Tulsi Gabbard Discusses Weaponized Government
In politics, it’s hard to know who to trust anymore, but a lot of what Tulsi Gabbard has to say resonates.
When you look at permanent Washington, what you see very prominently placed is the national security state and the mainstream media. It’s hard not to be skeptical, when you look at their tactics and their timing, to really question what their motives are. To leverage their power and their influence to have an impact on these midterm elections that voters will be going to vote at in just a few weeks, and to do what they have already stated publicly is their objective, which is to prevent Donald Trump from running for president in 2024.
This is not something new. We only have to go back to the recent past to remember that these are the very same people who deceived the American people for years, trying to get us to believe that Trump was an agent of Russia and that he stole the 2016 election.
These are the same people going after parents and patriots and targeting them as extremists and as people who are “enemies of the state”… dissenters, opponents. These are the very same people who want to censor us and control what information we can see and hear and say through their so-called Ministry of Truth, which by the way hasn’t gone away, it’s still there, it’s just there by a different name. So the American people are seeing that this is not just a one-off situation. It’s just a serious escalation of the dangerous trend we’ve seen of the politicization of public institutions that exist to serve the public good, but are instead being leveraged for power and political gain by those in power.
… Those who exist in what is often called the Deep State, the permanent Washington as you referred to it, are people who believe that We the People exist to serve them rather then them existing to serve the people, so they will stop at nothing in order to protect the power that is that permanent Washington. And dangerously, they’ve got that national security state that is their enforcement arm to do so.
It’s refreshing to hear someone poke holes in mainstream narratives and acknowledge some of the things people are witnessing and experiencing.
But I won’t hang my hopes on any one voice or leader. I’ve been burned before. I’m not into party politics, but I was excited about Obama. I really liked Elizabeth Warren for a while. And Bernie Sanders, well I believed he was going to “be the change” for a while. It’s been a REALLY bumpy ride and I’m still nauseous from it.
All of it makes me a little more cautious… people tend to get compromised on their way up the political ladder. And then people are quick to point out Tulsi’s link to Klaus Schwab.
I don’t know what to make of that. It does give me pause.
Here are some of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders who have climbed the ranks of U.S. politics. I think it’s reasonable to be wary of of the global leaders and influencers among YGL alumni given the “You will own nothing and you will be happy” future the WEF is designing for us hackable humans.
But following the ad hominem attacks and accusations of being a foreign agent, I find my way back to her voice and something rings true.
In the back of my mind, Noam Chomsky’s voice (another bumpy ride and another reason not to become too attached to any voice) looms…
"The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum...."
Is this part of another staged and limited lively debate? Maybe. I guess we’ll see.
I’m not attached to Tulsi. I’m trying not to be attached to any one voice.
But I’m listening.