Will we take it?
News about a former national security adviser predicting that the Deep State will rig the 2024 election is starting to gain some traction, but only in certain circles.
To whatever extent this story gets dripped into the mainstream, I believe that it’s only intended to stir the pot and prop up the narrative about a hung election and a civil war—kind of like that great big U-Haul truck smashing into the fence by the White House, carrying nothing but a Nazi flag, which was conveniently spread out on the ground for people to snap pics of and post to social media:
Meanwhile, in Loony Lefty Land, the story is that a Nazi has been charged with targeting the president of the United States (note the number of comments):
It should be clear that this Nazi assault on the White House is meant to bolster the parroted narrative that White Supremacists are the most extreme threat facing our nation today—something that Biden has repeated over and over.
Do you believe that white supremacy is the greatest terrorism threat in America?
Do you trust the testimony of the United States Attorney General and Secretary of Homeland Security? Surely they are looking out for the best interests of our country, surely they know what’s really going on out there, right? These are the top law officials in the land, and both have testified to congress that white supremacists are the greatest threat to our national security. That’s straight from the horse’s mouth:
“Both Garland and Mayorkas testified that white supremacist groups pose the most serious domestic national security threat in the U.S., reinforcing what analysts have long concluded about far-right organizations.”
According to their telling, it was violent right-wing extremists and white supremacists who stormed the Capitol on January 6th and tried to interrupt the hallowed democratic “peaceful transition of power.”
It’s an absolutely ludicrous assertion, but don’t miss the fact that they are rewriting history right now, right before our very eyes. Don’s forget about the media purging, the blacklisting, the state censorship, and the rigged elections. Don’t forget about the weaponized federal government and the weaponized AI. Don’t forget about the Baltic Sea Bombing, the hammer wielding hippie, the Twitter Files, the Durham Report, or the “incredible transition” and fundamental transformation of our country.
And don’t expect anything to change.
Even with a former national security adviser advising that our national security has been compromised, don’t expect anything to change. As I noted yesterday:
Former deputy national security adviser K. T. McFarland just blew the whistle, claiming that “the FBI, Justice Department, and CIA are planning to rig the upcoming 2024 U.S. presidential election,” and in reality, we should expect nothing less. This is all part of the plan.
It’s all part of the plan.
Now, to be clear, I want to make two quick points:
Anybody in their right mind can easily see that things need to change. In theory, blatant political corruption and lawlessness should transcend partisan politics.
Anyone who has not already been assimilated into the collective cult should want things to change, and we should all be ready to fight and work for these changes.
And one more point: if things don’t change, America is doomed.
But still, don’t expect things to change.
Nothing is going to change unless you do something to change it.
And if you do everything you can do to change it, probably nothing is going to change.
You’re just one person. Small fry. But if you could get all your friends and family on board with making some changes, what then? Nothing changes.
But what if you got everyone in your neighborhood or in your small town on board with making some changes, then what? Nothing changes.
Can you imagine trying to get everyone in a mid-sized town (say 50,000 people), or everyone in a medium sized county (say 100,000 people), on board with making some changes — say like cleaning up voter roles or championing election integrity?
How about even just trying to get a slight majority of people in your area to agree on what changes need to be made, and how to go about making them?
You might be thinking: “Luke, what the hell are you talking about?”
What I’m saying is that even if you could summon, muster, or conjure up enough people to constitute a majority in your area, even if you got everyone to agree as to what needs to change and how to make that happen… then what?
Now, I’m not trying to be grim or discouraging here. I am an optimist, and as such, I do believe that where there’s a will there’s a way—BUT, I am also a realist, and I don’t believe we can solve a problem that we don’t properly understand. The preceding paragraphs were intended to shine light on the underlying predicament. There are plenty of people who can see that things are messed up and wrong right now—but are their enough people who are willing to get off their asses to do something about it?
Have you seen any massive gatherings of liberty loving Americans protesting all this political corruption? Aside from J6?
From what I’ve seen, it’s hard enough just to find someone who’s willing to step up and run for the school board or city council. How can that be? The apathy is insane. The distractions are real—but more importantly, so is the mental manipulation.
That’s the real issue here.
Control the narrative. Control the language. Control beliefs. Control behavior.
Until we deal with that, nothing changes and things are only going to get worse.
We have to deal with it.
How? By talking to people—and that’s not just some pacifist statement. It’s a critically important element to getting ourselves out of this mess. Whether you think it’s ultimately going to happen through voting or violence, the need is the same: we must get more people on our side motivated enough to do something about it.
I recently heard a man making the case for massive strikes all across the country.
Great idea! Who’s going to strike? How many people? How are they going to communicate and coordinate their efforts? How are they going to win the public messaging campaign and gain public support for interrupting everyone’s lives?
Again, we run into the same barrier: there aren’t enough people who care enough.
So, how do we get more people on board with peaceful noncompliance, with civil disobedience, with strikes and protests and fighting for a future worth having?
We have to talk to people. We have to build trust. We have to build a network.
You think you’ve got some great strategy to beat this beast? That’s great! But to have any chance at success, you’re going to have to talk to people, build trust, and develop a network of highly motivated like-minded individuals who are willing to work along side you to make it happen. It all starts with a conversation, so knock yourself out.
But will anything change? Probably not. At least not right away. It’s taken decades to get into this mess, and it’s going to take some time to get out of it. Don’t give up.
Think about it like this: there are elected politicians who are speaking the truth and calling out all of this corruption. But then what happens? Nothing. They get media attention and press releases, but nothing happens. Some of these elected representatives have even stood on the House floor and called it like it is, but nothing happens. They run investigations, document the corruption, and nothing happens.
It doesn’t take rocket science to identify the pattern here.
Why is the corrupt political class getting away with increasingly bold lawlessness?
Because they can—and nothing happens.
So, what are you going to do about it? Nothing?
“Talk is cheap,” goes the old saying… but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be effective. If you were surrounded by a gang of thugs who were taking your money at gun point and threatening your life, I bet you’d start talking pretty fast. Either that or you’d fight… but the fight might be in vain unless you could talk some friends into coming to your aid. You’d have to convince people to stand by your side and risk getting punched in the face, or worse. Either way, talking would be essential to your survival.
That’s why talking to people is so important. Your opinion, perspective, and personal testimony is powerful. I believe that direct human interaction is critical to any strategy to overcome the many obstacles between where we’re at today, and the blessings of liberty that our forefathers fought and died for. We no longer live in a free country. We live in a politically corrupt and morally bankrupt Banana Republic.
Wishing it wasn’t so doesn’t change this reality.
Expecting things to miraculously change on their own is wishful thinking.
Believing that the establishment that is facilitating this corruption is going to fix this corruption is nothing more than false hope. Same goes for holding out for some political savior. More false hope.
False hope will be fatal for our country.
In the CIA Manual for Psychological Operations in Guerilla Warfare—which was written for rebels who are fighting against an oppressive socialist government, making it quite relevant—offers this insight into mounting an effective opposition:
“Too often we see guerilla warfare only from the point of view of combat actions. This view is erroneous and extremely dangerous. Combat actions are not the key to victory in guerilla warfare, but rather form part of one of the six basic efforts. …
Every member of the struggle should know that his political mission is as important, if not more important than, his tactical mission.”
The last chapter finishes with the line:
“The history of revolutionary wars has shown this reality.”
Therefore, talking to people is the most important task we have right now—and that’s not just happy talk coming from your favorite ignorant peasant. That’s CIA strategy.
Spread the word.