The Play For Totalitarianism.
With the pardoning of Roger Stone, an unmistakable template of recognition has morphed into the execution of the Totalitarianism endgame. More than likely in “backrooms” laced with shadows , echoing the web of the best laid plans, this was set in motion well before 2016. The explicit parties involved and precise language of that moment, is of little importance at this specific time. What chronology does demand of us is the understanding and willingness to act now, to prevent this toxic outcome’s success. All the accumulated moments of defiance, corruption, in-action, complicity, arrogance, and the criminality of those vested interests, have been showing themselves in all the places where they needed to be vetted and refined, waiting for the unexpected massive global opportunistic third variable, that would allow the final execution to burn true. All the necessary institutions have been penetrated and controlled to impotence, leaving only one open channel for orders to flow. The famous spoken carve-out phrase of Ben Franklin, “….If you can keep it”, is finally being answered with a “you can’t”. To foot note a dialog segment from the movie, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, near the end when the Sociopath/Psychotic murderer (Stellan Skarsgård) is speaking to Daniel Craig’s character sitting in the death chair:
“….Let me ask you something. Why don’t people trust their instincts? They sense somethings wrong – someone’s walking too close behind them - You knew something was wrong - but you came back into the house. Did I force you? Did I drag you in? No. All I had to do was.. offered you a drink. You’d never think the fear of offending can be stronger than the fear of pain - but you know what? It is. They always come willingly. And then they sit here. They know it’s over like.. you do - But somehow.. they still think they have a chance. Maybe if I say the right thing - Maybe if I’m polite - or I cry and beg - when I see the hope draining from their face like it is from yours right now –“.
Why I quote this dialog, is that in a poignant way, it illustrates the human willingness to ignore what it sees to be true and inevitable, preferring the illusion of safety over the necessary mind to force sufficient emotion and energy to do what is known to be necessary, believing the fear and danger to overcome at this moment, is greater than the fear and danger of what will.