The Cold Reality of the Immortal Regime

Forever War

This is the story. This is what matters. This is the garden to dig in. A major review of the CIA was to be completed on January 5. The review was necessary to justify an end to the war in Afghanistan. That very same review is likely responsible for forcing President Biden’s will to begrudgingly announce a complete withdrawal by September 11, 2021.

President Trump, much like the late JFK, was seemingly planning on dismantling the military industrial complex, by crippling the ability of the CIA to continue profiting from clandestine sources of revenue, with the support of the DOD. Prior to his untimely assassination, JFK boldly threatened to “splinter the C.I.A. in a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds”. As we all know, that never happened. As part of Trump’s ordered review, the CIA was to turn in it’s “toys”, and not to expect any more support from the pentagon. This was slated to occur on January 5. On January 4, major design changes to the CIA crest were publicized. No longer was “United States of America” part of the logo. There was widespread laughter across the innerwebs. Some of us saw what was likely to come. Some of us tried to warn people, but the regime saw all.

Then…..unexpectedly to most observers, January 6 happened. As rioters, protesters, and journalists poured into the US Capitol, objections to the certification of the electoral college came to an immediate halt. After the mayhem, members of Congress who had previously announced their intent to object, suddenly found themselves in a position where the only course of action was to certify the results of an election they had derided as fraudulent, just hours before. As a result, there was to be no more discussion about whether or not the election results had been fraudulent. Those who dared to suggest that President Biden’s victory was illegitimate were decried by the mainstream media as being “dangerous insurrectionists”.

On January 7, an explanation for the design change began to emerge. Surely, this is all coincidental, but I can’t help but ponder the line from the 2006 film “The Good Shepherd”, spoken by the character Richard Hayes (Based on Richard Helms). Richard Hayes: “I remember a senator once asked me. When we talk about “CIA” why we never use the word “the” in front of it. And I asked him, do you put the word “the” in front of “God”?”

When an agency becomes so powerful that they mistake themselves to be God, what makes any of us think that they’ve not risen above the lowly stars of the nation which commissioned their very existence? What makes us think they would so easily relinquish their hard won grasp on the levers of power?

As an audit of the 2020 election is finally begun in Maricopa County, and calls to take similar action in other contested counties continue to be faintly heard, it important to understand a very ugly reality. The United States of America ceased to exist on January 6, and the immortal regime continues to determine our direction, from their place in the driver’s seat.

*Shawn Bradley Witzemann aka Krampusnatch is an independent journalist and satirist. As owner of Tribune Media International LLC, Mr. Witzemann has been integral to multiple journalistic endeavors, both satirical and factual, over the last 4 years. Most notable among these are “The Armenian Council for Truth in Journalism” broadcast, Denver Tribune, and Farmington Tribune. Mr. Witzemann was deeply involved in livestream coverage of BLM protests in Denver and Portland, and also traveled to Atlanta, Phoenix, and Washington, DC to cover the aftermath of the 2020 Presidential Election. Mr. Witzemann’s coverage of the events of January 6th has unfortunately resulted in him being charged by the Justice Department. The charging documents, as well as the statement of facts associated with the case, can be found here: WITZEMANN, Shawn Bradley | USAO-DC | Department of Justice Contributions to Mr. Witzemann’s continuing work and ongoing legal defense are welcome, and can be made at, Shawn Witzemann Legal Fund | Freedom Stream TV, as well as his PayPal and CashApp @krampusnatch.

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Information Overload and How to Keep from Exploding

Andrew Maxwell is an Oregon based web designer and developer for Heka Interactive, LLC. This is the part of a series (I hope) of guest posts on the Exa-flood of data and how best to manage it. These are great tips to take with you into 2011.

“Every two days now we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003.”

These are words spoken by Eric Schmitt, CEO of Google.

Information has always been a valuable subject since the first cave paintings thousands of years ago. Man has always had a thing about sharing and storing information, and today is no exception. Our lives have moved into a digital world and we are creating information at an astonishing rate. Our world has changed, now here’s how to manage it.

Stats: Information that we consume and create:

Ways to Eliminate Content Overload:

  • Narrow down the sites that you consume each day – Eliminating content that you don’t need will help get you focused and make the content that you do need more important
  • Eliminate time wasting activities – Remove games that you have to check multiple times a day or must see videos. After a few days without them you will realize that you never needed them in the first place.
  • Use a RSS Reader – A lot of time is wasted by visiting sites numerous times a day just to check for a status update, a new post, or news. Using a RSS reader will make it possible for those updates, posts and news to come to you. Now instead of visiting 5-50 sites, you just have to check one.
  • Set time limits when using social media – I myself even fail on this one at times, but setting a time limit when using Facebook, Buzz or Twitter will help you get back to what really matters… Your life.
  • Use cloud based services – Using cloud based (aka web based) services like documents, email, calendar and photo storage will allow having your information available everywhere you are. If you use a web based email and calendar client than you can remove yourself from constant interruption’s by new emails or calendar updates, simply by closing the browser tab.

Tools to use to manage your digital life:

  • Notes – Evernote is great for notes. It is simple and is available on various devices; Web, Windows, Mac, Android, Apple iPhone, iPad, the list goes on. Evernote is available where ever you are.
  • Office Documents – Google Docs is the perfect companion to work life. Google docs allows you to work in the cloud as mentioned above, but it also has a few benefits; Constant backup of your documents as you work on them, instant collaboration with co-workers or family and friends, security. You don’t have to worry about losing a thumb drive or laptop, all of your information is available online.
  • Website Feeds – Google Reader is perfect for collecting and managing your online feeds aka RSS feeds. Google Reader is cloud based and free so you never have to worry about buying or upgrading software. Google Reader also connects to many other services for added flexibility of your RSS feeds.
  • File backup and storage – Even though I mentioned above that working in the cloud will help eliminate content overload, sometimes you just can’t get away from having files stores on your computer. SugarSync is a cloud based storage solution. It will allow you to backup your files from your computer into the cloud so that they are accessible from anywhere that you have a web connection.
  • Email and Contacts – Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo Mail.
  • Calendar – Google Calendar, Yahoo Calendar.
  • Tasks – Evernote, Remember The Milk, Google Tasks.

Simple Steps:

Don’t stress yourself out by trying to employ all of these techniques, choose a few and stick with it, you will see that it will help you manage your life. If after a while you want more control try adding another technique, rinse and repeat until you are happy with your digital content and you have gained your life back.

Here is the video of Eric Schmitt speaking my opening statement –

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