April 25, 2011
Who would have thought twenty years ago that a wrestler would become one of the heroes of our age? Then again, it shouldn’t be so surprising because wrestlers are special men. They can both face the ridicule of a crowd and raise them out of their seats. They don’t just entertain, they inspire and elevate. The fights are fixed but the passion is real. The 2008 film ‘The Wrestler’ showed that it takes a lot of guts and heart to wrestle.
I was happy when I Iearned that Kane, one of my favorite wrestlers, is a supporter of Ron Paul. Jesse Ventura dedicated his most recent book to Dr. Paul. It seems that a lot of wrestlers are also thinkers. Ventura is a well-read thinker, a model citizen and a true patriot who is not afraid to speak his mind and tell the truth.
It takes a lot of courage to tell the truth in America today. The media has demonized critical thinking and suppressed freedom of thought. The result is a mainstream culture that is oppressive and even totalitarian in its character. Anybody who questions the official 9/11 lie is unfairly judged as crazy and paranoid. When Ventura was promoting his new book on CNN and ABC the hosts treated him like a loose mental patient who didn’t deserve to be taken seriously. It was sad to watch but it reinforced the truth that the establishment media in America is morally, intellectually and politically bankrupt. Very soon it will be financially bankrupt, and America will be better for it. America will be liberated from media and cultural oppression.
Ventura is doing his best to wake up and educate his countrymen. His influence is great. Humanity will be eternally grateful for Ventura’s truth-telling spirit. He is a rare man. It is good to admire such men. It takes people with large egos to tell the truth and buck the popular opinion. The crowd is rarely right. Individuals who follow public opinion put themselves behind the times. In some ages, like ours, popular beliefs and popular myths must be questioned and broken down to restore sanity in the culture and justice in the society.
Questioning our governments and political leaders about 9/11 and the war on terror is a matter of survival, not just of justice and of democracy. It is necessary to point out the fact that the emperor in Washington has no clothes. Obama has no legitimacy to rule. The Federal Reserve Bank has no legitimacy to make economic decisions. The Pentagon has no right to claim that it is protecting America by invading, bombing and occupying innocent nations. The entire war on terrorism is an evil and criminal war.
Ventura is a hero for going on television, inside the heart of the beast, and boldly say that the emperor has no clothes. It is not an easy thing
to speak the whole truth in America today, as well as other countries in the West, so we should praise, thank, and applaud Ventura for his courage.
Thank you Jesse Ventura. And thank you America for producing another heroic truth-teller during this time of moral and political crisis.
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