Because Liberals Are Not Just Afraid of Us – They Are Literally TERRIFIED…
And they should be. They“Bet The Farm…” And We Are The Bank.
Opinion By “Even More Deplorable Than Ever Before” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen
I don’t even bother to turn on network news anymore, after the so-called 2020 presidential election. Every time I accidentally fall onto one of their channels I sit there, for a few moments, thinking I must have tuned into one of those far-out science fiction programs where the “Brave New World” futuristic government cranks out the daily propaganda everyone (Bravos, Deltas and Epsilons) is/are supposed to accept as fact.
But one very important thing is clear. These news people are TERRIFIED. Their supposed news stories are so “OUT THERE” you have to wonder if someone is after them with a net – so as to return them to the loony bin.
But, guess what? It doesn’t take you long to figure out that these people actually believe their own garbage. They are REALLY into it.
If any of us were able to, or even wanted to, sneak into CNN’s building and got near the program production department to yell out loudly “There are twenty Trump Supporters in the building…” I think every employee in there would need a sudden change of underwear. Many probably already are dependent on “Depends…”
It is called “Catastrophic Thinking…” and, it, officially, is all there is to 2021 liberal thinking.
The magazine “Psychology Today” has an interesting article which, I think, explains, in a nutshell (pun intended) what has happened to not only the liberal media but liberals in general. It is called “Catastrophic Thinking.“
“Worry, anxiety, stress, and panic are often the emotional expressions of catastrophic thinking. Technically, catastrophizing is an exaggerating, irrational, style of thought where you painfully blow real or imagined disasters out of proportion. Fortunately, catastrophic thinking is correctable. I’ll emphasize how to do this.
What are the signs of catastrophizing? You unintentionally make a bad situation worse, or create a crisis out of little to nothing. You may chain together worsening possibilities as you sink into a descending cycle of despair. When catastrophic thinking fuses with raw-nerve tension, you’ll have trouble concentrating. You’ll have trouble figuring out what to do. When ongoing, catastrophizing can be a prelude to depression. Combatting this thinking helps prevent anxiety-linked depressions.
What does catastrophic thinking feel like? You receive a registered letter from the legal offices of Wiggins and Trust. Before you open it, you assume you are going to be the subject of a ruinous lawsuit and then you dwell on the horrors of the suit. You feel helpless, vulnerable, and overwhelmed. Feeling too tense to open and read the letter, you put it aside. After days of gut-wrenching dread, you can’t take the strain any longer. You open the envelope. You discover that a great aunt willed you her painting of the Grand Canyon.
Are you willing to make necessary changes to combat and neutralize catastrophizing in order to gain the advantage of greater command over yourself and over the controllable events that take place around you? If so, here are sample cognitive, emotive, and behavioral remedies.
First Things First
Let’s get rid of needless blame first. Let’s suppose you blame yourself or others for your emotional turmoil. Paradoxically, by accepting your catastrophizing as an automatic and unpleasant thinking habit, you can quickly shed blame about this whole sorry process. Compared to the blame alternative, tolerance for tension can feel comparatively good.
It’s not your fault that you catastrophize. Like everyone else, you’re wired to catastrophize; otherwise, you wouldn’t be able to learn to do this and then to involuntarily tyrannize yourself in this way. Nevertheless, if you want relief from this form of manufactured misery, it is your responsibility to change course.
Don’t Trip on the Molehills”
But liberals are physically and mentally UNABLE to change course…
For a number of reasons “liberals” are the most rigid, least understanding, people on Planet Earth. No opinion other than their own, to them, has any merit. And, pitifully, they have no means to deal with their fears – other than the same three methods they have used since the American Civil War (1861 to 1865). What are those methods?
Covert Tactics. Projection, and Disguising The Issues.
Let’s break down how the liberals operate Covert Tactics into two categories: (1) Violence and Intimidation, and (2) Covert Control of the communications networks.
Violence and Intimidation…
Everyone knows what the Ku Klux Klan is. Everyone also knows that it was, and is, a major function of the US Democratic Party and has been since the American Civil War. It was, and I think, still is, very much one of their primary strategies.
Democrats have simply changed their disguises from “white sheets with eye holes (Klan)” to “all black with decorator bandana masks (ANTIFA).” I suspect that the organizing meetings still have the sane rhetoric – with just a small adjustment to who their victims will be tonight.
Let me make that very clear – ANTIFA is just a modern extension of the Ku Klux Klan. They use EXACTLY the same tactics. Klansmen used to burn a cross in someone’s yard. ANTIFA thuglets burn some small business, often owned by a minority.
Why do they do this – come from a hidden place? Because those people (Klansmen or ANTIFA) are rightfully TERRIFIED of presenting their social arguments in the light of day. Why? Because their social arguments, in the light of day, are met with mass derision – as they should be.
Covert Control of the communications networks.
Anti-Vaxxers aren’t the only group that gets attacked “covertly.” Neither are Conservatives or Patriots. It is a standard tactic used everywhere. Frankly. it is easy to counter and when you do those so-called “covert” operatives will almost always crap their pants right in front of you
Years ago I traced one covert group, then another, back to their roots and funding. It was like uncovering, and turning a bright light on, a cockroach infestation. I had found, not only who they were, but found their training videos and their training locations – and most importantly – their funding. Why did I do that? Because doing that eliminated their power. How? Because they were not as powerful as they wanted people to believe they were. As in the first of Saul Alinsky’s tactics:
RULE 1: “Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have.”
Power is derived from 2 main sources – money and people. “Have-Nots” must build power from flesh and blood. (These are two things of which there is a plentiful supply. Government and corporations always have a difficult time appealing to people, and usually do so almost exclusively with economic arguments.)
What I found, and wrote about eight to ten years ago, was the so-called “Skeptics.” I think that what is happening today is simply an extension of what these people were doing back then. If someone, or some group, wanted to find out who, and what, is now “covertly” operating against them the article I am going to send you to now is a very good starting point. Just below is an excerpt:
The skeptic organization has been around for quite awhile. But, for most of its history it was just a bunch of ne’er-do-wells whining together over their common rejection by society.
But, for the last several years the skeptics have supplanted the original group calling itself the “quackbusters,” since the demise of the National Council Against Health Fraud (NCAHF). And, they have found significant, mostly secret, funding sources.
The important thing to know about the skeptics in 2012 is their efforts to control the search engine placement of certain kinds of articles; health care and other things that interest them, and their control of those same subjects on Wikipedia. They receive training, and are networked, for this activity at organized meetings.
The articles on the right will give you a very clear picture of how the skeptics operate. Click on the title to go to the actual article.
The so-called “Skeptics” are a misinformation campaign run by angry male homosexuals masquerading as atheists whose management has a significant interest in pedophilia, its promotion and protection. They have replaced the old “quackbuster” operation.
Lower level “Skeptics” I believe, are recruited young homosexual men, who as female skeptic Dawn Z, after refusing to attend the biggest “skeptic” annual meeting “The Amazing Meeting” this year in Las Vegas, said:
“Unfortunately it seems atheism (skepticism) has drawn many trashy young men with poor and limited social skills who are plain haters any which way you talk to them. I hope its fair to assume smart polite atheist have a non virtual life and wouldn’t run rude post betraying intelligence 24/7. The typical stats on these bullies making atheism look bad is American male, 21 years of age, living in parents attic, few if any real friends and limited social interactions or connections off of the Internet, living in the South. They put woman like me off from participating or taking part.”
Skeptic work is little more than employment of young homosexual men whose anger, self-loathing, and bitterness at the Judeo/Christian world and its handling of homosexuality issues normally makes them virtually unemployable in society. So, they have available time – and a computer. They are taught to use that time to focus their self-loathing outward, Using anonymity, lashing out viciously at those targets they are organized to attack, by “Skeptic Central” on the internet.
Not truly skeptics, but pseudo-skeptics. Not truly atheists, but anti Judeo/Christian ethic. Easily manipulated by the management and funders of “Skeptic Central.”
There are TWO main “Skeptic” organizations – the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) and the Center For Inquiry (CFI). Both are well funded from secret sources.
JREF reported, in 2010, a total income of $999,971.00 and a Total Asset claim of $1,736,101. Click here to see the available JREF Income Tax Form 990.
Under the JREF Form 990 Summary Section – Box One, asking for the organization’s mission, JREF answers “To promote critical thinking and investigate claims of the paranormal.”
Just so we all understand exactly who, and what, James Randi is, listen, perhaps once again, to the audio tape, here, of James Randi soliciting sex from a young boy, and all will be revealed to you.
The Center For Inquiry, Inc (CFI), based in Amherst, New York shows on their Form 990 that they took in$5,242,304 in Total 2009 Income, and they had, that year, Total Assets of $3,017,144. Their Schedule B ANONYMOUS contributions totaled $2,318,652.
Although James Randi has since died you can be sure that these cockroach organizations are even better funded in 2021.
However, because of the sheer size and determination, of the Anti-Vaxxer world, and the giant Trump populist movement these so-called skeptics are only marginally effective.
Psychology today says:
“People tend to project because they have a trait or desire that is too difficult to acknowledge. Rather than confronting it, they cast it away and onto someone else. This functions to preserve their self-esteem, making difficult emotions more tolerable. It’s easier to attack or witness wrongdoing in another person than confront that possibility in one’s own behavior. How a person acts toward the target of projection might reflect how they really feel about themselves.”
Disguising the Issues:
We just watched four years of liberals working to mask what they are really all about because the American public simply will not, and do not, buy into their social and economic craziness. The American public does NOT want poverty and socialism. The liberals want that FOR the American people.
The liberals are VERY aware that they are in for a HARD ride. That’s why they want to (laugh here) declare us all to be “domestic terrorists.”
But the reality is that the liberals have “Bet the farm” – and we are the bank.
Opinion By “Even More Deplorable Than Ever Before” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen