Chicken & Waffles | “The Bipolar Boogie”

January 11, 2022 in Columnists, News by RBN Staff




Source: Federal Observer

By Charlie Dickens

I’m calling this article “Chicken & Waffles,” which seems appropriate since no one has the chutzpah to take control of this situation and because of the flip-flops on a Wuhan course of action. The America I love would not allow this to continue, but alas, that America is gone.

My alternate title is “The Bipolar Boogie” because of the nearly solid rhythmic frequency of the releases and reversals about the Wuhan pandemic. But we’re all groovin’ to the same lie.

America and the world are in flux – constantly changing and still held hostage by this lie. We struggle to break free, to find a way out, but a new variant pops up, and we’re back in the gulag.

Strange how that continues to happen… Boogie On!

America was one of the most intelligent and creative nations on this planet, yet we can’t figure out how to control the political and medical monster Dr. Fauci unleashed. OK, he didn’t do it alone. He paid someone to mutate the virus, but the public-relations disaster and responsibility for the economic devastation land squarely on him. He took the Hippocratic Oath as a doctor: “First do no harm.” We all know the hyperbole of an oath.

Joseph Stalin said: “Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns; why should we let them have ideas? I don’t see any pretense of that American intelligence lately.

Joseph Goebbels – the chief propagandist for the Nazi Party, said: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic, and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.” The lies and deceit never end – it’s all one massive fabrication.

I continually use Goebbels, Stalin, and several other historical oppressors because they wrote the playbook governments, like ours, use to manipulate their people. Read the quotes and see the parallels in American and other countries.

Fauci will never face the music for violating his oath or for the damage he’s fostered. His decisions cause irreparable harm to us all physically, emotionally, spiritually, and economically, especially to poorer Americans. How does this uphold the commitment/oath above? How do we reconcile this? Again, the spiritual concerns belong to God, but what about the damage to our country and the world?

I use Fauci as the collector for this monumentally moronic medical mendacity when in all honesty, he’s just the DemoSocs’ puppet. But boy, is he well paid for lying. What does it profit a man who gains the world at the cost of his soul?

I read that somewhere…

All this indecision and vacillating makes no sense. We have the technology, tools, and minds to collaborate with other really, really smart people in other countries to conquer Fauci’s monster, but we can’t seem to hit the floor with our hat!

We’re ignoring the elephant in this tiny room.

My civilian diagnosis would be either Manic Depression or Delirium. I took a couple of semesters of psychology in college, and there’s always the internet at: as a reference.

Bipolar Disorder, aka Manic Depression, is a state of mind characterized by mood swings caused by multiple genetic and non-genetic factors, a medical condition. It’s also a great tune written by Jimi Hendrix covered here by Seal and Jeff Beck.

Delirium – Theme – causes are metabolic imbalances from chronic diseases, drugs, alcohol, medication, surgery, intoxication, or withdrawal.

As you can see from the scholarly observations in these descriptions, they’re not sure what causes these diseases either, so what you see are excuses. I hold the speculative and observational pseudo-science of psychology in relatively low regard. I believe they develop rationalizations for many behavioral issues creating perennial patients who spend a fortune but never seem to advance through treatment.

Cash Cow – Moo…

I’m not disparaging anyone in treatment. I firmly believe psychology has merit. Coincidentally, their oath’s first line is also – “I will do no harm…” You should read it.

There are other possible diagnoses and salient reasons for Merkas’s mental state; regardless of our problems’ terminology, name, or disorder, we are in some really deep kimchi.

  • I realized the inability to diagnose, attribute, and treat these disorders accurately is why they say doctors practice medicine rather than provide medical care. Sacrifice is necessary to further science, and eventually, they get it right. Practice does make perfect.

There are over 1 million active physicians and 126 virologists in America. These 126 people chose a distinct and precise discipline of medical science to study. Becoming a virologist requires 10 to 12 years of college education and lab rotations – working in laboratories as a scientist’s assistant doing virus research.

I recently heard from the Politically Aligned Media that anyone having read five books on the same subject is considered an expert. Could this be part of our problem? I’ve read all fifteen of Dickens’ novels and countless others of his writings, but I am far from an expert.

After 20 plus years as a professional virologist, I would think that a few of them would have all their ‘shit in one sock’ and know the god-damn job! Then why, oh why are we having such a difficult time sorting out what to do with the Wuhan plague?

Hands… Anyone… Anyone…

Ah ha, the elephant in the room!

This pandemic situation, the issues we endure right now with this insane lack of direction and monumental indecision, comes from turning the Wuhan virus into a political weapon.

Never let a good crisis go to waste!

If there is anything we’ve learned from our history, it’s that we cannot pass up the opportunity to capitalize on calamity; politically, personally, socially, spiritually, or financially.

We’ve been riding this dragon for over two years, and we are not even close to divining fact from fiction. Our government is lying to the world, and the world is lapping up these lies like thirsty dogs. The politicians misrepresenting us are professional hucksters, charlatans, and liars. If there is truth, it’s buried under hundreds of hectares of feedlot fodder and bucolic bovine bullshit. The facts may never see the light of day, and even if truth did emerge from internment, how would we know the wheat from the weeds?

This situation reminds me of the famous fables of ‘‘Henny Penny’‘ and ‘The Boy Who Cried, Wolf.’ Both illustrate the cost of protracted prevarication. Two years in, and we’re no closer to the truth than when this began. The medical community is pointing and spinning like a whirly-gig in a windstorm, and the people we should trust are conjuring the storms.

Richard Wagner could turn this into an epic opera like Der Ring des Nibelungen which only takes fifteen hours to perform. The libretto for “The Bipolar Boogie” is already written; now, it needs a score.

Maybe we need a more down-home southern feel; Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Chicken & Waffles” on stage at the Kennedy Center in Swamp Central!

In 1918, another pandemic called the Spanish Flu – H1N1 – lasted about two years and killed an estimated 50 million people, roughly 2% of the world population of 1.2 billion.

  • 675,000 in the US.

Wuhan (SARS CoV-2) has lasted about two years, killed an estimated 5.43 million people worldwide, roughly 3.4% of the world population of 7.8 billion).

  • 823,000 in the US.

These statistics prove absolutely NOTHING! They are numbers. I can spin them in any way and draw any conclusion I want to fit my narrative. That’s the point.

The world of medicine in 1918 was vastly different than it is today. The most significant difference is that America’s government in 1918 did not capitalize on the H1N1 pandemic as the 2020 Merkan Gubmint is today with the Wuhan pandemic.

Of even more significance to this discussion is that the H1N1 Spanish Flu is avian in origin, whereas Covid is an intentional mutation of a mammalian virus. H1N1 came from birds, and SARS CoV-2 was found in bats.

Genes are not Tinker-Toys. We cavalierly graft and splice genes and things together, creating bigger, badder bugs with little thought to the potentialities. What if – should always be one of the first questions asked.

What if this gets loose? But, you see, these are not research projects; they are biological weapons.

Although I make light of this situation, it isn’t funny. People die from this intentional political confusion. Worse yet, is the damage done to scientific credibility. I know I’m starting to question everything, even my physician, whom I trust with my life.

This controversy has damaged America’s soul, so I ask again, what does it profit a man if he gains the world at the cost of his soul?

January 9, 2022

~ The Author ~
Charles R. Dickens was born in 1951, is a veteran of the Vietnam, for which he volunteered, and the great-great grandson of the noted author, whose name he shares.

He is a fiercely proud American, who still believes this is the greatest country on the planet, with which we’ve lost control and certainly our direction. He grew up in moderate financial surrounding; were not rich by any stretch, but didn’t go hungry – his incredibly hard working father saw to that. As most from that era, he learned about life from his father, whose story would take too long to tell, other than to say that, he is also a fiercely proud American; a WWII and Korean war, veteran Marine.

Charlie was educated in the parochial system which, demanded that you actually learn something, and have capability to retain it before you advance. He attended several universities in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree, and chased the goose further to a master’s, and has retained some very definite ideas about education in this country.

In addition, Charlie is a professional (struggling) blues guitar and vocalist – a musician. This is his therapy career. Nothing brings him as much joy as playing music, and he wishes that he could make a living at it… maybe some day!

That’s Charlie… a proud, opinionated, and passionate American.