(BloodyRubbish) I’ve seen many conspiracy theories on the internet; I’ve watched the videos, I’ve even read the books. I always took many of the theories with a grain of salt.
I still remember the first book I purchased, titled Behold a Pale Horse, by Milton William Cooper. I had heard people talk about how eye opening it was and I wanted in. I was told that if I ever purchased a copy of my own, to make sure I used cash because people apparently believed that if you used a credit card that there was a real possibility you could be added to a ‘secret list’.
I still remember buying my copy with cash (just to be on the safe side). I wasn’t convinced that I would have been put on a secret list if I had used a credit card, but I liked the suspense and it’s smart to tread lightly when you’re going into unknown territory.
I was purchasing the book not with the belief that I would find answers, but with the thought that I would have an entertaining read. I still remember walking out of the bookstore, feeling like I had purchased secret documents. The excitement was worth the price of the book alone; I tied the plastic bag it was in onto my handlebars and rode my bike 5 miles to get back to my house. I was a young teen and wasn’t old enough to drive yet.
I knew in the back of my mind that the contents of the book were most likely just for entertainment value, written by someone who’d probably had most of what he talked about debunked. But, I didn’t care. I was genuinely interested in what the man had to say. If it was real, by some miracle, I wanted to know what was being kept from the public. If it wasn’t real, I hoped to at least be entertained while learning about some factual subjects; even the Da Vinci Code blended some historical facts with fiction.
I was chasing knowledge, and I knew that some of the content would probably be fake, but, if I found something interesting, I knew that I would dig deeper through other sources to find out more on whatever it was that interested me.
It’s this questioning that I’ve always enjoyed, and I think too many people in my millennial generation cannot learn properly because they don’t have it in them to question or learn on their own. There aren’t enough people pulling all-nighters on Wikipedia (even though it’s not the best source), clicking from one related subject to the next. Information is like a drug, it becomes addictive.
As I got older the subject matter that interested me evolved into economics, starting with the life changing book Capitalism and Freedom by Nobel Prize recipient Milton Friedman. From there I dove deep into the Chicago school of economics and then found it was a pedigree of the Austrian school of economics.
While many people were partying, I was in my room reading, spending what little money I had on used books. It was my addiction to knowledge that lead me from fringe subjects to scholarly writings. The shocking thing is that eventually, I would be lead back to the fringe material because I had a knowledge of the scholarly subjects. For the first time in my life I began putting fiction books into the mix (written with political messages), by way of Ayn Rand. I think I’ve read every book by the founder of Objectivism.
I still fondly remember my experience purchasing my first conspiracy book, Behold a Pale Horse, because as an adult I can now appreciate what kind of kid I was. I was a searcher for truth, and I wouldn’t accept everything I was told. I would do as much research as possible, from many different sources, and make up my own mind. Just the act of thinking for yourself and not accepting answers unless you’re 100% convinced is a revolution in today’s world.
I went through a liberal New England school system that never taught me anything I was interested in. If I wasn’t interested in learning, I don’t think I would have ever been awakened to the various happenings that go unnoticed by mainstream America. This is a problem, because I think its pure luck that I ended up on the path I have been on for all these years — seeking out truth.
I think the trait I had that others didn’t was the ability to question everything. I’m not alone in having this trait, there are countless others across the nation who are awakened and seek truth, but to say it’s a common trait would be a complete lie.
Children are taught in school to do as they’re told. I have been in drastically different school systems throughout my education and have seen the differences in a standard education and a great education. The standard education teaches you to take orders; the great education teaches you problem solving using your own mind. The great education was reserved for the wealthy, but wealthy kids wanted no part of learning — they had all the newest video games when they were young, and eventually the fastest cars as they got older.
Maybe my eyes were opened because I went from being told what to do in one system, to being treated like someone who was a giver of orders after moving to a wealthy town as a young teen. I didn’t have the video games or the fast cars to distract me. I was a poor kid in a rich town.
My problem with the countless “unawakened” people around me was that they would always go with the status quo. Nobody would ever question anything. Eventually, I would see everyone deny the truth — something I still witness on a daily basis. It still boggles my mind that people can deny the truth when it’s right in front of their face, even if they see something with their own eyes.
I earned my college degrees, I have expert knowledge in many subjects, yet many people still will write off everything I (or others) say if it’s in disagreement with the mainstream. I liken it to fake scientist Bill Nye and global warming. Bill Nye, an engineer with a bachelor’s degree, gives millions of people false information about science. They believe him over actual scientists, just because he’s accepted by the mainstream. We live in a nation of sheeple.
Election of Donald Trump
The election of Donald Trump was born from an awakening that things weren’t as they seemed. The government, corrupt for decades, finally started having people question how things were being run because their lives began to get increasingly terrible.
The terrorism, wars, cover-ups, joblessness, exploding bubbles and far-left turn the country took was bad enough to even jolt someone without a pulse — and it did. It breathed life back into zombies. Things weren’t being done by our government with the people’s interests in mind. The country had transformed into something that didn’t even look like America anymore. We had to get someone honest in the White House; Republicans and Democrats were owned by the same handlers. We had to put Donald Trump — a man who wouldn’t answer to anyone but the people — in the White House.
Since Trump entered the White House there have been countless holdovers from Obama who have plotted against him. These individuals have been leaks to the corrupt press, which is the propaganda wing for Democratic Party. 90% of the media is owned by only 6 corporations, it’s not a conspiracy, it’s just reality. For comparison, there were over 50 companies with this share in 1980. Democrats and Republicans are working overtime to try to destroy the President, they after all have promises to special interests they must live up to.
The most powerful means of getting information — the internet — is run by liberals who deem real news as fake news, and fake news as real news. Even Facebook, the most widely used website on the planet, is going to begin rolling out liberal “fact checkers” that are going to work overtime to wrongfully discredit real news. Twitter, a service whose monthly traffic is nearing the 3 billion mark, has begun censoring and banning those with opposing viewpoints to the extreme leftist ideologies being pushed down everyone’s throats.
The billionaire millennials who own these companies are victims of the same liberal schooling that destroyed the minds of other members of their generation. They all hate Trump, and are for big government — which is as much an enemy of the people as big business has become.
Now we are finding that it isn’t even the Trump administration we have to keep in line, it’s the deep state. They are at war with an honest President, and he is in turn at war with them.
As reported by Infowars,
“Really, it’s been around since 1947: the deep state – the part of the government that never charges, regardless of which party controls Congress and which party is in the White House,” he explained. “There are many, many aspects of the deep state; we’re talking about the intelligence community deep state – people in the intelligence community that have access to so much information about everyone.”
“They can manipulate the President of the United States, and if they don’t like what he says, they can embarrass him, and if they want to control his thought patterns and decision making, they’ll keep information away from him.”
“Donald Trump has fallen victim to that, and he knows it, and he knows he has to stop it,” he concluded.
Napolitano asserted that Trump’s call for a congressional investigation into possible wiretapping and illegal surveillance of his campaign headquarters at Trump Tower is a nightmare for the deep state and their enablers in the federal government.
“[It is] the last thing his enemies in the intelligence community want, because if the American public learns that they have access to everything we type and everything we say, they will be repulsed by the power that this deep state group has that Congress gave them – they didn’t create this on their own,” he said. “Congress enacted three pieces of legislation, which, with perverse interpretations of this legislation before a secret court, let’s them gather everything we say in real-time.”
With the recent release of CIA documents by Wikileaks, the exploits of the deep state continue to be brought to light. The only way to save our country is to destroy the deep states, which exists as an enemy of the America people. They have been working overtime to get rid of the President because he went to Washington to right wrongs, and they are a major problem with what is wrong in our country. Their unchecked power has grown to unbelievable levels; the American people are not safe as long as they exist.
It appears many of the “conspiracy theories” I read in my youth for entertainment purposes are turning out to be true. How much more will we learn? Will President Trump be able to protect himself from the CIA — a group that secretly assassinates people? Is Barack Obama returning to politics to cause a civil war, for the benefit of his shadow government and the deep state? If a war does happen, how does the deep state plan on maintaining their power afterwards? These are all valid, reputable questions for a country gone insane.
Article by Robert Willis, like his page on facebook
Robert Willis is the original punk right-wing millennial, and founder of the PunkRight Movement. You can read his blog at BloodyRubbish.com, like him on facebook or follow him on twitter @debateless