Fox News anchor Chris Wallace leaving network after 18 years for CNN

Wings Like Eagles

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Has anyone heard who is taking Chris Cuomo's place?
You can be sure that it will be someone hand-picked by the Deep State. Ever hear of "Operation Mockingbird"? Wikipedia even has an article on it--unless it has been scrubbed. It was a project of the CIA that enlisted high-profile "journalists" to mouth Deep State propaganda. The guy who co-founded Wikipedia with Jimmy Wales, says that it is promoting global elite totalitarianism. Even the former Director of Central Intelligence, William Colby (who died somewhat mysteriously) said, "The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media" and also, "We'll know that our disinformation [otherwise known as propaganda] program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."

But people are beginning to wake up and seek the truth, "You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free."
 

alisani

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But people are beginning to wake up and seek the truth, "You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free."
My concern is that it is too few and too late. We are living in a "The Emperor's New Clothes" world. Even those who can see the truth lack the courage to speak on it. Cancel culture is running roughshod, shaming and silencing. People are too afraid of going against the grain and being shunned, fired, sued and/or legally prosecuted.
 

Wings Like Eagles

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My concern is that it is too few and too late. We are living in a "The Emperor's New Clothes" world. Even those who can see the truth lack the courage to speak on it. Cancel culture is running roughshod, shaming and silencing. People are too afraid of going against the grain and being shunned, fired, sued and/or legally prosecuted.
Well, that is certainly true. If they could do to Trump what they did, they can do it to anyone. The corrupt FBI rounded up perfectly innocent people and are holding them in a D.C. jail, under deplorable conditions. The woman warden of the jail was vociferous in her hatred of Trump and his supporters, on social media. She is obviously part of the D.C. bureaucratic Swamp. The entire January 6 "insurrection" was a "false flag" attack to blame Trump supporters as "insurrectionists"--but none have been charged with any crimes--except, perhaps "trespassing"--when they were actually invited into the Capitol Building, by the D.C. police. The Trump supporters had no idea that they were doing anything "wrong". There is extensive video footage of the entire corrupt government operation--which had to be acquired by an FOIA request. It has been almost a year now that these prisoners have been held--for trespassing!?
 

depserv

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Ultimately--extreme "left" and "right" gets the country to the same place--totalitarianism. That is what the globalist elites want. They've always been about "divide and conquer". The Nazis and the Bolsheviks use the very same tactics.
I'm glad you brought this up my friend, because it's a matter that should be discussed, since the left/right spectrum is used to deceive many of us. This is something I wrote on the subject awhile back:

One of the ways the liberal cult manipulates the ignorant through deception is what is called framing, that is, shaping a debate in such a way as to favor one political ideology instead of shaping the debate in a more realistic manner. This is a very common form of propaganda.

One way this is done is the left/right political spectrum. The left is (or claims to be) for the poor and working class, and the right is (or is claimed to be) for the rich. So the spectrum is not an unrealistic spectrum. But since it is based on different economic classes competing politically, it is Marxist at its core (even though Marx hadn't even been born yet when it came into use).

The deception in the use of this spectrum is that it is the only spectrum that can be used, and that it is an accurate indicator in framing the political debate in America.

The left/right spectrum puts political groups like the National Socialists and the communists at opposite ends of the spectrum, even though they are both totalitarian governments. This is unrealistic because even though the two ideologies acquire and maintain their power in massively different ways, in the end government rules absolutely over the individual.

This unrealistic spectrum is one of the fake excuses the liberal cult uses to associate American patriots with the National Socialists: the Nazis were said to be right wing, and American patriots are said to be right wing, so patriots are Nazis, according to the lying liberal.

But the truth is that the liberal cult is ideologically the same as the Nazi cult in ways that matter most, and patriots (the so-called right) are the opposite of it.

A more useful spectrum puts anarchy, or the total absence of government, at one end, and totalitarianism at the other; I call this the freedom index. This places the National Socialists and the communists at the same end of the spectrum where they realistically belong, and patriots at the other end.

This index applies especially to American political ideology because freedom for the individual and strict limits on government power are at the heart of that ideology. This is summed up in these words from our founding document, the Declaration of Independence:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are... endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,... That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men..."

In other words, it is at the heart of American ideology that a legitimate government exists to keep men free, rather than to do the opposite of that as governments so commonly do.

So a realistic political spectrum in America would be the freedom index, based on more government and less freedom compared to the opposite of that. And not some bastardized freedom index liberal propagandists might cook up, but one that looks at freedom in a realistic manner, which means freedom from government, not equality through social engineering or freedom from personal responsibility.

But we still use the left/right spectrum as though it is the only political spectrum that exists, or that it’s relevant to present day America. This I believe is because that spectrum frames the political debate in a way that makes it easier for the liberal cult to create mass deceptions.
 

alisani

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I'm glad you brought this up my friend, because it's a matter that should be discussed, since the left/right spectrum is used to deceive many of us. This is something I wrote on the subject awhile back:

One of the ways the liberal cult manipulates the ignorant through deception is what is called framing, that is, shaping a debate in such a way as to favor one political ideology instead of shaping the debate in a more realistic manner. This is a very common form of propaganda.

One way this is done is the left/right political spectrum. The left is (or claims to be) for the poor and working class, and the right is (or is claimed to be) for the rich. So the spectrum is not an unrealistic spectrum. But since it is based on different economic classes competing politically, it is Marxist at its core (even though Marx hadn't even been born yet when it came into use).

The deception in the use of this spectrum is that it is the only spectrum that can be used, and that it is an accurate indicator in framing the political debate in America.

The left/right spectrum puts political groups like the National Socialists and the communists at opposite ends of the spectrum, even though they are both totalitarian governments. This is unrealistic because even though the two ideologies acquire and maintain their power in massively different ways, in the end government rules absolutely over the individual.

This unrealistic spectrum is one of the fake excuses the liberal cult uses to associate American patriots with the National Socialists: the Nazis were said to be right wing, and American patriots are said to be right wing, so patriots are Nazis, according to the lying liberal.

But the truth is that the liberal cult is ideologically the same as the Nazi cult in ways that matter most, and patriots (the so-called right) are the opposite of it.

A more useful spectrum puts anarchy, or the total absence of government, at one end, and totalitarianism at the other; I call this the freedom index. This places the National Socialists and the communists at the same end of the spectrum where they realistically belong, and patriots at the other end.

This index applies especially to American political ideology because freedom for the individual and strict limits on government power are at the heart of that ideology. This is summed up in these words from our founding document, the Declaration of Independence:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are... endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,... That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men..."

In other words, it is at the heart of American ideology that a legitimate government exists to keep men free, rather than to do the opposite of that as governments so commonly do.

So a realistic political spectrum in America would be the freedom index, based on more government and less freedom compared to the opposite of that. And not some bastardized freedom index liberal propagandists might cook up, but one that looks at freedom in a realistic manner, which means freedom from government, not equality through social engineering or freedom from personal responsibility.

But we still use the left/right spectrum as though it is the only political spectrum that exists, or that it’s relevant to present day America. This I believe is because that spectrum frames the political debate in a way that makes it easier for the liberal cult to create mass deceptions.
:scoregoodIgnore the last guy, he meant to give it a 10 too!
 

Wings Like Eagles

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I'm glad you brought this up my friend, because it's a matter that should be discussed, since the left/right spectrum is used to deceive many of us. This is something I wrote on the subject awhile back:

One of the ways the liberal cult manipulates the ignorant through deception is what is called framing, that is, shaping a debate in such a way as to favor one political ideology instead of shaping the debate in a more realistic manner. This is a very common form of propaganda.

One way this is done is the left/right political spectrum. The left is (or claims to be) for the poor and working class, and the right is (or is claimed to be) for the rich. So the spectrum is not an unrealistic spectrum. But since it is based on different economic classes competing politically, it is Marxist at its core (even though Marx hadn't even been born yet when it came into use).

The deception in the use of this spectrum is that it is the only spectrum that can be used, and that it is an accurate indicator in framing the political debate in America.

The left/right spectrum puts political groups like the National Socialists and the communists at opposite ends of the spectrum, even though they are both totalitarian governments. This is unrealistic because even though the two ideologies acquire and maintain their power in massively different ways, in the end government rules absolutely over the individual.

This unrealistic spectrum is one of the fake excuses the liberal cult uses to associate American patriots with the National Socialists: the Nazis were said to be right wing, and American patriots are said to be right wing, so patriots are Nazis, according to the lying liberal.

But the truth is that the liberal cult is ideologically the same as the Nazi cult in ways that matter most, and patriots (the so-called right) are the opposite of it.

A more useful spectrum puts anarchy, or the total absence of government, at one end, and totalitarianism at the other; I call this the freedom index. This places the National Socialists and the communists at the same end of the spectrum where they realistically belong, and patriots at the other end.

This index applies especially to American political ideology because freedom for the individual and strict limits on government power are at the heart of that ideology. This is summed up in these words from our founding document, the Declaration of Independence:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are... endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,... That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men..."

In other words, it is at the heart of American ideology that a legitimate government exists to keep men free, rather than to do the opposite of that as governments so commonly do.

So a realistic political spectrum in America would be the freedom index, based on more government and less freedom compared to the opposite of that. And not some bastardized freedom index liberal propagandists might cook up, but one that looks at freedom in a realistic manner, which means freedom from government, not equality through social engineering or freedom from personal responsibility.

But we still use the left/right spectrum as though it is the only political spectrum that exists, or that it’s relevant to present day America. This I believe is because that spectrum frames the political debate in a way that makes it easier for the liberal cult to create mass deceptions.
Yes. Civil libertarians have warned for decades that the federal government was concentrating and arrogating more and more power to itself--in contravention to the Founders' wishes for a federalist system where each state exercises a large degree of autonomy. Powerful central governments, aided by powerful central banks, typically position themselves to be the enemies of the people--and, in fact, show a large degree of contempt for the people. The more concentrated the power, the more abuse of the citizenry. As Thomas Jefferson succinctly said, "Where the people fear the government, you have tyranny; where the government fears the people, you have liberty."
 
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