Thursday, February 22, 2024

You Don’t Have to “Believe In” Putin to Recognize the Truth You Already Know

I have been pleasantly encouraged by the number of people who clearly are changing the way Americans talk about politics. All you need to know is how pathetic the numbers of Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC are to know why the numbers for the Tucker Carlson-Vladimir Putin interview are the latest indication that independent journalism is now more trusted than ever and will only continue to grow in its legitimacy.

The American people are the news.

At the time of this article’s posting: 305 thousand reposts, over a million likes, and 196 million impressions. These types of numbers would not be happening if people were still beholden to the mass psychosis about boogeyman Russia as they once were.

One does not have to pledge allegiance to Russia or believe in Vladimir Putin in order to come to terms with the fact that, on Thursday night, the man spoke so many of the same truths as Trump and America First patriots speak all the time. For some–fortunately fewer and fewer as the months go by–the cognitive dissonance in trying to mentally reconcile Putin’s echoing of American sovereign values over unchecked tyrannical globalism with Putin’s reputation created by our government-media propaganda machine can be agitating. We understand that and sympathize.

Just really quick, though: have you noticed that Putin is not at the WEF meetings? Have you noticed that the globalists are actively working to destroy him? Think about that.

There typically is one unhealthy way to rid oneself of cognitive dissonance, and that is to reject the new information input, no matter how logical the words are. Said new information may not be new in content, but it is new in who is delivering it, and that can be enough for a well-meaning person to deny it even happened.

We can deny what we see and hear all we want, but objective reality stays the same. Yes it is difficult, perhaps even frightening, to untangle our way out of an obstinate understanding of something. But to be truly free, we have to let go of the bonds of denial.

It is one guess that we have to start doing that now with Vladimir Putin.


Let’s Talk Ukraine and Some Sweet Little Lies

Let’s Talk Ukraine and Billions of Dirty Bucks

Citizens & Celebrities Alike Are Spreading the Truth About U.S. Biolabs in Ukraine

Peruse those articles there, along with as many articles as you can which I hot-link throughout this and all of my articles, and you may come to the same conclusion I and so many others have: there is a reason Vladimir Putin distrusts Ukraine, the US, and NATO, and we’d be the same if we were in his shoes.

I like the fact that two of my favorite journalists, Tucker and Glenn Greenwald, challenged Putin on the continued imprisonment of an American journalist. I don’t know much about this part of the story at all, and I admit that to you reader to extend an invitation. The fact that Tucker and Greenwald can be sympathetic on some points Putin made and aggressively challenge him on another is exactly the nuanced, critical, new thinking America must take in its political discourse.

As Trump does, as any politician must do for national security purposes, Putin is undoubtedly holding a lot close to the vest, if not outright lying about some things. But the fact of the matter is that everything he said about the Russia-Ukraine crisis and how far it goes back is spot on with what many Americans–journalists and citizens alike–have been finding in their research. When it comes to an interview like Thursday night’s, you listen carefully, you collect familiar information and invite the new, and you see where it attaches to (or deviates from) the construct of knowledge and understanding you have already built. You don’t go into any of this “believing in” anyone, even though you may support them, as I have illustrated from time to time with a man I support wholeheartedly in Trump. Trump is wrong on things, that is a fact. But everybody is. Everybody this side of Jesus Christ is wrong at times and must posture and bend the truth occasionally because their fallen human nature is simply incapable of reconciling the truth with the geopolitical realities of politics and evil and the pressures of leading a nation.

This means the people’s cognitive dissonance. Too much information at once can blow up the whole long-game truth reveal. It is a good guess that this is the reason the US biolabs on the Russian border in Ukraine were not brought up in the interview–even though Putin is on record talking about it, a story I plan to write in the coming days.

And that–governance that combines truth now with truth later–is the approach and behavior of the best of them. Can you imagine what deception goes on with the villains, the true ghouls who are not working for things like respect and dignity for the Russian or American motherland, but instead totalitarian domination over a depopulated mankind?

This is why Trump and Putin are allies and will be allies again. This is why Biden, Obama, the ClintonsBush, Klaus Schwab, and the rest of the globalists are not allies of Putin–they, represented by NATO, want him and Russia crippled. This is what Putin recently had to say about another Trump presidency:

Now combine that with the good relations the US and Russia had when Trump was President. Are you seeing it?

There are two Americas. And the contrasts are becoming starker and starker with every passing day of the Biden (Obama) administration. It is becoming plain to the American people and not in the shadows anymore. This is one guess as to why Trump and US Military Intelligence allowed the 2020 steal to take place–the people had to see it in in order to fight for their own country–their own America–if they wanted it back.

In some ways, in terms of securing our own freedoms here at home and buying the time necessary to work out our own moral, legal, and constitutional problems, Russia may be the best thing going for America. Their check on Ukraine is a check on the infiltrated American government (the BidensObamasClintonsBushes) and NATO. In fact, it is a check on the tyrannical globalists, the Deep State that Putin clearly identified when he said that Biden is not the one running the United States. This may be painfully obvious to many Americans, but what may not be obvious is that this is how it has always been. This is why they hate Trump as they hate Putin–he is not as “cooperative,” shall we say, with the globalist agenda.

Said Putin: “The same forces which have always run it. You may change presidents but you do not change those in real power. That is who we have to deal with. Joe Biden is just a façade for this power structure.”

Putin was logical and calm in that interview. He unequivocally asserted that he does not view the United States’ citizenry as the enemy, but instead the corrupt establishment who have infiltrated its government. Putin appears to be an enemy of the Deep State. Go back and look at any president there was an assassination attempt on and you’ll know who was challenging their empire. Check in on Operation Northwoods and come to terms with the fact that a Deep State does in fact exist and that we are eternally fortunate to have players, sometimes unsuspected ones, fighting on freedom’s side.

The problem for so many well-meaning Americans is that this war is going too slowly for them, but that is no one’s fault but their own. We live in an embarrassingly fast-paced society and too many of us have the attention span of a gnat. I am guilty as well. That must change on a wider scale, and judging by the collapse of Mockingbird media and the rise of independent journalism, it is a good guess that it already is.

The America First government, spearheaded by Trump but empowered by We the People ourselves, is an entity Putin can work with. In fact, we have four previous years of that already happening. When Trump is President again, watch the relations and the power dynamic shift. Watch peace reign again. Watch the truth come out about Russia, a truth that could have been recognized already had Americans been paying attention from 2017 to 2021 as they are now.

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.