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Smashing the Overton window.
Omnibus Repeal Act for Congress members in post-invasion, post-coup, occupied, financial-biopharmaceutical-wartime America to consider.
I saw a Twitter1 comment a few weeks ago, about the information and analysis that Sasha Latypova and I offer to the public discourse during the Covid-19 Constitutional crisis, describing it as —
So far outside the overton window at this stage virtually no one knows what to do with it.
The Overton window has been defined as “the range of policies politically acceptable to the mainstream population at a given time.”
The Twitter comment lines up with my experience of how a lot of people respond to our work.
Most thoughtful people have immediate, visceral responses.
Paraphrased, the first response is:
Whoa! This makes sense of a lot of things that don't make sense without it.
It explains things that aren’t explained by analyses limited to FDA incompetence, regulatory capture, and Big Pharma profiteering.
The second response is,
Wait, what the heck??? This can't be real!!! How can the US Government be engaged in a semi-covert war against its own people and the people of the whole world, on behalf of a handful of central bankster families, using financial system manipulation, public health emergency pretexts and bioweapons fraudulently labeled as vaccines?
And if it’s true, why does everybody in what we thought were positions of legitimate authority keep pretending it’s not happening, and doing nothing to stop the killing and looting?
The two responses sometimes occur simultaneously within one person.
Sometimes people cycle back and forth between the two.
I don’t find the Overton window concept all that useful anymore, because the legal, geopolitical waters — an ocean of State-sponsored, contract biowarfare disguised as ‘public health’ — that we've been swimming in since January 2020 are uncharted waters.
I also don’t find the Overton window useful because, just like pseudo-laws and pseudo-information (media propaganda) are written by people deeply invested in blocking public understanding and constructive public response for as long as possible, the range of pseudo-acceptable political choices is set by the same people.
The Overton window is another version of the 1967 CIA Nurnad Memo, the conspiracy to discredit ‘conspiracy theories.’
Both are preemptive thought-stopping tactics.
They narrow of the range of publicly-thinkable, publicly-discussible problems.
They keep the field clear for complex criminal enterprises to continue.
I don’t think it’s possible to develop legitimate-law-based, geopolitical responses to global financial and biochemical war pretending (through illegitimate law and coordinated public lying) to be ‘public health’ programs — which is the crazy but true reality — that don’t also sound and often feel crazy.
Anything less radical than seemingly-insane responses are disproportionate to the crisis.
Adapting a Kurt Vonnegut point, “A sane geopolitical response to an insane geopolitical situation must appear insane.”
I empathize with the proverbial frogs. I imagine them sitting in the pot of warming water, considering their predicament as the boil approaches.
I imagine them weighing the pros and cons of staying in or trying to leap out; the hotness of the fire just outside and underneath the pot, where they will have to stick the landing; and the coolness of the ground outside the circle of the fire if they can ever hop that far.
One option is to calmly, quietly let the families that own the Bank for International Settlements finish the job they started a century ago to gradually centralize all geopolitical power, loot all the world’s resources, kill a whole lot more people, and enslave the survivors in ways that they describe as normal; politically-neutral; socially-acceptable; traditional and trustworthy but also cutting-edge and innovative; sensible; comfortable; safe and effective; incremental; inevitable; and unstoppable.
Another option is to try to dismantle the legal support structures, which are major support pillars for our crumbling society even as they’ve also, somewhat surprisingly, turned out to be mechanisms-of-killing-and-enslavement-action.
There are many more years of profound societal disorder ahead of us, whether the globalists push on unimpeded, or the People make some headway in wrestling the diabolical legal tools out of their hands and repairing some of the damage they’ve already wrought using those tools.
I’ve been thinking about these things because I got invited to participate in a podcast later this week, to talk about “legislative actions Congress must take to restore informed consent, medical freedom, and dismantle the biomedical experimentation state.”
I’ve addressed possible Congressional actions a few times:
Jan. 20, 2023 - Subsidiarity
For those posts, I focused mostly on the biomedical and national security aspects of the coup that the Bank for International Settlements has completed — effective January 27, 2020 — to overthrow the United States Constitution, sovereign government and People.
I diverge from many other Covid-era writers on this point. For good reasons, many other writers argue that the task before the world’s people is to prevent or stop the imminent relinquishment of national sovereignty to the World Health Organization and its financial backers.
But, as I’ve written and said previously, I think the invasion, the coup is complete.
Enemies foreign and domestic are already in power, occupying offices including HHS Secretary (Xavier Becerra) and Defense Secretary (Lloyd Austin).
National sovereignty has already been handed over to these enemies, through ‘public health emergency’ statutes, regulations, executive orders and contracts enacted, ratified and implemented by federal, state and local legislatures, executives and courts.
That's why I construe the task as identifying, isolating and extracting already-entrenched financial and biomedical occupiers from their pseudo-government2 strongholds.
It’s not about stopping an invasion and occupation.
It’s about kicking the invaders out and bringing the occupation to an end.
It's about restoring rightful government, which is currently in covert-exile, held as covert-hostages, to power.
For readers interested in revisiting those arguments, here are some of the relevant posts:
March 19, 2022 - Catherine Austin Fitts discussion with Karel van Wolferen
Dec. 7, 2022 - Another outline of the legal frameworks
Dec. 12, 2022 - Is the power there or not?
I’m still thinking through how to prioritize Congressional actions, and still working to understand the structural lies at the heart of the global central banking system.
For now, I think a good Omnibus Repeal Act of 2023 would repeal, at minimum, the following:
Homeland Security Act (6 USC Ch. 1, Domestic Security)
Federal Reserve Act (12 USC Ch. 3, Banks and Banking)
International Bureaus, Congresses, Etc., (22 USC Ch. 7, Foreign Relations and Intercourse) including Subchapter XVIII, International Organizations Immunities Act, and Subchapter XX, World Health Organization
Defense Against Weapons of Mass Destruction Act, (50 USC Ch. 40, War and National Defense), including amendments to 10 USC Ch. 15, Armed Forces (Military Support for Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies), and amendments to 10 USC 382, renumbered to 10 USC 282, authorizing domestic deployment of military against civilians during “emergency situations involving chemical or biological weapons of mass destruction.”
Food Drug and Cosmetics Act, (21 USC Ch. 9, Food and Drugs), including Emergency Use Authorization program
Public Health Service Act (42 USC Ch. 6A, Public Health and Welfare), including Public Health Emergencies program and Vaccines program
Social Security Act (42 USC Ch. 7, Public Health and Welfare), including Medicare and Medicaid programs
Stafford Act/Disaster Relief Act (42 USC Ch. 68, Public Health and Welfare)
Chemical and Biological Warfare Program (50 USC Ch. 32, War and National Defense)
War Powers Resolution/War Powers Act (50 USC Ch. 33, War and National Defense), including 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF).
National Emergencies Act (50 USC Ch. 34, War and National Defense)
Defense Production Act (50 USC Ch. 55, War and National Defense)
PATRIOT Act — Additions and Amendments to Title 8, Aliens and Nationality; Title 15, Commerce and Trade; Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure; Title 31, Money and Finance; Title 50, War and National Defense; and Title 51, National and Commercial Space Programs.
Congress broke America, at the behest of enemies foreign and domestic who wanted to build a pseudo-legal front onto ordinary cross-border looting, slave-taking and killing, so they could do it long-term, without facing detection or well-organized, effective resistance.
Congress broke America because members of Congress— some imprudent and cowardly, some greedy, treasonous and malicious — abandoned liberty for false security in response to orchestrated and false flag threats.
Congress can fix what they broke. None of the current members appear interested; not even Ron Johnson, who is furthest along the learning curve.
But that doesn’t mean it’s not possible. It means there’s work to do, educating and emboldening them.
An Omnibus Repeal Act could begin with a Whereas sequence starting:
WHEREAS, prior Congresses and US Presidents have, for more than 100 years, under the influence of enemies foreign and domestic, through enactment of the following statutes and related appropriations, enabled and financed the covert theft from, enslavement, and mass murder of the American people, and
WHEREAS, in purported response to the events known as “Covid-19,” recent Congresses and US Presidents have expanded and provided additional funding for additional enslavement, theft and mass murder policies and programs enabled by these statutes, rendering them more immediately deadly and therefore more visible to the American people…
[WHEREAS clauses explaining how each statute enables theft, enslavement and killing of Americans by enemies foreign and domestic…]
THEREFORE, the following Congressional acts are hereby repealed…
If you’re a Twitter user and have been sharing my work on that platform, thank you, and also please be aware that for about a week, Twitter has been carefully scrubbing almost all shares of my work within an hour or two of posting. Maybe they’ll stop doing that. Maybe they won’t.
Pseudo-government reporting and analysis:
Nov. 16, 2022 - Some thinking about tampering with evidence and spoliation
Jan. 16, 2023 - Dual-use government officials of concern
Jan. 26, 2023 - War criminals.