Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Is this something staring us in the face?

The ultimate plan is to smash any homogeneity that exists and replace it with a US-led imperial system that relies on brute force to maintain "peace and order."

This is much easier achieved if people no longer have anything remotely in common with their neighbors. The microcosm of this demonic system is already playing out on Main Street, USA, where local police forces are actually receiving military-grade weapons to use against the American people - while our national borders remain open to killers, rapists and drug traffickers from South America (!).

In Europe, the very same tragedy is playing out like a cold-blooded murder in broad daylight. Thanks to America's reckless foreign policy agenda, which went absolutely insane following the terrorist attacks of 9/11, NATO countries are being helplessly dragged into battles and regardless of the public outcry and protests against these illegal wars, which have already happened in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and now Syria - all of which have resulted - or soon will result - in failed states.

But the real failed states will eventually be the old colonial powers of Europe, which sit on the front line of the refugee tsunami provoked by the US that is now crashing across the region, threatening to engulf every city from Lisbon to Helsinki.[1]

The above is, shall I say, somewhat "out there" but is it really that far fetched? Is it far fetched compared to the insane "normal" way of conducting business?

Ask yourself what it is about multiculturalism, open borders, adulation of the foreigners, fawning over minorities, subversion of the constitution, and immigration madness (in Europe especially), among other things, that could have their origin in love of one's own people?

Applying the Holmesian principle I've discussed before, I conclude that once you eliminate here the impossible – love of one's own people as a motivating force – what you are left with, no matter how improbable, is the truth – hatred of one's own and a desire for the destruction of their homeland.

Step 1: eliminate homogeneity. Check.

Notes
[1] "US Elites Are Trying to Destroy Europe with Immigrants." By Robert Bridges, Russi Insider, 12/20/15.

4 comments:

  1. It isn't "U.S. Elites". They have no connection to, love of, nor loyalty towards America beyond - some of them - residing here. And even then, only part-time for a number of them. They certainly are not Americans, but are either interested in a world government (controlled by them, of course), or a world caliphate, which they think they will control but will be surprised by, if it gets that far.

    Yes, _elites_ are indeed trying to destroy Europe. But Merkel isn't "US", nor are Erdogan, Cameron, or any of the others like Soros. Obama certainly isn't US, nor Clinton, Kerry, Jarrett, the Huma(n) Wiener, Loretta Lynch, Jeh Johnson, the Irreverend Wright, or any of the other America-haters.

    If the author's hatred of America is directed at our government, and not the people (who lost control of government somewhere between Marbury vs Madison and FDR), I'm all in.

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  2. I think the author's words are not directed at the people.

    Agreed that the US elites are bereft of loyalty. They are here so loosely speaking they are US or simply U.S. based.

    Merkel et al. are doing great on their own. I do begin to see that the US really is pursuing hegemony and that our military in Germany lost their justification for being there in 1991. I think we're more influential or controlling than I suspected before. What we are about in Syria is thuggery and if we wanted to turn off the refugee flow we could. Therefore we want the flow. Too, the Austrian Intel officer said there is American money finding its way into migrant pockets.

    Still, do Merkel and Cameron and Co. have to be such enthusiastic sellouts?

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  3. Given the billions we gift just to the so-called "Palestinians", let alone to Egypt, etc., I don't doubt that American money is helping, along with our government assisting the egress from Syria - and elsewhere.

    In case I didn't post this already:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-03/worst-refugee-crisis-world-war-ii-one-stunning-infographic

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  4. Thanks. That's a sickening graphic. It illustrates either a satanic betrayal of the white population of Europe or disgraceful weakness.

    If someone had told me in 1991 that the Western world would be in a state of collapse and surrender I'd have doubted his sanity. I still believe that the people of Europe will come around, and suddenly, but it's maddening to see them asleep at their posts, distracted by hedonism and leftist lies. I like what someone said -- A liberal never understands the danger, a conservative only recognizes it when it's too late, and a reactionary understands instantly when danger looms. I consider myself a reactionary and never cease to be amazed by people who can look out the front door and see a Chinese soldier with a bayonet and not conclude that there's a Chinese infantry unit nearby. (If they're in China I suppose it's no big deal.) Yet they still say, "Oh, look at that. Isn't diversity great?"

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