The Torch of Lies

As a kid you are programmed to respect the Sunday morning talk show hosts. It’s only natural, and I was no different than you.

They were older than me so it made sense to me that they would be more experienced and, so I thought, smarter.

But then I got older, and more experienced.

But my mind was still thinking like a child. I sat there and I watched people 20 to 30 years younger than me speak as if they knew what they were talking about, and I paid attention.

Then one day I had several epiphanies. I said to myself:

1. These so-called experts don’t know what they’re talking about, and they don’t have the experience to back it up. I am older than them, and I have more experience. And I’ve read more.

2. When I was a boy looking up to these broadcasters, there were probably people in their 60s who were saying the same thing that I’m saying now.

3. There is no difference between we older Americans holding reverence for younger, inexperienced know-it-alls than older North Koreans holding reverence for the young, inexperienced know-it-all, Kim Jong Un, who leads them.

So why are these young wise men on television? You’ve seen them. They are young and in their 30s or early 40s, and they speak as if they know it all.

Why doesn’t their lack of experience matter? Why are there older, more experienced people walking around who have no voice on national television and zero say in Washington.

Is this the right way to do things?

The young know-it-alls are around because the people in charge, the elites, want them there.

They are not there because of their intellectual prowess; they are there because they are being groomed to be there. Many come from so-called elite colleges.

What is going on is a passing of the torch. It doesn’t matter to the elites that these youngsters have little experience, or if they say stupid things.

What is important is that they adhere to the party line.

These are the new Kim Jong Uns, and you will obey them.

None of these young “sages” will ever deviate from the party line. They were all chosen because they are the type of good little soldier who will adhere to that party line – which today is dictated by Corporate America.

Plus, they’re getting paid astronomical amounts of money to say stupid things and to adhere to the party line.

If per chance one of them goes off the reservation, that young scofflaw will be taken down.

Their appearance on television is an apprenticeship. They are indoctrinated into sitting and speaking a certain way.

Notice how they all sit with their hands folded in front of them. This is to project calmness and reserve. If someone is flailing their hands about, one is less likely to believe them because they seem less in control.

The converse, that someone who is in control of their hands must know what they’re talking about, has been proven by them to be patently false.

Notice how they speak glibly in a similar way. Yes, there’s a lingo that must be learned in order to be a presenter or a guest on a Sunday news talk show.

The longer you watch them the more physically ill you become as they churn out one falsehood and slogan after another.

They specialize in clichés.

Beyond these superficialities though is their shared belief in the lies of the Empire that they relentlessly prosecute. They all believe that Oswald killed Kennedy; they all believe that Nixon and Joe McCarthy were bad guys; they all believe that Eisenhower was a good guy. None of them ever talk about the crimes of the CIA, nor will they ever dream of talking about the truth of the World Trade Center collapse. If they did, they would fall back on the official investigative report as truth.

It is a club, and you are definitely not in it.

Sitting a certain way, speaking a certain way, and believing a certain way doesn’t make you any smarter, but it does identify you as a member of the club.

This club exists not to discern the truth but to define and project the truth as the elites determine the truth.

They understand that if they repeat a lie long enough that lie becomes truth.

The facemask and the use of the facemask is one of those lies. As is the lockdown.

It’s a dangerous game – lying.

But lies are the currency of the elite. They transfer this currency from one generation to the next in their various institutions. The media is one of those institutions.

This passing the torch has been with you all your life.

It is why and how the elites through their media are able to perpetuate their lies over decades if not centuries.

Oswald killed JFK. The World Trade Center was brought down by jets. Facemasks work.

There’s no break in the continuity of the lies. They stay the same from one generation to the next. This is how they do it – by passing the torch of lies.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

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