Simone Gold, Domestic Terrorist, Was Scheduled For Release From Prison On September 11th
How fitting that someone sat down with a calendar and said, “Simone Gold, one of the highest profile ‘scalps’ of January 6, 2021, should be released from prison on September 11, 2022, the anniversary of the terrorist attacks.”
Whatever you believe took place on 9/11, the fallout of that day is clear. That is the day in which the insurrection against the American people really kicked into high gear. The administrative state had been focussed, busy, and growing up until 1989. A declared victory against the USSR came to fruition as satellite state after satellite state toppled in the fall and winter of that year.
In 1991, the American administrative state again declared victory over the USSR, as the USSR, itself, finally toppled. And then the members of the American administrative state were treated like victors are supposed to be treated — they are thanked for their Cold War service and sent home to the plow.
However slight and short-lived it might have been, leadership of both political parties publicly proclaimed open hostility to the deep state — even going so far in their hostility as to balance the budget.
Bill Clinton, who came to power after the 1992 election, and Newt Gingrich, who became Speaker of the House of the first Republican Congress in 40 years — even they, to some degree, publicly rose to send the members of the Cold War administrative state back to the plow.
George H.W. Bush (August 18, 1988: “Read my lips no new taxes!”; November 5, 1990: new taxes), and his immediate courtiers, had temporarily been replaced as the weak-handed heads of the Republican Party. In his personality, in his experiences, in his choices, his life, and his career, Bush had been the embodiment of the Cold War administrative state.
In his defeat, the cold warrior was thanked and sent back to the plow, a plow he never had. Contained therein is a lesson. He with no plow, with no other purpose for existing, will sooner die than give up his life’s purpose of building the administrative state.
Like many in the administrative state, he only really knew how to do one thing: fight the Cold War by building and administering the administrative state. Through this lens, so much of American foreign and domestic policy from the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 to the present day should be clear. They will sooner give up their own lives than to give up control of the administrative state that by its existence acts to choke every breath of life and every heartbeat of freedom from everything you hold dear. It is not an option for them.
Throughout the 1990s, the administrative state learned something — if it was going to survive in a country that saw itself as free as the American people saw themselves, then it would have to get pretty savvy about recognizing that the American people were actually its enemies, and recognizing that national spirit for greater freedom was its deepest enemy.
The administrative state hatched plans throughout the 1990s that did not come to fruition very well, but make no mistake, a creeping tyranny existed.
Again, in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, this went into high gear. It is hard to look back on those freer days, with these past two decades of hindsight, without realizing how the American people were convinced to let their government declare them to be the enemy and to let their government declare their freedom to be the enemy. In March 2020, with the advent of corona communism, that process went into overdrive.
Do I have some big conspiracy to point to? No. Doing so is not even necessary. If you let government get big enough, powerful enough, then enough people working for government will eventually realize that either you drown government in the bathtub or government will drown you in the bathtub. Enough big plans sitting around, unhatched, waiting for the right opportunity, eventually find the right opportunity.
Well, one could naturally enough ask, “Why were you ever allowing the government th
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