Quote of the day—Larry Correia @monsterhunter45

“I can’t tell what’s truth, propaganda, lies, or fraud on social media and in the news right now!”
… wait… you think this is different than usual? 

Larry Correia @monsterhunter45
Tweeted on February 27, 2022
[I have nothing to add.—Joe]


3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Larry Correia @monsterhunter45

  1. Yes, take out the “right now” part and it makes sense.

    But some people are only just beginning to see that the world runs primarily on deception. At some time in their past they believed the lies, we all did, thinking of them as truth, and so we trusted the liars. Maybe we even loved them. Therefore we have that tendency to believe that something has changed in the world, that there’s been a falling off, or some kind of paradigm shift compared to some period we want to think of as “the good old days”. But we only believe that if we’re lying to ourselves. In fact the only thing that has changed at all is our own perception.

    We’re starting to see, here and there, lies as lies. There are glitches in the Matrix. It’s never been perfect, but as it grows and expands and ultimately exercises its power there will necessarily be more holes in it.

    So no, Young Grasshopper; you’ve been lied to all your life, as have your parents, and their parents, and so on, going back to the beginning of recorded history. Understand that, and only then may you begin to understand the world you live in.

    And here’s how you can tell;
    “To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.” Isaiah 8:20. It’s a part of the “tracing program”. The red pill.

    And so it has always been the case that the popular majority in the world has been doomed. It’s just a matter of how long it takes for a person to realize that, and then to “come out of Babylon” and become one of those strange “crackpot separatist fundamentalist extremists” no one wants to have around.

  2. And the point is that we never will. As Larry says. That’s the usual.
    One point that truly seems to be missing is that no matter who Putin is. We aren’t any better.
    Should we just sit back and believe that Putin is the only bad guy here? Were supposed to believe that globalhomo wouldn’t want to get it’s hands on Russia?
    With a land mass the size of America and Europe put together. Oil, gold, silver, platinum, palladium, wood, iron, and all the other resources? Which is real value.
    Especially one set to control natural gas being brought to market over the next 100 years?
    It’s control will be a major part of expanding markets of Asia. Both China and India will be using Russian gas for it.
    Were to believe Soro and crew haven’t been slobbering over it since before 2014?
    That Hillary and crew weren’t setting up this very conflict? And that Bezos and Gates wouldn’t love to control it all?
    Russia is the last great frontier. And global wants it.
    What we can be sure of through all the white noise of the interwebs is that we ain’t no better than Putin.
    And after the last so called “election”, were to believe in democracy by the global powers?
    At least they’re not having drag queen story hour in Russia.
    At this rate were going to have to give the 70’s east German womans swim team their medals back.
    I just don’t see Putin’s jack boot being any heavier than the globalists.
    And certainly nothing we need to waste a bunch of blood and treasure over.
    In the end it will always be about who gets what. Except for you, you get nothing. Maybe dead for fun and profit.

  3. One difference; it is unavoidably more obvious now.

    Still contemplating what that means for “news” going forward.

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