A Commentary to Enlighten All Of Us by Mitch Santell
Yes, it is true. I made an announcement several months ago that this site AfterHollywood.Online would be going offline.
It is with great pleasure that I announce that this site and my pontifications about life and Hollywood will continue throughout the rest of 2020.
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2020, an amazing year will be like no other. Simply erase in your mind’s eye what you think is going on or as I used to say“I know you don’t know what is going on, what do you think is going on? – Mitch Santell/1974
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Many’s the time I’ve been mistaken And many times confused Yes, and I’ve often felt forsaken And certainly misused Oh, but I’m all right, I’m all right I’m just weary to my bones Still, you don’t expect to be Bright and bon vivant So far away from home, so far away from home
I don’t know a soul who’s not been battered I don’t have a friend who feels at ease I don’t know a dream that’s not been shattered Or driven to its knees Oh, but it’s all right, it’s all right For lived so well so long Still, when I think of the road We’re traveling on I wonder what went wrong I can’t help it, I wonder what’s gone wrong
And I dreamed I was dying And I dreamed that my soul rose unexpectedly And looking back down at me Smiled reassuringly And I dreamed I was flying And high above my eyes could clearly see The Statue of Liberty Sailing away to sea And I dreamed I was flying
Oh, we come on the ship they call the Mayflower We come on the ship that sailed the moon We come in the age’s most uncertain hour And sing an American tune Oh, it’s all right, it’s all right It’s all right, it’s all right You can’t be forever blessed Still, tomorrow’s going to be another working day And I’m trying to get some rest That’s all I’m trying to get some rest
Here is a transcript of what you are watching which is a total of 3:33 In Length:
“Hello, my name is El de Chico, I live in Golden Valley. And I understand that this is a federal issue. I understand that from speaking to the governor’s office, that they cannot or will not even make a statement about this. My question is, have you tested the rainwater? And if you haven’t, have you seen the results of our rainwater tests? And also, are you aware that many of the people sitting in this room right here have very high levels of barium, aluminum, and strontium, in their blood, people are getting sick and dying? And we want the ad aq, not just to give us a little speech today, but actually to maybe perhaps, speak out against it if you know what’s going on? And if not, I would suggest you do a lot more investigation. We’ve been doing it for years. So I’d like to comment on One, the rainwater, what’s in it, and Two, what’s in our blood, and if it’s not coming from geoengineering is your responsibility to investigate and tell us where it is coming from?”
“Thank you. Just get on to another question on the interview with the Los Angeles Times on April 21. You said that the you told The Associated Press that the American government has created weather tampering techniques so that the New World Order will be able to start millions of Americans and to control the rest.”
“Would you explain what you were trying to say?”
“Well, it what I was trying to say is exactly what I said. There is weather control techniques. We have a complete package on that which I did not bring that I certainly will see to it, that it is brought in for the record. Number one the entire patents on the equipment. Number two senator Claiborne Pells, complete statement and story of his own, that not only does it exist, but they will even utilize it as far back as a Vietnam War.”
“You’re saying the government is created, whether tampering techniques so that the, quote, New World Order will be able to serve millions of Americans or like millions of Americans and to control the rest?”
“Yes, sir. And that’s my belief. As bizarre as that sounds. When if somebody had told me that that equipment even existed 10 years ago, I would have thought they were nuts sir. And at this point in time, we have all the documents to prove it. And if you think that 85 tornadoes takes place in the middle of our growing area, by simultaneous accident, I’m sorry, with the equipment that’s already set up internationally.And as bizarre as that is, it is proven and documented, we will supply you with those documents.As bizarre as that is, I would say that whether wars and this is quoting actually senator Claiborne Pell himself, that they are the greatest weapon ever created in the world and that’s the senators’ own statement. So yes, I do stand on that.”
If you want to watch the video that Mike Morales made tonight
A Commentary On The New World Order Censorship Shift by Mitch Santell
The world of truthers is not like any other. We all come to the truth in our own way. Over the past several weeks, ‘ thousands of channels have worried about their chances of staying online with their videos.
If you don’t know Owen Benjamin, this is what he used to do in Los Angeles:
Mr. Owen just posted this video to his new YouTube Channel which received 10,000 subscribers within days of launching:
Why would YouTube want to remove Benjamin Owen? The answer is MONEY. If YouTube determines that your channel “can’t be monetized,” then they can pull it.
What are the things that Benjamin Owen used to talk about? Here is a sample video:
There are thousands and thousands of channels that may or will be dumped on December 10, 2019. Google is once again (remember they own YouTube) about to change their policies and their “algorithms.” Once again many independent creators will need to find other ways to distribute their content.
You may not agree with Owen Benjamin and he has Freedom of Speech to say what he wishes. The train is leaving the station and you may have to leave YouTube behind to get your research out to as many as possible. Best of luck to you in these efforts.
A big part of living like no one lives now is to reject sedentary living early and often. Being nomadic gives you a chance to see different parts of this amazing world while inculcating a healthy diligence towards the unnecessary and corrosive accumulation of “stuff”.
Historically, humans have not lived sedentary lives. Indigenous peoples were all either nomadic or semi-nomadic. Sedentary living emerged with the rise of modern agriculture.
Many an anthropological scholar has wrestled with the question as to why humans abandoned their relatively easy lives as hunters and gatherers and settled into lives as sedentary agriculturalists. Many scholars of the Sumerian clay tablets – the oldest written language known to man – are now arguing that this sudden transition to agricultural existence may have been forced upon humans by the Illuminati predecessor – and possibly blood relative – Annunaki space visitors from the distressed planet of Nubira. Interesting stuff!
A huge component of the matrix programmers’ master plan for keeping you a wage/debt slave is via shopping and material possessions. If you live in a big house, there’s lots of room to put all manner of needless possessions in it. God forbid your colossal house look empty.
How many people do you know who are living in a huge McMansion they hate, mired in debt, who refuse to entertain the option of moving on based on the burgeoning number of plastic storage bins appearing in their crammed garage?
Stuff keeps you staked to the ground like a tethered goat. The more you get, the less money you save, the more debt you grow, the more tied you are to a “job”.
The lack of mobility this creates cripples countless humans to a life of boredom and sameness. More importantly, it denies them the economic opportunities that arise with increased mobility. The biggest of these opportunities is in the arena of housing.
The first rule is to live in a small house. The one I live in now feels spacious and measures at 750 square feet. There’s less to clean, you have to pay for less energy, and it fosters the notion of simple living and brings a sense of humility to your existence.
As the Lakota proverb goes, “We are not much, but we are a whole lot more than nothing”.
Whether you rent or are buying your place on time, housing payments consume the majority of most people’s income.
The second rule is that the quicker you can own your house free and clear, the quicker your life will take a huge change for the better.
Everyone not born to money must rent for awhile to gather a down payment on property. Look for places that pay utilities as they can be better deals, especially with recent surges in electricity and other utility costs. With the recent downturn in the economy monthly hotels are sprouting up across the US.
These can be great deals because all bills are paid and the place is furnished, allowing you to sell furniture and other possessions before you move in, and to be more mobile on the way out when you will need to be mobile to find that place to buy.
If you’re single, better yet are flophouses or rooms in someone else’s house where you share a kitchen and bath. Rent is cheap, they too are often furnished and the bills are usually paid. I stayed in a series of these places before I was married.
You meet some very interesting people at these places too. One place I stayed at in Brookings, SD while attending college was full of Arabic-speaking agricultural engineering students from throughout the Middle East.
After we banked that $26,000 from our first “back-to-the-land” attempt, things were never the same. We bought and fixed up a few more properties, making money every time we sold.
In each case, we spent hardly any money fixing the places up. Instead, we used lots of elbow grease or “sweat equity”, as the bankers call it. Except there was no need to build “equity”, as after that first place, we always bought our houses with cash.
The first place was another trailer in a park where everyone owned their own lot. We spent $20,000 and sold it for $21,000. Yet we put hardly a dime into it and saved paying rent or a house note for those two years.
In 2001 as our dogs aged we knew we had to get back to the country to give them a peaceful place to pass on. Using the internet we found a place back in the Ozarks. It was a nice smaller 2 BR house on 20 Acres near Peace Valley, MO with an asking price of $59,900.
After we finally sold our house we loaded our $500 81’ Chevy Van and headed south. The day we arrived we discovered the place was going up for auction the next day. We were the only bidders and got the place for $49,900 cash.
In 2005 I saw the housing bust looming. So we had the prerequisite yard sales – which yielded $3000 in road cash – and put the place up for sale. Our boys had both passed peacefully and were able to live out there lives in a quiet country setting.
Yes, it was a bit difficult to leave our boys buried there and move on, but my understanding is that they came right along with us anyway.
Through lots of hard work – with no boss but ourselves – we had turned that place into a parked out garden paradise. We sold it for $117,500. After commissions for realtors and closing costs were paid we pocketed $60,000.
With that grubstake banked, we were one giant step closer to living our dream.
Because we lived there longer than two years owner-occupied, we were again exempt from owing any capital gains tax. This two-year time period is key to making money when buying, improving and selling real estate because this exemption is significant.
It also discourages “flipping”, which I believe to be immoral. When investing in housing, one should earn their money through honest hard work and improvements, not through laziness and sheer speculation. Otherwise, you’re simply reinforcing the matrix paradigm.
Traveling light, we again hit the road, this time vagabonding through Panama, Costa Rica, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand.
When we returned to the Ozarks we knew the housing bust had only just begun, so rather than trading up, as many people look to do, we were looking to trade down.
We found a small older 1 BR house on 3 acres just two miles from Greer Spring and the National Scenic Eleven Point River and near the town of Alton, MO. Asking price was $49,900 completely furnished. We offered $40,000 and the seller refused. We let it sit awhile. Two weeks later we offered him $41,500 and he accepted.
We dug our gardens, planted fruit and net trees, landscaped with perennials, put in a new lagoon with the help of a backhoe and fixed the house some – mainly cosmetics.
When buying a house look for the proverbial diamond in the rough. The perfect example is a house that needs a paint job or sits on an overgrown lot or has junk strewn all over the yard, but IS STRUCTURALLY SOLID!
Remember that houses which have sat on the market a long time are the ones where the buyer will often be more willing to come down significantly on the price.
Things are a bit out of control here in the Empire known as the United States.
Popeyes has decided to bring back their spicy chicken sandwich and it is causing huge problems are various locations across American. If you didn’t think this was the end times? You better think again. People are stabbing each other and crashing their cars into each other over a Chicken Sandwich.
Think about this.
People are dying all over America over some sandwich that promises to give you total satisfaction.
Please carefully note that these videos contain very adult language so if bad language offends you then may I humbly suggest you go buy tickets to Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood and I am sharing this with all my dear readers that are outside of the U.S.A.
A Commentary On The End Of The Truth Movement by Mitch Santell
The more I look at how brainwashed and cloned-off everyone is mainly with the introduction of the iPhone 11 Pro Max, I can sincerely say that America, more than any other country, has gone rogue.
One of my favorite researchers was James Fetzer and, like so many before, lost his case in court and is under attack for writing a book about Sandy Hook.
Fetzer, a retired University of Minnesota Duluth professor now living in Wisconsin, and Mike Palacek co-wrote a book, “Nobody Died at Sandy Hook,” in which they claimed the shooting was staged by the Obama administration in an effort to enact tighter gun control restrictions.
Palacek reached an undisclosed settlement with Pozner last month. Fetzer called the damages awarded by the Dane County jury “absurd” and said he would appeal.
Pozner testified that he’s received harassment and death threats from conspiracy theorists who claimed he was an actor and that his son never existed. A separate defamation lawsuit by Sandy Hook parents against “Infowars” host Alex Jones, one of the biggest proponents of the theory that the shooting never happened, is pending.
“I had attempted to be transparent. I published Noah’s death certificate on a social media page I used as a memorial page. And after doing that I was accused of being a fake and a fraud and that changed everything,” he said,according to the Wisconsin State Journal.
Along with other Sandy Hook parents, Pozner has spent years lobbyingFacebookto remove conspiracist videos about the shooting from its platform.
The video I place below was recorded on June 8, 2008. This was before the massive censorship that is now all over America, went into effect. Feel good now? Everything we have been told is basically a LIE.
Observations from watching others by Mitch Santell
There are always people in your life who you love and adore. True or true? You can’t imagine your life without them.
Then there are others in your life who you avoid like the plague.
They live in a place called: The Past
You hear stories of their old life, their old ways, their old relationships, and how things used to be.
Here is a word I never use listening to old things that are not current: BORING.
You can’t change your past.
You can’t predict the future.
You can only be here now.
Social Media is a Fake Reality that is not based on anything other than the perception of who you are.
There is nothing more fun than exploring new ideas.
There is a life we learn with and the life we live with.
Habit resilience is the ability to bounce back when things don’t go as you planned, to stay positive, to encourage yourself, to forgive yourself, to be loving and compassionate with yourself, to shake it off and start again afresh. To learn and grow from struggles.
The opposite of habit resilience is getting discouraged when things don’t go as planned, beating yourself up, trying not to think about it when you mess up, ignoring problems, complaining, blaming others, deciding you can’t change, hardening your low or harsh opinion of yourself.
Loosen your hold on expectations. When we start to make changes in our lives, we often have unrealistic expectations. Six-pack abs in four weeks! But when we actually try to hit those expectations, we usually fall short. At least, at first. Over the long run, we can often make more significant changes than we think we can. But over the short term, the changes are small, and not very orderly either. Change is messy. So just expect things to go less than ideally. Don’t be too attached to how you expect things to go so that when your expectations aren’t met, you can just take it in stride.
Learn the skill of adjusting. If your diet plan doesn’t go as planned, it’s not necessarily a fault of yours — it’s the fault of the method or plan. How can you make it better to accommodate your life? Maybe you can get some accountability, set up some reminders, get rid of junk food from your house, and so on. There are a thousand ways to adjust a plan or method. When things go wrong, look for a way to adjust, don’t just give up.
Practice self-compassion and forgiveness. This is so important, but most people have the opposite habit — when things go wrong, we often beat ourselves up, are critical and harsh. Those kinds of reactions are unhelpful and can keep us stuck in old habits for years. Instead, we need to learn to be kinder to ourselves when we don’t measure up to what we hope we’ll be. When we let ourselves down, it’s important to forgive ourselves. Be compassionate, seeing our own suffering, and wishing for relief from that suffering. Wishing for peace for ourselves. Being loving to ourselves, no matter what we do.
Don’t ignore problems, face them with kindness. That said, being forgiving is very different than just pretending it didn’t happen. If we’ve gone off our exercise plan or stopped meditating … don’t just ignore the problem, not wanting to face it. Instead, turn towards the problem, and look at it with kindness. It’s like if you have a crying child — is it better to ignore the child and just hope that they’ll shut up? That will just lead to more pain for both of you. Instead, give them a hug. Acknowledge their pain. Give them love. Be there for them. And do the same for yourself when you’re having difficulties.
Learn to encourage yourself. I wrote recently about the importance of encouragement vs. discouragement … we need to practice this regularly. When you falter, can you be encouraging to yourself? Can you stay positive in the face of failure? Can you look at it as another step in your growth, instead of failure?
Find encouragement from others. In the same way, we can get encouragement from other people. Find a good friend who will help you get back on track, with love. We are not alone — lots of others know what it’s like to struggle, and are willing to support us when we’re struggling.
Learn perseverance — keep coming back. Stay positive when things go astray, and just keep coming back to the habit you want to change. Want to quit smoking, but you backtracked when your father died? Get back on it as soon as you’re able. Come back with even more resolve. Commit yourself even deeper.*
It is so strange to observe and feel all of the changes in our environment right now. The weather here in Southern California is a lot different than in 2018. The biggest change is that at night you feel this rather strange “mist,” coming down from the sky which is why I don’t go for night time walks most nights.
For those who follow either Mike Morales or Mike Decker on YouTube, both of these gentlemen are documenting the spraying of our skies.
The air quality in Southern California has never been worse and some researchers are suggesting like Jim Lee that our weather systems have been so modified that there is sand from the deserts of the middle east now spreading all over the USA.
Plastic was the furthest thing from Gregory Wetherbee’s mind when he began analyzing rainwater samples collected from the Rocky Mountains. “I guess I expected to see mostly soil and mineral particles,” said the US Geological Survey researcher. Instead, he found multicolored microscopic plastic fibers.
The discovery, published in a recent study (pdf) titled “It is raining plastic”, raises new questions about the amount of plastic waste permeating the air, water, and soil virtually everywhere on Earth.
“I think the most important result that we can share with the American public is that there’s more plastic out there than meets the eye,” said Wetherbee. “It’s in the rain, it’s in the snow. It’s a part of our environment now.”
Animals and humans consume microplastics via water and food, and we likely breathe in micro- and nanoplastic particles in the air, though scientists have yet to understand the health effects. Microplastics can also attract and attach to heavy metals like mercury and other hazardous chemicals, as well as toxic bacteria. “Plastic particles from furniture and carpets could contain flame retardants that are toxic to humans,” Krause said.
Because we are all are exposed to hundreds of synthetic chemicals as soon as we’re born, it’s difficult to say how much longer we’d live if we weren’t exposed, said, Mason. “We may never understand all the linkages between plastics and health.”
“But we know enough to say that breathing plastic probably isn’t good, and we should start thinking about dramatically reducing our dependence on plastic,” she said.
Since this video above was made various websites now admit to spraying. Did you ever wonder in America why airfares are so cheap? The airlines make a lot of profit by dumping crap into our skies. Having fun yet? Want to hear another amazing expert explain how they are killing the earth? Watch this:
This is pure “science,” that this lovely man above just explained. Now for a clip from a Mike Morales video with real people in Arizona discussing the crap in the air. The clip is super short. Listen and watch as weather people in Tell-Lie-Vision lie to us on what is going on.
Sorry for the poor video quality. The clip is short but you will get it. Why do I know? You follow my blog! Watch the video to the end, there is a priceless comment on how geoengineering is destroying our ozone layer.