A Commentary Of Why Things Seem Normal by Mitch Santell
The media that we look at is all controlled and owned by six corporations. The reason you may not be up on this fact is that most likely you are reading this blog post on your iPhone, or Smartphone or whatever you have in your pocket that is giving you radiation.
What Is Predictive Programming?
Predictive programming is generally thought, by some, to be a tool of the elites, or the so-called Powers That Be.
Whoever they are, many believe they sprinkle our popular culture with subtle — and not so subtle — references to future events in order to make us accept them without question.
This predictive programming arrives in innocuous forms – cartoons, TV shows, popular films. Music, comic books, and advertisements. They often involve horrific tragedies, with the most repeated evidence pertaining to the events of September 11, 2001.
Local Reflections On The Start Of A Global Collapse by Mitch Santell
To all my dear readers and followers, I can finally say it is here. What is here? The start of the Global Collapse. Remember this date, August 5, 2019. Now you may say that the stock market has been volatile for a long time, and today, China has increased the trade war with America by devaluing their currency.
The U.S. stock market is legalized gambling, and most of the time, the market reflection either the optimism or pessimism of the economy six months from now. We have a real homeless problem in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
The middle class, for the most part, are gone. The Millenials are not an ownership generation, they are a renting generation.
As Millennials and Gen Z shoppers lean away from over-consumption, these brands are dipping their toes into the rental economy to stay in their closets…
Young consumers are “killing the shopping spree,” according toVice. Whether they’re shopping second-hand, or just culling their closets—young shoppers are quitting fast fashion in droves. We’ve been tracking this shift for some time. Our trendLess Is Moreexplored the rising minimalism trend, which has continued to grow: 60% of 13-36-year-olds agree with the statement, “I have been buying less clothing/accessories than I used to.” And our last fashion and shopping surveyfound that 57% of 13-36-year-olds tell us they would prefer to buy fewer more expensive, quality clothes, than a lot of less expensive low quality clothes. Some are inspired by Marie Kondo’s joy-sparking brand of decluttering, others are watching their budgets, while others want tohelp the environment—either way, over-filling their closets (and their shopping carts) is not a priority.
And these generations have alternatives to actually buying clothes. A growing number of clothing rental services has been appealing to their desires for good looking fashion without the accumulation of stuff. Rent the Runway, Le Tote, Armoire, Gwynnie Beeand many othershave created new options for young shoppers. Rent the Runway hasa reported10 million members, and has expandedfrom event-focused rentals to an “Unlimited” subscription, opening up brick-and-mortar locations for their members to check out new items, and even a kids’ clothing rental branch. In our 2018 shopping and fashion survey, we found that 8% of 18-36-year-olds and 10% of 30-36-year-olds have rented clothing—not a huge number, at first glance, but enough that brands are taking note. If young consumers continue to eschew shopping and accumulating clothes, brands will need to find other ways to get into their closets.
We live in a world where reality has been subjugated and inverted. The laws of nature have been trampled upon by a clique of parasitic hoarders who have hoodwinked the vast majority of people into accepting a life of hardship and bondage as a result on an inter-generational reign of terror meted out by these well-dressed entitlement-demanding bloodsuckers.
Surrounded by a cast of uniformed magicians in fuzzy hats who march around reinforcing the terror trance, these “royal” family welfare cases depend on humanity remaining under the illusion that people who live in castles should be respected rather than reviled. This illusion is etched ever deeper into the human psyche via assassinations, terror attacks, coups, and the occasional world war.
The court magician Freemasons are instructed by the Privy Council to obfuscate, confuse, divide and indoctrinate society. Their job is to create an artificial reality which perpetuates the medieval storyline that these royal thieves and pirates are justified in their history of barbarism to the point that they should be the most respected and deferred to members of society. If you rob a liquor store they call you a thief. But if you rob a nation they call you a king.
So long as the black magicians can keep this fake reality going, the royals and their coterie can continue along their bloody path, concentrating all the wealth of the planet in their undetectable offshore coffers. This while the peasants fight one another, always pointing the finger at some black magician-concocted villain.
A good example of this was seen recently when the lower-case villain Trump visited the UK. To the Privy Council’s delight, the confused peasants busied themselves readying their placards to denounce the assigned villain, whilst completely ignoring his royal parasite hosts who, via Cambridge Analytica, put him in charge of their United States Corporation colony to play the necessary villain role.
Here the parasites use Trump as a shield who can like a magnet attract all the negative energy and attention away from the perps. The black magicians use their media (medium) to gin up this negativity. Finally, the parasites harvest this negativity and feast on it, having put another one over on the sheeple.
This methodology is used over and over in society by the Luciferians. Create chaos, anger, resentment, envy and outright war between and among the masses; then harvest the negativity and bloodshed to reinforce the mass-terror simulation grid which keeps the sub-consciously cued peasants cowed towards the royal perpetrators of the terror.
All the while kings and queens remain in the eyes of most water-treading suckers, something to strive to become. Just look at any deck of cards. Or at the popularity of Game of Thrones. Or at bed sizes. Or at who runs a beehive. This black magic inversion of language is everywhere and in our faces. They even call it “the Queen’s English” for Christ’s sake.
If we are to reclaim this world and revert back to the paradise that it once was, we must reject the spells of the Privy Council’s black magicians and begin to think and talk like real human beings again. Black must be black and a tree a tree.
Human nature is good, just like nature itself. This is the biggest of all magician lies. It is this royal parasite-created artificial reality which shields evil behind mesmerizing pomp and circumstance which must be shouted down, mocked and completely rejected if we are to revive paradise under natural law.
Paramount to this is breaking out of their mass terror simulation, which with the advent of artificial intelligence will become more pervasive and sophisticated. There is nothing to fear and no reason to fight one another, divide into camps or jump on the latest outrage/negativity bandwagon.
Parasites are most easily killed by cutting off their food supply.
Commentary For Those Who Are Not Easily Offended by Mitch Santell
Living in a country where the media is out of control because it is only controlled by six companies can be very frustrating. (The Telecommunications Act of 1996 shifted America from 53+ media companies down to only six media companies).
What I place here is a rant by Owen Benjamin, one of my favorite stand-up comedians who exited Los Angeles for a simpler life in the country.
First here is a clip from Owen’s Comedy in Los Angeles:
Second, here is Owen Benjamin’s rant over the past 24 hours in regards to Pew-die, Pie, Politics, Pornography, and leaving Los Angeles:
Now for those of you who still have a sense of humor, here is a parody that one of Owen’s subscriber’s animated to look like South Park:
A reminder that boomers:
* Had it better than any generation in history.
* Were raised on home-cooked meals.
* Mom stayed home and gave them attention.
* College was cheap. A fraction of what we pay.
* A degree (in anything) would land you a good job.
* Corporations kept you for decades.
* Stock portfolios and homes increased 4x in value * Retirement was considered a human right.
And in return they…
* presided over the outsourcing of jobs and mass immigration…
* …leading to the underclass’s opiate-drenched collapse
Commentary Reflecting Modern Craziness by Mitch Santell
Here in downtown Los Angeles things are getting worse as more and more reports come out regarding terrible conditions for homeless people here who have nowhere to go.
People like to think of Ebola as a disease that only strikes superstitious localsin the deepest jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo. But just like the last time the disease made it to our shores, there are warning signs and it’s time to start paying attention.
There are several events in the news that when looked at together, lead to concerns we could be looking at a replay of 2014.
This Ebola outbreak has no end in sight.
The outbreak has become the second-deadliest in history, behind the West African one from 2014-16 that killed more than 11,300 people.
As of April 15, the outbreak has claimed 821 lives. The total case number is 1273.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — An outbreak of flea-borne typhus has hit downtown Los Angeles, the county Department of Public Health said Thursday.
Health officials say they are investigating several cases of flea-borne typhus, a disease that infected fleas can spread to humans. While the fleas can come from cats, rats, and opossums, pets and animals do not get sick from typhus.
In people, however, typhus can cause high fever, chills, headache, and rash. It is not transmitted from person to person and can be treated with antibiotics.
The false narrative of romance on social media is a joke to me. That’s right, it is an absolute fake narrative.
Over the past few years, I have connected with couples who initially met on FaceBook or Twitter or Instagram.
What are the chances that these relationships will work out? Minimal chance based on what I have observed.
If you have met someone this way be careful that the person is simply not presenting or pitching a lifestyle that is not their own.
Social media is what I’d call a romance contraceptive. It prevents romance from happening every single day.
Every day when I’m out and about, I’ll see people in elevators, I’ll see people in grocery stores, coffee shops, and at restaurants. And they’re all checking Facebook! Or they’re tweeting something to their 3.7 followers. We’ve become a society of people who are obsessed with what’s happening in the imaginary world.
Facebook is an imaginary world.
Checking in on what your friends are doing at noon when you can be flirting with a handsome stranger or the cute girl next to you in line at Starbucks is a complete social block.
Just the other day, I was in a supermarket in Los Angeles and I saw this guy checking out this girl. He was standing next to her in line at the juice bar. He kept looking at her, and she kept looking down … at the Facebook app on her iPhone.
Now, I know some of you right now are thinking, maybe she wasn’t interested. That wasn’t the issue. Because what I’m about to share with you is something most of you have probably done.
He gave up and disappeared. But I was crazy curious so I stood next to her in line and got real close and peeked at what she was typing into her phone.
Her status update: When am I going to meet a nice guy? It seems like all the good men are taken.
Think about what just happened.
She complained about not finding good men, but here was an interested man, standing next to her. Now, granted, nobody knows if the romance would have worked, but think about this: for every moment that you’re checking your Twitter feed, or your so-called friends’ updates on Facebook, you’re missing another opportunity to connect with somebody in real life … which could be another opportunity to fall in love.
Wake up, and walk away from the social media every once in a while. Drop the smartphone. It’s not making you smart; it’s actually making you pretty dumb. Save the social media checking for when you’re home. When you’re out and about, drop it, and be uncomfortable again. Sit in a restaurant, and look around, but don’t read Facebook: be present, and smile at the people that are around you. We don’t need to be constantly doing things on our phones.
So, my advice to all of you who would like to find romance this holiday season: Leave the phone at home. Sit with the discomfort of being without your contraceptive coping aid — the smartphone — and start looking at all the available people that have been there the whole time wanting to meet you. Then, maybe you will return home and type a status update like this:
You wouldn’t believe what happened today in Starbucks, I met the most amazing person; I can’t wait to see him tonight.
Written in 2007 before the banking crisis and re-posted here for your analysis.
“Have fun in your little made-up universe where the government comes to round you up and you manage to fight it off.
In the real world, fascism is when the corporations and governments work as a single entity, and you can wander around with your fucking gun all you want. In fact, you’ll have to wander around, because the government/corporations took your house and your car, and no one will hire you.
At which point you’ll be arrested, not as some big anti-government hero by jackboot thugs, but for stealing bread to live on, by a perfectly normal cop who’s just doing his job, a job that absolutely no one except you disagrees with, so when you shoot and kill him you’re getting the electric chair and no one thinks you’re a hero at all.
There are different types of totalitarian governments, and assuming a fascist one operates like a communist one is faulty. Fascist governments don’t put troops in the streets…they work with corporations to make sure ‘the wrong sort of people’ do not have any economic power, and do not have anywhere to peddle their ideas.
Modern fascist states don’t even bother to kill those people, and pretending they’re going to show up in some stormtrooper outfit and start a gun battle with you is insane. They’ll show up with a court order to evict you from your home because you failed to pay your mortgage, because pressure came from the top at your company to let you go. Or they’ll just sue you and ruin your finances.
America is not a bunch of tiny castles where, as long as you can hold off the invading armies, you will be fine. The idea that that is how the world works is astonishingly naive. Almost all the population of America lives in housing they do not fully own, they get food from places they do not control like the supermarket, they require operating in society for money to obtain said food and shelter, a society where economics are controlled by some very large players that can crush them like bugs.
And a fascist state isn’t going to ‘assume control’, you asshat. There’s not going to some insane coup, there’s a going to be a slow change, which has, in fact, already happened, or have you not looked at the telecom immunity stuff? That’s classic fascism. The government breaks the law, the government gets private companies to break the law, the government gives said companies huge amounts of cash, the government attempts to make such behavior legal retroactively.
Oh, and before you start ranting about gun control some more, be forewarned I’m against it. I’m just not stupid enough to think that the US government being slowly corrupted by business is something that can be fought off with gunpowder. Guns are useful to deter crime and to deter invasion. They aren’t useful against a corrupt government in any meaningful way.” More here: https://bit.ly/2Ea9NPk
I’m sorry but I don’t want to be an Emperor, that’s not my business. I don’t want to rule or conquer anyone. I should like to help everyone if possible, Jew, gentile, black man, white. We all want to help one another, human beings are like that. We want to live by each other’s happiness, not by each other’s misery. We don’t want to hate and despise one another. In this world there is room for everyone and the good earth is rich and can provide for everyone. The way of life can be free and beautiful. But we have lost the way. Greed has poisoned men’s souls, has barricaded the world with hate; has goose-stepped us into misery and bloodshed. We have developed speed but we have shut ourselves in: machinery that gives abundance has left us in want. Our knowledge has made us cynical, our cleverness hard and unkind. We think too much and feel too little: More than machinery we need humanity; More than cleverness we need kindness and gentleness. Without these qualities, life will be violent and all will be lost. The aeroplane and the radio have brought us closer together. The very nature of these inventions cries out for the goodness in men, cries out for universal brotherhood for the unity of us all. Even now my voice is reaching millions throughout the world, millions of despairing men, women and little children, victims of a system that makes men torture and imprison innocent people. To those who can hear me I say “Do not despair”. The misery that is now upon us is but the passing of greed, the bitterness of men who fear the way of human progress: the hate of men will pass and dictators die and the power they took from the people, will return to the people and so long as men die liberty will never perish . . . Soldiers: don’t give yourselves to brutes, men who despise you, enslave you, who regiment your lives, tell you what to do, what to think or what to feel, who drill you, diet you, treat you like cattle, use you as cannon fodder. Don’t give yourselves to these unnatural men, machine men, with machine minds and machine hearts. You are not machines. You are not cattle. You are men. You have the love of humanity in your hearts. You don’t hate, only the unloved hate. The unloved and the unnatural. Soldiers: don’t fight for slavery, fight for liberty. In the seventeenth chapter of Saint Luke it is written: – “The kingdom of God is within man” Not one man, nor a group of men, but in all men; in you. You the people have the power, the power to create machines, the power to create happiness. You the people have the power to make this life free and beautiful, to make this life a wonderful adventure. Then in the name of democracy let us use that power. Let us all unite! Let us fight for a new world, a decent world that will give men a chance to work, that will give youth a future and old age a security. By the promise of these things, brutes have risen to power, but they lie. They do not fulfill that promise, they never will. Dictators free themselves but they enslave the people. Now let us fight to fulfill that promise. Let us fight to free the world, to do away with national barriers, to do away with greed, with hate and intolerance. Let us fight for a world of reason, a world where science and progress will lead to all men’s happiness. Soldiers! In the name of democracy: Let us all unite! ~ Charles Chaplin (The Great Dictator).
A special hat tip to Ricky Ray who has not had a decent night sleep in days. Thank you for protecting our country brother.
Commentary About Hollywood in Washington D.C. by Mitch Santell
It does not matter if you are liberal or conservative, democrat or republican, you know one thing is real, Nancy Pelosi is delusional, and I think may be drunk with power.
Here is a brief clip of what Nancy wants to do. Oh, man, this is going to get nasty.
Happy Sunday dear followers and readers, I wanted to let you know that this could make a great Hollywood movie.
Nancy has stated that she is the most powerful woman in America.
In the meantime, things are getting a bit stressed out here in Southern California.
In Washington D.C. it was a bit weird at the Lincoln Memorial.
Has President Trump suckered Democrats and the Deep State into a trap that will enable a radical downsizing of the federal bureaucracy? In only five more days of the already “longest government shutdown in history” (25 days and counting, as of today), a heretofore obscure threshold will be reached, enabling permanent layoffs of bureaucrats furloughed 30 days or more.
This seems to be what was referenced in thisremarkable essaywritten by an “unidentified senior Trump official” published in the Daily Caller, which vouches for the authenticity of the author and explains that it is protecting him from adverse career consequences should the name become known. I strongly recommend reading the whole thing.
Don’t believe me that federal bureaucrats can be laid off? Well, in bureaucratese, a layoff is called a RIF – a Reduction in Force – and of course, it comes with a slew of civil service protections. But, if the guidelines are followed, bureaucrats can be laid off – as in no more job. It is all explained by Michael Roberts here (updated after the beginning of the partial shutdown):
A reduction in force is a thoughtful and systematic elimination of positions. For all practical purposes, a government RIF is the same thing as a layoff. …
Organizations must stick to predetermined criteria when sorting out what happens to each employee. They must communicate with employees how and why decisions are made. …
In deciding who stays and who goes, federal agencies must take four factors into account:
2. Veteran status
3. Total federal civilian and military service
Agencies cannot use RIF procedures to fire bad employees.
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In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military- industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.
American makers of plowshares could, with time and as required, make swords as well. But now we can no longer risk emergency improvisation of national defense; we have been compelled to create a permanent armaments industry of vast proportions.
We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.
President Eisenhower’s Farewell Address to the Nation
Since a new process was put into place in 1976, the U.S. government has shut down 17 times [Update: Make that 18]. Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan each dealt with six shutdowns during their terms in office, lasting anywhere from one day to 2 1/2 weeks.