Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Could the US pass a physical?

"One of the differences between people and dogs,” according to Senator John Kennedy, “is that dogs would never allow the weakest or the dumbest to lead the pack.”

In the case of leader Joe Biden those qualities are exactly what his handlers want. 

There are many Americans who see Biden and his party as simply the latest installment of a pro-American government, even if they don’t particularly like it.  Nothing wrong here.  America is just taking a few different turns.  FDR did it with the New Deal, JFK had his New Frontier.  The Woke program is much the same. Turn America upside down — for its own good.  Ignore the yahoos who slam it.

In medicine there are standards of good health.  If all the measures check out, all’s well.  Can we do the same with government?  

Let’s start at the top.  Does the current resident of the White House inspire confidence?  Answer: No, not even among his own party.  The FJB chant at college football games suggests younger people are not sold on the “liberal new order,” either.  

How about the second in command should the president die or have been declared unfit for the job?  Would she be a strong leader?  Answer: No.  Who among us, regardless of political persuasion, would cast a vote for her competence to lead a superpower?  For reminders, see here and here

How about the economy?  Is it at least holding steady?  Is the outlook encouraging?  Are we producing products and services people want to buy and have the means to do the buying?  Answer: No.  We’re headed for the worst disaster in American history.  See here and here.

In connection with the preceding, how does the US dollar look?  Keep in mind the “dollar” is a fiat instrument exclusively produced by a government-supported cartel, the Federal Reserve.  Do the best and the brightest at the Fed issue new dollars according to validated economic principles? Answer: Of course not.  The Fed exists for two purposes — to buy government debt and ensure the solvency of the major banks.  Its alleged purpose, on which it has failed spectacularly and could only fail spectacularly, is to ensure price stability and keep the economy from falling into depression.  The Fed is even worse than the IRS because most people have no idea what it does.  (See here.)

And what it has done and continues doing is steal purchasing power from the holders of dollars, and by discouraging real savings turned the capital markets into a crapshoot. A warmongering government couldn’t get along without it.

Has the US worked to promote peace among nations and within its own borders?  Answer: Hell no.   The proxy war in Ukraine, like all wars, is murderous and costly, and threatens to become a nuclear apocalypse.  US warmongers are calling for the Putin regime’s destruction even if it means launching nuclear-armed ICBMs.  Do they know Russia has new ICBMs, the R-28 SARMAT aka Satan II, that can elude US missile defense systems and wipe out major cities in North America?  Are they seeking to validate a popular hypothesis of the Fermi paradox, that intelligent life tends to destroy itself through stupidity?  Have their evil intentions evolved into full-blown insanity?  See Col. Doug MacGregor’s comments here.  See Saagar’s Breaking Points here.

And with the recent sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines, US leaders have moved us even closer to a nuclear nightmare.

Every country has military recruiting ads not only to get young people to sign up but to put on a show for the rest of the world to see. China and Russia run ads showing the strength of their fighting forces — who would want to mess with them?  And the US?  View it and weep.

The causes of street crime are many and in addition to a soft-on-selective-criminals approach (here, here, and here) likely include the influence of a government at war with its population.  States are fundamentally exploiters of the people they rule.  Inasmuch as a state acquires its revenue through threat of violence, it thereby defines itself as an exploiter.  

But in the US there was once no income tax, no federal reserve, no wars, gently declining prices, and the greatest era of prosperity ever achieved: The latter part of the 19th century.  Judging by that standard what do we have today? 

Today, capping over a century of government meddling, we have Biden’s Orwellian Inflation Reduction Act that flatly won’t reduce inflation while releasing an additional 75,000 armed and trained IRS agents on middle-income Americans.  Just guessing at their logic: more tax revenue means less debt means less printing means less inflation.  And as a bonus, more agents means more jobs.

None of this comports with reality, of course, since inflation keeps the house of cards standing, and despite its recent rate hikes the Fed will print, print, print until the economy implodes, at which point those new IRS agents will join the National Guard trying to control the streets.  The government gets what it wants with force, why are we surprised when everyday people do the same?

Political fitness doesn’t include weaponizing government agencies, since in theory we are supposed to be a country of laws bound by the Constitution.  But theory be damned: It’s Republican hunting season.  As Senator Kennedy quipped about the raid at Mar-a-Lago, “The FBI and the Department of Justice are going to give Trump a fair and impartial firing squad.”  See here, here, here, and here.

To be in good health means respecting the Bill of Rights, particularly the First and Second Amendments.  Under the current regime First Amendment rights don’t include spreading misinformation, which on inspection turns out to be anything that conflicts with the regime’s pronouncements, the most egregious of which is the vaccines are safe and effective (here, here, here, here, here, here, and here).  

Of course, the Second Amendment simply has to go.  We can’t have civilized people pulling their guns on government agents raiding their homes or stopping them at fast food joints

All these political ailments and many more (border disaster, war on unvaccinated, climate change tyranny; also see here and here.) come together in one carefully crafted plan that features a one-world government and a population significantly reduced through pandemic restrictions and treatments (including suppressed treatments).  

This is clearly a conspiracy, and it’s all theirs (and see here).   

As Lara Logan explained, “It's not just America's sovereignty that's on the chopping block, it's sovereignty all over the world . . . This is the country that has to fall first in order for the other countries to fall.” (My emphasis; also see this.)

Government is promoting every possible anti-life policy it can get away with.  We are a long way from good health.

Yet, there are good reasons for optimism.  Remember, “A man doesn’t lose when he gets knocked down but when he don’t get up.” (Mel Gibson, Father Stu).  

Here’s someone who never got knocked down, a brave young girl, Fiona LaShalls, who looked them straight in the eye and told them straight where to go.  

George Ford Smith is a former mainframe and PC programmer and technology instructor, the author of eight books including a novel about a renegade Fed chairman (Flight of the Barbarous Relic), a filmmaker (Do Not Consent), and an advocate of stateless market government.  He eagerly welcomes speaking engagements and can be reached at 

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