underground. This website is so far under the radar that it’s quite liberating to be able to write things that defy the official narrative, and that only a select few people read. However, I have a feeling that some of the opinions and thoughts expressed here are slowly becoming mainstream. At the moment now, when I look at social media and who’s popular there, I wonder if there’s any future for humanity at all. It’s always been that way. Most people follow the herd, yet everyone derides sheep as being mindless creatures who are easily led. The joke’s on them. This morning I briefly watched MSNBC and CNN. The stream always drops out after about two minutes for some reason, so I only see snippets of the propaganda…I mean, conversation. This is a good thing. Both said that events going on in the world were ‘complicated’. It’s complicated with Iran and Israel and Hamas. It’s complicated with the masses of illegal aliens flooding across the border. It’s always ‘complicated’ meaning the average person doesn’t have the reasoning skills or brain power to ‘uncomplicate’ things. Let us and the government figure these things out, and you gIo about your business. Anthony Blinken will handle all of it for us.
It’s getting complicated at CNN
In the past Blinken supported the US invasion of Iraq and later the 2020 military intervention in Libya which resulted in the killing of Muammar Gaddafi, and the subsequent destabilization of that country. Hillary Clinton was Obama’s Secretary of the State at the time, and will always be remembered in a CBS interview as saying (about the death of Gaddafi) “We came, we saw, he died”. It’s been nearly a decade since the U.S.-backed ousting of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, and conditions in the country have gotten worse and more complicated. Oh, it’s ‘complicated’. There’s that word again. But don’t worry, Blinken’s on the job, you can trust him. Go back to sleep.
It’s all disgusting I know, and I shouldn’t talk about it. It’s complicated. That’s always the sign off point when you don’t want anyone to know what’s really going on. You see that a lot on these alphabet channels. Last night I couldn’t get to sleep for about 3 hours. When I finally did I had the most vivid dreams imaginable. Nothing particularly good, unlike the dream I had about a week ago where I was making out with someone I know, but maybe shouldn’t have been. My subconscious wasn’t going to let me go all the way with them at any rate, so I did nothing wrong really. I have no control over these things. Everyone has these thoughts and dreams, I am certain. It’s only natural to want to engage in something exciting and forbidden that you shouldn’t be doing. If you dream about it, then it’s kind of harmless in a way. I’d rather have dreams like that than “wandering around in a strange city and you’ve lost your cellphone, and you don’t know how you got there”, nightmare. Maybe I’ll get to third base next time.
Here’s something I just saw this morning. “On the outskirts of the Chinese city of Hangzhou, a small dilapidated temple overlooks a graveyard of sorts: a series of fields where hundreds upon hundreds of electric cars have been abandoned among weeds and garbage.” Apparently there are thousands of electric cars in empty lots around Hangzhou and Nanjing, the capital of China’s eastern Jiangsu province. This is not limited to China. Some of the biggest buyers of new cars, including rental firms, are cutting back on EV adoption because they’re losing money on resales. The whole EV thing is collapsing because it’s a meme. In the broad scope of things, it’s never going to work. Governments and regimes who force people to adopt these batteries on wheels in the name of ‘climate change’ are going to have to face a hard reality sooner rather than later. Nobody should be against electric vehicles, but they are not suitable for every single transportation application. Then there’s that other issue which involves generating the electricity that powers them. Don’t ask. It’s complicated.