When I got home from the studio, my wife said: “That guy you debated – he doesn’t look human! He looks like a reptile! Did you see that narrow little mouth?”
I told her no, I can’t see the people I argue with on Press TV’s The Debate show.
My wife insisted that my opponent, Frederick Peterson, not only spewed a lot of unearthly nonsense, but looked suspiciously like one of those extraterrestrial space lizards that David Icke talks about.
I hate to admit it, but she has a point … though it isn’t Peterson’s looks that worry me.
While listening to Peterson emitting empty little noises of mealymouthed gibberish during our debate, I did have to occasionally wonder what planet he hails from. He certainly doesn’t seem to have a clue about what’s really going on here on Earth.
Or if he does, he’s lying like a psychopathic space lizard.
So which is it? Does Peterson really believe all that warm and fuzzy nonsense? Or is he a reptilian propagandist weaving a matrix of lies to deceive unwary earthlings?
Where on earth – or off of it – does Press TV find these people? Or should I say, these “people”?
Can anybody really believe this stuff?
I do have a couple of inside-the-beltway-type friends who tell me that lots of folks in Washington, DC – the whole “chattering class,” or most of it – actually believe the official propaganda line, and uncritically accept the grotesquely false worldview it purveys.
These are the people who are shocked – SHOCKED – at the rise of Donald Trump. They just can’t imagine that so many ordinary Americans, Republicans even, would vote for a bigoted, egotistical blowhard whose statements are so often at variance with Official Reality.
But that’s the whole point. More and more Americans recognize that Official Reality is a crock.
The true reality-based community – and that would be the “conspiracy theorists,” folks, because most of the “conspiracy theories” are true – is getting bigger and bigger, while the deluded dupes of the Empire of Lies dwindle to a few pockets of paid pablum-purveyors like Peterson.
For all practical purposes, the pablum-purveyors might as well be living on another planet.
I’m sure they feel the same way about me.
But what they don’t get is that the false flag paradigm shift is already unstoppable. They think we awakened souls are the aliens, the freaks, the brothers from another star system. But one of these days they are going to wake up and realize that the whole planet, except them, has already taken the red pill.
So watch this Debate and witness the epic collision of two irreconcilable worlds and worldviews – an explosive admixture of two radically incommensurable galaxies of political awareness.
And if you see Peterson’s long, snaky tongue flick out of his tiny little mouth to lick a fly off the camera lens, be sure to let me know so I can tell my wife she was right.