In an effort to improve personal time management, and devote necessary time to advancing CTH 2.0 goals (I’m up against an eviction deadline) , please consider this a standard form letter response to any further inquiry:
Dear Mr./Mrs. XXXXXXXX, prudence and necessarily instilled manners dictate that all correspondence deserves the full weight of polite response.
Allow me to thank you, with the most humble and earnest of appreciation, for all you do on behalf of a simple citizenry of which I am a proud and insignificant member.
Indeed if our paths were ever to cross in person, I hold no preconception that you, as a person of consequence, would ever afford these calloused and well worn hands the time of day. I am, like many, comfortably invisible.
That said, and with the utmost respect for your professional endeavors, I hope you will consider this correspondence carefully.
It is not our “goal” to raise our profile through the dangers and injustice that Big Tech censorship now represents. It is, perhaps, our goal to shine light upon that danger…
When you see that speech is controlled, not by open-debate, but by fear and censorship – when you see that in order to invoke your first amendment right to have your voice heard, you need to obtain permission from the men who rebuke the constitution – when you see that validity of speech is determined by arbiters who leverage, not in law, but in politics – when you see that men get power over individual liberty by graft and by scheme, and your representatives don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you – when you see corruption holding influence and individual liberty so easily dispatched and nullified – you may well know that your freedom too is soon to perish.
You present opportunity for interview as if it is reflective of some courageous or magnanimous endeavor on your behalf. Alas, the disconnect, and innocent naivete’ of those only partially immersed in the battle to save the republic shines through.
I’m almost certain that you hold the best of all intentions. However, in viewing a goal to be getting this type of story advanced you miss the entire point.
My honest and respectfully intended question to you would be: What is it that makes media folks always want to “get an interview” when the information is there for the taking?
Perhaps, by training, by habit, or by unintended consequence you have developed yourself to live for the process itself as an end result. Is it logical to believe that journalism is the interview; the conversation is the point; the smoke is the fire?
Please forgive my uneducated and poorly worded suppositions, but apparently journalism has evolved into reveling in the process and, as a consequence, it completely ignores the end point, misses the bottom line, doesn’t actually SEE the subject matter and never actually applies what might be discovered.
In fact, I’m led to believe that sometimes those within the industrial media complex avoid the subject matter deliberately, because if they get their heads around it and nail it home, they won’t have anything to talk about any more–because they will have exhausted their stash… perhaps because the conclusions are transparently obvious, or uncomfortable.
Not attempting whatsoever to lump your intention into such a fray; however, many have gotten into the habit of milking each situation for “so many leads,” “so many interviews,” “so many column inches,” and “so many angles” that problem-solving does not appeal to them at all. They oddly appear to favor the endless process.
So when there’s an approach like what you have encountered with our decade of significant site research, and my reluctance for self involvement, I don’t fit –because I don’t give a flip about “the process.” And therefore, I do not fit into the rationale of the box or the PERT chart.
There is a body of work, ten years of research, citation and analysis, right here for you to review at your leisure. If you want to find a reason the arbiters who control the architecture of speech worry about voices that deconstruct the hidden agenda; and if you want to make these truths known, they are free for the taking; they are by no matter or consequence dependent on my advancement.
Look around, find validation or confirmation for violations of service… or accept the absence directly implies our republic is entering a very dark place… and some of us, will never relent… We The People will shine light upon that darkness because our nation deserves better, and, quite frankly, “there’s no-where else to go.”
This fight is ours… we accept it.
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Borrowing from Mike Vanderboegh – This is no small thing, to restore a republic after it has fallen into corruption. I have studied history for years and I cannot recall it ever happening. It may be that our task is impossible. Yet, if we do not try then how will we know it can’t be done? And if we do not try, it most certainly won’t be done. The Founders’ Republic, and the larger war for western civilization, will be lost.
But I tell you this: We will not go gently into that bloody collectivist good night. Indeed, we will make with our defiance such a sound as ALL history from that day forward will be forced to note, even if they despise us in the writing of it.
And when we are gone, the scattered, free survivors hiding in the ruins of our once-great republic will sing of our deeds in forbidden songs, tending the flickering flame of individual liberty until it bursts forth again, as it must, generations later. We will live forever, like the Spartans at Thermopylae, in sacred memory.
With profound appreciation for your time and attention, and the most warm of regards.