[ Note: I may not always agree with John Kaminski, but I acknowledge him as the poet Laureate of what’s left of rural Americana. In deference to that, we have his latest two pieces and a very enlightening conversation with Michael Gaddy, an ex-NSA agent, if there is any such thing in No Such Agency… Jack ]
By John Kaminski, Guest Post 22 April 2022 on Jack Heart Blogspot
Another day, another lie. Like so many honest people who want to tell the truth but are prevented from doing so, society is being suicided right before our eyes.
Blithering like some wildly wobbling insane zombie, today’s American leadership stumbles blindly toward Armageddon, leading its reluctant allies down a path of destruction that benefits no one except these deranged architects of society’s suicide.
The United States’ misadventure in Ukraine is just another lie deceiving both the world and its own people about its true intentions, another lie in the sordid string of false stories that have brought death and destruction in the last century to Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Panama, Lebanon, Serbia, Vietnam, Korea, Germany and Japan, among many other victims, and being promoted as heroic endeavors by inbred and bought-0ff media zealots.
Are you surprised that the United States, after lying to the world for so long, would lie to its own people? That would make you stupid, wouldn’t it. RM
So stupid that they haven’t yet realized that all these fruitless forays have not brought the American people any more wealth or any more security. In fact they now have less of both because of these misguided adventures, because all of their money has been spent on lurid finders’ fees and commissions on weapons sales, and on bribes to middlemen who preach puerile patriotism but practice pure psychopathy.
And yet this sorry situation persists, like an intractable cancer continuing to make the world bleed for the profits of rich liars, where everywhere the people die needlessly, victims of the false narratives of murderous millionaires.
Bamboozled by bestial media barons, Americans believe they are making war for justice, to defend their freedom, but as a result of all this wicked warmaking, they are not free at all. They are slaves to compulsive homicidal mania in the name of weapons making profit which they do not even receive themselves, as proven by their dire financial straits which at this very moment threaten the entire population with deliberately inflicted starvation and misery.
I have been saying for years that no one should pay attention to mainstream media because their complete output is nothing but lies, nothing but excuses to steal more money from people trying to live sensible lives but prevented from doing so by the constant avalanche of meaningless products and senseless slogans.
Never has this statement been truer than now as civilization lies stranded and stricken by a false pandemic, continuing wars for oil and governments and media conspiring to lock down the population and starving them in their own homes and prevented from saying nothing derogatory about these psychotic programs enslaving them.
Yet still the puzzled paupers remain paralyzed in their easy chairs, wondering what to do as they watch their lives crumbling around them in real time.
So I said most of this yesterday on the radio. If you missed it, you now have another chance.
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The dead end
road of lies
Which is the real evil
empire? Yours or mine?
And is it the same one?
By John Kaminski 4/14/22
Man is a frightened animal who must lie in order to live.
— Ernest Becker, The Denial of Death, 1974
Lately I am obsessed with lies. Our lives are engulfed by them, cheated by them, threatened, distorted and polluted by them. Our entire reality, in fact, is nothing but a tragic tapestry of them, a giant blanket of lies, always closing in on us, eating away at our lives and our peace of mind.
Did she really tell the truth? Is he really lying? Sometimes I wonder, in my darkest moments, amid the all encompassing surge of lies, if there is any good in the world, anyone you can really trust who won’t betray you if something better comes along. Lost loves seem to work that way. Something better comes along.
This sudden surge of doubt about the existence of truth in the world in my mind was lately triggered by the clear and forceful remarks of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov who, in a colossal burst of honesty, admitted Russia's “special military operation” in Ukraine is partly being fought to end the “total dominance” and “reckless expansion” of the United States on the world stage. Now that’s what I call cutting to the chase. Truer words have never been spoken.
It was good to hear them after months of charge and counter charge, he-said/she said stuff that always gets us nowhere, about the invasion of Ukraine, which is clearly a war started by the United States but blamed on Russia.
Lately the terse phrase “Empire of Lies” is being thrown around to describe the United States. Derisive lies don’t arrive out of nowhere. The nickname is an accurate description of America’s unsavory history.
We have spent our lives listening to horrible stories about Russia, many of them true, but most not. Russians are, after all, just people like us, constricted by an aggressive government that limits their freedom. Lately, however, they have objected to Americans sneaking up on them by buying their way into the frazzled nation known as Ukraine, a second class farm-strewed chunk of real estate wedged between East and West on the Black Sea.
Its neat and pleasant villages are reminiscent of a past century. Its government is totally corrupt, bought, in fact, by Jewish billionaires and sabotaged, in fact, by all sorts of criminal activity, notably child smuggling and the assorted crimes that go with that.
But the more sinister aspect are the biolabs installed by the United States to design diseases, insert them into migratory birds, and let them fly over Russia. This, and the fact that the newly corrupted Ukraine government was murdering Russian speakers who lived on their territory, was why Russia decided to invade when it did.
Which leads us to the real lies, the ones emanating from the United States, the same ones gushing forth from America about the evil entity known as Russia throughout my entire life, and I’m 77, so this will take awhile.
Flash back to 1953, elementary school, School Street School in fact was its real name, and in third grade we had a drill when we had to kneel down on the floor and huddle under our desks to practice for when the Russians came and dropped A-bombs on us.
Later on I was to learn about Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s gulags, and these were not lies, but the ugly truth of the naked terror of Communism, today being surreptitiously imposed by Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates and today’s generation of tyrannical corporate liars.
And still later than that I was to learn about how Russia could not have existed without the formidable assistance of United States businesses, still in effect today with U.S. corporations forming the foundation of the Russian economy.
One of the more significant lies in this genre, one with lasting irony, occurred in 1980 when U.S. President Jimmy Carter canceled American participation in the Moscow Olympics because the Soviet Union had invaded Afghanistan, a move which set a precedent of politics infecting innocent sport that continues today with China’s recent manipulation of the athletic world when it hosted the Olympics and starved the participants. Of course the real laugh about Afghanistan would begin 20 years after when America began its 20-year occupation of this troubled land at the crossroads of Asia. Russia didn’t boycott an Olympics because of it.
Of course, the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 could have been the last opportunity for a true worldwide peace when the Soviets abandoned their totalitarian control of Eastern Europe — the fall of the so-called Iron Curtain — but the so-called Peace Dividend never occurred because while the Russians abandoned their overseas adventures the United States accelerating its foreign forays, roughing up Serbia and other countries in the same way they always had, like murdering millions and capturing the Philippines a hundred years before.
Still, with Russia broke and silent, the U.S. had no major foe upon which to base its main source of income, which has always been weapons of war. This absence caused it to blow up its own skyscrapers in 2001 and begin anew a campaign of worldwide terror that it conveniently blamed on phantom terrorists who could never be found, although there are still designated patsies imprisoned at Guantanamo who, through more lies, bear the brunt of fictional responsibility for the 9/11 caper.
Renegade U.S. president Donald Trump had a notion to make friends with Russia because he wanted to build hotels there but the Deep State wouldn’t let him and conducted a totally fraudulent campaign of terror against a sitting president that prevented him from doing so. More lies from U.S. law enforcement.
Superbly ironic has been the behavior of Trump’s successor Biden, who has actually committed the crimes Trump was accused of and whose feeble fingers now rest uneasily on the so-called nuclear button (although reportedly the generals won’t let him have the magic box).
Perhaps even worse than that, however, among the latest litany of lies, is that Biden has initiated financial sanctions against Russia that actually hurt the United States more than anyone else, as the destruction of civilization continues apace with Klaus Schwab’s promise that we will all own nothing and be very happy about it.
So you’re beginning to see where all these continuing lies have taken us, and it’s down a dead end street past a sign that says “no turnaround.”
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.