Drip, Drip, Drip!
Steady Stream of Updates About Navy UFO Incident
Most stories fade away after awhile. Maybe people remember them, but the media likes fresh stories. That’s why it’s significant when a story keeps coming back. As Reported Here the encounter between US Naval Aviators and an unidentified flying object back in 2004 is back in the news, again. Drip! In 2017 there were a wave of stories about it. Since then, there are periodic updates and new revelations. Last year one of the Navy Pilots spoke out and claimed to have been the one to first call them “Tic-Tacs”. Along with UFO footage from the International Space Station, as well as NASA’s well known propensity to cut the video footage from the space station to a green or red screen, supposedly to cover up irrefutable UFO evidence, it seems more and more like someone is trying to tell us something. Or keep other people from telling us something? Something like that.
The Big Letdown
Disillusionment Reigns, as Reality Doesn’t Live Up to Rhetoric
As Reported Here the LA Lakers have returned several million dollars that they received as part of the Coronavirus Relief Package. After they got busted by Yahoo who reported it first, they returned the funds. Hidden in the story though, is this gem. The money wasn’t just a grant. It was a “forgivable” loan. We simply point out the irony that this attempt to help small businesses by our federal government, is pretty much the same as what got Jimmy Hoffa in trouble.
Philanthropy For All
Have you noticed how almost everybody wants to be in charge of “helping”? As Reported Here there are approximately 1.5 million charities registered in the United States. That’s almost one charity per 150 citizens. That’s on top of our Massive federal Government, with cradle to grave entitlement ambitions. That’s in addition to all the churches and religious groups, from the worlds major religions to small but active fringe groups. And it seems that now even the banks and insurance companies are getting in on the act too. What the hell, they have to do something, what else can an insurance salesman do when the economy is in the shitter, thanks to the shutdown over Coronavirus?
If you think about it, socialism is basically nationalized philanthropy. It could be good that there are still alternatives to government programs. On the other hand, there are so many alternatives it could all morph into one big process of socialistic philanthropy, with different facets only.