The 21st Century can be aptly described as the century of confusion.  On the one hand, humanity seems safer and more prosperous than ever before.  Food is easily procurable, the last world war ended more than 70 years ago, education is widespread, global transportation and communication is available to all, and the most difficult decision most people make every day is where to go for dinner.

On the other hand, the population is drowning in debt, terrorist attacks are commonplace, the health of the people is the punchline of a tasteless joke, endless foreign wars are waged in third world countries, censorship grows like a cancer within society’s most important public forums, and communist revolutionaries agitate in the streets.

Until recently, those who warned us about losing this seeming paradise were laughed out of the room as alarmists, accused of being “conspiracy theorists” who were just trying to attract attention.  However, recent events have forced even the most dense to admit that there is something terribly wrong with our world.  Whether it is the bombing of middle eastern countries, the hysterical and often violent behavior of socialists, ailing health in the United States, the flagging economy, or everyone and everything being compared to Hitler, it is no long possible to pretend that all is well and that if we just wait and see it will all work out in the end.

Of course, everyone has an opinion on how to save the world.  Some say we need to receive into our own countries the very people we have been carpet bombing for the last generation.  Some say that we need to destroy Russia, to teach not only them, but the rest of the world a lesson.  Some claim that we need the government to take over all areas of the economy and public discourse.  Some think that the world cannot possibly be peaceful again until all the white people are dead.  Others believe that the only way to win is not to play.  Everyone has an opinion, and that is precisely the problem.

For any issue in the public debate there are those who say yay, and others who say nay.  Each side brings forth their “experts,” and the majority of the populace chooses between them based solely on their own preferences and prejudices.  Logical reasoning and critical thinking have given way to hysterical tantrums, sensationalism, and threats.  The search for truth has become such a sensitive matter than one can easily find one’s self imprisoned for simply disagreeing with the political establishment and their lap dogs.  Thus, a famine for truth has sprung upon the west, and most of the populace is so deceived that they do not even realize that they are hungry.

That is where this blog enters.  Thought Criminal Extraordinaire (TCE) is a project launched not only to furnish the reader with politically incorrect concepts and objective facts, but also to teach the reader how to use those facts and concepts to discern truth without the permission of “experts” or authorities.  It aims to improve the world through giving each individual the knowledge and tools necessary to better themselves, rather than attempting to force the matter with legislation.  Readers of this blog will foresee disasters before they strike, possess a working knowledge of forbidden and forgotten history, and understand problems that others do not even know exist.  TCE is written from a Christian world-view, considering all knowledge within the paradigm of scripture and prophecy.