American Police State Episode 13
It has been a little over 100 years since the Bolshevik revolution stormed into Moscow and took it for the revolutionaries. There are a lot of parallels between what happened to the Russian empire after World War 1 and what is currently happening in America. The symbolism of Moscow, ID being a hotspot for authoritarians cracking down on the people. During the Bolshevik revolution Moscow, Russia was not the capitol of the Empire. The Bolsheviks took Moscow and made it their capitol. Boise is not the capitol of the state of Idaho where principled people seem to be more willing to stand against tyranny. It is an educational center of Idaho, with the University of Idaho being there. Its name and what is happening compared to history is very symbolic and we know the cabal that runs this society is all about symbolism. Am I reading too much into this? What do you think? Please Upvote, Reblog and Follow!
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