Distrust of the government and the media is now at an all-time high, which is no surprise when you think about it. I’ve noticed a trend among those whose jobs are people who regularly follow the news and report heavily on government oversight and accountability.
One such trend is that investigations and reports often fizzle out without any real action being taken, only to be dumped with the Friday night trash or simply forgotten by the media and the public.
So the recent missile attack on Poland Leaving the world teetering on the brink of World War III Makes me think it might be time to dig up some old investigations and see what happened to them.
So grab a drink and relax because we’re about to travel down Recent Memory Lane. But first, in the spirit of war, let’s take a look at the Nordstream 2 explosion.
— Mick Wallace (@wallacemick) November 16, 2022
Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, the world has waited with bated breath for when the war would spread to the rest of Europe, prompting a more active role for the United States.
Back in September, the explosion that rocked the Nordstream 2 pipeline had many around the world wondering if this was the start of a war leak.
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The international community seized the opportunity to blame Russia, because after all they are “bad guys”. However, some argue that this assumption is meaningless given the negative impact that destroying the pipeline would have on Russia and greater Europe.
So theories started swirling that maybe the US or another NATO country was trying to undermine Russia on the main stage. Some even said it could be Ukraine trying to pull the world deeper into the fight.
Today, in November, we still have no way of determining who damaged the pipeline.Denmark, Sweden and Germany are investigate the attack And kept tight-lipped about what they found.
While the odds are high that it’s Russia, the lack of answers doesn’t quell alternative theories. Plus, with mainstream media blaming Russia for a missile launch that killed two Poles in Poland, all signs point to Ukraine not firing; no wonder support for the war is waning.
Outbreak: The Western media was forced to admit that it was at fault, not Russia.
Maybe it’s time to revisit those Nord Stream pipe explosions? pic.twitter.com/l4EDdgCLO9
— Jonathan Cook (@Jonathan_K_Cook) November 16, 2022
Head of Racist Diversity
Now from the not-so-distant past, another blast from Kelisa Wing, director of diversity for the Department of Defense’s educational activities.Earlier this year, it was discovered that the Pentagon’s education division’s diversity chief was in charge of the Department of Defense tweets Anti-white sentiment.
In addition to her divisive tweets, she was also found to be the author of a collection of children’s books aimed at educating children about their white privilege and the need to defund the police.we can’t forget her discovery recommended a book Calling 9/11 first responders inhumane.
The findings prompted lawmakers to call on the Pentagon to investigate and take immediate action. On September 19, it was announced that an investigation had been launched and would be concluded within 30 days.
Pentagon Probe @DoDEA #diversity Chief Kelisa Wing s/b is coming to an end. Will she keep her job? #racist Bad taste in previous tweets and books?View my latest articles @TPInsidr understand more. #wake up #army https://t.co/4SQ5JLdxXJ
— Kat ✍️ (@mohawkmoderate) October 18, 2022
We’re in November, Kelisa Wing is still in her role, and the Pentagon hasn’t revealed their findings or decisions.when press Regarding the findings of this investigation, Ministry of Defense spokesperson Commander Nicole Schwegman said:
“The findings are being presented to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness.”
As a military veteran, I can tell you that this is a fancy way of saying these discoveries are buried deep in a black hole of issues that the Department of Defense does not want to discuss.
speaking of black holes
For readers who believe the truth is out there, it should come as no surprise that the much-anticipated and eagerly anticipated Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) report to Congress is late. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s report to Congress was originally scheduled for Halloween.
Folks, we’re well into November with no uncategorized reports. So it doesn’t seem to matter whether the law requires this or not, and it does.
That hasn’t stopped the media from publishing some unnamed official comments about what the public can expect from the report when we actually see it. You guessed it; apparently, these UAPs sworn by highly trained Navy pilots and recorded on video are actually all of a sudden explainable.
The report will purportedly claim most sightings It’s foreign surveillance, aerial clutter, and a nod to the Roswell incident—weather balloons. How retro the Pentagon is.
There are also rumors that two famous Navy video clips are explained as an optical illusion. I’m a skeptic, I don’t even buy that.
This is from a signed letter sent directly to me by ODNI.
Anyone who has posted otherwise should explain themselves.
If you want them to fix this, please flag them.
Hold people accountable. pic.twitter.com/tiClzQXhPX
— John Greenwald Jr. (@blackvaultcom) November 16, 2022
Slow investigation and reporting increases society’s mistrust of government and institutions. As much as the mainstream media and the left like to lament the rise of “conspiracy theories,” it is precisely the information environment, or lack thereof, that is what helps these theories grow.
But that’s the point, isn’t it? Having no answers as to who spoiled Nordstream 2 allows for an evolving narrative to suit the needs of those responsible.
Our short attention span has allowed us to forget about the super-racist diversity chief, which frees the Pentagon from having to answer deeper and troubling questions. Like they didn’t know the person’s background before hiring her.
Or, more importantly, do they know but don’t care? The Pentagon dragging its feet and leaking clues in a tedious UAP report allows the Pentagon to avoid the fact that they really don’t know what’s going on in our skies.
They don’t know is it because they don’t care or are they incompetent? They are probably equal parts of both.
But at least the Republicans have a majority in the House so we can get to the bottom of it.like the feds have capitol informant January 6th.
The FBI director declined to answer when asked if there were FBI informants dressed as Trump supporters in the Capitol. https://t.co/CldNJ57U8B
— ThePoliticalInsider (@TPInsidr) November 17, 2022
Oh wait… I guess not, right, FBI Director Christopher Wray?
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