The Uprising Decomplexified & The Madness Of William Barr

[Read more from NOTES FROM DISGRACELAND and follow on Twitter] 30. VIII 2020 Do not ask him to be content, ask him only to be calm, to believe that he has found his place. But only the madman is really calm. (Antonin Artaud). On a superficial level the Jul-28 Congressional testimony of Bill Barr was all it hadn’t promised to be. There were no scandalous new discoveries, no big confessions, no legal ambushes or breakthroughs, just routine obfuscations, deflections, pivots, denials and false

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7 thoughts on “The Uprising Decomplexified & The Madness Of William Barr

  1. Thank you for the work going into this. Wm. Barr is truly a scary man. At one point in an interview he was asked if he cared about his legacy, he replied, ‘everyone dies.’ He went on to clarify that he meant that he was not going to live long so no he did not care what people thought about him now or in the future. To have not a care about what others think if your actions is the strongest definition of a psychopath. Our AG the psychopath meets our president the narcissist psychopath, the denigration of the USA is the result.

  2. William Barr
    “Instead, social order must flow up from the people themselves — freely obeying the dictates of inwardly-possessed and commonly-shared moral values. And to control willful human beings, with an infinite capacity to rationalize, those moral values must rest on authority independent of men’s will — they must flow from a transcendent Supreme Being.”
    He is not insane, he is a Zealot.
    He does not consider that religious freedom means others can have moral values different than his own.

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