Shut Up, Mitt

This is from Mitt Romney, the carpetbagging senator from Utah:

“Having failed to make even a plausible case of widespread fraud or conspiracy before any court of law, the President has now resorted to over pressure on state and local officials to subvert the will of the people and overturn the election,” Romney said in a statement posted to Twitter. “It is difficult to imagine a worse, more undemocratic action by a sitting American President.”

Now, as you may know by now, I couldn’t give one flip and a fiddle who is President of United States. It doesn’t really matter because both men are owned by Corporate America. I voted for Trump in 2016 but did not vote for him in 2020. I voted Libertarian instead.

I soured on Trump because he didn’t do anything in his four years that improved America or my life substantially. In fact, he continue the same old game. That’s my view.

In spite of that, the President has every right to pursue justice if he feels that the recent 2020 election was fraudulent.

I happen to believe it was.

Despite Romney’s unwelcome opinion there are a lot of people claiming that the election wasn’t on the up and up. People are signing affidavits testifying to irregularities. That doesn’t sound like nothing to me.

Yes, it’s true that Trump brought this upon himself by not being forceful and persuasive in setting firm rules for the election process. He had plenty of time to do this. And it was easy to see that there would be problems with mail-in ballots.

Nevertheless, there’s nothing unseemly about seeking justice, and if Mitt Romney thinks that there is, then Mitt Romney might want to read the Constitution of the United States of America.

Ah, but Mitt didn’t say that Trump’s actions were unseemly, although he may think that; he said that Trump’s actions were undemocratic.

Well, how about stealing an election, Mitt? Is that undemocratic?

What other kind of comment could we expect from Senator Romney, though?

Mitt Romney couldn’t care less about the country. If he had cared about the country, he wouldn’t have raped the American worker when he was working at Bain Capital.

As one of the new robber barons, Mitt, along with Bain Capital, helped other robber barons buy up factories in the United States so that they could be shut down with the jobs shipped to China.

A $50,000 a year job means a lot to a regular guy; for Mitt Romney $50,000 is like us finding a penny on the sidewalk.

After making a fortune off the backs of decent Americans Mitt ventured off into politics to whoever who would have him.

First he was governor of Massachusetts, now he’s a senator from Utah.

When you have a national name, I guess you can go anywhere and get elected.

And Mitt will go anywhere.

The important thing is to get in power and stay in power.

That’s why Mitt Romney is there. He is there because the machine, the blob, Corporate America wants him there. Mitt Romney is a full-fledged officer of Corporate America.

It is Corporate America who has been calling the shots in the United States for a long time now, well over 100 years.

Corporate America decides who your presidents will be. Corporate America decides who your senators will be.

Corporate America decides who will occupy all the important Presidential cabinet positions.

Corporate America has made a joke out of democracy, and Mitt Romney is a big part of that joke.

Who is Mitt Romney to talk about democratic principles in the United States?

By being a willing member of Corporate America’s team, by doing their bidding, by being a compliant puppet, no one has more done more damage to democracy than Mitt Romney.

Shut the fuck up, Mitt Romney.

A Letter to Doug

This is the letter I wrote to Doug Hagmann on his YouTube channel. It’s a little uneven, but it’s worth posting.

In this particular YouTube video Doug was talking about something we are missing in the entire election debacle. He was referring to a certain something that is unspoken, something beneath the surface, perhaps a dark subtext to the story.

The following is my post:

You said that something was missing. What’s missing is that you, Doug, have had a hard time (no need to apologize) recognizing that American politics is rigged and has been rigged for a long, long time. It’s tough for people to come to that realization (that the system is rigged from top to bottom) because they think that they’re going against Jesus if they admit the truth. Or they think that they are not being a good egg if they accept an uncomfortable truth.

The CIA was absolutely unequivocally involved in rigging the elections. Overthrowing governments and engaging in naughtiness is what they do. The CIA is an immoral organization that has been involved in every bit of nasty trickery going back to the day that they were conceived. The CIA is nothing more than the thug agency of the wealthy elite. The goal of the wealthy elite is to institute a form of totalitarianism in the United States. China is their model.

When Joe McCarthy stumbled upon what was going in the State Department, Army, and other organizations, he probably thought that our leaders at the higher levels, like Truman, like Eisenhower, would be gratified that he had pointed this out. But they weren’t, were they? They weren’t because Joe McCarthy had stumbled upon what they were doing. Joe McCarthy pulled the curtain back and showed us who they really are. That’s why our power structure demonized him then and do so today.

In the same way, Julian Assange is demonized. Julian Assange, like McCarthy, pulled the curtain back. In response our government in conjunction with the British government have denied Assange basic fundamental rights. Did Trump do anything about that? No.

Why hasn’t Trump stuck up for fundamental individual liberties that are guaranteed by our Constitution? Why didn’t he stick up for Alex Jones? Why hasn’t he stuck up for the Last American Vagabond, or Stefan Molyneaux? Why hasn’t Trump gone after the Internet giants? Because Trump is part of their game. These elites (who control the Republicans and Democrats) are playing a game with us. The right and the left prop each other up. Michael Reagan, the Presidents son, illustrated this in a YouTube video many years ago. He stated that the Dems and the Repubs are an A-frame that hold each other up.

Everything that you think is true about the United States is not true. What the media has given you for the past 75 years is one giant lie about America. The attack on Pearl Harbor was a lie, the attack on the World Trade Center was a lie, the bin Laden raid was a lie, the COVID-19 pandemic is a lie. I’m not saying that these things didn’t happen; I’m saying that they didn’t happen in the way that our lying media says they did. Our government takes advantage of people’s apathy and lack of expertise in technical areas to foist dangerous myths upon the people, myths that enable the elites to gain control of our lives.

Corporate America is in firm control of the politics and the affairs of the United States. Corporate America (which includes businesses, nonprofits the elite universities, Palo Alto, big banks, think tanks like the Council on Foreign Relations, national associations, sports leagues, Hollywood) will decide who our President will be, as they have for a long time now. If Corporate America wants Joe Biden, Joe Biden will be president. If Corporate America wants Trump, then Trump will be President.

The controversy over the election exists right now because Corporate America wants it to exist. Why? I don’t know why; I’m not the one committing the crime. And neither are you, Doug. We are the guys investigating the crime. We are always going to be one step behind the criminals. That’s the nature of police work.

I wouldn’t invest one iota of time worrying about whether Trump stays in office or not. Listen to me, I voted for the guy in 2016. Trump did nothing for me. Nothing. Where is the substantive reform in healthcare? It doesn’t exist. Are our health insurance premiums still high? Yes. Did he establish a competitive healthcare marketplace that so many Republicans ached for? No. Did he permit even more mergers like Aetna-Caremark-CVS to occur? Yes. Are we still in the Middle East? Yes. Did Trump go after the Internet giants? No. Did he defend Alex Jones? No. Did he defend Julian Assange? No. Did he go after the CIA? No. In fact he genuflected before the CIA within a few weeks of taking office. Did Trump do anything to give substantive reform to immigration? No. What he should have done was abolish CAFTA which raped the people of Central America. Exploitation and CAFTA are why immigrants are coming here. When Central Americans are given a stake in the game, they will want to stay in their country. That is a much better choice than building a wall.

The best way we can reform America is to practice Christianity. It was Christianity that defeated Rome. Christianity accomplished what no standing army could accomplish. When we change ourselves as a nation, the politicians will follow. We criticize our politicians for being immoral and greedy. Our politicians are that way because we are that way. We have walked down the wrong path. We must change our sentiments and priorities. Catering to politicians won’t cut the mustard. When we cater to the immoral, duplicitous politician we are crossing the threshold into Dracula’s castle. Once we cross that threshold, Dracula owns us. What we want to do is ask Dracula to enter our house, the house of God.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

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Defunding the Thugs

We don’t need to defund the police, we need to defund the CIA.

The police are our friends; they protect us.

The CIA is our enemy; they do damage to us.

Nearly everyone of our problems internationally today can be traced back to the immorality and thuggery of the CIA.

The CIA is not compatible with a moral republic.

Indeed the CIA works against that moral republic.

The CIA does not work for you; it exists to make money for the wealthy thug elite.

The CIA moves into any country around the world that the wealthy thug elite desire to dominate, and then creates unrest, shenanigans, and naughtiness in that country so as to destabilize it.

The CIA did this in Central America, Vietnam, Iran, Indonesia to name but a few countries and regions.

Our immigration problem with Central America arose because the CIA helped destabilize governments who gave a damn about the people and their need to make a decent living.

Jacobo Arbenz tried to institute land reform in Guatemala in 1954. Our CIA and Guatemala’s wealthy landowners would have none of that. So they got rid of him.

In so doing, they perpetuated the misery in Guatemala and many other nations in Central America. CAFTA made matters worse.

The immigrants are coming here because life is intolerable in Central America. Pollution from US corporations is the norm.

But we get cheap bananas, so I suppose we should look at the bright side.

What more can be said about Vietnam than has already been stated? Fifty-eight thousand Americans dead, hundreds of thousands of American casualties, two to three million Vietnamese dead, millions of Cambodians dead from collateral shenanigans.

But, we get cheaper iPhones, so I guess we should look at the bright side, right?

Umm, not really. Those savings in labor costs are rarely transmitted to us.

Thanks Ike. Thanks Lyndon. Thanks Mr. Dulles.

Let’s see, how about Iran?

Our noble CIA destabilized the government of Iran in 1953. They put in the Shah so that we could control the oil and gas reserves in Iran which are quite substantial.

As a dictator, the Shah did what dictators do – he killed his enemies. This gave rise to the Ayatollah and the Iran that we see today.

But this was okay with our leaders, because it gave them a reason to jack up the military even more. And if it’s one thing our wealthy thug elite love it’s war. They make a fortune off war, especially a Cold War.

Cold Wars actually make the wealthy thug elite more money than a real war.

But, we give the citizens of Fort Worth an opportunity to make more helicopters, so I guess we should look on the bright side.

Thanks every President since Reagan.

Hmm, surely there must be a victory somewhere.

How about Indonesia?

Well, our elites really didn’t like that guy Sukarno who was the spiritual founder of the country. We thought he might be leaning too far to the left. Plus In order to export our wonderful democracy and constitution to the citizens of Indonesia, it would be necessary to take advantage of the minerals and cheap labor pool.

It took us a little while but in 1965 we managed to replace Sukarno with Suharto, after which Suharto conducted a reprisal against his communist enemies. With the help of our CIA, and it’s not disputed, Suharto killed one million Indonesians.

But we gave Freeport Sulphur a crack at cheap minerals, and we did get the cheap labor we needed to make our Nike shoes, so I guess we should look at the bright side.

This is only a small sampling of the damage that the Central Intelligence Agency has done to our nation.

We cannot escape their malfeasance. Everything that they do on our behalf will come back to us someday.

If you think this is all in the past, think again. Our CIA fomented the recent Civil War in Syria which led to 500,000 Syrians dead and millions living as refugees.

The sooner we recognize that the CIA is a bad actor and does not act in our best interest, the less damage we will do to ourselves in the future.

The CIA works against Christian principles. Christianity states that when you help others you help yourself

The sooner we defund the CIA, the better the citizens of the world will be, and the better off we will be.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

The Noble Academic Will Kill Us

Americans shouldn’t have to pay the price because their leadership follows the poor advice of ivory tower academics.

Americans deserve the best advice possible.

Because Americans live in an imperfect world, they must necessarily receive advice from physicians who also live in that imperfect world.

The academics do not live in an imperfect world; they live in the cloistered ivory tower which shields itself from the imperfections of the real world.

With that stated, let us deconstruct the perceived wonderfulness of the academic.

To begin with, our noble academics did not come to earth from Krypton.

Our academics grew up here on earth and trained at the same medical schools as working physicians in private practice.

Their names are not Kal-el and Jor-el.

In many cases, our noble academics got their asses kicked academically by those physicians who chose to enter private practice.

The noble academic is in no selective possession of reasoning power or critical thinking.

The leader in government and otherwise uninformed novice may think so because the noble academic resides within the walled-off tomb of the Mecca, a complex of steel and glass edifices that reach to the heavens.

The Mecca is a glorious place.

Why God must reside there.

And the physicians who work there must be superior.

Alas, it is not so.

On the contrary, the academic’s thinking is hampered by three principal factors.

First is an arrogance that comes from universal love. The academic is regularly catered to by students and governmental leaders.

This arrogance begets careless thinking.

Second, those academics chose to seclude themselves from the real world. More than many did so in part or in full because they did not like or approve of the world’s messiness.

It is a real truth that some people cannot handle messiness; they need complete order in their lives.

It is fair to say that this is a trait of many academics.

These academics love the purity of numbers, the purity of statistics, the purity of algorithms, the purity of rules.

This is reflected in their research and approach to education.

Generally academics place a premium upon these ideal rules and algorithms and come to value these truths over the world’s messiness.

These academics err when they construct a rule or algorithm and then falsely believe that the rule or algorithm is truth.

They err further when they conduct policy based upon that rule or algorithm.

Third, the academic in our modern world is a government employee. Attendant with being a government employee is a sense of obedience to the hand that feeds you.

This compromises the academic. How many academics will risk going against government orthodoxy when it might jeopardize their career?

Not too many.

If you see many academics obeying the government line with regard to COVID-19, this should not surprise you.

If you see many academics singing the songs of the lockdown and the face mask, this should not surprise you.

The norm in academia is to go along.

To get along you go along.

That’s not the way academia should be; academia is supposed to be an environment where differing ideas can be exchanged freely without recrimination.

This is far from the truth.

One of the truths in academia these days is their definition of herd immunity.

It is orthodoxy actually.

Rabid orthodoxy.

Herd immunity has been defined by the academic as an endpoint in an epidemic, that point at which no infection can be transmitted by virtue of the citizens being immune.

This is a poor definition. It is an ideal definition. It is just the sort of definition that academics love.

This definition is not workable in the real world.

In the real world, right now on 11/12/2020, we are not seeking perfection in defeating the coronavirus. We will take any savings in lives that we can get.

This is what distinguishes the working physician who enters private practice from the physician who resides in academia.

Your physician who works in private practice understands that you have to take a half a loaf of bread in achieving victory.

Your noble academic does not understand that. For him there is total victory or nothing.

This is a non-workable solution to solving the COVID-19 catastrophe.

The rule or definition that the academics have set up for herd immunity is too pure, and too wrong.

A better definition is to define herd immunity as a gradual process that begins when the very first person recovers from COVID-19 and therefore becomes immune.

This would occur early on in the disease, about a week to ten days after the COVID-19 hits our shores.

Embracing this approach gives you hope and gives you a model for saving lives.

Embracing this approach leads the private physician and the leader, who has the courage to follow him, to say, OK, why don’t we try to increase the amount of herd immunity by 10% or 20% to see if we can save lives. How can we accomplish this?

Currently, your noble academic has led your leaders astray into a pit of despair. These purists are saying to the leaders and citizens at-large that herd immunity is impossible and that our only hope is a vaccine.

The working physician is asking why we don’t employ our immune systems to fight the disease while we are developing a vaccine.

The academic’s definition of herd immunity leads you to sequester inside your house until a vaccine is developed.

The working physician’s definition leads you to mingle and congregate as fast as you possibly can while a vaccine is being developed.

The distinction could not possess starker contrast.

Let’s be frank now. The academics and their sycophants have had their say. We have tried their approach. We have sequestered ourselves in our houses, and it has not worked.

It has not worked because their definition is in error.

It’s time to try a new approach.

Americans should not have to pay with their lives because of the noble thinking from academia.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Fixing Stupid

I feel like a broken record. I’ve said the same thing so many times in the past eight months.

I keep hoping somebody will listen.

They say, in our state of Texas, that you can’t fix stupid.

I am almost sure that they have this saying in New Jersey and New York because my sister who used to live in upper New Jersey said that to me once.

Well, somebody forgot to tell the governor of New York and the elites who live in Washington DC.

You can’t fix stupid.

We are now entering the second wave of the coronavirus, and we have a governor of New York who is going to implement the same failed policy that he implemented only seven months ago.

It bears repeating: You can’t fix stupid.

Why would he think that the same solution which failed before would work again?

He reminds me of a man who does a sailor dive into an empty swimming pool, survives, and then comes back to do it again.

Let’s repeat the essential message here: You can’t fix stupid.

I blame myself.

I don’t communicate effectively.

I’ve told the following story before, and I’m going to tell it again.

If you know the governor of New York, please tell him this story.

If a gang of Nazis stormed your local beach, say Brighton Beach, and started killing everyone, what would you do?

Well, of course, the first thing you would do is run for cover to assess the situation.

This seems reasonable.

After assessing the situation, suppose that you noticed that these Nazis, could not kill citizens under 30 years of age. Or, that they were killing them at a much lesser rate.

Further suppose, that these Nazis could not even see very well the citizens under 30 years of age.

What would you then do?

Most people would take note of that and exploit that weakness of the Nazis to their own advantage.

I think it seems safe to say that you would then arm those citizens with guns to go after and kill all the Nazis.

Wouldn’t you?

I think so.

Well, guess what?

In in the case of COVID-19, you can arm every single person who is under the age of 30, with the exception of those who are immunocompromised or those who have chronic medical diseases.

You can do this because everyone of those individuals already contains a weapon which can kill the Nazis, in this case the coronavirus.

What is that weapon?

It is your immune system.

Each one of us has a weapon, a great weapon, to defeat viruses, bacteria, and fungi.

God, or nature, gave us this weapon just as that weapon was given to every single species on the planet.

This is why we are here.

Duh-huh-huh.

Without this weapon we wouldn’t be here and neither would any other species be here.

Our immune systems are the original Louis Pasteur.

In fact, they are smarter than Louis Pasteur, or Pfizer, or Merck, or GSK.

Ditto to Moderna, Dr. Fauci’s favorite sex toy.

These weapons have served us well for hundreds of thousands of years if not more.

Only a stupid man would not take advantage of these weapons.

The governor of New York by not choosing to use this weapon identifies himself as a stupid man.

I feel like crawling over the dinner table to strangle him and say: You are a stupid man, Abel Sunday.

Is the governor stupid?

His actions reveal that he is.

Can we fix stupid?

We don’t have a choice.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley, MD

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Compliance

What will Joe Biden’s elite COVID-19 task force recommend?

This committee screams with phony prestige. It is filled with people who went to so-called elite schools. There are only three people on the committee who went to regular schools that mortals might attend.

So what will this committee come up with?

Pretty much whatever Corporate America wants.

Schools like Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Johns Hopkins are training grounds for the empire.

That is why they exist, to train the officers of Corporate America.

So, whatever results or recommendations they come up with, it will fit in with Corporate America‘s plans for us.

Of course, it will all be backed with data and studies.

Thank God for studies, especially when they work for us.

There are 13 people on the committee, and only 3 of them were trained at regular schools.

The other 10 were trained at Valhalla.

That’s a ratio in favor of the empire of at least 10 to 3.

Why is this a problem?

People who seek out so-called prestigious schools that exist to train the officers of the empire are more likely to buy into the culture that the empire promotes.

Right now that culture believes in lots of face masks, lots of lockdowns, and lots of vaccines.

What does the empire’s culture not believe in?

Right now, that culture is against young and healthy people mingling, and a more pharmaceutical approach to cure.

For sure the culture is 100% opposed to the developing of herd immunity. In fact herd immunity is heresy to Corporate America’s doctrine.

Now, of course, Corporate America does embrace dexamethasone and Remdesivir in fighting COVID-19, but these agents are palliative at best.

How much money is being invested in a pharmaceutical approach to curing COVID-19?

Will the elite committee ask this question?

Will they also ask why countries in Asia are not experiencing high death rates at all? Is there something peculiar in the genetics of Asian people that give them protection against COVID-19?

What protein, if any, do Asian people present that protects them?

Also, why are children not suffering large death rates? What is it that children possess that is lost as one ages?

What protective protein, if any, do children possess that protects them?

Will the elite committee ask these questions?

And how about herd immunity? Will the elite committee cling to the restrictive definition of herd immunity that the academics have set for us in which herd immunity is defined as the point at which no infection can be transmitted?

Or will the committee question that definition and embrace a more workable and liberal definition of herd immunity as a gradual process that begins when the first person with COVID-19 recovers and becomes immune?

Will the elite committee have the guts to go where Corporate America doesn’t want them to go?

Will they think outside the box?

Will they ask why we aren’t exploiting children’s resilience against COVID-19 to our advantage in protecting ourselves from the virus?

Will they question the use of the face mask? Will they have the guts to ask the CDC why they stated that the face mask was useless early on in COVID-19 disease but then changed their mind? Will they have the courage to ask if the face mask increases the chance of contracting COVID-19 or delays overall resolution of the pandemic?

Unlikely.

The members of this committee went to the schools that they attended, chose the schools that they attended in order to advance up the ranks of the empire.

You don’t advance by upsetting the apple cart.

You don’t go to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Johns Hopkins to upend the apple cart.

You go to these schools to run the apple cart.

Being the fly in the ointment doesn’t get you a ticket on Air Force One.

Being the fly in the ointment doesn’t get you invited to a state dinner.

Being the fly in the ointment doesn’t get you a future spot on a corporate board.

What does work is compliance.

And that is what we can expect from Joe Biden’s elite board of COVID-19 experts.

All aboard!

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley, MD

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Happiness and Equality

Once there was an evil king. He was known as the Eagle King. He had a dark soul. All he cared about was power and gold.

He had all the gold in the world, but he wanted more.

He had all the power in the world, but it was not enough.

He wasn’t happy, and it bothered him that his subjects while poor were happy. So he sought out to steal their happiness.

Without that happiness he would die.

The king was a very devious and clever cat.

He operated in the shadows.

One day he hatched a plan.

He consulted his top advisers, nobles, and scientists.

After careful deliberation, he decided to intentionally inflict a pox upon his subjects.

The goal was to create fear in society.

People would naturally panic over the disease, he concluded.

The people will be clamoring for a solution, his advisers told him.

I will provide a solution, said the king. I will call for a general quarantine. I will shut down all businesses in the community, except for mine.

My business will be deemed essential.

When the other businesses shut down, I will pick up the slack by providing those services that were lost.

That will mean more money for you, and us, said his nobles.

They were licking their chops at increased revenues, for they were as greedy as the king.

So they went ahead and implemented their plan.

The people readily embraced it.

Sieg Heil, they screamed.

But there was one voice of dissension.

Who dares to speak against me, said the king.

I, the lowly knave, came the reply.

I don’t think you thought this out properly, said the knave.

Such a plan will ultimately hurt you. The people will figure it out in time and come to hate you. You will win in the short run but not the long run. Plus, you will make more money in taxes if you will only let the people enjoy some of the money.

We will continue to lie, said one of the advisers. And, it’s not their money we’re after, it’s their happiness.

We don’t want them having any, said the king.

But doesn’t that go against our traditions and our values of pursuing life, liberty and happiness, asked the knave.

We are changing the values and the traditions, said one of the advisers. What preceded will be no more.

We will program the people to not seek happiness, said another adviser. If people seek happiness, then inevitably one person will have more than another. This will be unacceptable in the new value system in which equality will be valued.

That’s right, said the king. And to help cement this equality we will have people put hoods over their heads because we don’t want one person to be more beautiful than another. That would entail inequality.

The hood will serve a double purpose, added a noble. Not only will it prevent inequality, it will help prevent transmission of the disease. We want to make sure that we keep the fear going as long as possible. We don’t want people all getting the disease at once because then they will become immune.

We want, added the king, for the people to be exposed to this disease for the rest of their lives.

We want them to live in fear.

Can this be done, asked the knave.

It most certainly can, said one of the scientists.

Because we have put people in quarantine, because we have asked them to wear hoods in the name of equality, we have cut down transmission of the disease. This will make the disease linger at a low level.

If ever we want to bring the number up in order to cause more fear, said another scientist, we will send our infected people into the community to mingle and spread the disease through common objects such as money.

By emphasizing the hood, said the king, we have taken people’s focus off washing their hands. It is the handwashing that is primarily responsible for preventing disease.

Won’t the people figure this out, asked the knave.

No, said the king. We have programmed them over the years to believe that we the royals and nobles are of superior intelligence and power. They will do exactly what we tell them to do.

It works every time, said an advisor. We have been lying for years. By the time they catch on, they are in their 60s and ready to die. The young people are too new to figure things out. The middle-age people are too occupied getting through the day.

Because we have weakened them by stealing much of their wealth they don’t have the strength or inclination to care, laughed one of the nobles.

That all sounds good, said the knave, but you have forgotten one thing.

Speak, said the king.

Without the pursuit of happiness, said the knave, without social interaction, what makes an individual uniquely human will die. Humanity will die. When humanity dies, you will die because you will have no more happiness to steal.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

A Nation at Risk

The lie of American democracy was on never better display than this past week during the presidential election.

Joe Biden won the election amongst charges of vote fraud.

These charges seem credible when you watch Joe Biden, well after Election Day, come back from amazing deficits to win states like Pennsylvania.

Joe Biden at one time was down by as much as 750,000 votes.

What is shocking (or not so shocking) is how effortlessly the American media glossed over the massive cheating that was taking place in Pennsylvania, Michigan and other key battleground states.

It was this if such cheating had never happened.

But it did happen.

Do these people in the media, I asked myself, really believe that the election was legitimate?

Or are they really good actors?

You have people all over the media complaining about being barred from polling locations in multiple states. You had an individual from Michigan speaking about a glitch in the voting software that caused a flip of 6,000 votes.

This software that contained that particular glitch was used in 47 other counties in Michigan. Apparently the same software had been used in 30 other states in the union.

in Michigan alone if you multiply 47 times 6,000, you arrive at 250,000 votes. Those are enough votes to flip an election. That warrants a closer look, not a glossing.

If that same software contains the same glitch in other states, that situation needs to be examined, not glossed over.

Ditto to the complaints that monitors were barred from entering polling locations.

A fraudulent election is a fraudulent election.

To gloss these infractions over is to strengthen a myth that Americans have been subjected to their entire lives, that we are not a banana republic and that our elections are clean, free, and fair.

How can we possibly criticize banana republics for rigging elections when ours are as well.

Well, we can’t.

We can’t because we are a banana republic.

Actually, we’ve been a banana republic officially now since 11/22/63 when John Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas.

In broad daylight.

The media glossed over that event – call it an unofficial election, or de-election – as well while blaming it on a lone gunman.

Sure.

The cover-up of that event exposed the harsh reality of American politics which is that we do not live in a free and open democratic republic in which the people choose their leaders, but a brutal fascist dictatorship in which hidden elements within the political class choose our leaders for us.

That harsh reality has been exposed again despite the media‘s best attempt to cover it up.

We are a nation of lies.

We are nation in denial.

We are a nation at risk.

We cannot survive these lies.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Biden or Bigger Game?

What do the elites really want out of this election?

The election of Joe Biden?

I am not so sure.

I have spoken before that Corporate America controls both candidates, Trump and Biden.

If they do, and they want Biden to be the winner, why not just do it and be done with it?

Why not get it over with?

Why the delay in the vote count?

A delay doesn’t make any sense. A delay only gives the opposition time to mount a response.

If you are Corporate America and you’re rigging the vote for Biden, you want to get those votes in and done by the day after the election.

Case closed.

What’s taking so long?

What’s taking so long is that it might just be that Corporate America has a different agenda for this election.

Maybe Corporate America is shooting for bigger game.

And maybe, just maybe, Corporate America isn’t going to be satisfied with electing Joe Biden as President, especially when there are so many conservatives out there who can resist him.

The election of Joe Biden would be chicken feed to the elites.

That’s right, Archer, I say to myself. Now you’re thinking.

It makes much more sense that Corporate America desires a constitutional crisis when it comes to deciding who will win the election.

It’s just a theory, nothing I can prove.

It’s a hunch.

Suppose there is a crisis, a Constitutional crisis, and then someone puts forth the notion of empaneling a Constitutional Convention to resolve it.

This would be a dangerous undertaking.

In a Constitutional Convention, everything might be on the table despite people’s reassurances that it can’t be.

If everything were on the table, a Constitution that has served us well for over 250 years would be in jeopardy.

In one fell swoop, many of our freedoms and protections could be eliminated.

Gone would be the right of free speech, the right to bear arms, the right of due process, the right to personal protection of our papers from unwarranted search and seizure, and many others.

Would we be willing to take that risk?

I am not.

For that reason, if push comes to shove, it’s better for Trump to leave the presidency peacefully.

The guy was not all that anyway.

I wouldn’t be willing to risk the Constitution to save his ass.

Forget about the election fraud.

Yes, fraud was committed.

In my mind undoubtedly.

But who enable the fraud!

None other than Donald Trump.

Ultimately, he bears responsibility for the fiasco that our 2020 election has become.

A good leader spots problems before they begin.

A good leader prevents problems.

As President, he should have placed this problem that mail-in voting presents first on the agenda and then convened an informal commission to set firm rules on the voting.

Donald Trump failed.

Or he was told to fail.

Either way is an indictment of him and his presidency.

Kick the bum out.

And be quick about it.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Jokes or Results

Just tonight Laura Ingram talked about the fun factor in voting for Trump.

She stated that people were ready to have fun again and that Donald Trump was a fun candidate.

I never looked at the presidency that way.

But I suppose she’s right. Trump will give us a lot of fun.

So if he’s elected, and you voted for him, you’re going to get a lot of fun.

It will be four years of zingers, insults, one-liners.

It will be a grand old time.

There will be lots of yucks.

How about a boring candidate though. How about somebody who doesn’t tell jokes?

How about somebody who doesn’t insult people?

How about a person who calmly works behind the scenes to produce substantive policy that will make your life better.

Isn’t it the job of the president to do just that?

Can you have both?

Can you have a president who tells jokes and delivers substantive policy?

Can you have your cake and eat it too?

I’ve never seen it.

Generally substance plus style equals unity.

The more time you spend on style, the less time you have for substance, and visa versa.

Trump is flashy and funny but does he produce results.

I’m not seeing it.

I don’t see one major piece of substantive legislation that he has put forth on the domestic or the foreign front.

Where was the comprehensive reform in healthcare to give us a decentralized competitive market place geared toward providing affordable healthcare to all?

Nowhere.

Where was the intelligent reform in our foreign policy to transform America from an international bully to a constructive partner with nations in Africa and Asia?

Nowhere.

Where was the bold initiative to confront the growing power of Palo Alto and its increasing threat upon our First Amendment rights?

Nowhere.

Where was the initiative to confront Corporate America’s runaway greed machine, a machine that outsourced jobs from the black community, a machine that uses young black men as raw material for its corporate prison factory?

Nowhere.

Where was the push environmentally to move us away from nuclear power and plastic? The tragedy at Fukushima should have prompted such. The Sargasso Sea of trash in the Pacific ocean should have prompted such. There are new technologies out there that needed a push from the man in charge. So where was Trump?

Nowhere.

Donald Trump was too busy holding political rallies where he can tell jokes.

I don’t want a comedian.

I want a very boring person who doesn’t tell any jokes.

I don’t want fun.

I want results.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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