Okay the NFL’s not finished, not by a long shot. But this is a great image by artist Tom Stigligh that well captures the emotional frustration many lifelong pro football fans (including yours truly) feel about the controversial, divisive, and entirely unnecessary intrusion of empty political symbolism into your formerly relaxing Sunday afternoon.
Like frogs, who are incapable of detecting the smooth, slow approach of a snake because their eyes are only adapted to see the quick movements of flies, western nations seem unable to see the infiltration of their homelands by an insidious ideology whose sworn goal is to destabilize, out-populate, overwhelm, and conquer them.
A special thank you to all my readers for pushing American Infrasound over the 500-subscriber mark recently. We’ve been publishing for a little over a year now, and it’s great to see so much interest in the three critically important issues in today’s world that we focus on: Freedom of Speech, Islamic Supremacism, and the Collapsing of Western Civilization.
Like Nancy Devos, Jeff Sessions, Steve Bannon, James Mattis, and other presidential nominees who aren’t leftists intent on central planning and social engineering, Dr. Ben Carson is now getting his media punishment too. An African-American who grew up in desperate poverty in the ghettos of Detroit and Boston, whose mother worked three jobs, and who escaped being poor through hard work and determination, is a “disturbing” choice for secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
Lord Acton’s famous saying has been quoted endlessly but can still never be repeated too often: Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power tends to corrupt absolutely. The concept is actually an observation of the nature of the human heart, not yours or mine specifically but the human heart in general.
Anytime the established media rises up to gang rape a single political figure at the same moment, with the exact same message and phrases, it’s a certainty that,
a) the attack has been carefully planned and coordinated;
b) there’s a hidden political power struggle animating the personal attack.
Last week it was Steve Bannon, a man who is nothing resembling a Jew-hating white supremacist but whom the Democrat (and Republican) political establishment greatly fears for one specific, but very different, reason.