They're a guy in my small town who proudly wanders around wearing a half-white wig, a robe with symbols all over it, and carrying a staff. I think he's pretending to be a wizard. This isn't for Halloween, this is all year round.
Have a good look at these two weirdos.
They're, nuts, right? Like my local wizard, they're crazy people, pretending to be something they're not.
Are they actually crazy, or is something else going on here?
Neither one of these two would be where they are right now without the image they are projecting. And this has to be the most prestigious job either has ever had in their lives.
The above image, and many other examples from Bruce Jenner to Desmond Is Amazing have been bothering me for a while. I used to think, why don't people call this foolishness out? Why do they allow this, and in the case of these two, why is the US federal Government putting people like this in charge of anything? I mean, look at what they've done just being in charge of their own lives.
I'll get back to these two guys later. First though, I want you to look at the next two pictures. Forget everything you know about the people in these pictures, just look at the images projected:
Two happy, successful families, right? Everyone smiling, all together, dressed well, healthy.
Those are the images projected. Nobody is perfect of course, and no family is without its black sheep, but if you didn't know anything about any of the people involved you'd think these were just two happy families.
The difference is that one group actually is a happy family, and the other group is just projecting the illusion of same.
Back to the weirdos up top. The image they are actually showing is that of a couple of crazy people, but they're not crazy.
You read that right. Assistant Health Secretary Rachel Levine and Deputy Assistant Nuclear Energy Secretary Sam Brinton are not acting like this because they're crazy. They're not delusional.
Instead, they're illusional. Like my hometown wizard, they are projecting an image to the world. Unlike the wizard though, they're insisting that you accept the image as reality.
And if people do accept it, that's real power.
Back to the Bidens and the Trumps. The Trump family has its turmoils of course, but by any standard they're well-adjusted people and highly successful, all of them. The Biden family on the other hand reads like a bad soap opera. Ashley Biden in her diary talked about showering with her dad, and Hunter Biden's laptop is full of some really disturbing images of Hunter with children, besides all of the financial shenanigans. And of course there's a couple of people missing from the Biden portrait: Hunter's daughter and the stripper baby momma.
But as long as the FBI can suppress the diary and the laptop, and as long as the 99% democrat media plays ball, they can keep that swept under the rug, out of sight, where they can't destroy the illusion. Because the reality would destroy the illusion.
And the illusion is all they have. The illusion that in a close election in Wisconsin 4800 ballots in a row would only have votes for a single candidate (odds: 10 to the power of 1594 to 1). The illusion that Biden actually won the election. The illusion that a bunch of unarmed people milling around the Capitol on January 6th was an insurrection, and the illusion that violent riots by the left and the CHAZ autonomous zone weren't insurrection.
They're projecting an image, and demanding you accept it as reality. And if you do, that's real power for them. They're not delusional. They know the truth. But they prefer and insist that you accept the illusion.
Because for now, the illusion gives them power.
The problem with illusions of course is that they're not real. No amount of people accepting the illusion can make it become real. In the end, reality itself is real, and nothing else is.
But it's what they've got, and it gives them power for now. And the longer it goes, the more firmly entrenched in power they become, the harder they have to push the illusion. Because, if people stop accepting the illusion they lose power.
The US needs a healthy dose of reality in the November election.