Quote of the day—Kirstie Alley

You can be cooking meth and sleeping with hookers, but as long as, apparently, you didn’t vote for Trump. I feel like I’m in the Twilight Zone a bit with the whole concept of it.

Kirstie Alley
May 19, 2021
Kirstie Alley opens up about backlash she received for Trump support: ‘Blackballing situation’
[I’m not going to post it here because it is so incredibly horrible, but the picture of Alley they used tells us what the publisher thinks of people who voted for Trump. This is what they think of people of people who do not agree with their politics.

“Twilight Zone”? Yeah. It’s sort of like that. But if you have read a little about genocides you will quickly realize what we are seeing isn’t just something from a television series writer’s imagination. This could easily be history in the making.

Prepare and respond appropriately.—Joe]


8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Kirstie Alley

  1. Yet another stupidity of the moment. You can’t even keep up with all the stupidity, yet as I look out my window into the forest it’s spring and peaceful. The dissonance is striking.

    Now I need to let the chickens out. At least they don’t care about the stupidity – they just want to eat and not be eaten (which occurs all too often). It seems that everyone likes a chicken dinner including the predators in our ‘peaceful’ forest.

  2. That is definitely not a flattering photo of Ms. Alley. But I think the photos often posted of Feinstein and Pelosi are far worse. The one I like in particular makes Shannon Watts look like a cross-eyed bovine – it’s a great look for her.

    • The difference is that Kirstie Alley is gorgeous in real life, while Feinstein, Pelosi, and Watts are bad pictures to begin with. If anything, they probably look better in pictures than in real life.

  3. The world of one-upmanship, status-consciousness, intimidation, title-seeking, expropriation, thuggery, fashion, celebrity, idol worship, apostasy and general authoritarianism (i.e. Babylon) is wonderfully address and dismissed by Jesus in this simple verse;

    The kings of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them; and they that exercise authority upon them are called benefactors. But ye shall not be so… Luke, ch. 22. KJV

    Don’t participate in the system of Babylon and its apostasy and expect to be tolerated when you question or criticize that system. I now understand exactly why some of my old teachers hated me so bitterly, even to the point of losing their composure and embarrassing themselves, for my heinous crime of asking subject-relevant questions that weren’t addressed in the official text books. That’s “heresy” in Middle Ages (Dark Ages) terms, and they’ll kill you for that.

    Come out of Babylon!

    Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. Revelation 18:4

    Of course it is NOT saying we should sequester ourselves in hidey-holes in the mountains. That’s Jesus talking to his disciples, and they were all very much among the people. That separation, out of the system of Babylon, is all about mindset, and mindset determines perception and behavior, and allegiance.

    You CANNOT have it both ways, as Kirstie Alley is learning, and as we should learn from her, and our own, experiences. You can’t have it both ways. It’s very simple— You cannot serve two masters. One side or the other is going to pull you off the fence, and have its way with you.

    Of course, Trump was NOT, and is not, any sort of an antidote to the authoritarian (Romish) system. That’s all just distraction. Wait until you see Babylon come straight up against real truth (which of course she will avoid for as long as possible). THEN you’ll see murderous rage and an orgy of violence the likes of which you can scarcely imagine. Just don’t ever tell me you’re surprised by it, because you already know better than that.

  4. 1.)ammo. an empty gun is a club.
    2.)guns. see above.
    3.)wool clothing and blankets.
    4.)seeds …. veggies, and things for berries and the like.
    5.)staples. rice, flour, vienna sausage (as good a fat as you’ll find.)(no need to worry about excess fat in the u.s. of the future, as planned by the lefties.)
    6.)shelter. a little plot of land.
    7.)grains, and a grain grinder. (you can glean all the grain you’ll need. talk to a farmer.)
    8.)plenty of paper and ink. forget about the computer …. it will be monitored and regulated.
    9.)an auto that will run on wood. yes, dears, there are such thing. wood gas was widely used in europe after wwii, as the allies destroyed most of the refineries by bombing …. it took four or five years to get them up and running again, and the oil wells pumping.

    boy scout motto — “be prepared”

    and, don’t forget the vitamins and the fat. you need the fat to run on, and for warmth, as you’ll be generating most of it yourself.

    • And you cannot count on being successful unless it is an ongoing activity and even then things will go awry.

      Last year at the start of the Pandemic I had not yet purchased seeds and they were in scarce supply so I opened a can of emergency seeds. Alas the germination rate was none to poor. The garden was a loss except for some squash and a few tomatoes which were not mold resistant. It was also a bad year for chickens since the predators got more chicken and eggs than we did.

      You forgot to mention that you and everybody you communicate with need to ditch all electronics including your cars and phones. And should you need to purchase resources note that all transactions are recorded and monitored.

      The world we live in is setup to control us far beyond the world Huxley, Orwell and most survivalists envisioned. It is all but impossible to opt out and survive except as a hermit deep in some forest.

      • Yes – and the idealistic notion of “living off the land” is a total pipe dream. I realize that it’s merely entertainment and shouldn’t be taken too much as ‘truth’, but watch the TV series, “Alone” for awhile. Here are presumably highly competent survival experts, homesteaders, etc. Drop them in the woods for awhile with plenty of tools and clothing, and even the winners drop about a third of their body weight and barely subsist. The forest isn’t as bountiful as we’d like to believe.

  5. 10.)committees on correspondence. if you don’t know what that means, look it up. you’ll have to figure a way to move letters back and forth, and around. private, discrete couriers.

    you cannot evade the f.i.b., the c.i.a., the nsa. every key stroke is monitored. trust me on this.

    this blog will not last long if biden and crew institutionalize their power. trust me on this, as well.

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