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MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
There have been many times lately where we have speculated there is something very peculiar about the timeline. We have explored the Mandela Effect, have discussed historical echoes in transit, and retro or reverse causality.
It is normal to say the future is affecting the present. Programming so-called future catastrophic events into the minds of the people silences all aspirations and dreams. It shatters the fragile soul and creates apathy for an existence that will have no hope and no savior.
The Deep State is very proficient in creating a way to insure that the future remains frightening and a grave playground for the pessimists.
The goal has always been to fortify the police state, breathe new life into the criminal mentality, and infuse the zeitgeist with entertainment centered on police brutality, armed conflict, and death.
Its job is also to make the narrative lose its consistency, to spin confusing stories and it is now in the business of spinning outrageous conspiracy theories.
They know the art of telling the big lie and they also know that if the lie is told enough, it will be believed by the majority of people.
However, the current situation with our government is now at point where it is clinging to power and bracing for the coup and counter coup.
Looking through my notes today, I saw something that caught my eye and struck me as appropriate for the times we are living in now. It was a quote from George Orwell.
“A society becomes totalitarian when its structure becomes flagrantly artificial: that is, when its ruling class has lost its function but succeeds in clinging to power by force or fraud.”
In as much as I use his thoughts as a guiding light for the present, I worry that maybe I use Orwell too much, however, if the oligarchical jackboot fits, prepare to have it kicking in your face forever.
We see the expressions and symptoms of clandestine America in many places now and I wonder if it is they just don’t want to hide it anymore, or are people that are awake smarter now and are highly-critical of what is coming?
The way I see it, is that government no longer hides its impunity anymore. It is because the people become willing participants because of hyperpartisan conformity.
The alphabet agency schemes that have been uncovered thanks to due diligence and FOIA requests. Things like COINTELPRO, Operation GARDEN PLOT, and Project MOCKINGBIRD, have all been seen as large-scale and generally successful attempts to destroy legitimate and essential dissent in which all the intelligence agencies participated. Now these same programs have been augmented to include heavily funded groups that are now part of something called “The Resistance” which appear to be what they preach against.
Some are affected now with fatigue and indifference while others sink to slacktivisim behind a keyboard trolling online with tweets and social media screed that does nothing productive.
The confusion and anger is the product of tension strategies as well as organized psy-ops to distract us from the crimes- cover ups, coups and countercoups that are happening right now in the United States.
How did the clandestine Deep State change everything so profoundly? There are people that are still blind to it all because they do not want to say that what has happened is a colossal mistake.
No left or right paradigm is the answer to any of our woes. We are divided and we are soon to be conquered as corporatist – continue to feed off the corpse of our republic.
How is it that we now find ourselves with so little understanding of how this is spinning out of control?
We are now witnessing the advent of CIA-Intelligence against CIA-Operations, the CIA, the Pentagon, the FBI, and the presidency against each other.
The internal conflict is painful to watch and even worse, the media is encouraging ignorance and forcing an agenda of Russian collusion and they are echoing the overtures of what can be seen as a latter day Watergate.
I am learning that the meme of Watergate is really no accident; in fact, it seems to have been a strategic move in timeline synchronicity, and in practice.
On Oct. 20, 1973, in the so-called “Saturday Night Massacre,” President Richard M. Nixon abolished the office of special Watergate Prosecutor Archibald Cox, and accepted the resignation of Attorney General Elliot L. Richardson and fired Deputy Attorney General William B. Ruckelshaus for their refusal to fire Mr. Cox.
The president took the action to prevent Mr. Cox from obtaining audiotapes of White House conversations implicating Mr. Nixon in the attempted cover-up of the Watergate break-in (in 1972, five Nixon campaigners were caught trying to place recording devices inside Democratic Party headquarters at the Watergate complex). Solicitor General Robert Bork, the acting attorney general, followed the president’s order to fire Mr. Cox.
These actions enraged the public and many in Congress. The Oct. 21 New York Times wrote: “The president’s dramatic action edged the nation closer to the constitutional confrontation he said he was trying to avoid. Senior members of both parties in the House of Representatives were reported to seriously discuss impeaching the president.”
On May 9th, 2017 President Donald J. Trump provided fodder from another timeline echo when he fired the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, James Comey.
This was not only compared to Nixon’s Saturday Night Massacre, but the date May 9th, 2017 is also significant due to the fact that on that date in 1974, The United States House Committee on the Judiciary opens its formal and public impeachment hearings against President Richard Nixon.
Nixon later resigned as President in August of 1974.
Here is the weird rhyme that once again makes us wonder about the echo that seems to be resonating with the people of the United States.
Nearly half of all Americans want to see President Donald Trump get impeached.
A new survey released by Public Policy Polling found that 48 percent of Americans would support impeaching Trump, compared to only 41 percent who would oppose doing so.
Last night, I was noticing that Nancy Pelosi appeared on CNN Town Hall. I reviewed her appearance today online and I also saw it as coincidental that she also brought up this impeachment issue. She was surprisingly against it.
She said that Democrats pushing impeachment are doing so without facts. Pelosi warned Democrats pushing the impeachment of President Trump and said if they can’t make the case they shouldn’t even suggest the idea.
She said quote: “In other words, again, if you are talking about impeachment, you are talking about what are the facts. Not that I don’t like him and I don’t like his hair and what are the facts?” she said. “What are the facts that you would make a case on? What are the rules that he may have violated? If you don’t have that case you are just participating in more hearsay.”
After I heard this I realized that what she was doing was actually hedging her bets by actually indicating that this Russian collusion story is a conspiracy theory; of course, she called it hearsay, but sometimes that is what a conspiracy theory is. However, in the case of our media, and for this moment in time it is effective hearsay and it is conspiracy theory that the American people are beginning to believe.
Even Nancy Pelosi knows impeachment on hearsay is an obstruction of justice, but then again, left and right hyperpartisan zombies act as if this is all a football game.
It is important to note that the wet dream of the left is impeachment for Trump and what is even more evident is that what is happening is so terrifying for the American people that they have lost all pretense. It can also be said that they are also lacking in objectivity.
Doesn’t it strike anyone as terrifyingly odd that the Firing of James Comey happened 43 years to the day that the move for impeachment began for President Nixon?
The media continuously feeds headlines calling for Trump to be impeached on bogus grounds. Trump has not been charged with any crime nor is he being investigated for any crimes.
This is an example of manipulating a meme.
Crying wolf does not get an impeachment – but it does create chaos that could become problematic for our national security.
In another Watergate echo in the timeline. Congress is taking notice of the discontent. Describing Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey and his tweet threatening, Comey with hypothetical tapes of their conversations as “obstruction,” Rep. Al Green of Texas called for Trump’s impeachment, arguing in a statement that “these acts, when combined, amount to intimidation and obstruction.”
Green added, “President Trump is not above the law. He has committed an impeachable act and must be charged. To do otherwise would cause some Americans to lose respect for, and obedience to, our societal norms.”
This is such congruent neurolinguistic programming because the impeachment meme grows as if you recall that Nixon believed that as president, he was above the law. This is not a subjective conclusion — the man himself made this clear in arguing U.S. v. Nixon before the Supreme Court and, more plainly, when he told David Frost in 1977: “When the president does it that means it’s not illegal.”
Well the media has been pushing the Issue that Mr. Trump has something to hide.
Ever since Watergate, presidents have been reluctant to take on FBI directors, no matter how frustrated they were. The only exception was President Bill Clinton, who fired William S. Sessions in 1993 after ethical issues were raised against Mr. Sessions, and was accused of acting politically.
The successor he appointed, Louis J. Freeh, became even more of a headache for Mr. Clinton as he helped an independent counsel, Kenneth W. Starr, investigate the president. But Mr. Clinton never risked the backlash that would have come had he dismissed Mr. Freeh.
Robert S. Mueller III threatened to resign as FBI director during President George W. Bush’s administration if a secret surveillance program he considered illegal were reauthorized, and Mr. Bush backed down rather than risk a scandal.
Joining Mr. Mueller in that threat, as it happened, was the deputy attorney general – and who was that man?
It all appears to be a timely and most interesting Mobius strip.