Corruption enters society on a stream of ‘new’ ideas. Perversion gains admittance. The taint spreads. Venality and dishonesty are doubled — then redoubled. Immorality reigns. The honest man is punished for telling the truth. The legions abandon the frontier.
J.R. Nyquist, The Fool and His Enemy
As we approach the year 2022 it is appropriate to review what has happened over the past year and consider where we are headed. This discussion offers an overview that may offend and shock. I make no apology for that. Time is running out. It is time for all Americans to set their illusions aside. Name your enemy, See the big picture. Get clarity.
…between the ‘grey’ and the ‘red’ terror there may be an intermediate period — the ‘pink’ terror, when active military operations have not yet begun and there is still peace, but when some of the best spetsnaz units have already gone into action.
The Interview below is on the Soviet long range strategy. It begins with an introduction in German, but quickly switches to English after the first couple of minutes. Dave, Fabio and I are each broadcasting from a different continent.
If the physically unreal, namely the mind, defines all our reality, surely that which is finally true ought to be of a metaphysical, ephemeral, abstract, nonphysical nature, rather than of a ‘hard,’ enforced, verifiable one.
Nigel Kerner Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls 
Both views, the materialistic as well as the spiritualistic, are metaphysical prejudices. It accords better with experience to suppose that living matter has a psychic aspect, and the psyche has a physical aspect.
Carl Jung Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Sky 
Demonology is not just another crackpot-ology. It is the ancient and scholarly study of the monsters and demons who have seemingly coexisted with man throughout history. Thousands of books have been written on the subject, many of them authored by educated clergymen, scientists, and scholars, and uncounted numbers of well-documented demonic events are readily available to every researcher. The manifestations and occurrences described in this imposing literature are similar.”
We are living in a materialist age. Even religious people believe in “evolution” and “science.” Reality is said to coincide with matter. Spirit is said to coincide with superstition. The mind is said to be epiphenomenal, the illusion of consciousness owing to chemical reactions in the brain. It is assumed that when the brain dies, the mind is extinguished. All favored solutions are material solutions. We rarely stop to consider that our “material world” was long ago negated by the Second Law of Thermodynamics (i.e., entropy). Material reality is dying. It has always been dying. Therefore, the material universe could not have always existed; that is, unless something nonphysical (i.e., spiritual) has always been there to sustain it.
Belief in manmade global warming depends on acting as if the laws of physics are suspended and we are living in special time in which the climate is unchanging apart from the hand of man. In a sense we actually are living in a special time relative to the last 3 million years, which has been an ice age. The special time we live in is an interglacial period — a temporary respite in the ice age.
David Archibald, The Twilight of Abundance
A cold wave hits Europe. Spain has to restart its coal plants. Siberia suffers 68 below zero temperatures on December 2. Record spring temperatures are recorded in Antarctica. Russia and China are husbanding their water and fertilizer resources. Fertilizer shortages begin to be felt in the United States and other countries. What is happening? How do we understand it? I decided to resume my discussion on global cooling with David DuByne of Adapt 2030. By popular demand….
A prince also wins prestige for being a true friend or a true enemy, that is, for revealing himself without any reservation in favor of one side against another. This policy is always more advantageous than neutrality.”
Machiavelli has been credited with wisdom, after a modern fashion. In the passage quoted above, the Florentine sage claimed that being a true friend or a true enemy is always more advantageous. But there is a problem with this advice: How would Machiavelli explain the success of Swiss neutrality through two world wars? Of course, he cannot. The fact is, Machiavelli’s writings are full of maxims that do not prove to be true. So why is he celebrated as an important figure? My own answer is that Machiavelli became important because his cynicism was so incredibly naïve, and he dared to immortalize it in prose. It is not that he wrote the truth; rather, he told us how “cynical people think.” And this is a valuable corrective to naive idealism.