Awaiting The US Presidential Election Outcome
After a late night, it looks like it will be hours/days (at least) before we know the US presidential election outcome with certainty.
As we watch and wait, I wanted to share these two tweets I issued last night.
This one for snark:
And this one for posterity:
Both underscore the need for unity on addressing the true challenges we face as a society.
Regardless whom you voted for, what will you do once the dust settles to find common ground with your fellow countryman?
I had a long talk last night with a very active donor to one of the candidates. While we do not agree on every policy point, we spent the call working to understand each other’s position, respect their right to it, and celebrating our areas of agreement. We became more bonded despite the current divisive national atmosphere.
Please post your answer below, or share it on my Twitter feed at @menlobear
This short read reinforces Chris’s message from his election night video:
“…There is a certain mystery to life, a trajectory that is bigger than all of us. It’s a fate of a human being to sometimes rely purely on inner light.
I have the power to maneuver this life, and whatever comes, with love and hope—and to use my brain for my protection. I have the power to understand that all of this has meaning, and that beauty is undefeatable.
I choose to honor my heart and ask my heart to guide me because I have the power to choose it.
And so do you.
Without our fear and hate of others, they cannot win. …”
The right have to listen to the left’s genuine fear of authoritarian rule and where it leads. It shouldn’t be dismissed.
The left, comprised of professionals and unionized employees have to quit blowing off survival fear of those trying to run small businesses and those who are finally employed in a newly invigorated manufacturing sector.
The professional left should read up on rampant meth and oxy addiction and deaths from despair in the heartland. Trump offered those people the hope of a better day.
The newly created jobs in the manufacturing sector are directly related to an increase in the military budget. If things proceed in this direction, the government and business will become more and more tightly linked—and that IS text book military fascism.
We have to listen to the real fears of others with compassion and imagine being in their skin.
Regarding your first tweet, I agree in general.
However, I would refine it to say that it is more like the 0.001% CRONY capitalistic so-called elite that is screwing the remaining 99.999%. If you are talking about income, by saying the 1% you then exclude people like Doug Casey (from Casey Research), or Martin Armstrong (of Armstrong Economics or Peter Schiff or Jim Rogers or Jim Sinclair, etc. who we need to win this fight. We should rather point our arrows at the 0.001% extremely corrupt billionaires such as Bill Gates or George Soros who are corrupting society enormously. Granted, the 0.001% buys and attracts other less than savory specimens who then comprise the 1%.
1) The Cycle of War and the Coronavirus. The New Threat to World Peace and the Billionaire Usurpers. A report by Martin Armstrong:
2) A brilliant documentary exploring Bill Gates and his involvement in the Coronavirus. Transcribed and hyperlinked so you can also read it and verify all sources:
3) How & Why Big Oil Conquered the World.
This brilliant documentary how an enormous concentration of wealth came to be, how they are using it to gain power over ordinary people like us, and how they are waging war against ordinary people. I would watch this right after, or before you have seen the documentary about Bill Gates and the coronavirus because this documentary goes in depth on the context and background. If you see the Bill Gates documentary and you think some elements might be farfetched, despite them being well-researched, then you won’t think so anymore after watching the Big Oil documentaries.
4) The Quigley Formula.
An excellent lecture by G. Edward Griffin (also author of ‘The Creature of Jekyll Island’ about the Federal Reserve). This lecture is about what professor Carroll Quigley, a Council on Foreign Relations member and historian, as well as mentor to CFR & Trilateral Commission member Bill Clinton wrote about why the two-party system serves to further the interests of the elite by design. It truly blew my mind when I saw it several years ago. After you’ve seen it, you will have no doubt how massive the deep state is. If you want to see his own summary then watch the video from mark 16:15 to 32:15. One tip: ignore the audience and focus on the lecture:
Regarding your second tweet, again in general I agree: we ALL do face massive challenges, and certainly face a over-indebted economy. We shouldn’t be divided as a people whether we are Democrat, Republican or Independent.
And yes, we should also be cognizant and plan for a future with dwindling non-renewable resources, which you do well here in Peak Prosperity.
However, I have pointed out in the past and I will do so here again, that the Sustainable Development / Climate Change agenda has been hijacked by the very people who are waging war against ordinary people. I really think Peak Prosperity should also pay some attention to this.
Watch the ‘Why’ part of the ‘How & Why Big Oil Conquered the World’ documentary for which I provided the link above. Or watch:
Meet Maurice Strong: Globalist, Oiligarch, “Environmentalist”:
Or look at the work of Rosa Koire, author of the book “Behind the Green Mask: U.N. Agenda 21:
The people behind the Sustainable Development / Climate Change agenda are the same people that are behind the Great Reset, and as you have recently addressed, these people are NOT our friends. So this issue should be dealt with. Certainly at Peak Prosperity since you put a lot of emphasis here on environment at Peak Prosperity. Check out:
Your Guide to The Great Reset:
A tweet doesn’t has very little characters, so I get why you didn’t put all information in them, haha.
In any case, kind regards, Prep101
Big Tech’s role in this election is interesting.
My fear, rednecks, who are my neighbors, is that the armamentarium will begin to realize that their shat upon state is of no value. When they realize their lack of value to urbantopia? Hell hath no fury.
it caused me pause to type this, I am out
Yes seeing the change in vote totals only for Biden and Trump and 3rd party candidates gain nothing got me wondering how is that statistically possible?
Here’s an interesting analysis of the problem with US governance/culture.