Thursday, June 02, 2016

Katie Couric's GunGate Implosion is a Healty Sign of Things to Come

While it is not yet complete, it appears that Katie Couric's career is over, at least as a "respectable" journalist.  Couric has been a reliably "progressive" advocate for decades.  In this, she simply followed the career progression that has been common in the dominant media for 50 years.

Control of the media by one ideology, a "progressive" groupthink, has been a near fatal flaw in our system.  It is finally coming to a close.  That is far preferable to some of the alternatives.

Three months before the rampage shooting at Sandy Hook, Matt Bracken wrote a cautionary tale about a fourth generation warfare response to a "progressive" putsch organized from the White House. "What I saw at the coup" is a distopian page turner. It spread all over the Internet as a counter to the claim that armed citizens would be irrelevant against a totalitarian state.

In "What I saw at the coup", a major turning point occurs when a media figure, Cathy Carlsen, is shot by a sniper.  From What I saw at the coup:
The first real jolt indicating a serious problem with the plan came when television reporter Cathy Carlsen was killed in Norfolk, shot dead while covering the commissioning of the Harvey Milk, the Navy’s newest destroyer. That she was killed was bad enough. That it happened on a “secure” naval base—a federal installation—made it much worse. Her blood splattered across the Admirals’ white uniforms made quite a picture.
It has been revealed that Cathy Carlsen was a thinly veiled reference to Katie Couric.

The dominance of "progressive" media was relied on by the "progressive" plotters in Matt Bracken's work. That dominance is showing signs of falling apart. The destruction of that dominance makes the possibility of violent societal upheaval much less likely.

The Constitutional system was designed to allow a majority to change the government by vote.  That system has been short circuited for 50 years by the uniformity of the ideology and agenda of the "progressive media".  They decided what the population would know, what was supposed to be important, and what national politicians would be acceptable, or not.

There is enough independent and new media now, that Katie Couric cannot get away with the fraudulent pushing of the "progressive" agenda as she has for 25 years.

The fact that Couric can be taken down without violence has been noticed.  Many people who took an oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, are relieved.

I have personally known two extremely skilled and deadly men in my life.  These people worked for the U.S. military and intelligence system.  They personally killed a great many people.  One is dead.  He was from the "Greatest Generation" and died at the age of 86, from cancer.  It is unlikely that he would have fought against United States tyranny.  His grandparents had been on the losing end in the Civil war.

One is not.  He is a generation or two younger and believed that he would die fighting a clandestine war against tyranny. Perhaps something similar to that depicted in Bracken's work. He did not expect to win or survive.

He is one of the most talented and capable people that I have ever known. Couric's GunGate makes it more likely that he will die in bed.  And that is a very good thing.

The possibility of a fourth generation war leading to a positive outcome was always a poor bet. Sometimes it is better to die fighting than to submit. It is far better to win at the ballot box than to fantasise about winning a guerilla war.

But winning at the ballot box assumes that change at the ballot box is possible.

Couric's media implosion shows that at minimum, blatant lying and fraud in the media can be exposed and punished.  That means there is a real chance to save the Constitution at the ballot box.

Exposing media fraud and lies has become one of the highest forms of patriotism.

©2016 by Dean Weingarten: Permission to share is granted when this notice is included.
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