Carlson went out on a limb to become what the globalists fear most: a likely populist leader capable of stirring mass resistance to their relentless push to rule the world.
By Juliet Bonnay
29 April 2023
Tucker Carlson crossed a line during his keynote speech at the Heritage Foundation’s 50th Anniversary black tie event last Friday night when he said,
“What you’re watching is not a political movement, it’s evil.”
And it took him way out on the proverbial limb.
He lambasted the LGBTQIA+ movement and questioned what the “+” meant, and that he’d like to interview a “+”. He called people “ridiculous” for mindlessly going along with the herd’s latest “thing” – especially about putting pronouns in their emails.
So one out of ten people will say of all this silliness, “I am not doing that. It’s a betrayal of what I think is true, it’s a betrayal of my conscience, of my faith, of my sense of myself, of my dignity as a human being, of my autonomy. I am not a slave, I am a free citizen, and I am not doing that. And there’s nothing you can do to me to make me do it. And I hope it won’t come to that, but if it does come to that, here I am. Here I am…
This “silliness” was introduced to us in the 1979 Monty Python British comedy The Life of Brian. We laughed at it then, but I bet not many are laughing now…
Carlson went on to say that the weight of the government and corporate interests seem to be behind developing an androgynous population. Why is that?
None of this makes sense in conventional political terms. When people, or crowds of people, or the largest crowd of people of all, which is the federal government – the largest human organization in human history – decide that the goal is to destroy things, destruction for its own sake, “Hey let’s tear it down,” what you’re watching is not a political movement, it’s evil. I’m calling for an acknowledgment of what we’re watching.”
And the audience applauded him. A real live audience of influential people. Think about that for a moment. And also think about the fact that there is a parallel in history from which we can learn something and return our world to sanity.
During the French Revolution (1789-1799) there was a Reign of Terror from 1793-1794, beginning with the burning down of libraries, and the destruction of art treasures and literature. One of the most bizarre acts of all was when villagers right across France blindly obeyed messengers bearing the ‘King’s edict’ to gather arms and burn down all the chateaux – on the same day!
With the destruction of the aristocracy, thousands of workers were thrown onto the streets – hairdressers, gilders, bookbinders, tailors, embroiderers, and domestic servants. To deal with this huge unemployment problem the usurpers of government decided on a plan of mass ‘depopulation’. And it included the mercantile bourgeoisie, from where “internal dangers” emanated. However the attacks against them dislocated the entire industrial system and led to national bankruptcy, dumping hundreds and thousands more unemployed workers onto the streets.
Historian Nesta H. Webster wrote of this distressing time:
According to Predhomme the total number of victims drowned, guillotined, or shot all over France amounted to 300,000…
But this frightful mortality was not the only dreadful feature of the Terror – ruin, misery, starvation were the lot of all but the band of tyrants who had seized the reins of power… 
Tucker Carlson pointed out that there is currently no political debate about any of our current destruction, and rightly concluded that what we are seeing is the manifestation of some larger force acting upon us. “It’s just so obvious,” he said and later suggested that “maybe we should all take ten minutes out of our busy day to say a prayer for the future.” Amen to that.
His words about truth and lying were obviously another red flag to those orchestrating this destruction behind the scenes:
Once you say one true thing and stick with it, all kinds of other true things occur to you. The truth is contagious. Lying is, but the truth is as well, and the second you decide to tell the truth about something, you are filled with this (I don’t want to get supernatural on you) you are filled with this power from somewhere else. Try it… The more you tell the truth, the stronger you become. That’s completely real. It’s measurable in the way that you feel. And of course the opposite is also true. The more you lie, the weaker and more terrified you become… You lie about something and all of a sudden you become a prisoner of that lie. You are diminished by it. You are weak and afraid.
Carlson’s words brought spontaneous applause from the audience. It was clear he was crossing lines in speaking out about things close to his heart. Heritage Foundation President, Kevin Roberts, perhaps recognized this, for when he sat down with Carlson to ask some questions after his speech he said, “If things go south at Fox News, there’s always a job for you here.”
By Monday that precarious limb upon which Tucker had climbed was unceremoniously cut off. Tucker was told not to return to Fox News. While many lamented that there was no farewell program for Tucker, in essence the farewell was contained in the Heritage speech he gave on Friday, 21 April 2023. The New World Order cabal cannot allow people who speak truth to power, or worse, allow a populist to jolt people out of their torpid state to form a counter movement against them. And Tucker Carlson, feeling empowered by telling the truth that what we are witnessing is evil, could do just that. In this way he became a dangerous man in front of an audience who applauded the reality of what he said.
Tucker said that others who told the truth often paid a high price for it. Immediately the name Pat Tillman came to mind. An American pro football hero who turned down a $3.5 million contract to do his patriotic duty to fight against terrorism, joined the Army Rangers to fight al Qaeda in Afghanistan in the wake of nine-eleven. He was the unwitting Bush-Cheney poster boy used to recruit others for their illegal wars, but when he was sent to Iraq instead in March 2003, it opened his eyes to the truth and he became disillusioned, commenting to a friend, “You know, this war is so f— illegal.” 
What he saw totally turned him against Bush.
If that wasn’t enough, when he finally arrived in Afghanistan to fight al Qaeda, the truth he wanted to tell of what he saw there ensured that he would not make it home alive. Joachim Hagopian wrote that he was “about to blow the lid off the US government’s international drug smuggling operation that had US soldiers guarding the opium fields in Afghanistan.” 
And, according to Paul Craig Roberts, “Many concluded that he was murdered, because the government did not want a sports hero speaking out about the war.” 
Pat Tillman was shot three times in the forehead in supposedly friendly fire in Afghanistan.
During the early 1950s immensely popular writers, Dorothy Thompson and Douglas Reed, fell out of favor with the so-called ‘elite’ when they began writing about the truth of what they saw – Thompson when she went to Israel for the first time after WWII and saw the truth behind Zionism, and Reed for daring to write Far and Wide, which, with unflattering revelations from personal experience, he “set the history of the United States of America into the context of all he had learned in Europe of the politics of the world.” 
Both writers were relegated to the dustbins of history through character assassinations and duly buried as garbage.
The Silencing of Dorothy Thompson (trailer)
John and Nisha Whitehead wrote just days ago:
Although the right to speak out against government wrongdoing is the quintessential freedom, every day in this country, those who dare to speak their truth to the powers-that-be find themselves censored, silenced or fired. Indeed, those who run the government don’t take kindly to individuals who speak truth to power.
In fact, the government has become increasingly intolerant of speech that challenges its power, reveals its corruption, exposes its lies, and encourages the citizenry to push back against the government’s many injustices. 
And so, Tucker Carlson was duly fired because the globalists, the Great Reset cabal, or the New World Order advocates will not tolerate an upstart populist who could further politically awaken the people and foil their dastardly plans. To them, a global political awakening would be like a fast spreading cancer that needs swift surgical removal if they are to survive to achieve their goals.
This is what Zbigniew Brzezinski, co-founder of the Trilateral Commission and former US National Security Advisor to President Carter, warned fellow elitists about in 2012 during a speech in Poland. He said it was “populist activism” that was creating resistance to external control, and he lamented it was threatening to derail the move towards a new world order.
Although many believe it to be a conspiracy theory, the New World Order totalitarian world government has been looming over us since the early 1950s when James Warburg, son of Paul Warburg who helped birth the federal Reserve in 1913, stated before a U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on 17 February 1950: “We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest.”
Carlson said he sees people under the pressure of the present moment, and that many people are saying things they don’t believe and can’t define to avoid being made an outcast from society, or to be cancelled. It reminds me of Richard Bach’s Jonathan Livingston Seagull who was made outcast by his flock because he wanted to achieve perfect flight, and it threatened them. But by being made outcast he continued to learn, and grew to achieve an unlimited way of being. Finally he returned to the flock to discover that a few others wanted the same thing. However, the flock became hostile to his presence and tried to kill him, causing one seagull to comment:
“I don’t understand how you can manage to love a mob of birds that has just tried to kill you.”
“Oh, Fletch, you don’t love that! You don’t love hatred and evil, of course. You have to practice and see the real gull, the good in every one of them, and to help them see it in themselves. That’s what I mean by love. It’s fun, when you get the knack of it.” 
Will this be our collective challenge in the coming years?
“There always is a countervailing force at work, a counteracting force to the badness,” Carlson asserted. “It’s called goodness.”
“Violence, hate, disorder, division, disorganization, and filth,” characterize evil Tucker surmised. To counteract evil, we need to employ its opposites, which Carlson listed as “calmness, tranquillity, peace, lack of conflict, cleanliness.”
I particularly admired Carlson’s honesty in his Heritage Foundation speech. He has made mistakes and wrong calls, but he has also exposed government lies and made people think. As a former teacher I am well aware that mistakes are the necessary stepping stones on the way to our personal awakening and growth – perfect flight.
If Tucker Carlson is sincere that telling the truth is as important to him as it appeared to be, then he now has to launch himself into flight. Perfect flight. His heroes are those people who paid a heavy price for telling the truth, yet stand firm, he said, adding, “Their example really gives me hope. It thrills me.”
Now free from the constraints mainstream media imposes, perhaps Tucker Carlson can become an even more enlightened messenger of truth to create a powerful wave of political awareness to help us fight to regain not only our democratic freedoms, but our morality, decency, and goodness.
Enjoy Tucker Carlson’s Heritage speech.
Sources and References
 Nesta Webster, World Revolution: The Plot Against Civilization (1921), p. 48
 Robert Collier, FAMILY DEMANDS THE TRUTH: New inquiry may expose events that led to Pat Tillman’s death, September 25, 2005.
 Joachim Hagopian, A History of America’s War on Whistleblowers and Journalists Since 9/11, January 06, 2015
 Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, The Normandy Landing and World War II: The Lies Grow More Audacious, June 07, 2014
 Douglas Reed, The Controversy of Zion (1978), A Preface by Ivor Benson, p. 6 (PDF version)
 John & Nisha Whitehead, The war on free speech is really a war on the right to criticize the government, 25 April 2023
 Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, p. 91