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Meeting Monday at Whitetail at 7pm

Our next meeting will be this Monday, August 22nd at 7pm at Whitetail. Our guest speaker will be appellate judge candidate Susan Clancy Boles. I will be presenting on grand narratives: how the Christian narrative on humanity differs from the climate change/covid narrative and the implications this has for society. Becky will be presenting on poll watching. We are looking for more poll watching recruits for the fall. Joe will be teaching you about using a hardware wallet to store your crypto safely off an exchange. Hope to see you Monday.

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The Barbie Movie, Exodus 1, and gender

In this video I parallel the toxic ideas expressed in the Barbie movie to Pharaoh's injunction to the Hebrew midwives to kill all male children born of Hebrew women as a means of subjugating the Israelites and preventing them from rising up. this is the deep state's same plan just by different means with the American people.

War On Food

Last night’s presentation on the War On Food was very insightful. I recommend you all watch this slideshow. Thank you Johnathan for putting this together for us. Knowledge is power and essential for us all to stay healthy.

Live Streamed on June 19, 2023 10:51 AM ET
Presidential primary rules

Breaking down primary delegates


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September 23, 2023
Staying in contact with your precinct.

Hello everyone,

At the last meeting I spoke about being a PC and things you can do to stay connected. There are many different avenues you can take, but one easy way to gather emails from the citizens in your precinct is to give them yours. I made cheap business cards with my basic information to hand out when needed. I encourage dialogue this way. I tell them to share concerns. You can share an email, phone number, Facebook page, website, whatever you want to do and create. I created a specific email just for this. In 2023 we have to get creative. Door knocking and face to face is the most important, and this is a great exit item to hand off as you step off that porch and head to the next house. You can also stick these in the mail with a letter to your precinct. Just some ideas to help connect with everyone. I did not add my precinct when I made these because our precincts were changed during this time. I do recommend adding yours so your voters have that information.

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September 14, 2023
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What WWII internment teaches us about the pandemic response
It's become time to start trying to understand the fundamental flaws in our society that enabled the pandemic response to happen in the first place.  While great work is being done in the legal and political space, I fear society may just bury this ugly chapter in our history.  I got involved in politics in 2021 because I knew quarantine internment camps and vax passes were coming if people of conscience didn't stand up and stop them.  In comparison to WWII where innocent Japanese Americans were completely stripped of property and imprisoned, the unvaccinated fared well by historical standards proving at least a portion of our society has learned something from WWII, but it is troubling that it is only a portion.  Historical events are not inevitable.  It is important to understand why one path was chosen over another.  Despite efforts from those in power to scapegoat the unvaccinated and basically remove them from functioning society, this did not happen.  In an effort to try to understand this I am going to look back to WWII and try to discern why the Japanese were treated more severely than the Germans or Italians and what this may tell us about what we have been living through.  The key factors I see that led to Japanese interment are physical differences, race/eugenics, and hysteria from Pearl Harbor.  
Humans are simple creatures.  It was in part hard to scapegoat the unvaccinated because you could not tell an unvaccinated person just by appearance.  Japanese Americans were easily distinguishable from the white population, although, less so from other Asian groups.  This problem was in part solved by the fact that ethnic enclaves existed in cities so round ups could be conducted in the Japanese section of the city.  The government had records to enable individual round ups also.  There was enough physical difference between the Japanese and other Americans to make them the Other.  They were also sufficiently low in number to make interment feasible.  The Nazis tried to ease the problem of physical identification of Jews with the yellow star.  In order to scapegoat and commit atrocities you must physically mark.  This is why the mark of the beast rhetoric surfaced during covid.  The mark of the beast is about eliminating elements outside of the system; the system must be totalizing and identify everything.  There cannot be a fringe.  Oddly enough this thinking ties in with all the gender identity stuff and the Left's need to give everything a label.  
A close cousin of physical difference is eugenics/race science.  In the 1940s eugenics was all the rage in elite circles like Neo Malthusian climate change is now, which has its own eugenic components.  1940s eugenics had two strands, those obsessed with racial purity and those obsessed with healthier, better humans and these two strands could and did overlap.  The Japanese were portrayed by WWII propagandists as monkeys, inferiors.  Go watch some Disney productions on Japanese Americans and the big bad wolf as a Jew and you will see what I mean.  Japanese were viewed as an inferior form of human to be cut from the American social organism.  Conversely, Germans and Italians were not even despite the history of Italians not be considered fully white.   The covid eugenics angle is obvious.  Elites have gone from just trying to breed better humans to trying to genetically modify them.  
Pearl Harbor galvanized most of the public against the Japanese because it is very rare for the US to be attacked.  This section is self explanatory.  In the covid context, there was no Pearl Harbor event to galvanize opinion against the unvaccinated.  There was just good old fashioned prejudice, largely combined from the professional class and media against free thinkers in general.  Unvaxed became a proxy for free thinker.    
Lastly, American industrialists like Henry Ford and Standard Oil of New Jersey were deeply embedded in the German economy.  Not only did they view Hitler's Germany as a valuable market, many of them gave a wink and a nod to some of Hitler's eugenics views and anti-Semitism.  You have to remember Hitler declared war on the US, in what I would regard a s a presumptuous and foolish move because he was only bound by treaty to protect Japan from attack and was this not on the hook to defend Japan in the event Japan was the aggressor as was the caae at Pearl Harbor.  Much of the American public denied the full existence of the Holocaust during the early stages of the war.  This section is what is the most troubling as it pertains to the issues that arose during covid.  Whatever the US was doing in WWII it was not fighting fascism.  The true war on fascism has yet to be had.  Perhaps we are in the middle of it now.  
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