Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.


In his seminal work “Alice in Wonderland” Lewis Carroll made a number of amazingly insightful quotes, one of my favorites is.

“I try to believe in as many as six impossible things before breakfast. Count them, Alice. One, there are drinks that make you shrink. Two, there are foods that make you grow. Three, animals can talk. Four, cats can disappear. Five, there is a place called Underland. Six, I can slay the Jabberwocky.”

For my own self, living in a day and age of unparalleled access to information and communications while simultaneously watching the majority of the population of the United States of America fall blindly under the sway of a Marxist ideology which is the arch enemy of such free access to both information and communications I can’t help but feel more than a small bit like Alice, waking up in Wonderland.

When the Internet was originally conceived and designed, it’s intention and purpose was to be a research tool. It was designed specifically for the purpose of helping physic’s professors and their graduate students share idea’s and information. The Internet is and always was designed to be… A Digital Library, a fully searchable easily accessible digital library.

Every single application accessible via the internet is and was designed to facilitate this function. While the general public has employed these technologies in various ways, novel, no doubt to those who originally designed the internet, they still retain their original functionality.

From the simplest of applications, such as e-mail to the more exotic such as twitter. The entire Internet is designed around a primary core technology, the storage and retrieval of digital information across any number of individual nodes of any computer network.

Somehow, while nearly every person who uses the internet is aware of this, they also manage to be nearly completely unaware of it at the exact same time.

One, there are drinks that make you shrink

One, The internet makes the world small.

Through a interconnected array of computer networks the spans the entire globe, every person on earth with access to the internet becomes one person removed from every other person connected to the internet. Seven degrees of separation have shrunk down to one degree of separation thanks to globalization, which was the natural and inevitable consequence of the creation of the internet.

Two, there are foods that make you grow

Access to the internet, access to social media, allow a single individual, any individual with imagination drive and personality to reach an audience hundreds of time larger than the number of individuals they could possible come in contact with outside of cyberspace, and through that contact influence vastly more people than would be possible otherwise.

Three, animals can talk.

From the early days of the internet one of it’s most prized and enduring legacies is that of anonymity, anyone can reinvent themselves on the internet anonymously as nearly anyone or thing that they can imagine themselves to be. This concept was personified years ago by a carton published in the New Yorker by Peter Steiner in 1993. It showed a dog sitting at a computer and speaking to another dog standing next to him, it had the caption.. On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.

Four, cats can disappear.

Cat’s disappear on the internet every single hour of every single day. Sometimes of their own volition, sometimes because power mad tyrants find them annoying.

Five, there is a place called Underland

It’s called, the internet… You are there right this very second.

Six, I can slay the Jabberwocky

The Jabberwocky is a poetic description of a terrible monster, one the embodies every form of terror and tyranny imaginable. The concept of slaying the Jabberwocky is as integral to the internet as it’s basic functions a digital library, the creator of the internet’s Jabberwocky was ignorance and the function has not changed, even though the internet is employed by most of it’s denizens as a form of entertainment.

Marxism is creeping over America, casting an ever growing darkness of indoctrination and propaganda. It’s advocates have infiltrated the academic, entertainment and political centers of the United States, robbing America’s children and citizens of their true history and birthright.

Six, I believe I can slay the Jabberwocky… Perhaps not by myself, but fortunately, I am not alone in this fight against Marxist tyranny that threatens the United States of America. There are hundreds, nay, thousands, or even tens of thousands of Cheshire Cat’s and Jaberwocky slayer’s here fighting the good fight right along side of me. Knowledge, education, fact’s rational logical reasoning are our weapons, and so long as we have access to the internet, we will use these tools to slay the Jaberwocky…

Will you have the courage of your convictions to join us in this fight, this epic battle to preserve the Constitutional Republic of the United States of America…

To quote Ronald Wilson Reagan, If not us – who? If not now – when? ~ Ronald Reagan

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4 thoughts on “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.

  1. What a brilliant respite .
    Thank you ….I’m still here.
    Could I have your mind when
    it’s no longer useful ?
    Seriously , SWalker take a deep breath ….
    Still with you …..no question .
    Bravo

  2. SWalker using an Alice in Wonderland metaphor. Officially, this must be everything. There can’t be more. DEAR GOD THERE CAN’T BE MORE.

  3. Simply brilliant my friend! I love what you did there! Can I borrow a few brain cells? 🙂 Mine seem to be a bit um underdeveloped, lol.

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