Baseball games are fun, inflation is not. The Maui electric company says that they din’t start the fire, which makes us wonder who did? Was Lahaina a soft Kill Box? Government control during emergencies never seems to actually help. Are lock downs coming again? Tune in as we share our personal views and concerns about these issues.
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AI Generated Show Notes:
In this episode, my co-host Andrew Hoffman and I start off by sharing our exciting experience at a baseball game in Oklahoma City. We were fortunate enough to get VIP treatment and amazing seats behind home plate, courtesy of a kind lady with season tickets for 25 years. We also discuss our not-so-pleasant trip to a game in Detroit, where we encountered overpriced everything and learned about the less-than-ideal behavior of legendary outfield player Ty Cobb.
Shifting gears, we dive into a discussion about environmental hazards. We highlight the mishandling of radioactive material and the improper disposal of vinyl chloride, expressing concerns about bioaccumulation and the dangers of ingesting radioactive substances through the food chain. We also explore the manipulation of media by intelligence agencies, specifically mentioning instances where the CIA and Pentagon lied about the use of poison gas in Syria. We reference Tucker Carlson’s interview on this topic and examine the influence of defense and intelligence analysts in the media.
Taking a brief detour, we touch on the topic of aliens and government suppression of information. This leads us into a conversation about intelligence agencies and their involvement in election rigging. We express concerns about their unchecked power, the lack of oversight, and even bring up the controversial CIA involvement in the assassination of a US president. In a more lighthearted moment, we briefly discuss the use of gold foil in the moon landing and delve into satellite technology.
Moving on, we discuss the power line fire in Maui and raise suspicions about Hawaiian Electric’s involvement. We question the official story and express our concerns about the lack of help and support for those affected by disasters. In a related context, we mention the term “kill box” and its origin during the Gulf War, where it was used to divide the theater of war and minimize American casualties.
As the conversation progresses, we touch on the possibility of a totalitarian government taking control and manipulating communication channels during emergencies. We express concerns about the potential disablement of communications and the occurrence of various forms of violence, including shootings and the exploitation of natural disasters. We also briefly discuss climate change and how it could be used to restrict people’s movements.
Adding to the conversation, we highlight the negative impact of COVID-19 restrictions, specifically the isolation faced by elderly care facilities and hospitals. We also mention the potential misuse of masks in human trafficking. Finally, we discuss the resurgence of COVID-19 cases and the possibility of future lockdowns, expressing a degree of skepticism about the true motivations behind such measures.
Throughout this episode, Andrew and I share our personal views on these various topics and express our concerns about the actions of government agencies.