Mar 25 • 18M

Ep. 84 - Birds Of A Feather Flock Together

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There are no coincidences.

Last night I received news that the Lyle city council nearly passed a modified version of the Paris Climate Accords -- until one astute citizen stood up and asked a simple question: What about wood stoves? Building on that, we might ask: Is staying warm more important than global warming?

In a delusional obsession to save the planet from the plague of humanity, so-called "progressives" are determined to dictate how every person on the planet gets to live their life. For the global elite, it's more 'rules for thee, but not for me' as they curse fossil fuels from the comfort of their plush private jets. But, for the local activists, it's a moral imperative to transform our local community into a socialist cesspool by shaming community leaders into compliance with globalist policies.

This week's podcasts have focused on the merging of the 'covid crisis' with the 'climate crisis,' which is a transition of narrative intended to accelerate the UN Agenda 2030. We've explored how seeking to regulate humanity with Sustainable Development Goals inherently restricts personal liberty, local autonomy, and critical thinking -- and how all of this is part of the Great Reset. 

Even after making these predictions, learning that a local city council was nearly duped into adopting this agenda was disturbing. It's so close to home, and so close to passing, it weighs heavy on my heart.

But, rather than get bogged down in the climate debate, let's zoom out to the bigger picture by asking a provocative question: Could it be that the United Nations founded by Communists?

**cue the record scratch!

Again, there are no coincidences. Part of the meeting last night was a history lesson that presented the curious possibility that this was in fact the case. I learned names that I had not heard before, like Alger Hiss and Vyacheslav Molotov, both of whom had been instrumental in the drafting and implementation of the UN Charter. I was presented with pictures of Franklin Delano Roosevelt posing alongside Joseph Stalin. It seemed so crazy, I had to spend extra time this morning digging into this segment of history, to confirm what I had heard was actually true -- and it was.

All of a sudden, several pieces of the puzzle snapped together in my mind.

Many of the people who helped draft the UN charter were in fact communists. They were proud communists, and those who worked alongside them were proud democrats. Lumped together, these two parties shared the progressive values that cast the vision of a world full of peace and harmony -- a socialistic, collectivist vision that required global leadership and full international compliance.

In some circles, people speculate that communists have co-opted the modern democrat party. Is this just an outrageous conspiracy? Or, could this actually have been happening, gradually, over the last 100 years or so? Could today's democratic party, either knowingly or unwittingly, be implementing the principles outlined in the Communist Manifesto? I suppose that is up for you to decide.

Another gentleman spoke at the meeting last night, and what he said struck me as profound:

"I didn't leave the democrat party, the democrat party left me."

The Overton Window continues to shift.

Many people on the right side of the political spectrum feel the same way. The republican party has, by and large, betrayed the very principles they claim to promote -- and broken trust with a large number of people in the process. As the political class has consolidated power, party lines have shifted and the distinction between who's for us and who's against us has been blurred.

What is important at this critical junction in history, is that we realize who the enemy is. The enemy of peace is perpetual conflict, and the enemy of the people are the powers that seek to control us.

Perhaps that is something that people from both parties can agree on.

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