Tellstruth 4 points ago +4 / -0

"Scary" comes with COURAGE

Fearlessness comes with habitual courageousness.

Tellstruth 1 point ago +1 / -0

I stand my ground insisting I tell the truth at any cost, but in some ways, it hurts because it does feel isolating and alone. I get that being alone is one of the costs of telling the truth in this world. How do ya'll handle this?

*Acknowledge to yourself that "they" have been successfully programmed to be superficial. I think the concept of OLD SOUL may be applied here. Within the isolation and aloneness is the opportunity for spiritual growth and deep appreciation for the transcendent and with it the motivation to assist others in finding their way to salvation. *

Tellstruth 12 points ago +12 / -0

We know that no Republican candidate from those debating can do Trump any harm.

Tellstruth 7 points ago +7 / -0

War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength

Tellstruth 1 point ago +1 / -0

Practical Idealism by Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi https://www.bitchute.com/video/e6rDwQKCyFfF/

In his 1925 book Practical Idealism, Coudenhove-Kalergi envisioned an all-encompassing race of the future made up of "Eurasian-Negroid[s]," replacing "the diversity of peoples" and "[t]oday's races and classes" with a "diversity of individuals."

The form of constitution that replaced feudalism and absolutism was democracy; the form of government, plutocracy. Today, democracy is a façade of plutocracy: since nations would not tolerate a pure form of plutocracy, they were granted nominal powers, while the real power rests in the hands of plutocrats. In republican as well as monarchical democracies, the statesmen are puppets, the capitalists are the puppeteers; they dictate the guidelines of politics, rule through purchase the public opinion of the voters, and through professional and social relationships, the ministers.

Instead of the feudal structure of society, the plutocratic stepped in; birth is no more the decisive factor for social rank, but income is. Today’s plutocracy is mightier than yesterday’s aristocracy: because nobody is above it but the state, which is its tool and helper’s helper.

When there was still true blood nobility, the system of aristocracy by birth was fairer than that of the moneyed aristocracy today: because then the ruling caste had a sense of responsibility, culture and tradition, whereas the class that rules today is barren of feelings of responsibility, culture or tradition.

Tellstruth 2 points ago +2 / -0

Christopher Rufo:

You’re not imagining that the world has gone mad.

Healthy debate has been replaced by activist hysterics. Speech is declared violence, while violence is excused as speech. Masculinity is condemned as regressive, while men in skirts and heels are celebrated in the public square.

It’s easy to laugh at these outbursts as the ravings of a small but vocal minority, but the compromised health of our body politic is not a trivial concern. A strange, new pattern of psychological dysfunction has infiltrated our most prestigious institutions, our corporate bureaucracies, and the highest offices in the land.

In short, we’re sick. Our society is out of balance. We’ve been consumed by a cluster of disorder that appeals to our worst instincts and deranges our most important social functions.

We need to recover our sanity. But to do so, we must first know exactly what we’re dealing with: the emergence of a Cluster B Society.

Chris has produced a viral new short film that delves into the extensive influence of the “Cluster B Society,” which he argues has been unleashed upon the United States, posing a threat to everything in its path.

Tellstruth 5 points ago +5 / -0

This shows in living technicolour that the real goal is not the purported one.

They don't want people who will build up European culture and revive it. They want people who will stamp out the last vestiges of it.

Practical Idealism: The Kalergi Plan to destroy European peoples Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi

Tellstruth 1 point ago +1 / -0



Exclusive footage of the 2011 MOCA Gala Spirit Cooking Event hosted by Marina Ambramovic that Beyonce, Will Ferrell, Tilda Swinton, Gwen Stefani, Pamela Anderson, attended along with other Hollywood mega stars.

This is who President Zelenskyy want to be an ambassador for Ukraine.

Tellstruth 1 point ago +1 / -0

Perhaps many including Eric Johnson sees Demoncrat Affiliation as a growing liability in a waking nation.

Tellstruth 15 points ago +15 / -0

Artist will lend her cooking skills to help rebuild schools in the country.

Tellstruth 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson leaves Democrat party and is Joining the Republican Party of Texas


Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson says he is now a Republican https://www.fox4news.com/news/dallas-mayor-eric-johnson-republican

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson switches to Republican Party https://www.texastribune.org/2023/09/22/dallas-mayor-eric-johnson-republican/

“Too often, local tax dollars are spent on policies that exacerbate homelessness, coddle criminals and make it harder for ordinary people to make a living,” Johnson wrote in the op-ed. “And too many local Democrats insist on virtue signaling — proposing half-baked government programs that aim to solve every single societal ill — and on finding new ways to thumb their noses at Republicans at the state or federal level. Enough. This makes for good headlines, but not for safer, stronger, more vibrant cities.”

The switch puts Johnson out of step with voters in solidly-Democratic Dallas, some observers said. Dallas County went heavily for Joe Biden over Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election, with Biden carrying the county by more than 30 percentage points.

“I don't believe that it sets the tone for where the priorities are,” Dallas City Council Member Adam Bazaldua said. “In fact, that's why I believe it would have been nice for voters to have the opportunity of knowing that party affiliation prior to going to the ballot box in May.”

Johnson didn’t mention his party switch as he spoke for about an hour during a Texas Tribune panel event Friday morning in Austin. Johnson noted the nonpartisan nature of his office and said he wants to see a more conservative approach to how Dallas spends its money, arguing that it's currently inefficient and the city could cut plenty of welfare programs that he believes only a minuscule amount of people use. Polling shows that most Dallasites want lower taxes, he said.

“I don't even know what these services are that some people are referring to that they're just so essential to poor people in the city,” he said. “I don't know what they're using.”

Texas Republicans were quick to embrace Johnson as one of their own.

"Texas is getting more Red every day," Gov. Greg Abbott wrote on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter. "He’s pro law enforcement & won’t tolerate leftist agendas."

“To my friend and former colleague, welcome to the Republican Party!” Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan, a Beaumont Republican, said on X. “Mayor [Johnson] is absolutely right. Conservative policies are the key to safe, thriving, and successful cities. His leadership is a shining example of that. Great news.”

Democrats, meanwhile, took Johnson’s announcement as a betrayal — though perhaps not an unexpected one.

“It's really unfortunate to see Mayor Johnson switch parties but also to turn his back on the electorate that's gotten him this far in his political career,” said Kardal Coleman, chair of the Dallas County Democratic Party. “This is no surprise to us. It’s the worst kept secret in Texas politics, but he's choosing his personal ambitions over the good of the whole of Texas.”

After his reelection this year, Johnson invited Texas’ two Republican U.S. senators, John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, to attend his inauguration — which some observers complained improperly injected partisanship into a nonpartisan space.

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