Join Me on My Journey Towards Joyful Happiness


During my series of hallucinations, which we are now calling “fever dreams,” I realized that there is no point in being depressed or overly negative. I’d already realized that, but I realized it again.

I’m trying to figure out how to square that with the reality of the situation we find ourselves in.

I’m not comfortable pretending like it is possible for Donald Trump to win the 2024 election. I don’t think that is possible, I have not had anyone explain to me how it could be possible, so I’m not going to go out here and say “oh yes, this is very possible.”

To be clear, it is possible in the same sense that any miracle is possible. I do not deny the possibility of miracles, I just don’t think it is responsible to assume that a miracle is going to happen, or to operate with miracles in your calculations.

Regardless, I realize that in recent months, I’ve been too negative.

“Just flee America because everyone is totally doomed” is not a reasonable message.

There are still a lot of good people in America, and there are reasons to be hopeful. The Ukraine war is ending, the Jew war is beginning, people are really against the Jews. There is apparently no new coronavirus hoax starting.

In general, people appear to be waking up to the Jewish problem, and I think this war is going to do a lot to help that process along. The Jews already look completely unhinged, and now they’re in the process of committing a massive slaughter on the premise that the Palestine conflict started last Saturday.

Russia and China are standing against the Jews.

And of course, we’re all still alive. Day-to-day, things are not really that bad for me. I hope they’re not too bad for you either.

All in all, things could be a lot worse, and we should be thankful for what we have, rather than whining about how it’s the apocalypse.

I don’t have any kind of great revelation as to why things are not as bad as I think they are, but just as a guiding matter, I’m going to try not to be so negative, and try to look on the bright side of things while also being realistic.

This, I vow.