Why don’t you the average American know the truth?
Have you ever wondered why?
There are plenty of people who can tell you how to manage any number of affairs in any area of endeavor.
Knowledgeable people are ready and willing to tell you how to get out of any problem that exists.
They’ve been out there all along.
So why don’t you know about them?
You don’t know about these people because of the clown culture we’ve created.
We’ve created a joke superstar culture that produces greedy, media obsessed carnival barkers, hucksters, show boaters and know nothings who muscle everyone out of their way in order to get to the megaphone.
The person who knows what’s going on is spending most of his time learning about his field or craft.
He doesn’t have the time, the skills, or the strength to fight these rude hucksters.
That knowledgeable man is being flattened and stampeded into obscurity.
I’m not sure precisely when this phenomenon began, but I do know that hosts like Sean Hannity enabled it.
Sean Hannity facilitated this joke culture when he hosted his All-American panel on his modestly named show Hannity.
On his All-American panel appeared football stars like Jay Feely and Lou Holtz. Those were Sean’s experts on world affairs.
Forget about professors who may have studied their entire lives about Iran, China or any other number of issues. Why would we want to consult those people when we have Lou Holtz and Jay Feely?
Sean Hannity helped end any type of reasonable, rational discourse on world affairs.
Of course, he wasn’t the only host to help the ignorant culture along.
There were plenty of other broadcasters who were more than willing to allow basketball coaches like Gregg Popovich to pontificate on race relations.
This is what passes for expertise in America today.
It is consistent with the infotainment model that Corporate America desires in order to maximize profits.
Coaches and celebrities get you higher ratings and therefore more advertising revenue.
It is this joke superstar culture that prompted the starstruck mayor of Minneapolis, Jacob Frey, to take a busy moment out of his day during the George Floyd riots to consult that noted sociologist and criminologist, Jay-Z.
I’m not joking.
This refusal to highlight true expertise is one of the reasons why America can’t correct itself.
You have a joke superstar culture created by Corporate America, fueled and spearheaded by Harvard University, that highlights joke expertise.
The people who know what to do, the people who have studied a particular area of endeavor their entire lives, simply aren’t listened to. They effectively don’t exist.
And if perchance they do find their way by luck on to main stream media, their advice is so different and startling to the low IQ, ratings-obsessed boob-hosts who exist there, that their advice is pooh-poohed, laughed at and derided.
Why is their advice so different and startling? Because they know what they’re talking about, because they offer solutions that are better than bandaids, and because they rarely get a chance to get on the air.
Let me give an example.
I listen to a lot of sports radio. I grew up in the Philadelphia area.
One day I was listening to sports radio in Philadelphia over the Internet. This was either Andy Reid’s last year or Chip Kelly’s first year.
The boob-host sportscaster was talking about the Eagles upcoming draft.
In Philadelphia there exists an aggressive symbiotic relationship between boob-hosts and boob-callers who reinforce each other’s ignorance.
The boob-hosts agree to spout their ignorant opinions, and the boob-callers agree to praise the boob-hosts when they call in. Anyone who doesn’t toe the line is derided and made fun of by the boob-host.
It is truly a reverberating circuit of ignorance. Every now and then, however, a real caller who knows something gets through.
This guy calls in, and I can tell over the radio that this is a guy who has played football his entire life at all levels. It’s obvious to me that he has played football, coached football, and is one of those guys who watches football to key in on offensive lineman to see if they hit or miss their blocking assignments. Confidence oozes out of his voice when he speaks.
He tells the boob-host that he and the other callers are looking in the wrong direction when it comes to who the Eagles should draft.
The boob-host immediately becomes perturbed and makes fun of the caller.
The caller responds by stating that the Eagles should be looking at this guy named Zach Ertz.
Clearly the boob-host has never heard of Zach Ertz, and so he starts to make fun of the caller.
After deriding the caller and ridiculing him, he boots him off the air while saying: “Yeah, right. Zach Ertz. Sure.”
Well, as it turns out, the caller knew what he was talking about.
So why don’t we get many callers like this?
Because our joke culture encourages and rewards boobs, hustlers, carnival barkers, and know nothings to muscle their way to the megaphone in order to say nothing.
And the crowd cheers.
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