Monday, August 3, 2020

My Debt to Mike Adams


The outspoken, courageous conservative criminologist and prolific writer Mike Adams has died at age 55. Tragically, he took his own life, (I have  hesitations ) struggling under an unbelievable burden he has borne for years now as a result of the fact that he stood up so fearlessly to the bullying of the increasingly irrational leftist orthodoxy that dominates academia.

The way in which the mainstream media is reporting his passing, however predictable, is a disgraceful scandal. It shows nothing more clearly than what Mike has been saying for years: our elite culture has gone off the rails, and its vicious fury in demolishing those who stand against it grows more depraved every day.

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  1. The uncivil and immoral have taken another life. This is not who we are .

  2. Beautifully written from the heart. I did not know Mike, but
    I know this to be true, I wish there were hundreds of thousands
    of Mike's to keep us on the right track.
    I have a hard time with the 'suicide' official story, too.

  3. I too have my doubts about this being a suicide. Adams was a threat to the liberal orthodoxy of the UNC system and was a disruptive element with the walls. Freed from the restrictions of academia and with $500,000 in his pocket I dare say somebody felt he represented an even greater threat on the outside than he did on the inside. I can imagine that he already had a scathing essay about it already underway. I'd bet it disappeared along with his life.

    1. I can imagine that he already had a scathing essay about it already underway. I'd bet it disappeared along with his life.

      Thanks and could well be.

  4. I'm sad for Mike. After reading Lopez's article I doubt Mike suicide. You can't argue with a socialist. Instead We need to learn the art of being persuasive. A socialist will smile the whole time they are lying to you. We should smile, start with a statement but then end with question. Questions always confuse.

  5. I was not impressed at all with this Tribute to Mike Adams. Here is what still sticks in my craw - if you don't mind me repeating myself, Brock.
    Alexander: Why do you believe Mike Adams killed himself? Why do you accept the Ruling of Suicide as Final from Law Authorities based on nothing other than "he was alone and there is no reason to suspect foul play." You clearly are not alone in accepting this. However, we both know there are plenty of reasons to suspect foul play - in a normal world, that is exactly what most everyone would suspect.
    Your words remind me of a Covid19 Mask wearer who doesn't really believe in this Scamdemic, but you wear the Mask of Submission any how, surrendering to the Evil ones who wish Humanity great harm. Do you really believe that Mike did a 180 and committed suicide just before getting his $500,000 and starting a new life? I have read everything Mike Adams wrote on his Twitter feed over the last two years including the recent ‘Massa’ tweet plus interviews he gave about his plans once he retired and could devote his life to Pro-Life activities.
    No way was this man suicidal based on the life he was living… was the anxiety too much for him in the last few months? Did he seek medical help? Was he given a prescription known to cause people to kill themselves? Autopsy, please?We'll never know. Where is Mike’s body now? Is there no family? NO friends? No advocates at all for this man who everyone says they really really liked, really!
    Is everyone so naive (or just frightened at the prospect) to think there is no way to assassinate a person who lives alone and have it look like suicide? Irrational Fear has truly taken over our Land with this unwarranted worldwide lockdown, mask wearing, threats of forced jabs - life is never going back to "normal." All reason went out the door and it ain't coming back.
    Alexander, Do you think Mike would be surprised how easily another scam was accomplished on taking him out and getting it ruled Suicide? All before he could get down to Serious Business speaking out about what's really going on with the demonic forces ruling our country.

    1. Well said, My Dear.