Modern Eco-Warriors on university campuses were never taught that the first Earth Day teach-ins were funded by big oil interests, by “channeling money” to the protesters of the Vietnam War. The New York Times had predicted that ecology “will replace Vietnam as the major issue with students” but never informed Americans that groups like the Students for a Democratic Society had been in charge of the social revolution envisioned by corporate media. When Time Magazine explained why the’ violence was inevitable’ at the Democratic National Convention in 1968, it included the typical sympathetic portrayal of eight radicals who had been charged with conspiracy and crossing state lines to incite a riot. It was as if the violent agitators were the real victims, and the removal of the political establishment was the only practical solution to the problem they faced.

Nobody in the media ever bothered to ask why the violent Cultural Marxists would target fellow liberals with their intense rage. To push a peace agenda. Did anyone actually believe these radicals represented the working class when most lacked the skill sets to hold a regular job?

Over fifty years later, Time posted The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 ElectionOnce again, Time chose to overlook the most apparent aspect of the current conspiracy, which was an effort to manipulate the outcome of an election. Just as several decades earlier, it was presented as an inside story about a group effort to save democracy from the influence of big money interests. By the 2020 election, Time was declaring, “They were not rigging the election; they were fortifying it.”.

The Time article contained nothing about the primary campaign of Michael Bloomberg, the gun-control advocate that President Trump had said he “could have told [Bloomberg] long ago that he didn’t have what it takes, and he would have saved himself a billion dollars.”.

Bloomberg’s billion dollars went on to buy a whole lot of love from the liberal media, who all began expressing their deep hatred toward the anti-establishment candidate who opposed draconian gun-control laws. Bloomberg runs a multi-billion dollar media empire that somehow missed the single most significant flaw in the latest Time magazine conspiracy story. This was described as follows; “It’s like when Wile E. Coyote runs off the cliff- if you don’t look down, you don’t fall. Our democracy only survives if we believe and don’t look down.” Yeah, right!

That’s about as logical as believing that Jane Fonda went to Vietnam in 1972 for a photo shoot on behalf of the ACME parachute company. The media can pretend that questioning such a cartoonish narrative is politically incorrect, then imply that it is anti-capitalistic to suggest a struggling artist shouldn’t have the right to make an honest buck in foreign marketplaces. Should it matter if Wile E. Coyote or the ACME parachute company doesn’t exist in the real world?

However, Bloomberg and his billionaire buddies had been claiming to be astute businessmen, not a bunch of cartoon characters. These savvy entrepreneurs had invested heavily in a new clean energy economy. They were also the uber-rich gun-grabbers that had received tremendous support from groups like the Climate Mayors initiative. Those mayors claimed to be part of a noble cause, so the misuse of public funds for green-washing scams operated by the EPA or U.N. business-driven enterprises couldn’t be considered illegal. It was for the Children!

That double standards in law enforcement has been the official government position for many decades, and it definitely didn’t begin with initiatives like the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy, Which had grown out of the ultimately failed U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Initiative, which had earned Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels an EPA award in 2006. That fiasco had over a thousand cities, which had joined in that massive green-washing scheme. Not one single city has managed to achieve its emission reduction goals. Other government-owned groups like Seattle’s Prosperity Partnership were building partisan organizations through Regional Economic Agendas tied to the U.N.

Even the most dim-witted pundits and politicians would’ve had a hard time overlooking groups like the Ruckus Society, whose idiotic new maxim is “Pick a fight. Break the rule. Build the New. Change the game with The Ruckus Action Network. That type of thinking had the virtuous Climate Mayors acting as advocates for the De-fund the Police movement. While simultaneously pushing EPA policies that used Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion tactics to erect barriers to political outsiders.

When former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that he was seeking to become the 2020 presidential nominee for the Democratic party, he had to have been aware that New York City was part of the non-binding U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement. Bloomberg Philanthropies had been pushing the EPA’s unsustainable infrastructure spending plans. Michael Bloomberg was a leading advocate for partnerships with the National League of Cities and the U.S. Conference of Mayors. America’s premier gun-grabber was also a fan of the C-40 Cities organization. Another international group representing left-leaning mayors claims they’ve been part of the environmental justice movement for 15 years.

Most of these non-profit organizations had long-established ties with the anti-war movement and their violent Eco-Establishment. These green groups have been raised on a diet of pure hate-mongering that called for the destruction of Capitalism. Many were devotees of Rocky Mountain Institute, which has guided the Dept of Energy’s delusional directors for many years. Which under the Obama/Biden regime had produced the most backward-thinking natural gas policies in our nation’s history. These policies were designed to benefit our most significant foreign trade allies and undermine America’s industrial sector.

This is to say, the U.S. energy policies aligned with the business model presented to the U.N. General Assembly in 1974 when Yasser Arafat was allowed to give his famous’ gun and olive branch‘ speech. This armed freedom fighter claimed to represent the non-existent state of Palestine before providing his terms and conditions for a peaceful co-existence with Israel. OPEC nations had just ended their Oil Embargo on the USA, and we now had this U.N. dignitary warning Americans about what would happen if he was forced to drop his olive branch.

That may have sounded perfectly normal for Klaus Schwab, the young German economics professor who had crafted his own crazy Manifesto back in 1970. This Socialist educator apparently had no understanding of American Capitalism but really believed he could fix the problem of free markets. In Schwab’s mind, the world needed a more virtuous capitalist system controlled by a One World Government police state.

His vision for a Fourth Industrial Revolution was built around a stakeholder governance model. That business model resembled the same ideology as his goose-stepping NAZI forefathers. In 1939, they paraded their unique brand of extremism at Madison Square Garden before a crowd of progressive followers. Who were noconsidered to be extremists or rabid gun-grabbers in that period.

We know this is true from Gonzo’s journalism of the late 1960s. Where various groups of radicals would play the part of Marxist intellectuals to bad-mouth other less educated radicals on how Socialism works for the poor and downtrodden. One such group had produced the Ramparts magazine as a “showcase for the creative writer and as a forum for the mature American Catholic.” This magazine was closely associated with the radical New Left political movement, which must have considered mature Catholics as fellow travelers seeking to reject the traditional family values, social order, and gender roles of other Catholics.

That highfalutin rag went bankrupt around the Democratic National Convention in 1968, which apparently had to do with running a $500,000 operating deficit for a few years. The Rampart didn’t die from poor stakeholder governance; its decline was directly related to a flaw with its sole product: Communist Propaganda. Once again, the radicals acted as if they were the victims. They didn’t think it was fair that the greedy establishment expected them to pay their rent or care about stiffing small businesses that had provided the products used to push their revolutionary ideas.

That opened the door for the next great political leader of the lunatic left, Saul Alinsky. The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing specifically targeted the Catholic Church to transform America away from its Judeo/Christian culture. His goal, outlined in Rules for Radicals, was to break down the moral fabric of the family. Alinsky-trained radicals have relied on the corruption of law, education, and the media-entertainment-complex to undermine America’s social values in every way possible.

Today, corporate media is suppressing stories on Dept of Energy programs like Creating Equity In Energy For People of ColorWhich apparently was created to help DOE overcome real racial discrimination, as practiced inside their own leadership ranksHollywood screenwriters couldn’t have cast a less diverse group to play the parts of wealthy socialites pretending to be civil rights activists for the angry-weather lobby.

These are the same deep thinkers involved with the U.N.’s annual climate extravaganzas, hosted by the same big oil interests in OPEC-controlled nations. This occurs as Bloomberg and his fellow news activists continue suppressing reports on the Berkeley California-China Climate Institute. Jerry ‘Moonbeam’ Brown is the co-founder of this enterprise, which is being run through the U C Berkeley Law offices. Corporate media refers to this initiative as a $220 million mistake. The godless Communists call it the Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen Institute or simply “China’s MIT.”

Moonbeam Brown is a lawyer and a former two-term governor of California. He is also the mayor that

invited the US Marine Corps to use Oakland harbor lands for a mock military exercise as part of Operation Urban Warrior. When Mayor Brown had U.S. troops training for inter-city war fighting, did the liberal elites in California really believe that was to increase Domestic Tranquility in the City of Oakland? Or was it to send a message from the Eco-Establishment, warning the world what would happen if we rejected the ‘olive branch’ approach to their business governance model presented fifty years ago by another respected U.N. dignitary?