Monday, February 17, 2020

The Other Side of the Styx

"Do not fear change, for I am making you a new creation,
with old things passing away and new things continually on the horizon." -
From Jesus Calling (February 17) by Sarah Young.
My apologies to the folks on both Twitter and Facebook who subscribe to Operation Hyacinth / #OpHyacinth and experienced an interruption in their service. The good people at made some changes to their user interface that I didn't learn quickly enough.

We also experienced glitches with the interfaces between Tumblr and Facebook, so we went back to what works for us. We cut the links to Tumblr, made a few adjustments, and now Guantanamo-on-the-Styx is presented in the right-hand column.

The Guantanamo-on-the-Styx concept is designed to help identify and expose four sinister influences that possess and inspire individuals to craft poisonous, hideous deceptions without remorse, but this is an election year, and we are sharpening our focus on the vectors:

As previously stated in The New Methodology, "the Agents of Behemoth and the Minions of Belial never drummed up much interest. That may be due to a marketing flaw, but their numbers were lagging even before the suspension. Something had to be done."

So we made more adjustments to Guantanamo-on-the-Styx and now the Agents of Behemoth are the primary focus of The Destroyer's Data Mining Project. In our most recent internal survey, we found that Donald Trump's greed, avarice and callous disregard for the emoluments clause makes him 'patron number one' among the 'Patrons of Greed.'

Trump is making his bid to economically disenfranchise the working poor, their families, elderly voters, disabled voters and veterans can be found in all of those groups. It's the most heinous double-cross in recent memory, because Trump promised his supporters that he would protect Social Security. That promise was central to his 2016 presidential campaign and remember: Nobody likes getting double-crossed, not even Trump supporters.