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The Revenge of the Illusionists at the Whim of the Deluded
Doug “Uncola” Lynn

“Our impulses are being redirected. We are living in an artificially induced state of consciousness that resembles sleep… The poor and the underclass are growing. Racial justice and human rights are nonexistent. They have created a repressive society and we are their unwitting accomplices. Their intention to rule rests with the annihilation of consciousness. We have been lulled into a trance. They have made us indifferent to ourselves…, to others…, we are focused only on our own gain. Please understand they are safe as long as they are not discovered. That is their primary method of survival: To keep us asleep, keep us selfish, keep us sedated.”

– “They Live” (1988), John Carpenter, Universal Pictures, Release date: November 4, 1988

John Carpenter’s cult classic film “They Live” foreshadowed our current time in so many ways. The story told of disguised freaks appearing human while consolidating control over the upper echelons of society. To do this, they lulled the masses to sleep via advertising and materialism. The electronic media acted as a hypnotist’s watch on lethargic plebeians as they were cajoled into a dreamlike state, treated like puppets, and surveilled – by flying drones no less.

Given our current circumstances today the movie would be considered non-fiction; except with the truth-tellers on the still-free internet acting as the good guy media hackers distributing the sunglasses in the film that allowed the freaks to be seen in all their loathsome hideousness.

In “They Live”, the media hackers and sunglasses allowed the public to see behind the curtain, so to speak, which is a phrase taken from another film, “The Wizard of Oz”. It was when Dorothy and friends could see the wizard after a curtain fell and revealing him to be just a man operating technological buttons, levers, and a microphone in order to cast illusions upon the inhabitants of Oz.

And here’s the point of these cinematic parables:  The grotesque freaks from “They Live” and the wizard from the “Wizard of Oz” knew what they were doing as they purposefully deceived the citizens in their respective worlds; and the deceiving con artists did this so as to consolidate power and maintain control over whom they perceived to be dupes.

Sound familiar?

Because whenever we hear elected officials, talking heads in the media, and former and current high-ranking officials in the government pontificating regarding Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on FISA abuse as having found no evidence of political bias, we just know it’s a pack of lies.

They know what they are doing. And they know what they have done.

Although Horowitz gave the wizards and freaks the talking points they desired, the report was damning, to say the least, and it validated what we red-pilled denizens on the still-free internet understand happened during the 2016 Presidential Election as well as the ensuing treachery that later became the Mueller investigation.

And just as former FBI Director James Comey took to Twitter and The Washington Post to announce his vindication, both Attorney General Bill Barr and his “hand-picked US Attorney, John Durham, issued statements disagreeing with the IG’s conclusions”:

The Inspector General’s report now makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken…

– U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr – December 9, 2019

I have the utmost respect for the mission of the Office of Inspector General and the comprehensive work that went into the report prepared by Mr. Horowitz and his staff.  However, our investigation is not limited to developing information from within component parts of the Justice Department.  Our investigation has included developing information from other persons and entities, both in the U.S. and outside of the U.S.  Based on the evidence collected to date, and while our investigation is ongoing, last month we advised the Inspector General that we do not agree with some of the report’s conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened.

– U.S. Attorney John Durham – December 9, 2019

In a later NBC interview, Attorney General Barr further clarified his views on Horowitz’s consistent predilections toward blind, deaf, and dumb justice:

But Barr argued that Horowitz didn’t look very hard, and that the inspector general accepted the FBI’s explanations at face value.

“All he said was, people gave me an explanation and I didn’t find anything to contradict it … he hasn’t decided the issue of improper motive,” Barr said. “I think we have to wait until the full investigation is done.”

Barr said he stood by his assertion that the Trump campaign was spied on, noting that the FBI used confidential informants who recorded conversations with Trump campaign officials.

In his December 11, 2019 testimony tightrope act before the U.S. Senate, Horowitz said he preferred the term “surveillance” over “spying” and, to his credit, retroactively annulled former FBI Director Comey’s self-vindication with this statement:

I think the activities we found here don’t vindicate anybody who touched this FISA.

Even so, 17 violations identified in the Horowitz report of which reporter John Solomon had added some further clarification:

The Appendix identifies a total of 51 Woods procedure violations from the FISA application the FBI submitted to the court authorizing surveillance of former Trump campaign aide Carter Page starting in October 2016.

A whopping nine of those violations fell into the category called: “Supporting document shows that the factual assertion is inaccurate.”

For those who don’t speak IG parlance, it means the FBI made nine false assertions to the FISA court. In short, what the bureau said was contradicted by the evidence in its official file.

To put that in perspective, former Trump aides Mike Flynn and George Papadopoulos were convicted of making single false statements to the bureau. One went to jail already, and the other awaits sentencing.

The FBI made nine false statements to the court.

And, of course, all of the errors and omissions were made against Team Trump.  Does that seem random to you?  What were the odds?

But no political bias. Right. Got it.

To be sure, the Wizards of Obama engaged in third world tactics and the unseen freaks in the highest levels of The Establishment planned to consolidate their power under Hillary.

In describing the current narrative of this sordid tale, it would appear that Donald Trump was elected to chew bubble-gum and kick ass.  And the president is out of bubble-gum.

The films “They Live” and “The Wizard of Oz” are constructive lens by which to view what’s happening in the ongoing reality TV show of American politics because they distill any psyops and narratives down to true versus false as opposed to Republican versus Democrat; even if the movies arefiction.

Is everything we are now witnessing in American politics occurring naturally? Or is there something else going on?

Regardless, like true versus false, or life versus death, perhaps conservativeversus Marxist is also a valid ideological construct upon which we can depend.

To the Hive Mind, politics is survival. It’s why it so passionately politicizes everything from NFL football, to Hollywood, to the weather, to education, to pre-school children’s library readings hosted by gender-fluid freaks.

Maybe this also explains why the Marxists so often win politically in their efforts to repeatedly establish their vision of utopia on this blue orb – because they can’t afford to lose. It is, in fact, the root of Trump Derangement Syndrome, on being “triggered”, and explains snowflakedom: Their worldview is all or nothing; even if only based on delusions, color, and genitals.

It is the new religion. Or, perhaps, even an old one.

Regardless, as of now, if you look into the eyes of Pelosi, Maddow, Biden, Nadler, Schiff and crew you will see hints of desperation. And fear. It’s why Pelosi had her recent meltdown when someone asked if she hated Trump. It’s also why Biden lost it when a guy in New Hampton Iowa recently asked him about Ukraine. It’s why media activist Chuck Todd went nuclear on Senator Ted Cruz over Ukraine. And why the head of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee has invalidated one possible outcome of the next presidential election.

These freaks know exactly what they are doing. And they know exactly what they have done. But they would be powerless if not for the dupes.

Indeed.  The recently announced articles of impeachment by congressional Democrats, the complete collapse of the corporate mainstream media into Fake News, and the cries of vindication over the Horowitz Report – all represent the revenge of the illusionists by the whim of the deluded. It’s like watching a clown car fueled by the vapid dreams of fools driving over a cliff.

A reader of my blog e-mailed me an article whereby the author phrased it thusly:

While some are waking up to this reality the vast swath of those self-described progressives and liberals are oblivious.  Thus, the socialist radicals have power far beyond their numbers.

In other words, those in power and their minions know full well what they are doing and the rest of America is a bunch of f*cking idiots.

Therefore the Kavanaugh-ification of American politics will continue.  And, as the nation further declines. Those on the Political Left have progressively politicizedpolarized, and pulverized every institution in the United States.

And everything they touch sours.

As Horowitz has proven in his report, the DoJ and FBI were weaponized against a presidential candidate and the FISA process was undermined completely.


You can call me Douglas Lynn, or Doug for short, but I prefer my effervescing online moniker of “Uncola”. Welcome to The Toll Online where I hope you will enjoy my sweet and bubbly personality.

I consider myself as one who has found the Road Less Traveled while remaining a whiskered, whispering witness to the world.  I enjoy long walks, lively talks, surfing the interwebs and writing down my thoughts.  My favorite drink used to be a 14, also known as a Seven and Seven, but now I just take it as a Seven.

Whatever is written and/or posted here:

May it ring true,

May it ring loudly,

May it resonate near and far;

And, in the end,

May it be worth the Price, and time Spent.

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