Tucker Carlson – President Putin Interview – Philosophical Take
While I have many opinions as to the purpose of last night’s interview between President Putin and Tucker Carlson, the one that is most impactful with me is the disparity with which the West sees the world; pods of hostile people warring for eternity – vs. the East/Russia which sees the world as a means of growth and evolution, like a bag full of candy. His lack of care what happens inside the boundaries of a country’s government is as it should be – sovereign respect. By contrast, the West has used human rights as its focus of chaos and victimhood since WWII. As though there are two completely different species…
Was the West fearful over the fallout in the knowledge that the CIA is running the US and every single person in the White House is a useless stand-in like in Hollywood. A body for the cameras. While two parallel universes intersect. The Media’s job was to create the allusion of a fake America. A Fake Globe. But like the UFO revelations – the CIA fraud and corruption is already old news.
The Fake Globe was created on a foundation of Human Rights which could evoke emotion, driving free cash, because emotion opens wallets. Instead of contributing to growth, we were conned into giving our money to “victims”. Only the money didn’t go to “victims” – it was redispursed among the many middlemen. Which is why for example, the Border Bill allocated so much to the salary of each new hire – $650,000 . While pay
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