and a constitutional duty to vote their conscience. I believe electors should unify behind a Republican alternative, an honorable and qualified man or woman such as Gov. John Kasich of Ohio. I pray my fellow electors will do their job and join with me in discovering who that person should be.
Fifteen years ago, I swore an oath to defend my country and Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. On Dec. 19, I will do it again.