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The Media as a Distraction (May 5th, 2023)

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Happy Cinco de Mayo, which commemorates the defeat of the French by the Mexicans at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. It is a big deal because in the 80s beer companies began to leverage Cinco de Mayo in marketing campaigns and it blew up.

Tomorrow King Charles III will be coronated, wearing his $57 million crown, which I have seen in person. It will be the first coronation in most of our lifetimes.

Also, tomorrow is the 149th running of the Kentucky Derby, the biggest day of the year for fancy hats, mint juleps, and old fashions made with Woodford Reserve.

Why am I saying all this? To distract you, of course. The same way the corporate media does. To focus you on fun things that don't matter and distract you from things that do. Take this week for example...

Armed drones flew over the Kremlin and dropped ordinance. Were they launched by the same actors that blew up Nordstream 2? Did the media ask?

4 members of the Proud Boys were found guilty of seditious conspiracy, which matters because sedition may be the one thing that can stop Trump from running for the presidency. Did the media tell you that and how the pieces fit together in the democrat strategy against Trump?

Secretary of State Blinken organized the false letter from 51 former intel officials about the Biden laptop in 2020, which is election interference and impeachable. Is the media pressing him to fess up and resign?

The US Navy now has a drag queen as its recruiting ambassador. The small number of media that actually covered it celebrated it, so did our enemies.

The Fed raised rates again, further jeopardizing all but the biggest banks and money managers, who instead of being damaged by the inverted yield curve and deposit outflow contagion are actually profiting on it by lending money back to the fed at a guaranteed return of 5.25%, which is known as reverse repos, all courtesy of we the taxpayers. The media kind of skipped over that one, didn't they?

Our media has special rights to be a watchdog, not a lapdog. As George Carlin said, they want us just smart enough to be good workers and run the machines, but dumb enough to not question them. With freedom comes responsibility, so vote with your feet, eyes, ears, and clicks for the truth tellers like the American Adversaries and shun the propagandists who want to give your freedom to global statists like Klaus Schwab, while distracting you with bread and circuses. Be educated, enlightened, informed, engaged, and most of all THINK! Our precious freedoms and future depend on it. 

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