Monday, May 20, 2024

Raise Your Hand if You Care about This Murder. We the People Aren’t Laughing

On Twitter/X, the video was shared by based actor James Woods, who wrote, “They stole a car and murdered a perfectly innocent man for laughs. When will it end? And more importantly how will it end?”

Fox News personality Greg Gutfeld likened the imagery to a terrorist beheading video, writing, “a public execution. filmed. we need new leadership that sees that the new threat of terror is within, and put an end to this reign of evil.” 

And here Elon Musk himself weighs in, on both the murder and the bigger picture, the great big lie. I am actually adding this Musk tweet ten hours after my initial run of the article after a friend sent it to me:

A public murder for laughs. For the world it is just like what you see in the Batman mythology–the Joker spirit of total annihilation just for kicks.

Master Bruce, “Some men aren’t looking for anything logical, like money. They can’t be bought, bullied, reasoned, or negotiated with. Some men just want to watch the world burn.”

If I were writing that script, I would’ve added, “…and laugh about it as it happens.”

With all due respect to Gutfeld, this really has nothing to do with leadership, not as he is intending it anyway. Evil like this will always exist. But his instincts are spot on when it comes to change and the need for it. That change, however, must come from inside–from American patriots fighting this information war and who understand well the dynamics of race politics, among a slew of other Saul Alinsky tactics, of course. We must be vigilant in staying strong as this next year with a new presidential election cycle rolls around and as the elites and media will be using stories like this–reversed of course–to push their sick, propaganda-driven narratives on still-unsuspecting Americans.

A 64-year-old retired police chief Andreas Probst is dead, and he’s dead because some men–some Jokers–wanted to see his life burn and laugh about it (and video it) as it happened. I am being incredibly generous (and pretending naivete) when I concede that it doesn’t appear to be racially motivated–even though if the roles were reversed that would certainly be the charge from the talking heads and LeBron Jameses of the world. My point in conceding this is that it doesn’t matter if it is racially motivated, not in the strictest sense anyway. It only matters on a grander scale because of the hypocrisy of elites and media in fanning the flames of racial hatred when other similar stories are blazoned across the airwaves by Mockingbird.

The video will be shared at the end of the article, although I do caution you–it is beyond disturbing.

The Big Picture, in Honor of Andreas Probst

This hit-and-run murder occurred on August 14, over a month ago, not yesterday or this week. Don’t be fooled by the fact that this story is just now becoming more mainstream because a self-made video of the murder has suddenly gone viral.

Had certain physical details about the murderers and the murdered been reversed, everyone knows this would have been Mockingbird’s favorite story for a solid week while they took it and hot-air ballooned it into a bigger race issue than it needed to be.

They certainly would not have been as generous and strategically naive as I.

It also would have been opportunity for the bleeding heart celebrities and politicians to capitalize on the story (often exaggerated and falsified, as readers well know) to stoke whatever binary division they were needing to stoke for their sick, Saul Alinsky-inspired aims–all of which are directed at slowly but surely destroying this nation from within.

Enough Americans know this about tragedies and popular voices who come out to speak on them. They know it about the fake, filth-Mockingbird media that has attempted to mind-control us for decades. They have known it for a long time. This article’s intention is not about reporting the news or even shining light on a blatant hypocrisy: that of the establishment monster who will pounce on any chance to dominate the airwaves with often fake stories of certain hate crimes, but completely ignore others because it isn’t consistent with any of their prepackaged Alinsky narratives.

This article really isn’t about any of that, even though it should be obvious that it could be.

So, in the end, this article’s purpose is two-fold. First and foremost, it remembers and honors 64-year-old retired police chief Andreas Probst and the family he left behind. It remembers him for being a human being under God and cherished by his family. Period. No attempts to exaggerate this into a bigger issue than it is besides pure evil winning that moment at six o’clock in the morning on a quiet road in Las Vegas.

That is why I conceded earlier. That is why I feigned naivete. Out of respect for Andreas. Let’s not relegate this to a black-white issue.

The second reason for this article is to inspire American patriots never to forget these happenings, just as we preach never to forget the tragedy of September 11. This heinous, hellish crime occurred over a month ago. Authorities had the video late last month. Only now is it going viral online, sparking outrage. The two-tier justice system in America is being presented on a silver platter to anyone who wants to take the time to recognize the difference.

As awake as millions of Americans are now, there are still too many asleep. Trump alluded to this, point-blank, in his 2024 presidential bid announcement. It is just one more indication that this whole operation is a long-game one–not just based on four-year victories and losses which have always been temporary.

And that is the bigger picture, not race, in the Andreas Probst tragedy.

The court of public opinion is absolutely vital to win, and it isn’t won yet, not to the degree it needs to be. This is a reality and step in this information war that will make all the more sense when the right pieces are in place and the right time comes around for things like the Epstein client list and Podesta emails to be revealed. But they can’t be revealed until the public is ready for it enough for it to stick long-term.

Will it be Tucker? Will it be Elon? How will this last stage of public awakening happen is an important question, because it can’t just be anyone like Trump, and it can’t just be at any ol’ time.

All of this red-pilling of the American people since 2015 (Trump’s candidacy announcement) and 2020 (Covid and vaccine fraud) has been orchestrated and slow as though it were in a crockpot, and it will stay that way at least for the foreseeable future.

This, theoretically, is how this victory of all victories will actually last beyond four or eight years. It is an opinion I understand many commentators, even those I respect and am friends with, do not share.

From my and many others’ perspective, there is a war being waged right behind an ever-so thin veil all around us, and one day these truths will be made manifest to an American public actually ready for them. It takes priming for such enormous truths to be revealed, and that preparatory season is not yet over. Too many people are still asleep–just look at the people still wearing masks. The tipping point has not yet been reached. Stories like Andreas Probst’s murder, unfortunately, must be used as a reminder to keep the public craving justice and not forgetting what is at stake, so that when that justice does finally happen on a massive scale, the inevitable cognitive dissonance will be slighter than it might be otherwise and won’t shatter society.

You are a hero, Andreas, and we thank you for your life and service.

Here is the video. Guard against despising the young boys who committed this evil act; despise the act itself. Pray that they ask God’s forgiveness for such a grave sin and do penance willingly. Watch with discretion, and please, pray also for Andreas and his family.

May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.