When I suggest there is another way to look at things
Take a lesson learned from the Communists and Technocrats. And know the one mind disease they're not afflicted by and how you can become immune to it, too
For example, when I say Presidential campaigns should have a dozen candidates, each hammering on a different single issue—a dozen single-issue candidates—
What is the effect? What’s the effect of me writing that?
Do readers think, “Well, that’s an interesting idea but it could never happen”?
Because, you see, I think it could happen.
With an adjustment of outlook. With imagination.
I’ve been fighting this battle for a long, long time. Convincing people that a new reality could move to center stage.
It’s one thing to be against the status quo and to take the status quo apart. It’s another thing to launch a different state of affairs.
People tend to reject the latter. Because they don’t see it—which means they don’t want to see it.
The radical Left doesn’t have that problem. If you look at how the nation has changed over the past ten years, you’ll know that. The Left is quite willing to install mind-blowing changes.
That’s why everybody who isn’t in their camp has felt the heat. Because everybody else has stayed in the same place.
As if that’s some kind of answer, some kind of response.
I’ve presented the idea that the modern bully pulpit is live stream, and candidates should use it every day to talk to audiences.(*) I’ve suggested this to several candidates, including RFK Jr.
They haven’t picked up on it. They get censored and mischaracterized by the press every day, but they don’t see that their own channel to the public is one answer, one very big answer.
The radical Left has their own bully pulpit. It’s every major news outlet in the country, and these outlets are busy bees, 24/7.
Live stream is just a few clicks away. When I ran for Congress in 1994, if I’d had it, I would have used it every day and twice on Sundays.
If I were running for the Presidency today, I would pick one vital issue—for example, out of control crime—and I’d be on live stream every day right up to Election Day hammering on it. Not because I thought I could win the election, but because the CAMPAIGN is the thing. The national sport. The opportunity to reach people’s minds and hearts. And stage, yes, a revolution.
Who has staged a revolution in our time? Big-tech. What motivated those boys? Where did they get their inspiration? I’ll tell you where. Science fiction. The novels, the movies, the television shows.
They took those fantasies seriously. Of course, they eventually spiraled off in the wrong direction. They started out as the rebels, and they ended up as the oppressors.
Nevertheless, they proved a revolution is possible. Is doable. The status quo isn’t permanent.
Think about these things.