In a comment below I went off on Joe Biden, calling him a psychopath. I was waxing profound, I suppose, but the truth is I have no way of knowing this about Biden without getting close to him. All that I know is this: He creeps me out. The man to the right does not look at all 77 years of age. Further, I know he was balding as a young man, and had hair plugs inserted, and they were obvious. All in all, I take the current version of Joe Biden to be an extreme makeover. Look at the youthful skin! He must be subject to treatments to keep him that young, as makeup can only do so much. He doesn’t even have crow’s feet. I can only surmise that he does not partake in regular American allopathic medicine.
I also wondered about Super Tuesday in which Biden “won” ten of twelve primaries. I don’t imagine they count votes, so I took that to mean that the controllers had decided to bag the campaign and give it to Biden. I am projecting, of course, as he generates zero excitement in me with that big smile and insincere manner around women and children. I cannot imagine that voters took a shine to him, finally, after two previous campaigns where he did not come close. As I like to say, before election is selection, and Biden was selected.
I gathered from this that Biden is the chosen one, and it gets creepier still. Here is a comment from Black Flag that sent shivers down my spine. Apparently in one of the debates Biden had referred to a coming “Dark Winter,” probably scripted. BF referred us to this scenario, from summer of 2001, wherein there was a simulated bio-warfare attack on the United States, done to test responses. Biden’s use of the term might refer to the next rollout of SARS-Cov-2, the fake virus that has been used to imprison us, bankrupt small businesses, destroy our rights, and humiliate us.
What to make of it? Only this: Fear is getting to me too. I’ve got to stop this kind of thinking. There are things in my life I can control, but not most things. I cannot stop what they are doing, and no lawsuit can either.
Honestly, I did not know what I was going to write when I sat down here, but it became obvious to me as wrote that I was in a state of fear. That is what needs to stop, now. The poem below, which I thought was only the first four lines used by the AA crowd, is apropos.
God, grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change,
the courage to change the things I can,
and the wisdom to know the difference.
Living one day at a time,
enjoying one moment at a time;
accepting hardship as a pathway to peace;
taking, as Jesus did,
this sinful world as it is,
not as I would have it;
trusting that You will make all things right
if I surrender to Your will;
so that I may be reasonably happy in this life
and supremely happy with You forever in the next.
Amen, indeed. [Afterthought … Niebuhr resonates with me, and I have a couple of his books on my shelf. However, I am not Christian, don’t buy into Jesus, but have respect for those who choose to take respite and refuge in that source. No harm done.]
Incidentally, I found this article about psychopaths fascinating. The author gets it wrong in the opening paragraph, using Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy Jr. as examples. Mathis did a good job of outing the Bundy affair. (Hint: Bundy escapes from jail twice! That does not happen.) (See link.) Also note, which I did not know, that Gacy was said to have murdered 33 boys. That’s a tell. From the second paragraph forward, I found it very insightful.