Serious question: how did we all end up in an episode of the Twilight Zone? One day, everything appeared normal. The next, lunacy.
OK, let’s backtrack. January, 2017. Donald Trump is running for president. Suddenly, everyone hates him and feels the need to rant to me about how
awful he is. And I mean everyone: taxi drivers, co-workers, friends, and relatives. Everyone in Canada hates him. Yes, Canada. What did so many
Canadians care about an American presidential election? It was odd.
The Canadian mainstream media hated Trump as much as the American networks. Every single time they mentioned his name they would cringe and make an
inappropriate remark about him. There was a universal hatred towards this man. It seemed odd to me that such an apparently despised and loathsome
individual could become the leader of the Republican Party. I knew a little bit about American politics, enough to know the elections work the same as
ours: the Left gets in for one or two terms, then the Right. Back and forth. Why? Because one’s no better than the other, and after a while people
want a change.
After the Democrats held two terms, and knowing many Americans online who’d become very disillusioned and upset with Obama, I knew Trump was a shoe
in for the presidency. It didn’t matter if he was the weasel everyone seemed to agree he was. It was time for a Republican term. But the media
insisted Trump was going to lose and lose hard. Hillary Clinton—a person I despised—was guaranteed to be the victor. This was odd. Why would the
usual flip between Left and Right be halted this time? A lot of people hated Hillary Clinton and were tired of the Democrats. It didn’t make
I started asking my co-workers why they hated Trump. They said he was racist, a populist, and represented the ignorant White Supremacists. I
questioned them on what was wrong about being a populist, and all they did was to accuse him of manipulating people for support. As to racism and
White Supremacy, they claimed he spewed vile sentiments. This was when I started doing something crazy: I looked up their claims. We all carry a
computer in the palm of our hands, so why not use it? I quickly discovered time and time again that their claims were wrong. I’d show them the proof
from mainstream media sources. This should have ended it.
They still insisted he was racist, using the excuse that Trump employed subtle but obvious signals to his White Supremacy base. One was that he
promoted: “Let’s make America great again.” With a little digging, I found that two previous presidents had campaigned with the same exact
slogan without being called racists. I kept debunking their claims, expecting them all to finally concede that they were wrong about Trump. But they
would never except defeat. They hated him and somehow knew he was an evil man without a trace of evidence to support this claim. The debate never
They were the ones who’d been preaching to me about Trump until I eventually started fact checking them. I felt much like the guy in the meme at
this point: “Stop making me defend Trump!” I had no reason to like him because I didn’t know much about him, or cared to. I had a life to live.
But people were obsessed with hating him for no good reason and would never be satisfied with all the proof I provided them that their feelings were
misguided. I became increasingly concerned that something was terribly wrong with the Canadian public, where facts and truth no longer counted for
anything. Trump was the topic that drew my attention to this bizarre phenomenon.
Why was the mainstream media targeting him so badly? Trump had claimed to have run to “drain the swamp.” Could this claim have been true? This
might have explained why American media was running him down so badly, but why was the Canadian media in on it? Why were virtually all major networks
complicit in it? With a little research, I found a journalist on YouTube named Tim Pool. He’d work for Fusion and VICE, leaving such companies out
of integrity to do real reporting. Pool talked a great deal about how corrupt corporate media is, how incompetent many of their journalists are in
reality, and provided a great many mainstream sources to prove that they were repeatedly lying to the public. He furthermore explained the gross
corruption of the Democrat Party, and all the ways which the Democrat establishment worked to defy Trump and keep the war industry going.
I was no stranger to conspiracy. 9/11 consumed my life for a year and a half, listening to Alex Jones and reading files on sites like WikiLeaks. I
knew about the New World Order—as talked about by several prominent supporters, and even discussed on the Vatican’s official website. So to me at
least, this stuff wasn’t that shocking or difficult to grasp. The establishment hated Trump and lied about him. I found ample proof of this. It was
endless, in fact. But still, no one listened. I proved it to my family many times over, but to this day they still think he’s an evil racist. To my
knowledge, I failed to convince a single person they were deceived about Trump. Proof be damned, people are emotional about this.
Then 2020 and the pandemic. A gross overreach of power. The stripping away of our rights and freedoms over a virus. Division in the States: Leftists
told to hate Rightwingers. And then hatred drumming up everywhere over anyone not taking the vaccine shots. Those evil, nasty, ignorant anti-vaxxers,
! 2 weeks to slow the spread. A year. Two years. The “new normal.” No vaccine shot? You’re a second rate citizen with no access to
the food court. Begone, varmint! You hate the science! Mainstream sources proving the virus is on the decline? You’re an anti-vaxxer! Facts be
damned, people are emotional about this.
I point to the loss of our human rights. I point to the words of the Global Economic Forum. I point to the fifth generation warfare by the Chinese
Communist Party which is corrupting our media and schools. I tell people we must resist this Great Reset and say no to all mandates and lockdowns. But
human rights be damned, people are emotional about this.
Emotional. Government cares about us. Media tells us the truth. Our country is good. Fascism could never happen here. It’s impossible, so spare me
your facts and reasonable arguments. I’m not listening.
It’s a big bubble of denial. Let’s be children so we don’t have to think or question things. The good man with the tie on TV tells us the truth.
It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t make sense. That just means we’re too dumb to understand. Or they’ll explain it better later. They’re the
experts. Who am I to question anything? I won’t listen because being normal and smart means trusting the corporate media. They tell me so.
Thoughtlessness. Thinking is empowering, but blind submission feels safe. A great many people have surrendered empowerment for the illusion of safety,
the protection of people who actively hate them.
Objectively, it seems this scenario has been perfectly sculpted. A public giving in to tyranny by choice. The media spewing lies for the criminal
elite. All our institutions under the control of the criminal elite. They have it all.