The Madness Chronicles – Special Edition

In this special edition of Madness Chronicles, we will see the insanity of the Coronavirus. Remember, insanity is an especially severe state of mental illness, extremely foolish behavior, and a state of frenzied or chaotic activity. Let’s take a look at the panic that is taking place in America.

My daughter called from Utah today with the news that her governor had declared a state of emergency. It did not announce meetings of more than 100 people. He made a routine trip to Walmart to buy groceries and found a madhouse. She feels images. The shelves are empty! He described a scene out of the movies. Umm? It appears to be a state of frenzied and chaotic activity.

Another daughter called and described the empty toilet paper shelves at a Walmart near us in Montana. There are now reports of toilet paper and hand sanitizer shortages across the country. Interestingly, the soap remains in abundance. Our Governor of Montana, upon learning of the toilet paper shortage, declared a state of emergency in Montana.

In the Governors’ press release, he acknowledged that no cases of the virus have been found, although forty people have been tested, all negative. But he said that by declaring a state of emergency “officially”, he could immediately make $ 16 million available, and that would allow him to call the Montana National Guard. Being fast even in my old age, I thought, will the guard be able to protect us from the virus?

My daughter from Utah called again after we got home and told us that the Mormon church announced that it would close all meetings as of Monday, March 16. Again, being fast in my old age, I thought, umm, I guess the virus can’t get to just anyone until the 16th. Interesting? But before my wife and I returned home after our daughters called, the Mormon church had reconsidered and announced that they would cancel all church meetings around the world until further notice. Maybe I channeled a thought that way, you never know.

The scene described above is repeated throughout the United States. A couple of days ago, the state of Washington reported that I believe nine deaths from coronavirus. But if you dig a little deeper, you will find that they were all elderly and lived in nursing homes. And none, like zero, had been medically confirmed to have died from the virus. They were only “suspected” of dying from the virus. Could there be some extremely silly behavior on the part of the media here? It’s up to you.

The NBA announced that they were considering the possibility of not allowing fans to enter the games. With that news, the self-proclaimed King of All, Lebron James, let the world know that HE would not be playing empty seats. A couple of days later, a member of the Utah Jazz tested positive for the virus and the NBA suddenly announced that they would be canceling the entire season. A strong reaction for an infected player.

The NCAA had previously announced that its basketball tournament, March Madness, would be played only in front of family members and the media. We all know that they cannot be infected. And the undergrowth of insanity gained momentum. College, high school, and elementary school closings are announced. And did you know that the Surgeon General announced that the flu is more of a threat to young people than the Coronavirus?

Sometimes madness is cool. Remember when Saul Alinsky, he’s Karl Marx 4.0, said, “The problem is never the problem.” Think about that for a minute. Then think of former Chicago mayor and Obama chief of staff, Rahm Emmanuel, who said, “Never let a crisis go to waste.” Think about that for a couple of minutes. And then think about this … for quite some time.

Within six weeks after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the Patriot Act was imposed in Congress with a single vote against. The law was, after all, in response to a crisis. Right? It took away many individual rights, expanded surveillance powers, and made Americans less free. Interesting?

What if I tell you that the provisions of the Patriot Act were written long before 9/11? What what? In fact, much of it was written during the term of President Reagans. However, the proposals were rejected by Congress. More were added under President Bush, Bush the Elder. The plans were again rejected by Congress. Enter President Clinton and the Oklahoma City bombing. Boom! A crisis.

Immediately after the Oklahoma City bombing, the Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) was passed. And that legislation contained many of the proposed laws put forward by Reagan, Bush and Clinton. The crises are approaching and Congress approved it with great success. Do you see how it works? Expand government regulation, difficulty to pass laws, introduce a crisis and you have the solution. Repeat. Isn’t that fascinating and disturbing at the same time? Could it be a mere Deep State tactic? It’s up to you.

The World Trade Center towers collapsed and, like Houdini Bush, the Younger has the solution ‘written’ and approved in six weeks. Here’s’ The Patriot Act! The Patriot Act completed the legislation of three previous presidents. Isn’t that smart? Could our elected officials have a plan after all?

Why would our current crisis, the Coronavirus, be any different? It can be a deadly virus that plagues the world. Or it can be a false flag. You are the judge. But remember, the problem is never the problem and never let a crisis go to waste.

May we wake up from this madness before it is too late. I wish you good health and until next time … have fun, enjoy life and watch out for the madness between us.