A Personal Comment On Comments

Howdy, everyone. I hope and trust that folks were able to make Thanksgiving an enjoyable one with friends and family and that this finds you and yours well. My purpose here is really just to say, thank you. Thank you for taking or making time to consider long-developed perspectives offered in light of the never ending unfolding of new information and as assembled imperfectly, but with much care, attention and time given to thoroughness, objectivity with concessions on personal bias, and accuracy.

For a very long time we’ve routinely discussed an exclusively converged political continuum devised to undo a legitimate election, unseat a legitimate president and steal a second election as designed by traitors at all levels government across this nation and in conjunction with China, the CCP, Iran, Russia, Venezuela, Cuba and more; including some allies. That converged continuum is comprised of Flynn, Russia, Mueller, Ukraine, COVID-19, riots/domestic terrorism, engineered race war and, now, a stolen election. This is old news for us, isn’t it?

Keeping in mind that the “pandemic” first broke 27 Dec 19 – a news story I just happened to catch in real time – the initial push for Political Moonshine began 01 Jan 20 and included opening our Twitter account and some others. The purpose was only to share with you our work and findings and specifically, that we believed COVID-19 to be fraudulent. That still remains our purpose.

The road to this point hasn’t been easy for myriad reasons; has taken a toll; has challenged personal, professional and familial relationships; and is mired in the frustration of complete suppression by social media platforms; those platforms being the only real way to reach people with our work. It’s a constant feeling of working your absolute hardest to have the best race car but never being allowed to leave the starting line. On the plus side, it makes all of you a small cohort of privileged folks who received good information that no one else had. Broken glass, half full, I suppose.

Here’s where things have gotten lately. I routinely reference sources and I do so with full fidelity and I will share with you that razor thin margins in just the right places has led to the confirmation of long-held suspicions. Those suspicions are that everything is being monitored and has been for a long time, as best I can tell; and presumably by both good and bad actors.

Recall, that as our positions developed in all of this, I routinely scoured the information landscape looking for similar or competing theories. There were none. There are none. I looked over and over and no one was asserting what we put down. Our work stood alone. Very alone. Then, on the back end of the Flynn/McInerney interview on Friday, it all largely proved true. That’s important for what follows and what follows is but one incident of several.

Just the other day while communicating with an individual in one electronic capacity, we agreed to move it to email. Over the next several minutes I would send three consecutive emails that resulted in this individual being locked out of the individual’s account at the same precise time I sent the emails. This was verified by me forwarding sent notifications with timestamps.

After getting assistance from the platform, the emails were retrieved from the trash and were being read. Then and in real time, those emails vanished – poof, gone, disappeared, Arkancided, whatever you care to call it. They were removed from the individual’s account in all ways and permanently. The content and genesis of the emails is both the likely cause and the likely explanation and I’ll just leave it at that.

But that’s where it is now. Remember, I’m just a regular dude. This is, or perhaps was, a hobby. I think that’s what makes this so difficult for friends and family to understand – regular dude’s don’t get caught-up like I’m stating and therefore, I become the “crazy” one. They fail to understand relationships and razor thin margins and I’ll just leave it at that.

All of that is shared just to give you a little bit of perspective on the view from this end. So, please know that I’m appreciative of folks stopping by to read. Therefore, when you take further time to comment, I always try to make time to read all of them and reply as best I can. That said, there is a bunch of them waiting for me and please know I’m not neglecting them. Rather, this has all been a long way of letting you know that once things settle down and the work slows, I’ll do my best to get back to all of you. So thank you and earnestly so.

Two things before I go. First, I’m AWFUL at proofing my own stuff so I apologize for typos and errors. Secondly, if you believe the work here to be credible and worthy of sharing, please considering doing just that – sharing it. We’ll take all the help we can get in disseminating our work and the truth.

Thank you and Godspeed.

PM

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5 Thoughts to “A Personal Comment On Comments”

  1. singularzoe

    Wow. Can’t believe those emails went poof. Appreciate your perspective so much. I only recently learned about your blog. Thank you so much for what you do. I think the disappearing emails are an attempt to intimidate.

  2. Taffy53

    I sincerely appreciate your efforts, relate to being considered misunderstood in family and personal relationships, and I wish you all the best.

    RE Typos: I’ve done a lot of writing, some professionally, some for my own pleasure and some on comment sites. I know from my own experience how easy it is to miss a typo. I especially dislike those that occur when the eye sees what the mind expects to find. I appreciate you mentioning that you know some typos exist, but I would never fault you for that. The content means everything and, beyond making sure of what you meant to say, a few misspelled words are not worth taking note of.

  3. Lena Potts

    I also really appreciate what you are doing. And like you I am considered somewhat of a nutcase by friends and family. Politics and all that goes with it has consumed me. I find it fascinating and also abhorrent to say the least. It is very difficult to explain all that is going on to people who don’t follow it or take an interest in it. Sometimes it does make us sound like conspiracy theorists. I pray for our country and for all patriots such as yourself who are trying to connect the dots in this world-wide web of evil that is trying to steal our freedoms and rights. It’s really distressing to think that all the crimes will go unpunished. God speed!

  4. EJS

    I can relate to being identified as crazy, but we are not alone. There is a mass awakening happening, we are just a little further along. I am not seen as crazy so much any more, I have many people who now ask me what I think is going on. Because of sites like yours and many others we are way ahead of the curve. The people being awake and aware is what they fear because then they loose control. I comment because I can relate and see what you are seeing. I have an unwavering belief in what the founding of this nation represents. We have reached a point where its time to choose a side and take action, whatever action we are able to provide to support the cause. I can’t tell you how many people I had to tell to get a grip and stand firm after the election. I told a lot of them to think of the young men who faced off against the most formidable military of its time 240 years ago, think of how they felt. The young men who fought for the founding of this nation. Its our time now and for most of us the battle will be information on a digital battlefield. We are winning, keep up the outstanding work, you are admired, respected and appreciated!

  5. Pygmy Pachyderm

    I’ve been reading your work since May, shortly after the DOJ moved to drop Flynn’s case. Your work made “Notables” one day, and I’ve been an avid reader ever since. Seeing an email from you is like hearing from a friend whom just so happens to be better at finding the pulse of all this better than I. You may be just “some dude,” but I’d like to shake your hand and buy you a bourbon. Neat, of course.

    A little aside: Being seen as crazy conspiracy theorists seems minor compared to what the signers of the Declaration of Independence endured in their fight against tyranny. I was directed to this one late night, also from Notables. History class certainly never teaches you this part of the story. http://www.alamoministries.com/content/english/newsreleases/paulharvey.html

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