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Quit Sticking Your Finger in the Light Socket: Continued Lessons in the Illusion of Choice and the Perpetuity of Institutional Preservation

The lessons in the illusion of choice, which is a driving force behind the perpetuity of institutional preservation, continue to be downloaded into the minds of the American public through the elections of 2021 and just as if 2018 and 2020 never happened; at least outside of the official narrative, which reads more bizarrely than any good movie script to be found these days. It’s as if the Speaker of the House didn’t execute an operation to entrap and politically imprison a sliver of a fragment from the majority segment of the U.S. population. A sliver that wasn’t wise enough to see the entrapping danger lying before it. In gray and effectively functioning in the undercurrent and away from such environments is a much better option.

This idea that somehow we just forget about 2020 and “Get out and vote!” in 2021 without first remedying the irrefutably stolen 2020 election is a flawed one. It’s as flawed as repeatedly sticking your finger in the light socket expecting not to get shocked each time. Allow me to explain and demonstrate exactly how this is and with old and new evidence in support.

As it stands, we’re now essentially the United States of Venezuela; a banana republic so bad that all of the good banana republics are laughing at us. Our elections equate to an exercise of fools playing a fool’s game to experience a kabuki theater-style presentation introducing the next people to rule over us. Anyone thinking that fair elections, democracy, a constitutional republic or any of the rest of what we call America still exists in our current form has one foot in the fool’s pool. Those things we cherish so much will only return when enough of us join the rest of us who have already begun the fight to get them back.

Here’s the simplest way to understand why there still isn’t a sufficient threshold of us willing to assume personal risk and draw a line to literally stand tall and fight for what is right. For clarity and context, social media engagement isn’t fighting. Neither is wearing a mask. Neither is getting a vaccine and lifetime boosters. Neither is anything that isn’t flat-out refusal to participate in any part of the pandemic while actively demanding and expiring all avenues to bring it all abruptly to an end. Anything short of that isn’t fighting and makes a person a part of the problem rather than the solution. Yes, being knowledgeable but passive makes one dead weight and dead weight is fatal in war. It’s analogous to World War II era Nazi Germany when good people stood idly by and watched evil manifest unfettered.

It’s a war for the mind.

To the point, here’s the simplest way to put it. You either know what is being done to you or you know something different that is more importantly, not accurate. Too many Americans have no idea what is being done to them and they brand crazy those offering the truth. This is paradoxically defeating and will remain so until the remedy occurs, which is the effective and widespread dissemination of good information to gain ground in this war for the mind.

Let’s start with fundamental components, shall we?

To begin and this is old fodder but it bears repeating, there is no two-party system and there are no “Democrats” and “Republicans” aside from the illusion of difference. George Carlin said it best – it’s all one big club and you ain’t in it. Until this single truth is reconciled, the full truth can never be attained. Accurate lenses are important. Thankfully, lenses are adjustable and interchangeable.

Another fundamental is that investigations are opened for one of two reasons – to cover and conceal evidence and crimes or to expose and prosecute the same.

Why are we vectoring onto investigations relative to 2021 elections and why is the conversation going to be steered to the impotent Durham investigation? It’s because I’m going to unravel the New Jersey and Virginia elections with direct threads to Durham and demonstrate it all with evidence of the positions put forth.

Continuing with the fundamentals, controlled opposition is critical in politics just as it is in legacy media. Simply ask Tucker Carlson because he’s the perfect example. Tucker’s reporting looks good, sounds good and even feels good to the extent that known crimes and corruption are actually seeing some daylight; however, Tucker’s reporting is controlled opposition.

When is the last time Tucker reported on something in a timely way and whereby something consequential derived from it? I rest my case while tossing his friendly Hunter Biden correspondence into the hat along with other Comet and non-Comet peculiarities anyone can run down.

Controlled opposition is a critical function of institutional preservation because for corrupt and criminal institutions to remain viable, they must have some substantial fat on which the detractors, critics and opponents can chew. This keeps their mouths full and occupied. All by design and all highly effective.

The last fundamental component here is the dynamic of a criminal enterprise that has manipulated election outcomes for years and whether it is a viable concept for that enterprise to have made a similar errant decision in 2021 to the ones made in 2016; and which permitted President Trump to intercede on their process and secure a legitimate victory. They never expected Hillary to lose.

Enter the New Jersey and Virginia governor’s races where the fools were out playing a fool’s game and sticking their fingers in the light socket with the expectation of an outcome other than being shocked.

We start with New Jersey where the new was the old and the old is the same. In short and noting that 56 voting machines were drawn into question respective to the 113,000 votes that Democrat incumbent Phil Murphy happened to “find” after falling behind, consider,

After the polls closed in New Jersey on Tuesday evening, stunned political pundits watched GOP candidate Jack Ciattarelli take the lead in the governor’s race against the incumbent Democrat Governor Phil Murphy. Then, on Wednesday morning, after Americans watched coverage of the election showing Ciattarelli flipping traditionally blue counties to red and picking up significantly more votes in red counties than in previous elections, something curious happened—with almost 100% of red counties reporting their votes, election results from Democrat stronghold counties began to trickle in, and Murphy began to take a negligible lead. As the day wore on, more blue counties reported their results, and like magic, Murphy got just enough votes to be declared the winner.

Patty McMurray

It’s amazing what can happen overnight once the polls have closed and Americans have gone to bed.

With New Jersey stolen using the same 2020 blueprint, let’s turn our attention to the big “win” in Virginia. Unraveling Virginia as a “win” won’t take long. Here’s your lens – Youngkin is controlled opposition from Carlin’s party that you, me and everyone else is not in. With an incumbent that has viability concerns, rest assured that the power brokers in the backdrop lost no step with the “election” of Glenn Youngkin.

Allow the unraveling to begin. Youngkin spent 25 years at the Carlyle Group.

This is how the Carlyle Group bears down with importance as sourced from a mid-November 2020 article.

Former Attorney General William Barr ties to Dominion Voting Systems through Kirkland & Ellis. After serving as AG to George H.W. Bush, Barr returned to the private sector and I outlined his background in the All Holds Barred article wherein we learned that Barr had returned to work at Kirkland & Ellis in 2017. This was at the time of the Staple Street acquisition of Dominion Voting Systems.

It’s Kirkland & Ellis that binds Barr to Dominion Voting Systems as the firm guided its acquisition by Staple Street Capital during the time Barr was there and before he left the firm to return to the DOJ for a second stint as AG for President Donald J. Trump.

The Staple Street Capital acquisition included the intellectual property in 18 patents containing the proprietary knowledge necessary to remotely hack an election and alter the outcome. This acquisition put those capabilities into the hands of China in October before the election.

Now consider that Staple Street Capital was founded by the Carlyle Group. As GNEWS put it,

Staple Street Capital is a private equity firm founded in 2009 based in New York. The co-founders Stephen D. Owens and Hootan Yaghoobzadeh are veterans of The Carlyle Group and Cerberus Capital Management, also the Board members of Dominion Voting. The official website of Staple Street Capital has deleted the team introduction.

Here is what we know about the Carlyle Group and again, from GNEWS, “The Carlyle Group is an American multinational private equity, alternative asset management and financial services corporation, with more than $203 billion in assets under management across 126 funds and 139 fund of funds vehicles.

In April 2003, it was reported that the Carlyle Group is managed by a team of former US Government personnel including its president Frank Carlucci, former deputy director of the CIA before becoming Defence Secretary. His deputy is James Baker III, who was US Secretary of State under George Bush senior. The financial assets of the Saudi Binladen Corporation (SBC) are also managed by the Carlyle Group. The Bin Laden family liquidated its holdings in Carlyle’s funds in October 2001, just after the September 11 attacks, when the connection of their family name to the Carlyle Group’s name became impolitic.

Many influential characters have worked for or invested in the group, including John Major, former UK Prime Minister;Fidel Ramos, former Philippines President; Park Tae Joon, former South Korean Prime Minister; Saudi Prince Al-Walid; Colin Powell, former Secretary of State; James Baker III, former Secretary of State; Caspar Weinberger, former Defense Secretary; Richard Darman, former White House Budget Director; the billionaire George Soros, and some bin Laden family members. You can add Alice Albright, daughter of Madeleine Albright, former Secretary of State; Arthur Lewitt, former SEC head; William Kennard, former head of the FCC, to this list. Finally, add in the Europeans: Karl Otto Pöhl, former Bundesbank president; Henri Martre, former president of Aerospatiale; and Bilderberg steering committee member Etienne Davignon.

We can notice that in 2009, the former director of Carlyle founded Staple Street Capital, and William Kennard who is an Executive Board Member of Staple Street nominated as ambassador to the EU by Barack Obama in 2009. This may be related to Obama, and the Carlyle Group is accused of being related to the Bush family, which also reveals why Bush supports the Obama Biden administration.


Youngkin spent 25 years at The Carlyle Group.

If that single line above doesn’t suffice as a definitive unraveling of the win, I have you covered. This more recent and recapitulating article contains a wealth of work and links to other items covering Barr and all of the entanglements that envelop The Carlyle Group. It provides a trove of work that expands on and further evidences why Youngkin’s win was anything but a win and rather more like a shift to controlled opposition to keep on trucking and chewing on the same old fat.

Now, let’s circle back to Durham. Who appointed him? Barr? Yes.

Here’s the translation – Durham is the clean-up operation. He’s tasked for low-hanging fruit, ancillary targets and process crimes. Relative to Barr and Barr’s entanglements, now you know why and at the same time and with the same evidence, we eviscerate a “win.” What does that tell you about the reliability of the information? It’s water-tight with such alignment.

Here’s the evidence for it and it’s found in an old expression – money talks and bullshit walks. Consider this.

Sussmann was a Clinesmith and Danchenko is a deflection point that doesn’t matter until someone who does matter is arrested. The money allocated to Durham and Barr’s entangled impact says it’s never going to happen and that aligns perfectly with our continued lesson on institutional preservation and the illusion of choice that fuels it.

Durham is clean-up and Younkin is anything but a win.

America, for the sake of us all, quit sticking your finger in the light socket.



  1. Me November 6, 2021

    Quit bitching and do something useful like running for Congress to help change our situation.

    • Political Moonshine Post author | February 26, 2022

      So, like the federal grand jury petition we just filed in the 9th circuit two days ago that stands up and fights back for all Americans? Perhaps curb your enthusiasm to sling mud at the few who are actually risking everything to fight for YOU and everyone else.

  2. Silver Sunday November 6, 2021

    I don’t live in VA, Bannon’s War Room had moms on all the time about school boards, CRT, Sex Ed for Kindergarteners…they are rightly fired up, all,of a sudden I heard about Youngkin and he sounded great. I knew McCaulife was a bagman for the Clintons. When I heard the name Carlyle, I made no connection and assumed he was a CEO who was “as he said” moved. Day after the election, I started looking and was furious.
    Anyway, here is something, not sure you have seen this.
    The Carlyle Connection…Documentary from 2009

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