A Difficult Truth Concerning the U.S. and Its 21st Century Presidents
Most Americans, I would hope, know that one of Donald Trump’s greatest achievements as President of the United States was keeping us out of any new foreign wars, a reality that no one in our lifetime had experienced. Despite the cackling Mockingbird media’s best efforts to paint him as a warmongering, World War III starting tyrant, absolutely none of that ever transpired. Those are the facts, and they are indisputable, no matter how despicable you may think he is based on other propagandic lies about his rAcISm! and fAsCiSm! and tHe OrAnGe cOLoR oF hIS sKiNism!….
If you haven’t figured it out by now, yes, Trump is rough around the edges. He can be a jerk. But he was none of those things above. Actually watch full interviews and then watch the insidious splice jobs Mockingbird would pull, and you’ll have to see the truth or else continue to swim in the deep end of lies they forced on you.
I realize most RVIVR readers understand this, but there likely are still some DeSantis fans out there, 2024 is moving along at a pretty quick clip, and time is running out before this election season to help our loved ones who don’t see….., well, who don’t see.
Late this past week, in a non-surprise, the US struck Iraq and Syria in a kinetic move that only intensifies the conflict in the Middle East. The strike was in response to three American troops reportedly being killed and dozens more being injured in an overnight drone strike last weekend in Jordan near the Syrian border. The current Resident in the White House blamed Iran-backed militias for the first US casualties there since October and the start of the Israel-Hamas war, supposedly after these four months of strikes by anti-American groups against our forces across the Middle East. Here is a Mockingbird AP write-up of the US retaliation.
The U.S. military launched an air assault on dozens of sites in Iraq and Syria used by Iranian-backed militias and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Friday, in the opening salvo of retaliation for the drone strike that killed three U.S. troops in Jordan last weekend.
The massive barrage of strikes hit more than 85 targets at seven locations, including command and control headquarters, intelligence centers, rockets and missiles, drone and ammunition storage sites and other facilities that were connected to the militias or the IRGC’s Quds Force, the Guard’s expeditionary unit that handles Tehran’s relationship with and arming of regional militias. And President Joe Biden made it clear in a statement that there will be more to come.
The U.S. strikes appeared to stop short of directly targeting Iran or senior leaders of the Revolutionary Guard Quds Force within its borders, as the U.S. tries to prevent the conflict from escalating even further. Iran has denied it was behind the Jordan attack.
We don’t know if any of that is true. And we don’t know because of the precedent that has been set by previous presidents concerning how foreign wars have developed in the years after the lie they presented to the Americans people when they presented their case for the latest bombing or invasion or hostile takeover. The AP article makes it appear as though it was the US were directly retaliating against these countries because of the fact that it is Iran backing them. And for years and decades and probably even beyond that, Americans believed these stories because we generally had no other basis for comparison; folks, generally speaking, want to be able to trust their leaders in times of crisis. Plus, of course, we all were absorbed in our own seemingly essential pleasures and distractions, so a lot of this must fall on us.
But could one reason for the air assault be that we want to take 500,000 gallons of Iranian oil the government and media we don’t even trust anymore says was internationally sanctioned? Does “internationally sanctioned” mean the same UN or NATO that we have come to learn is corrupt and manipulative and in bed with the globalists?
If the answers aren’t sure, certainly the questions should be.
That’s how the Bush administration got us after 9/11. That’s how they slipped in the Patriot Act on an unsuspecting American public, a claim that the government was going to protect us peasants from the terrorists–and all we’ve gotten for it is a severe invasion of our privacy online and mass censorship of dissenting opinions. All of these conflicts are part of the same problem. All of these crisis events follow the same pattern. From Bush to Clinton to Bush 2.0 to Obama to “Biden.” They all claim, through their mouthpiece the mainstream media, that Americans were killed or attacked, the American public court of opinion demands justice, and we go bomb folks to smithereens.
While too many of us, myself included, were sweating wholly unnecessarily on if our sports team was going to win this week or what the latest on our favorite celebrities was.
And would you notice that, every time, the US achieves or acquires some resource or new power grab not only on the world stage, but on the domestic stage as well, where it personally impacts you and me.
Think about the pattern….
Drum up a solution to a problem you’re about to create.
Create the problem, inciting an emotional response from the American public.
Come in on a white horse and fix the problem, save the day, restore order.
In the process, obtain power-driven resources and more blind, incredibly foolish trust from the people you pretend to serve.
That’s called the Hegelian Dialectic and it has been a weapon of mass destruction of minds since the start of human history. I warned about all of this back in mid-October in the wake of the start of the Israel-Hamas War, perhaps two of the most important articles I’ve ever put out. I’ve added below three more I’ve written since, one being a companion piece on Ukraine.
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Am I right about it all? Probably not. Are all of these questions that more Americans need to start asking themselves? Unequivocally yes.
This is all about trust, and when the same pattern keeps popping up, the public is bound to stop believing anything that comes out of DC or the establishment media. Donald Trump’s four years in office should be giving us a crash course lesson in what has been going on in the past before his term and what is going on now. This is why he and Space Force allowed the election theft to happen. (Why do we think he talks about Space Force so much, especially right before the 2020 election?). People had to actually see the contrast. We go from endless foreign wars before Trump to no wars with Trump right back to pointless foreign wars again under the Puppet. Bush was Clinton was Bush was Obama is Puppet. They are ALL the same. They all follow the commands of their globalist masters. They start these wars in order to circle back around to appear to save the day, to appear to be spreading freedom all over the globe, but all we’ve ever seen happen is more slavery and misery everywhere.
Especially here at home.
The United States of America can be a fine nation. It is a fine nation, at least the portion of it actually fighting for what it claims to be. But it has long been infiltrated, like termites to a beautiful home, by some really bad actors who are using the glory of the American flag as a proxy–as a cover–for their nefarious global reset. America is the tip of the spear for the globalists, and they’ve exacted this pattern and continue to do it because they know how patriotic most Americans are and that articles like the one I’m writing will seem very un-patriotic. At least that’s how it was in the past before people started waking up by the millions. That understanding is changing, and the new American patriot is realizing how they’ve been duped all these years, how American patriotism once looked like the warmongering lust of Republicans Nikki Haley and Lindsey Graham, the same bloodlust we had as the little cowboy from Texas convinced us that we had to destroy Afghanistan and Iraq after 9/11.
It is often thought that there were no new wars under Trump because heads of state across the globe were afraid of America under him. And that is largely true, based on something we haven’t yet discussed at RVIVR, and it involves the information he’s always had on them with the child trafficking empire. That is a story for another day, when people are ready for it. But what everyone should be ready for now is this: emerging in the minds of Americans under this current administration is the realization that it wasn’t that Donald Trump was so frightening for four years in the White House, keeping our enemies at bay–it was actually Donald Trump not using the media to hide any clandestine false flags triggered against his own American people.
Life, God, often teaches in contrasts. Black is blacker against white and vice versa. We would have never known how sinister things were under the previous regimes before Trump had Trump been in office these last four years, because we weren’t paying enough attention before him to know. But now that we are witnessing foreign affairs surrounding the Puppet, and then circling back around to connect the dots to things like Libya and Iraq and Afghanistan, maybe as far back as to Vietnam, we are understanding. We are waking up. We are realizing what Trump was working to say this whole time, even back into the 1980s if you pull up some of his old interviews, back when they all loved him and thought he was one of them.
It is long past time the tipping point happens, that we as Americans join together and realize that all these previous presidents were creating the problem and oftentimes killing their own people simply to drum up support for another resource-, power-grabbing series of unauthorized bombings. We must see beyond the propaganda against Trump this election season, beyond his seeming rough edges, in the knowledge that the reason things were so different under him is because he wasn’t turning the gun on his own.
Many of us have come to that awakening. But the court of public opinion still needs members.
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.