Everyone of your friends seems to be saying, in one variation or another, “I can’t wait until this election is over.” They’re tired of all of what they call all the “politics” and “shenanigans.” Even the most dedicated sources are reacting to these unprecedented developments as “the same old crap we get every election.” Once this is over, they feel, we can get back to “normal life.”
As if they need to suspend normal life to get involved in something bigger than them. As if we don’t need to stay involved at ALL times as part of our duty as American citizens—and as human beings.
Just so everyone knows, I’m not planning on stopping after Nov. 8. Once The Donald starts to #DraintheSwamp, the process is going to take a long time, and it’s an irreversible one. Those of us who voted for him and promoted him are charged with taking him to task on his promises. I personally think Trump is out for our good. I know some of you are laughing, but even if he isn’t, those of us who’ve supported him (and the benefactors who sat on the bench) are still covered. You see, the problem with running a campaign fueled by the blood and guts of whisteblowers, white hat hackers, and now secret networks of intelligence insiders—people who hold the Truth in higher regard than their own safety and that of their families—is this: If he doesn’t follow through on his big promises, he becomes their next target.
I believe that since we’ve now been given a backstage pass to scrutinize the government’s illicit activities through the heroic efforts of countersurveillance by Julian Assange (WikiLeaks), DC Leaks, Anonymous, James O’Keefe (Project Veritas), and KimDotCom; we have more responsibility than ever before to hunt down and root out corruption. This includes the potential corruption of Trump himself as he conducts himself after his inauguration. It is important that in this process of increased surveillance of our rulers, we always protect the rights of individuals and respect the privacy of citizens absolutely.
Steve Pieczenik talking about counter-coup of breakaway agents who funneled leaks through Wikileaks
I want this pursuit to be applied in our efforts at Modern Life Survivalist to expose corruption and lies involving nutrition and health. We need to blow the lid off what’s behind the endless problems with our food, pharmaceuticals, medical care, environment, the telecomm industry (EMFs), housing, and chemical companies. All of these things have increased chronic illnesses in people of all ages, and “progress” needs to be arrested in favor of a more healthful approach to industry, technology, and convenience that puts the individual’s holistic wellbeing first.
I will also throw in here that the related problems of the petroleum industry and fracking need to be addressed. This is not to say I think fossil fuels are public enemy #1, as I don’t buy into the Climate Change narrative (which Russia discovered is a hoax through some hacking that they have actually proudly admitted to). However, I do think it is worth targeting the damage to people and the environment caused by the procurement of fossil fuels, as well as that caused by the side industry of petroleum-based products like plastics. The latter is especially important to me, because industrial chemicals affect me deeply and make my day-to-day life a literal minefield.
Even though it seems Trump is not the candidate to pursue any reform against the fossil fuel industry, I have heard a speech where he opined that the Democratic Party never really cared about the environment in their pursuit of “clean energy.” I am inclined to agree with him. My guess is, if Trump is truly a free market guy, like everyone should be, he would favor allowing diversification and development of clean energy as it happens organically in the free market, not as a forced and wasteful foisting of new and imperfect technologies through regulations, subsidies, and failed grants, like the Democrats have done under the Obama administration.
My Take on Alternative, Green, and Clean Energy
I love the idea of clean energy in theory, but to me it seems coal is the best way to go for now. First of all, it is incredibly affordable and efficient, which is very helpful to the little guy. Addressing the environmental issue, coal has been developed to be almost 100% clean-burning. They have come a long way in filtering out the impurities from sulfur dioxide and nitric oxide, but there is a pointless obsession with carbon sequestration they’re trying to pull off as well (again CO2 emissions are not an issue IMO). You can read more about that here.
As far as solar power goes, I do know that it is very difficult to make it work in a way that doesn’t result in negative health effects from EMF, because the inverters generate “dirty electricity” that is harmful. Moving on, though Trump has a problem with them for some reason, windmills seem fine enough to me. And let’s not forget about hydroelectricity and geothermal power as options.
Trump is for fracking, but with a caveat. He has vocally supported fracking in the context of the U.S.’s potential for energy independence in the U.S., yet also leaves room in his position for states and localities to ban fracking:
I’m in favor of fracking, but I think that voters should have a big say in it. I mean, there’s some areas, maybe, they don’t want to have fracking. And I think if the voters are voting for it, that’s up to them.
I must say, I just found this out about Trump, and I am very relieved to find that he holds local government and sovereignty of the States in such high regard on this issue (among many others, which is how a Republic is supposed to work). This is key to the ideological revolution we are undergoing. It is a sensible position to maintain in favor of the populace.
Hillary is not much better on fracking, in case you were wondering. She claims she opposes it within our borders, but she pushes it worldwide. In other words, she wants to maintain our dependence on foreign oil, and it really has very little to do with protecting the environment.
Crony Capitalism and Regulatory Agencies
There is so much to do. I for one hope to see penetration through citizen (reverse) surveillance of big corporations and their collusion with regulatory agencies. Corruption favoring the profits and power of corporations/governments manifests in the form of revolving doors that have been established showing, for instance, FDA agents resigning and then working on the board for Monsanto (and vice versa). This corrupt behavior is rife, and with the techniques and resolve afforded by the efforts of white hat hackers and whistleblowers, there is no longer any excuse to allow this to continue.
Oddly enough, though the allegations of Trump’s support from Russia are unsupported and quite fanciful, the comparisons in his approach regarding the wellbeing of the populace to that of Putin’s are quite warranted. You see, Putin is actually pretty good to the Russian people, by all appearances. He’s not perfect, but in a lot of ways, one scratches their head when juxtaposing his immense approval rating to the unfavorable view the American media has propagated of him.
I would be skeptical of this impression, given Russia’s history of censorship, intelligentsia, deception on an international scale, and propaganda. However, my main reason for believing he is possibly good is two notches on the pro column on issues that are near and dear to my heart:
1) Putin’s Russia has put in effect a ban on GMOs, and
2) There are strong Russian regulations on the EMF exposure limits for citizens.
Knowing that both of these facts are true makes me reflect on negative experiences I’ve personally linked directly to these two environmental factors (cloned food & radiation) for which there is a lack of regulation. Knowing that living in the “free world” I’m less safe here, subjected to those who would disregard (and possibly intentionally attack) my health, I’m feeling kind of ashamed about living in my country. America is definitely not so great if they’re letting us get zapped and GMO’d.
Though Trump has not explicitly discussed regulations for GMOs or EMFs, there is definitely more likelihood for him to side with citizens according to their concerns over corporate greed and corruption. I base this guess on his rhetoric and “awake” positions in other arenas, further supported in his association with Alex Jones. Alex is extremely vocal (like YELLING AT THE TOP OF HIS LUNGS) in his opposition to soft kill through GMOs and EMFs (among other dangerous GRAS* substances). I know some will say this conclusion is ridiculous, but Donald Trump really is the guy talking most about corrupt politicians in league with corporations, and how he wants to stop it. It’s part of that rigged system he’s always going on about.
One thing is for sure: Donald is way better in these areas compared to Hillary. She might talk a big GREEN game, but leaks have shown she’s truly in the pocket of Monsanto/Dow Chemical and Telecomm (being explicitly aligned with the universal wireless vision of the FCC’s Mark Wheeler).Above all else, Hillary is the nuclear war candidate, which is affirmed in this quote from Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate (who explicitly speaks out against WiFi in schools BTW) saying we are more likely to get World War III with an HRC presidency:
It is now Hillary Clinton that wants to start an air war with Russia over Syria by calling for a no fly zone. We have 2000 nuclear missiles on hairtrigger alert. They are saying we are closer to a nuclear war than we have ever been. Under Hillary Clinton, we could slide into nuclear war very quickly from her declared policy in Syria… On the issue of war and nuclear weapons, it is actually Hillary’s policies which are much scarier than Donald Trump who does not want to go to war with Russia. He wants to seek modes of working together, which is the route that we need to follow not to go into confrontation and nuclear war with Russia.
And World War III, my friends, is a very unhealthy prospect for everyone.
So for better or worse, I’m hopping on the Trump train (with coal and all), in hopes of a better, and yes—healthier—future.
*Generally recognized as safe