by Jack Heart
I’m in Mississippi, but it’s Minnesota that’s burning. Apparently America’s police force, incessantly portrayed as heroes by a media that worships uniforms when they are anything but, have beaten another Black man to death, for no good reason except they felt like it.
Three straight days of rioting and looting in Minneapolis. One must wonder if the locals were practicing safe distancing when they torched the police station responsible for the murder.
The media wants to talk about how many of the businesses, now smoldering, were Black owned. What they don’t want to say is that those businesses have been closed for three months due to the COVID pandemic, and the only way their owners were ever going to see a dime on them was to hand the local crackheads a case of Molotov cocktails and hope they didn’t set themselves on fire.
Many Americans are now out of work because of COVID. They never got their stimulus check. Since they were working off the books, they never got any of those big fat unemployment checks political pundits are boasting about either. Since northern cities have followed the edicts of the CDC and WHO right down to the letter, sheltering in place with no hope for a future, expect more cities to burn in the North…
These people have no way to make a living, to eat nor to pay the rent. By February, America had already dropped dead with fear over COVID, and by March there was no more toilet paper left because Americans were soiling themselves. But the billionaires who have hijacked America are still prospering wildly.
“Between January 1, 2020 and April 10, 2020, 34 of the nation’s wealthiest 170 billionaires have seen their wealth increase by tens of millions of dollars. Eight of these billionaires — Jeff Bezos (Amazon), MacKenzie Bezos (Amazon), Eric Yuan (Zoom), Steve Ballmer (Microsoft), John Albert Sobrato (Silicon Valley real estate), Elon Musk (Tesla and SpaceX), Joshua Harris (Apollo Global Management), and Rocco Commisso (Mediacom) — have seen their net worth surge by over $1 billion.” (1)
Billionaires are symptomatic of dysfunctional government, like open sores on a sick man. When the Soviet Union went belly up, they started appearing all over Russia. They were fleecing the country and Russians were starving in the streets, but they were beaten into submission by strongman Vladimir Putin. As president, Putin brought with him the credentials of having been a high ranking intelligence officer in the KGB. In America, there is only one man who carries with him a resume as impressive as Putin’s.
The last week I spent in Long Beach, I lay on the bed most of the time, just staring at the four walls of my room. There was an ever widening chasm of emptiness in the pit of my heart that was consuming me by the hour, eating me from the inside out.
I was sure it was something permanent, but when I cleared the Goebbels Bridge and left Staten Island in the rearview mirror, it vanished like a cloud in the wind. New York is a tomb and Andrew Cuomo the undertaker. If I had the money that was due to me for being the creative impetus for Stranger Things, American Gods, or Legion to name just a few, I would use it to get everyone I ever knew and cared about out of there.
This country is never going to be the same again, particularly the areas around New York City, where small businesses have been dealt the death blow with a month’s extension of a quarantine nobody can now, nor ever could justify. Do not let them fool you. They do not know why they did it.
Bill Gates is just an opportunist, the same goes for all the democrats who are now trying to pin it on Trump, and all the billionaires who have thus far profited from it but find themselves with a precarious future. None of them ever wanted this. They are just seizing their opportunities and there is an element of desperation in their growingly insane actions.
A few hundred thousand old people, most half dead already, is no reason to shut down a global economy. Indeed a few billion dead is not if the surviving billions intend on preserving existence as they knew it. Countries do not shut down during wartime because they are afraid their factories may be bombed, even when they know they will.
Like Sirhan Sirhan when he came to holding a pistol after he blew Bobby Kennedys brains all over the kitchen floor at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, they have no idea why they did it. What goes around comes around and sometimes, shit just happens.
We need leaders now to fix this, real leaders, not the aging circus clowns and doddering old men, installed only to shill for their globalist masters, who themselves now face the prospect of becoming an anachronism. The New World Order just up and died of COVID and it will now have to be replaced with a newer order.
I’ve lived in a comic book for over four years now, a world of madness where nothing is impossible. When I first stepped into the abyss, I asked the same person who had told me years before there is no such thing as reality what was happening. He told me if we don’t go back down the roads we once traveled, they take so much. They take so much.
This all started when they killed John F. Kennedy. We have an opportunity to go back down that road by installing his nephew Robert Kennedy Jr. in the White House. Robert Kennedy Jr. is the only acceptable candidate the democrats can run against a sitting president who has proven himself not only incompetent, but too weak to lead in anything but a Hollywood TV show.
Kennedy has an impeccable pedigree and indeed Andrew Cuomo, his onetime brother in-law, would not even be the governor of NY, had Kennedy as the odds on favorite run against him for Attorney General of New York. A few years later when Governor Paterson offered him the senate seat from New York, Kennedy turned that down too. But that is the problem with politics; the people who should have the job never want it.
In the political battlefield, Kennedy, a renowned trial lawyer amongst his peers, has earned more medals than the entire Senate of the United States of America combined. He has worked ceaselessly in the courtroom for the poor, whether they live in the ghettos of New York City or the steaming jungles of South America or Africa, even having spent a month in the maximum security prison of a South American hellhole.
Anywhere in the world, whether you be Ford Motor Company, the Department of Defense, or Exxon Oil, you throw something in the water you’re not supposed too, you know Kennedy is coming for you.
He has made mistakes with vaccines, claiming some ingredients are in them that aren’t, but that is to be expected as he has latched onto Bill Gates like an enraged Pitbull, when everyone else in the world, outside of Vladimir Putin, genuflects before him.
This is a guy who can and will take on the billionaires who have hijacked this country, just like Putin took them on in Russia. Nobody should be waiting for Kennedy to ask for the nomination. He won’t, we need to demand his nomination. If the globalists, in their failed and delusional state, persist in thinking they are going to stage one more election between two talking cantaloupes, there will be blood. The post-apocalyptic world of COVID guarantees it…
Kennedy is a hero in the Red States for his tenacious fight against Bill Gates and the pharmaceutical companies and he is a hero in the Blue States for his ceaseless defense of the environment.
Kennedy once sued West Chester County New York to reopen the Croton Point Park, which was heavily used primarily by poor and minority communities from the Bronx.(2)
He wasn’t done yet either on behalf of inner city Black people. He then forced the reopening of the Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx, which New York City had closed to the public and converted to a police firing range. (3)
He also led a battle to stop a plan to sell Washington, D.C.’s Kingman Island—a rare piece of National Park Service property in a minority neighborhood—to a private developer. In 2004, Kennedy successfully sued Exxon to clean up a large oil spill on Newton Creek in Greenpoint Brooklyn. (4)
Robert Kennedy Jr. is the last chance America has to avoid balkanization…
1 – Collins, Chuck, Omar Ocampo & Sophia Paslaski. “Billionaire Bonanza 2020.”https://ips-dc.org/billionaire-bonanza-2020/
2 – Reed, Susan (July 2, 1990). “Polluters, Beware! Riverkeeper John Cronin Patrols the Hudson and Pursues Those Who Foul Its Waters”. People. Archived October 16, 2017.
3 – Cronin, John; Kennedy Jr., Robert F. (1997). The Riverkeepers: Two Activists Fight to Reclaim Our Environment as a Basic Human Right. New York: Scribner. p. 304.
4 – Confessore, Nicholas (November 1, 2005). “An Old Oil Spill Divides a Brooklyn Neighborhood”. The New York Times. Archived October 16, 2017.
Jack Heart, pen name for George Esposito, is known for his extensive research and writings that provide high-quality information and authentic alternatives to mainstream narratives on a wide variety of subjects. His life experiences make for a highly intriguing perspective.