They got him!
I’m sure you’ve heard that the J6 committee subpoenaed Donald Trump for “purposely and maliciously disseminating false allegations of fraud related to the 2020 presidential election,” in order to overturn the election. The subpoena was actually dated October 21, 2022—and just for giggles, if you haven’t already, you might enjoy reading the full ten pages of accusations about this supposedly historic misconduct.
No man has been more deeply groped by deep state investigators than Donald Trump—which makes this headline from CNN all the more laughable:
To which Trump responded:
"Was just advised that the Unselect Committee of political Thugs has withdrawn the Subpoena of me concerning the January 6th Protest of the CROOKED 2020 Presidential Election. They probably did so because they knew I did nothing wrong, or they were about to lose in Court. Perhaps the FBI’s involvement in RIGGING the Election played into their decision. In any event, the Subpoena is DEAD!"
Zoiks, he got away!
This is political theater at it’s finest. It’s the perfect political soap opera, and as entertaining as it is to low-information voters, I won’t insult your intelligence with any sort of analysis—such drivel doesn’t deserve the time.
Instead, we’ll pivot to more important things.
Take, for example, the fact that the White House Covid Czar—that would be Dr. Ashish Jha, Tony Fauci fan boy, and globalist schmuck who (along with Fauci) predicted “with confidence” that Trump was going to get pummeled by a pandemic before he ever set foot in the Oval Office—yes, that guy, Dr. Jha just made the following astounding announcement to the world:
“There is no study in the world that shows that masks work that well.”
….Cue the record scratch!
It’s worth mocking the fact that brain-dead-Biden and his CDC cronies are still fighting to reinstate mask mandates on airplanes—and Rep. Thomas Massie (who has degree’s in both electrical and mechanical engineering, invented a technology that enabled people to interact with computers using their sense of touch), is not being shy about calling him out on the hypocrisy:
Put it altogether, and what do you get?
But here’s where it gets interesting.
Thomas Massie is on the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure, as well as the House Judiciary Committee. Both committees are instrumental in implementing Biden’s radical WEF-crafted Build Back Better agenda, because 1) transportation and infrastructure have to “go green” in order to save the planet, and 2) they will be testing the judicial boundaries in order to implement these unscientific and tyrannical policies.
Spending $1.75 trillion dollars of taxpayer money to incentivize companies to switch to electric big rigs, “as part of a broad push to get polluting, workhorse vehicles off roads and out of neighborhoods,” for example, is already getting major push-back. Setting aside the Climate Cult aspect of all this, trying to force private companies to comply with this outrageously illogical agenda is destined to end up in court.
Which brings me to airplanes and the whole South West Airlines debacle. The aviation industry is frequently chastised as major carbon emitters—in fact, the WEF claims that if airlines were a country, they’d be one of the world’s top 10 polluters. Furthermore, they forecast that aviation emission could grow up to 700% by 2050.
Nevermind our Enlightened Leaders flying around in their plush private jets, the real issue here is that too many peasants are trying to sprout wings. People want to go places and do things. Humanity has a penchant thirst for exploration, and they’re going to have to do something about that, for the greater good, in order to save the planet—and don’t think for a second they haven’t thought this one through.
Holiday travel is the busiest season for airlines. With thousands upon thousands of flights being canceled, there is no telling just how many people had their Christmas plans destroyed, how many people lost their luggage or got stranded far away from home when they should have been having fun with family and friends.
How many of these people are going to be eager to travel next year?
Think behavioral change.
What if attempting to fly from point A to point B simply wasn’t worth the misery? What if you have to mask up, test negative, agree to contact tracing, be subject to quarantines, and present proof of vaccination to travel? That would put a dent in those pesky aviation emissions now wouldn’t it?! Connect the dots.
People would voluntarily fly less often. The public would adapt. Society would change.
That sounds an awful lot like the Adaptation Agenda in action to me, but what do I know. I’m just trying to sift through the grift and make sense of headlines like these:
Police threatening the public. Unions blasting leadership. Airline’s lagging in tech investments… now that’s the cause of all this chaos. How interesting.
When I first saw that headline, I figured it was going to lead to a pitch for some sort of AI-infused solution. What it led me to was much more fascinating. But before I get into that, there are a few points that need to be made:
Do not underestimate the impact of airlines forcing pilots to get the clot shot, which has caused an unprecedented spike in deaths among pilots around the world—which the state controlled media quickly fact-checked.
The Federal Aviation Administration has now implemented a 48-hour no flight restriction on pilots who get the jab, or one of the endless boosters. According to the Federal Air Surgeon, if they experience any adverse effects, these pilots can no longer act as a “pilot in command” or in any other required flightcrew capacity.
Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly was a vocal opponent of masking on planes or forcing his pilots to get the experimental injection. Southwest pilots sued to block the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, which was later rejected by a federal judge.
Now Southwest seems to be in a death spiral, and Transportation Secretary Gay-Mayor-Pete Buttigieg is vowing to investigate. It turns out in the last six months, the Department of Transportation has gone after six different airlines, imposing millions of dollars in financial penalties on top of forcing them to pay over $600 million in refunds—which of course probably has nothing to do with the globalists war against airfare, or the fact that certain airlines attempted to defy the The Science coming down from on high.
Whenever I hear the word “system” getting tossed around, my ears perk up. Systems and processes are the terms that progressives use to code their efforts to centralize control. This is directly related to collectivism and manifests in everything from biodiversity to global governance, but we won’t dig into all that right now.
Southwest is being heavily criticized for using the wrong “system” for their business model. Rather than using the preferred “hub-and-spoke” system like most other carriers, they pride themselves on deploying a “point-to-point” system that allows them to avoid the complications that come with having a congested hub.
Fascinating. Luke, where are you going with this?
Well, it just so happens that yesterday, in a completely unrelated course of inquiry, I had run into this “hub-and-spoke” phrase—I was actually researching a local organic wholesaler Azure Farms, for what it’s worth. Now, in my mind, the fact that I had encountered this phrase in two totally unrelated searches just one day apart really piqued my interest. What’s the history here? Where did this phrase originate?
At face value, it’s a simple business term. Slightly more subtle, it’s a model of centralized control and distribution. Centralized control… hmmmm. My wheels were turning and so I looked into it. You’ll never guess what I found.
The hub-and-spoke paradigm permeates all aspects of society, from commercial aviation to industrial distribution to bilateral alliances international treaties between nations around the world. There is soooo much here, let me just cut to the chase:
Within three degrees of separation, this system connects to centralized control, socialist utopia, communist revolution, eugenics, and the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
Connecting the dots between efficient distribution, road networks, and urban planning led me to Ville Radieuse, the “Radiant City” that was designed by the French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier in 1930. It was one of the most influential and controversial urban design doctrines of Europe throughout the 20th century.
Le Corbusier ultimately designed 17 different projects that are now recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, many of them government buildings. But, despite the accolades, he remains a controversial figure due to his connections with eugenics, fascism, and the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. SIDE NOTE: Mussolini, who is commonly decried as a fascist, was a militant socialist through and through.
If you were to spend hours digging into all these connections, you would find yourself tromping from the Vatican to the Masonic Lodge, and from there, weaving your way through the foundations of the United Nations and the communist Russian Revolution, ultimately to find that all the dots connect back to population control, Agenda 2030, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Mind-boggling. From Southwest Airlines to secret societies and the very future of humanity, this is certainly not what I thought I was going to find—which is why I find these connections so astounding. This unexpected information further supports my theory: “The commies are taking over the world!”
I probably shouldn’t have been surprised, but I was, so I just had to share.
Maybe you should share too!