Evil Alternate Universe: Giuliani Would Make a Good Secretary of State

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Republican National Convention: Day OneThe prospect of Giuliani being Secretary of State is, horrifically, not dead. I’m no fan of Romney–he is obviously a play-actor who comes off like the gentlest guy in the world but is fully immersed in the Deep State, from his family’s decades-long involvement in politics to his clearly staged ranting about Trump, this guy is likely a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Giuliani, on the other hand, is a wolf in wolf’s clothing, and that’s the absolute worst thing you could have in the country’s top diplomat. Would you want this guy as the last barrier between the United States and war?

An article in The Wall Street Journal today presents the problem with Giuliani’s candidacy as having potential for cronyism and conflicts of interest–no doubt a very real risk, as we’ve seen before–but the potential for World War III on this guy’s watch is a far greater risk.

Rudy Giuliani Lobbies to Be Secretary of State
Former New York City mayor says his experience makes him uniquely qualified

After leaving the mayoral office in 2001, Mr. Giuliani founded Giuliani Partners, a management-consulting and security firm that advises companies and foreign governments on policing, security planning and counterterrorism….

Mr. Giuliani has been an outspoken proponent of regime change in Iran and scrapping the nuclear accord reached with Tehran last year. He has regularly appeared at events supporting an Iranian opposition group, called the Mujahedin-e Khalq, which the U.S. State Department designated as a terrorist organization from 1997 through 2012. His speaking fees for those events ranged from $25,000 to $40,000….

Mr. Giuliani said those concerns were unfounded and unfair. He said “90%” of the work undertaken by the firm is done on behalf of companies, not governments. “I don’t even know how to peddle influence,” he said.

A Few News Sources That Were Ahead of the Trump Victory & Mini Post-Mortem


It took me about 24 hours to completely dismiss the idea that Trump’s victory was a victory for “the people” who managed to defeat the highly controlled media and election process. That’s not to say there isn’t a paradigm shift in how I see the world, there is: seems like there are indeed two factions in the upper echelon (if not the uppermost echelon); there is more of an element of responsiveness to the zeitgeist of the masses than I had realized (though this in itself may be a sophisticated manipulation, but it’s based on an inherent recognition that the zeitgeist must be controlled or obeyed); and there may be a major shift in strategy and tactics to get us to the world government that I am still convinced is on the agenda. The false flags and psy ops are obvious, but the path from these ham-handed mechanisms to the end game are more subtle and sophisticated and harder to see. In an effort to peel yet more layers of the onion than I had previously realized existed, I have come upon a few websites that were way ahead of this outcome, or at least were onto something bigger.

Here they are:

Philosophy of Metrics


Andreago Ferreira

Stateless Homesteading

As for my pre-election disposition, I was 100% convinced Hillary was the chosen one–just could not see around that because I believed she would be the one capable of silencing the anti-war left for the final invasions of the Middle East. But there were two things I failed to realize:

  1. She might not have been capable of silencing anyone even with media support.
  2. The powers that be have moved toward (have long been using?) a strategy of chaos beyond the obvious strategy of tension, as evidenced by all the protests George Soros funds.

The first–that Hillary might not have been able to control her faction even with media support–would be a paradigm-shifter for me in that I believed after Obamacare was foisted upon us and then Obama was re-elected anyway while the Tea Party and the Liberty Movement were subverted, meant that we would eat anything we were fed. This might not be true.

The second point makes me kick myself because that, along with several other red flags, was something I had noticed and talked about: They were clearly setting us up for post-election conflict. I failed to realize, however, the broader implication and many clear warning signs: they are embracing, promoting and channeling conflict at every turn from the Bundy Ranch to Black Lives Matter–it’s all conflict all the time, so who cares if there are some anti-war protests in the mix? Might even be useful.

Here are a few of the other warning signs I saw and ignored, blinded by the conviction that Hillary was The Chosen One:

  • The Trump PsyOp was just too big to be launched solely to get Hillary elected, that it must be there to restructure the GOP and neutralize the Libertarian Party. This was an understatement. Here are some of the signs I saw that this was a psy-op:
    • the Kate Steinle story, the El Chapo tweet
    • the round the clock coverage given by cnn and fox et al
    • the way the media acted like he was an enemy of the establishment and never outed him for the player he was
  • Trump studied at the knee of Roy Cohn, a lawyer with deep ties to the deep state and mobsters the world over.
  • Hillary was passed over for Obama because she couldn’t be trusted to be a lapdog (she and Bill would not fall on their swords for Hillarycare and risk losing a second term–they needed complete obedience as demonstrated by Obama’s dutiful trust in their power) and was no longer considered useful by the power elite.
  • The GOP could not lose another presidential election and still maintain the fantastically powerful two party psy-op.
  • The alt-right dialectic had been in the works for years, which I had noticed long before Hillary highlighted it.

But the absolute crazy thing is that since May 2016 I kept saying that there would be a massive pollster fail–that we were being set up for that–then I proceeded to scratch my head as to what form it would take! Duh.

There’s one more shoe to drop, in my opinion. The Secret Service has been setting up a legacy of incompetence over the past few years that must have a purpose, so who is in the crosshairs? Could be the Obamas, could be the Clintons, could be Trump himself (though again, he is a major operation and is unlikely to be wasted), or it could mean something completely different–I’m past trying to figure out the path! But I will continue to highlight the flags and am still convinced the end goal is totalitarian world government, but hey, I could be wrong!

One final thought…no matter what happens and no matter how transparent or opaque the actors or actions may be, the only thing we can be sure of is our principles. If we keep in mind Thou Shalt Not Steal & Thou Shalt Not Kill and hold our agents in government to that standard, and if, for our own protection, we are unyielding in our defense of the Bill of Rights (perhaps citizens on the left will realize the importance of the Second Amendment et al, especially States’ Rights, now that they don’t like the man in DC!), we don’t have to know who is doing what why, we can stop them anyway–that’s why their top priority is an attack on our ability to understand and defend our principles. But even if we don’t stop them, we can go down with our souls in tact if we stick to our principles.

The Propaganda Report (Episode 8): Comey’s Grenade

I just don’t see the resemblance.

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Alt Right or Alt Wrong? Podcast of Aug 27 2016 show


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Who’s the Bigger Scammer, the Media or the Fed? Podcast of March 19, 2016 Show

On the show this week, one caller said he saw the results of Obama’s election accidentally pop up on TV before the election; another caller reprimanded me for not dismissing this out of hand. My answer? Stranger things have happened. The tweet above was sent by Newt Gingrich on November 13, 2015, more than two weeks before the San Bernardino attack on December 2, and there is no other relevant “California terrorist attack” to which Newt could have been referring. Happily, I got a little twitter support on this:

This little exchange was just the beginning. We hit on many different topics this week, so after the podcast links, I have put up links to some of the references I made…hope that’s useful. I also respond to comments, so feel free to start a conversation below…

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Read moreWho’s the Bigger Scammer, the Media or the Fed? Podcast of March 19, 2016 Show

“A Cautionary Tale” Courtesy of “Decent Conservatives”

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Here is a picture of Donald Trmp with Ghislaine Maxwell, alleged procurer for convicted sex abuser Jeffrey Epstein. Trump: “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it–Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

As I laid out in this week’s show, my fear is that Donald Trump, who is not being vetted by the Republican primary process–at least not before it’s too late, will be thoroughly vetted by the Clinton Machine. The result could well be both a Hillary presidency and an object lesson in straying from the establishment.

My gut tells me this is no accident and the boldness and effectiveness of such a plot, if that’s what it is, is downright Axelrodesque. Though he denies being behind it, it is widely believed that David Axelrod’s approach to Obama’s Senatorial elections was to use the same bold tactic in both the primary and the general: to get the divorce records unsealed of Obama’s opposing candidates in time-frames that precluded effective replacement candidates. In this case, the tactic, in both the primary and the general election, appears to be to pit Hillary against polarizing candidates who, it will end up, could never quite get 50% of the vote, without revealing that fact until it’s too late to make other choices. Unlike the opponents of the aspiring Illinois Senator, however, I think Bernie and Trump are playing along. (Here is an article I wrote laying out why I think there’s something fishy going on with Trump’s “self-financed campaign.”)

And now, as I had feared, the Republican establishment has begun to blame the anti-establishment voter for destroying the party. In the articles linked below, today’s Wall Street Journal demonizes the allegedly Trump-supporting grassroots (I don’t believe he’s as popular as “the polls” tell us and without exit polls we will never really know), insinuating that they are naive and foolhardy for going outside the establishment. “…A cautionary tale….”

  • Staring at the Conservative Gutter
    Donald Trump gives credence to the left’s caricature of bigoted conservatives.

    • “It would be terrible to think that the left was right about the right all these years. Nativist bigotries must not be allowed to become the animating spirit of the Republican Party. If Donald Trump becomes the candidate, he will not win the presidency, but he will help vindicate the left’s ugly indictment. It will be left to decent conservatives to pick up the pieces—and what’s left of the party.” (Emphasis added.)
  • The Donald and The Terminator
    The perils of a conservatism where the messenger trumps the message.

    • “Before there was Donald, there was Arnold. And therein lies a cautionary tale with particular resonance this Super Tuesday.” (Emphasis added.)

If The Wall Street Journal and her sister FoxNews really fear a Trump nomination, why do they and the media in general give Trump from 10 to 25 TIMES the media coverage of all other GOP candidates combined? I believe they are setting up Hillary to win and setting up the anti-establishment voter to take the fall.

See also:
Trump Spends Zero & Is Crushing It…How?

And don’t miss the comments section below.

All Aboard!!!! Podcast of February 27, 2016 Show

Donald Trump Sr. and Melania Trump Wedding, Self Assignment, January 22, 2005
PALM BEACH, FL: Newlyweds Donald Trump Sr. and Melania Trump with Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bill Clinton at their reception held at The Mar-a-Lago Club in January 22, 2005 in Palm Beach, Florida. (Photo by Maring Photography/Getty Images/Contour by Getty Images)

As I lay out in this week’s show, my fear is that Trump is not being vetted by the Republican primary process but will be by the Clinton Machine. The result could well be both a Hillary presidency and an object lesson in straying from the establishment. As always, I do not chalk this up to accident.

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Mentioned on the show…Trump Spends Zero and Is Crushing It…How?

and Why I Vote My Conscience….

For those with a sense of humor…Ted Cruz Is a Blobfish?!

Update (March 1, 2016): As if on cue, today’s paper demonizes the grassroots, insinuating that they are naive and foolhardy for going outside the establishment: “a cautionary tale”….

  • Staring at the Conservative Gutter
    Donald Trump gives credence to the left’s caricature of bigoted conservatives.

    • “It would be terrible to think that the left was right about the right all these years. Nativist bigotries must not be allowed to become the animating spirit of the Republican Party. If Donald Trump becomes the candidate, he will not win the presidency, but he will help vindicate the left’s ugly indictment. It will be left to decent conservatives to pick up the pieces—and what’s left of the party.” (Emphasis added.)


  • The Donald and The Terminator
    The perils of a conservatism where the messenger trumps the message.

    • “Before there was Donald, there was Arnold. And therein lies a cautionary tale with particular resonance this Super Tuesday.” (Emphasis added.)

For a little more on this, see: “A Cautionary Tale” Courtesy of “Decent Conservatives”

Why I Vote My Conscience….

It’s My Vote

I began my show this past Saturday explaining that even though Rand Paul dropped out of the race, he is still on the Georgia Republican primary ballot and I’m going to vote for him. I’m also going to vote Libertarian in the general election, as always. I use my vote–my vote–to register my protest to the liberal-fascist center (a term I coined 20 years ago when I lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, though others have used similar expressions since.) Immediately upon making that statement on the air, I got these tweets…

Does Your Vote Count or Doesn’t It?

When Ron Paul was running for president both in 2008 and 2012, I voted for him. The reason was simple: his political views were closest to my own and his claims that he would employ them while in office were uniquely credible because they were backed up by his past behavior. The argument against voting for him proffered by many was that he couldn’t win.

It might be true that Ron Paul couldn’t win, but only because he was attacked by the establishment and blacked out by the media. In a no-media race between Paul and Romney in Virginia, Paul got 40% of the vote. Given Virginia’s proximity to DC and the clear Establishment-approval for Romney, 40% for Dr. Paul is close enough to qualify as a run for the money. In Iowa, despite widespread accusations of anti-Paul fraud, Paul earned 22% of the vote, close behind the front-runners Santorum & Romney, each of whom got 25%.  Ron Paul did amazingly well against tremendous opposition forces. There were reports and evidence of fraud against Ron Paul’s vote count not only in Iowa, but also in Maine, Nevada and elsewhere, as well as allegations of widespread coercion of Ron Paul delegates. Republican politicians and pundits singled out Ron Paul as the only potential nominee who would not get their votes. I distinctly remember Dick Morris on Iowa caucus day 2012 saying, “A vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Barack Obama.”

Big Government Do-or-Die for the GOP

As it turned out, however, the votes for Romney were the votes for Obama! The Republican Establishment put up the one candidate who did not have the moral high ground in that single issue election, and it was no coincidence. According to modern Republicanism’s founding father Irving Kristol’s definitive, Neo-Conservatism: The Auto-biography of an Idea, the new Republican party would embrace a conservative welfare state which would be marked by things like mandatory health insurance and even socialized medicine:

The basic principle behind a conservative welfare state ought to be a simple one: Wherever possible, people should be allowed to keep their own money—rather than having it transferred (via taxes) to the state—on condition that they put it to certain defined uses.

It gets worse:

One wonders what would happen if all the money spent on Great Society programs had been used to institute, in however modest a way, just two universal reforms: (1) children’s allowance, as already described, and (2) some form of national health insurance? My own surmise is that the country would be in much better shape today.

The power that comes with Big Government is all they’re after…

Unless and until the Republican party is willing to overcome its book-keeping inhibitions and become a truly political party, it will be of only marginal significance which faction is in control, or which candidate it proposes.

Letting them scare us into validating their statist candidates with our votes is how the Big Government transformation of traditional conservatism continues to our dismay.

The Establishment argue that they choose so-called moderates like Romney to bring people together but that’s a lie. It’s simply Big Government do-or-die for this crowd. The truth is, Ron Paul was the one who could have been the great uniter, bringing together fiscal conservatives on the right, the war-weary from the left disillusioned by Obama, and civil libertarians across the board. It is in the American DNA to recognize the inherent justice in the compromise of the Founders: rather than use the government to serve some at the expense of others, use government to protect the rights of individuals and allow them to solve problems as they see fit. Rather than the cronyist compromise of Welfare & Warfare for All, Ron Paul offered the all-American individualist compromise of Liberty & Justice for All, and if Americans had voted their consciences (and the voting were fair and square), Ron Paul would have won.

So if “Ron Paul couldn’t win” not because he couldn’t garner enough votes but because the Establishment wouldn’t allow it whether by media manipulation or outright voter fraud, isn’t that reason enough to give up on voting “the party?” If they would never let a truly principled man-of-the-people win, then why validate their candidate with your vote?

If the Trump Phenomenon Is Real…

Paradoxically, voters this election cycle seem to have no problem reconciling the conviction that Trump could win with the claim that the Establishment is against him–a claim that in itself needs reconciling with the fact that the mainstream media gives him the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars of free advertising. There is obviously something funny going on here, but even if there isn’t–even if the Trump Phenomenon is what-you-see-is-what-you-get through and through–isn’t that in itself proof that an outsider can win if only the voting public had the courage of their convictions? And who can make the choice to stick to convictions? Only the individual–only the one person with his one vote.

The Saint Peter Test

That brings me to my final point. When I stress-out about what’s happening in the world and the evil perpetrated by an unaccountable power elite, my mother accuses me of a lack of faith. “God is up in his Heaven and all will unfold as it should. Why do you worry so much?” Maybe she’s right and I do have a lack of faith, but I do worry about this world and feel that we are here for a reason: to operate in this world as best we can, not to abandon it to evil by chalking it up to God’s Plan (though it may be!) Whatever meaning there is to life on Earth, I think part of it must be to do our best in the here and now, otherwise, why would we even be here? That said, however, I do have enough faith to worry about Judgment Day and whether or not my actions will pass the St. Peter Test. When it comes to voting the party line, here is specifically what I’m afraid of…

When St. Peter asks me to explain why I voted for evil, I’m not sure he’s going to fall for the answer, “Oh, you don’t understand–I voted for the lesser of two evils.” He might say, “There were others on the ballot–we always make sure there’s a good one on there, but hardly anyone ever votes for him.” “Oh,” I would have to add, “I thought it would be better to compromise my principles and try to game the system–after all, who wins is all that matters.” “You have it all wrong,” I’m afraid St. Peter might answer. “It doesn’t matter one bit who wins–the power-mongers are all evil as you know, and of course God is up in his Heaven and all will unfold as it should….Your actions are all we really care about. God has given you the ability to distinguish between right and wrong, the capacity to reason and the gift of free will. All you can do is use these tools to make your own choices. All we’re watching for is if you stick to your principles. That‘s the test. That‘s the whole reason you were there.” I just don’t want my Final Answer to have to be, “Oops.”


Every time I go down the road of whether or not to sacrifice an outcome so I can stick with my principles, I end up realizing that sticking to the principles results in the best outcome anyway. That’s why they are The Principles, because they result in The Good. If everyone voted their consciences in 2008 and 2012 instead of falling for the lesser-of-two-evils trap set by the power elite, we’d be celebrating a President Ron Paul instead of lamenting a President Obama.



[Birth]Right to Rise? Podcast of February 13, 2016 Show

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Here’s an article I wrote in response to one of the calls…https://monicaperezshow.com/2016/02/16/church-v-state/

Just FYI…the executive order my caller referred to was a hoax….easily debunked…I wish he had researched it a little before calling in…I corrected the record on air after the next break but it wasn’t fast enough to avoid confusion

Will Christie Endorse JEB? Could Two Goofy White Dudes be a Winning Ticket?


My gut still tells me JEB’s the guy. On Saturday’s show, I predicted that JEB would do well in the debate that night then surprise in New Hampshire by coming in third or fourth…that seems to be happening. So how does JEB get from third or fourth to number one?

Let’s assume Trump has a 35% or so ceiling–that is, he will never get more than a large minority of the vote, so if the anti-Trump vote coalesces behind one of the establishment guys, that guy could win the nomination. Rather than that having to happen at the convention, I think it will happen in time for Super Tuesday to be decisive…Bush could be neck-and-neck with Trump in South Carolina if Christie and Fiorina, for example, bow out and endorse JEB, and their voters actually move over to JEB (weirdly, there haven’t been polls taken in South Carolina for two weeks so we can’t be sure of the math)…

But what to make of Kasich’s strong showing in New Hampshire? Could JEB make Kasich his running mate to get the Ohio vote while JEB gets Florida?…Is JEB’s Mexican wife, Spanish language skills and Catholicism enough to get a critical mass of Hispanics to vote for him? Or does he need Rubio for that? As Malina pointed out on my show Saturday, it might get tricky to have Rubio and JEB on the same ticket since the Twelfth Amendment (see below) would make it impossible for Florida electors to vote for JEB and Rubio at the same time…But a JEB/Kasich ticket might just be too darn goofy…then again, goofy white dudes are really the norm rather than the exception, aren’t they?



The Electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves; they shall name in their ballots the person voted for as President, and in distinct ballots the person voted for as Vice-President, and they shall make distinct lists of all persons voted for as President, and all persons voted for as Vice-President and of the number of votes for each, which lists they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate.

The President of the Senate shall, in the presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the certificates and the votes shall then be counted.

The person having the greatest Number of votes for President, shall be the President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed; and if no person have such majority, then from the persons having the highest numbers not exceeding three on the list of those voted for as President, the House of Representatives shall choose immediately, by ballot, the President. But in choosing the President, the votes shall be taken by states, the representation from each state having one vote; a quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the states, and a majority of all the states shall be necessary to a choice. And if the House of Representatives shall not choose a President whenever the right of choice shall devolve upon them, before the fourth day of March next following, then the Vice-President shall act as President, as in the case of the death or other constitutional disability of the President.[Note 1]

The person having the greatest number of votes as Vice-President, shall be the Vice-President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed, and if no person have a majority, then from the two highest numbers on the list, the Senate shall choose the Vice-President; a quorum for the purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole number of Senators, and a majority of the whole number shall be necessary to a choice. But no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States.[1]