A reader from Tennessee writes to tell us his strategy in the fight for freedom and against tyranny and also asks “is it time to look deeper into the Ukraine narrative?”
To The Exposé,
Letter to the Governor of Tennessee
That letter to the Tennessee (“TN”) governor you sent out got my attention because we moved to TN in 2015. I no longer send information to politicians but commend any effort from anyone who believes it may make a difference.
My strategy to help in this fight for freedom and against tyranny now focuses on letters to the editors of local newspapers. I look for small independent papers that are not mainstream media. In 5 years, I’ve had a dozen or so published.
I’ve included a rough draft of my last article that was recently published (see below). Hope you enjoy it. Feel free to send it to whoever you think might get inspired to try to reach out to a dying populace. Even if someone sends something and doesn’t get published someone will read the email. A seed will have been planted.
In addition, anyone awake will benefit by increasing their communication and writing skills. Only by reaching the sheeple can we turn this around.
It ain’t over till it’s over.
Stan Sylvester, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee, USA
Below is Stan’s letter to his local paper on 4 May 2022.
Is it time to look deeper into the Ukraine narrative?
The battle for Ukraine and the suffering of innocent civilians has not gone unnoticed in the Glades. I recently drove past a local business sign that stated that they stand with Ukraine.
Our involvement in an overseas conflict must be sold to the public as a necessary action. We’re told that we must come to the aid of the oppressed nation. This time it is Ukraine – good, Russia – bad.
Unfortunately, few believe that conflicts are ever staged. This does require global puppet masters that pull government strings. The agendas of these masters of mayhem are not benevolent. Whatever the agendas, the $$$ keep flowing for the weapons manufacturers.
Depopulation agendas cannot be ruled out. Billionaires don’t like populations using up too much of their, excuse me, our dwindling resources. Though Ukraine is only about 0.5% of the earth’s land mass, Ukraine has 5% of the world’s valued minerals. The more valuable your country’s commodities, the greater the danger you have ending up as innocent collateral damage.
President Biden recently warned of an oncoming food shortage. Since then, fires and explosions have ravaged food processing and distribution plants. The Ukraine war is part of the reason given for skyrocketing fertilizer prices. A war can provide a scapegoat and/or distraction for what a country’s own government may be planning for their people.
“What good fortune for governments that their people do not think.” – Adolf Hitler
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To my shame I had not heard that quote before but this applies wholeheartedly to the U.K.
Thanks for posting! We’re all learning and can learn from each other. You know more than 99% of the population. Have a wonderful day!
He was talking about Britain and Churchills Big Lie Factory.
Great letter. Thank you.
My pleasure. If I can be of any help, firstname.lastname@example.org
fantastic letter bravo!! So right on!!
Thank you for taking the time to post. If I can be of any help, email@example.com
Hitler was talking about Britain and WW2 wiped out the remaining thinkers, like Archibald Maule Ramsay.
Thank you Stan for your letter and your strategy. It’s a smart thing that all of us can do.
Twelve publications in 5 years means that a lot of people have had the benefit of your wisdom – on average one article every other month. That’s a very high ratio, congratulations!
And, as you observed, someone has to read your articles before they decide whether to publish – brilliant point.
Thank you again for your post, and thank you Expose for giving us the opportunity to read it. Best regards from what used to be Canada.
Thank you for taking the time to respond. I spent many years working with flowering plant growers in Canada. I bought and sold their product to florists in New Jersey. I loved every one of them I got to work with.
I’ve learned a lot from Henry Makow. He was born in Canada but escaped, excuse me, moved to Mexico. He has a tremendous website.
Sorry, the post below should read ‘on average more than two articles a year’.
Though I bet that frequency has been higher these past two years!