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Friday, March 31, 2017

Make America Great Again

Make America Great Again

By The Last Boy In Line
Friday, March 31, 2017

There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the
sword. The other is by debt. -- 2nd U.S. President John Adams 1826

Republics are created by the virtue, public spirit, and intelligence
of the citizens. They fall, when the wise are banished from the
public councils, because they dare to be honest, and the profligate
are rewarded, because they flatter the people, in order to betray
them. -- US Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story 1833

America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter
and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.
-- 16th U.S. President Abraham Lincoln 1865

Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The Bankers
own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power
to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen they will create
enough deposits to buy it back again. However, take it away from
them, and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear and they
ought to disappear, for this would be a happier and better world
to live in. But, if you wish to remain the slaves of Bankers and pay
the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create deposits.
-- Sir Josiah Stamp 1st Baron Stamp 1927

Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt.
-- 31st U.S. President Herbert Hoover 1933

Plan of Action For U.S. Spend! Spend! Spend! Under The Guise
of Recovery - Bust The Government - Blame The Capitalist For
The Failure - Junk The Constitution And Declare A Dictatorship.
-- Chicago Tribune Cartoon 1934

The jews are one of the principal forces attempting to lead the
U.S. into war. The jews' greatest danger to this country lies in
their large ownership and influence in our motion pictures, our
press, our radio, and our Government. I am saying the leaders of
the jewish race wish to involve us in wars that are not American.
-- Congressman Charles Lindbergh September 11, 1941

The accomplice to the crime of corruption is frequently
our own indifference. -- Bess Myerson Miss America 1945

I think the biggest threat we have to our national security is our
debt. -- Admiral Mike Mullen President Obama's Joint Chief of Staff
July 06, 2010

This debt is like a cancer... it is truly going to destroy the country
from within. -- Erskine Bowles Co-Chair President Obama's National
Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform July 11, 2010

President Obama has almost doubled our national debt to more
than $19 trillion and growing. And yet, what do we have to show
for it? Our roads and bridges are falling apart, our airports are in
Third World condition, and forty-three million Americans are on
food stamps. -- 45th U.S. President Donald Trump July 21, 2016

Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope.
-- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. —from "I Have A Dream" speech,
Washington, D.C., August 28, 1963

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The Zombie Nation

The Zombie Nation

By Forty Two
March 29, 2017

This zombie nation is our own creation
Caused by complete contamination

When the kool aid virus infected education
Removing critical thinking from a generation

In the evening breeze you can smell the stink
From a population that can no longer think

Where fact and fiction freely interlink
In the echo chamber of group think

The damage is paraded for all to see
From the social justice warrior lobotomy

That makes satan's minions a privileged class
They print up the money and steal all of the cash

Any criticism of the system is branded hate
In order to shut down any debate

Just take a look around for this realization
That you are now living in a zombie nation

Monday, March 27, 2017

The Lie We Live

The Lie We Live

By Spencer Cathcart
Information Clearing House
March 27, 2017

At this moment you could be anywhere, doing anything.

Instead you sit alone before a screen.

So what’s stopping us from doing what we want?

Being where we want to be?

Each day we wake up in the same room and follow the same path,
to live the same day as yesterday.

Yet at one time each day was a new adventure.

Along the way something changed.

Before our days were timeless, now our days are is this what it
means to be grown up?

To be free?

But are we really free?

Food, water, land.

The very elements we need to survive are owned by corporations.

There’s no food for us on trees, no freshwater in streams,
no land to build a home.

If you try and take what the Earth provides you’ll be locked away.

So we obey their rules.

We discover the world through a textbook.

For years we sit and regurgitate what we’re told.

Tested and graded like subjects in a lab.

Raised not to make a difference in this world,
raised to be no different.

Smart enough to do our job but not to question why we do it.

So we work and work, left with no time to live the life we work for.

Until a day comes when we are too old to do our job.

It is here we are left to die.

Our children take our place in the game.

To us our path is unique, but together we are nothing
more than fuel.

The fuel that powers the elite.

The elite who hide behind the logos of corporations.

This is their world.

And their most valuable resource is not in the ground.

It is us.

We build their cities, we run their machines, we fight their wars.

After all, money isn’t what drives them.

It’s power.

Money is simply the tool they use to control us.

Worthless pieces of paper we depend on to feed us, move us,
entertain us.

They gave us money and in return we gave them the world.

Where there were trees that cleaned our air are now factories
that poison it.

Where there was water to drink, is toxic waste that stinks.

Where animals ran free, are factory farms where they
are born and slaughtered endlessly for our satisfaction.

Over a billion people are starving, despite us having enough
food for everybody.

Where does it all go?

70% of the grain we grow is fed to fatten the animals you eat
for dinner.

Why help the starving?

You can’t profit off them.

We are like a plague sweeping the earth, tearing apart
the very environment that allows us to live.

We see everything as something to be sold, as an object
to be owned.

But what happens when we have polluted the last river?

Poisoned the last breath of air?

Have no oil for the trucks that bring us our food?

When will we realize money can’t be eaten, that it has no value?

We aren’t destroying the planet.

We are destroying all life on it.

Every year thousands of species go extinct.

And time is running out before we’re next.

If you live in America there’s a 41% chance you’ll get cancer.

Heart disease will kill one out of three Americans.

We take prescription drugs to deal with these problems, but
medical care is the third leading cause of death behind cancer
and heart disease.

We’re told everything can be solved by throwing money at
scientists so they can discover a pill to make our problems
go away.

But the drug companies and cancer societies rely on our suffering
to make a profit.

We think we’re running for a cure, but really we’re running away
from the cause.

Our body is a product of what we consume and the food we eat
is designed purely for profit.

We fill ourselves with toxic chemicals.

The bodies of animals infested with drugs and diseases.

But we don’t see this.

The small group of corporations that own the media don’t want
us to.

Surrounding us with a fantasy we’re told is reality.

It’s funny to think humans once thought the earth
was the center of the universe.

But then again, now we see ourselves as the center
of the planet.

We point to our technology and say we’re the smartest.

But do computers, cars, and factories really illustrate
how intelligent we are?

Or do they show how lazy we’ve become.

We put this “civilized” mask on.

But when you strip that away what are we?

How quickly we forget only within past hundred years did
we allow women to vote; allow blacks to live as equals.

We act as if we are all-knowing beings, yet there is much
we fail to see.

We walk down the street ignoring all the little things.

The eyes who stare.

The stories they share.

Seeing everything as a background to ‘me’.

Perhaps we fear we’re not alone.

That we are a part of a much bigger picture.

But we fail to make the connection.

We’re okay killing pigs, cows, chickens, strangers from foreign
lands.

But not our neighbours, not our dogs, our cats, those we have
come to love and understand.

We call other creatures stupid yet we point to them to justify
our actions.

But does killing simply because we can, because we always have,
make it right?

Or does it show how little we’ve learned.

That we continue to act out of primal aggression rather than
thought and compassion.

One day, this sensation we call life will leave us.

Our bodies will rot, our valuables recollected.

Yesterday’s actions all that remain.

Death constantly surrounds us, still it seems so distant from
our everyday reality.

We live in a world on the verge of collapse.

The wars of tomorrow will have no winners.

For violence will never be the answer; it will destroy every
possible solution.

If we all look at our innermost desire, we will see our dreams
are not so different.

We share a common goal.

Happiness.

We tear the world apart looking for joy, without ever looking
within ourselves.

Many of the happiest people are those who own the least.

But are we really so happy with our iPhones, our big houses,
our fancy cars?

We’ve become disconnected by idolizing people we’ve never met.

We witness the extraordinary on screens but ordinary everywhere
else.

We wait for someone to bring change without ever thinking
of changing ourselves.

Presidential elections might as well be a coin toss.

It’s two sides of the same coin.

We choose which face we want and the illusion of choice,
of change is created.

But the world remains the same.

We fail to realize the politicians don’t serve us;
they serve those who fund them into power.

We need leaders, not politicians.

But in this world of followers, we have forgotten to lead ourselves.

Stop waiting for change and be the change you want to see.

We didn’t get to this point by sitting on our asses.

The human race survived not because we are fastest
or the strongest, but because we worked together.

We have mastered the act of killing.

Now let’s master the joy of living.

This isn’t about saving the planet.

The planet will be here whether we are or not.

Earth has been around for billions of years,
each of us will be lucky to last eighty.

We are a flash in time, but our impact is forever.

I often wished I lived in an age before computers,
when we didn’t have screens to distract us.

But I realize there's one reason why this is the only time I want to
be alive.

Because here today, we have an opportunity we never had before.

The internet gives us the power to share a message and unite
millions around the world.

While we still can we must use our screens to bring us closer
together, rather than farther apart.

For better or worse, our generation will determine the future
of life on this planet.

We can either continue to serve this system of destruction until
no memory of our existence remains.

Or we can wake up and realize we aren’t evolving upwards,
but rather falling down...we just have screens in our faces
so we don’t see where we’re heading.

This present moment is what every step, every breath and every
death has led to.

We are the faces of all who came before us.

And now it is our turn.

You can choose to carve your own path or follow the road countless
others have already taken.

Life is not a movie.

The script isn’t already written.

We are the writers.

This is Your Story, Their Story, Our Story.


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article44357.htm

Friday, March 24, 2017

Dead Man Tales

Dead Man Tales

By Nobody Important
March 24, 2017

Dead Man Tales

shards of glass pearl the emperor's rise,
his arms embracing upon our sins and lies,

do not deceive yourself my friend,
in the twilight of our beings, our corruption, merges and blends,

there is no pride, no honor,
no love remains in the barren morrow,

feeble and frail our hopes lift to the sky,
a mother's wish, a child's cry,

the poison you see, lies within you and me,
an intricate clockwork of apathetic machinery.

... tell me my friend;

when will our blind gaze shy past the egoism and brutality,
that are so elegantly embroiled upon the fabrics of society,

through the silky threads of greed and immorality,
which, much like our desires, overlap and intertwine,
within the hollowness of this reality,

so that our tongue may be freed from the taboos and profanity,
which mist veils the flaws of humanity,

stumbling forth in the dead of the night,
the ghastly vapors still in sight,

drunk in hazardous stupor for what we fail to conceive,
our seven kings, eternal;

...and us, their dreaded queen.

my friend;

we preach visions of spiritual elevation,
gullible bricks held together by the mortar of hypocrisy
and temptation,

within our very temples of hopelessness and arbitrary salvation,
we poison ourselves with the ivy that stems from the gullibility
of creation,

the incense smoke of holy righteousness pours down our visage,
as our pilgriming soul wanders through the dark brume mirage,

feeble flames clawing through the blissful night,
plunging to middle-earth as our wings shrivel and melt.

... my friend, why are you scared?

you lit those very candles, that now betray your flight,
head low, eyes closed, but still looking for the light,

now their hands weigh heavy on your fleeting mind,
quenching your thirst... making you blind.

... do not loose yourself in the etherial stream,
fading away in those emerald waters,

a lost man,
a fleeting dream,

wake up! open your eyes!!
thou art a sailor lost in a sea of lies,

lost? yes.
but blessed with the ability of thought,

research, think... write,
until the the fumes of doubt are thinned to naught,

yet what can a single man do against the currents and tides?
a maelstrom of ink that all encompasses and hides?

I see you... you evil sprites,
armed with the gleaming mirrors of media oppression,

shining, "truth" on all blights,
fabricating ignorance and regression,

brewing the cauldron stirs,
as fair is foul and foul is fair,

through the lies of a pen,
we wage war out of thin air,

how many drops is a life worth?
how many parents must we soil deep inside the earth?

... critical thinking is key my friend,
the truth wears no tie,

and no matter how innocent,
a lie, stays a lie,

contorted and bent they snicker and pry,
but soon the wells of patience shall run dry,

fear that very day;
O devils in disguise,

for when the lambs ascend to lions,
they shall finally realize,

that no matter how many times we try,
to be mindlessly ruled is highly unwise;

'tis a world ruled be the flames of wealth and success,
no place for a newborn's innocence and a mother's loving caress,

for when in the 70's the cross kisses the hand,
and souls become the currency for land,

may the silence of the innocent,
quell the dogs of war,

or the guilty's void,
unleash an atomic roar;

... my friend,
'tis bitterness that which you sense in my voice,

as surely as the wind sails the routes of immigration,
the dollar controls the fate of a nation,

to forgive is not to forget,
neither racism, nor slavery, nor national debt,

to forge forth conscious of the past,
to the promised existence of prosperity at last,

one must first reflect and instruct,
so that our youth may grow smart,
in a world that is violent and abrupt;

as the dove coos humanity to sleep,
my mind still hazy as I drift in deep,

may a lotus bloom on this summer's eve,
as the dukes arms drive a new millennia's breeze,

and humanity, a firefly;
takes to the sky.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Proverbs

Proverbs

By Expotera
March 21, 2017

The man who speaks the truth is always at ease. — Persian Proverb

He who runs after fortune runs away from peace. — African Proverb

He who is unable to dance says that the yard is stony.
— Masai Proverb

He who wants a rose must respect the thorns. — Persian Proverb

We learn little from victory, much from defeat. — Japanese Proverb

Anger has no eyes. — Chinese Proverb

He that beats the drum for the mad man to dance is no better than the mad man himself. — African Proverb

Anger and madness are brothers. — African Proverb

Teeth do not see poverty. — Masai Proverb

Even the best cooking pot will not produce food. — African Proverb

Better little than too little. — Cameroonian Proverb

You can say anything to a man with a full stomach.
— Jamaican Proverb

A beggar on his feet is better than an emperor in his grave.
— French Proverb

If wishes were horses beggars might ride. — Russian Proverb

Better bread with water than cake with trouble. — Russian Proverb

At the end of the game the king and the pond go back into
the same box. — Italian Proverb

The night has ears. — Masai Proverb

Even a small star shines in the darkness. — Danish Proverb

However long the night the dawn will break. — African Proverb

This too shall pass. — Persian Proverb

It is crooked wood that shows the best sculptor. — African Proverb

If your only tool is a hammer, you will see every problem as a nail.
— Gambian Proverb

You cannot build a house for last year’s summer.
— Ethiopian Proverb

He who burns down his house knows why ashes cost a fortune.
— African Proverb

Do a good deed and throw it into the sea. — Egyptian Proverb

Slander by the stream will be heard by the frogs.
— Mozambican Proverb

A flea can trouble a lion more than a lion can trouble a flea.
— Kenyan Proverb

Even the lion, the king of the forest, protects himself against flies.
— Ghanaian Proverb

The young bird does not crow until it hears the old ones.
— Tswana Proverb

A bird that flies off the earth and lands on an anthill is still
on the ground. — Igbo Proverb

Birds sing not because they have answers but because they
have songs. — African Proverb

One who bathes willingly with cold water doesn’t feel the cold.
— Fipa Proverb

You cannot awake a person who is pretending to be alseep.
— Navajo Proverb

If you pick up one end of the stick you also pick up the other.
— Ethiopian Proverb

The tree often hides the forest. — French Proverb

When the roots of a tree begin to decay, it spreads death to
the branches. — Nigerian Proverb

If you cut your chains you free yourself, if you cut your roots
you die. — African Proverb

No matter how beautiful and well crafted a coffin might look,
it will not make anyone wish for death. — African Proverb

Where you will sit when you are old shows where you stood in
youth. — Yoruba Proverb

The death of an elderly man is like a burning library.
— Ivorian Proverb

The worlds of the elders do not lock all the doors; they leave
the right door open. — Zambian Proverb

Wisdom is like a baobab tree; no one individual can embrace it.
— Ewe Proverb

You cannot name a child that is not born. — African Proverb

The child you sired hasn’t sired you. — Somali Proverb

An orphaned calf licks its own back. — Kenyan Proverb

A beautiful thing is never perfect. — Egyptian Proverb

A child is a child of everyone. — Sudanese Proverb

When you show the moon to a child, it sees only your finger.
— Zambian Proverb

Be a mountain or lean on one. — Somali Proverb

We desire to bequeath two things to our children; the first one is
roots, the other one is wings. — Sudanese Proverb

When the grandmother's speak the earth will be healed.
— Hopi Proverb

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Psalms 37

Psalms 37

By A Psalm of David
March 18, 2017

1 Do not fret because of evildoers,
Nor be envious of the workers of iniquity.

2 For they shall soon be cut down like the grass,
And wither as the green herb.

3 Trust in the Lord, and do good;
Dwell in the land, and feed on His faithfulness.

4 Delight yourself also in the Lord,
And He shall give you the desires of your heart.

5 Commit your way to the Lord,
Trust also in Him,
And He shall bring it to pass.

6 He shall bring forth your righteousness as the light,
And your justice as the noonday.

7 Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him;
Do not fret because of him who prospers in his way,
Because of the man who brings wicked schemes to pass.

8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath;
Do not fret—it only causes harm.

9 For evildoers shall be cut off;
But those who wait on the Lord,
They shall inherit the earth.

10 For yet a little while and the wicked shall be no more;
Indeed, you will look carefully for his place,
But it shall be no more.

11 But the meek shall inherit the earth,
And shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace.

12 The wicked plots against the just,
And gnashes at him with his teeth.

13 The Lord laughs at him,
For He sees that his day is coming.

14 The wicked have drawn the sword
And have bent their bow,
To cast down the poor and needy,
To slay those who are of upright conduct.

15 Their sword shall enter their own heart,
And their bows shall be broken.

16 A little that a righteous man has
Is better than the riches of many wicked.

17 For the arms of the wicked shall be broken,
But the Lord upholds the righteous.

18 The Lord knows the days of the upright,
And their inheritance shall be forever.

19 They shall not be ashamed in the evil time,
And in the days of famine they shall be satisfied.

20 But the wicked shall perish;
And the enemies of the Lord,
Like the splendor of the meadows, shall vanish.
Into smoke they shall vanish away.

21 The wicked borrows and does not repay,
But the righteous shows mercy and gives.

22 For those blessed by Him shall inherit the earth,
But those cursed by Him shall be cut off.

23 The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord,
And He delights in his way.

24 Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down;
For the Lord upholds him with His hand.

25 I have been young, and now am old;
Yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken,
Nor his descendants begging bread.

26 He is ever merciful, and lends;
And his descendants are blessed.

27 Depart from evil, and do good;
And dwell forevermore.

28 For the Lord loves justice,
And does not forsake His saints;
They are preserved forever,
But the descendants of the wicked shall be cut off.

29 The righteous shall inherit the land,
And dwell in it forever.

30 The mouth of the righteous speaks wisdom,
And his tongue talks of justice.

31 The law of his God is in his heart;
None of his steps shall slide.

32 The wicked watches the righteous,
And seeks to slay him.

33 The Lord will not leave him in his hand,
Nor condemn him when he is judged.

34 Wait on the Lord,
And keep His way,
And He shall exalt you to inherit the land;
When the wicked are cut off, you shall see it.

35 I have seen the wicked in great power,
And spreading himself like a native green tree.

36 Yet he passed away,[a] and behold, he was no more;
Indeed I sought him, but he could not be found.

37 Mark the blameless man, and observe the upright;
For the future of that man is peace.

38 But the transgressors shall be destroyed together;
The future of the wicked shall be cut off.

39 But the salvation of the righteous is from the Lord;
He is their strength in the time of trouble.

40 And the Lord shall help them and deliver them;
He shall deliver them from the wicked,
And save them,
Because they trust in Him.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Satan's Minions

Satan's Minions

By Belinda van Rensburg
March 15, 2017

The enemy's always attempting to render
Each upright, faithful Christian defender
Powerless; useless; unable to show
Sinners and seekers the Way to go.

He uses those in his bonded employ
To divert, to bait, to trip and annoy;
To keep us busy so that we can't
Sow good seeds when it's time to plant.

Their lips are full of lies and deceit;
They set their traps for the righteous; the meek
Lying in wait to steal and destroy
Our lives, our faith, our peace and our joy.

Slander and malice are tools in their hands;
Weapons they wield against those in the land
Who are quietly doing what God told them to do
Who yield to God with hearts strong and true.

Be truthful and just and you will see
Satan's minions turn round and flee:
Live in God's Light and you will deflect
The enemy's plans and destructive effect.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Tecumseh

Tecumseh

By Shawnee Chief Tecumseh (1768-1813)
Sunday, March 12, 2017

Live your life that the fear of death can never enter your heart.

Trouble no one about his religion.

Respect others in their views and demand that they respect yours.

Love your life, perfect your life, beautify all things in your life.

Seek to make your life long and of service to your people.

Prepare a noble death song for the day when you go over the
great divide.

Always give a word or sign of salute when meeting or passing
a friend, or even a stranger, if in a lonely place.

Show respect to all people, but grovel to none.

When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the light,
for your life, for your strength.

Give thanks for your food and for the joy of living.

If you see no reason to give thanks, the fault lies in yourself.

Abuse no one and no thing, for abuse turns the wise ones to
fools and robs the spirit of its vision.

When your time comes to die, be not like those whose hearts are
filled with fear of death, so that when their time comes they weep
and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a
different way.

Sing your death song, and die like a hero going home.

Let us take to the clouds....

Thursday, March 9, 2017

No Love No Mercy

No Love No Mercy

By Joe Fettig
March 9, 2017

In a small world being judged by worthless fools
Blinded by the illusion easily being used as a tool

Keeping the enemy fooled with the smoke and mirrors
They will never know the real plan everything becomes unclear

The slow bitter attack wrapping around there mind like a snake
Taking away the power until the opponent breaks

An attack that is so hard to spot very indirect
Vanishing in the mist nothing left in sight to detect

Fighting all the way to the death
No Love No Mercy until they take their last breath

No mercy in a cold war
Hidden agenda's divided into four

Raining blood through the soldiers eye's
Black operation's assassin of spies

The Art of War flows like the blood for money
Crooked politicians do all the dirty laundry kind of funny

You have to kill a few pawns to get to the Queen
One false move then kill the King

Nuclear holocausts you can already hear the silent screams
Blinded and never awake living an engineered dream

Collapse of humanity new agenda's put into place
No Love No Mercy the end of the human race

Monday, March 6, 2017

217 Poetic Points

217 Poetic Points

By Scott Thomas Outlar
Dissident Voice
March 6, 2017

Poetry is three hawks soaring the sky in circles, with eyes of war
gazing down upon the land of love below.

Poetry is the furrowed brow and quizzical look flashed when the
prospect of a large increase in discretionary military spending is
raised without the slightest hint of irony that the idea isn’t at least
a little bit suspect in its lack of logic.

Poetry is the sound of dissidence off in the distance, drawing
ever-nearer with each new beat of the drum.

Poetry is a restoration of renaissance in the hearts and minds
of humanity.

Poetry is a raucous cry for revolution after it’s been made crystal
clear that such a process must always begin within.

Poetry upgraded its nuclear arsenal with advanced technology;
it’s a bitter pill to swallow; it’s a heavy cross to bear.

Poetry was a fly on the wall during your smoky backroom dealings.

Poetry called shenanigans on all your chicanery.

Poetry placed a bloody rag over its eyes, felt the sting of salt,
closed off the wounds, drifted toward midnight black, watched
neon blue mandalas appear, waited for the sound of rooster.

Poetry populated the earth with seven billion islands,
yet managed to arrange them all on the same map.

Poetry is a simulation unto itself, but likes to play games at the
park with all the other kids on Saturdays.

Poetry laid down the gauntlet, doubled down on its bet, kicked
cans down the street; however, it always looks up at the end of
the effort and smiles.

Poetry is laced with heavy propaganda because the fake corporate news finally took off its gloves.

Poetry swings for the fences, but is still satisfied with a triple
every now and then; as long as there are less than two outs and
we have a contact hitter heading to the plate.

Poetry promises there will be peace after this chaos comes to
a close.


http://dissidentvoice.org/2017/03/217-poetic-points

Friday, March 3, 2017

Fake News & Fake Values

Fake News & Fake Values

By Denis Conroy
RINF.com
March 3, 2017

It appears that America has little awareness of the value of
awareness since fake news and fake values arrived to take
possession of the body politic.

Solipsism appears to lurk behind a modus operandi of tough talking
American empire-speak when it addresses its ire to other centres of
power daring to challenge its hegemonic brand of self-centred
conceits, now spreading across the globe.

President Trump visited the Boeing hangar in South Carolina on
February 16th hours after it was reported he was considering using
the National Guard to round up undocumented migrants and had
this to say: “We are going to build up a military might so great that
no one will dare to challenge it. None!”.

Needless to say, the media honed in on his words as if this was the
very first occasion where imbecility du jour had raised its ugly head
to defile an American presidential narrative.

Talking off-the-cuff, the President…as is his wont…expressed
himself candidly in a manner that had the gall to rile an
‘intelligentsia’ essentially mute on the question of America’s
inability to comprehend much beyond its own navel.

The mess America made in the Middle East falls on the shoulders
of the entire American community and the President allows no
sensitivities to interfere with his passion for tweeting twaddle
concerning the Foreign Policies follies of his predecessors.

Nobody can pretend to be unaware of the carnage
America has engaged in abroad.

It has gone on for decades, yet amazingly little was said
about the subject in the recent presidential elections.

The media along with academia may consider it expedient to adopt
discretion as the better part of valour, but these instrumentalities
at best, merely exist to hoodwink the masses into believing that
there is just-cause behind the aggression its government and war
profiteers engage in.

Think of it, Presidents and war criminals retire to ponder the
nature of love, mathematics, the value of their assets…some even
paint pictures… while consigning the history of their imbecility as
commanders of one kind or another to their diaries…and the rest
of us are expected to merely tag along…it’s the power of the brand
that keeps people unfree, coaxing them to get behind that most
unholy patriotic narrative that fronts for the armament industry.

Have we come to accept permanent war as the norm?

The images of cities destroyed and the ever mounting toll of human
collateral damage hardly penetrates public consciousness anymore,
because we are told that the ‘other’ had to be destroyed before
they became the clients of an alien hegemonic force that could
damage our free trade arrangements.

Hegemonic masculinity works in mysterious ways; it is resilient
and incorporates an autistic dimension so to avoid explaining itself
to Main Street.

Awareness and language are flip sides of the same coin.

There is no self-awareness without awareness of the ‘others’
existence; language is the medium which enables definition of the
particular to circumscribe identity for the purpose of constructing
social perspectives that may have the capacity to benefit one and
all.

The young mother discovers the power of emergent language as the
infant in her charge commences to demonstrate awareness of co-
equal reality by observing responses in the ‘other’; every word and
gesture conveying meaning of ‘otherness’ puts awareness in
context.

If all babies are born equal, then language itself must be a fulcrum
capable of achieving comity in the theatre of social interaction.

But what corrupts American ‘boys’ after they leave the bosom
of the nursery to become equals by serving in a military culture
of command?

Is it a desire to plough on, move forward, press on, push on,
advance upwards, believing expediency to be the only indisputable
means of achieving material success and a dominant role in society
for themselves…or is it the na├»ve assumption that it is the only
option available to them?

Or does the uniformity of military culture endow the individual
with a form of courage that only comes into being in the context
of the group?

The American penchant for growing hegemony vis-a-vis expediency
began with the covered wagon and quickly spread across that vast
continent under the protection of canon, musket and the protection
of the military.

The genocidal slaughter used against the native peoples to achieve
hegemony over their lands was of little concern to them.

They were a people who spoke different languages, dressed
strangely and had a skin colour that identified them as near
subhuman in the eyes of the occupiers.

So, did the cult of the boys-in-uniform find fertile ground in the
belief that slaughtering the indigenous population was necessary in
order to supplant them with virile American stakeholders attuned
to the wiles of colonial exploitation as it was a sure-fire means of
thieving from the native people?

After all, awareness was something that only occurred
in the minds of sissies.

From its inception, America managed to blindside interpretations
of its actions by demonising the people it wanted to eradicate.

It was through misinformation that it sought to portray its
intentions as morally sound, while vilifying all resistance to
its cause.

In reality, American history has more to do with false-flag
misinformation than truth.

The seeds of un-awareness were sown and cultivated in jargon
that presented the case for colonial trading practices as being
contingent upon civilised intercourse.

The public had come to believe they were exceptional because the
elites kept telling them it was so. Believing that they had finally
reached nirvana, the public gave themselves over to the expediency
of the capitalist juggernaut, not aware that the military-industrial-
complex was parasitically burrowing its way into the heart of the
American dream-enterprise.

The “Base Structure Report, Fiscal 2010 Baseline” shows how
covered-wagons have transmuted into ‘aerial-wagons’ equipped
with ballistic missiles over time.

According to this report, the U.S. has 662 overseas bases
in 35 foreign countries.

So when the President of America says, “We are going to build up
a military might so great that no one will dare to challenge it” it
appears that he is unaware of the fact that his ‘adversaries’ are
also in possession of a vast number of weapons of mass
destruction…the nuclear overkill sort come to mind and they are
a far cry from the humble bow and arrow.

The challenge facing America now is its lack of any real self-
awareness…or lack of awareness of values outside of its known
sphere of limited knowledge, for that matter.

The world has become suspicious of an American brand
of capitalistic-democracy that continues to impose…by military
means…its authority on the rest of the world…hence the blowback
against the loud mouth devoid of diplomatic skills.

At home, the media and the intelligence agencies continue to
expunge truth from the public narrative by virtue of their ability
to distort reality.

Technology is the tool that gives them this advantage.

By virtue of this advantage, security apparatuses in the service
of government manipulate public perceptions so as to inform
the public whom they should regard as friend or foe.

The elites who control the system instil fake news and fake values
in the media in order to control awareness.

The interests of the establishment are served by expedients that
come in the form of binary perspectives that feed off the fear of
blowback.

If the rule of the elites is threatened in any which way, the
patriotic card is the one that is automatically extracted from
the deck.

There is little concern for facts on the ground when corporate-
minded capitalist expediency vaunts its interests in, and plans
for, free trade agreements.

The global business trade-cycle ‘in-question’ is nothing more than
a scam to eliminate points of particularism that claim the right to
retain multiple centres of activity as the healthier way of
conducting trade.

Neo-conservative capitalism adheres to the myth that one size
fits all.

American hegemonic enforcement as implemented by the military
-industrial-complex will have to inevitably roll back as alternative
means of negotiating trade come into existence.

The world is now alert to America’s fork-tongued affair with Anglo
Zionism and awareness of the duplicity surrounding the fake peace
talks is breaking out all over.

Pulverising people and countries across the Middle East attest to
America and Israel’s cupidity. That they have been relegated to
the status of the most reviled countries on the planet comes as
no surprise.

Security walls, plus extrajudicial killings, plus the genocide of the
Palestinian people may have brought America and Israel together as
bedfellows…but having cavorted together in ways most treacherous,
the smell and sight of their dirty linen is now on show for the whole
world to behold…and the so called ‘honest broker’ stands
diminished and soiled as a consequence of the role he played in
that unholy union.

If Americans continue to see themselves as units in an economy
that seeks greatness and virility with the help of an overblown
military, then doomsday may not be far off.

Without questioning the facts presented to them by the government
(deep-state interests) and the media, the public at large will
remain captive to a culture of fake news and fake values that trap
them in a web of placebo realities.

There is now an abundance of evidence to show that the ‘deep-
state’ is more or less a collection of monstrous parasites gnawing
on the entrails of the host.

Reason suggests that bringing the affairs of The State out into
the light of day should be the top priority.

The deep state…or the chain of command as it was formerly known
as…has many points of particularity, but none of them directly
represent the interests of main-street-America.

The system we presently have, seeks to replicate the human
genome apparatus by hierarchically regulating and delegating
control over the economy…the central nervous system…for the
purpose of establishing command of an order it can oversee and
profit from. The result of this maneuvering within the body politic
is that democracy has been pushed off the page.

To date, the history of America has been one where hegemonic
masculinity appears to have triumphed militaristically over reason.

But with the establishment of an army of intelligence agents,
another layer of ‘macho power’ was added to the gun-ships of
state.

It should be noted that having chosen ‘agro’ as the gene of choice
for the State, the skills of diplomacy were stifled very early in the
piece.

Thus did brawn manage to smother America’s better self
and consign its ‘dream’ to the isolation of the autistic ward.

Americans are now struggling to comprehend the thought
processes of their Commander In Chief.

They sense that the Commanders at The Pentagon, Commanders at
Wall Street, Commanders at NATO, Commanders at Fleet Street,
Commanders at AIPAC, Commanders at the CIA and the FBI are
actively part of a genome chorus of imbedded interests seeking to
retain as much power in the chain of command as possible in ways
that corrupt the democratic process…which leaves it to the jury to
form an opinion.

The jury is the American People and they are slowly becoming
aware of the duplicity that has corrupted them from the very
start.

But wait, the centre is no longer holding and the people might
come out of their long coma yet to discover that it is high time
they freed themselves from the fake news and fake values that
represent the current American brand?

Clearly, the existing American brand of governance is the product
of straw-men.


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