Friday, December 21, 2018

more from my archives. could be something i was working on or something i found and liked. have no memory of which is its origin but i think it says things that want to be said;

“He, who will not reason, is a bigot; he, who cannot, is a fool; and he, who dares not, is a slave.” — William Drummond

“When through a process of law the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and more easily governed by the strong arm of the law applied by the central power of leading financiers. People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders. This is well known among our principle men now engaged in forming an imperialism of [crony] capitalism to govern the world.  By dividing the people we can get them to expend their energies in fighting over questions of no importance to us.” J.P. Morgan

‘Consumers’, like Pavlov’s dog, have been trained very well, so there’s no need to change the game.   Keep the lie simple, repeat it over and over and the masses will swallow it. Globalism fully intends to create one integrated planet under a top-down, locked-down political and economic management system, backed up by force. People don’t want to know the unpleasant truths. They will argue with you if you try to tell them instead of asking what evidence you have.

They can’t handle the truth. They can’t handle the truth because they have been babied, nurtured, lied to, and coddled. A huge portion of our population has become the type of dependent parasite who is utterly incapable of critical thought and must scurry off to their safe spaces to recover if challenged. People like that will never buck the system. People like that will just fall in line and hold out their bowls for more government gruel. In true Orwellian style, the mainstream media ladles out the spin that they’re told to deliver. The “truth” is what CNN and NBC and all those other propaganda outlets say it is, regardless of the actual event. People can witness something with their own eyes and still actually believe the opposite. We’re living in an imaginary world, created by those with money and power.

The Empire enables a medieval concept of ethnicity shared by a small group of neoconservatives to be the determining factor in its aggressive policy. The true heir of the Nazi regime is the Anglo-Zionist Empire, with its global ambitions and never ending colonial wars. There’s no hope in democratic elections given the propagandistic function of the Western media.

Long ago those accused of crimes had the right to fight their accuser using the idea that the righteous one would win because of God’s intervention on their behalf. That idea no longer extends to individuals but continues to be extended to nations in struggle with other nations.

Politically correct thinking, if it can be called that, rules the roost in America. You’re only allowed to speak what the TV and ‘our government’ tell us is true. If you deviate you’ve wandered into crazy land and are marginalized and ignored at best. You really aren’t supposed to write honestly about people in power, or by extension, their wars. ‘Consumers’ choose what reinforces their world view when watching the ‘news’ and decide they’ve discovered reality, when in fact, there’s little means to discover truth by watching ‘programming’. Americans do little new thinking choosing from a menu of approved ideas presented directly or indirectly by government. As America’s continuously lauded state religion, capitalism takes the blame for all its associated evils: layoffs, stagnant wages, home foreclosures, health insurance companies that don’t pay claims.

The American military isn’t a tool for defending the country but for remaking the world as they wish it to be. They won’t be satisfied until they’ve ‘deconstructed’ every standard and replaced it with their globalized nothingness.

We’re being sold a carefully crafted product by ‘our’ powerful elite who are masters in the art of making the public believe that they need exactly what is being sold to them, whether it’s the latest high-tech gadget, or the most charming politician. The Establishment/shadow government and its corporate partners that really run the show pull the strings and dictate the policies, no matter who is ‘president’, aren’t going to allow anyone to take office that will unravel their power structures. Those who have attempted to do so in the past have been put out of commission.

In high school, we learned that the government consisted of three branches, the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial.  This was at least sometimes accurate. Times have changed. The actual branches are more like the President, Israel, the corporations, Wall Street, the media, and the federal bureaucracies.

Since the early 1990s, the American military has operated on the basis of a strategic doctrine that it will allow the existence of no other power that can challenge its military authority on even a regional level. That means that the Empire must be able to field such overwhelming military force that it would be able to defeat another major power, such as China, in a conventional war far away from the borders of America.
This is a recipe for the bleeding white of American society in an insane attempt to maintain its military dominance, which can only end in catastrophe for America and the entire world.  It would be naive to say that war is the only cause of America’s social problems. The most conspicuous element of life in the Empire continues to be the vast chasm between the rich and the poor. The rise of war and militarism are interrelated and has a common root.

In the 17 years that have followed America’s invasion, Afghanistan has become a ‘black hole’ that absorbs all kinds of money.  The level of drug production in Afghanistan has increased 40 times since the day the first American soldier arrived. There are huge financial revenues going somewhere, but it’s still unclear whose pockets it’s going into.

It’s curious that the phenomenon of political “black holes” is not unique. America used Vietnam in this capacity, and most recently, observers have found features of such black holes in Ukraine and Syria. Government soils and dishonors whatever it touches. Government will stop at nothing to maintain its stranglehold on the monopoly of initiated violence. “Law enforcement” mechanisms from the Feds to the local Orcs will do what they’re told to fulfill the political mission they’re assigned. Law enforcement is simply the bloody end of the spear of all politics.

The rubbish that appears in the mainstream media under the rubric of “informed opinion” continues to create a mythical magical kingdom in which Americans all wear white hats and go about slaying dragons because it is good for the whole wide world, even if those heathens don’t appreciate it. That is how Americans like to see themselves, all contrary evidence notwithstanding. The government version of reality in which Washington calls the shots and is empowered to “draw red lines”: all other governments are either client states or adversaries who can be disregarded or bullied into compliance.

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