November 12, 2022
by Doug “Uncola” Lynn:
Where there is no law there is no freedom.
– John Locke
Morality is doing what is right regardless of what you are told. Obedience is doing what is told regardless of what is right.
― H.L. Mencken
It would be easy to speculate ad nauseam regarding the 2022 U.S. Midterms, but that is not the main intention of this post. Therefore, my comments regarding the national elections will be brief: In short, it seems there were three general outcomes possible: 1.) Democrats holding both Houses of Congress 2.) GOP winning House or Senate but not both 3.) GOP winning both House and Senate.
In the Old Normal, given current economic shortages and inflation, the extremism of woke politics, increasing urban crime, the politicization of COVID, and the weaponization of federal agencies, a sizable red wave would have been assured. But we no longer live in the Old Normal and we haven’t for some time. As the aftermath of the 2020 Presidential Election demonstrated, America has crossed the Rubicon. Speculation is moot. At this late date in history, the beast system will never cede power via honest elections.
It doesn’t matter how many voting machines flipped totals in narrow victories, or whether MAGA candidates were sabotaged by The Uniparty or outspent by George Soros, or that the American citizenry has been dumbed down to the point of buffoonery by the federal education system.
Just know this: In U.S. States where voting was secure, like Florida and Iowa, there were red waves by fairly wide margins.
Even “conservative” pundits like Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly claim the elusive red wave was curtailed because of fear over abortion rights and frustrations against election fraud “conspiracies” – and O’Reilly and others have blamed Donald Trump as a scapegoat, but for the wrong reasons. Surely abortion and other imaginary “threats to democracy” were strategically exaggerated by The Borg System to provide plausible deniability against any potential accusations of vote fraud.
Notice that no one can adequately explain why GOP candidates won in U.S. states that had implemented measures to secure elections, like voter I.D. and other initiatives. In those states, conservative candidates emerged victorious – even in urban blue counties. And in areas with shady election shenanigans like malfunctioning voting machines in key precincts, unsecured mail-in ballots, stall tactics and extended deadlines, several Democratic Party candidates won.
American elections have been assimilated by The Borg and most Americans have no clue. For those who believe election fraud on a grand scale is impossible, they can be directed to videos like Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” or the documentary on the 2020 Arizona election fraud at SelectionCode.com. But closed minds will conveniently claim all speculations have been debunked by “fact checkers” and will label anyone who questions official narratives as a conspiracy theorist.
Regardless of blatant election irregularities in the New Normal, insouciant Americans and the political punditry will believe what they want to believe: that American elections are fair.
Entrenched beliefs are difficult to dissuade and deprogramming minds from hypnotic spells can occur but it is usually a process that takes time. I was once fooled by 911, WMD, and jingoistic wars abroad, so it’s not hard for me to understand how people are so thoroughly deceived. The real tragedy now, however, is that false narratives have fooled enough people, for enough time, that most potential escape hatches have been locked.
The Borg no longer cares if people wake up because it’s too late for most. The assimilation is near complete.
Those peering out from behind the Eye of Horus likely even want people to fully understand their predicament at this point and the self-perceived overlords may even enjoy a perverse pleasure at the unveiling, so to speak. It sure would explain the doddering old puppet in the White House and how a brain-addled extreme political leftist became a senator from Pennsylvania.
Narratives steer entire populations because people act upon what they believe; and tyrants throughout history have used deception to manufacture consent that is, eventually, followed by inevitable violent manifestations of force.
Or stated another way: Those whom The Borg would control must be first assimilated via deception and, ultimately, by violence.
On September 12, 2022, Josh Hawley, the Republican Senator from Missouri, began his address to the National Conservative Conference with words from former President John F. Kennedy’s 1961 Inaugural Address:
We dare not forget that we are the heirs of that first [1776 U.S.] revolution…. that the rights of man come not from the generosity of the state but from the hand of God.
Hawley then expanded upon that premise by stating the following:
To a world composed of clans and tribes, the Bible introduced the very idea of the individual. To a world that valued the wealthy and well-born before all others, the Bible taught the dignity of the common man. To a world that prized order and control, the Bible spoke of liberty.
Without the Bible, there is no modernity. Without the Bible, there is no America. And now our biblical inheritance is again at the center of our politics. It is the question of the age…
It is a compelling argument. Throughout history, populations have been subjugated by tyrants and monarchs, subjected to mob rule, or, in the unique historical example of America, afforded liberties derived from Biblical precepts and natural law.
This is why it was so predictable to see political leftists, including Joe Biden and Barrack Obama, constantly claim that our democracy was “at stake” in advance of the 2022 Midterm Elections.
In truth, the United States is a constitutional republic and not a democracy. A democracy, in its purest form, is de facto mob rule.
Therefore, these are the battle lines of our time: Natural rights versus mob rule; just law against arbitrary tyrannical mandates; truth over deception; liberty instead of slavery; and unity, in lieu of conformity.
With this in mind, prior to the 2022 Midterms, in a public forum near where I live, I mentioned former president Eisenhower’s 1961 farewell speech to the nation. In that speech, Eisenhower warned of the “military-industrial complex” that had “the potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power” and that “public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite”.
I further described how former President John F. Kennedy, in his April 1961 “secret societies” speech, warned of the “monolithic and ruthless conspiracy” that was a “tightly-knit, highly efficient machine” combining “military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations”.
Upon establishing these former U.S. presidents as bona fide conspiracy theorists, I then questioned the possibility of the U.S. government and supranational medical institutions being taken over by billionaire eugenicists, Malthusians, and Marxists intent on world depopulation via war, bio-fascism, and the Climate Agenda. I additionally questioned if experimental mRNA vaccines might be increasing infertility and causing fast-spreading cancers, miscarriages, and rising mortality rates.
But when I broached the possibility of 2020 election fraud taking place in five precincts in five swing states, it was like a bomb went off. My sanity was called into question by someone who would very likely advocate Red Flag Laws in my state with me, specifically, in mind.
In response, I asked if they remembered a time when Americans would tell each other the following:
“Although I disagree with what you are saying, I respect your right to say it.”
What happened to that America?
Why all the governmental, medical, and corporate censorship? Why are we no longer allowed to ask questions anymore?
“Unity is the result of free will and individual choice… whereas conformity is generally the result of tyranny, closed-mindedness, indolence, or fear”, I said.
The answers are available. So why won’t they see? Worse yet, why do they expect me to conform to what they believe without honest debate? Why am I not allowed to speculate in public?
It is because most people fail to discern the difference between unity and conformity. Unity tolerates a diversity of beliefs while still adhering to basic tenets and precepts such as law, or liberty, or free speech. In other words, people don’t need to conform to the same worldviews to have unity. This is why national unity once allowed Americans, both Democrat and Republican, to disagree while simultaneously finding accord around the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, including free speech.
But one cannot yell “fire” in a crowded movie theater, right? That would be immoral, right? Someone could get hurt, right?” Well, actually, this is why there are ordinances and lawful consequences in such cases. But to conflate yelling “fire” in a crowded movie theater with challenging existing and potential tyranny occurring in a nation of laws is a red herring argument and should be summarily exposed as such in any debate.
We are still a nation of constitutional law, right? This, in fact, addresses the thrust of the problem, doesn’t it? America’s legal system has been corrupted. We had a republic and we couldn’t keep it. Lawlessness and deception are trending; and we are the latest generation witnessing a national dissolution by means of Marxist dialectics. The end goal this time, of course, is the coagulation of a new world order. Order out of chaos.
America once tolerated open discussion in public forums so informed citizens could attempt to persuade each other with facts, science, philosophy, theology, speculation, et al, but all that remains today is the pressure to conform – to agree with the mass consensus of The Mob that has, unknowingly, been absorbed by The Borg via media deception.
Today, it seems, The Overton Window is barred as if positioned in a veritable prison where certain topics of discussion are taboo.
Just as persuasion builds unity, coercion pressures people to conform. The former is how Just Law was established to protect individual rights and secure liberty. The latter is overt lawlessness manifesting as tyranny.
By means of deception and force, respectively, election fraud and biofascism have become the societal winnowing mechanisms prior to a forthcoming civilizational purge.
Understand this, however: There are no expiration dates on natural rights. Neither can parasitic tyrants declare individual sovereignty as null and void.
Any new world order that uses coercion to demand obedience, or conformity, at any time, must be considered as dead on arrival by those possessing free will. Even any multi-polar world order that would negate the sovereignty of American citizens under the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, or attempt to coerce free individuals through deception, censorship, economic compulsion, or “emergency powers” during wartime or pandemics, must be considered as invalid and immoral.
At the same time, know this as well: The Borg is fully committed to the “Great Reset”. It will never stop until the world population is corralled by digital gates and switches.
What, then, can a remnant of sovereign individuals do?
Once again, perhaps an effective way to defeat the lawless tyrannical centralization of The Borg is to become the anti-borg:
The answer to global centralization and digital cash is to go local by prioritizing decentralization, barter, and genuine value.
Free individuals can unify around fundamental precepts such as constitutional law, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness while actively exposing the foundational deceptions of virtue signaling, political correctness, corruption, fraud, and, especially, political party dialectics that sow discord by means of climate lies, genitalia, skin color, and biofascism.
Free individuals can unify to defeat deception by prioritizing courage above cowardice, and faith over fear.
Anything less than outright resistance to the lies that bind the Borg together is to passively yield to the deceptive premises of those who desire the demise of the sovereign individual. This would be a form of suicide.
Therefore, unite locally, and gather publically and privately, to resist all forms of totalitarianism by any means necessary. And aside from the outcomes of national elections, ask yourselves this question at any given time:
What can be won?
8 thoughts on “Persuasion is to Unity What Coercion is to Conformity”
Thank you Doug, great article: Hits all relevant points with bullseye accuracy.
LikeLiked by 1 person
Thank you, Anon. I appreciate it.
(Doug / Uncola)
LikeLiked by 1 person
More commentary on this piece at this link:
(Doug / Uncola)
Local , local , local. Even the cops here in my rural Buckeye hill county refused to wear the mask of domination. We still have a few mask wearing mouth breathers but they are a hated minority . Lots of Amish here too and they don’t do masks . The problem here is the big cities . Hoping for a couple of Putin nukes to help with that.
@buckeyebob Well, that’s one solution that might or might not occur, as all the nuke talk is likely saber rattling. If it were to happen, it would likely be too far in the future to have the effect you desire. By then, it may be far too late to take out a large enough proportion of the terminally sleepy. Besides, if I were hoping for such a thing, …. and I usually do, I would hope it wouldn’t be CA, IL,NY, etc., … but the foreign land of DC. …. Good and HARD !!
“I’m joseph g. LEHMAN”
AND i’m part-n-parcel of…https://www.theburningplatform.com/2021/02/03/the-lies-of-the-borg-are-the-glue-that-binds/
Note my full
ENDORSEMENTperpetuation a commonOf The Single Biggest Planned Debacle that led to the precipitous DECLINE of ‘Us’ @ the 1:30 mark.
And my nose grows exponentially longer, but a few seconds later. LYING about the 2nd.
Reblogged this on Calculus of Decay .