Quote of the day—Tim Pool @Timcast

More and more polls show American’s approve of Trump and its hilarious watching the media go through the five stages of grief

Denial was yesterday and today it’s anger

I’m excited for the bargaining phase

Tim Pool @Timcast
Tweeted on March 25, 2020
[As funny as this is I can’t see the media ever bargaining.

I think they would rather go out of business and be homeless than admit President Trump might have done something right.—Joe]


4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Tim Pool @Timcast

  1. Oh yeah? I can live with that, too.

    In fact, I’m more comfortable with that result than bargaining, since I know they negotiate like communists (When it’s time for them to deliver, a crisis erupts and things get revised, and eventually you’ve been strung along so long, you’re happy to get out. with your shirt. This is what the Soviets did when they were looking to buy an embassy site in the United States).

  2. I try to avoid seeing the two parties as enemies, as we’re invited to see them. Rather, I choose to see them as two rival football teams, both working for the security and profit of the same league. The more people they have, rooting for or against one team or the other (it matters not which), the more the league profits.

    “The argument [that the] two parties should represent opposed ideas and policies, one perhaps of the right and the other of the left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinate and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can “throw the rascals out” at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy. The policies that are vital and necessary for America are no longer subjects of significant disagreement, but are disputable only in details of procedure, priority or method.” — Carroll Quigley, Bill Clinton’s mentor

    “Diet, injections and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible…” — Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society, 1952, p. 61-62

    That sort of thinking on the part of the power mongers is firmly ensconced and widespread, and quite Romish, or Jesuit, in character. I refuse to look at Trump, or any high-ranking politician, as being any sort of “friend” or possible “savior” of the United States’ exoteric founding principles.

    Have fun cheering for your “team”, and enjoy the grand spectacle, but it will have mattered not at all in the end. The long term trajectory of this government will not change so long as we’re taking the false choice between Democrat and Republican Party offerings. In fact, the system which drives them cannot change. Apparently we choose to forget that it was President George H.W. Bush, for but one example, who so lovingly and enthusiastically articulated the plan for a “New World Order”, and “A Thousand Points of Light”, etc. He was not talking about libertarian principles at all, but a global, ecumenical movement working toward “Unity”, and, logically, to “Unify” with the rest of the world we must ababdon all principles other than the “principle” (anti-principle, actually) of “Unification”.

    The Democrats and Republicans are partners, and friends, members of the same fraternity, offering us a false dichotomy so that we’ll accept a false “compromise” between the two. It’s the classic Dialectic Method among the powers that should not be.

    By the time the majority begins to truly realize these things, to see that they’ve been led into ruin, it will have been far too late to stop it, to say nothing of actually turning it around. We’re already forgetting the true and functional meaning of The Perfect Law of Liberty, and without it we have nothing of value to turn to, and no sensible standard by which to measure.

    • I’m confused as to how you concluded this post had anything to do with allegiance to any party, person, deity, or ideology. I see it as merely as seeing humor in watching irrational behavior.

  3. they all hate us…the right, the left…they hold all the money and power and don’t want to lose either…they could give 2 shits about the small fry…

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