In watching this segment of the Stew Peters show last night, I agree very much with reporter Laura Logan. I, too, have less and less time and patience for people invested in the lies of our current news media, administration, and society. It’s become so refreshing to find someone, anyone, who wants to talk about the truth. Even those who at least can talk about both sides give me hope, even though they are still entertaining lies to consider themselves “fair” or something.
The US is an “empire of lies” just as Putin said. That’s the truth. The truth is Russia isn’t the bad guy in the war in Ukraine. Yes, they are invaders, but if you listen to Ms. Logan, she explains some very good reasons why Russia would invade that country. The propaganda against Russia these days is off the charts. The lying never stops and the ride never ends. Like she says, it’s basically avoidance theatre: Ooh! Look at Ukraine! Don’t look at the mountains of information now coming out about the many COVID and vaccine lies, don’t look at the mountains of information that not only was our 2020 election stolen, but many, many others as well. Don’t look at anything that actually may be relevant to your everyday life.
Happily, as I’ve said before, more and more people are waking up to the lies, sometimes I just wish more of the people in, say, my church community were. Maybe they do see the lies but are just afraid to talk about them. It is difficult to know who is a “friendly” these days, people safe to talk to about all of these so-called conspiracy theories that are really the truth. I fervently pray that the people living in the US can get back to living in the truth. Maybe then we can get better sleep, because keeping up with all the lies is exhausting.
Up hopefully in the next few days: Review of Kdrama Jirisan.