I’m sure there are some of you out there that think my pessimism is a gimmick or that because the name of my channel is “BlackPilled” that all my content has to have this kind of defeatist slant to it, but if that’s what you think it just means you are not familiar with my earlier work when I had a lot more optimism. That all changed several months ago, when the miners canary died. I said publicly that if Trump held back the JFK documents in any way we were in trouble.
And sure enough to this day they still haven’t all been released and the documents that were released were highly redacted when they were supposed to be released in full. That’s when I knew that Hillary would never face the music. If we can’t get justice for a murdered president from 50 years ago there’s no way in hell we’re going to get justice for Seth Rich. That’s just the way it is and quite frankly we need more people coming to terms with this because it’s going to have to get worse before it gets better and the people’s ability to see the reality of the situation is going to determine what that looks like. In other words, the more addled by the opiates the people are, the more extreme the rock bottom is going to have to be. It’s the same way for addicts. For example, someone who rarely drinks might stop drinking all together if they get a DUI, whereas an alcoholic might have to lose their job their family, everything they have before they hit rock bottom and make a change. Society is no different. The more in denial the people are, the worse things are going to have to get before we hit rock bottom and they wake up. And that’s only half the problem.
The other half of the problem is that we no longer have any institutions that can be trusted and in fact we have several powerful institutions that are hostile to truth for the public and justice for criminals, in fact the institutions whose duty it is to protect and uphold the law are the very institutions that are the biggest danger to the law. We saw this happen with the media, the media whose job we supposed all these years was to inform us, turns out was employed to do quite the opposite. When this became obvious to most Americans we had the dumb luck of living in a time where average citizens could become journalists and fill that void, combat the lies and propaganda of the billionaires. People have stepped up when they discovered that journalists were not doing their jobs. But what can people do when law enforcement is not doing their jobs? When the intelligence community is not doing it’s job?
You know, it wasn’t that long ago that vigilante justice was a common occurrence in this country. You might even say this country was born out of vigilante justice. But those times are long gone. You can’t even discuss such matters without being labeled a domestic terrorist because the people that are supposed to be protecting the constitution from those who would do it harm are instead protecting the people that revile the constitution from people like you.
This is why it must get worse. Because in the surveillance state that we live in, it would be very difficult for any kind of vigilante movement to communicate effectively enough to get anything done. The risk of detection would be very high, so any kind of organized movement would lose momentum before it even got going unless things were so bad, that even the average person would be willing to risk whatever opiates they are given by their globalist employers or the state. The table scraps would have to become so unappetizing that they could no longer serve as a deterrent. I suspect until that time, there will be seemingly random individuals that boil over and do something extreme from time to time, and that might accelerate things to the bottom, but at the end of the day things need to be so bad that society wakes up one morning in a puddle of its own bodily fluids and has that moment of clarity, that moment of surprise that they woke up at all, that moment of panic that they might not get this chance again, an unshakable sense of urgency shouting silently that if something doesn’t change now, we won’t get another chance.
The frustration of course is There are those of us that already hear this voice. but until that voice is heard by others we are damned to watch things come apart like a car accident shot with a high speed camera. All we can really do is buckle up.