Reflections on Writing: Where to go from here?


I have been writing for about ten years. I have two websites that contain hundreds of articles covering topics from the Second Amendment, psychological conditioning, indoctrination in schools, and more recently, the processes of persuasion. I have written four books – Not on My Watch: Exposing Marxism in Education, Psychopolitics in America: A Nation Under Conquest, Without a Shot Indeed: Inducing Compliance to Tyranny Through Conditioning and Persuasion, and finally, A Critical Look at CRT in Education, Research and Social Policy. I have contributed to many different websites as well. Most of these were before earning my Master’s in Professional Writing. These include The Western Free Press, The Liberty Loft, Freedom Outpost, Patriot Update, and Natural News. Some of these were paid positions and others were not. I still contribute regularly to Sons of Liberty Media, as Tim Brown played a huge role in getting me out there in the beginning. I have also submitted many pieces to organizations that have never responded with any feedback whatsoever, leaving me feeling a little less than enthused, to put it lightly. It certainly has been an interesting experience. The writers that best reflect the opinions and attitudes of the readers are generally the ones who do best. What most people don’t realize is that this is the very nature of propaganda itself, and these articles are deliberately written to do little more than get the necessary clicks and likes needed to generate revenue. Like Thomas Sowell said, “If you want to help yourself, you tell people what they want to hear. If you want to help others, you tell them what they need to hear.” America very much needs to learn how their opinions and attitudes are being manipulated.

I sometimes have a crisis of identity when it comes to my writing. I have put so much time, effort, and research into the things I write about, and for the most part, it hasn’t really materialized into anything financially gainful. Sure, I sold a few books and have received a few checks from a couple of publications, but nothing like I had dreamed of. Some of that is my own fault as I deliberately stopped contributing to certain publications because of their positions, or the things they were asking me to do. For example, before the 2016 election, I had written a piece citing Trump’s positions on gun control. These positions were taken right out of his own book. I also predicted that he would in some way, shape, or form, sell us out on guns. If you have been a reader of mine for any period of time you know I was very critical of Trump when it came to the 2A. The publication in question asked me to remove these citations as they felt it would hamper his chances of winning. In the end, I was right. Trump’s support for red flag laws gave states across the country, many of which were red states, the green light to pass them. The unfortunate reality is that Trump’s victory over Clinton was such a relief to the American people that they were brought to a point where they would have accepted anything that didn’t seem as bad as what she would have done. This is actually a persuasion technique known as fear then relief.

It would have been relatively easy for me, if money was my driving motivation, to write articles about how great Trump was, or even write some stories completely bashing him for some ragtag liberal website. They are heavily funded after all, and pay their writers well. I didn’t do that. I stuck to my principles and continued to share what it was I was discovering about the processes they employ, through the media, to control perceptions, and guide public opinion. At this point, it is pretty safe to say that everything in the media is a propaganda operation meant to keep the public trapped in a certain way of thinking. Like Joost Meerloo said in his book, The Rape of The Mind,  propaganda is used to keep the mind trapped in a narrow, totalitarian view of the world. 

The one thing I can tell you about my writing is that it isn’t my opinions I am sharing as much as it is the words of the left-wing social scientists and academicians. What I am sharing with you is coming right from their own journals. If I can, I provide the links to the documents in their entirety. Some of them, however, are only available through a university database. I try my best to at least, show the document exists and that I am not making anything up. As is the nature of any academic inquiry, it is up to the reader to verify the information.

Where am I going with all this? Americans, at this point, need to consider the possibility that everything they see in the media is a propaganda operation meant to do more than lie or mislead. It is all meant to simply destroy any faith you have in your country and government. When I say everything, I mean everything. Consider what Yuri Bezmenov said about ideological subversion. “To change the perception of reality to such an extent that despite the abundance of information, no one can come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, their communities, and their country.” There is that word perception again. It is my opinion, based on my research in persuasion and propaganda, and having a deep understanding of Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, that we must consider the possibility that everything is a deliberately created perception designed to get you to lose hope. What if the Democrats stealing the election was a perception meant to do more than put Biden in power, but make you lose faith in our election system? What if Trump was being used, or playing his part, to aid in the perception that the Republicans were hateful extremists? That would explain why he wouldn’t stop saying stupid things. What if the wars we waged in the Middle East over 9/11 were really meant to create the perception that we were the war-mongering, imperialist nation we are so often accused of being? What if they deliberately feed us the truth and the lie to see what we believe, and confuse us at the same time? What if the constant hatred of Trump was a deliberate ploy meant to reinforce Republican support, and create the perception that he is “making America great again?” What if his support for red flag laws was a study of party loyalty, and an attempt to see what Republicans would tolerate? These are questions, that if you have any understanding of communist tactics or propaganda, you should be asking yourself. Why? Because if there was a methodology for demoralizing the nation, this would be it. Overwhelming the population with lie after lie, keeping them in search of a truth that for all practical purposes, seems non-existent anymore.

Anyway, I started writing this post as I was contemplating what direction to take my writing now. I have had to do a lot of soul-searching as I realize that my message is not gaining a lot of traction. People are still very much caught up in the perceptions of left and right, good guys and bad, conservative/liberal, and the idea that it is solely one political party working to destroy the nation. I am toying with the idea of writing a fifth book, focusing on the Demoralizing of America through the destruction of our values and the deliberate attempt to portray conservative Americans as the enemy of humanity. I have written much on this already but I think my writing has gotten much better and I can elaborate on this more effectively than in the past. Some of the topics will include white privilege and the constant accusations of racism, to the portrayal of conservatives as radical, militant extremists. I hope you stick around for the ride.

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