There’s been a lot of scary talk lately. Talk of confronting the Russians, and threatening a military response to their cyber-attacks. Not surprisingly the global atmosphere has become shrill and tense. Certainly more tense than anyone should find acceptable, given that a war between Russia and America could signal the end of civilization.
Given the importance of maintaining some sort of equipoise in our relationship with Putin and the Russians, don’t you find it strange, if not startling, that one of America’s two major political parties would loudly blame the Russians for hacking their emails without any proof? That’s exactly what the DNC did exactly one whole day after their hacked were leaked. An obvious PR ploy to distract from the damning content the emails revealed.
Well, they were successful in drawing attention away from the fact the DNC had rigged the primaries in Hillary’s favor. But at what cost? Intentionally or not, they had also taken us one step closer to nuclear confrontation with Russia. Big wars often start with small steps. Small steps such as false accusations and name-calling like the DNC—and later the government—took in accusing Putin of interfering in our elections.
Where was the statesmanship? The sense of proportion? Or even the common sense? Was it worth picking a fight with a prickly Putin, especially when we’re already confronting him in Syria, to misguidedly protect the DNC’s slut-level reputation?
Apparently it was.
Please stop what you’re doing and think about this.
It’s imperative we consider the information we were given by the actions of the Hillary Clinton Campaign. It’s easy to analyze; we won’t need a computer. By thoughtlessly, and dangerously, publicly accusing the Russians of interfering in our election—with no proof to back up the accusation—the woman who wants to be our next president has shown she cares more about getting elected than safeguarding the security of our country?.
Or the world, for that matter.
Please vote for JILL STEIN.
Read my “HILLARY CHRONICLES,” ten essays about David (Bernie) getting shafted by Goliath (Hillary) and her merry band of Philistines. The ten essays (in order of appearance): “BRAND SUICIDE, the Destruction of the Democratic Brand in 2016,” “The CDC Issues “CLINTON TOXICITY ALERT!” Warns Contact Could Prove Fatal To One’s Reputation,” “DEMOCRATS USE RUSSIANS AS SHIELD TO RE-FOCUS EMAIL STORY—PR PLOY OF THE CENTURY,” “IS THAT YOUR IDEA OF AN APOLOGY?” AND “DON’T BLAME ME IF I CRITICIZE HILLARY.” “Battle For The Presidency: The Gonzo Versus The Gonif,“ “Sorry Bernie, We Still Can’t Trust Hillary,” “Sorry Hillary, We Can Never Forget—or Forgive—Your Stealing The Nomination,” “CONNECTING THE DOTS”, The Frightening Underbelly of the 2016 Presidential Election, “THE AUDACITY OF AUDACITY, the stealing of the American presidency 2016”
Also, my post for young aspiring journalists looking to avoid the obvious pitfalls of working in corporate media: How To Spot A Stolen Presidential Election.
And lastly, to relive those glorious days of the Bernie campaign, check out mine and Bill Dahlgren’s .“CHANNELING BERNIE,” ad campaign. 51 glorious ads in pursuit of the real American Dream.