I was walking through the airport just a few moments ago when I spotted a book Tom Brokaw had written about the downfall of Richard Nixon
I did not pick it up.
I thought about it, then said to myself: “Why bother. It’s just a pack of lies.”
How can I possibly know that?
Because these days our MSM lies about everything.
And I mean everything.
It’s called the official narrative of the United States of America.
There’s a little guy in Kansas somewhere, stooped over a high desk, like Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol, and he is writing our official history on a long scroll of paper.
These are the lies agreed upon.
Who appointed this guy?
The opinion makers appointed him. He works for them.
Ah, yes, but who appointed the opinion makers?
Well, if you have been reading this column, you know damn well who appointed them.
They are appointed by King Louis.
And King Louis is a thug who rules by force.
If you fuck with King Louis, he fucks with you.
Try it sometime. Try not paying your taxes. Try starting an open rebellion.
See how far you get.
Now, of course, in our country King Louis is Harvard and the people Harvard controls.
But a thug still rules us, no question about it.
To keep himself in power in France, King Louis wrote the official history of France.
Well, his court stenographer did it.
He wrote down all sorts of lies about King Louis. He told the people that King Louis was God’s representative on Earth.
We’re a little more advanced today though.
We don’t have a court stenographer anymore. Nor do we have a little old man stooped over a desk in Kansas. Now we have papers of record like the NYT and the WSJ.
We also have official book writers like Tom Brokaw.
Of course anyone can write a book. But people who don’t write what King Louis, excuse me, Harvard, desires get to sell their books in a flea market in Nome.
Or maybe not at all.
The widely read books, the widely read newspapers are the official truth, and they are the lies that keep King Louis in power.
Those kind of books get sold everywhere. Gas stations, airports, casinos. I’ll bet you Brokaw’s books are sold in lube shops.
I’m sure it will sell well.
Just not to me. Maybe.
After giving a pass on his book, I walked a little further and spotted a WSJ.
I purchased it, and read it.
I flipped to Peggy Noonan, one of King Louis’s stenographers, on page A13, where she writes about the clean election we had in 2020.
Here is what she says:
“What happened on 1/6 was an attempted assault on the constitutional order. It was instigated by a lie, the one Donald Trump told his supporters starting the day after the election: that it had been stolen and was fraudulent.”
So, this is the official narrative: the election was clean; the election was not stolen.
This is the lie that will now be written down in America’s history book. And this lie will be repeated religiously by all of King Louis’s court stenographers.
This is how it works.
This is how lies get perpetuated.
The lies must be perpetuated to keep King Louis and his henchmen in power.
Nothing would be more damaging to them than to be found out to have rigged the election.
This they can not have.
So they lie.
Just as King Louis though Peggy Noonan lies about what happened in our recent election, Tom Brokaw lies about Richard Nixon.
I don’t even need to read the book. The fact that it is sold in an airport tells me already that King Louis approves of it.
The book will talk in grave tones about Richard Nixon violating his sacred oath to uphold the Constitution, and it will deify Bernstein, Woodward (Yale), and Bradlee (Harvard);but nowhere to be found will be the CIA connections to the Watergate burglary, the CIA connections within the political class, or Ben Bradlee’s close friendship with high level CIA officers like James Angleton (Yale, Harvard), Cord Meyer (Yale), and Richard Helms (Williams College).
Anything that might suggest that the Watergate burglary was a CIA op to entrap, convict and remove Nixon as payback for ending their cash cow of a Vietnam war will never be discussed.
It was much safer to replace Nixon with one of their own men, Gerald Ford (Yale), a man who would do what the elites desired. Gerald certainly was trustworthy when he falsified JFKs autopsy evidence, so why not?
Of course, this can’t be discussed because it would reveal who is really in power and what is really driving war: the quest for profits.
That’s the real story.
Not the pack of lies cloaked in respectability.
PS Nixon is still trashed to this day to remind current politicians to never go against Corporate America, or else. In the late 60s, Nixon and Kissinger were between a rock and a hard place. Corporate America wanted the Vietnam war to go on forever in order to make profits; the people were vehemently opposed to the war. Nixon and Kissinger came down on the side of the people.
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