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I made a meme this morning. I actually dislike the word “meme”, but today darn-near everyone knows what that is, overriding my Luddite dictionary. The directions from Goebbels in this quotation has become the industry standard for politicians, media, military and everyone else who has slimed their way into positions of power and/or influence. Almost nothing they present to us is true. That comes to no surprise, but it does get frustrating when I run across people with a tenacious grip on the unreality being hawked by the usual suspects. I am way beyond delivering facts to them refuting their treasured lies. I am most often their first or second hearing of truth when it takes at least three […]

Ukraine conflict has global potential

USofA State Department and CIA took over Ukrainian government in a 2014 engineered coup. The meanest, nastiest, infinitely greedy power brokers in the world took control using Ukraine to feed their insatiable appetites for children, adrenachrome and, of course, money. Now they appear to be eagerly setting up to start nuclear world war there or around Palestine, or both. You can see quite a few posts with supportive links that I published here regarding the Ukrainian snake pit and a long string of provocations trying to destroy Russian leadership and even the country of Russia. Rather than back off when their actions will clearly lead to World War, the psychopathic DC swamp doubles down … triples … quadruples … […]

Aaron Russo: Mad As Hell

This is a show he produced in 1991, six years before they assassinated him as a serious threat to the deep state. We met Aaron at a Libertarian Party national convention. He was a powerful, knowledgeable champion for our team. He was also a highly successful movie producer known for Trading Places, Wise Guys, and The Rose. He talked with us personally and in his movie about David Rockefeller’s attempts to recruit Russo to the dark side: “You can do anything you want and have a permanent Get Out Of Jail Free card”. Failing that, they killed him. Mad As Hell gives some insight to where he was coming from. He produced this in 1991, but it is even more […]

Tucker’s Putin interview

I watched it all. Two hours and seven minutes. Well worth the time and interest. I could not find a way to embed it in this article, so the link below takes you to the Tucker Carlson Network online television program. I highly recommend watching. https://tuckercarlson.com/the-vladimir-putin-interview/ Tucker made several attempts to get controversial statements out of Putin, but none of them worked. It is fun to watch a truly intelligent, and knowledgeable statesman operating in a line of work where he is exceptional. Nearly everything I heard from Putin was fully backed by other sources and my memory of international incidents as they happened. THAT is why The Deep State so desperately, frantically wanted to keep him off a public […]

February 3rd snapshot of 2024

This year will be quite interesting. So many monumental plates are spinning down at this moment that no magician can keep them all going. It appears that the black magicians have absolutely no interest in doing that, anyway. They got these all in play in such a way as to crash them all at once, and stand in the wings ready to sweep up the pieces into their big trash cans full of nature, humanity and Earth itself. I made a points-of-conflict list for reference as I recorded this video. Here is what I intended to cover, and embellish on, and what I expect to cover in print with links at The Bitterroot Bugle over the coming weeks. Who […]

Whitney Webb

Whitney is arguably a genius. Her depth and breadth of knowledge coupled with a unique ability to pull up facts, figures, names, dates and assemble them into coherent, logical, understandable points places her in the top tier of researchers, analysts and teachers. Watching her I am struck as I suspect most people are by the thought that she is just way too young to have the depth and breadth of knowledge she obviously has, and amazingly adept at pulling related bits together on the fly. As an extremely desirable guest among counter-state media programs, available videos of her on popular shows is an extensive list. Topics cover the gamut of things The Deep State would rather we did not know. […]

They told us; keep telling us

Last night we watched the 1996 movie Wag The Dog (1997). Some sources call it a comedy while others call it political satire. Both of those miss the mark. It is as real as anything that happens in front of us today, and tells us all we need to know about how politics and social engineering work nowadays. Sometimes they simply tell us the truth… and laugh as we refuse to take it seriously. The use of blue screens, green screens, holograms and computer-aided video editing can make darn-near anything real enough for their intended audiences. We got this video in our normal way by ordering online through the Darby library and picking it up when their ‘pony express’ network […]

banksters may be playing the next hand prematurely

Since they regained control of the dollar in 1913, the global banksters have stolen 98% of its value. It did not simply disappear as they would have us believe, or hope we don’t even notice. They bought most of the world while our labors were remunerated with the remaining 2% of our money’s value. Slaves have historically been treated better than that. Not satisfied with the pain, suffering, power and hyper-wealth that allowed, they are reaching for the rest of it. Among their current plans is the conversion of our flimsy dollars into even less sound electronic bits they can turn on and off at whim. I think they are shooting themselves in the foot by rolling that change […]

President celebrates impairment month

The poster boy for obvious impairments had his office proclaim December as National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, while this administration with its dementia puppet front man drives this once proud country into the dustbin, or sewer of historical has-beens. I tripped over a November proclamation from The White House that December will officially be National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. The irony struck me. The POTUS office is irrefutably in the most important driver’s seat on Earth. When I look up synonyms to “operator” I find these to be particularly relevant: actor, counterfeiter, dissembler, deceiver, feigner, duper, trickster, bluffer, imitator, misleader, copycat, impersonator, imposter, poseur, mimic, impostor, phoney, mountebank, quack, faker, charlatan, ringer, swindler, pretender, defrauder, scammer, hoaxer, fraudster, fraud, fake, […]

privacy and some invasions thereof

People like me often consider what we may or may not do that facilitates organized capturing of information about us, our activities, and even our thoughts. Nobody wants to think along these lines, but many recognize it would be foolhardy to never consider such. Either you buy the product or you are the product. Faceplant is an example along this line. Their overtly paying customers are the advertisers. Regular participants are the audience, the product. Most likely there are other customers who receive the meta-data on all users. The activities, expressed opinions, interpersonal contacts build portfolios of interest, not necessarily [or likely] for our benefit. “The cloud” is another innocuous benefit offered without overt cost to its users. Considering […]

Why did they burn out Lahaina?

This video is so startling, impressive and important that I included it in my prior post with a link directly to Eew-Toob, which I really hate to do. In this newer post I include the video in a sanitized (non-tracking) form. I also added more information and links as the REAL INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS publish their work on the World Wide Web. I might as well stay on this topic while it is hot, eh? 😉 In addition to the cleaned-up version of that important video is another by a local videographer who published it via Rumble. I trust that platform a whole lot more than the obvious Deep State players, and have not found a way to sanitize from […]

shopping for dumb

The big screen we inherited from the squatters died. Though I have not watched television in 35-40 years, there are several things we do use that big screen in my studio for. That finds me shopping for a replacement. So far I believe I have avoided inviting any “smart” technology into my world. I did not want to start now. The term “smart” originally comes from the acronym “Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology”. Average people think they are smart for adopting the technology. The advantages of being able to tell or ask your smart tools anything is among their little pleasures in life. I am in the other camp that asks, “reporting to who?” The police state knows more than […]

law enforcement is not the same as public safety

Patrol Bike (BMW R1200RT-P)It was a long day for me on and off my BMW. I made the Sunday Morning Breakfast Club run. That is an hour ride on straight, boring Highway 93 to the marshalling parking lot, then a con-brio group ride on lovely, winding Highway 12 over Lolo Pass for breakfast 47 miles away. After a lot of camraderie, having the group’s tech wizard get my keys out of the trunk I locked them in, we rode back. From Lolo, I followed one of my new friends to his yard in Missoula to tour a most amazing collection – around 100 classic motorcycles, only a few of which have been restored to excellent operating condition by an interesting […]

LEO on the road again

I got the Valentine One installed and windshield remounted Monday afternoon (July 10, 2023), then took the Patrol bike on a meaningless meander of the local twisties. I finished that ride by picking up a cooking pot my wife left at a Monday potluck in the other direction. I filled the BMW up with fuel before and after, returning 44 mpg with quite a bit of overtaking, some to triple digits, a couple climbs up both sides of 7,014-foot Lost Trail Pass from the Bitterroot River 3,500 feet below, powering out of too many lovely curves to count, then running the ‘downtown’ errand. The result was a very nice 117 mile 2 1/2 hour break from the nose-to-the-grindstone yard-and-shop-work fuddy […]