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crypto coincidence

Nobody familiar with this website believes in coincidences such as these. Outside of lamestream media propaganda is news of crypto currency founders, directors and operators inexplicable, “coincidentally” dying in the last few months. How do we read this? Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran was killed when the helicopter he was traveling in crashed near Monaco. According to the Mail, the crash happened in good weather and another unnamed would-be passenger canceled their journey at the last minute. I am reminded of the unused suites on the Titanic’s fateful voyage … reserved for the people who ended up creating the Feral Reserve with themselves at the top. The founder of Hong Kong-based digital asset company Amber Group Tiantian Kullander died suddenly in […]

being thankful

Among the things I am thankful for is that the manipulators have not messed up the language and culture of Thanksgiving Day. It remains on Thursday and is still widely celebrated as a day with families coast-to-coast gathering and giving thanks for what they do have. My wife and I have now crested 20 years together and the team is holding up well, giving both of us comfort, joy, peace, support and happiness. Though many have extolled the virtues of unpalatable yams, sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie, there is nobody forcing me to gag them down… and so many wonderful things I do enjoy are all readily available. Weather is not unpleasant, our homestead is strong and we are […]

last ride of the season -?

The weather prognosticators are predicting significant drops in temperature and increases in that frozen water thing Montana likes to do to us. Meanwhile, my new-to-me 2009 BMW R1200RS-P (patrol or police model) bike has way-too-few me miles on it. Thursday I pushed all my ‘get the estate ready for winter’ chores aside to grab what may turn out to be my last highway munching ride of the season. The Iron Butt (long distance motorcyclist) guys may snicker, but 160 miles was way better than spending all winter wishing I had taken it out one more time. The roads were excellent, the patrol bike was a great pleasure to ride, the weather suited my clothes perfectly and the scenery was […]

Real autumn from the Northeast

As nature rushes through the two weeks of autumn in The Bitterroot, riders from Upstate New York and thereabouts are posting at motorcycle forums some of the beautiful foliage their neck of the woods displays. Sonoma County, California, where my parents raised their kids and I mine has a very long and colorful autumn, not to mention the year-round growing and motorcycle riding season. I miss that part, but easy living and mild weather seems to attract lazy thinking. I am happier where I am. Nevertheless, the photos are beautiful… and particularly attractive to motorcycle riders. […]

Blizzard of Lies

[jwplayer mediaid=”28400″] I share with you a David Frishberg song you may not have heard. It fits perfectly with the world we occupy today. Click the JWPlayer MP3 play button to hear his rendition of “Blizzard of Lies”. Also a perfect fit is this famous quotation below from a past CIA Director. It is all frustrating to me. The things average people are willing to believe are quite literally incredible – as in not credible. Sandy Hook – completely staged practice event pushed by politicians and media as if it was real. Aurora theater – two gas masks on the floor, trail of blood to a back alley parking lot, surveillance video of wounded man escaping to parked car, yet […]

We Win, They Lose

I have rather apparently been backing off from my commentary, analysis and yelling from the rooftops that the sky is falling, the British are coming and other such warnings. Not that the crucial moments are farther away, but that those who know, KNOW and those who don’t will resist notification no matter how obvious. It is demotivating to me. Then along comes an article by J.B. Shurk who nails it. He did all the work and footnoting (web-links) for us. As far as I can tell, he did not misfire one bit. All I can add of value is: Don’t give up. We need all the stalwarts we can get on our side of the ramparts. Your community needs you […]

touring the neighborhood

I did not have much of a choice. I was left home alone. I had to practice more with my new-to-me motorcycle. The weather was gorgeous. My neighborhood is perfect. (People come here from all over the world to drink from the fountain of natural beauty in Montana’s Bitterroot) I know of several lightly-traveled, low-speed roads that are just right for a bike that likes to cruise in the 40-50 mile-per-hour range and a returning motorcycle pilot that is right there in his comfort zone. I have to reconnect those biker synapses muscle memories in my crusty old brain. The top right photo looks at the Bitterroot Mountain Range from its foothills. Next on the right is The Bitterroot […]

summer solstice – this year’s longest day

Today is the summer solstice. Celebrate it. Go dance in the sunshine… Or walk… Or play… We are in it, but few know, having been disconnected from nature and the real world. For most of human existence, people knew seasonal cycles from direct experience. They paid attention because summer, winter, spring and fall mattered. Today experts tell them what they need to know, there’s an app for that covers much of their research, and food comes from grocery stores completely disconnected in their minds from farmers, agriculture, seasons and shipping technologies. In our location, today is the longest day of the year. Tonight is the shortest night of the year. The sun will not set over The North Pole […]

knocking the dust off my wrenches

I am satisfied that my $1,000 offer on the BMW R1150RS motorcycle I used to own was reasonable, and that I will again end up enjoying that refined touring motorcycle that leans a bit towards the Sport/Touring class. Jeff dove into a wiring and electrical makeover that he never completed. There are parts missing from the BMW that may be challenging to replace. I will earn my ride when it finally hits the road again. The 2012 Suzuki Doctor Zee (DR Z400S) on the other hand appears to be one of those rare barn finds that always fall into someone else’s lap, not mine. See They followed me home. Can I keep them? I just completed my inspection, service and […]

Delta Force Seizes Deep State Stronghold

This news comes from Real Raw News Michael Baxter –   Delta Force and other units of the Armed Forces special operations community brazenly seized a major Deep State stronghold that was home to the criminal Biden regime’s gestapo police force, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and its not-so-secret headquarters in Virginia. The cornerstone of FEMA’s secret world sits nestled in the sprawling Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, less than fifty miles from Washington. It has served as the shadow government’s primary emergency hideaway since the 1950s. Beneath the mountain lays a sprawling labyrinth of tunnels, corridors, and chambers from where the Deep State plotted to enslave law-abiding American citizens. It includes all the amenities and life-support systems […]

Farming Insider Warns The Coming Food Shortages Are Going To Be Far Worse Than We’re Being Told

by Tyler Durden Authored by Michael Snyder via TheMostImportantNews.com, The information that I am about to share with you is extremely alarming, but I have always endeavored to never sugarcoat things for my readers. Right now, there are shortages of certain items in grocery stores across the United States, and food supplies have gotten very tight all over the globe. I have repeatedly warned that this is just the beginning, but I didn’t realize how dire things have already gotten until I received an email from a farming insider that I have corresponded with over the years. I asked him if I could publicly share some of the information that he was sharing with me, and he said that […]

10 Upcoming Fabricated Media Narratives For 2022

The article here was donated to the Babylon Bee from the Media Research Center, or MRC. Sharing it with you was irresistible. I put links to both of their websites here that you may see more of their stuff. – Ted – January 11th, 2022 – BabylonBee.com Brought to you by: Fake news is a common problem these days. We can’t begin to tell you how many times “experts” tricked us into believing Nancy Pelosi had real eyebrows over the past year. This year looks to be as confusing as ever, so we must stay on guard for blatant lies perpetuated by the mainstream media. To help you get ahead of the curve, keep in mind these ten upcoming fabricated […]

Geoengineers kept me busy

2022 certainly started off with a storm… or a few in rapid succession. Sunday, January 2nd I was able to clear the spaces I like accessible by using the little snowplow on my Polaris Sportsman. I got a rerun of that on Tuesday, but Wednesday! Ohmygosh! It started falling steadily on Wednesday and did not let up until Thursday evening. We got a very un-Darby-like 16″ in one storm. It takes a whole lot more plow than I have to push that much out of the way. I had to fire up my Ariens 24″ snow blower. It was even a bit much for it… and me. While seemingly similar to walk-behind self-propelled lawn mowers, they require significant wrestling […]

mainstream medical’s dark side

• NWO Agenda: DEPOPULATION • The ongoing genocidal plan to decimate the world populace from the current 8 billion people down to as low as 100 million survivors. In the last few decades knowledge of the NWO plan for global government has moved outside of discussions between only the very best of society’s awakened members, who were socially attacked and even murdered for saying just a little to much about the real controllers of government, or the true nature of Luciferian banking, multinational monopolies, secret service crimes, and the secret society stranglehold on humanity, which all work in various degrees of conjunction towards the same goal – a one world totalitarian regime that softly enslaves the human population through […]