Some call it the haves and the have nots, the rich and the poor, the rulers and the ruled.
I see it as those who seek power and the others who don’t. I see both sides and have noticed more and more that there are those who disregard the law because they think they are above it, and everyone else.
There is enough evidence to know that the meeting on the runway with the AG and Bill Clinton wasn’t about their kids. It’s coming out that the Russia gate scandal was just an insider job to not let Trump take their power away. Those who claim a crime was committed are the ones who did it.
They are criminals, and will probably get away with it, unlike Jeffrey Weinstein, who didn’t hang himself.
The Epoch Times reports that the democrats are behaving like the KGB
John Durham, the man chosen by former Attorney General William Barr as special counsel to unearth possible malfeasance before and during the Trump–Russia investigation, is a sly fox, in the best sense.
Just when people, including Donald J. Trump, have written him off, complaining that he wasn’t doing anything, that his investigation was a sham, he quietly dumps information that creates a political earthquake.
That those known Trump–Russia liars—The New York Times and The Washington Post—have, as of this writing, and it’s been a few days, not even dared to report Durham’s latest court filing is a sure sign that it’s indeed a serious quake, with potential aftershocks to come.
But before I go further, I would like to call attention to the principle of jurisprudence “Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus” (False in one thing, false in all). Although written in Latin, it’s English common law from the early 17th century, stating that “a witness who testifies falsely about one matter is not credible to testify about any matter.”
While this may not always be true, it frequently is and most people apply it in their daily lives. When someone lies to us, we cease to trust them. It’s common sense from common law.
So back to Durham’s latest filing. Jack Phillips reported right here in The Epoch Times.
“Special counsel John Durham’s team alleged on Feb. 12 that a tech executive aligned with the Democratic Party spied on former President Donald Trump’s residences and the White House when Trump was president,” Phillips said.
“Durham said in a court filing that the spying took place in order to establish an “inference” and “narrative” to tie Trump to the Russian government.”
There is a string of dead bodies behind the Clinton’s and they won’t do a day of time behind bars because there are 2 sets of rules.
The rest of us would never see the light of day for the crimes these people committed.
I gave up caring. They want power and money. Sooner or later they will be moved out of the way for the next power grab. I just want them to take their money and go away and leave the rest of us alone.
Stop trying to play God or king/queen. We don’t need rulers and are getting tired of it. You know how I know? Look at the truckers in Canada. Look at the 30 representatives not running for re-election in November. They have been moved out and people get tired of them sooner or later.
It is just history repeating itself.
Here is a glimpse at the next round of people playing god with the one world order by using Covid as the switch to control the population. It’s not new. It has happened since the beginning of time.
The pattern here is the great re-set and Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. Take a look at who goes to Davos and those are the ones who have their set of rules.
Here are his list of recent flying monkey graduates who think they will take over the world:
Anyone can scroll through the list of the Young Global Leader’s class of 2021 by region. Here is the list representing North America:
- Daniel Ahn, Global Fellow, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, USA
- Peter Biar Ajak, Visiting Fellow and Adjunct Faculty, Africa Center for Strategic Studies, USA
- Adriana Cargill, Independent Radio Journalist, USA
- Arvan Chan, Senior Vice-President; Chief Operating Officer, International, Centene, USA
- Alexis Crow, Global Head, Geopolitical Investing, PwC, USA
- Abasi Ene-Obong, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, 54gene, USA
- Jocelyn Formsma, Executive Director, National Association of Friendship Centres, Canada
- Garlin Gilchrist II, Lieutenant Governor, State of Michigan, USA
- Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty, Senior Vice-President, Delivery, Uber Technologies, USA
- Megan Greenfield, Partner, McKinsey & Company, USA
- Jessica Jackson, Chief Advocacy Officer, Reform Alliance, USA
- Gadeer Kamal-Mreeh, Senior Special Envoy, North America, The Jewish Agency, USA
- Brian Kaufmann, Head, Private Investments; Portfolio Manager; Member of the Management Committee, Viking Global Investors, USA
- Conrod Kelly, Managing Director, Chile, Merck & Co., Inc, USA
- Ibram X Kendi, Director of the Center for Antiracist Research, Boston University, USA
- Haley Lowry, Global Sustainability Director, Dow, USA
- Lukas Nelson, Band Leader, Promise of The Real, USA
- Amit Paley, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director, The Trevor Project, USA
- Emily Serazin, Managing Director and Partner, Boston Consulting Group (BCG), USA
- Liam Sobey, Vice-President, Merchandising, Sobeys Inc., Canada
- Vasudha Vats, Vice-President, Pfizer, USA
- Hitesh Wadhwa, Vice-President, Sales and Strategic Initiatives, Tech Mahindra, USA
- David Alexander Walcott, Founder and Managing Partner, Novamed, USA
In the end, they will die. Their places in hell are reserved. I just wish they would leave the rest of us alone and stop ruining our lives. We’d rather not have to deal with them, but like the truckers, we can if we have to.
I may write more about this, but don’t want to get on their radar really. I know that I obey the law and they act like they are above it, but in the end they are not.