The Destruction of the Georgia Guidestones: A world war nobody has been talking about between the religions of Christ and the underground cults of nature worship

Since they were erected in Georgia, right in the middle of the Bible Belt, the Georgia Guidestones have been a tourist attraction dedicated to the New World Order, complete with occult references toward planetary religions and an intent to de-populate the earth and turn the world back to nature; they have always been viewed as an attack on American culture. As many in America were told that we couldn’t have the Ten Commandments in our schools and courtrooms, but we were supposed to accept attacks on our culture like the George Guidestones, it’s easy to see why people celebrated when they were destroyed mysteriously just after the 4th of July. America is a kind nation, built on Christianity, complete with a turn-the-other-cheek mindset when satanic challenges seek openly to desecrate the foundation of America and to restore to humanity the same pagan religions that America was born to get away from. There has been an in-your-face arrogance from globalists who have wanted to put up such monuments and dare us to do anything about it. Like the apocalyptic artwork at the Denver airport, the Georgia Guidestones were erected to look like a modern Stonehenge, complete with astrological alignments obviously dedicated to the ancient religion of globalism, nature worship, and the undoing of America. And many visited the Guidestones as a tourist attraction, enchanted by the mystery of who built them and why in 1980, at the start of Ronald Reagan’s presidency. The evidence points to Ted Turner and his crazy communist wife Jane Fonda as the minds behind the madness. These early leftists wanted to take America to a New World Order and were very arrogant about it. But the truth is, the Georgia Guidestones represent an anti-American sentiment that dared us to do something about them. 

When I first heard about the destruction of them, early in the morning just after the 4th of July of 2022, it was evident that it was an inside job, meaning people connected to the club of New World Order advocates, or as they are calling them today, the Liberal World Order. Ted Turner is still alive, although he’s pretty old, and so are a lot of the liberal radicals who are in his club. People celebrated their destruction, and my initial comments were that if people felt they needed to vandalize the monuments to the New World Order, then it shouldn’t be viewed as an act of terrorism but as a “mostly peaceful protest,” based on what we learned from the political left when they sought to burn down our cities, defund the police, promote open borders, advocate for the illegal drug trade and the poisoning of America, vaccine mandates that are killing people, and the destruction of statues and monuments that pay reverence to the heroes of American foundations. It’s only fair to strike back at the New World Order. But not so fast, I thought then and am more convinced now, that it was an inside job and that by blowing them up, the mysterious losers behind the Guidestones were hoping to deflect some of the rage they see coming their way in an ever-growing political movement in America built on a foundation of MAGA. This isn’t the Tea Party anymore, where liberals thought reading books about the real history of America was an act of terrorism. No, there are many in America who are angry; they are angry at the Covid lockdowns, they are angry at the stolen election, especially in Georgia, and the obviously rigged ability behind the Kemp political machine, which serves the globalist uniparty. The electronic voting machines which Kemp put in place and is defending helps the Desecrators of Davos with their global agenda by controlling election results and keeping people from rioting. So Georgia, as indicated by those Georgia Guidestones, just as we see in Denver, was targeted for attack in the middle of traditionally conservative areas, for globalists to impose themselves on the domestic populations and to turn them purple from the inside out through social pressure and stolen elections. 

The silly logic of the whole thing is that it’s easy to know who owns the property on which the Guidestones were built. Its also easy to know who paid for them to be built and who did all the work for the alignments to celestial bodies with drilled holes very precisely placed, that were dedications to an ancient religion centered around nature worship that goes back tens of thousands of years, easily predating any known religion on the face of earth presently. There is a paper trail, and it’s just as much a lie that Covid wasn’t created in a Chinese lab to say that nobody knows. Plenty of people know who built and paid for the Georgia Guidestones. Yet we have been told it’s this mysterious guy under bizarre circumstances, and that’s it. Yet while the destruction of the Guidestones was a criminal act that took place in a residential area and was a crime scene, the construction equipment to destroy them the rest of the way was on site almost before the sun was even up on the same day as the explosion. Nobody moves that fast. Typically there would be investigations for days. Who called them? Someone arranged for the construction crew to arrive within hours to completely destroy the Guidestones, all in the name of “safety.” There were videos there of someone planting a bomb and escaping in a car. But no arrests, nobody even with those cameras has a license plate number. Its as if the authorities in the region wanted to erase the Georgia Guidestones to take away the edge that was forming under a more MAGA America. Globalism is being attacked in the open now. The people who built those antagonizing monuments are likely second-guessing poking the wasp nest of America that they so arrogantly poked and prodded all these years. If authorities wanted to arrest the destroyer of the monuments, they clearly could if they wanted to really know who did it. The most likely explanation is that the people who built the monuments called for their destruction so they could erase the ties to themselves due to the events in the months to come that could expose them as anti-American activists for globalism and the pagan religion of climate change that is essentially the religion of the anti-Christ.

That’s what we are dealing with, the evolution of humanity, and what religions serve best moving into the future. The planet worshiping globalists have an obvious ancient reverence toward nature which was placed clearly upon the Guidestones to align mankind toward nature worship and to reduce the earth’s population to a sustainable level under 500 million, a ridiculously low number. Yet, all of civilization has prospered under the ideas of Christianity, even if we talk about the major destruction by the Catholic Church around the world, killing in the name of Christ all pagan religions that came before. The pagan religions of globalism, of nature worship, went underground only to resurface in the modern age through climate change, the ultimate revenge for mankind’s assertion that nature must serve the minds of man instead of mankind serving nature. They always intended revenge against any Christian nation formed under such ideas, so the Georgia Guidestones were certainly born from this international conflict. And it’s been the Crusades all over again, only instead of fighting over Jerusalem; it’s been over the basic idea of mankind’s place in the history of the cosmos. Yet, most of the innovations that occurred once mankind decided to use the concepts of Christ as the religion that could build nations have been obviously prosperous, and America is the proof. The war against that premise is quite a modern problem. And a reflection of that conflict is the destruction of the Georgia Guidestones, which many celebrated but were built mysteriously and destroyed even more so. However, understanding the nature of the war itself gives a hint into much of what is to come, which won’t be good for the globalists, as they see the writing on the wall and are making plans to go underground once again because the heat is getting hot in the kitchen. And their first priority is their own survival. 

Rich Hoffman

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You Can Get it All with Thomas Hall: What good government looks like

Vote For Thomas Hall

Now that we’re in the primary season, it’s time for endorsements. This one for Thomas Hall is so obvious that I might not even think he needs one. But primaries can be tricky since there aren’t usually many voters who participate, so just for good measure, I wanted to say how excited I am to endorse Thomas Hall for the 53rd House District in Ohio. Some redistricting is going on, which might expand Hall’s district from Middletown into Liberty Township, which is presently going through the Supreme Court process. But whatever the case, Thomas Hall is one of the finest examples of what politics should look like. He certainly deserves another term to continue doing the excellent work that he has been doing. He’s a Trump Republican who worked for the campaign in 2016 when it wasn’t so popular to do so out of Madison Township, where he had been a two-term trustee. As he appears in the video above, Thomas seems to be too young to have so much political experience at this point in his life and running for a second term in the Ohio House, but let me tell you, this guy is a whiz kid. He’s been involved in a lot of undoubtedly conservative legislature. He has stood up to some severe bullying by influential political figures and not allowed them to sway him away from the voting public. He is one of the rare examples of a person who comes into politics with all the ideology of goodness and has lived it out in real life, which is exceptionally unique. He’s everything voters could want and more in a representative, and I look forward to more from him in the years to come.

I always refer to politics as a blood sport. One of the things I admire most about Thomas is that he’s been able to weather a lot of political current without losing himself to the tides of erosion. He is the same good person going into his second year as the first. He has a confidence that is unusual in people young or old, which has served him well as a political heavyweight in a brief period. Of course, that kind of competency would get attention and make political enemies. Having political enemies is a great thing; it means you are doing a good job and ultimately doing the people’s work. Many people get into politics for the wrong reasons, making it a weary point of conversation for most people. They’d rather not deal with politics because their experience with politicians is often very negative for that reason. But Thomas is the exception. He is like the classic representative from some far-flung Wild West town that greets all his voters with enthusiasm, shakes hands with everyone, including all the babies, and is sincere in doing it. And people love him. Going into January of 2022, I would think that Thomas Hall would be a slam dunk for re-election. But you can’t take anything for granted these days. Some people may not know Thomas yet, especially with the prospects of redistricting, so endorsements are an excellent way to learn more about him.

Thomas and I met to film the endorsement video in West Chester, Ohio, to the south of where he lives and works, just north of Middletown. The 53rd district consists of Middletown, Monroe, Trenton, Seven-Mile, Madison, and Oxford, so West Chester is in another political universe. When we were parking Thomas was like a rock star. People recognized him immediately and wanted to come up and shake his hand. Thomas Hall has, after all, been a part of most of the significant gun legislation that has been moving through Columbus, including arming teachers to promote school safety and constitutional carry. He certainly has the most conservative position on abortion in politics. To the political left, these may seem like extreme positions, but Thomas is far from any kind of extremist. His views are consistent with most people’s, and you can see when he speaks with those who greet him, that is the case. Hall comes across as a friendly young man who cares because he actually does. And it is that attitude that has made him so successful as a first-term member of the House. He’s doing the kind of work in politics that people have wanted to see done for a long time, but often politicians don’t dare to do it. But Thomas is fearless and friendly enough to have compassion for his political rivals. He doesn’t have to be mean or a sell-out. He’s smart enough to win without crawling through the mud, and people can see that. That much is evident when people approached him while we were going to film the video. People naturally like Thomas Hall because they can see that he’s not a phony. 

I’ve known Thomas for a while now; I have seen him at events all over town for years. I know how hard it is for me to attend political events because time is often short, and it’s hard to schedule in my busy life. Thomas is always at all those events, and he goes to a lot more of them than I do. And when he is there, he is always very polite, very respectful, interested in talking to the people around him. He’s always learning new things and applying them to his vast experience as a young man. For me, his first term flew by too quickly. Every time I have met with him, it was reassuring to know that a great person like him was in one of our House seats in Ohio. He is what government should look like, and I’d hate to see that condition change with an election. So for my part, it’s a slam dunk on Thomas Hall, re-elect him, and send him back to Columbus not just with the primary election but the general coming up in November.

The primary is in May. It may seem a bit far out, but we can’t take anything for granted. These things move fast. A good government takes more work than most people usually give to it. But it’s worth it when you get it, which is undoubtedly the case with Thomas Hall. When I think of his name, I think of good government. I think of someone who will stand up to corruption emphatically. He has the ideology of someone new to politics who wants to fight the bad guys out there. But he has the smarts to know how to do it without losing his soul. I would go beyond calling him, my friend. I think he’s excellent for Ohio, great for the nation, and really good for the Trump Republican America that is hatching as we speak. This movement only started to sprout during the first Trump presidency. Those who don’t like Thomas Hall in politics are the same kind of people who didn’t like Trump because both wanted to solve problems rather than use crises to gain more power. No voter could go wrong with Thomas Hall, and when it comes time to vote for him in the primary, I am very much looking forward to voting for him and making the world a better place with a second term.

Rich Hoffman

Our Flag is Still Here: The key to winning in a hostile world

Our Flag is Still Here

I hear the concern in people’s voices.  But my optimism about the strength of the American idea is not based on fluffy hopes strung together by nonsense.  As I discuss in the video above, America has been attacked in just about every direction that can be imagined, yet we are still here.  We have withstood some vile attempts from a jealous world, and we have stood up far better than anybody expected, and that is something to build on and understand.  My perspective, and the one that fueled the contents of my new book The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business so that I could share it with others and give them a blueprint to what America is and all that it should be, is that I work with guns a lot and in so doing, it removes a lot of fear from my life.  And when you are functioning without a lot of anxiety, you tend to see things more clearly.  For instance, as I was filming the video for this article, I was preparing for a long weekend shoot with the Ohio Fast Draw Association International up in Darke County, Ohio.  Let me tell you, that weekend shoot was a little bit of paradise.  There were a lot of really good people there.  Every fast draw match starts with a pledge of allegiance and a prayer.  At one point, the wind had blown off the mount where our American flag was hanging, and the organizers of the event stopped everything and picked it up to fold it neatly to put back in the truck.  There was nothing phony about it; these guys loved the flag and took what it represented very seriously.

Additionally, I go shooting every other Friday at my local range in West Chester. By spending a lot of time with guns, people who shoot guns, I get to see a side of America that is invisible to most people.  And I would say that for those looking around and are scared, there is a lot of evidence that our country is still here and that all these attempts to overthrow it will fail.  But our nation needs a boost now and then, which is the context of this little message.  There is a lot more right than wrong, and the wrongs can be fixed.  All it takes is for us to show a little courage. 

I will always propose that one of the things that make America unique is its gun culture.  That is why I am pretty calm talking about these things, because ultimately, if all things go to hell in a handbasket, I have a way to defend my family and myself, anywhere, at all times.  I don’t get up every day thinking of shooting someone. Still, my perspective on my independence is very traditional, as it has been in America before when the world’s nations looked at America and wanted to tear it down for being too good and too rich.   I explain all that in my book for reference, but in short, that jealousy of the world toward us has fueled much of the evil we are witnessing now.  Only they won’t say it that way.  Instead, they have attempted to get us to undo ourselves through drugs, through bad ideas, through illegal immigration to change voting patterns and every other means of erosion of morality through religion and financial strife.  I understand that it can all look pretty scary for people who don’t have the means to defend themselves.  After all, we all know the victims of this attack against America from every front.  We see the cost to their minds and bodies.  Yet, I find it quite evident that America has endured despite all the attempts to sink it.  People may be debilitated and lost.  But the idea of freedom has withstood the test of time in a very positive way which, believe it or not, has the bad guys on the run.  I can see it clearly, from the Dr. Fauci types to the leaders of all the major countries.  They did not think America would withstand all that it has. 

As I was driving home from the shoot in Greenville, I was catching up on the news.  We had been doing our Fast Draw event out on the border of Indiana at a shooting range isolated well from the outside world.  There wasn’t much of any internet, so I was in a news blackout during the shoot.  But back in the car driving back to Cincinnati, I caught up on all the news stories, and there was a good one about a minor league baseball team where the announcer had told everyone they were going to skip the National Anthem.  That caused an uproar in the audience, so they took over, and all stood and sang the song themselves, which forced the players to join them.  This has been happening in other places too.  People are refusing the Woke culture that is trying to shut down the American idea of greatness.  Instead, they are not looking to the authorities to protect their free speech ability; they are just taking it upon themselves to do so anyway.   That is the America I know, and I see a lot of that wherever I go.  What they are telling us on the news is not representative of how America is.

Additionally, I have traveled all over America this year and can say I’ve seen it up close.  Traveling west, which doesn’t get talked about much because electorally, the votes from those states aren’t very significant to elections. Still, as I described at our Ohio Fast Draw event, you can see a love for the American flag in the people.  I see in people a refusal to allow America to fall.  What is happening is that many of them are just waking up to the danger, but once awake, I see that they will do what they need to do.  I am sure of it, which is the purpose of sharing this view through this article.  A lot of people need to know that America isn’t going away.  Trump will return to the office.  But my warning to everyone is that the fight doesn’t go away.  The lack of conflict is what caused all the attacks in the first place.  We are required as a people to stand up for ourselves.  I recommend getting a gun, practicing with that gun, and spending time around others who do.  That will put your mind in the right place.  But it’s just the start of being engaged in society to the point that it is required to defend freedom and liberty. 

We have to take a moral stand on the kinds of things that make a good American.  Even though we have shown that we can withstand the many attacks, in the future, we will need to be more resolute and not so apologetic about our success.  Rather, let all the jealous countries see that pride and mimic it for themselves.  Who cares if they are jealous?  Force them to get better through competition with us.  That ultimately will save them.  But as Americans, don’t fall for their poisons.  It is their poison of thoughts and action that has led to so much debilitating condition.  Give yourself options of purity and justice for all so that you can then share that with others.  And in that way, we can Save America and do what needs to be done politically, economically, and morally.

Rich Hoffman

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The Good Guy J.D. Vance: There’s a long way to go, but he’s certainly one you’d like to see get there

A Good Guy, J.D. Vance

Nancy Nix continues to be a great example of influence leadership in Butler County, Ohio.  I attribute the success of any endeavor, whether it’s a successful business or a political community, to the strength of its influence leadership, which I spend a lot of time talking about in my new book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business.  Influence leaders are not the ones who put a spotlight on themselves; but instead, they work as leaders in ways that aren’t traditionally measured for the success of any enterprise.  And that’s what Nancy does, and how I finally was able to meet J.D. Vance after many other opportunities to do so came up short.  I had wanted to meet J.D. since he is running for the Rob Portman senate seat.  I had been writing about how much I like Jane Timken in that role.  I had liked Josh Mandel because I know him as a Tea Party guy.  But I’m not crazy how he has managed the pressure once he did get essential seats.  Timken just picked up an endorsement of Kristi Noem, which meant a lot to me, but the big drawback there is that she’s too close to Mike DeWine.  When I have talked to her personally, she is quick to explain the complexity of that relationship.  I give her some room there because everyone has to have some representation as a party leader even if she doesn’t agree with everything they do.  But the question is, to what effect would other things be accepted in accepting a few screwballs here and there?  Some other candidates for this Rob Portman Senate race are not viable, likely under 10%ers who just muddy the water.  But J.D. Vance is one whom I’ve wanted to like because I liked his book Hillbilly Elegy when it first came out, and I have thought he did a great job in the media covering that book and talking about Trump’s White House.  Yet he seemed too good, so I have had questions for him that you could only tell upon meeting someone, and until Nancy managed to get us together, I would have never otherwise known. 

When reading the Hillbilly Elegy, I had thought that it was precisely people like J.D. Vance who should be managing our affairs in government.  After all, he checked all the boxes; he was a lawyer trained at Yale, worked in the tech industry, was a Marine, and rose from the ashes of Middletown, Ohio, which is literally in my back yard to move into great things of personal achievement. They made an interesting Netflix movie about his life and family based on the book, and I wondered if his wife was as sweet and understanding in real life as she was in the book and movie.  As it turned out, she was.  And when meeting J.D., you can tell without a shadow of a doubt that he is a good guy.  A very good person and the reason for it is that he had a good family.  Sure, the Hillbilly Elegy was about severe dysfunction at certain levels. Vance’s mother is now known so well for her history of substance abuse.  He had a wild childhood that crushes most kids in most families, most of the time.  As J.D. says in his book, he is astonished to come from his childhood and into this new life as a normal person.  I don’t think I am too surprised that J.D. is such a good person because even with all the dysfunction with his mother, he had a very good family otherwise.  Many people inside the Beltway politics don’t know that those from the mountains of Kentucky and West Virginia, on down into Tennessee and Virginia, are pretty intelligent.  They have been ridiculed and made fun of in every way that society can make fun of a people.  But I’ve known them all my life, and I have had family members go through the same kind of thing as J.D. has.  Luckily my parents were rock solid, but I have cousins and aunts and uncles who were every bit as troubled as J.D. Vance’s mother was.  It often comes from being too smart for their own good, which gets them into trouble, and they turn to drugs to shut out the voices of logic that run counter to a crazy world.  Reality is just a little too real for them, and they collapse on themselves.  But in J.D. Vance’s story, his strong and deep family is pretty standard among the people I know, and yes, they are Trump voters.  They listen to Alex Jones in the garage through a rebel radio network.  I have family, in fact, that still lives down in the areas of Kentucky, such as Slade and Buckhorn, who are so suspicious of census workers that often those government workers disappear, never to be heard from again. 

I had a few copies of the Hillbilly Elegy; I bought the updated paperback when it came out after the Netflix film was released, and J.D. had added the new afterword at the back of the book.  There he explains that he took his book proceeds and bought the property down in Jackson, Kentucky, where his grandparents were buried, and stated that he wanted to preserve the land so that his kids could enjoy it as he did.  I brought that book with me for him to sign at our meeting, which he did.  Yes, J.D. Vance is a really good and sincere person.  He is the real deal.  But my concern was how would he hold up under the pressure of politics once the honeymoon was over and his Mr. Smith Goes to Washington moment was over.  After all, it’s not a question as to whether he can get elected.  J.D. has some great campaign people.  He has great fundraising and support.  He is great at television and other forms of communication.  He has a supportive wife.  You can check all the positives.  Is he tough? Well, he had to be to come out of childhood without being a mess.  Can he stand up to corruption?  I think he has no tolerance for corruption and can afford to stand up to it, knowing that he has a good family to lean on no matter what happens in his life.  So, I asked him the question I wanted to ask, why I needed to meet him. “So what will make you different than Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, other Mr. Smith Goes to Washington types who get into the Senate with great intentions only to get buzz-sawed in that corrupt culture?” And he said the only thing that could be the correct answer; he said, “well, it’s going to take a coalition of about 8 or 9 people, and from there, we can begin to turn the tide.” It was good to hear that he understood that beyond just campaign talk.  Everyone has great ideas when they are trying to get elected.  But very few know what to do once they get there.

J.D. Vance on the Warroom

J.D. Vance was ready for the buzz-saw.  His wife was there, and I could see her look; it was the look of a supportive wife who would have enjoyed being anywhere but there because all the handshaking was not her thing.  But in her was that same kind of unconditional and dependable love that J.D. had with his Mamaw.  How do I know, because I have a wife like that, and I had a grandmother much as J.D. did.  Appalachia women from the mountains and the wild men they married and tamed.  It’s a Middletown, Hamilton, Ohio kind of thing.  And when you find a wife who understands, then it can make a person nearly invincible.  And for those reasons and more, J.D. Vance is a good option for that much-needed Senate seat. There’s a long way to go in the race yet. Still, I would love for a person like J.D. Vance to fill such a seat when the world is desperately hungry for those kinds of people to manage our government with influence leadership and a tremendous personal foundation for truth and justice for all.  I want to see how all these candidates hold up under the pressure in the upcoming months, but I can at least say now, I am cheering for J.D. Vance.  I hope to see him intact at the finish line.

Rich Hoffman

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Saving America: We’ve become stupid, its time to change that

We have to become Smarter as a Nation

For my own anger management, the travel I’ve done around America so far in 2021 has been very redeeming; I’d recommend it to anybody who has found themselves stressed out over the election of 2020 to put things in perspective.  My travel certainly did it for me, especially after spending one of my travel days at Mt. Rushmore and Deadwood on the same day.  All of my kids have been significantly harmed by Covid.  I have personally been hurt by it, just as everyone has.  I took Covid very personally.  The government was anti-Constitutional, and I see nothing in life that is worth violating those laws.  Then when you add the election fraud and the reality of having the most progressive administration in the history of America inserted in our government, ruining all our lives even further, I was either ready to blow up and become the character from the movie, Falling Down.  Or I was going to figure out something that has eluded civilization so far and bring back the boons of it for the benefit of all.  So I picked the latter and hit the road with my entire family in our RV, and we had a marvelous time discovering America and seeing many things that I had only read about.  To say that any of the places were my favorite places would be disingenuous.  Everything was wonderful.  But I found at Mt. Rushmore an itch I had been trying to scratch for years, and I can only tell you that it eased my mind considerably.   A combination of that travel day, reading all the books I bought along the way, and reading them nightly at our campsites in my favorite chair set up next to my portable traveling office gave me a fresh perspective that I did not think possible.  But it was possible, and I would like to share the results with others out there, such as you, dear reader who might find comfort in those results. 

After our last trip to Europe, my wife and I decided that we didn’t want to visit overseas anywhere again until we saw almost everything in our own country.  It took us a few years to build up to it, but we bought an RV and committed ourselves to the task.  At the time, we didn’t know the world would be turned upside down, but that it did only elevated the urgency to travel more.  After the massive letdown of our government with Covid and the obvious disappointment on Election Day 2020, where people went to bed thinking Trump won, then waking up seeing that Biden had, we accelerated our plans. We hit the road so I could think things through.  I needed to go out into the deserts of our country away from everyone and think.  To stop by gas stations and not use their dirty bathrooms, but those in our RV.  To get our drinks out of the refrigerator and climb off the grid for a while.  Also, to read lots of books without hotel staff bothering me or even bothering to go out to dinner.  I wanted everything to be with me and to have my home with me at all times, even as the scenery outside that home changed by the hour.  I think a culmination of all those elements made Mt. Rushmore much more potent for me.

As we visited Mt. Rushmore, I was thinking of the British Museum in London, and the Louvre in Paris, even some of the temples and monuments I had visited in Japan and I have to say, it was my favorite place of all, so far in my life.  I’ve been to many exotic locations worldwide, even most exquisitely, the temples and pyramids of the Mayan culture, and Mt. Rushmore was the best.  It far exceeded my expectations.  It was not because of the fine stonework and the viewing platforms they had erected but because the entire place was dedicated to intelligence and philosophy.  It was the perfect place for me at the ideal time for my thoughts, and I came away with some authentically fresh perspective.  It was that itch I had always been trying to scratch, and I felt a tremendous amount of relief after visiting there.  At that same time as I was at that monument, my publisher was putting the final touches of my Gunfighter’s Guide to Business out for my last review, which I had been structuring as a strategy guide for making businesses successful, but countries as well.  So, I was in the perfect place, and this is a feeling that will stay with me for a long time. 

We often take it for granted that our country can handle anything.  We’ve allowed our people to become corrupt, sexually obsessed, drug-influenced, and, through our public education system, turned into absolute idiots.  We weren’t born that way, but we have allowed many jealous outside influences to harm our intellects as a country, and we have now seen the result.  We have seen the attacks on our culture culminate into the mass calamity of our times.  But still, I saw in people during that trip, all day there at Mt. Rushmore, then up in Deadwood, Americans are so resilient.  Even with all the devastation, these were not conquered people.  The system of American freedom had proven that even with all the pitfalls we have experienced, our nation could withstand it all.  But to indeed have a great country, we needed places of intelligence to raise our intellects to where a great country should expect to be.  If we wanted to save America from the attackers worldwide who wanted to bring it down, many of who are now acting as domestic enemies, we would have to get smarter as a culture. 

As usual for me, books and time to read them helped my anxieties tremendously, and they would do the same for you.  For anybody.  And to truly save this country, that is the key to not just saving it but keeping it that way.  Mt. Rushmore was built to remind people, such as in times like these, why we tried to create a country in the first place.  It worked so well, we have taken it for granted, and many people have allowed themselves to be seduced by the antics of the world.  They have been seduced by stupidity and told that it was a virtue.   Well, stupidity is not a virtue.  We were told that we should lower our defenses and allow insurgents to raid us through our schools, through our businesses, and corrupt our politics so that there would be no sign of a republic for which we could hope to stand.   If we want to keep our country great, we must get more intelligent as a culture; we have to return to the times of readers like Lincoln and Roosevelt.  Of Jefferson, who started the Library of Congress with his collection of books.  America was built on philosophy and intelligence.  It was a divorce from the stupidity of the world, not in adoration of it.  And even in our own family, my wife and I have traveled the world only to realize that the best things were always around us.  Yet we did not see those places because the world was saying that everything else was great.  Well, I’ve been to those places, and nothing was better than Mt. Rushmore.  And there has been no more satisfying experience than in reading the books I brought from there.  If I seem content in my thoughts these days, it’s because of this minor boon, which I think has the power to change the world. 

Rich Hoffman

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Why Climate Change is a Complete Hoax: The escape room of planet earth

Climate Change is a Hoax

One of the biggest scams in the world currently is the ridiculous notions of climate change that communist lefties are perpetually talking about.  It is the exact voodoo government science that we get from Covid virus talk.  They are trying to tell us that there are Delta, Beta, and Alpha variants that could kill us at any moment, all in an attempt to keep us under the control of fear for their political maneuvering.  Climate change is much worse because they don’t have anything tangible to point to and say that it’s real, such as they did with Covid by pointing to a few sick people and declaring the suspension of all global constitutions to have a political coup where health directors became the new dictators.  Yet in our modern-day with all the science at our disposal, the Biden administration has identified climate change as the priority of our military, of our pentagon resources. It has set targets of achievement that will strangle our economy, chasing after a specter of zero emissions and 100% pure Sierra Club emotion rooted in sentiment, not facts.  For the facts on the matter, I would point any curious mind to Dinosaur National Monument, a perfect destination in Utah and Colorado to see natural science at work at the Morrison excavation site where dinosaur bones are falling out of the rocks from 150 million years ago.

The first answer to the question on climate change can be seen in those rock layers, which at that particular place in America is a very pronounced layer of ancient soil that used to be a winding river that fed an ancient inland sea.  All this was at sea level back then. Still, over time the earth would buckle and wrinkle due to the movement of plate tectonics and, even more dramatically, the same caldera forces that push Yellowstone many miles to the north into essentially a giant pimple on the face of the earth from immense volcanic pressure underneath.  The last major eruption of the Yellowstone caldera was around 600,000 years ago. Compared to the many millions of years that the dinosaur bones were being fossilized in their present locations in the Morrison excavation site, Yellowstone and the forces under the earth had erupted several more times in that duration.  Eventually, those eruptions (and other forces) pushed up the ground that used to be at sea level to where those rock layers from that ancient river bed to well over 6000 feet today.  That is a lot of rock movement and force shaping the earth over a very long time measured in human years.  Not long in geologic time, but for the lifespans of human beings, it all in the blink of an eye. 

They have a wonderful exhibit at Dinosaur National Monument on the Utah side of the park that is just fantastic; they have a quarry discovered in that particular rock layer that has over 1,600 dinosaur bones from that ancient river.  There is a safe assumption that under that current quarry that is now sealed off from the weather with a nice air conditioned building to allow study and visitors to see all this for themselves, many more bones can be found.  The story becomes apparent when you go outside and take a fossil hike through the desert to see literally that more bones directly fall out of the erosion of the surrounding peaks.  I read about all this before visiting Dinosaur National Monument with my family. Still, even I was taken aback by looking at all the various rock layers on display at the peaks of these mountains that were revealed through erosion bit by bit.  Talk about climate change driven by geologic change; it had been going on for a long time, well before there were ever human beings that we know about.  To be so high up in elevation relative to sea level and to see such a vast fossil record stuck in those places, where what is now high up in the earth’s crust used to be at the very bottom, which is how the fossilization occurred in the first place, is to see the truth about global warming.  It’s not a new fad that politicians have just seized upon to drive communism into the cultures of social organization.  Global warming has nothing to do with human beings at all, only that the evidence of millions of years of dinosaur occupation of the earth shows that they were painted with extinction early on and left to die and rot in those rock layers.  Humans have approximately 30,000 years or so to get their act together and get off the earth before the same thing essentially happens to them.  Space is the only way to survive. Otherwise, history would repeat itself, and another 100 million years from now, some lifeform may contemplate us in the same way.  Only what luckily is fossilized under near-perfect conditions of mineral-rich soil preserving everything we have ever done about anything.

Looking for Dinosaur Bones

We also visited Yellowstone, and it was a little unsettling for me to know the truth about what was under our feet.  Yellowstone isn’t just a pretty place; it’s a massive supervolcano that, when it erupts, will turn the soil like a plow everything for hundreds of miles in radius around the park.   It was a reminder that climate change happens on earth and is driven from it through cosmic forces both throughout the solar system, the galaxy beyond, and the universe in general.  Likely even a multiverse plays its part in the movement of forces that tug and pull on the earth that constantly change its surface.  Therefore, climate change activists are some of the dumbest people ever to cast an opinion because they look at the world today and assume that it should stay that way for all eternity, which is entirely unrealistic.  All the preservation attempts made to “save the earth” are futile because humans thinking in the way of climate change activists are just too small-minded to get their minds around the truth.  The earth is almost daring humans to escape its surface before the next great extinction event, which is poised to happen at Yellowstone at any moment.  It’s due for its next eruption, and when it does occur, life on earth will change dramatically. Not for the first time, but as the dinosaurs learned, for a terminal limit on the current life crawling around the surface. It’s not about saving the earth from humans; it’s all about humans leaving the earth before the planet kills everyone.  That is the game at play. 

Dinosaur National Monument

The earth and its violent forces will continue to live and do what it does until the sun eventually expands and consumes the entire planet a few billion years from now.  Many life forms will rise and fall on the earth in that time frame, and what are now oceans will be tomorrow’s mountain peaks.  Nothing will stay the same as it is now.  If all civilizations were to climb into a tent and live a zero-emission life to save the planet from carbons that plantlife consumes anyway, imminent destruction for all life will still threaten all of us.  The game is not preservation, but to look at our term on earth like an escape room.  We have a time limit, and it’s not infinite.  We make our scientific discoveries and hope to invent a way to escape earth as a species before the earth does us in.  All those beautiful mountains we see and coastal areas where we build our condos are all in a state of flex.  Tomorrow they will be gone whether or not humans live or not.  And that is the nature of climate change.  The fact that there is change is irrefutable.  But the cause of that change is not political or controlled by humans.  It’s essentially a geologic escape room that is watching us with a smile on its face, and we are running out of time to get out.  Because the next extinction event is right around the corner. And most people don’t see it because they don’t look at the big picture of how things connect; they only stay in their tiny realms of professional understanding.  They never connect the dots allowing looting politicians to fill the void of knowledge with speculation and power grabs.   

Rich Hoffman

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What I Learned from Cookie, The Rodeo Clown: Liberals don’t have a chance

I have to thank Cookie, the rodeo clown, for a great night at the rodeo in Cody, Wyoming.  One of my sons-in-law suggested we go to the rodeo as a family while doing some extensive travel out west.  On our way to where we were staying for the night, he pointed out the big arena dedicated to nightly rodeos during the summer months, complete with mountains and vast desert in the background. I’ve been to rodeos in the past, the kind that comes to towns like Butler County, Ohio in a fairground setting, or some of the big ones that come to the arena in downtown Cincinnati. Still, I can say that I had never had the opportunity to see one in the west, where they usually do them in town.  There, they are the centerpieces of social activity, and this open-air arena in Cody was meant to hold thousands of people, of which it was filled when we arrived.  The sun was setting, the air was chilling, and it was just about a perfect day.  The crowd was filled with real Americans, and we were about as far away from Washington D.C. politics as we could get, and it was refreshing.  Many F-Biden flags were blowing from the tailgates in the parking lot, which was an otherwise reminder of what was happening in the world outside of Cody.  Nowhere did we see a corrosive liberal, which made the hotdogs and concession Cokes taste so much better. 

The Rodeo in Cody, Wyoming

When you hear stories like the one from this week of New York prosecutors harassing Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg over accusations of tax dealings, we all know it’s purely political; how the political left weaponizes law enforcement to impose social will on all participants in society.  That was one reason I was on a trip out west with my family, which consisted of over 5000 miles by the time we were back home.  I wanted to see lots of open places where there were few people so that I could get right in my mind the fight that we had before us.  I don’t live in a big city like New York.  Cincinnati has all the good things of a big city and all the good things of a rural community, so I’m pleased with it as a place to be.  But it is on the front line of the greater global battle that is going on between global progressives and traditional conservatives.  And when I need a vacation, I more need to be away from the people causing all the trouble than really embarking on a regional endeavor.  I knew where we were going, but I was a little surprised by the height of the mountains crossing Wyoming going to Cody, next to Yellowstone, followed by a vast desert between the mountains and our destination for the night. 

Arriving in Cody, Wyoming, founded by Buffalo Bill, a person who has had a significant impact on my life over the years, it was like a mirage that just arose out of the harsh countryside.  I know of Buffalo Bill because of my exposure to the western arts over the years, specifically the Annie Oakley Festival in Darke County, Ohio, every year.  Annie Oakley worked in Buffalo Bill’s show, and that was what that celebration honored, was a tribute which I often participated in those Buffalo Bill Wild West Shows.  So, for me going to a town founded based on Buffalo Bill was quite a pleasant pilgrimage.  Just visiting a place like that was enough for me.  When we decided actually to participate in the culture of that town and go to a rodeo at the capital of rodeos in the world, well, that made a special night spectacular for me.  While driving through the desert to get there, I was thinking about the problems back home, in the political world.  I was wondering how anybody ever thought they were going to get away with election fraud, and how they were going to try to divert everyone’s attention from the crimes of the century with Covid, and mass voter fraud, the phony prosecution of the Trump Organization, Rudy Giuliani himself, Sydney Powell and many others.  Justice had to be enacted toward the vile despots who had to take over our government, and I was thinking about how to do that as we arrived.  For me, Cody, Wyoming, was like a nice drink of cold water when I needed it most. 

Enjoying the atmosphere

A rodeo is often made or broken based on the rodeo clowns who work the night entertaining the audience while corralling the animals after the sets are completed safely behind the scenes.  They have rodeos like this every night all over the west; I saw advertisements for them in Deadwood, Cheyenne, even down in Vernal, Utah.  Conservatives were entirely in their element; there was likely no Democrat who voted for Joe Biden anywhere close.  Probably the government workers at the National Parks and down in Jackson, Wyoming, but all other places were strong Republicans who were still very supportive of President Trump.  Cookie, the rodeo clown, knew that as he told jokes during the show.  I have included an example here for review.  Most of the audience members were not from back east; this was an everyday ritual for them.  But for me, it was much needed after a rough year of politics.  Where I live, the Biden presidency is like a cloud over everything in life, primarily because I am politically active.  Not everyone pays as close attention to these kinds of things as I do.  But for the people of Cody, Wyoming, all they knew of Joe Biden was indicated on those flags flying from those truck beds.  They had no tolerance for liberals, and I had an answer to a question I never really thought of asking until I went to that rodeo.  There would never be a political insurgency in America.  There was no threat of these coastal liberals taking over the country.  I had at that point seen enough of the country to know that these were not a conquered people.  The only reason there wasn’t an all-out war between conservatives and liberals was that the distances of land kept them far enough apart to prevent the conflict.  But there was no risk of liberals taking away nights at the rodeo like I was watching.  Most of what we saw of that fight was just a Truman Show-like setting that existed entirely in media.  It had no grip on reality.

Cookie, the Rodeo Clown, wasn’t trying to change the world; he and his partners were doing their good and honest thing.  They were undoubtedly Christian soldiers who were deeply committed to a conservative lifestyle reflected in their jokes of the evening.  After the show, I talked to the rodeo clowns. I noticed that they had crosses on their facepaint indicating a religious foundation for the performance of each of them, including Cookie.  I appreciated that because it let me know that these were not people who would be pushed around, the way progressives on both coasts thought they could get away with doing.  Where the rubber hit the road out in places like Cody, Wyoming, there was no yielding to evil.  They were more than ready to go to war with it, and on that night, I saw just how hard of a line of defense we had in America.  America was far from broken.  Liberals had no idea what kind of fight they had picked and how far toward a loss completely they were already on.

Rich Hoffman

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The Crime of the Century: Liz Cheney and other soft Republicans are helping cover it up

Just a little message to Liz Cheney, who picked a horrible hill to die on, election fraud happened in the 2020 election. Those who played along with the liberal narrative will find themselves on the out of politics from now on.  People aren’t stupid. I’ve said it many times before; media companies do not shape society; they reflect it.  The audacity of the billionaire media heads to assume that they could create a narrative and force the world to stick to it regarding an election coup of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, was a terrible calculation.  Then for politicians like Liz Cheney to not see the writing on the wall and pick all the wrong strategies anyway is outright embarrassing.  Liz Cheney chose to use the protests at the Capitol on January 6th to attempt to remove Trump from political existence.  She couldn’t have known then or at any point in the election of 2020 whether or not there wasn’t election fraud.  She couldn’t have made such a declarative statement, honestly.  She might have hoped that there wasn’t, but she couldn’t have known.  Like many in the media, Liz chose to support our election process regardless of whether there was fraud for the sanctity of the institution itself.   

Think about how ridiculous the proposal from Mitch McConnell and Liz Cheney and many Republicans took on election fraud.  Secretly, many of them want to be president themselves, so to get rid of Trump would be the best thing in the world for them.  They want their party back with a much lower bar so they can have a chance at power. That’s bad enough.  But to support a crime without even seeking evidence that there wasn’t a crime is reprehensible.  And now that we are deep into the election fraud investigation, we see some fire under all the smoke.  The media hasn’t wanted to look at it because they got the memo from the billionaires who want to run our country from the shadows.  If the media wish to have jobs, they better follow it.  It is more important that people believe in our elections than to discover that there is a reason not to trust them.  Because everything that has been done regarding elections has centered on trust, including going from paper ballots to digital read-outs, imagine the hassle of moving away from electronic machines connected to the internet to a punch card system. 

Any intelligent person would see by now what the Democrats have been up to; they want election chaos, extended voting periods, no IDs, mail-ins for those who can’t get to the polls because they do not have a majority in the country. If they have to play by a rigid set of rules, they may never get any candidates elected, even in California.  Republicans have sat on their hands playing nice only to allow Democrats to have competitive races.  But the reality is that it’s not that close nationally.  Only with lax election laws can Democrats appear to come close.  And because there were enough Republicans to play along in this last election, because they wanted a shot at power themselves, Democrats used loose rules, digital voting machines, and other methods to steal the election up and down the ticket starting with the White House.  It was the evilest thing many of us will ever see, yet it happened.  We know it happened; then we listen to people like Liz Cheney talk about law and order in our society, that the January 6th events were the worst thing to ever happen in our country, and we see a phony. 

The level of corruption we are seeing these days, specifically the announcement of the New York Attorney General notifying the Trump Organization that it is the subject of a criminal investigation, it is impossible to declare that there wasn’t intent by these same radical political groups to commit election fraud.  They have weaponized our intelligence agencies; they have indeed weaponized several AGs around the country.  That same New York branch is on a personal crusade against the NRA to occupy them with legal burdens.  The corrupt AGs intend to destroy their targets, the NRA, the Trump Organization, even the McCloskey’s in St Louis. We have seen firsthand the law enforcement branches abusing their power for political gain. It’s happening right in front of our faces, yet Liz Cheney decided to play along with the game regarding election fraud.  The question is not whether there was election fraud.  How can you say there wasn’t?  Given this political environment, how could anybody take such a stand without being part of the problem? 

I’m sure it was a terror to see so many Trump supporters come to Washington to rally behind him for one last chance to keep him in office.  After all, for them, what was the alternative?  What were they protesting?  What we see now, which we all knew was coming as a result of a Biden election?  Whether the election was fair or not was irrelevant. There are people in America who will draw blood to prevent a communist takeover. The people who attacked the Capitol on the 6th felt justifiably that it was no different from the Bolsheviks taking over Petrograd under Lenin or Cuba under Castro.  I would say that there are still options besides the spilling of blood, but that Trump Americans are not going to accept socialism and communism, and that resisting that was what the events of January 6th, 2021 were all about.  It’s not so simple as law and order in elections.  All that is out the window, and because Liz Cheney chose not to know it or see it, she has established herself as part of the problem. 

For Liz Cheney and other Republicans to pick the hill of law and order to die on when the enemies have hidden behind that same law and order, they admit to the world that they are part of the crime of the century.  When something as big as all this legal corruption occurs on your watch, as an elected representative, there is no choice but to take a stand as hard as it may be.  If Liz wanted to stand for law and order, she would seek to punish those genuinely breaking it.  Trump had a right to question the legality of the election.  If crimes were committed, then those crimes need to be punished.  You don’t punish the guy for asking the question of challenging the results.  The people who voted for Trump can’t be expected to be harassed by legal authorities seeking to suppress evidence of a crime.  If they get mad, who could blame them if they genuinely stand for law and order?  The rule of law does not mean accepting crimes just because it’s the government committing them.  Not asking questions about crime to maintain civility among hostile agents is just as bad as accepting criminal intent.  And Liz and her type of Republicans are undoubtedly guilty of that.  And people have a right to be angry with her.  Accepting evil is not a good thing, as the Democrats are proposing.  They are abusing their grip of the law presently, and the longer it goes on, the more violent and brutal it will be to regain regulation and order in the future.  Appeasement makes it worse for everyone.

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The Government Panics: Over a quarter of all people just aren’t going to get the Covid vaccine

Government fails to convince people that Covid was real

I’m not bragging, but it’s important to point out when you are right about something so that people know they can trust you when you say something.  I watch a lot of news, and I listen to talk radio for nearly 16 to 17 hours per day, often when I’m doing other things as well.  I read a lot, at least 3 hours of something a day, newsprint, books, opinion pieces, and I can say that when Covid-19 broke as a story, I blew it off for what it was, an election year attack against Trump after the impeachment thing fell apart in the House in January of 2020.  A plan hatched in Davos and New York by corporate progressives behind the Green communist agenda then hatched their plan to steal the election.  They planned to trap Trump with this whole Covid thing, and a national shutdown of the economy was created to ruin the red hot economy.  They wanted to cause people not to vote for Trump in the November election later that year.  Trump, however, made the best of things; it didn’t hurt the internals on both sides, so at that point, Plan B was unleashed and Democrats, along with those same corporate progressives, planned to use Covid as an excuse to change voting habits.  I said all that in January and February before there was even a single lockdown, so by March, when all the unfathomable police state lockdowns started happening, and people didn’t know what to do, I had predicted everything, to the crossed “Ts” and dotted, “Is.” And because of my exposure to media, I think it’s safe to say that I was the first and only one perhaps in the entire world to call Covid what it was at the point when the CDC and WHO was saying it.  It was a scam at the start, and it’s a scam now; even people who typically are good with these things, like Rush Limbaugh, bought the Covid begin in the first two weeks, but not me.  I didn’t buy it for one minute, so that should set the stage for all the things I will say about Covid in the months to come, including today. 

The Covid lockdowns, the quarantining, the social distancing, everything we have been doing regarding Covid has been for show, to sell the severity of the virus without any proof that it was ever hazardous.  We know the government agencies lied to us about the deaths, how they spread, and what was good to do or not do based on their agenda items.  It was clear that most of what we did do in reaction to Covid made things worse, which the government wanted to keep the story alive to satisfy all their political targets for 2020.  Just look at the case from a New York perspective, and the betrayal becomes obvious.  The same for Michigan, a complete disaster.  The solution to Covid from the beginning was to take medicine.  Not to wear a dirty virus-filled mask that kept the virus alive longer and allowed it to spread more easily because you constantly touch the mask with your hands then touch everything else.  And to avoid exposing the virus to ultraviolent sunlight, which kills it. After all, the mask’s purpose was to keep the virus alive longer so that Democrats and their science activists could keep the virus alive until the election was over.  Like now, Joe Biden has set a target of July 4th before people can remove their masks to show off the new authority the government thinks it has because of how people listened to them during 2020.  Only 2021 is a different story.  People are no longer listening.  Thankfully, they are finally calling bullshit on the government response to the virus because history has more than shown that people like me were right from the beginning; the government approach to Covid was all wrong and deliberately toxic for strategic political reasons.  And now that there are vaccines available, the kind of people who fall for these government tricks are ready to get back into action.  Then, the people like me always thought Covid was pure politics who are now joined in skepticism by the vaccination types. 

I knew what was going to happen all along. The activity at Paul Brown Stadium during the last weekend of April 2021 is all anybody needs to know about Covid protocols and their motivations, and the government’s ability to know anything.  So free vaccinations were being offered at the pro football stadium in downtown Cincinnati, where I live. They expected 5000 people to come and get the shot over that public offering, to fight Covid—as it was sold to the public.  However, only 1000 people showed up.  The government missed the mark by 4000 people, overstating what they thought would show up based on their internal projections and considering a downtown population of around a million people in the region.  They ended the weekend way under their targets. As a result of some re-calculation that goes all the way up to the Biden White House and their CDC co-conspirators, it is now apparent that there will always be a quarter of our entire population who will never get the Covid vaccination. 

So what does all that mean?  Well, even with all the hard-selling, the cheated election results, the attempted conquest by the government on a society of free people who were convinced to lock themselves in their homes, destroy their economy, lose their jobs and even not see family members, there is still one-quarter of the entire American population that hasn’t been terrified into getting the vaccine.  Of those who did get the vaccine, they essentially did so to regain freedom from a government that took those freedoms away during the whole ordeal. They didn’t get the vaccine because they believed the CDC and other government scientists so much as ordinary people just wanted to get the government off their backs so they could get back to everyday life. They were learning all that makes that quarter percent population a lot scarier than they otherwise might be because the government threw everything, including the kitchen sink, at this Covid thing only to get these very short-term results.  When the government scientists roleplayed this whole coronavirus attack from China back at Event 202 in New York in October of 2019, they planned and expected a much more significant portion of the American population to be suckered into this scam.  For them, it is very disheartening to learn that all they accomplished over the last year of their scamdemic failed to do more than get 1000 people to show up at a football stadium to get something for free for what was sold as a “good cause.”

I know now it’s fashionable to be scared of what the government has done with Covid and the intentions for destroying our Republic.  The masks are off, and people can now see what I’ve been warning everyone about for decades.  And I haven’t been wrong about any of it.  And I’m not wrong now when I say that there is panic in this Biden government of corporate progressives.  They thought they were masters of the universe, and they did not respect the American people.  They failed to understand what motivates them, what makes them tick.  Corporate progressives thought that just because people respond favorably to their burger ads or will shop at their stores and go to their theme parks, watch their network television shows, that they would also listen to the same types of people when told that Covid was dangerous and would give up their freedoms to fight it. That’s where everything went wrong.  Americans will do things and listen when they think they have a choice.  But the moment you take that choice away from them, they go in the other direction.  They vote for Trump.  They go to motorcycle rallies.  They drink too much.  They do lots of destructive things they might not otherwise do if the government had just left them alone.  Because they are free to think, people in America will naturally question everything and work against organized thought out of their self-preservation.  And that’s why this government and ultimately the global push to make Covid a unifier of all cultures under the communism of China is because people in America are free to think, and once they get a chance, they decide for themselves how to live and think.  They are no closer to being broken than before the day Covid-19 was announced as a pandemic by the CDC and WHO.  For these idiots, that is frustrating—a sure sign of their ultimate and inevitable failure in the months to come.  

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Defending the Cincinnati Zoo: Raw footage of the gorilla attack and the reason it had to be killed

I wasn’t going to say anything about this because I love the Cincinnati Zoo and it was really difficult for them to have to shoot one of their prime gorillas when a four-year old boy fell down into their very nice exhibit over Memorial Day weekend.  Unfortunately most of the news outlets did not show how violent the gorilla had been to the little boy cutting out the harshest moments.  At times the gorilla looked to be protective of the child, and he likely was.  But, things can turn nasty in a moment and anybody who knows anything about animals like these types of gorillas understands that once a human being is in a closed exhibit with a much stronger creature that trouble is highly probable.  So here is the original footage to add context to the situation.

The Cincinnati Zoo is one of the best in the world and I commend the team on staff who had to make an incredibly difficult decision that will cost them greatly.  I don’t blame the mother, I don’t blame the kid, and I certainly don’t blame the zoo.  It was just something that happens and the value of such zoo exhibits are worth the danger.  It is really our responsibility as a human species to respect the dangerous tendency of all animals and not to provoke them.  Below is another example of an aggressive gorilla at another exhibit which might better explain why the Cincinnati Zoo felt they needed to act so quickly.  Notice that when the child beats on its chest in the reflection on the window glass, the gorilla took that as a challenge and attacked the glass—cracking it.

Here is the same exhibit where the same two gorillas got into a sudden fight in front of the spectators.  Listen to the stupid comments of the visitors.  The best thing a zoo can do is protect everyone the best they can and use the profit generated to help save more animals around the world.  For the best experience, zoos try very hard to put visitors as close to the natural habitat of the animals.   But danger is inherit, and that slight threat should always be present in the back of our minds while visiting.   Sometimes in Sea World when dealing with killer whales, people get killed.  And sometimes when dealing with dangerous gorillas bad things happen.

However, it’s important to have these exhibits for both the animals and the humans who visit so that our species can learn something from them.  They need our protection and we need to understand their nature.  When bad things happen, we all need to shrug it off and get to the next day.  The best thing you could do dear reader is to support your local zoo for the service they provide.  And if you live in Cincinnati like I do, make sure to throw a little money in their direction every now and then.  They are some of the best in the business and losing a gorilla is a great loss to them—and they need your support, not your criticism.  Zoos aren’t day cares.  They need to be respected as well as enjoyed.  So treat them that way and visit the Cincinnati Zoo as often as you can.

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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