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daily redress: your week in narrative — “strong economy,” “effective congress,” “presidential joe biden”

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In Liberty, Ashe


If you want to understand The State’s intentions, the Sunday talk shows are the best place to get briefed on their narrative for the upcoming week.

Today we’re meant to believe that Joe Biden is presidential and Congress is delivering for the American people.

Tell Congress exactly what you think of their narrative, and remind them that we are still expectantly waiting for their statement on record about the Bill of Rights.

In The Same Joe Biden Suddenly Looks Different, CNN analyst John Harwood – whose nonsensical title and conclusions raise legitimate questions of a head injury – writes:

“Joe Biden is no more or less capable a president than he was two months ago. His staff is no more or less competent. But suddenly, images of Biden as a feeble septuagenarian atop a mismanaged White House have given way to those of an experienced leader, smiling behind aviator sunglasses, whose battle-tested team has delivered on a range of national priorities. A winning streak does that for you.”

Wait, they think they’re winning? How? Harwood continues:

“It has not happened because of a strategy shift or staff shakeup, though at low points allies wanted him to take those ritual steps. It’s been a combination of good luck, skill and persistence by a president and Democratic Party determined to act unilaterally where Republicans wouldn’t and strike compromises where Republicans would.”

Harwood paints Biden as a historic leader in a time of crisis, exercising temperance over the use of executive orders and concluding his essay by releasing the scrotus from any accountability for the crushing consequences of his policy agenda. 

Tell Congress exactly what you think of their narrative, and remind them that we are still expectantly waiting for their statement on record about the Bill of Rights.

Over at the New York Times, one of our favorite State Propagandists Farah Stockman is challenging Harwood for the most ridiculous take of the week with, Many Americans Think Congress Is More Broken Than It Actually Is. Stockman writes:

“In March, Congress overhauled the U.S. Postal Service, which had been on the brink of insolvency for years. In June, it passed the first major gun safety legislation in nearly three decades. In July, it voted to make the most significant investment in American industrial policy in half a century. Now a bipartisan group of 16 senators is working to fix the Electoral Count Act of 1887, a step that legal experts say is needed to save our democracy from another Jan. 6-style attack.”

That’s just the set up. The NY Times has built their modern brand on ridiculously reframing the pain of the middle class as good for society at large, and Stockman is one of the best at belittling your pain with condescension and mockery. She continues:

“Is it everything that Democrats dreamed of? Not by a long shot. But it’s major progress — all the more remarkable for the fact that it is happening under an evenly divided Senate. It flies in the face of the prevailing narrative that Washington is irreparably broken and that President Biden is a nostalgic old fool for even trying to reach across the aisle. Regardless of what plays now on cable news, historians of Mr. Biden’s first term will have to admit that a surprising amount got done.”

No one has called Biden a nostalgic old fool for trying to reach across the aisle. He’s an old fool for “his” terrible policy agenda – one that destroyed a historic economy (and our way of life) with the strokes of many pens. Bumbling Biden has signed a LOT of executive orders.

Stockman is most cutting when she refers to the obvious dementia patient as “nostalgic.” That’s just cold.

The mockingbird media wants you to believe that Biden is a historic commander in chief in a time of crisis. They also want you to believe that Pelosi and Schumer are steering America in the right direction. You’re meant to believe that the economy is “strong,” no matter how it’s crushing you and your family. 

Don’t look around. Don’t pay attention to your own eyes and ears and circumstances and surroundings. The State media apparatus assures you that your economic pain – buying gas, food, school supplies – is just disinformation. It’s not real. 

“Everything that you have undergone since you have been in our hands — all that will continue, and worse. The espionage, the betrayals, the arrests, the tortures, the executions, the disappearances will never cease. It will be a world of terror as much as a world of triumph. The more the Party is powerful, the less it will be tolerant: the weaker the opposition, the tighter the despotism.” – George Orwell, 1984

“When you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing – When you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors – When you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you – When you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice – You may know that your society is doomed.” – Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged

These were cautionary tales from those who came before us and saw The State’s expansion. Still, perhaps none is more fitting for the Congress than this one:

“The Savage nodded, frowning. ‘You got rid of them. Yes, that’s just like you. Getting rid of everything unpleasant instead of learning to put up with it. Whether ’tis better in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows or outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing end them…But you don’t do either. Neither suffer nor oppose. You just abolish the slings and arrows. It’s too easy…What you need…is something with tears for a change. Nothing costs enough here.’” Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

Eat the bugs. 

Tell Congress exactly what you think of their narrative, and remind them that we are still expectantly waiting for their statement on record about the Bill of Rights.

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Here is today’s letter to Congress:

ATTENTION CONGRESS:

The State’s media apparatus is in a full court press today, trying to paint the pain Americans are feeling as historic achievements of this administration and your work in Congress.

This is nonsense, of course, and We the People see through it. Your media partners tell us that our pain is good for us. That this economic crisis is a net positive. 

Positive for whom?

You passed nearly a trillion dollars of spending in the midst of record high inflation – and you called it inflation reduction. Congress has effectively suspended the Bill of Rights, but you refuse to make a statement about where you stand on these violations. 

You have remained silent,  and now The State’s – YOUR – media partners are trying to sell us on how that suspension is somehow good for us. 

Don’t pay attention to our own eyes and ears and circumstances and surroundings. The State media apparatus assures us that our economic pain – buying gas, food, school supplies – is just disinformation. It’s not real. 

Last week, we asked every member of Congress and the White House to go on record about the Bill of Rights. We declared that, if you remain silent, we will assume you are supportive of these infringements and willfully violating your oath.

“Everything that you have undergone since you have been in our hands — all that will continue, and worse. The espionage, the betrayals, the arrests, the tortures, the executions, the disappearances will never cease. It will be a world of terror as much as a world of triumph. The more the Party is powerful, the less it will be tolerant: the weaker the opposition, the tighter the despotism.” – George Orwell, 1984

“When you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing – When you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors – When you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you – When you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice – You may know that your society is doomed.” – Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged

These were cautionary tales from those who came before us and saw The State’s expansion. Still, perhaps none is more fitting for you all than this one:

“The Savage nodded, frowning. ‘You got rid of them. Yes, that’s just like you. Getting rid of everything unpleasant instead of learning to put up with it. Whether ’tis better in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows or outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing end them…But you don’t do either. Neither suffer nor oppose. You just abolish the slings and arrows. It’s too easy…What you need,’ the Savage went on, ‘is something with tears for a change. Nothing costs enough here.’” ― Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

The People have not escalated. The State continues to escalate. 

Remember your oath and stand in the gap for the American People today. Make a public statement about The State’s violations of the Bill of Rights and what you’re going to do about it. 

Tell Congress exactly what you think of their narrative, and remind them that we are still expectantly waiting for their statement on record about the Bill of Rights.


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