Saturday, December 30, 2023

Goodbye 2023. You kinda sucked.

Hello everyone! I've missed you all during my little break. I'd like to tell you that I was busy writing intense philosophical and wordy blog posts that would blow your mind, but alas, that was not the case. I meant to, but I took some much needed time away from the news and had a relaxing break.

I got a lot of work done around the house, including defrosting the freezer, which has been on my to-do list for quite some time. I also played some video games, my secret pleasure. This one game I played has me pegged. Knowing everything I know about psychological warfare, I was still willing to watch Toyota commercials and ads for fake little digital rubies. Sigh.

So, 2023. I'm glad it's over. I lost my job and my dog this year. The global elite's little plots to kill us all or turn us into their cyborg slaves is out in the open and in our faces. I posted the movie Metropolis down at the bottom so you can see their predictive programming from the 1920's. God laughs at their plans, so I've decided to laugh at them as well. What's the saying these days? Come at me bro? I'm not going to enter 2024 with a sense of doom and gloom and you shouldn't either. Let's continue to thank our Heavenly Father for his many blessings in our lives and going forward, His protections.

In non-faked disasters, people usually come together to rebuild. There are way more of us than there are of them and God can literally send swarms of hornets after anyone who thinks of going door-to-door. I'm determined to cling to God's promises of a future and a hope in the upcoming year.

I hope you all are well. Take care out there.

(P.S. To Johno. I saw your email in my spam folder and I'm unable to respond. I want you to know that I am praying for you. Get well soon.)

Thursday, December 21, 2023

Audience Participation Required

One of the biggest psy-ops in my lifetime was the events that took place on September 11th, 2001. The official story is that the 19 hijackers who perpetrated the attack hailed from four different countries. Those were Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Lebanon. We know this because their passports were conveniently found in the rubble.

Within minutes, everyone knew that Tim Osman, CIA asset Osama Bin Laden, leader of Al Qaeda, was the mastermind. He also came from Saudi Arabia, but was eventually found to be hiding out in some cave in Afghanistan.

The American people were outraged as a whole and calling for blood. Yet somehow, instead of going to any of the aforementioned countries (not including Afghanistan), we went into Iraq and took out Saddam Hussein and his imaginary weapons of mass destruction. At the end of the day, Iraq was the original target all along, but they needed the people on board, a re-direction of the outrage if you will.

So now “they” (the members of the Big Club) want the American people to have a civil war. They want a civil war made up of Left vs Right, POC vs whyte people, old vs young, men vs women, I mean, pick a category. They want us to fight neighbor vs neighbor so that we don't join forces against them. Their plans to outrage us into fighting amongst ourselves is actually working, unfortunately.

This latest move, on the grand stage, is to have headlines everywhere tell us that the Colorado Supreme Court has decided that Trump can't be on the ballot. A completely empty gesture on the face of it, that will most likely get overturned yet common sense conservatives who are paying attention and think they know what is really going on in the world, but still don't understand that they are watching a scripted movie playing out in front of their eyes, are getting outraged. With several states, like New York and California, soon doing the same thing, the anger and rage of the people will grow exponentially.

They've released their recent propaganda films to incite us into doing exactly what they want us to do. Because this has worked out so well for them in the past, and history tends to repeat itself.

They NEED our participation for their plans to work. War has been declared on the American people with each passing outrage. The enemy forces will continue to release movies and headlines and whatever else they can throw at us to get us all to snap. Then they will have their excuse to go after us.

Don't participate. Don't listen to their propaganda. Don't buy their products. Don't use their banks. Don't watch their movies. Take precautions against the things they are threatening us with. Stock up on food, water, untainted medical supplies. Above all else, don't participate in the outrage. Everything you say or do will be used against you. Don't let them steal your peace. Trust in the Lord and recognize when the forces of evil are yanking your chain. The adversary will continue to ramp up the crazy. Don't let it affect you. Resist the devil and he (and his cronies) will flee.

Take care out there.

Wednesday, December 20, 2023

Arthur Update

Just wanted to let everyone know that my little grand-nephew has been released from the hospital and is now home. He is not yet 5 lbs., but he is doing very well. Thanks for all your prayers!

Tuesday, December 19, 2023

Blueberry Cream Cheese Bars

I had a package of cream cheese rolling around in the bottom of my fridge so I decided to make blueberry cream cheese bars. I had all the ingredients already in the house, except for the sweetened condensed milk. I thought I had some, but when I checked the prepper pantry there was only evaporated milk. So it gave me the opportunity to stock a couple extra.

I followed this recipe:

Blueberry Cream Cheese Bars

The only thing I would do differently next time is increase the blueberries to 1.5 – 1.75 cups and add a healthy dose of cinnamon to the crust.

They turned out very yummy. My husband was happy to have a little treat. He has not been doing very well lately.

Keep prepping and praying my friends. The massive amount of propaganda out there trying to goad us all into a civil war is off the charts. And, as with everything else, if they can't get us to start one organically, they will just fake it till they make it. Not sure if you've seen this horror show trailer:

Set to be released on March 22, 2024. (That's 322 – brought to you by Skull and Bones.) Just in case you didn't know about all those dangerous whyte people. How much more in your face is it going to be?

Take care out there.

Monday, December 18, 2023

Things I Ignored this Weekend

And by ignore I mean I refused to click on any headlines that talked about the following:

1. Russia/Ukraine

2. Israel/Palestine (or Hamas)

3. Do it yourself gay porn in Congress – although BCE did a hilarious write-up about it here. I'm sure he is absolutely correct on his predictions of the fall out.

4. Anything Tucker said

5. Anything Elon said. Especially the part of having bases on the moon and/or Mars, while all the Tesla's in the US are having a recall. I wonder if it is to re-program them to self drive into a 108 car pile-up wreaking havoc via the predictive programming in Obama's “Leave the world behind?” Maybe just the white ones. Miles did an excellent review here.

6. Anything Alex Jones and Stew Peters had to talk about. Or Russell Brand. Don't know – don't care.

7. The big red-letter headlines on Drudge saying Nikki Haley is polling better than Trump. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. I mean please. No one likes that bitch. Especially since she really wants to shut people up online. She can't even speak for heaven's sake. She talks like someone with their jaw wired shut. The only way she gets in is if she is shoved in via massive cheating like the current resident. Give me a break.

So all in all, a nice peaceful weekend.

Hope you all are doing well. Take care out there.

Sunday, December 17, 2023

Sunday Music: Ray LaMontagne

Not sure if you are familiar with Ray LaMontagne. I use to listen to him a lot back in the day. Enjoy!


Friday, December 15, 2023

Thursday, December 14, 2023

Movie Review

I'm running late this morning. I found this movie review to be very interesting to say the least:

Wednesday, December 13, 2023

The dreaded email...

I didn't get the job. The dreaded email showed up in my inbox this morning. You know the one, that says, “we've decided to move forward with other candidates”. I've seen them plenty of times before in my life.

You might think that the great interview, the prayer in the parking lot and the fear not sign were all confirmations I was getting the job. They were confirmations. Just not for that. Just ways of letting me know that the Lord is and will continue to, look out for me and not to be in fear for the future.

I kinda knew I wasn't getting the job on Monday when I didn't hear from them. I'm still glad that the interview went really well and it was good practice.

For some reason it reminds me of a story. God rescued the children of Israel (not to be confused with the fake one doing horrendous things in the middle east) from 400 years of slavery. He gave them water from a rock and manna from heaven, but they still bitched about the fact that they didn't have any leeks or onions like they did back in Egypt. I can see why it may have pissed God off.

I actually have some onions in my fridge right now, and I don't normally have any use for leeks. Today, all my needs are met. Even though we are not supposed to give any thought for tomorrow, I'm pretty sure I am set for tomorrow as well.

It's all good. Take care out there.

Tuesday, December 12, 2023

Silence is Not Golden

Last year, when I had to get an expensive new AC compressor on the car, the shop that fixed it reset the car stereo. I don't know who's bright idea it was to require you to enter a code to get the radio back. I even have the original owner's manual for the car – but of course the required code is no where to be found in it. So while I now have a running car with air conditioning, I no longer have a radio.

Now, instead of having a relaxing drive into town, rocking out to the local station, I'm alone with my thoughts. I'm driving into town to do some creative financing. Taking money from one account, depositing it into my husband's account so that I can make the payment on the first account (or something to that effect). I know, it's bad. I'm bad. For years I was debt-free and somehow, through a series of unfortunate events, I ended up in the mess I'm in. It was always emergencies that kept coming up just when I thought I was finally catching up.

I'm also thinking that I haven't heard back from the job yet and it bothers me. I'm going to need a paycheck soon because this creative financing thing is not (and I hate to use this word) sustainable. These things are going through my mind as I pass the Lutheran Church on Buckeye Avenue. There was nothing on their leader board except two words.

Fear Not.

I started to laugh. Ok, Lord. Thanks for the reminder. It's all good.

Take care out there.


Monday, December 11, 2023

Los Tres Chiflados

I've been staying away from the news as much as possible, but somehow the ridiculous keeps sucking me back in.

Some history – Tucker Carlson (champion of truth) interviews Elon Musk in a two part series, letting conservative normies everywhere know that Elon is the new rising star. He is going to be the new free speech advocate in everything but especially on the platform formerly known as Twitter.

Tucker Carlson interviews Alex Jones and everybody everywhere says it is a “must see” interview. (To be honest, I didn't to watch it. But I'm sure it was chock full of bombshell truths.)

Elon Musk reinstates Alex Jones X account completing the circle. All is now right with the world.

The fact that all three are hard core CIA assets and part of the big club that you ain't in, is lost on the public. But, that's ok. We all gotta cheer for our team somehow.


In other news, hoping to hear something on the job front today. Will let you know.

Take care out there.


Sunday, December 10, 2023

Sunday Music: Don Henley

Have a good Sunday!

Bonus video:

Friday, December 8, 2023

Uh, No Thanks

The title on this video is Your Soul Needs DEW

Am I the only one creeped out by this? Anyway, I stopped drinking Mountain Dew a long time ago.

Here are some other links I read this week that were really good:

Induced Schizophrenia

COP28: The Globalist Agenda Has Never Been More Obvious

Hope you all have a good weekend. See you on Sunday!

Thursday, December 7, 2023

An Excellent Day

The American flags are gone on Buckeye Avenue. In their place are metal snowflakes, candy canes and tin soldiers with twinkling white lights. It is frigid out and the heater in the car doesn't feel like working just yet. I'm early for my interview and was going to wait in the car, but it is too cold. I decide to wait in the building.

The interview was one of the best interviews I've ever had in my life. Not going to say where, but it's in town, easy to get to, and the starting wage is respectable considering the rural area. I think I have a really good chance of getting the job and should hear either way on Monday.

Afterwards, I stop at the store. I've been shopping there every week for over two years and know all the checkers. I feel at home here. The checker asked me how my day was going. I told her I just had an excellent 2nd interview and I'm hoping I get the job. Both the checker and the woman who was bagging the groceries got excited and chatted along telling me that they hope I get the job. It was sweet.

The woman who bagged my groceries pushed the cart to my car and started unloading them into the backseat. She told me how she had gotten this job at the grocery store and really loved it. She said that she would pray for me to get the job. I said, “Thank you, that would be great!”

Then the most unbelievable thing happened. She put her arm around my shoulder and her head against mine and started praying right there in the grocery store parking lot, “Dear Heavenly Father...” she prayed. I was so surprised that I didn't hear the rest of her prayer, but I know she was praying for me to get the job. I whispered, “Thank you so much.” She smiled and took the cart back into the store.

I was very touched by how sweet the whole situation was and may have cried a little on the way home. I feel that God must have inspired her to pray just then and it really made my day.

Even the grocery store sushi I picked up was super fresh and tasty. It was an all around excellent day. Thank you God.

Take care out there!

Wednesday, December 6, 2023

2nd Interview

2nd interviews are usually a good sign, but I don't want to count my chickens before they hatch if you know what I mean. I'm sure my interview will be something like this:

Anyway, I'll let you know how it goes. Take care out there.

Tuesday, December 5, 2023

How to Spot Fake Stories

We are in the midst of a very serious, international, informational war. Some of us know about the war, and some of us are oblivious. All of the information we do have is funneled through the same few sources, owned and operated by the enemy, against the public, which is then picked up by the alt media and spread around.

The first rule – in how to spot a fake story is to Question Everything

The key is to pick the story apart – questioning every detail.

I'm going to use the recent feel good story out of India as an example:

MIRACULOUS RESCUE: When All Machines Fail, Indian ‘Rat Miners’ Dig Non-Stop for 26 Hours WITH HAND TOOLS To Free 41 Workers Trapped in a Collapsed Tunnel

First off, the picture

Don't just look at the main part of the picture, but also check the background and see if there is anything unusual such as numbers or things that look out of place. 

Most of the minors are wearing orange. Orange is the only color that equals 33 in gematria. But, they could be standard issue uniforms. Several of the members are raising their fists. According to Wikipedia, the raised fistis a common symbol representing a wide range of political ideologies, most notably socialism, communism, anarchism, and trade unionism, and can also be used as a salute expressing unity, strength, or resistance.” So could mean anything or nothing. Moving on.

Repeating number 41

41 people were rescued in this story. 41 is the 13th prime number. It is a very interesting factoid (that I learned during my research) that the number 41 comes up every so often in relation to rescues. For example:

From earlier in 2023:

Italy probes a migrant boat disaster that left 41 feared dead. Four survivors tell a harrowing tale

4 rescued after 41-foot cabin cruiser begins to sink in Boston Harbor


Lakewood Dog Warden rescues dozens of dogs in extreme hoarding conditions – (41 dogs rescued)


41 Children, Including Newborn, Among 244 Migrants Rescued by Italian Coast Guard


Turkey Ends Rescue Efforts After Earthquake Toll Reaches 41


41 Dogs & Cats Rescued From Repeat Hoarder

(Anyway, you get the picture.)


It took 17 days before the minors were rescued. The wait was 17 days. 17 = Q = Psyop. I learned that one the hard way. There are still people out there waiting for that 17th letter of the alphabet to come save them.

Age 33

The number 33 is a Master Mason number and a high occult number. The spokesman for the group of “rat minors” that saved everyone was Munna Qureshi, aged 33. I'm sorry, but there is no way that every hero or villain in every story is aged 33. I'm at the point now that if I see the age 33 in any story, I know it is fake, stop reading and move on.


There is more that could be unpacked in this article (the amount of twelves for example) but that should be enough to get you started.

Take care out there.

Monday, December 4, 2023


I have a job interview this morning. I'm excited yet nervous. I suck at interviews. I once went on 40 job interviews in a row and didn't get hired at any of them, then got offered a job without an interview. Funny how these things work out. Please pray for me today.

Take care out there.

Sunday, December 3, 2023

Sunday Music: Moody Blues

Happy Sunday everyone! Again I have to give extexanwannabe credit for today's picks. He posted Tuesday Afternoon on his blog a while back so I decided to see what else the Moody Blues had out there. Enjoy!


Friday, December 1, 2023

Quiet Week

It was a relatively quiet week. I don't have any links for you today. I do, however, have a job interview on Monday. So good news. We shall see how it goes. Here are some ferrets to amuse you. Have a great weekend, see you on Sunday.