July 22, 2019

When Selfish “Media Servants” Out Selfish “Public Servants”

Peggy Noonan, a media shill of which I am not a big fan, writes an article about selfish public servants, i.e. politicians. Pay close attention to everything she writes and if you do, you will continue to put money in her pocket and allow her to continue on her path of shilling for the Council on Foreign Relations-controlled media that she works for, either directly or indirectly. Because as you get lost in her words, your attention is taken away from the real problems and that is the intent. This piece is typical feel good, solutionless media garbage that only detracts non-thinking humans, that is, those who can put down their cell phones long enough to read anything worthwhile.

There is a lesson here, but a rare few will learn it, a large number won’t get it and the majority won’t care or know anything about its existence.

Noonan wants to blame the problems in Washington on selfishness.

There isn’t a staffer on the Hill who won’t tell you 90% of members are driven by their own needs, wants and interests, not America’s.

Is she wrong? No, of course not. Selfishness in any person is a destructive instrument. But why are so many people selfish? If you read this article, there’s nothing to suggest the root cause or even any cure. It is laced with saying all the right things, that is those things many Americans love to give lip service to but let’s face it, they are parroting what someone like Ms. Noonan said and she, in turns, reparrots, what the parrots said because she understands they like the sound of it and it pays the bills.

Notice also that the intimation of any “blame” is never directed at anyone or specific area; it’s just Washington or politicians. A well-paid and well-CFR-controlled media echo operates no differently than the lying politicians she calls selfish. All politicians, when answering media’s questions, will refer to “Washington”, as some entity that the politician being interviewed is not a part of. This is a comfortable move because the media person is not going to ask the obvious question because they both work for the same ruling establishment that is much responsible for Peggy Noonan saying public servants are selfish. It’s a vicious loop, designed to not allow anyone else inside.

The cure is simple actually. Selfishness is only a symptom of the real larger problem. Our society today, is the result of years of mind control and brainwashing. Few people know how to think. We are very good at believing and doing what we are told. That’s why Noonan offers no cure, only to point out what those of us who are not party to the nonsense already understand. The cure would end the existence of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Club of Rome, Knights of Malta, Freemasonry and all those “secret” clubs directed by Satan himself through the Church of Rome and the Black Pope. Then a Peggy Noonan would be free to write anything that was really on her mind without fear of retribution should she overstep her boundaries.

We have become worshipers of men, of earthly objects and of earth itself. We worship the creation and not the Creator. We are told from birth that we can be anything, that we can even be like god and in some cases a god. What more can epitomize selfishness than that? Selfishness is a sin and is not of God.

Today, this country honors (worships in some cases) Martin Luther King, Jr. As a people we honor (worship) many people and things and yet this same society has bred the likes of God the Almighty, Yehwah, our Creator, out of all that we do. In short, we have turned our backs on the One who created us all. Everything outside of that is anti Christ, and against our God and Creator of Earth. And with it breeds selfishness.

It is much from the planned efforts of media and education, that we are what we have become and we have nobody to blame but ourselves. We allowed it. Noonan and most all others offer nothing. Their words are an echo chamber and yet we listen and then repeat. You read her words and go away believing everyone else is selfish, with no hope for the future. What is the point?

There is a solution. It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a man who has turned from God to understand the mess he has put himself in.

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