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Worldwide Wrestling Political Puppetry

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Image result for puppet politicsAs the late great comedian Bill Hicks (1961 –  1994, died young of fast growing cancer, another coincidence?) once said:

How far up your ass does the government need to be before you realize, “Hey, I’m getting fucked here.”

Also, “I like the puppet on the left.”

“I like the puppet on the right.”

“Wait, there’s one guy holding both puppets.”

“Shhh! Go back to bed America, your government is in control!”

Jesse Ventura sets the stage.

Politics at the higher levels is like Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment. WWE politics is Hollywood for ugly people. It’s global political theater as well. It’s a worldwide psychopath network using political theater so they can retain control over humanity.

  • Neither side will audit the Federal Reserve

  • Neither side will check corrupt plutocratic money in faux democracy politics

  • Neither side will disband the NSA et al for illegal wiretapping and police-state surveillance

  • Neither side will allow banks to fail in another crisis, or even blame the banks

  • Neither side will end private for-profit prisons

  • Neither side will regulate industrial-scale poisoning of food and water

  • Neither side even gives lip service to the opioid epidemic 

  • Neither side will speak against three-letter agencies

  • Neither side will investigate and bust pedogate

  • Neither side will check Internet censorship

  • Neither side will check faux media monopolies

  • Neither side will give up federal powers or give more power to the states

  • Neither side will stop wars for Israel in the Middle East

Tell me again how the left and right are different? No, this is a dark state defacto Crime Syndicate.

Joe Sixpack weighs in on WWE left-right dialectic two-party politics in the following video, “Its still real to me, Damnit!”

14 Comments on Worldwide Wrestling Political Puppetry

  1. I do read your articles on a somewhat regular basis.
    This was a particularly good one. Especially the “Neither side ” list.

    Here’s my modified list that underlies why I no longer live inside my country of birth, why I have as little to do with the U.S. (and it’s peoples) as possible, and why if the U.S. got nuked into a glass parking lot tomorrow I wouldn’t shed a tear.:

    Neither side will check corrupt plutocratic money in faux democracy politics

    Neither side will give up federal powers or give more power to the states

    Neither side will curb the MIC influence and the insane amount the U.S. spends on it’s Military each year

    Neither side will curb U.S. foreign hegemony/meddling or attempts to police the world (for benefit of U.S.? plutocracy)

    Neither side will curb illegal immigration, illegal’s anchor babies, tax dollars going to illegals
    nor will they enforce mandatory use of e-verify for employment vetting or curb H1B undercutting of U.S. workers wages

    Neither side will stop using debt to fund everyday government operations (i.e adjust spending to match income)

    Neither side will audit the privately owned Federal Reserve or question its existence, it’s monopoly control of U.S. money & credit, nor demand full disclosure of its dealings & pledges to the BIS. Nor will they question the BIS existence itself

    Neither side will allow banks to fail in another crisis, or even blame the banks, or allow Wall street to seriously tank

    Neither side will disband the NSA,CIA et al for illegal wiretapping and police-state surveillance, meddling foreign operations, withholding full disclosure to legislative/executive branches

    Neither side will take on health care/Insurance/Pharma cartels or enforce existing anti-trust laws against them

    Neither side will speak against three-letter agencies (FBI DOJ ATF DEA EPA IRS etc)

    Neither side will check Internet censorship

    Neither side will check faux media monopolies

    Neither side will stop wars for Israel in the Middle East or the U.S. government’s subservience to Jewish big money buying U.S. government policy both internally and abroad

    Neither side will regulate industrial-scale poisoning of food and water

  2. Although I agree with the sentiment, I am weary of Bill Hicks. He did say many things I agree with, but he also had a lot of issues, particular his promotion of drugs. Something very pied-piperesque about a guy who pulls the curtain back a bit on things like JFK & the rigged political system and then says the solution is to take mushrooms and acid and realize “We’re all one” per the advice of drug shill and probable agent Terrence McKenna (who he has quoted in his act).

    This along with the pro-abortion, pro-pornography, anti-Christian views and especially how he called himself the Prince of Darkness really make me think there was something fishy about him. Also, these pictures.

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/10/87/ab/1087ab7879553b7b15d01f7dac8b0626.jpg

    https://i.pinimg.com/236x/d3/f1/2a/d3f12a2ae22705fe949c5599ff4fe6a1–bill-hicks-bill-obrien.jpg

    Perhaps he’s just saying he likes rock n roll, just like the heir to his throne as “truth seeker” comedian, Joe Rogan, pictured here with Anton LaVey’s son, Stanton Zaharoff LaVey, at his Satanic wedding that he attended.

    https://i.redd.it/6pef9f4aiht11.jpg

    Nice shirt, Joe.

    Final verdict: I believe Hicks, like Rogan, was a limited hangout designed to lead people a little further down the path to truth, but detour them into navel-gazing drug land, rendering them ineffective and clouding their minds, making the truth harder to discern.

    • By the way, I am not attacking Hicks as someone who never liked him. He was a huge influence on my life when I was younger. I took a lot of what he said to heart and tried the “psychedelics as enlightenment” path. It’s just now that I look back and especially in light of the research that guys like Jan Irvin have done on the history of so-called “psychedelics” and what Dave McGowan uncovered on the fake manufactured heroes of the hippie movement, the red flags begin to become apparent in my mind. The playbook worked the first time, so they’d be stupid not to re-use it on future generations.

      • As I’ve done this for awhile now I’ve come to realize almost everybody is flawed that I like to some degree. I got into a shitstorm with Renegade and Kyle Hunt for favoring Red Ice and a sympathetic piece I wrote on Anthony Bourdian, who I believe was suicided. The same was true with gotchas on people who were fooled on board the faux Trumptard train. I am moving on from that, as we don’t need that kind of purity spiraling.

        Any more I take what’s offered if it supports my larger points, and Bill Hicks has some true classics. Just tune out the libertine aspects of the Bourdians, Carlins and Hicks of the world and take the nuggets if they are there. If we purity spiral too much we will end up with a miniscule universe and tiny little echo chamber to work from. My ultimate mission is to wake up at the margin the psyche of the pyjama people. Those people will ALWAYS love Bill Hicks-and as far as I’m concerned that’s just fine.

        • Point taken. In the end, the most important thing is truth, not so much who says it and he did shed some light on things I wouldn’t have thought about when I was younger (Waco, JFK, the media as fear porn, etc.) in an accesible format. We are all imperfect vessels so anyone could be picked apart when put underneath a microscope, so not trying to throw out the baby with the bath water.

          Although then again, I could say the same about Alex Jones. He has good info at times but I would just advise people to be careful with these media figures.

          Rogan is actually more worrisome IMO. He’s been a golden-boy in the media for a while and seems like he is set up to give people the impression that they’re getting into deeper topics, when a lot of it is rehashing little kid conspiracies like aliens and bigfoot or telling people to get high in a flotation tank to solve their problems. Interesting that he never gets into the cryptocracy when he was even on a TV show that made light of it.

          http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/fiction/images/news_radio.html

          Anyway, didn’t mean to sound overly critical. Just sharing some perspectice as someone who basically idolized the guy when I was a kid. Merry Christmas, Russ. Keep up the good work.

          • Understand totally about Alex Jones and Rogan. I am equally critical- it is true that sometimes we need to make the call. Bill Hicks on the otherhand is deceased and a closed chapter. I sort think he was taken out as part of the pre-9/11 purge operation. He was the type to call out 9/11 IMO.

  3. Busting the matrix begins by looking at what they don’t say and don’t do. Any PT Barnum can promise snake oil and snake oil is all they promise. If an honest man were to arise in the swamp he would quickly be dispatched. Merry Christmas and thanks for all you do.

  4. As apt as the analogy of the fake ‘Worldwide Wrestling’ is – which by the way, is shown Europe too, with European announcers calling the ‘action’ in local languages –

    There is yet a theme, which TNN sometimes shares, that there are ‘white hats’ out there doing some radical good despite the generality of fake opposition … here’s a factoid some opine is along these lines

    In the news a few days ago there was a story of a mysterious aircraft crash, ‘no one surviving’, 4 dead, ‘aeroplane & helicopter colliding’, right over the Rothschild family’s Waddesdon Manor castle estate near Upper Winchendon UK

    Some speculate this is a ‘signal’ to the Rothschilds from other powers combating the evil doings of the world’s wealthiest family

  5. People’s jaws drop when I expose to them that the EPA exists solely to collect money to ALLOW dirty corporations to pollute water, air and land. The general state and federal model for environmental permitting is, fill out X form, pay Y money and go out and pollute and dump in the river. Private land owner on the river? Company buried toxic waster on your land? Get stifled through the easily bought US Just-Us system and get no compensation for your loss. I’m in favor of hard core private property rights where companies don’t get the privilege of state protection and can be sued into oblivion or worse measures taken to protect the quality of your own land. Think about air pollution, mega corp gets a permit to pollute on your side of town. If we had true private property rights and not Uncle Sam Oligarch rights, all pollution would have to be self contained and captured (it is now and has been for many decades) where you are responsible for your own waste disposal. EPA will never be abolished because it protects corporations too much and those corporations get away with bribes to so and so wildlife foundation fund to grease the skids. Shameful. On top of that the US government is the largest polluting organization in the world. Do you think military trucks and equipment have the asinine CAFE standards we poor folk have to put up with? What about munitions waste? Rocket fuel waste left out in the Texas prairie? Nuclear waste?

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