If there is one lesson we can take from modernity, it is that just about everything coming out of the “mainstream” of society these days, is Feikh & Ghey. That is to say, it is all a psyop, designed to make you think and act a certain way. All you have to do is look back at the LONG list of things that people called conspiracy theories at one point in time – and then turned out to be absolutely correct six months later.
There is an awful lot of this happening nowadays, and it is getting worse, as the mainstream “narrative” crumbles. Ukraine is NOT winning their war against Russia. The American banking system is NOT stable. There is NO rule of law in the FUSA, or indeed in most of the West. Dumbocracy does NOT work, and we ought to stop pretending it does. The not-vaxxes are NOT safe or effective, and they were NOT tested properly before release.
The list goes on and on. Even if you discount perhaps some of the wilder stuff out there – the recent UFO hearings come to mind, though I, personally, remain at least open-minded on the subject of alien life – the fact remains that almost everything we have been told about the modren world is an outright LIE.
It makes one despair of the possibility of ever finding the truth.
In these highly uncertain times, keep your eye fixed on that which matters – God, His Son, and the sacrifice that Christ made upon the Cross. All truth ultimately points back to that, and that alone. Without it, there is no guidepost for what we see around us, no explanation for the literally insane evil that dominates the modren world.
With it, though, we have a way out, an anchor of sanity, a beacon of hope, in the maelstrom of a world gone mad.
And on such a happy but brief note, let us get on to the lovely lady to close out the week. This is Karolina Szwajlyk, age 23 from Poland, and she is a model and beauty pageant contestant of some note. Beyond that, I know nothing else.
Happy Friday, all. I will be spending a LARGE part of tomorrow playing HALO 4 and resting from a massive headache that I had to put up with today – my travels over the last couple of days seem to have done me in, but I am sure that will dissipate soon enough. As for distractions – well, that is what whiskey and cigars are for.