“But along the way, America chose to instead pursue power.” The fallacy is in the use of the word “America” because it suggests a nation at one with itself and certainly the people have been culpable in their insularity [no one else exists in the world, apart from those needing American assistance], their “good old American know-how” thought processes, the pursuit of high living standards playing into the hands of the credit providers and the biggie of them all:
It is not the people, nor is it the elected puppets who pull the strings – it is Them. Go to a July encampment at Bohemian Grove, to the depths of Bavaria, to Zurich, to places most people don’t know of but they could know if they bothered to check and there are your Them. Look through suggested members of the NAAC which is merely the official designation suggested by the CFR for those controlling the North American economy. Go to the Washington parties which make Salon Kitty seem a Sunday School picnic, go to Omaha Airforce Base and observe, from a distance, the sale of children and so it goes on.
Rumsfeld and Cheney are only the useful fools who are the visible face of Them. Or Weishaupt. Or Maurice Strong who draws the flak from the online resistance. The really canny members, such as Mr. Auden, never see the light of day. Which members of the Astors or Bundys are string pullers? Which members of the Dupont group?
It’s not even as if we weren’t warned. This blog has consistently quoted Wilson, House, Quigley, Mullins, Griffiths, Xxxl, IPJ, Witterings and others. Yesterday, my former communist lunch companion pointed to Blair being unprincipled. Yes and therefore he was to be given the once over in 1993, just as his successor was given the once over in 1991. Smith conveniently died in 1994 and the rest of the mayhem was, as they say, history.
This blog has consistently written of Them and consistently written of 2012 as the year to watch. Some readers have asked why the fixation with 2012? It’s going to be a significant year, apparently, according to Them. The October 2006 FOMC report alludes to it, as does the CFR, the TLC and it pops up all over the place. The eyes of this blog have never really been on 2007-2009 but on the later years and whereas, in 2006, there were just a few isolated voices breaking through, now we can sit back and watch others do it, as it becomes apparent, even to Blind Freddy and his cat, what is going down.
Either sit back or, as William Gruff writes:
Is it time to consider violence?
Not specifically in the context he has in mind but in general, movements like the Tea Parties are only a mild precursor. And if there is violence in the streets, then the FEMAs and the UK’s EU bolstered spetznaz are ready to handle it, righteous indignation is translated as insurgency/terrorism and “the people” are protected by the helmeted ones, as the ringleaders are rounded up, the subversive bloggers are silenced and we’re assured all is well.
Only dreamers think this revolution is going to result in positive change, just as they thought equality and diversity legislation and “positive discrimination” was going to result in an equitable society but has, in fact, resulted in social dislocation. The moves are so predictable in this drama that even I can see them. Do you remember any time in history when Anglo-Saxon 11 year olds were given The Pill? Does that not strike you as a teensy bit sick and weird that parents no longer seem to care and schools are embracing this c**p?
Meanwhile, the hyper-escalation rushes towards us. Don’t forget the price of gold either.
One of the most powerful pieces of mass brainwashing has been the vilification of opposition to war as a means to “peace on earth”. While I am a patriot to England, to the extent that I would sign up to Dad’s Army the moment the foreign troops amassed, as Hitler’s did, on the far shore, the anti-war voices are divided.
There is little doubt that the long-haired hippy anti-war movement in 60s America was hijacked by the communists and exploited by the USSR, in an effort to demoralize and cripple the nation – Hanoi Jane was one of the useful idiots. Ditto now – the opposition to Afghanistan and Iraq, seen as lefty-liberal tosh and it’s true that it is infested with the PCists and that whole crowd which embraces diversity/equality discrimination and the tree-hugging New Age.
On the other hand, there are those who see that the stated goals of these wars are/were nothing more than smokescreens for the agenda of Them and the military-industrial complex – even Ike saw that and is anyone willing to say he was not a war hero? There was a man who had a conscience late in the game.
My area of study – the early years of the C20th – shows the build up, the careful laying on of treaties and the inevitable implications of that, once the fuse was lit. As John Buchan noted in The Thirty-Nine Steps, it had been ordered and would come as surely as night follows day. That war was planned ahead by Them, it had its necessity in the economic plans of Them and the slaughter of millions was as nothing to those bastards in their stately homes [cf Blair today].
Ian Hay wrote, in The First Hundred Thousand :
War is hell and all that but it has a great deal to recommend it. It wipes out all the small nuisances of peace-time.
That attitude is just one of the many which “reasonable people” are supposed to adopt and to oppose it is to opt for vilification. In WW1, the women were the culpable ones with their white feathers but don’t forget that it was instigated by Admiral Charles Fitzgerald, a willing tool of Them.
As I wrote above, I’ll be the first to sign up to Dad’s Army if there is a genuine visible, external threat to our nation – I’m no pacifist – but I sure as hell am not signing up to any war Cameron or Brown or Obama subscribe me to because I strongly reject the right of these moral pygmies to order the slaughter of millions for political purposes. Wipe out the Taliban – noble but not that way. Wasn’t anything learnt from the Russian experience?
As for a genuine NON-visible, external threat to our nation, then to oppose that, I signed up to The Albion Alliance.