At a time when everyone should be out in the streets shaking the earth and protesting the Trump administration's prosecution of Julian Assange for exposing US war crimes, those who continue to support this president have one message and one message only when it comes
I have been saying all year that the 8chan phenomenon known as "QAnon" is bogus, and as time has gone on the evidence has become overwhelming that it is an establishment psyop designed to herd the populist right into accepting the narratives and agendas of the
The real power in the United States rests with the unelected alliance of plutocrats and intelligence/defense agencies, so true revolution has nothing to do with impeaching or supporting the US president.Article: The Real Revolution Has Nothing To Do With Donald Trumphttps://soundcloud.com/going_rogue/ep-82-the-real-revolution-has-nothing-to-do-with-donald-trump
It's been a weird last couple of days. I wrote an article about WikiLeaks' dismissal of "QAnon", the anonymous 8chan poster that hundreds of thousands of conspiracy newbies believe is sharing secret, coded information about Donald Trump's heroic war against the US deep state.Ever since
Caitlin and Tim talk about the sandman effect the QAnon psyop has had on Trump's base, and about the latest aggressions from the fascist creep Adam Schiff.[embed]https://soundcloud.com/going_rogue/ep-81-wikileaks-calls-qanon-a-pied-piper-op-and-adam-schiff-is-an-evil-bug-eyed-fascist[/embed]Article 1: WikiLeaks Calls QAnon A Likely ‘Pied Piper’ OperationArticle 2: Adam Schiff Is An Evil Bug-Eyed Fascist
A few months back I started having bizarre interactions on social media of a kind I'd never experienced previously. Suddenly, whenever I'd write about President Trump's nonstop warmongering and capitulations to longstanding neoconservative agendas like implementing aggressive new cold war escalations against Russia along multiple
As anyone could have predicted, my recent article about Trump being another Obama has been getting some backlash from both sides of America’s imaginary partisan divide, which is fine. What I found interesting though is which factions within those groups have found the idea most offensive.