The Purge is real

During the Obama administration the national defense authorization act (NDAA) had several points added that made people question the legitimacy of the act. The initial intent of the annual signing was to fund the military but somewhere along the way it became a way of passing laws without congress or voters’ input. Some of the things added included: legalizing propaganda to be used on the American people, the indefinite detention of American citizens, and detaining journalist. There have been lawsuits over the years finding the NDAA to be unconstitutional, violating the 1st and 5th amendment. One does not have to look far to see how the NDAA has been abused. Obama was questioned as he was signing the bill about the indefinite detention of American citizens he said “Yes I’m signing it, but it doesn’t mean it will ever be used.”

It was only a few days ago that I received an email stating that I had received my first strike on YouTube for violating their policies about “medical misinformation.”  I had quoted other channels, who happen to be experts in the field, and discussed how Fauci, the savior of the world, had killed millions of gay people over the decades by not funding studies into drugs that could help the treatment of AIDS. Instead, Fauci pushed for the production of an AIDS vaccine and I’m so glad that it was created (to this day there has been no success in the creation of an AIDS vaccine). I also used the word Hydroxychloroquine as an example of something that the medical community refused to look into because Trump had mentioned it as a possible treatment. This was disavowed without research. The YouTube policy of never saying the word is on par with punishing a three-year-old for using the “F” word even though they hear it all the time. That same morning, on my drive to work, I was listening to the morning radio show with Michael Patrick Shields and he started to discuss Governor Whitmer and her dinner party that broke Covid restrictions. A man filed charges against the governor so that she would receive the $500 fine that she deserves, and as the evidence was discussed the radio cut out. The rest of the segment did not air.

How far does this go? A few days ago, the Darkhorse podcast received a strike on their channel for talking about Ivermectin as a prophylactic drug in preventing contracting Covid-19. Both hosts, the husband-and-wife team, stated their credentials at the beginning of the show and read the studies on this particular drug. They gave the background on how the studies had been conducted in places like Africa but ignored here. The federal government went to different pharmaceutical companies asking if there were any drugs that might treat Covid-19, after stating they had hundreds of millions of dollars to pay for the development of one. The answer was a solid “no” and the money was handed over with no questions asked.  

Steven Crowder is back after being kicked off YouTube for two weeks. His crime, questioning the CDC guidelines on wearing mask, back when they said it was not safe or preventative to do so. The other time he contradicted the CDC was when he suggested that the virus may have come from the Wuhan Lab, which they now state to be a possibility, and Dr Fauci had a hand in making that happen, and the federal government paid for the research, after it was banned in the US by the Obama administration. But Crowder is the bad guy here.

In the last couple of weeks, we have seen a reversal of official story and policy coming from the government and big tech. now the government says that it is plausible that Covid-19 came from a lab and was man made. Facebook stated recently that they will no longer ban comments about Covid coming from a lab. After all of this, the accounts frozen or channels shut down, now they say that the people who had been saying this for over a year are right, but there is no apology. Channels are not brought back, Facebook accounts are not reinstated, while the companies move on like nothing happened and will not be held accountable for their actions. If there is anything that we have learned here it’s that the federal government doesn’t know what is going on, even now I don’t know what to believe on the lab leak because they were wrong before. Isn’t it funny that the same day 9-11 happened we knew right away that it was Osama Bin Laden but we can’t figure out where a virus came from? I wouldn’t be surprised if there is a long list of lawsuits after this. To have an account shut down for saying something you think could/ might be true is libel. The company is making a false statement about the person they are accusing and for them to come out over a year later and say that they are wrong and change their policy is proof of their false statement about others. If they are a publisher, as they claim to be, they can be held accountable for libel.

The purge is real. The shut down of the first amendment through private corporations is real. The so-called conspiracy theories that people have been discussing over the last year are real. Funny how the same people who claim to keep us safe are the first to hurt us.

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From the Cabin

2-2-2021 Vol 1 Issue 7

Politics: 5000 troops will remain permanently in DC for the foreseeable future. A wall remains around the Capital Building with check points at intersections around the area.

Next week the first impeachment for a former president will start creating a new precedent for charging former presidents for alleged crimes. If this goes through here is the list of crimes our former presidents could be charged with who are still alive.

Barak Obama: The assassination of US citizens without trying to apprehend them or giving them due process. Drone strikes violating international law. Prosecution of reporters in violation of the First Amendment. Illegal surveillance of a political opponent.

George W. Bush: Illegal invasion of a foreign country under false evidence of international crimes. Death of 2 million Iraqis.

William Jefferson Clinton: Illegal sex with a Minor.

Economics: After the Reddit hedge fund attack a new series of article is being published pushing the idea that Reddit investors are buying up silver. A news story posted on YouTube by RT even sold the idea that Silver is the next boom. While these stories have been proven to be false the media still tries to sell them as verified facts. If you go to reddit the top thread is Do Not Buy Silver! Citadel, the company at the forefront of the hedge fund shorting scandal, owns a large percentage of silver stocks. The media’s push for people to buy silver and paper stocks is to cut the losses of the hedge fund that is losing money on their bet. This goes to show that not only is the game rigged but there are people in power who will try to use the media to change the game to their favor.

Gold: $1,838.30 troy ounce

Silver: $26.60 troy ounce

Platinum: $1,102.50 troy ounce

Copper: $3.54 pound

Bitcoin: $34,863.80

US National Debt: $27,864,127,000,000

Debt per citizen: $84,152

Self-defense: HR 127 is gaining some press now appearing on several YouTube channels and being talked about on the Tim Pool podcast. Odds are favorable that the gun bill brought to Congress by a Texas House Rep will not pass but it is 2021 and nobody can guess as to what might happen next.

The bill includes such extreme laws as a gun registration, licensing to own a firearm, psychological evaluations, a ban on military style weapons, a ban on .50 caliber rifles, and a license to own a historical firearm whether it works or not. Copies of this bill can be found at:

https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/127/text

if you desire to make personalized toilet paper.

Editorial: The Great Reset book review is under way. More installments will come out as I plow through this drivel.

The editing for my next book is coming to a close and should be available soon. Grey Nation will be available through Amazon and I will post when it goes on sale.

Special thanks to everyone who bought The Bangor Shuffle and continue to follow my work over the years. There is still some excitement when I see that a copy has sold.

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