The New Costco in Liberty Township, Ohio: Small government and guns make communities great

For around two years, I had been looking for a PlayStation 5. Unfortunately for PlayStation, the company released its newest video game console during Covid. Who would have ever thought that the economy of the world would shut down entirely when planning for such a new release? In many places in the world, supply chains have not returned to normal due to massive government interference and their stupid support of Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset. That has been particularly true of computer chips, which make the new PlayStation 5 so powerful. So it’s been very difficult to get a new PlayStation 5. Our family has continued playing our old PlayStation 4 over that duration like many people have had to. But I’ve been on the lookout for one for several years and have not been able to find one. There are usually long waiting lists you have to get on to have a chance to buy one. Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and all the usual places have been unable to keep them when they do come in, and what they get has usually been a very limited supply. So I was quite shocked when I went to the new Costco in Liberty Township to meet my family on the opening day of November 2022 and saw at the entrance a pallet of PlayStation 5s stacked high for people to grab as they came into the new and wonderful store. I arrived before my family did, and it took me less than a fraction of a second to see the obvious. I grabbed one as people were plucking them from the stack as quickly as they came in, and we bought it that day and have enjoyed it profusely. 

Yes, I’m a fan of Costco, even though they are not exactly conservatives. They are known Obama supporters, but they provide excellent service, so I haven’t held that against them. Costco does a lot of great things, and I have been a frequent visitor to the one in Tri-County, Ohio, for many years. When I found out that they were going to build a new Costco in Liberty Township, Ohio, I was very happy because I feel like a lot of people do about Tri-County, Ohio, located between the cities of Sharonville and Springdale, that big government has destroyed the former economic boom town and left it a husk of desperate value. I used to think of Tri-County as one of the greatest economic centers in the United States. I worked there several times in my life, so I know the area’s character well; it’s been a part of my life most of my life. So I’ve seen it in better days. But over the last 10 to 20 years, the progressive policies that came from big government woke policies have left the reputation to be one of crime. To describe it simply in one word, when I think of Tri-County, I think of MTV. The youth have been allowed to run wild and take over the character of the area, and wherever youth go, like mindless locusts, they destroy everything in their path. Older people don’t want to deal with a bunch of slack-jawed kids dressed inappropriately and constantly catcalling women while trying to shop and spend time with their families. But kids don’t have money, but moms who run families do, and those types of moms made Tri-County great. 

That is why Costco built a store in Liberty Township, which is everything that Tri-County isn’t, very conservative and safe, and people who live there have money and care about things. It’s not to say that Liberty Township couldn’t become like Tri-County at some point, but the differences couldn’t be more obvious. In Butler County, Ohio, where Liberty Township is, there are over 400,000 residents, most of whom have guns. They either have guns in the home or carry them, and crime is not tolerated the way it has been 6 miles to the south in Tri-County and Sharonville. So it shouldn’t be a surprise to see Costco realizing that their Tri-County store was being held back because people just didn’t want to be in an area known for crime to shop at their store. So they built a new one, and people were hungry for it. For the first few weeks, there has been a line to get into the store, and people have been flocking to it just to buy goods and services and enjoy the Costco experience. And this new Costco has had everything, a lot more than the Tri-County store had, like PlayStation 5s. As I bought our new PlayStation in the long lines that went to the back of the store, I realized that if the Tri-County store did try to carry the type of items that the new Liberty Township store did, that theft would be the likely result. In Tri-County, with their progressive governments and their big-city attitudes, crime is much more permitted. In Liberty Township, crime isn’t permitted at all. And there are a lot of guns carried by good people who won’t hesitate to use those guns to defend property and persons, which was always the point of the 2nd Amendment. 

This is precisely why many of us in the Butler County area have fought the temptation to allow West Chester and Liberty Township to become a city like their neighbors in Sharonville, Springdale, and Forest Park. Bad government happens when it gets too big, and once there are city councils and mayors involved, woke politics starts to attach itself to the decision-making process, and things get out of control. So we have fought for small government in Butler County, and the results are obvious. Butler County communities run much better than communities within the I-275 loop that have fallen for the big government temptation. I could tell stories about my experiences in Mason, where they have a city too, but over time they have had to become much more nibble on their feet to adapt to the pressure exerted by Sycamore Township to their south and Liberty Township to their west. The struggle to keep the government small is hard, but it’s obvious where they manage because when the government is small, there is less bureaucratic nonsense, allowing companies to invest without all the additional trouble. And when you go to the new Costco in LIbety Township and see the lines from people hungry to get in, you can see the obvious quickly. I happened to listen to a few older men standing outside the new Costco, bewildered as to why people were going so crazy over this new store, even days later after it initially opened. And the answer was that a lot of these shoppers were simply sitting at home waiting for something to open near them because they didn’t want to go into Tri-County to deal with the mess there, all the kids with their pants walking around half down, the nasty language, the cars with rap music pouring through closed windows but being so loud that it vibrates the fillings out of people’s teeth. When there is too much government and too much progressive policy, it ruins communities. When there is less, it makes communities better because the kind of people who shop and start businesses can then have a relationship without the government messing it up. And guns help a lot. Where there are lots of guns by private hands, there is much less crime. Where there are less guns, there is a lot more bad behavior.   And put simply, that is why the new Costco at Liberty Township is so much better and why communities like Tri-County, Ohio, are failing. 

Rich Hoffman

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Graham Hancock’s ‘Ancient Apocalypse’ on Netflix: The most dangerous series on television and what it means to all civilization

I agree with what they are saying about Graham Hancock’s Ancient Apocalypse series on Netflix, that it is their most dangerous show. And I think it’s magnificent. Even though the eight-part series just scratches the surface of how much work has gone into understanding that all evidence points to an advanced human civilization that existed before and during the last ice age and that previous assumptions about tribal diffusion from Russia down into Alaska are wrong, the work that Graham Hancock is doing is essentially the kind that Robert Kennedy has been doing concerning Covid-19. The facts point to a massive government conspiracy to use Covid as a bioweapon and to unleash it upon society to control them from a newly empowered administrative state. What Graham Hancock has been doing in his many great books over the last 30 years has been shaking the foundations of archaeology and, thus, institutionalism under the umbrella of scholarship to its very core. The academic institutions have been lying to people about where mankind came from and, in that way, have been hoping to control where it’s going. And they have been caught; Graham, the investigative reporter from the BBC and The Economist, in a previous lifetime, caught them. And he has traveled all over the world uncovering that lie, which culminated in this Netflix show that I thought was wildly great. The show introduces viewers to some very abstract concepts that Graham Hancock’s books have revealed over many years. So over the holidays of 2022, if you are looking for something great to watch on Netflix, this series Ancient Apocalypse is currently trending number one, and based on the content, it will stay there for a while. 

Probably the most important aspect of Graham Hancock’s work is that he shows that there is a massive interest in the roots of populism, even in the field of archaeology. So it’s not just politics that mass populations push back against institutionalism. In the modern era, as they often do, single-point failure administrative states, whether they be monarchies run by aristocracies, theocracies run by the church, or even governments run by the ambitions of democracy, or even the street thugs who want to burn it all down who George Soros funds, such as Antifa, with thoughts of anarchy, all those organized approaches to gain control over mass populations have failed, and people are quite aware of it. And they are rebelling; whether it’s the Brexit movement in England, the MAGA movement in America, or the support of Balsonaro in Brazil, people are noticing that they don’t like or trust the institutions that have risen in the 20th century under the banners of progressivism and are rethinking just about everything in their lives. And to Graham Hancock’s point, the archaeological community who despises him as a journalist tells this story much clearer than just about any field on earth because what we are digging out of the ground and learning about people who came before us is pointing in one direction, toward a distant past, toward the Plato stories of Atlantis being true and that our society was quite advanced here on earth many tens of thousands of years ago, and that we today have a kind of collective amnesia about the origins of the human race. Instead, we are supposed to accept blindly what institutionalism has told us about history and be happy that they told us anything. It’s the same nonsense where doctors told us not to take Ivermectin to fight off Covid-19, even though by taking it, we could have significantly prevented the effects of the bioweapon created by world governments to gain control over mass populations. 

When I hear Graham Hancock talk about archaeologists, I cringe a bit because we wouldn’t know anything without all the hard work they do. Hancock is a journalist who happens to be interested in archaeological reporting. And as a reporter, he has been able to accumulate a tremendous amount of information and put it all together into a massive story that combines mythology with actual reported finds. And his work is simply amazing. That archaeologists would find Graham’s work disturbing isn’t surprising. They probably didn’t get into the business of digging in the ground for years on end just to find a few little bits of pottery, only to have Graham Hancock call them advocates of conspiracy. I talk to a few archaeologists who are doing good work in the world, and there are some, like Francis Pryor, who does great work for the Heritage group in England, whom I admire quite a lot. I think natural tension is good for science, so just because they don’t like Graham Hancock doesn’t mean that everything Hancock is doing is a massive conspiracy theory. I would call it the accumulation of information that has been gathered by hundreds of thousands of labor hours digging through the dirt and decentralizing the information away from institutional controls to be judged by free market value in the form of bookselling. And our culture is far better off because of it. And all those books sold have now made it possible for Graham Hancock to have the clout to be featured on a Netflix series, making his work much more acceptable to a general audience. It doesn’t hurt archaeology in the least; it probably helps it greatly. This kind of coverage is what gets projects funded, so the archaeology community would do well to get on the train and enjoy the ride. 

But the controversy points to a much more sinister problem, and that is one that I think Graham gets frustrated with too much because he assumes that there will be fair treatment to a superior intellectual debate. And ultimately, if Graham Hancock and I were to have a long chat, he and I would disagree on the value of indigenous people, the course trajectory of modern civilization, and any arrogance that might be holding us back from the knowledge of the past. I would argue that the best mechanism for understanding many of our modern problems is the Vico Cycle and that just because we know that ancient civilizations may have lived longer than we previously thought and that they may have had aspects to their culture that was far superior to what we have today, such as in the building techniques of massive megalithic rocks, we must also understand that those cultures lived and died long before we came along. And because they died away or were shoved into our subconscious only to be revealed in mythology shows how vulnerable cultures are to perpetually being erased away by institutional governments and their self-grabs for power. My position is that modern populism is divorcing this trend from the human race. The fact that we can have a Netflix series that we can watch over the Holidays with our families without getting permission from some ridiculous king shows an aspect to modern culture that is far superior to anything that ever happened in the past. We are headed in the right direction. We have a chance to be better as a human race than we ever were tens of thousands of years ago in the days of Atlantis, during the last Ice Age, or even millions of years ago as humanity tried and tried again to rise only to fall by the Vico Cycle over and over. I would say that because of people like Graham Hancock, who can take lots of tedious reporting from the various sciences, thousands of hours of study, and present it into a story people can understand is part of that miracle. And it’s wonderful to have that kind of information presented on Netflix into what I agree is the most dangerous series on television. That it is dangerous is what makes it so good!

Rich Hoffman

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Where the Caves of Lakota Go: The evils of following process instead of logic

At the last Lakota school board meeting, approval on the payout of a lawsuit for $15,000 had to be voted upon over the procedural misconduct to remove public comment from an October meeting that had occurred. It was an easy victory for the person who filed the legal action; everyone knew it at the time, just as there are many explorations into further actions due to the actions of the board. I remember when this whole story about the superintendent of Lakota schools broke and his messy divorce, and his personal behavior that clearly didn’t align with the values of the community he worked in as a public figure, I was curious how the information would flow through the known communication channels of our community. After all, I knew all the characters involved at every level, so I was curious if the dye was poured into the cave water, where it would come out on the other end. Would it be where we expected, or would it duck and dive only to come out someplace surprising? And in the process of these many months, it looks like as the dye moved through the Caves of Lakota, through the various government bodies of our community, we ended up with a new decision, what to do about the obvious case of “intimidation of witnesses” as defined by the “intent to coerce a witness not to report information.”  And perhaps the most audacious exchange at that meeting was not the sudden revelation about financial stability through 2025, suddenly, but the lashing out of board member Kelly Casper toward Darbi Boddy about who board members represent and who they don’t. Darbi got it right, and Kelly had it all wrong when Darbi said of herself that she represented members of the community who had elected her for the purpose of board business in so many words or less. Kelly disagreed and stated that Darbi was elected to represent everyone in the community. And in that simple disagreement, we could clearly see the misunderstandings that had been costing Lakota schools so much mismanagement, expensive mismanagement. And why bad things happened in the first place that taxpayers were always on the hook for fixing. Darbi Boddy was sent to the board by the public to get control of the school board. Not to get along with the people who traditionally screwed everything up. 

In the case of Lakota, the bad, expensive things that have happened to support the antics of their superintendent, who has mismanaged his life and then turned on the community with hostile threats to suppress the information, the most significant faults were in the desire for people in the process to follow the directions that were written by liberalism and that there value system was in obeying the rules, not in deciding if the rules were applicable, or needed to be challenged. We see this in trustee meetings all the time when they rubber stamp the latest Agenda 21 roundabout or a bike path meant to prevent cars from burning fossil fuels just to get a loaf of bread at the grocery. Community planners are all trained at the same liberal sources baked into everything they do; all over the country, progressive policies are then approved by conservative politicians who believe their job is to be good administrators of the rules and to follow instructions. They never seem to understand or question whether liberals or conservatives wrote the rules and if they should be following them. Not that I was surprised, but I watched with great curiosity at every level how all the people I knew, from the police department to the school board, and the media, followed strange liberal rules and procedures right into a situation that escalated everything into a public menace that only enraged the public, and did nothing to quell the original problems. 

And it was that pesky problem again, which always comes up when the rule of law is applied to mass society in the wake of so much progressive influence over several years now, decades, really. As the Bible has been removed from being a foundation of law and order, the values that built America, to begin with, we have seen bureaucratic pinheads stepping in as the administrative state to replace the Biblical concepts of God in society, and therefore all sense of value for what a community can agree on. No wonder Nancy Pelosi could lie to our faces during a press conference about her crazy husband, that keeps getting into all kinds of trouble, or the mass media conspiracy regarding the Hunter Biden laptop. Or that there was no evidence of election fraud, even though the evidence, like this case in Lakota, was dripping everywhere with plenty of things to consider. The liberal denial of a fact was proposed because logic had been surrendered to the values of process control. Value wasn’t based these days on the judgment of an individual mind; it was built entirely in progressive processing around compliance with what was created by controls. Therefore, the value wasn’t in thinking about what was happening, but it was complying with the rules which were created to follow. So long as everyone followed the rules written for them, they could feel that their actions were moral and fulfilled a sense of justice from their point of view. But those in the community who expected community values to be conservative and to respect at least the foundations of Biblical understanding, the glue that holds western civilization together, found the decisions reprehensible.  More and more these days, these Biblical references come up as the source of the solution to our many social problems. I had always considered that everyone, regardless of their politics, functioned from that basic premise. However, I started to notice when I was in a hotel in 2014 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, that it was missing the Bible in the hotel room and that more courtrooms, school systems, and even swearing-in ceremonies were going in the direction of the sports players who refused to stand for the National Anthem. There was a real progressive push to remove western civilization from the practice of any value judgments. At the heart of that was the Bible, essentially 1400 years of establishing laws that built western civilization. And once those values were removed from the decision-making process, even conservative people, or people who think they are conservatives, found that value judgments were reduced to just following the rules of a process. And if liberals wrote the processes, then it didn’t matter if the people participating in those decisions were liberals or conservatives; they would all act the same if the path to resolution centered on compliance with a process instead of the judgment of the parties involved. And in that way, we learned that there were many hidden chambers where the dye went before it came out of the cave in strange places. And that information is extremely valuable. Then, looking back at how the community has divided over this issue makes a lot more sense. The compliance track thinks it is permissible to punish the community for deviating from the process that allows public officials to game the system at significant taxpayer cost. While the public functioning from traditional value judgments of right and wrong as established Biblically, as the foundation of our entire society, found the proposals reprehensible. The good news is that while functioning at the Supreme Court level, our court system still lives by such Biblical ideas and that the rule of law is our Constitution. Even while the progressive-minded would like that not to be the case and would love to throw their political enemies in jail, or take them to court over frivolous litigation, the truth of the matter is that in those places, the Bible still matters.   Because if people don’t believe in that, then you can’t have the basic tenants of civil society. And under that view of the law, harassing the public for discussing evidence is witness intimidation, which opens a whole new can of worms.

Rich Hoffman

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Making The Butler County Republican Party Great Again: People don’t want to think of Boss Hogg when they think of politics

At first, I thought of the complaints as leftovers from contentious issues that have divided the party, such as the Thomas Hall battle with Matt King and the obvious rift with Sheriff Jones and Roger Reynolds. I tend to view those kinds of things as family squabbles within a household. Usually, people get over things and move on, which was happening with that nice event for Thomas Hall. But when people who don’t usually deal with the Butler County Republican Party are complaining, they don’t know about the details, only their experience with it. And that experience has not lived up to the reputation of the past, where Butler County had a lot of volunteers, high engagement, and the kind of national reputation that made President Trump want to come and campaign in the area. But the reputation that was developing, because of all the rifts from leadership that was flowing out into state and federal politics, was not a good one. For a community of over 400,000 people, small-town politics was back in fashion where a few party leaders had turned the wonderful Butler County Republican Party into something that would make Boss Hogg from the Dukes of Hazzard blush. And that was embarrassing to hear. I had been hoping that after the 2022 election, many of those trends would level out and that much of the problem had been not having the unifying factor of Trump to rally behind. Without Trump, the party has reverted back to the differences that it had during the early 2000s. But now that Trump was running again, my hope was that the party would unite again behind him. However, this time there appeared to be a different kind of problem. Many older people in leadership now are in the way of younger and hungrier personalities, and those elements feel restricted in their ambitions, which is not a good thing for future growth.

This problem reminded me of the Cincinnati Bengals and how the Brown family just can’t get out of their own way for success. Sure, they have had some good players over the years, but they just have not been able to put together a successful string of seasons to show fabulous organizational presence. They went to the Super Bowl last year and had a pretty good season. They had the whole off-season to get better and improve on the previous year with essentially the same players. The Bengals invested in a new offensive line, but the results were not good. The quarterback, Joe Burrow, has been sacked more than any other NFL quarterback. So the Bengals didn’t get better because the problems with the Bengals were in their coaching and front office. Not the players on the field. So if leadership was always the problem, the Bengals didn’t help themselves by investing in an offensive line; if they didn’t have the kind of coaches who could take advantage of those improvements, then, of course, the problem would still present itself as a problem. Obviously, the Butler County Republican Party was having the same issues. Many new talents are coming into the party who can network and connect with the world. There are lots of MAGA Republicans across the state who are newly engaged in politics and are looking for jobs to do. But then, when they interact with Butler County, we have this Boss Hogg image that people have of our elderly leadership, and it turns them off, and it’s starting to show to the outside world. 

It was good to see a nice GOP event in Butler County dedicated to a victory celebration for Thomas Hall at the Majors Barn. It was a tough election season, and some hard feelings emerged during that race, which clearly split the Butler County Republican Party in half. But several people supported Matt King, who ran against Thomas for the 46th Representative Ohio seat. They were there to congratulate Thomas and to show leadership in coming together as a party now that the election was over. There were people there that I could speak with where things got pretty heated, and we had some nice conversations, and everyone made up. I know everyone couldn’t come, people were busy, but you could tell a lot about Republican Party leadership by who was there and who wasn’t. I can tell you someone, who was there, Roger Reynolds, was, and we had a nice conversation about the horrendous problem that was happening to him. I asked him if Sheriff Jones was going to pay for all his massive legal bills for the phony trial coming up for him in December of 2022, which to me looks like a complete political hit job. That is not the kind of thing that makes the Republican Party better, but something that has made it worse. Roger kind of smiled at me and shrugged his shoulders. He’s one of the good guys, and his only focus was on getting that mess behind him so he could live his life again. And Thomas and I spoke about the new Speaker of the House and what an excellent relationship those two had together, which was encouraging. Good things were happening. But I also received reports from some of the state people and the federal people who deal with Republican parties all over the country. Their impression of the Butler County Republican Party was not a good one. There were a lot of complaints about engagement, phone calls, appreciation letters, and just basic organization, and while I kept up a happy face inside, I was pretty mad. I am proud of the Butler County Republican Party and don’t like hearing people say bad things about it. 

Hey, I get it; we all get older. You look in the mirror and what looks back is a person falling apart. Age can be cruel. And when the dog doesn’t respect you, and your wife is complaining about you leaving your socks in the corner by the bathroom, and nobody thinks you’re all that special, it can feel great to go to a Party meeting and have everyone worship you for all the things you have done in your life. It’s hard to be big enough to get out of the way and let younger people step in and show their ambitions.   That has always been the Bengals problem; the Brown family has always gotten in the way of its own success. And that is what is happening with the Butler County Republican Party. It’s not just from the direction of the police, but there are commissioners, trustees, and many others who are holding positions as placeholders, then getting mad at the youth for nipping at their heels. And my advice to them, the elders, is if you really love the Republican Party, you would want to do the right thing, and that is to get out of the way and let those with the most ambition and freshest eyes step into leadership positions. Sometimes being a great leader is in getting out of the way. And hanging on to the past and living off a reputation to hide the aging process from your own eyes isn’t love. It’s selfish, and the only result is that you become the latest Boss Hogg in the world and become known not for good deeds but for corruption and ill-advised political fights that ruin everything a lifetime took to build.

Rich Hoffman

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Trump 2024: It’s a battlefield, not a beauty pageant

It was interesting to see the public reaction once Trump announced, as we always knew he would, his next run for the presidency.   The Never Trumper types, the loser Paul Ryan types, the Republicans who, for instance, congratulated Nancy Pelosi into the club of former Speakers of the House as if they were all in some equal club of malcontents and sell-outs to our nation. And immediately, there was a press narrative trying to push Ron DeSantis into the presidential race to keep Trump out or pit those two together for brand damage to both people in a bloody Republican primary. The Fox News crowd certainly falls into that category. And of course, just as predicted, Joe Biden sent his corrupt Department of Justice after Trump for further phony investigations where abuse of the law by the government against political rivals has become commonplace. And immediately, the narrative that was flowed out by the establishment types in Washington D.C. was that the Republican Party, based on the poor showing by Trump in endorsed candidates was that the country was ready to move on from Trump and give the Republican Party back to the SWAMP to the political consultant class, the know-nothings of political pundits. The people who make money off the chaos of politics, their message was DeSantis, and other Republican governors had shown they could be Trump without all the drama and that it was time for them to run for President in 2024. Trump had his time, and it was time to leave and ride off into the sunset. 

I listened to such ignorance with a smile on my face. It’s amazing how many people who make a living with politics miss entirely what the objective of it truly is. Politics is a battlefield of ideas. It’s not a beauty pageant where pretty people try on clothes and parade in front of financial donors for approval and ultimately entertain “that” audience, the FTX types in the world, who give money and dance to the songs they wish to hear. Politics is about the rule of law and its application to our mass society in a functional way. And our political mechanisms have been stolen from us by that same financial class of liberal malcontents hiding behind corporate boardrooms promoting an end to the constitution in America and the subservience of every human being to the whims of globalism. The people who think they know better about everything because they hold all the bags of gold, by whatever means they obtained them. Whether it George Soros, the hedgefund domestic terrorist, FTX essentially selling nothing with a massive cryptocurrency scam that has been funding Democrats to run against the MAGA movement, or Larry Fink from BlackRock who has taken money from Jerome Powell’s Desecrators of Davos sentiments generated through quantitative easing with the Federal Reserve and used all that phony money to buy up stock to America’s biggest corporations to gain control of their Boards, and impose ESG standards on them that is ruining the world with woke policies. There are many bad characters wrapped up in politics who need to be defeated, embarrassed, and run off the face of the earth, and electing Ron DeSantis isn’t going to do the trick. They plan to get rid of Trump, then all these MAGA candidates that they haven’t been able to defeat with election fraud can then be picked off one by one until the SWAMP is back in control again, and Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset can then be implemented. The only reason that Never Trumpers are in a panic to stop Trump any way they can with some lighter brand of Republicans is in the hope of dividing and conquering so as not to lose their grip on the political strings of power that people behind Trump are threatening to capture. 

I think there will be a day when Ron DeSantis, Kari Lake, and many others can run for President of the United States and do well. But now is not the time. We have learned a lot over the last decade, specifically how little our government actually belongs to the people in charge of it. Most branches of government do not do the will of the people who vote but the will of the people who finance everything. And largely, those are foreign interests or interests that are American but gave up on the idea of a sovereign nation long ago and are entirely behind globalism in all its forms. Because of his financial freedom as a billionaire, Trump is one of the only people in the world who is in a position to fight this specific kind of battle. I’ve said it many times; we have Ron DeSantis because of Trump. We don’t have Trump because of Ron DeSantis. Without Trump to pave the way and draw all the cover fire, Ron DeSantis would have just been an average governor in Florida. Before Trump came along, the liberal elements of our society attacked viciously any Tea Party type of reformer that came along, and the list has been long. In all his wild ways, Trump made it possible for Ron DeSantis to do great work in Florida because Trump drew all the cover fire, and anybody who thinks there won’t be hostile fire upon a Republican candidate for President is kidding themselves. The fight is vicious and determined. It’s the way of life for the bad guys to destroy their opposition. And if Republicans aren’t playing that same game, they will always lose. 

I am quite happy with the election results of 2022. When people say they are disappointed, they mean they had hoped to see the Democrat Party completely destroyed and Joe Biden heading to jail. I don’t think Joe Biden will ever go to jail; there is too much corruption from the top down to send a criminal like him to jail, which is where he belongs for the sedition he has knowingly performed against our constitutional republic. Joe Biden has knowingly attempted to destroy America for globalist interests, which is our real fight. He is not our President; he’s the President representing China and, ultimately, the Desecrators of Davos. He is far more loyal to Klaus Schwab and his intentions of doom than he is to some oil worker in Pennsylvania. But in my eyes, the Democrat Party is destroyed. Public relations tricks and corporate media only prop up the Henry Kissinger version of globalism that has seduced the Brit Hume types that have built his life around as a pundit on Fox News. The Democrat Party and its ideas have only been held together through media tricks and election fraud for many years now, and it has only been Trump that has exposed it through the pressure of competition. And because Trump doesn’t have to raise money in the traditional ways, he cannot be bought and controlled by anybody, which is why those types of people hate him so passionately because Trump is free of them. Ron DeSantis isn’t going to have his own 757 private jet anytime soon and a private residence that is so spectacular to dwarf the White House in splendor. Trump is willing to carry America on his independent back and give the Republican Party the branding it needs as an America First political force. Literally, the entire world is against it. It is the fight of our lives, and we must treat it that way. Not some entertainment spectacle that is only meant to show off some political people owned by the financial class of people who give a lot of money and expect the destruction of America in return. Only President Trump is willing to fight that fight for what it is, and for anybody who wants to win in that battle, there is only one path to get there, and that is through Trump.

Rich Hoffman

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Public Schools are Dens of Evil: They are anti-Family, and anti-American

It has been nice not to talk about Lakota schools much over the last several years. As a public school in my community, I think it would be fair to say that I hate them. I see them as a massive waste of time. Their employees are detriments to our community, and the institution itself is an infusion of liberalism into an otherwise very conservative community. I tend not to pay much attention to them so long as they don’t ask for money by way of increased taxes. But, over this past year, I have had my fill of their bad management, wasted money, and perverse lifestyles, and it has reminded me of why I have hated the concept of public schools for much of my life. Lakota had been experiencing declining enrollment in a community that has been aging. But the property values have been going up, so the revenue at Lakota was good and kept them from asking for more money for many years now. But they recklessly spent their surplus and have been behaving like drunken sailors and living the lifestyle of it as well. Now, much of that bad behavior has come to the surface and been a grim reminder of precisely what is bad about public education. And for me, it’s that public schools, all public schools, are anti-family. 

No matter how much history you study, how much sociology is explored, and what the contents of philosophy are, there is nothing more important to a good society than the quality of individual families. Without the concept of a good family, people are doomed, and countries are sure to fall. Speaking with the benefit of hindsight, which I have been saying for more than four decades, those who have advocated easy divorce, free babysitting in public schools for parents too busy for their children, and reckless sexual lifestyles, a culture of intoxication, and gay relationships as marriage alternatives have had the malicious intent to destroy our country, by destroying our families. It’s obvious now to most people. It wasn’t always so straightforward because it used to be that families were so strong that people took good ones for granted. And these progressive lifestyles have been slowly introduced to us over a long time through our governments, our legal system, and specifically through public education to erode the concept of the American family. For me, family has always been the most important thing in life, and I have made great sacrifices to have a good one. My wife and I homeschooled our kids when they were little in spurts. We had no family support, and socially it was very difficult. By the time my kids were seniors in high school, they were finishing off their time with computer classes and spent their senior years living in Europe to complete their educations. I always gave them the kind of education I knew they were not getting from public education or society. They are in their 30s now, and they are great kids. They are so much better because they didn’t get destroyed in public education. Looking back on it, I wish I could have kept them entirely out of public education because all it did was harm them; it certainly didn’t help.

The public education concept of letting very liberal strangers babysit and raise a family’s children has been horrible for our country. At the same time, the parents live messed up lives putting their careers, and their sexual desires ahead of raising their children in a healthy lifestyle were bad from the beginning. A marriage is a man and a woman who get together and have children. Then they fight it out for many decades together no matter what happens to provide for their children a good and stable life. Being married isn’t about your feelings or your sexual desires. It’s not about getting attention from someone outside the marriage. You get married, stay true to your spouse, and work together to raise good children in a healthy and intellectual environment. You talk as a family. You make decisions as a family. And you stick together and make a great country by being a good family.

Public education seeks to make a menace out of that concept and is a vehicle for local distribution of liberal values that are anti-family in nature. When we hear transgender discussions or sexual alternatives being introduced to kids, we see the arrogance of a public school embedded in our communities, living off taxpayers’ property values and seeking to undo the community from within with anti-family values. And they have smiles on their faces while they do their deeds. And the proof of that arrogance comes out in the lifestyle of the progressive employees. We have certainly seen the evidence at Lakota schools more than we ever wanted to know. But worse, they are intent on justifying their bad behavior with the overall mission of public schools in general, an attack on the American family and the desecration of all that stands behind the value of a mom and a dad working hard to raise good kids to make a good world and a good country. We often find with public schools that the employees themselves openly seek to destroy this concept in everything they do. Over the years, their behavior has led to the destruction of our society in all the ways we can see today. 

The idea that children belong to the state is the central premise. Of course, they never come out and say what they are thinking because if they did, the public school ruse would fall apart, as it has in Lakota. Their assurance to the busy parents is that their children are cared for by the public school and that the shared partnership of the children is something the parents can rely on. From there, over the years, the parents feel that they can do what they want and live out whatever they desire without consequences to their family because the good public school has the raising of children taken care of. But often, all too late, they realize that the public school is the cause of their problems and without the leadership of a good mom and dad and the protection of decades of long-lasting love and affection, the children end up destroyed in the process. They grow up and vote for big government to replace the parents they never had. This poor education took advantage of them like some pervert dressed in a Santa suit. They ended up empty in a wasteland of possibilities that never came to them, making them ill-prepared to have their own families. And this mess all starts with the garbage we teach our kids in public education and the losers who teach them in those horrible places. I would call them the dens of evil because their purpose is the undoing of the American family, which is the key to any great society. And their purposeful destruction of the family concept is all the evidence anybody needs of their actual intentions. Their lifestyles are only the evidence of such a dark and maniacal device, intent on the complete destruction of our way of life and putting in place a mother government that seeks to rule us all with a jealous zeal to satisfy an insatiable and corrupt heart. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Sons of the Law of One: A solar panel cult to force all civilizations to appease the sun as the supreme god

Well, of course, we have to talk about the ancient sun-worshipping cult, the Sons of the Law of One, and that it predates many of our current religions and political orders. But it gets scary when bad things come up, such as child pedophilia cases in my hometown of Butler County, Ohio, involving hundreds and thousands of well-known people. And if you don’t have a reference for the vast evil on display, you wouldn’t have an explanation for Masons who go into mysterious chants hoping to put a curse on somebody to destroy them or consider that abortion is the political left’s blood cult to appease the gods of ancient pagan religions. When you look to understand modern politics and the reasons people believe what they believe, you usually find out that there is occult worship behind the thin veil in almost every case, including the deep suspicions that the Clintons were involved in the Jeffery Epstein child sex cult, along with Bill Gates and many celebrities. The recent pictures from Halloween of Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox only feed this curiosity, as well as Katy Perry and her broken eye. We live in a polite society that doesn’t talk about the real issues that cause the effects which drive our politics, and once you learn what does drive those issues, things make a lot more sense. But for them to make sense, you must reach into society’s occult practices to understand their politics. This is why I have been talking about Atlantis a lot more lately because that is a society that predates our written history and is denied by the established order for all the very reasons talked about, to conceal the occult practices that various groups of people participate in, and drive political policy to mysterious items of worship. In this case, the reason the political left is so obsessed with solar panels. 

We know about Atlantis because Plato, a well-known and accepted Greek philosopher, recorded that society in one of his works. And over time, Atlantis looks to have influenced early English mythology, Ireland, the Vikings, all of Europe, and especially Africa creating Egyptian and Sumerian societies from the outset. Atlantis was ancient when those societies were new. But then there are the Indian mythologies and the mythologies of the white-skinned ones with the Aztecs, Mayas, and Incas. And there are thousands of societies that rose and fell in between these historical events and the mythologies that people ended up remembering of them. So there are multiple variations to those old stories that have created many occult beliefs that have been followed with sacrifices to unknown gods, which can almost always be found working their influence in the political policies of our modern day. So also with the various Indian legends, since we are told by modern progressives that the Indians were so wise and that we should listen to them regarding all things, many of them believe that 250,000 years ago, Star People came to earth from the planet Sirius and settled 12 planets, of which earth was only one, and a minor one at that. The wisdom of these Star People made up what we know today in various cultures, especially Atlantis, which we know the first king was Atlas, who invented all that we know about astrology. And when you know what the high-order Masons believe, much of their action is driven by astrology, just as Egypt and many other cultures that we consider advanced. That is also why most of them revere the planet Sirius as substantial to their functional mythologies. For instance, in the Bible, Sirius is considered the Star of Bethlehem. And when we talk about the 12 Tribes of Israel, the 12 Disciples of Jesus, the 12 months of a year, or the 12 constellations of the zodiac, or the Twelve Tables appointed in 451 BC which led to Roman society from its primitive roots, this is where we get the origin beliefs. 

And from ancient Atlantis and the Indian mythology of the Star People from Sirius, who settled the 12 planets, is the concept of the Sons of the Law of One. It’s a sun-worshipping cult that identifies the sun of our earth’s solar system as the life giver and the ultimate god to appease. The Law of One then migrated into many of the cultures we currently recognize, and they all had a reverence for sun worship. Many of the human sacrifices that the Aztecs made were to appease the sun. Many of the myths that formed around the world, as a result, were sun god worship that in the absence of a Christian religion, all of society migrates back to this notion of the Law of One, the one sun, the life giver of everything, and for which we are all dependent. When you see that the political left is upset with space travel, it’s because mankind proposes to leave behind the control of the sun and essentially divorce ourselves from these ancient beliefs with self-fulfilling innovation and technology. But then again, many are using technology as a means to chain mankind to continued worship of the Law of One. We have seen that in the tech companies specifically and their infatuation with pagan gods from the distant past. And we certainly see it in the bizarre push for solar panels.

The only way to understand the insanity of the liberal push to chain mankind to the limited energy available from the sun with solar panels is to understand the ancient ideas of the Sons of the Law of One and the astrology invented by the Atlantean god Atlas and the knowledge he revealed from the Star People from Sirius. The push for all-electric cars and a society that destroys fossil fuels and forces everyone to essentially worship the sun as the primary means of living life is obviously a sacrifice of innovation to force compliance to the sun and its role at the center of our solar system. But when people are looking for logic as to why our political society would do such a dumb thing, they will not find the answer in the logic of scholarly debate or the rule of law in congress. They have to go back to the Sons of the Law of One, to the culture of Atlantis, to the horoscope cultures of the world, including the one you might have looked at today in the Farmer’s Almanac. Once you understand the occult logic behind the political maneuver, you can understand how stupid it really is. We are in an age of science and reason, not a society that must bend itself to the limits of ancient superstitions. We have rational minds who can invent our own means of power. But to those who worship other gods besides the Christian concept of commanding nature and instead yielding to it as all ancient cultures had to, especially Atlantis, then it should never be a surprise to see those cultures fail, just as we will fail if we follow the same dumb laws and appease the spirits of ancient hokey religions. But lazy people, they want an easy way to live life, and appeasing some ancient god or trying to appease the sun is a lot easier than inventing a thorium reactor or bolding blasting into space to create our own origin stories; not one started 250,000 years ago, or millions of years ago. But now, with America driving innovation and creativity to an unknown but exciting tomorrow. The clash essentially comes down to the brave and innovative instead of the lazy and superstitious. And the battle for tomorrow will depend on who wins that many generational wars.

Rich Hoffman

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Would Nancy Pelosi Fake an Attack on Her Home Ahead of the Midterms: She’s done it before, so YES!

I live in a neighborhood where a former Speaker of the House lives. Based on that and knowing many of the law enforcement in the area, do I believe they would cover up bad behavior to protect a reputation or advance a political narrative? Absolutely yes. So, it’s not a big surprise that after a green party nudist was found in the House of Paul Pelosi in his underwear and hit the husband of the current Speaker of the House over the head with a hammer, the report done by the Justice Department evolved a lot from the initial reports to the dispatcher. By the time Paul Pelosi called the police from his bathroom and said he didn’t know the attacker, then called him David, and a friend, by the time the corrupt Justice Department told the story, it was just a random attacker motivated by the MAGA movement to attack Nancy Pelosi. And since she wasn’t home, poor old Paul suffered at his hands. It will be interesting to see if the attacker, David DePape, ever gives a public statement of this case in a courtroom. Hearing from DePape himself would be the only way to clear up the story, because we know we certainly can’t trust anything the Pelosi household says. We absolutely can’t trust the Biden Justice Department or the FBI that reports to that criminal crime boss put in the White House by the Desecrators of Davos attempt to take over the entire world, especially the American government. And obviously, we can’t trust the local San Francisco police, who are obviously interested in protecting the Pelosi family’s name, just as they did when Paul Pelosi was recently involved in a DUI and had a car wreck. The police and prosecutor covered it up as much as they could, and a deep investigation as to who was with Paul Pelosi that night was not conducted. They just wanted to sweep the story under the rug, as many police tend to do with people they consider to be powerfully influential. 

When the story broke, I first thought of the old Dirty Harry film where Scorpio hired someone to beat him up so that the criminal could blame the beating on Clint Eastwood’s character. Movies used to be so much smarter than they are today. When talking to people about it on Truth Social and Gettr, I used clips of that Dirty Harry movie to show how a person looking for a political distraction two weeks before a midterm election where Nancy Pelosi is poised to lose her power might pay for a distraction to change the media narrative. Do I think the Pelosi family is that dirty? Yes! We just saw Jussie Smollett do just such a thing in Chicago, hire people to beat him up, then blame it on Trump voters as if to change support for the MAGA movement. Would Nancy be so low as to fake an attack on her home, to beat up her husband, and would Paul go along with it for a chance to win public sympathy and maybe hold power in the Midterms by preventing a 30-seat slide to a Republican majority? Yes! These are terrible, evil people; they are not normal human beings. Nancy and her husband, Paul’s racket, is one where she provides stock tips that Paul then acts on as the third most powerful person in the world. As a family, they make investments based on that knowledge and have gained 300 million dollars in wealth, being essentially a public servant. Would they do anything, including orchestrating a fake attack on their home to hold power? Yes, I believe they absolutely would, and I don’t trust a thing that any of these people say about anything. I don’t trust Joe Biden. I certainly don’t trust Nancy Pelosi. I don’t trust the FBI, the DOJ, or the San Francisco police. Likely the best story was what was reported by the dispatchers initially, where Paul Pelosi said that the guy with the hammer was a friend while in his underwear, and there were zip ties by the nudist who is reported to be a male prostitute in the area. After that, the professional liars got a hold of the story and tried to make it beneficial to Nancy’s struggles to hold the House through the Midterms by scaring away MAGA voters from voting how polls indicate they are poised to do. 

Nancy has done this before, she could have listened to President Trump regarding January 6th, but she chose to allow the fire to burn because she wanted a distraction from all the liberal problems. This blatant election fraud put Joe Biden in the White House, her own scandalous abuse of power with two impeachments of Trump, and her using the Russian dossier paid for by Hillary Clinton to create a coup against a sitting president. She wanted an angry mob to storm the capital, and the police let people in to do their damage. What happened at Nancy’s House with her husband and the green activist nudist high on drugs all the time is normal for liberals. It’s the kind of behavior that many of us have grown tired of, and it’s precisely why these people find themselves losing power as we speak. 

Whatever the story ends up being, Americans deserve better than to have losers like the Pelosi family and their supporters running the House of Representatives. They are embarrassments; their goofy progressive lifestyle does not represent the majority of American voters, which will be evident in this next election. And to hide that from the world, yes, Nancy and the gang would harm her husband, Paul Pelosi. He might even agree to it to hold on to the kind of power that made them rich in the first place. And the police would help them do it because it gives them power, too, as a tag along to serving the Speaker of the House. That power certainly goes to their heads; they will say anything to hold that power, even lie or change the events as they witness them. But essentially, people are tired of this kind of behavior in their politics, and they are choosing better people represented by the MAGA movement. And the only defense that Nancy Pelosi has in preventing it is to create doubt or guilt to stop the power about to overwhelm her. I don’t believe that David DePape went to Paul Pelosi at 2 AM on his own accord. I think the true answer is closer to the old Dirty Harry movie or what Jussie Smollett did than to it being a random act by some near homeless drug addict that suddenly became a Trump supporter a few days ago. And as the media grabbed hold of the story so quickly without vetting any of it, it says all we need to know about the motivations just a few weeks out from one of the biggest elections in our lifetimes. To see the truth, you must accept what bad people are willing to do to hold onto power, even if it puts them in the hospital to undergo brain surgery. Nothing is too low for these crooks and diabolical liars. 

Rich Hoffman

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The People I Hang Out With: Many people consider Steve Bannon to be the most dangerous person in the America

Before I go into a full-throated defense of Steve Bannon, the Trump strategist who recently was sentenced to 4 months in prison for defying the January 6th crooked court and the illegitimate Department of Justice put in place by Joe Biden and his plans to destroy America, I need to answer a question that the Butler County Sheriff’s department asked the Lakota school superintendent. While being interviewed by the police for his bizarre sexual lifestyle, the school superintendent was looking for help from his friend, the Sheriff, so he name-dropped me to remind him of a political rivalry within the Republican Party. It appeared to work because the police did not take further action even though the charge involved children; they blew it all off as “pillow talk” among “consenting adults.”  That is a subject all its own, but during the questioning, the police asked the superintendent, “who does this Rich Hoffman run around with” where the answer came back, “far-right winged” (people.)  As if I was hanging out in my spare time with lunatics who wear half-shirt tank tops in their backyard while cooking a dog to eat over an open fire with confederate flags flying over the house. (for people concerned with history, the Confederate enslavers were all Democrats, while the people freeing the enslaved people were all Republicans. Just a tiny little detail)  I usually don’t talk about my “behind the scenes life,” but since I saw that question posed by the police, I’ve meant to address it adequately because the Steve Bannon case reminded me of a dinner I was at that involved the prosecuted voice of the War Room that the Liberal World Order wanted so much to shut down. I’m proud of him, and I think this action against him will only help his cause.

Also involved in that police interview was the new Lakota school board member, Darbi Boddy, so her involvement with me in a posh dinner a few months ago where we were at the VIP table together has relevance. Darbi was sitting next to me; actually, her sister was next to me, and Darbi was next to her. In front of me was a senator. Next to him was a big-time political influencer. Next to him was a judge. Next to him was a political activist. Next to me at the following table was a State Representative. And next to her was other political bigwigs. The food was excellent.

The conversation was heavy. I was set to speak at this event, so we were in the center of the room. And you might say it was an event very much concerned about the affairs of our political order. It was hardly an event that contained a bunch of crazy right-winged loons. And as our conversations were focused on lofty concerns, I received a text message. As I saw it, I showed it to Darbi, and it caused even more discussion with a bit more weight added to the subject matter. It was a text from Steve Bannon, continuing a conversation we had been having all day, and as happens from time to time. I usually don’t think much about these things, but in the context of the police interview where the question came up, what kind of people do I “hang” around with? Well, that would be a good example. And I’m proud to include Steve Bannon’s name among them.

I figured out my role in the freedom movement a long time ago. I have a bedside manner that solves problems, whereas, on shows like the War Room and the old AM radio broadcasts that I used to participate in, the focus was on addressing an issue, but there never seemed to be much time to talk about the solution. For Steve Bannon, that is how the War Room works, talk about a problem and get people activated to help answer it with community activism. He and I had talked about this because there had been times when he was obviously considering me as one of his contributors. I shy away from those kinds of engagements because my gig is to give people the confidence that they need to take action with my bedside manner. For me, there is never a time to panic. There is never a bad guy who can’t be beaten in whatever way is needed. I am an optimist in every sense of the word. While my blog has millions of visitors, I consider what I do to be more of a slow burn than the urgent discussions that often make up talk radio content. People read and watch my stuff and think about it for a long time. And I like to keep the money out of the First Amendment business as much as possible because being small and nimble is more important than attracting an audience that advertisers would want. To do what I do, I need to remove as many woke influences as possible, so lean and agile are essential to my task, and I need the autonomy to work to my own schedule and subject matter. 

While Steve Bannon is on every day from 10 AM to noon, then from 5 PM to 7 PM to do his War Room podcast, he even works on Saturday from 10 AM to noon; my schedule is that my published content goes up at prime time, 8 PM each night, every night all days of the year, but I produce that content at my leisure. I have a busy life, so I usually do my work on these matters between 2 AM and 5 AM in the morning while the rest of the world sleeps. I have a very tight schedule during the waking hours that has something new going on every 15 minutes and lasts until well into the evening, past 8 PM. So, part of my thing is being able to control my time to do it instead of working toward a fixed schedule. I need that extra freedom to perform my task, whereas Steve Bannon is like a clock; he’s always on time and doing his work, even when the FBI is raiding him for harassment. So to additionally answer the question by the police about who I run around with, and some of the names I’ve mentioned, and talking about my daily schedule, it concludes with the obvious answer, I’m not this busy and spending time around those kinds of people because what I do isn’t heavily sought after. 

Suppose you don’t have a track record built over three decades of being right about things and having information that influential people find extremely valuable. In that case, you don’t find yourself talking to the kind of people I mentioned at that table. The political enemy wants to believe that everyone has the same problems that they do, so they imagine that people like Darbi and I are all about one political topic and that we spend the rest of our time waiting for someone to tell us what to do next, such is the life of the typical liberal. Rather, in my case, it is hard to give everyone the kind of time they want from me, and for me to do what I do, it requires vast amounts of flexibility to perform the task. But the need to perform those tasks is heavily sought after, and if I didn’t have a track record of truth and cutting through the fog so reliably, then I wouldn’t be at events like the one mentioned. And the only reason that I say it here is its relevance to Steve Bannon, who is considered by many to be the most dangerous person in the world. I don’t think he is. But I sure am proud of him and how he has stood up under heavy intimidation by an insurgent force in the White House. He has been tough. Darbi Boddy has been tough. And so have many thousands that I can think of off the top of my head who are fighting back against liberal tyranny wherever it shows itself. When I go to events like that VIP event, I think of how the people involved are answering a call that started with the Progressive Movement, and specifically Saul Alinsky. The radical left punched America first, and it took about 80 years for the America First movement to punch back. But that’s what we are doing now, and I would say I’m proudly “heavily” involved on many, many, many fronts. And I wouldn’t call any of the people I’m interested in as “fringe” or radical. They only have in common that they don’t like bullies, and they aren’t going to take it. And fighting back is the only answer, which is the kind of people I hang out with. Hopefully, that answers the question that the police were seeking. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Occult of Climate Change Fanatics: The perspective of a galactic year

The debate on climate change cannot be understood by rational political discussion because there is nothing reasonable about it. To accept the premise of John Kerry, Greta Thunberg, Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, and the Biden administration, you’d have to be insane. Liberalism, progressivism, and all things on the political left are various degrees of insanity and cannot be explained by science or even an attempt to understand science. Liberalism and the earth worship of climate change are rooted in the ancient superstitions of the occult and the various religions that spawn from fear and irrationality. And it is there and only there where climate change and earth worship can be explained as an approach to a long-known problem. Because what we do know about the earth is that it has a minimal shelf life, and it has been bombed by space debris many times in its history, which isn’t that long by measuring it in galactic years, which is the proper way to understand earth and its problems. Humans are lucky to have come along in the silly little period of 25,000 years of their entire existence if we measure such a thing by conscious recognition of social development. Its always a race against time to see if life can become something special before the next great cataclysm, and that is where the insanity of liberalism takes a detour from rational thought and begins to utilize ancient practices of human sacrifices to appeal to pagan gods and preserve the earth from catastrophe rather than using intellect to solve the problems of gaining control of our solar system or even the entire galaxy and become a type 1, 2 or even 3 civilization. So long as we keep ourselves chained to the earth and its vulnerabilities, we will always be at risk of complete destruction at a moment’s notice, and sacrificing productivity lives or thoughts to the gods of the universe hoping to be spared will not solve the problem.

Here is the heart of the matter, the earth, of course, revolves around the sun once a year, which is how we measure the age of our home planet. But that is not the proper way to measure anything because its importance only has weight in our own backyard. Instead, our sun and solar system are just one part of one arm of a spiral galaxy that you can see by looking up on a dark night in areas where there isn’t a lot of light pollution. Recently my wife and I were in upper Michigan, and she had been out of our RV with my daughters, and she came to wake me up from my sleep hastily. They rushed me to a clearing at 2 am to look up, and the spiral arm of our home galaxy was clearly visible in the clear night. So you can see it without the aid of a telescope. Well, that arm travels around the black hole at the galaxy’s center every 230 million years or so. For us, the dinosaurs and all the epics of life on earth evolved during that one galactic year. Then during that year of travel of the solar system around the core of the Milkey Way galaxy, the journey through that galactic arm of debris occurs. Our solar system spends a third of its time on one side of that arm, but during the galactic year, it travels to the other side, much in the way that the earth’s seasons are created by its position around the sun over an earth year. A galactic year has various seasons of influence over our solar system. And it takes 30 million years for our solar system to pass from one side of that spiral arm to another. Then during this period, the gravity wells within our solar system pick up lots of strange hitchhikers in the form of planet-killing debris, which move into orbit around our inner planets, and have routinely killed those planets and everything over time. It’s a cycle that occurs during every galactic year. 

Looking at Mars and studying the earth, the planetary bombardment has been a routine every several hundred thousand years, and presently we are about 9 million years into that passage through the spiral ring to the other side and are due for a planet-killing impact which is the usual thing in space encounters.   We don’t typically think about these things as human beings because we measure time in ridiculously recent memories. We think of events in the Bible as old instead of very current, as we should. So we tend to think we have all the time in the world regarding galactic years, yet we don’t have much time to solve human problems before the next planet killer comes. And that is clearly what happened to Mars and even Venus. A planet-killing comet struck Mars, and the planet is actually distorted as a result. The tall volcanos on Mars are more the result of pressure points of magma under the planet from planetary impacts that pushed the entire crust up in places on the opposite side of the planet from fatal impacts. Any life that was on Mars was not killed by climate change, as liberal radicals want to assume since it’s evident that there were massive amounts of water on that planet that is now gone. When a planet gets hit with large objects, the atmosphere can be stripped away, causing all the water to evaporate into space and become space debris that eventually falls to other planets millions of miles away. Many tons of material fall to earth each year from Mars, which has been floating around since its last cataclysm. 

The only way for the people of earth to solve this problem is to embrace it by way of virtue as established in the Bible, where God made man, and man was to have the Genesis concept of having dominion over it and everything on it. That is the psychological path to becoming a Type 1 civilization and harnessing all the power of a solar system to use for mankind to flourish and, thus, all the planets it touches. Currently, we are planning to go to Mars and build a new atmosphere through terraforming. And we can do the same on earth. We can build and do anything we want so long as we live. But if we sit around sacrificing to the pagan gods of astrology and hope they will take pity on us as many societies did in the past, hoping that appeasement will preserve life ultimately, then that society is planning for failure. And that is what liberals propose. That is what the religion of climate change is all about. It’s not such a miracle that earth exists. It’s a miracle that so much life has grown in such a short period of time between planetary bombardments. Earth has been hit many times, and our mythology records some of the trauma caused by the flood stories. Our oceans have not always been where they are today, land masses have risen and fallen, and parts of the earth that used to be river beds are now the peaks of mountains thousands of feet above sea level.

The forces applied to the planet from the galaxy itself often reshape what we think are finite waterfronts and mountainous regions, making them as flexible as a child’s toy.   And we only have a short time to advance or be destroyed. Liberal appeasement is not a practical approach. Only science can solve the problem by using the tools of the universe for mankind’s disposal. And we start that by not listening to the fools of insanity, the earth worshipers, and liberals of destruction. Anyone who follows anything they have to say is doomed. Yet any society that wishes to flourish will use the tools available to us and move into space to take command of our destiny quickly before it’s too late.

Rich Hoffman

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