On 06 May 20, I wrote the article Making the Case for Treason and in that article, I delineated how the US was and continues to be in the midst of an asymmetrical, irregular, and undeclared war with its primary geopolitical and hegemonic rival and adversary, China.

I proclaimed President Donald J. Trump to be a wartime president under attack from within the internal US and externally in alignment and complete congruence with China’s national doctrine that included biowarfare as it’s stated and preferred doctrinal and primary warfare vector.

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I’ve spent countless hours threading all of the variables and factors of this asymmetrical, irregular, and undeclared war back to Chinese doctrine and my analysis of it.

What I wrote, which I sent to Tucker Carlson’s staff [explained in this article], exclusively stood alone at that time, and yet it went ignored despite hearing back from them with confirmation that the matter had been moved up to Carlson’s personal staff and they would soon be in touch.

This Glenn Beck segment was problematic in the sense that it played like a recapitulation of the broader Moonshine body of work. Writ large, it was the same work I sent Carlson in May 2020, only five months into the “pandemic” of enterprise fraud.

Later on 02 Mar 22, I bypassed the Fox interface and sent an appropriate introduction, content, and article links directly to Carlson via text message. It went to his personal cell phone. Carlson never replied to the unexpected text from someone he did not know.

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It’s interesting, is it not? Had Carlson latched on to what I sent him, he’d have been years ahead of the MSM like Moonshine loyalists have been. But he didn’t. Why?

Carlson reviewed the material and ignored it, or it never reached him despite promises to the contrary, or Carlson’s personal staff [and the staff at Fox, the original interface] is compromised.

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In part, it’s the same analysis and research that now serves my team led by Dr. Henry Ealy, sponsored by Oregon State Senators Dennis Linthicum [R] and Kim Thatcher [R], and litigated by Mr. Stephen Joncus. In early 2022, we filed a federal grand jury petition in the Ninth Circuit claiming and evidencing that COVID-19 is enterprise fraud.

The irony and interest arrives with Carlson’s recent explosive growth in popularity following his removal from the air by Fox and the subsequent legal wrangling that has ensued.

Why was Carlson booted? Wait for it… for telling the truth just like I sent him in May of 2020, just like Glenn Beck essentially read out on the air a year and a half later on Carlson’s show, just like it remains on-point to this very moment.

If he never received the information, he should have followed up on the text. If he did receive it, he [his staff] should have followed up on the information as promised. Neither happened, and that’s problematic.

Without elaborating more, it distills down to the most prominent truth-teller in the country once suppressing the truth himself, whether that be wittingly or unwittingly.

I’ll close by saying that I admire, respect, appreciate, and enjoy Carlson and his reporting, but I’m disappointed in the rest of it as outlined.

Tucker Carlson has firmly entrenched himself as an iconic figure for his time and one as a truth-teller who has clearly sewn himself into the cultural fabric of America.

As it would be, that cultural fabric is under extreme attack in this asymmetrical, irregular, and undeclared war I’ve written so much about.

Up is now down. Down is up. Left is right. Right is left. Black is white. White is black. Insane is normal. Normal is insane. Men are women. Women are men. Science is fiction. Conspiracy is truth. Minority is majority. Caucasians are evil. And everything is racist.

Here’s a sip of unmitigated insanity – a children’s choir was recently stopped mid-song for SINGING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM IN THE U.S. CAPITOL because it is considered offensive, said the Capitol Police.

Is that the same Capitol Police who entrapped innocent Americans on 06 Jan 21? Yes.

I digress. I could go on. You know the list.

As I’ve reiterated in about every article, the outcomes here include our conversion to Marxist communism, one-world government, and life hereafter on the technocratic global plantation.

The asymmetrical and irregular warfare vectors include things like Cloward-Piven strategy [1 2 3] and a deep and broad attack on American culture, and they take the form of cultural Marxism.

Let’s begin to understand cultural Marxism.


Sounds familiar relative to today, no?

“Cultural Marxism” is unquestionably hard to pin down. It would be nice if everyone could be, well, nice, as we all suffer the ideological folly of the men who devised the inane theories and perverse schools of thought which, for better or worse, have come to be known as “cultural Marxism.” Take it from someone who reads this poison for a living. These ideas are not merely confusing and vague but often incoherent, incomprehensible, rambling, meandering, and, first and foremost, utterly idiotic and completely destructive to mind and soul. When I slog through it, I think not of “trope” but “tripe.” It’s awful junk.

Here are some rudimentary facts:

First off, you will not find a foundational book from, say, the 1930s called The Cultural Marxism Manifesto. Maybe the best we can say is that cultural Marxism, for lack of a better term, is essentially, and very simply, Marxism applied to cultural goals. To repeat: Marxism applied to cultural goals. This is distinguished from the classical Marxism applied to economics or class goals. It is Marxist theory affixed to culture and thus referred to commonly and understandably as “cultural Marxism.”

Paul Kengor, American Spectator


Part II of Mr. Kengor’s piece can be read here [part I in the above source link.]

Race and sexuality are important aspects of any culture, so matters of racism and sexuality become tactical targets for any enemy deploying cultural Marxism as an attack vector to angle in on the US.

This is textbook doctrinal China.

This is a basic logical deduction without much room for other cogent arguments.

This accepted fact set compels us to closely examine and scrutinize both the “systemic racism” and the LGBQT agendas, the latter of which has recently seen its growth and intrusiveness explode like Tucker Carlson’s popularity. It’s in libraries, schools, churches, and elsewhere.

In both cases, it’s important to note that the victim classes are statistical minorities making the objective of sown division to bend their manufactured anger back against a much greater statistical majority. This is by tactical design.

Let’s apply some sense.

Students of factual history know about the Emancipation Proclamation, the 13th Amendment, the 15th Amendment, the Civil Rights movement, and on right up to a two-term black president in, Barack Obama.

Somehow, America became the most systemically racist nation imaginable, AFTER all of that.

That is illogical at its core.

Not even the FBI’s own crime statistics support the narrative. If we take those at face value according to gun homicide rates, the most racist and murderous group towards blacks is other blacks.


The cities in which the majority of blacks live are large metropolitan areas. Almost all of them have been under control by the same people hollering “RACIST!” for decades and driving the “systemic racism” agenda – progressive liberal Democrats. They are the cultural Marxists.

I drove about 35,000 miles through 23 states from 2022 to mid-2023. Ubiquitously, everywhere I went, virtually everyone I encountered or witnessed in public was polite and respectful to everyone else, no matter their sex or race.

I spent two months on South Padre Island as a statistical minority dominated by Hispanics. They were two of the most enjoyable months I’ve ever had. The island folks are warm, hospitable, caring, and polite. Not a whiff of anything but people treating others as they wished to be treated.

The America I traveled to was just like America is supposed to be and completely antithetical to the “systemic racism” and LGBTQ assertions and narrative.

The manufactured narrative that the US LGBTQ population is under attack is a product of manufactured scenarios.

By forcing the agenda down peoples’ throats via mandating things such as the use of ones preferred or made-up pronouns, intruding on spaces that should be free from the agenda content such as schools, libraries, and churches, etc., they are also manufacturing dissent and push-back from folks who just want to be left alone.

The dissent and push-back are then converted into narrative/headline fuel to continue feeding the agenda furnace. From there, it’s cyclical.

Most folks simply want to have a say in what their children receive in this content area by choice of self-delivery, while they regard schools, libraries, and churches as inappropriate locations for such.

Most folks don’t care what others think, believe, and practice; including the full spectrum of human sexuality, right up until it’s crammed down their throats, forced onto their children, or they are required to espouse or comply with it or face retribution.

None of this equates to an attack in any way, shape, or form.

From what I’ve seen, those attacked most often are those that insist on making their very personal and private sexuality decisions other people’s very public business, and aggressively so.

That’s not an attack. Rather, it’s an example of reaping what you sow.

Constitutional protections guarantee everyone freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, and freedom of association.

The Constitution does not entitle one to intrude or encroach on others’ freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, and freedom of association.

It’s incumbent upon us to remember that entities like public schools are a function of the state and local governments.

On the other hand, culture is a function of the people.

When the culture is interceded on by clearly defined groups with concretely outlined agendas, THAT IS AN ATTACK.

This attack arrives in the US in the form of cultural Marxism [1 2 3 4], and it’s laser-focused on sowing division and infighting as a precursory softening of the populace as a tactical target.

The “systemic racism” and LGBQT agendas are vectors in this asymmetrical, irregular, and undeclared war leveraging the CCP’s brand of cultural Marxism.

Acknowledging that “systemic racism” extends to other sub-populations, if I could only communicate one message to the black community and similarly to the LGBTQ community, it would be this:

“The US is under attack by foreign and domestic enemies that are leveraging cultural Marxism to influence, manipulate and exploit your populations to detrimental ends.
They don’t care about you; in the end, they always eat their own.
On the other hand, your fellow Americans do care about you. For those of you in these communities who have their dukes up to defend against an attack that isn’t coming, our dukes were never up. Let’s drop them, find some common ground, behave like proper Americans, and LIVE AND LET LIVE while UNITING TO GET OUR COUNTRY BACK.”

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We’ll close with a litmus test.

Take what we know about cultural Marxism and the accepted fact set to plug the variables into one aspect of Chinese doctrine by examining these quotes from Chinese general Sun Tzu and his The Art of War.

Analyze and decipher meaning of these Sun Tzu quotes to see their relevance to today with respect to the common sense points I’ve outlined about this asymmetrical, irregular, and undeclared war we find ourselves amidst.

“The art of war is of vital importance to the State. It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected.”

“In battle, there are not more than two methods of attack–the direct and the indirect; yet these two in combination give rise to an endless series of maneuvers.”

“To fight and conquer in all our battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.”

“To secure ourselves against defeat lies in our own hands, but the opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself.”

“The whole secret lies in confusing the enemy so that he cannot fathom our real intent.”

“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.”

“The wise warrior avoids the battle.”

“The greatest victory is that which requires no battle.”

“The opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself.”

“If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant. If he is taking his ease, give him no rest. If his forces are united, separate them. If sovereign and subject are in accord, put division between them. Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected.”

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”

Chinese General Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Cultural Marxism is ravaging America by leveraging manufactured “systemic racism” and LGBTQ agendas. It has Americans pitted, divided, and fighting themselves so enemies like China don’t have to, at least for now.

It’s binary.

We drop all of the manufactured chaos and sown division to unite and come together as proper Americans embracing our cultural heritage as revolutionaries to fight and get our country back -OR- we keep hating each other for no good reason while enjoying life on the technocratic global plantation.

Easy decision. Choose wisely.


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