Devices of Enslavement

I watched only a little bit of the vice-Presidential debates last night.

They lost me with the plastic shields that were separating them.

I am not a person who does well with stupid ideas.

Just what are they trying to sell with these plastic shields?

They accomplish nothing medically, of course, so what our leaders trying to sell?

Are they trying to sell themselves as responsible politicians? They are not if they embrace a device that does nothing and may indeed do a great deal of harm.

Are they trying to sell us on the necessity of using them?

Are we supposed to buy these things now and set them up around the dinner table?

I’m lost. I’m truly lost.

If you’re breathing out, couldn’t the virus ascend into the air, travel 6 feet and fall down on the other side of the shield? They did tell us that the virus was airborne, did they not?

I don’t want to go any further with this because to do so dignifies the plastic shields as an effective measure.

That our politicians do use them is an indictment of them.

All of them.

Moreover, the use of that shield is an indictment of the entire political process and the culture within which we live.

It’s not enough to debunk the use of the plastic shield as an effective device in preventing COVID-19 infection.

We need to go much deeper than that.

In order to extract ourselves from the Orwellian nightmare in which we live, we need to go deep into the psychology of our minds and ask why we believe the things we do.

We must, because the leaders who have perpetuated this COVID-19 crisis upon us have done exactly that.

The science they are using to control us is nothing new or hidden. It is the psychology of advertising and mass media that has been developed by various psychologists over the past 100 years.

Bernays is one of these psychologists. Maslow is another.

Corporations embraced men like Bernays and Maslow to sell you all the shit you buy but may not need.

The techniques were so successful that it was only a matter time before greedy and power mad executives got the bright idea of selling you on ideas.

Why stop with cars, one executive might’ve asked. Why not sell them on the idea that they are inferior serfs?

Serfs are serfs not because they lack intelligence or desire, but because their options have been limited.

Limitations begin in the mind. Mental limitations beget physical limitations. Fear begets mental limitations. If people are fearful, they are more likely to stay in place and not cause trouble for us, the clever executive concludes.

These are the thoughts of our leaders.

And so they plot: Why not exploit a crisis?

Why not heighten the fear?

Then, why not sell them on the idea that safety is the most important thing in their lives?

Why not sell them on the idea that staying inside the house, wearing a mask and hiding behind a plastic shield will make them safe?

If we do that, the executive asks, we can destroy their psych, their spirit, their business. We can break them down mentally and make them dependent upon us. We could rule for a thousand years.

While doing that, another executive suggests, we can program them to accept our Ivy League superiority. We can award ourselves all sorts of phony awards that of course only we, and our sycophants, can win.

We can regularly announce our mundane comings and goings in the newspaper.

When we have a baby or get married, we will announce that in the New York Times.

When we make a movie, we will make sure that if there is a genius in that movie, he or she will come from Harvard. Never mind the fact that Einstein and Jobs attended ordinary schools. Never mind the fact that Edison was homeschooled by his mother.

The people will then turn to us, the creators of this mess, to solve it.

And so it has been in the United States and the world for some time now.

The same people who made the mess pretend to fix it.

And they get away with it and will get away with it as long as the programming exists.

The plastic shields that you saw at the vice-Presidential debate is part of that programming.

The face masks that they ask you to wear are part of that programming.

These devices do not exist to protect you; there is no science to them. They exist to program you, to keep fear going so as to confine you, to break you down physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

The plastic shield and face mask are tools of enslavement, no less damaging than a ball and chain.

This is what your leaders sell.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

We Are Doomed

We are doomed.

I wish there was a program whereby if we paid so many thousands of dollars per year to the government, the politicians would have to leave us alone.

Completely.

This would mean that they wouldn’t even be allowed to speak to us.

I texted this to a friend as Trump left the hospital just this morning having miraculously conquered the coronavirus in Johnsonesque style over the weekend.

I hate politicians, and I hate the ignorance they promote.

Don’t we pay these guys to lead us to a better place? Isn’t that their job?

Is it their job to find the dumbest thing that the majority of the people will believe and use that as policy?

I speak, of course, of the face mask.

Or is it their job to find the smartest thing that will work and use that as policy?

If we were coaching a football team, would we call the dumbest plays that we could find?

If we were a baker baking cookies, would we reach out for the crummiest flour?

If we were a bricklayer, would we go out of our way to mix the mortar incorrectly?

If we were a surgeon, would we take a popularity poll in deciding what steps to go through in excising someone’s appendix?

If we wouldn’t do that that in those fields why would we do that for something as important as politics?

Why do we employ devices designed for simpletons?

Is it because people are stupid?

We don’t employ stupid ideas in house building just because people are stupid.

Why must we pander to stupid ideas in politics?

It’s not exclusively stupid people who buy into stupid ideas, it’s educated people as well.

The other day, I saw two educated people in healthcare walking around my neighborhood with face masks.

I’ve given up trying to educate people on the face mask.

That’s right, I’ve given up.

People don’t want to know the truth. They want to go along. They enjoy going along.

Just as I enjoy not going along, others love going along.

They must get an erection by going along.

They must derive sexual pleasure from doing so.

There must be sexual pleasure because there certainly isn’t any rational thought in going along for the sake of going along.

I would have thought that Americans would have learned from the Nazi experience the dangers of going along.

But we haven’t learned.

We are just like the German people in the 1930s who went along with the Nazi program not so much because they hated the Jews but because the government created or played into man’s desire to belong.

Therein lies the core fault of humanity and in turn socialism.

Man prizes conformity over confrontation.

Man fears being alone. People derive strength from the pack.

I do not, but I am an aberration. I am a freak.

When my father died, I was thirteen years of age. After finding out that he died, I cried and ran to a secret hiding place behind a bush that was tucked up to a neighbor’s house. I wanted to be alone. I did not and do not derive strength, as others do, by being in company. I wanted to be alone.

I am a freak.

The vast majority of people derive strength from others. They need to go along or they will die.

I recognize that a society will not work unless people join the program, but sometimes that program is wrong.

Sometimes that program is horribly wrong.

Sometimes malicious individuals can hijack humanity and steer it horribly wrong.

This happened under Stalin. This happened under Hitler. This happened under Mao.

It is happening here in the United States and in other countries around the world.

Horrible malicious people have hijacked the leadership here and are spreading lies and nonsense that will enslave humanity for a long time.

Except for these writings I have nearly given up hope of convincing individuals.

Elie Wiesel tells a story in his book, Night, of Jews who escaped the concentration camps early on in the Holocaust. These Jews went back to their village and told the people what was going on. They were not listened to.

They were not listened to.

Why were they not listened to? Why would you not listen to someone who would tell you a story of mass genocide especially if the person was emaciated, sickly looking and threadbare?

You would not listen to that person if your value system spoke contrary to that and if the consensus ruled that the story could not be true.

Conformity is a powerful force.

If Jews who escaped the concentration camps could not convince their fellow villagers of the truth, what chance do I have?

I’ve spent many hours dreaming of becoming a terrorist, but I know nothing of explosives or weapons. It is too late to go to school.

I’m stuck, and so I think that maybe I should ride it out. Perhaps I can ride out the next ten to fifteen years if I am lucky enough to stay alive.

Or maybe we, I, can convince the politicians to leave us alone if only we pay them to.

I know, it’s a protection racket. We would be paying them to leave us alone.

It would be like paying farmers to not plant crops. It would be a subsidy of sorts.

Maybe that’s the ticket.

What do you think?

You’ve heard of the Mexican town, Cheran, haven’t you?

This is the town that got tired of corruption. So the citizens fired the leadership and took over the management of the town.

Crime dropped, kidnappings dropped, violence dropped. Life improved.

What this suggests is that the leadership of any town or country can be hijacked by an evil gang that does a great disservice to its citizenry.

We permit such a leadership by going along, by deluding ourselves that we are good citizens by doing so.

Unfortunately we are anything but.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

The Real Joseph McCarthy

Who did more damage to the United Stares of America: Dwight Eisenhower or Joseph McCarthy?

Dwight Eisenhower.

Dwight Eisenhower did tremendous damage to the United States – damage we are still trying to repair.

To be fair Dwight Eisenhower’s reach as President was greater than McCarthy’s.

Joseph McCarthy was only a Senator.

Ike was in a greater position to do more damage.

I bring this up because Joseph McCarthy has been demonized for the past seven decades.

Children are taught to hate him, to regard him as a demagogue.

Joseph McCarthy may have been vehemently anti-communist, but he was certainly no demagogue.

A demagogue is a person who appeals to the masses on emotion alone. A demagogue eschews rational thought.

Joe McCarthy’s case against George Marshall belies this.

Yes, Joe McCarthy was a populist. Yes he appealed to peoples anti-communist sentiments, but he was also a well read, well informed individual who could back up what he believed.

One could hardly call him uninformed. You may not agree with him, but he was not uninformed.

That he was informed, that he was able to back up what he said in painstaking detail is most likely the principal reason why his opponents painted him as a demagogue.

If you can’t win on facts, you have to resort to character assassination.

It’s difficult to imagine any of his opponents being able to present his mastery of detail.

And that is most likely the extent of the perceived damage that Joseph McCarthy inflicted upon America: he pointed out communists, more specifically totalitarians, enemies to the American dream.

Such criminality!

A communist in Joe McCarthy’s day was an enemy to the American dream.

The term communist had a different meaning in the 1940s and 50s. It was commonly accepted then that a communist took his or her orders from the Kremlin.

To be communist was to be subversive.

Joe McCarthy was hardly the only man who took up the fight against communism.

There existed at the time the Hollywood blacklist and the HUAC – House un-American Activities Committee – both commonly associated with McCarthy.

Well …

As neither an entertainer nor movie mogul Joe McCarthy had nothing to do with Hollywood and the Hollywood blacklist. As a US Senator Josephy McCarthy had nothing to do with the House un-American Activities Committee.

Joe McCarthy was primarily concerned with infiltration of communists within the higher levels of the United States government. And he was subsequently proven to be more right than his political opponents claim that he was not.

More generally he concerned himself with the overall direction of our foreign policy specifically with regard to George Catlett Marshall and the implementation of his Marshall plan.

Joseph McCarthy felt George C. Marshall was a tool of the communist party.

He points out his reasoning extensively in his published book: America’s Retreat From Victory: The Story Of George Catlett Marshall.

This raised the ire of Dwight Eisenhower who worked craftily, and immorally, behind the scenes to destroy Joseph McCarthy.

George C. Marshall was Eisenhower’s boss during World War II.

As we all know, Dwight Eisenhower won the day. Senator McCarthy was ultimately censured by the Senate. According to the left, McCarthy died in disgrace, although, to be fair, disgrace is not an objective property that can be measured.

But was Joseph McCarthy the bad guy

And what of his nemesis, Dwight Eisenhower? Was Dwight Eisenhower the good guy?

As I stated previously, Dwight Eisenhower did tremendous damage to the United States of America.

Not only did Dwight Eisenhower do immense damage to the United States of America, he proved conclusively through his actions that he was the ultimate globalist.

In the the 40s and 50s, the heyday of Senator McCarthy, people did not use the term globalist; they spoke of communists.

This is what Dwight Eisenhower was.

It’s important to understand that in our world today, or then, there exists little difference between a globalist, a communist, a crony capitalist and a fascist.

Totalitarianism is totalitarianism no matter what face it presents.

Dwight Eisenhower was groomed into the American globalist machine. He was Douglas MacArthur’s right hand man in the Philippines between the two wars. He became the commander of the armies during World War II.

Ike was the machine.

Ike warning us about the military industrial complex is the pot calling the kettle black.

Joe McCarthy embraced a different vision for America. He believed that America should support freedom loving people militarily. He rejected the idea of America being a welfare program for the world.

Joe McCarthy supported the Truman-Forrestal plan which was a more targeted, specific program to support anti-communists.

McCarthy felt that George C. Marshall hijacked that plan and watered it down thus making our anti-communist efforts less effective. He also felt that Marshall sold Chiang Kai-Shek, our commie-hater in China, down the river thus handing China over to Mao.

He was right.

Whereas Joe McCarthy’s anti-communism was muscular and designed to win, Ike’s anti-communism was weak and designed not to win. That was intentional. The goal was to create and foster an endless cold war that made uncountable amounts of cash for military contractors.

Which it did.

To stoke the need for more and more wars, Ike became the ultimate busybody. Not only did he support tremendous aid programs (spy programs really) for the world, he personally supported and approved the harmful interventions of the Central Intelligence Agency throughout the world.

Ike approved every nasty intervention that Alan Dulles conceived.

Ike was behind the overthrow of Mosaddegh of Iran in 1953 as well as the overthrow of Arbenz of Guatemala in 1954.

Ike laid the seeds of the Vietnam war.

Ike gave the go ahead to develop the ill-conceived Bay of Pigs invasion that ultimately took place in 1961 under JFK.

Ike also took the time to meddle in Africa and Indonesia. There was scarcely a place on the planet where Ike did not extend his globalist influence.

Many of the interventions that Ike undertook have come back to haunt us.

Correction: all of them have.

Our current enmity with Iran is directly connected to Ike’s installation of the Shah. The immigrants flooding across our southern border are directly related to Ike’s failure to give the laborers in Guatemala a fair stake in the game.

It’s fair to say that the modern American empire began under Dwight Eisenhower.

American war mongering accelerated under Dwight Eisenhower. Dwight Eisenhower laid the seeds of our modern police state.

The CIA grew under Dwight Eisenhower to become the tyrannical, out of control thug army of the ruling elite. This thug army conducts mayhem around the world to the benefit of the wealthy elites, not to the people of the United States of America.

The result of this interventionism is not a world of peace, but a world of war, constant war. To supply this war effort much money is printed up by the Federal Reserve. Ultimately this reduces the average American’s stake in the American dream as a disproportionate share of the newly printed money goes to the wealthy elite.

We now live in a full-time war economy thanks to Dwight Eisenhower.

This is the legacy of Dwight Eisenhower.

Joe McCarthy contrary to popular belief did very little damage to America and the world.

Of course, you can be forgiven for not believing such. History is written by the winners, in this case the globalists.

These globalists have given you a steady diet of lies about both Joseph McCarthy and Dwight Eisenhower for the past 70 years.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Trump and his Junkies

What does Trump offer that people find attractive? Why do people follow him?

What Trump offers is the idea that Americans can get a better shake in life.

That is what he offers. That is what he promotes – a dream.

Does he deliver?

If there exists evidence to suggests that he does not deliver, and there exists plenty of that, then why do people still follow him?

He continues to attract large crowds, so what gives?

His followers continue to crave him just as the junkie craves the drug dealer.

Trump is a drug dealer doling out daily doses of funny one-liners – the political equivalent of crack cocaine.

Hey, watch what Trump said about Biden. And how about that comment about Pelosi? Wasn’t that hilarious?

Each day brings a new irresistible high.

Each day demands a higher dose of the addicting junk.

This junk costs money though.

The currency paid does not come from real cash, but from the printed funny kind that the Fed magically gins up every day of the week to support the shenanigans of his administration.

Not only has Trump not ended the foreign wars, he has created a new war, the coronavirus war; only in this case, the enemy is the American people.

The neat trick about this war is that the American people are paying for their own demise.

And that demise will come. That demise is happening right now.

Unfortunately, the addict is always the last person to see that he is addicted.

Even as the addict descends into a state of poverty and despair, he is unable to see that he has a problem.

One only needs to look around to see the devastation that Donald Trump has caused.

The economy is in chaos. It is not coming back soon.

The hospitality industry is destroyed. The airline industry is destroyed. The restaurant industry is destroyed. Healthcare has taken a huge hit. Car sales are down.

These are huge segments of the population that when not functioning act as an anchor upon the economy threatening to drag a boat in a stormy sea down.

People are walking around in masks that have no basis in science.

False hope for an unproven and potentially unsafe vaccine is promoted.

The dogs and cats in your neighborhood have it better than you. They are at least free.

In spite of this, the people believe. And they will continue to believe until they can pay no more.

Instead of meat and potatoes, Trump serves up a steady diet of cotton candy devoid of substance.

Just as Trump bankrupted his casinos, he is now bankrupting the nation and the American people.

There is no convincing the addicts. To this day, people line up their cars to travel in the Trump Train.

They drive aimlessly around town.

But where is the train going? Not one of his followers can point to a comprehensive plan that Trump is prosecuting.

Regardless of what you think about Joe Biden, he was correct on one salient point in the debate: Trump has no plan for healthcare.

That’s right. Trump had four years to develop a health care plan. He has no plan.

Do you know what Trump’s plan is?

It should be obvious. Trump is an entertainer. He’s a drug dealer. His job is to sell you a new high, an escape, a dream.

That’s what Trump is all about – a dream.

The problem with Trump is that his dream has no backing behind it.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

A World of Lies

We live in a world of lies.

Now, come on guys and gals, I know you want to be a good citizen and go along, but at some point you have to admit that someone might be pulling a con on you.

Watch this video; it’s a masterful performance. Do you really believe that this guy, Boris Johnson, was on death’s door step and then recovered this quickly to give a speech like this.

He never coughs once. Only a few times does he look short of breath, but that is minimally so and probably due to his obesity.

Many of you are in healthcare, so you know that people don’t recover like they do in a Hollywood movie.

One of the problems with COVID-19 is the damage that it causes to the lungs. If you are sick enough to be on death’s door step, you must have suffered a moderate amount of damage to your lungs. That takes time to recover.

Many of you know Idalia. She had COVID-19, and she was on the vent for over two months. She could barely talk without coughing even after leaving the hospital.

Damage to the lungs causes decreased gas exchange which in turn causes shortness of breath; the damage also causes hyper-irritability to the lung tissues which prompts you to cough.

I encourage you to watch as much British television as you can. It’s worthwhile because the two countries, the UK and the US, often mirror each other politically.

The UK is our principal partner in global war mongering and exploitation.

We picked up many of our bad habits of empire building from the British.

Many times what occurs in the UK also occurs in a modified form in the US and visa versa. Currently Boris Johnson has implemented more draconian social distancing rules in the UK to prevent another lock down.

These draconian measures might be what we will see here in the US even though coronavirus deaths seem to be slowing down at the moment.

In conjunction Trump may be pulling the same con that Boris Johnson pulled in this video. Let’s see if Trump follows the Boris Johnson script.

I am betting that he will.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley, MD

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

The Big Debate

Who won the debate?

Given that both men are equally corrupt, given that both men lie freely and are incapable of speaking the truth, Joe Biden won the debate.

The Republicans know that, and we know that they know that because they are whining like a little bitch.

Already they are making up excuses for the President.

LOL. Their god has revealed himself as false.

They are even claiming that Joe Biden cheated with a wire or a special contact lens that can project talking points into the air.

Please.

Using their own logic against them, if Joe Biden is confused with his own thoughts, wouldn’t he be even more confused by an outside party interjecting commentary as he is speaking?

Losers always make up excuses.

Losers never accept responsibility.

Joe Biden projected himself as a calm individual who is in control of his mental faculties.

He emphatically debunked the notion that he was in an advanced stage of senility.

Sure, he was a little slow. Sure, he wasn’t as mentally agile as Trump.

But a little slowness is not necessarily a bad thing. Slowness might reflect thoughtfulness.

Biden’s slowness also may have come about because Trump was constantly interrupting.

Chris Wallace was correct in calling the President out on that.

Who wouldn’t be agitated by an opponent striking low blows as you are trying to give an intelligent response?

Because of his bullying, Trump hurt his cause.

Citizens were clearly able to see that Trump was cheating. And it is cheating to interrupt the opponent while he is trying to answer a question.

It’s not the American way to not give your opponent a fair opportunity.

Trump violated our sense of American fairness.

Process is important.

Americans will take note of this regardless of what the pundits say, regardless of how Trump supporters try to spin his performance.

Sure, Joe Biden may say crazy things according to his opponents. And sure, many of us believe that it doesn’t matter who gets elected, that both Biden and Trump are flip sides of the same coin.

You can even make the argument that Trump took a dive.

But so what?

Trump lost; Biden won.

Eat the pain, bitch.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Amy Coney Barrett

Should Amy Coney Barrett be confirmed as a justice on the Supreme Court?

Well, she seems to have all the right tools in her toolbox.

She attended the right schools; she has the lofty work experience; she’s a family oriented person; she speaks the right buzz words.

She seems like the perfect choice.

Yet is she too perfect?

There exists something unsettling about her perfection.

Do we want a perfect person sitting on the Supreme Court?

No.

Perfect people, incorruptible people, like Robespierre of France, because of their perfection, possess an innate inability to empathize with regular people.

If perfection is your strength, it is also your weakness.

The ability to empathize with imperfect people in an imperfect world gives justices the extra edge they require to craft realistic, not idealistic, solutions.

Amy Coney Barrett is too perfect.

She is an academic to boot.

Her decisions will prove to be unworkable and too perfect for imperfect people.

Time and again she will side with purists who will do great damage to the United States of America and its citizenry.

Years ago the people of the United States of America chose to elect another purist, another academic, as President of the United States.

This man was cocksure, arrogant and wrong.

His name was Woodrow Wilson, and we are still paying the price for the damage he inflicted upon the nation.

Woodrow Wilson was a bigoted do-gooder who turned Christianity inside out and in so doing bequeathed to us a labyrinthine tax code, a runaway federal reserve, and an interventionist international policy.

The overall goal of these measures was to impose our self-perceived superiority upon the so-called barbarian beasts of the world.

These measures have in turn trapped us within a dysphoric nightmare from which we cannot wake up.

Amy Coney Barrett will continue that tradition.

I suspect that deep within herself she sees herself as the most perfect Christian of all Christians.

This hidden smugness and sense of perfection about herself will not benefit the people anywhere, here or abroad.

She’s the wrong choice.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Winners and Losers

Why can’t our society improve?

Well, first things first, to improve our society, we must discover truth.

Yet, we are not interested in truth. Our attitude toward truth in this day and age rules against truth ever being discovered.

Welcome to America where truth is avoided assiduously.

In America, Dan Bongino can be heard stating on YouTube: You never ask a question that you do not know the answer to.

And I say to that: If you take that approach, you will never arrive at the truth; you will never better yourself.

Unfortunately Mr. Bongino’s belief is shared amongst the majority of the population.

Americans love machos.

Americans love winners.

Americans love people who ask questions that they know the answers to.

Only losers ask questions they don’t know the answers to.

Mr. Bongino’s dictum is shared amongst lawyers, doctors, and nearly everyone else in society who purchased their brain at K-Mart.

Why is it necessary to ask a question that you know the answer to?

Well, it is necessary if your goal is to win a debate or argument. Winning the debate is paramount in American society today.

Winning is everything in America.

Only losers discover information they did not previously know.

Americans loves winners.

This mindset is reinforced by the President of the United States.

Trump, apparently, at least according to Trump, is a winner.

Dan Bongino, I presume, is a winner also.

But what about the truth?

Would we be better off if we did ask questions that we didn’t know the answer to if it led to a greater truth?

Let’s put it this way: Would you rather win the debate and not ask questions that would lead to a greater truth, or would you rather lose the debate yet discover a higher truth even if it made you look like a fool?

In America today, it’s obvious that people prefer the former.

Americans prize perception over substance.

Yet are we better off by taking that approach?

Let’s answer this question in a different way by use of analogy.

John Wooden was a winning coach for the UCLA Bruins. He won many national championships.

At first glance, one might think that he was obsessed with winning.

Would it surprise you to know that Wooden was not obsessed with winning?

Would it surprise you to know that Wooden didn’t ask his players to win?

Would it surprise you to know John Wooden asked his players to give 100% spiritually, physically, mentally, and that if they did that the wins would take care of themselves?

Would it surprise you to know that John Wooden preferred that his players give 100% and lose than give 50% and win?

It wouldn’t surprise me at all because that’s exactly what John Wooden wrote in his book.

What this analogy illustrates is that process is important and that process is more important than the end result.

Applying this wisdom to truth and debating, one can only conclude that process is important when discussing important matters on television or in the living room.

Applying this wisdom to truth and debating, one can only conclude that we would be much better off by asking questions that we don’t know the answer to rather than avoid risking looking like a fool by not asking questions that we don’t know the answer to.

When we take a better approach to truth and wisdom, then America will be able to improve.

And not a moment sooner.

Ask questions that you don’t the answer to. You might look like a fool, but you and the world will be better for it.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Good Soldier Fauci

Have any of you ever wondered why Tony “Good Soldier” Fauci doesn’t believe in herd immunity?

The answer is two-fold.

First, he doesn’t believe in herd immunity because herd immunity has been cleverly defined by poor thinking academics as an endpoint – the point at which no infection can be transmitted from person to person.

This is an unfortunate definition because it leads one to a state of despair.

Of course herd immunity is difficult to attain if you define it that way because new people are being born into your community.

New non-immune immigrants are entering into your community as well.

Dr. Fauci clings to this definition because it suits the purposes of the elites like front-man Bill Gates who want to impose their New World Order on the rest of us.

But this is not the best definition of herd immunity. Let me be clear: Herd immunity begins on the very first day that the very first infected person in a pandemic lives and becomes immune.

Herd immunity is a gradual progression.

When conquering this pandemic we are not trying to achieve perfection; we will take any savings in lives we can get.

This healthier definition of herd immunity leads us to a state of optimism. We can save many lives by pursuing herd immunity, and we will save many lives by pursuing herd immunity if only Dr. Tony Fauci will permit us.

The second reason why Dr. Fauci doesn’t believe in herd immunity as a viable solution is because Dr. Fauci attended Cornell.

Cornell and other overrated Ivy League schools, plump with obedient valedictorians, add negative value to humanity because of their so-called unjustified street credibility.

Millions upon millions of Americans have been duped through film and media into believing that Ivy League graduates are the best and the brightest.

They are not.

There is a reason why Albert Einstein went to a third tier university. There is a reason why Steve Jobs attended Reed College.

They attended these schools because they were not malicious grade hounds. They were creative people who spent a lot of time thinking about the world and why it is the way it is.

Dr. Fauci is not creative. He is a malicious grade hound and social climber who wanted to go to an Ivy League school so that he could put that on his resume. He is a malignant automaton skilled at obedience. He excelled at absorbing information and vomiting it back out on a test two days later.

I feel confident in saying that he has not had one creative thought in his entire life.

Fauci goes along to get along. Corporate America snaps its fingers, and he jumps.

He does the bidding of Corporate America.

He does the bidding of the establishment.

No original thoughts exist in his mind.

His mind exist as an amorphous, moldable piece of foamy plasti-gel shaped by the same Corporate America that has seduced him and rewarded him for going along.

He is long on trophies and short on intelligence.

By not waking up to the value of herd immunity, by going along with the malicious program that the elites have planned for us, he relegates us to years and years of lockdowns.

It’s going to be a rough ride.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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California Despots

For sometime now the state of California has been doing an end-run around the rest of us who are citizens of the United States of America.

They accomplish this through regulation.

The other day the wise men of California enacted legislation which would ban gasoline powered cars being sold in the state of California after the year 2035.

Excuse me, were the rest of us consulted on this important matter?

Shouldn’t we be consulted?

Of course this is a rhetorical question. We absolutely should be consulted.

The state of California, and the wise men who live there, know full well that their regulations will force the automobile industry to comply because said companies don’t want to lose out on the huge market of car sales that exists in California.

But wait a minute, don’t we count too?

We sure do.

And because we do, the President of the United States should step in and let the state of California know who’s boss.

The President of United States has 1,000,001 tools at his disposal to make the state of California and its wise men feel pain, unrelenting pain, if they do not make wise decisions.

Beyond that, what the state of California has done might be construed as a violation of the Constitution, or certainly its spirit.

Do remember that inconvenient document?

I’m asking you the regular American because our leaders sure don’t have a clue as to what the Constitution says.

Nor do they apparently care.

Article 6, Clause 2 of the Constitution of United States is known as the Supremacy Clause. Essentially it states that the laws of the federal government supersede those of the state.

This Constitution, and the laws of the United States, which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, any thing in the Constitution or laws of any state to the country notwithstanding.

While there is no law stipulating that gasoline cars must be sold in the United States of America, there is a prevailing sentiment that they are permissible.

Automobile companies operate under that sentiment.

If the state of California passes a law banning gasoline powered vehicles after 2035, they speak against the prevailing sentiment of the nation.

A prevailing sentiment is an unwritten law of permissibility or non-permissibility depending upon the issue at hand.

Automobile companies, fearful of not being able to sell in the state of California, then begin to change the type of vehicles that they will sell in the future.

This affects people outside of the state of California who had no say whatsoever in what the state of California has passed.

In addition to violating the spirit of the Supremacy Clause, the state of California is quite possibly violating our right of due process expressed in the 14th Amendment, Section 1, which states the following:

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Given where I live in the state of Texas where distances really are bigger, and where the closest major city is 250 miles away; given that battery technology has hit a barrier that compels me to wait a lengthy period of time for a battery to recharge; given that electrical power in batteries is most likely going to be supplied by fossil fuel plants far from noble people, I absolutely, unequivocally want to be consulted on regulations that are going to affect me.

That’s the fair and decent thing to do.

Our Constitution is based upon that decency and fairness.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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