Break Free Update, October 2022
"Bankers are looting the world. You're not in the middle of a recession; you're in the middle of a robbery." - Frankie Boyle
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Where to begin with this update? Every day brings a new outrage as we rush recklessly toward nuclear World War III, the possibility of civil war in the United States, unprecedented deaths of our youth from fentanyl overdoses, a growing energy crisis in Europe and the UK, and well, the list keeps growing longer. The menticide attacks are escalating, just as I warned they would, all the way back in September of 2021 in Utopian Madness.
As Joost Meerloo explains in his book, The Rape of the Mind, “Menticide is an organized system of psychological intervention and judicial perversion through which a [ruling class] can imprint [their] own opportunistic thoughts upon the minds of those [they] plan to use and destroy.”
“Logic can be met with logic, while illogic cannot—it confuses those who think straight. The Big Lie and monotonously repeated nonsense have more emotional appeal … than logic and reason. While the [people] are still searching for a reasonable counterargument to the first lie, the totalitarians can assault [them]with another.”
If you feel like you are always one step behind the game, you are. We keep repeating to one another in horrified fashion “I can’t believe this is happening.” And the more we say that the more it normalizes the realization that these things we “can’t believe are happening” are happening. There becomes no answer other than to accept it.
We must NOT accept this emotional manipulation. We must search for the truth using logic and reason.
I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Over the past few years, I certainly have been guilty of repeating the phrase “I can’t believe this is happening.”
LA has become a dystopian city, where zombies walk the streets just blocks from the fortress-like homes of the wealthy. Billionaire venture capitalist Marc Andreessen says living in California is like living in Rome circa 250 AD, shortly before its ruination. Last year, the billionaire bought a $177 million mansion in Malibu that was the most expensive home sale in California history. My guess is he can afford the private security, just like the wealthy Romans resorted to as the world crumbled around them. Maybe this Halloween season he should watch the Resident Evil series to see what he has to look forward to. Or any zombie movie, for that matter. There are a lot of them.
War is on all of our minds. But there’s another kind of war going on behind the scenes and it has to do with data.
Whoever owns the data controls the world—if, that is, there will be anything left to control. I’m fascinated by this topic and have written about it before. There is more to say, especially about a Chinese company called BGI, or Beijing Genomic Industries.
Here is a little excerpt from an essay I will be publishing this month:
BGI is a testimony to the grand schemes of transhumanists. It has a museum celebrating the power of DNA. Within a vast hall is a statue of an extinct mammoth. According to Eben Kirksey in his fascinating book, The Mutant Project, “Emblazoned on its side was an English phrase: ‘Preserve our future.’ But the glowing white Chinese characters on the mammoth had a bolder message for Chinese visitors. The first two characters meant ‘eternity’ or ‘lasting forever,’ while the second phrase spelled out ‘immortality.’ Taken together, the message on the mammoth proclaimed:
‘Live forever and never die out.’
In September I published 11 essays and articles, including pieces published in American Greatness and OffGaurdian. I traveled to Santa Fe for an inspiring conference and did a lot of wonderful radio interviews, mostly for TNT radio, where I am now a regular contributor.
My inspirational essay for the month was The Power of Words, where I shared the story of the girls in my first writing class in Central Juvenile Hall. These girls were enemies on the street, but by sharing their stories with one another, they came to realize that beneath the tough facades, they weren’t all that different from one another. They all had the same hopes and fears. They all wanted to love and be loved; they all wanted a home and a family. They all wanted to somehow escape the violence, the drugs, the poverty. But they didn’t know how.
There is nothing more threatening to the elite than the common people, especially our children, getting together and talking face to face, really communicating. All these ways we once had of learning about ourselves and others that relied on our own intuition and interactions is disappearing. We are not supposed to have an inner spiritual life—everything is about the facade. Where once we were admonished to “know thyself,” we are told we no longer trust ourselves to do that. We should leave it to the experts. Google knows us. AI knows us. Our therapist or our psychiatrist knows us. Our government knows us. The algorithms know us.
Since 2019, fentanyl overdoses have risen to become the primary killer of young adults aged 18 to 45.
In So, You Wanna Be a Kingpin? I looked at the hypocrisy of Westerners condemning China for pushing fentanyl upon us when it all started with an American named John Jacob Astor who in the early 1800s, had the great idea to sneak opium into China against imperial orders. As a result, Astor grew rich and powerful, and helped create the world’s first widespread opioid epidemic.
Astor was one of the original ‘philanthropists,’ a breed that used charity as another means to grow their wealth, thereby creating the firm belief that “the end justifies the means.”
“These American fortunes, and all their good works…must be weighed against the damage that was done in acquiring them,” notes Eric Jay Dolin for The Daily Beast