The World Economic Forum Must Control Elections Worldwide to Implement their Plan for Global Domination: The lessons learned from Hillary Clinton

If you search my site here of Hillary Clinton’s name, you will see that I have written hundreds of articles about her guilt and corruption, all of which have turned out to be true. It has taken, in some cases, six years to uncover some of the crimes. Some of her crimes, especially regarding Benghazi, have not been adequately investigated, but time will prove them all to be true. While I enjoy the Glenn Beck’s of the world and Alex Jones’s work, I would distinguish what I have done for over a decade to be much different. I purposely work to keep theater out of my statements, even though the things I say may sound like radical conspiracy theories. How they sound is only relevant to the experience of the consumer of the information. The relevancy of what I say obviously is something I consider essential. Otherwise, I wouldn’t mention it. From my perspective, if I’m talking about it, it’s something you should be concerned about. When I talked about Obama and his illegal presidency, or the crimes of the Clinton family, or the crimes of the current Biden family, election fraud, manufactured viruses like Covid was and distributed by our own people to help the Desecrators of Davos change the world to global communism, I have no plans to say in the future, “oh, my bad. That never came true.” Instead, I expect everything to be proven true, just as this Hillary Clinton case has proven concerning the Sussman trial, which revealed that Hillary Clinton actively promoted the Russian conspiracy with the Trump campaign and many millions of dollars wasted with four years of Hell that followed a properly elected presidency. All because she wanted power and was throwing a fit because she didn’t get it. Never underestimate the evil people will perform to gain power over others. 

So when I say that everyone should expect the World Economic Forum supporters to attempt to use the Monkey Pox or some other virus as a way to try Coronavirus shutdowns 2.0 before the Midterm elections in 2022, I say it with the meaning to take it seriously. I watched all the coverage from this year’s World Economic Forum from Davos this year, and they are clearly delusional. They are not paying attention to global trends toward populism, and it’s not hard to read between the lines as to why. I’ve said it for a while now, the Democrats in America, and the progressives around the world, have no plans for America ever to have a fair election again. They got caught stealing the 2022 election, as the evidence from the movie 2000 Mules shows clearly. For anybody who wants to debate that fact, just interview those 2000 Mules and trace where their money came from to harvest ballots to put Joe Biden into the White House. With the same confidence that I’ve said everything about Hillary Clinton that has come true, Facebook will turn out to be the bank that paid the cash to all the election fraud mules, and they should all go to jail for what they did to our country. If we had a law enforcement system that wasn’t beyond corruption, the next step for 2000 Mules would be massive investigations and trials in congress. It might take a decade for everyone to admit to it finally, but eventually, they will. But ultimately, it wasn’t just Zuckerberg who stole the 2020 election, it was the entire group of the Desecrators of Davos who did, and for that, we must focus our anger.

The World Economic Forum spent much of the last week of May 2022 talking about its elaborate plans for global domination. But what they didn’t talk about was their need to control all elections worldwide to make it happen. There is no way for them to get votes from the world to support their efforts. There is an assumption in their meeting that voters won’t have a say in their efforts. And it is that aspect of their candor that we should be most alarmed about. At local and state levels, I would caution all public officials to role-play what the next pandemic will be. There is no question that this is why the Biden administration is flirting with giving over American sovereignty to the World Health Organization so that they can manage lockdowns from a centralized United Nations source. They watched how Americans reacted to Covid and the vaccine mandates. That is why the WHO is being tasked with managing future pandemics, taking constitutional law out of the hands of American courts, and placing them into global governance. That means that it will take local officials to challenge their state governors in the future with constitutional challenges, especially those that come from the World Health Organization and the United Nations. The apparent plan is to use another manufactured crisis, just as Covid-19 was manufactured and released by communist China with the help of Bill Gates and Dr. Fauci, as proven in the book, The Real Anthony Fauci by Robert Kennedy Jr., to change election laws and prevent a free and open election in the fall of 2022. The World Economic Forum characters are counting on that to save them from a wave of populism that will destroy all their plans. 

Knowing what the plan is and learning from the past, not to just dismiss something that seems outrageous only to turn out to be true, America at every local level needs to consider the lessons of the Doctrine of Lesser Magistrates to challenge any legal assumptions that might come from the direction of the World Health Organization and ultimately, the World Economic Forum. Their plans are obvious, they already have our CDC and Biden administration in their corner, and none of them can afford a real election in America this coming November. So now is the time to role-play just as they do for implementing viruses, as they have just done with the Monkey Pox. We must role-play our counteraction against their methods with legal challenges of our own. Instead of accepting an Executive Order health emergency to shut down our economy this coming fall to hide the terrible inflation numbers and the impact of actual in-person voting, we must have a legal challenge ready before the executive orders are even written or before a blue state governor like Ohio has in DeWine attempts to use emergency power to take control of everything, all in an effort to manipulate the election results that might put a wet blanket over the World Economic Forum’s plans for global communism and dominion of all national sovereignties. The lessons we have learned from the past have been costly. So this time, lets put them to good use; let’s learn from history and be ready for them when they do attack through the back door of emergency powers because they have no choice but to try. We are not dealing with honest people; these are international criminals who seek protection from justice by world domination, so let’s not take them lightly, as many did with Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton is a product of these criminals; she’s small potatoes. The big cats are in this Desecrators of Davos group, and they are out for blood. They have told us so, so take them at their word and take nothing for granted. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Power of the MAGA Movement: Government can’t hide their crimes like they used to

It’s safe to save that Dr. Oz won his primary against the challengers because of the Trump endorsement. I thought David McCormick was the better candidate for that senate seat in Pennsylvania, but President Trump picked the tv star, probably more out of sentiment than practicality. Otherwise, Dr. Oz wouldn’t have had a chance, and now no matter what happens with the election count, people will always remember that he won. The same can be said of the David Purdue situation in Georgia, with all the early voting and interest from MAGA, even as the establishment forces have lined up for their own version of the Alamo, going all-in on backing Kemp to keep the election fraud there under wraps. What is astonishing to many is the power of the MAGA movement, which the Biden administration has finally realized isn’t going away, so they have been attacking it increasingly. None of the political insiders thought Trump picks would be doing this well into the primary season. They desperately hope for a loss that can embarrass the movement and chip away at Trump’s endorsement power. But the action itself is far more complicated than Trump. Trump didn’t make the movement; the movement made Trump. I have been following the freedom movement all of my life. Specifically, the Tea Party days directly merged into this change state with Trump at its head. But I could additionally point back to the late 80s going into that 1992 election. I campaigned for Ross Perot back then, so this pushback against establishment politics isn’t new. It’s been around for a while, and no matter what we call it, MAGA, or Mega MAGA, or King Maga, or whatever, acceptance of global institutionalism has been on the chopping block for most of the last century. It is culminating to this point in history. 

In many ways, the crimes we have seen in government which have everyone on edge, were always going on. But the pressure of Trump and the MAGA movement itself has created these unforced errors. We always knew Hillary was breaking the law with her emails. We knew she was trying to sabotage the election of 2016 with the Russia hoax and her disciples in the liberalized media. For many years they denied it, but now it’s coming out in court. The same is happening with election fraud. Criminals tend to deny, deny, deny, even when caught. Our prisons are filled with people declaring their innocence, even though most were convicted with hard evidence. We have trusted politicians too much, and they have evolved into an oligarch class, and things got out of control. And to keep the other crimes they have been caught in suppressed, they have had to commit even more crimes, to the point we are in now where all the ugliness is out in the open for all to see, and we can still see them saying, “nothing to see here.” As the world burns behind them. The latest crime is this adherence to the green agenda religion with deliberate sabotage of the American infrastructure to destroy food supplies and drive up energy costs.   The whole scheme is a last-ditch effort to destroy the American economy before there is another election where they will lose their leverage by controlling all the houses of congress. 

Never underestimate what the bad guys are willing to do to hide their massive crimes. I will remind everyone that they have openly killed people and destroyed their lives to hatch their plans, specifically with Covid. They will try the same thing before this upcoming election, especially as they see the kind of candidates that still support Trump this far from the 2020 election. What the political world sees coming from the MAGA movement is terrifying to them, like any criminal would if they knew the cops were about to catch them.   They will fight with everything they have in the tank to avoid another election in America where the people actually speak. They have been caught stealing the 2020 election, and obviously, many others and people are waking up to it, and the pressure is terrifying to them. It’s so scary that the pressure is causing them to make a lot of forced errors, leaving us scratching our heads at how stupid much of it is. But when you see them reading from the playbook in such desperation, it’s obvious how guilty they have always been. The crimes are coming in so fast now that people just can’t process them fast enough. The testimony by Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, was a major dagger into her guilt. But it goes much further than that. And to cover up each of these crimes, most of the Beltway culture is looking more and more guilty, meaning their coverups have to be more ostentatious by the week, even the sell-out Republicans like Mitch McConnell. He is really struggling to find his place in this new MAGA universe.

But I would say that it’s not new. Trump could come and go, but the desire by voters would be the same. I remember passing out 10,000 Perot promotions on Fountain Square in Cincinnati during lunch in 1992, just four years after Reagan left office, and the country was only so-so on George Bush, the elder. The Karl Rove types loved Bush because he stood for the two or three issues that they thought represented conservative politics, support of businesses, and a stance against abortion. But the need for good conservative, “American” politics was so much deeper than that. People always wanted a party that represented America first. It just took many decades of evolution to get it. The extremes of the Obama insurgency shaped the parameters into usefulness. It shocked people into supporting their own shock and awe president, the TV star and casino owner, Donald Trump.   It would be a similar personality in the future, but the rules of conduct are the same. America first, and to fly the flag proudly. That movement is not going away, and for those in conventional political circles, things are never going back to what they thought they were. The MAGA movement is growing by the day, and with each failure by the current government. The supply chain failures, high gas prices, and woke politics are all things that Americans will not accept. And they aren’t going to accept the new lockdowns that the government is planning to stop the fall election with the Monkey pox outbreak or whatever else they manufacture as a bioweapon in some Chinese lab.

People have been burnt by this recent American government and the world’s governments, and they want freedom from their stupidity. The more the governments hang on to loot off the efforts of the good, the more resentment there will be. That is why the Trump endorsements are doing so well. There are a few here and there that Trump reached.   But the effectiveness cannot be denied. Yet it goes way beyond him as a political figure. The big-government types and overbearing institutionalists have not yet figured it out. No matter what they do, people will not be compliant with an out-of-control criminal government. The only path they will accept is justice, which will be a painful future for many. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Root Cause of all Political Problems: Playing the cards to win, not letting the cards play you

One of the reasons I had to talk about superstition in my book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, is because one of the failures of Lean manufacturing, which has become the industry standard in process improvement across the world, is that it fails to recognize the most important detriment to all process failures, human behavior. Rather than deal with the detriments of human behavior, Lean seeks to create processes that remove human variables and build group consensus around those resolutions. Because the main problem with human behavior is that in the East, and even in Europe, workforces are much more compliant naturally due to their long histories with kings and overbearing governments. But in America, a different kind of human being emerged. And we can easily see those differences in the type of card games that we play. I specifically use the differences between Tarot cards and poker cards to accentuate the point often to clarify the differences in thought. And this is spectacularly important in our present time specifically because globalists have assumed, as many have with Lean manufacturing, that all people are the same. If the same rules were imposed upon them, then a universal kind of sameness could emerge and could then be easily controlled. But that has turned out to be vastly untrue, and the failure which follows is what we are seeing playing out in our present time. 

Lean manufacturing, as it turns out, which is a problem I have always had with it, is that it was a kind of pre-ESG score way to bring eastern thoughts to western cultures and then launch a global approach of sameness to all industries. I have taught Lean for over 30 years and have always run into the same problem; American cultures tend to push back on it while those in Europe and Asia tend to be much more accommodating. This has been a mystery to all involved because they failed to consider the most important aspect of human behavior and how they transact with their peers. So in my book, I break it down in ways that people can understand, which essentially comes down to tolerance for superstition in a culture and how those beliefs manifest into a business climate or a political one. In the book, I give a history of superstition across the world and talk about the use of horoscopes and Tarot cards to predict the future as some fortune teller might professionally do around a crystal ball. The thought was that people were helpless to the greater scheme of things and could seek help in the stars or in the spirit world of card reading to better navigate through the complexities of everyday life. When a string of luck occurs in business, even the most resolute executive might say, “knock on wood,” hoping not to jinx a project into failure when all has been going well. Behind such thoughts is the fear that humans are not in control of their destiny and that they must subjugate themselves to some “greater good” to function at even basic tasks in life. 

But in New Orleans, during western expansion, the card games of Europe evolved into something much more conducive to the lifestyles of Americans. Poker was invented, and over the next hundred years, the very American game of Texas Hold Em’ emerged and is extremely popular presently. Poker tournaments are common on sports programming such as ESPN, and every casino runs a Texas Hold Em’ game. Likely, they are running dozens of them. Meanwhile, the fortune-tellers are always on the outskirts of such activity at the fairgrounds and sidewalk attractions which offer a different kind of game for the more faint at heart, Tarot card readings. It is often interesting to go to a casino and witness the types of people who play poker and the kind who line up to have their fortunes told to them by someone else. The point of the matter is that the poker players can win the game even if they have a bad hand. The poker players play the cards, whereas the Tarot card reader allows the cards to play them. The fortune is in the cards, but the game is played to win in poker even if the cards are bad. Both are card games, but their rules of conduct are magnificently different to reflect the cultures that play them. 

In the movie Titanic, still one of the most successful movies ever made, this idea of making one’s own luck was a centerpiece of the story. Many women loved the love story between Leonardo DeCaprio and Kate Winslet; they could relate to the overbearing mother, the “too perfect” fiancée who was projected to be a great and wealthy business leader. It was, in essence, an East meets West story, where the business leader was a person who made their “own luck,” which he actually says at the end of the movie as his projected wife leaves him for the unfocused exploits of the hero played by DeCaprio.  Only to find herself floating on a door in the freezing north Atlantic after the Titanic sank and her lover sacrificed himself so that she could live. The story’s villain was one who self-determined his reality while the heroes surrendered themselves to circumstance. We see those same politics playing out daily in our news cycles, in our business process improvements, and certainly within our own families. But what the American poker players figured out was critical to the truth of the universe.

Even when you are losing, you can still win, and poker was invented to reflect that new way of looking at things from the perspective of an American, which much of the world admires, but secretly resents because they don’t have the courage for it. It is much safer to have the cards tell them how to live, consult a horoscope, and look to the stars for guidance. But to the American, not all of them, but to the bold ones who figure it out, every moment of every day is an opportunity. Even bad luck can be turned into fortune if you know how to play the cards right. But failure often happens because people let the cards play them. They don’t live their lives in a way where they play the cards. That is why Lean manufacturing always falls short, and companies end up throwing vast amounts of money at process improvements when they should be dealing with the psychology of interpersonal relationship failures. This is why Republicans and Democrats essentially can never work together because they have entirely different ways of dealing with the same problem. One is passive, and one is very active. And this is also why the MAGA movement is growing, why people elected a casino owner with a supermodel wife to the White House twice, and why much of the swamp hated them for it. Politics wants to read the Tarot cards. Trump supporters want to play to win. And those approaches will never go together. The problem was never one of simply political belief. Instead, it all comes down to superstitions and how to manage them. Do we let the cards play us, or do we play the cards? In America, we play the cards. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Government is Far More Dangerous Than Mass Shooters: In the world we are living in now it’s clear for all to see

To answer the question that ABC News wanted to ask after this past week’s mass shootings failed to capture for a moment American sentiment for gun control, is that Americans are much less concerned about mass shootings because the government has proven itself far more dangerous. As Joe Biden went to Buffalo to capitalize off the horror of a mass shooting there by an 18-year-old kid who obviously had mental problems, people remembered that the Black Lives Matter activist Darrell Brooks had just recently driven his car through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin killing five and injuring over 40 others.   Joe Biden didn’t go to Waukesha and exploit that criminal enterprise as he did in Buffalo. Both were mass murders, but only one fit the political narrative of white supremacy, the ending of American life as we know it to be replaced by immigrants worldwide through open border policies. And only one could give the radical left what they wanted, gun control legislation, so that they could more easily perform their obvious task of destroying America home by home and could use a tragedy to convince Americans to give up their guns so to make the job easier for the big government globalists. There were more mass shootings during the third week of May 2022, and the mainstreamers tried to do their usual wall-to-wall coverage, but the issue was a dead one for the public. A sort of panic was forming in newsrooms across the country, Americans weren’t buying it, and that was something new nobody had seen before. 

With gas prices pushing up to 5 dollars per gallon, concerns over simple things like baby formula, inflation, even buying a new car, Americans can see what’s going on, which we have long been warning about. We are not living in a time of mass conspiracy theory, with tinfoil hats speculating on what may happen. No, we are living it now in all its gory glory. The attack on American infrastructure is fully underway by foreign powers, and the Biden administration is helping them along. By the proof offered in the film 2000 Mules, we know that the Biden administration was illegally inserted to run our government for all the reasons we see, for the world to take down the only superpower on earth and redistribute the wealth to nations around the world. We remember when Sheriff Joe Arpaio from Arizona proved that Obama’s birth certificate was forged, allowing a domestic terrorist created in the living room of Bill Ayers to start the process of destroying America. Americans reacted to the obvious Obama problems by electing Donald Trump. For all four years of the Trump presidency, the scum bags of the swamp worked to destroy the people’s pick. The latest evidence comes from the Clinton campaign itself through Robby Mook. He revealed to lawyers that Hillary Clinton personally OK’d giving media info on Trump/Russian information that their campaign had completely made up, breaking all kinds of laws in the process. The law has never stepped in to defend the American people. Still, it does act to destroy people who don’t fall in line with globalism, as advocated not just by Obama, Clinton, and now Joe Biden, but many nefarious characters like the vaccine murderer Bill Gates, Dr. Fauci, Mark Zuckerberg, who openly broke many laws giving over a half a billion dollars to have President Trump removed from office, and of course George Soros. The latter has openly declared war on America for years. Americans have witnessed extreme cases of treason and sedition by many domestic terrorists in American politics and had that evidence rubbed in their faces as if to say, “what are you going to do about it.” Now people are seeing the results of all that terrorism, with transportation costs soaring beyond reason, food shortages, CRT in our schools, and the complete destruction of our society. People did not have time or energy for the latest mass shooting. 

It has been a transition in America; people used to watch the wall to wall coverage of mass shootings and think about gun control out of compassion for people slain in those events, especially the soccer mom types who are fairly new parents, fresh and compassionate, wanting a nice safe world for their kids to grow up in. They were the first to say, “maybe we should think about gun control.” But not anymore; those days are over. Even the worst of the gun violence shootouts that we heard about on the Disney-owned ABC News wire, the government has proven itself to be far more dangerous. People, of course, are concerned about whatever version of the Black Lives Matters Marxists like Darrell Brooks that might be in their neighborhood, but for them, those are acceptable risks. The government is everywhere and into everything they do and is a far greater threat. A government that will steal an election to keep the people’s pick from stopping a globalist agenda is the greater menace, and people get it. Now they see it without discussing conspiracy theories because the facts are now in front of their faces. Instead of banning guns, they are rushing out to buy them. When the power grids fail, and the looters hit the streets, and the law can’t come to every call of violence that happens because they don’t have the gas in the budget to operate their patrol cars, people are going to be left to their own devices, and they are going to want their guns. That’s the world that has been given to us by the Biden administration, illegally inserted as an act of domestic terrorism to destroy us all, with a smile on their faces while they are doing it. And the same punching bag of blame they have resorted to for years now, to blame their actions on Russia and expect people to buy it. 

It was almost humorous to watch all the old tricks by the media aligned with these government power grabs panic as people failed to show concern for the shooting in Buffalo. All mass killings are sad and terrible things. But now, even regular people who typically just go about their business are thinking of buying guns to defend themselves from an obviously criminal government spun way out of control, where the rule of law is not a concern for them. The killers and social provocateurs of society are dangerous, but not nearly as much as the Biden administration is. That concern isn’t coming from the traditional Joe Arpaio types, the Glenn Becks, or the Alex Jones versions who have always tried to point out the problem with the current American government. Now it’s those same soccer moms who used to watch the news reports on ABC News and have concern for their kids. Well, now they are pushing their husbands to buy more guns and more ammunition because society is just one power shortage away from all-out civil war in the streets, all because this Biden administration and the puppet masters that control it have shown their intentions for the complete destruction of America, and everyone in it. The attackers want an end to the world’s superpower, which means us. And they are the real threat that people finally can see for themselves. 

Rich Hoffman

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Public Education is Over: It’s a nationwide change that isn’t going away

It’s not just the actions at Lakota schools in Northern Cincinnati that brought me to where I am now. I have spoken to dozens and dozens of people over the last few weeks regarding the Darbi Boddy school board drama, and I feel really sorry for the people who have been hoping that public education could be saved somehow. But as I have said to all those people and more, I just don’t see the controversy at Lakota. I see personality problems, but as I’ve said, whenever you get a clash of change agencies crashing into a very static institution, things are bound to get pushy. I never thought otherwise of the school board at Lakota. Instead, there are national trends that are forming in the background that are very much part of the Lakota story. What is about to happen at Lakota, with major resignations coming up due to the pressure of the changes, is going to happen in all public schools. I hoped to be wrong about it and hoped that with a decent school board, some form of public education for the people who do love it might last. But it’s quite clear to me that public education is impossibly broken and that the role of a modern school board is to manage the decline. Long gone are the days when Friday Night Football would rally behind the great local quarterback who threw 400 yards and four touchdowns to unite the community behind the sports page on a Saturday morning. And college recruits were in the stands handing out scholarships like Halloween candy. No, those days are over, forever. The people I have talked to as fall out from the controversies at Lakota are all well-intentioned. But they do not see the obvious because it’s simply too painful for them. They do love public education, and they really don’t have the heart for what’s coming.

Of course, you do want to know what’s coming and why now is such a pinnacle time. Well, institutions are collapsing along with the economy, which is overall the net result of over a century of failed progressive philosophy. They have gone all in, and the public has not been with them. All this became exposed during Covid, the progressive teacher unions, and the highly paid superintendent class that sort of functioned as a barrier between the radicals and the elected school board members. Once the rhythm was broken in the public education cycle, and people learned to live without it, there was no way ever to put Humpty Dumpty back together again. At best, public schools were going to be fragments of their former selves. But then parents learned just how radical the government schools really were. It used to be that many people, including Glenn Beck, were put off by my position on public education at the height of the Tea Party movement.    I was saying that public education was doomed to fail back in 2012 and 2013 when Beck and I had a mutual friend, Doc Thompson, who was trying to broker talk between us to do some radio work on The Blaze, as I used to do on Clear Channel Radio. I was too much of a rock thrower for Glenn Beck at that time of his life, and all avenues between The Blaze and me were cut after President Trump was elected. Soon after, Doc Thompson was mysteriously killed by a train while working directly for Beck in Texas. I was indifferent to Beck. He was a never-Trumper then, and of course, I was all about Trump, so there hasn’t been an opportunity to reconcile. Well, I had Beck’s show on in the background the other day, and he was telling everyone what I said a decade ago, “take your kids out of public schools; they are dangerous for your children. Do it now!” Just ten years ago, it was fringe when I said such things. Now it’s a mainstreamer conservative talk show host with many millions of people listening to him daily saying it. Times have changed a lot, and people are finally starting to listen. 

As I said during the Trump administration, if Covid hadn’t been set loose to destroy the fourth year of the president and hopes for re-election by destroying the American economy, the Department of Education was poised to be dismantled. States were preparing to apply a new funding model to the public school systems, where the money follows the child, not to the school. This would force the unionized institutions to compete for effectiveness. Lakota certainly wasn’t happy about that, and in many ways, Covid saved them from that eventuality. With Joe Biden in the White House, public education won’t see changes, but that’s not saying much. Biden, as of this writing, is at 28% approval. Dinesh D’Souza’s movie 2000 Mules has shown serious proof of direct election fraud funded by Facebook, and institutional politics is trying desperately to keep it all undercover.

Meanwhile, more and more mad moms are getting elected to school boards, moms like Darbi Boddy at Lakota. Even if the school board convinced her to resign, there are hundreds just like her who are winning seats all over the country, and all want the same thing. They want to protect their kids from what they have come to see as an institutional menace to their children where school boards stand between them to keep the peace, to keep those Friday night football games something the community continues to do. But that all came to a crashing end with Covid, and parents found other things to do. 

In the last election, I supported school board members to help bring solutions, people I knew who liked public education more than I did. So a part of me really wanted to be wrong. I knew I wasn’t, but I wanted to be. As they are now, public schools will not survive the transition to a system where the money travels with the student, which will eventually happen. That gives the school boards the task of keeping that managed decline as good as possible so that the failure of public schools does not destroy entire communities. The communities around Lakota have much more going on than being destroyed by a school. Add to the high gas prices, the sudden shortages of items that people used to take for granted, and a political system at the federal level that people didn’t support to begin with; all the old progressive institutions are going to fail, just as the Biden administration is failing. Now that they have their dream candidate in the White House with both houses of Congress under their control, they went too far. They used Covid to grab for powers that terrified many parents who had been on the fence for their entire lives only to come face to face with their greatest fears, the pincushion, rainbow-haired LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ teachers who wanted to turn their tomboy daughters into a Tom and to cram it down their throats and demand that they like it. Well, people are tired of government ramming things down their throats, and they will take it out on their local communities, specifically their public schools. If they can’t get to Joe Biden, they’ll get to the local school board, who they see as just as much of a menace. And more and more, the moderates will be pushed off and replaced by mad moms seeking to protect their children the way angry mommas do. And there is no putting that anger back in the bottle now that people have admitted it to themselves. Public education is over. What we are seeing now is just the beginning. 

Rich Hoffman

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Trickle Down Economics is the Only Kind: Joe Biden’s ignorant speech to the Chicago Electrical Union

It’s not just embarrassing to hear Joe Biden ramble on as an illegitimately inserted president by forces outside of the United States who needed him to undo the American constitution for their desires of social erosion. Still, the speech he gave to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Chicago was a monstrosity of ignorance that would have been hilarious if he wasn’t so serious. Of course, the subject was an old one. The political left’s hatred of the concept of “trickle down economics” and their socialist view of a middle-class where all prosperity is created and distributed from the middle out was on full display. Biden will cite 50 ivy league economists, but they would all be wrong because they all studied the same stupid stuff. Every economist who studied Marxist concepts in college, which almost every college teaches, and the evolution of Keynesian economics, which is all the rage in London and Paris, all miss the mark. This is a concept that about everyone in the world so grossly misunderstands; it is the primary reason that I wrote my book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, to resolve the matter from the original mistake, Karl Marx. Everything economically based is created by risk and then distributed to those less prone to risk. Without a risk-taker to start the process of economic birth, there is nothing for anybody to do. Therefore, trickle-down economics is the only kind of economics. 

The most successful societies are those that create the opportunities for risk takers to take more risks. In a society that penalizes risk-taking, there will be more economic stagnation. Government, by its nature, is all about safety and collective sharing of responsibility. So government is the worst contributor to risk, and therefore any economic activity attempted by government is destined to fail. In the United States, government gives the illusion of success because it steals from the productive, the risk-takers. But without the risk-takers to conduct the original economic activity, there is nothing for government to steal. They quickly find themselves rotting away in the case of the labor unions that Joe Biden loves to pander to. Labor unions are all creations of Karl Marx. Looking back through history, the labor movement sold unions to the public as a patriotic endeavor which many people wanted to believe. But in the game of globalism, it was a way to slide socialism under the door of American industry to get a foothold for the fundamental aims of stealing capitalism’s creations and redistributing them around the world. Just visit any town in America, and you will see the effect that unions had on their industry. Union wages and inflexibility against management made it too difficult to operate those companies, so they moved overseas. Couple that with government regulations, and most of those companies found it much easier to move to Mexico or China to do business, and this was all by design, led by the members of Socialist International and the modern-day version of The World Economic Forum, the people I call the Desecrators of Davos. It was a con game from the start, going back to the late 1880s, and it has been bleeding America dry over the entire last century in every industry. It took 40 or 50 years to see the erosive effects in some cases. Still, it destroyed industrial productivity in all cases and forced them to take the path of least resistance to countries that did not have unionized workforces. 

Of course, the leftist lunatics like Joe Biden and his kind of people will call the companies selfish for leaving. Companies have been running from intrusive looting governments all their lives, including now. Only recently have they learned that there is no escape. Now it’s ESG scores behind financing that is sucking the life out of them, and no matter how much they play along, they can’t escape the robbery of the political left, even in China these days. This is why there are all indications of a global recession because all those Keynesian economists from the prestigious economic schools worldwide are all advising them to follow Karl Marx to the same dead ends. They have penalized risk-taking, and therefore, economic activity has been dramatically diminished. If the fun and profit are removed from risk-taking endeavors, economic activity will be greatly diminished, and it is this trend that the entire world has missed entirely.   Without risk-taking, economic activity of any kind is significantly reduced, if it’s even present at all, but for sheer necessity, fulfilling the basics of building, creating food, and fulfilling the basic necessities. But when there is wealth to be made, and profit is the measure, then all kinds of great things happen. We see improvements in art and entertainment, science, industry, and luxury items because behind it all is some risk-taker who wants to go for a big win and have a nice car or a nice spouse and live a good life of excess enjoyment. Marxists hate those excesses, but that is why their entire economic platform was flawed from the start, as was everyone who followed. 

America emerged as the powerhouse it became, and still is, even with the intrusive government that has evolved over time because it embraced risk-taking in economies which has endured the social looting by the Marxist minds. Even with the plan by the labor unions to redistribute the wealth created in America to other places around the world, risk-taking was still at the heart of all economic activity. Thus, the GDP still remained high despite the tight controls of modern politics. So long as Americans were willing to swing for the fences, the economy would continue to thrive. But it could be even better than that if more risk-takers were encouraged to enter the marketplace. Currently, our education system does not produce such people; they happen by cultural accident. We don’t consciously seek to remove barriers to risk-taking; we do the opposite. But as a formula, the ratio of risk-taking that is promoted in any culture, the more options for economic activity there will be for all to enjoy. That wealth creation will then trickle down to the kinds of people who just want a job without the risk of making one. Of course, in his speech to the union workers, Joe Biden was missing all those elements. He didn’t understand the basic foundations of economic thought, which most everyone else misses as well, that risk and rewards are the first priorities of monetary creation. And the more risk-takers there are, the more chances there are to win at life, and the trickle-down effect of those victories provides jobs to people. Governments work best when they create opportunities for risk-taking. They work worst when they set themselves up to loot off the efforts of the bold and the innovative, then try to disguise the theft as an altruistic sacrifice to a “greater good.” Karl Marx was a perpetually lazy man, as were his followers.   He worked really hard to justify his lazy nature, and his family suffered greatly because he wouldn’t work; and instead spent his time in the British Museum studying new economic theories to justify the existence of lazy people like him. And now, a few centuries later, dumb people who were taught all the wrong things, like Joe Biden is, are trying to disguise their nature by criticizing “trickle down economic theory.” Well, it’s not a theory, it’s the rules of the universe, and those who deny such things, are the perpetrators of great evil in the world and societies of misery that cascade off their stupidity in abundance and destroy everything they touch. This is why there are economic struggles under the Biden administration, to begin with. Too much government, too little encouragement of risk-takers, and too much looting of any wealth that is made from ambition and adventure.

Rich Hoffman

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My Review of ‘2000 Mules’: The proof of election fraud is abundant, nobody wants to be near Joe Biden

You might have noticed that Fox News is not allowing coverage of Dinesh D’Souza’s 2000 Mules on their network, even though compelling evidence was presented in the film that proves beyond reasonable doubt that the 2020 election was stolen. Everything Joe Biden has done and continues to do is illegal. All those who hoped that somehow Trump could be “processed out” of existence with a political stiff arm are learning the hard way. The Trump endorsements are reshaping the Republican Party, and all the insiders know it. They know Joe Biden and the Democrats cheated to gain their current power. After learning what we did in 2000 Mules, it’s evident that many close elections over the last decade or so were probably won in precisely the same way, by paying “mules” $10 per vote to stuff ballots created by nonprofits fed by Facebook money. By the time 2020 came around, the Democrats had their “steal the vote” campaign a well-oiled machine. The RINO Republican types played along because they kept the balance of power of politics within a realm they were comfortable with. If Democrats gained power, they were okay with that because it kept the swamp filled, so it was a concession they were willing to make. And in that last election, they wanted Trump gone as bad as the Democrats did, so they joined forces to hold their nose and allow for massive election fraud. Then in the aftermath, they took the position of denying it for all the legal reasons you’d expect and hope that the story would just disappear into history. But after watching the evidence of massive election fraud, with very conservative estimates taking the overvotes to well over 800,000, their hopes are vanishing. They are not going to get away with what happened in 2020. Many people in the media and in the political circles know that they have been caught in treasonous activity, and now that there is proof, concerns are brewing.

Where I filmed my video review shown above, it was less than a mile from where Joe Biden had just visited a metal plant specializing in 3D printing. I was right in the middle of that presidential visit that day, and it was the most boring that I have ever seen. And I don’t say that because I hate President Biden. I say it from experience setting up other presidential visits, such as Trump many times to Butler and Warren County. I know what they look like, I have seen the way politicians show up at the airport to greet the President, and this Biden visit had no gas in the tank. Nobody cared; drivers on the highways were barely an inconvenience. The motorcade brought Biden in, and they took him out, and hardly anybody knew he had ever been there. Really, we didn’t need the evidence of election fraud that was shown in 2000 Mules because the lack of excitement for Joe Biden says everything that anybody needs to know. Not even the liberal Andy Breshear came to see Biden in Northern Kentucky, where the President landed. They all know that Biden was manufactured; he was not picked by a Democratic means of actual vote counts. The only reason Joe Biden was President was that Facebook bought him along with other billionaires. And they also knew that the rule changes presented by Covid allowed for the theft to happen, and they really hoped that this story would die. But instead, it’s picking up steam as we learn more about what really happened. But regarding Joe Biden, there is no logical proof that he gained more votes in the history of any president because everywhere he goes, even in Philadelphia, nobody is excited to see him. 

The New York Times produced a documentary last year called A Day of Rage, which featured the same cell phone pings that Dinesh D’Souza used to show where people were and what they were doing, which was already accepted by the political left as viable evidence. In that documentary, the evidence was enough to apply guilt to the protestors indicating that they had planned what the establishment called an “insurrection.” Suddenly they don’t want to accept that kind of cell phone tracking evidence when it comes to the election fraud of 2020 because it is so apparent. My opinion on what happened on January 6th, 2021, was that I wanted more evidence and was willing to study it as it came in. Smart people knew something wasn’t right about the election, but at the time, we didn’t yet have the facts. Well, now, in 2022, we know the facts, and a group called True the Vote was featured in 2000 Mules to reveal just how the election fraud occurred, using the same methods The New York Times used in their Day of Rage. Rather than storm the capital like many did, I instead took my RV and my wife out into the desert of New Mexico and Utah and wrote a book.

I certainly understood why the people who stormed the capital were upset; we all were. They were angry that their vote had been stolen, and they didn’t want to wait for the proof. They had a gut instinct that the government was lying to them, and they wanted someone’s head on a plate. What happened on January 6th of that year is what happens when a government steals elections, and it is mild compared to what will happen in the future if it continues to occur.   The controls that the swamp thought they had over people were shattered that day, and it scared them, which it should. But back then, there was still a lot we didn’t know. But now we do. The election was stolen. The people who stormed the capitol on January 6th did so under constitutional parameters. Their prosecution has been against the law because the government breached the law with election fraud. It’s quite a mess, and now there is proof of it all which in many ways nobody wants to talk about, is earth-shattering.  

But the ultimate proof is in the lack of support for Joe Biden. When my wife and I went out west that year to get perspective out in the vast open spaces and away from politics for a few months, I was the first to see it. The election had just happened, and you could see that Trump had significant support. But there was nothing to suggest that Biden had any support, even while traveling through the blue state of Illinois. It was an odd thing to witness, supposedly the most popular President in history, yet nobody liked him and showed support for him publicly. Then there was that recent trip to Butler County, Ohio, to visit the 3D printing factory. Nobody, no politicians, and certainly no enthusiasm, not even from law enforcement who were responsible for safe passage along the route.   That is evidence that can’t be hidden or denied. People just don’t like Joe Biden, and they have an instinct that the government caused all this mess by taking away their actual vote. So even without the Dinesh D’Souza movie, people already get it. They just don’t know what to do about it. But now, there is more than an assumption. With the evidence presented by True the Vote and the great work done by Catherine Engelbrecht in putting it together, we have everything we need to begin congressional hearings on the matter, at the very least. We have whistleblowers, video, and cell phone data which are just as good as DNA evidence.   We have plenty to untangle the mess of election fraud in the 2020 election. But the most apparent evidence is how the political left has reacted to the presentation of that evidence, especially on Fox News. They don’t want to see it, they just want the story to die, and as a major news organization, that tells you all you need to know about their role in that election fraud, as most of the corporate media were from the beginning. 

Rich Hoffman

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Rules and Regulations in Liberty Township Politics: Not the sexiest thing in the world, but certainly the most important

The word is out that the Biden administration is working with the World Health Organization to turn over American constitutional sovereignty to the Bill Gates-funded branch of the United Nations to give them control over health care decisions. Before anybody thinks of this as another conspiracy theory, I have said for many months now that the Biden administration does not plan to follow the constitution and that Democrats, in general, are hoping to erode away the founding concepts of America by the election of 2022, which is why they aren’t in a panic at the moment about the upcoming midterms. Polling shows that they will lose big in any honest election, but Democrats have not been participating in honest elections for decades. You can bet they have many tricks up their sleeve to hold on to power, and following the constitution won’t give them that power they are craving. Just watch 2000 Mules by Dinesh D’Souza, and the proof of how the 2020 election was stolen with Facebook money paying ballot stuffers to commit massive overvotes will become clear. So we are dealing with open violators of the law who want power at any cost; what they want to do with the WHO is just an extension of what they have done with Agenda 21, which I was reminded of while attending a trustee meeting in my home area of Liberty Township, Ohio. 

Because of Todd Minniear, the recently elected freedom-oriented trustee of Liberty Township, I have been more interested in the trustee meetings, so I went to a recent one to hear about a new concept that was being introduced, a “constitutional township.” A nice new government building recently opened where township business is conducted, which was weird for me. It’s always weird for me to go to these kinds of things and listen to people who think they are longtime residents who have built homes 30 years ago and think of themselves as veterans. I grew up less than a mile to the south of the new township building. I’ve been all over the world, I have lived in many places, but I live in Liberty Township because it literally is the best place to live in the world, in my opinion. And I remember when I had cows right next to the yard I played in. I still see the character of my home neighborhood even though almost every last bit of green space has a house on it now, which was the topic of the evening, the big Princeton Pike Church just to the north wanted to develop some of their large parcels of land, and neighboring residents who have been there for a while were worried about it. Several people were at the meeting to protest the development. They wanted the parcels of land to have their own road access so the new residents wouldn’t have to cut through their current neighborhood making traffic even heavier where kids often literally play in the streets. I’ve heard the arguments all my life, the debate between people who already live in Liberty Township and those who want to become part of it. Most of the time, nobody is ever completely happy.

This meeting was like the many I remember from the past. The trustees made it clear that all their power was to pass the zoning approval and kick the whole effort to a bureaucratic traffic study. The residents were in a bit of a panic because the government entities who do traffic studies are not accountable to anyone where the local trustees are, so it’s always disheartening for people to be told that their local government doesn’t have any real power. We have all surrendered our local government to the Agenda 21 types in faraway lands for many years. It is precisely that trend that makes members of the WHO think they can actually run all our lives across the world through health care, just as they had attempted to do with Covid, by superseding our American constitution with rules created by the United Nations. Many of the local zoning laws that the trustees were struggling with, including all the rules of procedural conduct, were written by members and fans of the United Nations global governance plan, so it’s certainly not a conspiracy theory. The election fraud of 2020 for those people was a small price to pay for their aims at global domination. The people at that Liberty Township Trustee meeting were just seeing the pass-down effects of laws written decades ago to set up this massive global power grab we were seeing now. The trustees were right; they didn’t have much power by the rules of trustee conduct. For the residents, after the meeting, they stood in the parking lot like lost children who had just found out that their parents had no authority to protect them from anything, and it was a scary concept to hear trustees say for the millionth time, “we have no power.”

In truth, trustees have a lot of power constitutionally, as do state and federal officials; if only they followed the founding documents and stopped allowing foreign entities to tamper with our governmental affairs through ridiculous rules and bureaucratic regulations.   That was precisely why Todd’s proposal for a constitutional township was so important. He was recently involved in a perfect utilization of its use by what he did with Liberty Center, the premier shopping area in the Cincinnati region. With this leadership from the local area idea in mind, the playground at the mall had been closed during the Covid outbreak, and the mall management wasn’t sure what the rules were to reopen it. Parents wanted to use the play area because it’s great for kids to get out of the house, and it brought life to the upstairs area by the food court. Without the playground, the lights were out, and it was a constant reminder of just how terrible the government had been over Covid restrictions. And since nobody in politics was sure what authority they had, nobody thought to tell Liberty Center that they could reopen the play area to help local businesses have life again. So the mall was waiting for someone to tell them they could reopen, which nobody did until Todd Menniear started asking questions. And within a few weeks of asking those questions, Liberty Center was able to reopen its playground area, which is wonderful for so many local residents. And just like that, we could see how a local trustee could bring leadership to the community and improve things dramatically.   Because if everyone were waiting for someone at the World Health Organization to tell them that the playground could reopen, it’s likely the playground never would. 

All local government has much more power than they believe they have. Many of the rules and regulations they are forced to follow are unconstitutional and would fall apart under any legal scrutiny. And when trustees like Todd Minniear start asking those obvious questions, well, then the ruse falls apart quickly, and we learn that many of the rules we have been following we never had to listen to in the first place. We should always ask from where the rules came from and who are the people who wrote them. It’s healthy to ask those questions, and we should because we have the same exact problem with school boards. They have all kinds of flow-down rules that come to them that constrain them in ways the community who elected them doesn’t want.   And some of them could and should be challenged with simple questions because upon asking; many will learn that the authority was never granted to the rule writers in the first place. They just did what they did because nobody questioned their authority. Listening to that meeting and the proposal Todd was introducing and thinking about the successful communication between government and private business at Liberty Center, a new trend in politics was quickly emerging for the better. And as I heard the news about the World Health Organization power grab, I worried about it a lot less because I know there are many like Todd Minniear emerging into local government who won’t just blindly accept unconstitutional mandates. And for the people of Liberty Township, that is some of the best news of the century.

Rich Hoffman

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Ohio is Now a Blue State: Thanks to Joe Blystone, Republicans have lost the executive branch

First of all, regarding the Ohio governor’s race, the primary, Joe Blystone should feel ashamed of himself for staying in the race and splitting the vote the way he did. I may like the platform of Blystone; he might be my kind of guy. But he never had a chance to win in the primary, and he knew it going into election day. Only Jim Renacci had an opportunity to beat DeWine, and everyone knew it. Even Ron Hood should have stepped out of the race and supported Renacci. Mike DeWine, a sitting governor running for his second term, only had 48% of roughly a million Republican primary voters supporting him in this 2022 election. Renacci pulled in around 28%, while Blystone had 21%. A Trump endorsement would have put Renacci over the top, but I can hear Trump saying right now, “Renacci isn’t a closer. Nice guy, but he can’t close.” What should have happened was Renacci’s task, which they tried several times, was to pull the other candidates under the Renacci ticket. Only on a united front were they going to beat Mike DeWine’s establishment machine. And because everyone didn’t unite, now Republicans have a real problem holding the governor’s seat. Nan Whaley, the former gun-grabbing mayor of Dayton, won her race easily and will now go up against DeWine. So we end up with a Democrat and a Democrat, even though DeWine calls himself a Republican. We have seen enough of him to know he’s no Republican, and to all those conservatives who voted for him, you might as well have voted for Nan Whaley.   DeWine is a criminal, and he must be punished for what he did to Ohio over Covid. He did not win with any kind of mandate; he had less than half the total vote count for an incumbent, which is horrendous. Like me, many conservatives will never punch a ticket for DeWine. I will leave his space blank when it comes time to vote because I will never vote for the criminal Mike DeWine. And there will be many people like me who will do the same thing, which will only help the treacherous liberal Nan Whaley. If she wins, it’s on all those people who voted for Mike DeWine. 

I talked to many people on election day, and I was amazed at how many people were going to the polls uncertain who they were going to vote for in the senate race. Even with Trump’s endorsement of J.D. Vance, I still voted for Josh Mandel. I endorsed him early, and I liked some of the fights he got into. That’s what I think the senate needs, so I stuck with Josh Mandel. I liked J.D. Vance more and more as the race went on. I will have no problem voting for him in the senate race in November, and I’ll enjoy doing it. My wife liked so many of them and personally met the candidates that she struggled with the final decision. I spoke to people that election day who I would say are “extreme” political insiders, who should know their stuff, even if they were last-minute decisions on that race. The critical reason is that come in November, when these same people will have to choose between Mike DeWine, even with a Trump endorsement, they will likely struggle whether or not to actually put a check next to his name or to leave it blank. And I think as high as 20% of the 51% who voted for other people besides DeWine will not cast a decision for governor one way or another. The general convention in politics is that the Republican party will unite behind one candidate. But that is not possible with DeWine. Many of us held our noses and voted for him the first time. But he let us down, and we won’t be suckers again. So, where does that leave the party for that position? In big trouble. 

Of course, liberals are happy about this. They now have a real shot at putting a Democrat into an executive seat in an intensely red Trump state. It’s a lot like playing Fortnite’s Battle Royale and waiting in a bush until the end letting everyone else kill each other off. That is how DeWine won in the primary by hiding in a bush while Blystone attacked Renacci. Then Nan Whaley will do the same to DeWine. All she must do is show up; while in the Republican party, there is an obvious civil war, the squishy establishment types up against the MAGA movement. MAGA rallied behind DeWine the first time, but the Club For Growth types assumes that the same will happen again. Well, no, it won’t. The hatred of DeWine is deep. I think his wife makes good cookies; I’ve had a few. I think Mike DeWine is a nice guy. But he’s a criminal, and he must be punished for breaking our constitutional laws and hurting so many people with bad government policy. Nobody of a reasonable mind could vote for Mike DeWine, meaning many will just not vote this November due to their uncertainty about how to behave. If people struggled on who to vote for in the Senate primary, they would undoubtedly struggle over DeWine.

In my mind, Republicans surrendered the governor’s seat in 2022. I don’t think DeWine can win re-election. Not because Nan Whaley is a good candidate, but she will get her 45% by nature. Republicans could have 10% to 20% of their 55% who just leave DeWine blank on the ballot, as many did in this year’s senate race because they couldn’t make up their minds. But even if DeWine did manage to get re-elected, he still governs like a Democrat. So, Republicans lose either way. And if Joe Blystone were such a cowboy hat-wearing patriot, like he says he is, he would have seen what his name on the ballot was going to do to Ohio. By presenting a “rebel” vote, he just managed to get Democrats into a position to run the state. Hey, I’ve been through this before with Ross Perot. I worked on that campaign back in 1992, and I remember how it felt. It was a gut punch I will never forget; that is how the Clinton dynasty started, with less than 50% of the vote electing the president.  Joe Blystone knew where his polling was a week before the election. If he wanted to defeat DeWine, he should have joined Renacci.

Renacci should have been able to make that happen with a deal of some kind also. But their failure to unite and beat DeWine essentially just ruined the chance of Republicans running the governor’s seat and the media is loving it. Like the campers in Fortnite, they have just lurked in the bushes waiting for everyone else to kill each other off. And just like that, to the national media, Ohio is a very blue state, when in reality, it’s far from it. That is what happens when a political party is in a civil war and assumes that everyone will unite behind the eventual winner. These are not conventional times. And when there is a MAGA rebellion, failure to join the efforts will elect the establishment every single time. 

Rich Hoffman

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Graham Hancock’s Great Book, ‘Visionary’: To what degree does the spirit world shape modern politics and our everyday lives

I do get excited about my books, and when I read a great one, I often talk about it extensively. Books are my favorite things in the world, I could never have enough of them, and they have been with me most of my life as priorities. But this year, I knew Graham Hancock was releasing an update to his famous book previously, called Supernatural, with the new title Visionary. It was coming out on April 4th, so I nabbed it up and treated myself to a birthday treat of reading it voraciously. I talk a lot about politics and education issues. Still, I enjoy no subject more than the pseudo-sciences, and Graham Hancock, the former journalist, turned pseudo-science investigator, is one of the best currently in the field.    So for a birthday gift to myself, I gave myself a few weeks of April to just sit down and read his new book and soak it up because it’s one of those types of books. Actually, it has all the potential to be a life-changing book because it deals with the kind of stuff that is at the core of all human concerns. What were we before we were born, and what will we become after? What’s the point of it all. Now, I love Graham Hancock’s books. He and I have very close beliefs about bureaucracy’s effect on the sciences. He is into pseudo-science because traditional science, institutionalized, just does not keep pace with the rate of discovery that is occurring in this information age that we are in. Institutionalism is at war with the rate of understanding occurring, and they hate people like Graham Hancock. But Hancock brings his background as a journalist to science and takes what is known by traditional scientific discoveries and pieces everything together in a noninstitutionalized way, which is how things need to be done anyway. And as a result, he asks big questions seeking big answers to things. And for human beings, there is nothing more significant than how the spirit world interacts with the conscious world. 

For many years I have talked about the role that ultraterrestrials play in our human lives. I had done many articles on the giant race of people who lived in the Ohio region well before the times of Jesus Christ and actually had an empire all the way to the Gulf of Mexico before what we know of as Native Americans were even on the world stage. They were as sophisticated as the Stonehenge and Avebury cultures in England and obviously were part of the same culture from the same time periods of influence. So Graham’s topics are not new to me. I learned about these giants while attending the Mothman Festival at Point Pleasant, West Virginia, so it’s a real thing that certainly is under-researched. Traditional science driven by the university system is just too slow. They are guarding too much of their previous assumptions actually to answer these kinds of questions, so that is where Graham Hancock comes in. After reading the book by John Keel on the Mothman Prophecies, I am quite certain that the ultraterrestrials talked about in that book, which Graham’s Visionary is essentially a sequel, the spirit world of angels and demons that so concern religions have shown themselves in stories chronicled in the work of John Keel so effectively. But he was just touching on the surface, and Graham Hancock has taken several additional steps toward unraveling these interdimensional worlds and how they interact with the world of the living and actually redefining what “dead” means. 

Now, where Graham Hancock and I part ways is over the issue of drugs. I get his argument on the Pinery gland and how drugs can pull off the restrictor plate of brain activity to see things that are always there but that we filter out within the visual spectrum of our senses. He advocates for the open and legalized use of drugs to produce real hallucinogenic effects. Still, they are elements that our eyes can’t see because we live life in a four-dimensional world. I’m against all drugs, at any time, over anything. I don’t even take aspirin. I will occasionally sip on a beer socially, but nothing more, and I certainly never get intoxicated. But I am not closed off to his ideas that some of these drugs don’t produce hallucinations but are, in fact, reality seen for what they really are. This is why I was so interested in his book. I recently saw petroglyphs in New Mexico and Utah that were almost identical to known cave art in South Africa and Europe that span thousands of years from each other, and many thousands of miles of travel, so the cultures could not have been communicating 15,000 years ago or even 50,000. Yet they all tell similar stories painted on the rocks, and how they arrived at those images looks to be something Graham has pieced together correctly. He also puts UFO phenomena into the mix, which I had just had a research trip to Roswell fresh on my mind. So, his book reaffirmed many things that I had already been thinking about. And to add to that, he actually used ayahuasca and reported what he had seen, which was independent verification that he didn’t know he would experience. I wouldn’t do it, but I’m glad he was willing to report it scientifically instead of from the perspective of some drug-crazed lunatic. 

There is a taco place I like to go to at The Greene in Dayton called Condado Tacos, and ayahuasca hallucinations obviously inspire the interior. Or is it hallucinations? Is it a reality? I think it’s reality personally, and I think when we talk about political elements, we have to understand that there is an influence from these places that run quantumly with our 4-dimensional existence. Remember, we mathematically know that our present universe supports 11 dimensions that are likely within our current reality. But, outside of our universe, there is a possibility of 26, and within each of those dimensions, likely lifeforms are interacting with us at all times. Our business is to understand these lifeforms, especially if they are interacting with us.

We may not have the eyes and ears to hear them, but our minds certainly do, even if remotely. And that’s not a very fair fight if they have an easier time at communicating than we do, and they take advantage of that aspect often to push the world where we may not want it to go. We might say it’s the will of the spirit world, but what if it’s a maleficent demon who wants to destroy the world and everyone in it. Do you really want to listen to it? Perhaps this is the kind of influence that has brought so much great evil into the world. Or, maybe this is where all the good is, and that the purpose of life is to build a great soul to travel in these realms as an individual instead of just a collection of cosmic dust, and that the act of creation is what matters, of life being a creative process that gives birth to a human soul that then sheds the body for this afterlife. And that the afterlife is just another life that is depicted on those walls at Condado’s in Dayton. I think perhaps so. But regardless, a great book like Visionary is a rare treat, and a journey I was happy to take, and one of the best birthday presents I have ever given to myself. Time and the content to think about that truly has meaning.

Rich Hoffman

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