Let's Look at a Worst Case Scenario - 'Black Pill' Edition

"First they came for..."

I want to fight. I want to be positive. But every once in a while I swallow the dreaded “Black Pill” (the belief that all is lost and there’s really no sense in moving on). What I’m about to write may sound as if I have swallowed the whole bottle, but I need to present a commentary on what I’ve been seeing for the past 10 months, and especially the last eight days.

The terms “insurrection,” “sedition,” and “treason” are being shouted by politicians and the corporate press (CP) like a 4-year-old the first time they discover the “F-word.” And their main target has been Donald Trump. If those terms were being associated with just the president, it would have most likely elicited a response from me. However, that’s not the point of this missive. Although the House voted to impeach Trump, the CP, and certain politicians, are not stopping at punishing only him, they are attempting to connect Trump’s most ardent supporters with voting for, and supporting, one they claim is guilty of treason. The way I interpret this is, the CP is saying voters and Trump factions have given “support” to an enemy of the State in order to punish them as well. The CP is asking regular people to identify anyone they can who was at, in or near the Capitol on 1/6/2021 and the arrests have started. Why would this concern me?

Domestic and international banks Donald Trump has done business with for many years have severed ties with him. This to me is incredible. Who cuts ties with a billionaire? If banks are willing to separate from someone of Trump’s stature, do you think they would give a second thought to cutting you loose? Former Red Sox pitcher, Curt Schilling, announced on Twitter that AIG canceled an insurance policy he had with the company. Why? Schilling claims it is because he is an ardent Trump supporter. I found a comment under Schilling’s Tweet that I believe highlights the message I am trying to convey here.

I agree with the late Andrew Breitbart that politics is downstream from culture, but I also believe the public mimics what they hear the CP and politicians saying. Take note of the phrase “spreading disinformation” and that “there is finally a price” for it. If this is the attitude of some rando in public to a popular figure, what do you think their attitude toward you will be?

Here’s one more from the communist playbook. PBS lawyer, Michael Beller, was caught on video by a Project Veritas undercover reporter saying that Trump is “close to Hitler,” and “Even if Biden wins, we go for all the Republican voters and Homeland Security will take their children away… What do you think about that?...and we'll put them in re-education camps.” Is this hyperbole on his part? Maybe. Does it echo things we hear in the CP and from politicians? I would say so.

So, if this is all about people who support Trump, and most of the people reading this (I assume) aren’t his biggest fans, what does this have to do with us? Well, on a daily basis I talk about destroying the State. I talk about how the secret ballot is a recipe for fraud. I talk about politicians being criminals and murderers. I don’t suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome so that causes me to speak out in his defense. I have whole episodes where I do just that. If the powers that be are coming for people who voted and advocated for Trump because they claim he is guilty of treason and calling for insurrection, when will they come for you or me? What’s stopping them from coming for most of us that are far more radical than the average Trump supporter? Bank accounts are being cut off (although this has been happening for years). Insurance policies canceled. Relatives encouraged to turn in their family. Can you see why I may be worried? Can you see why the “Black Pill” is so easy to swallow?