Most timid Americans would avoid any serious discussion
on the true causes of a continuous failed foreign policy that only benefits Israel while costing our own country any chance
of real national security and a prosperous society. The mere mention of the term Jew is usually enough for being banded to
the back of the room and shunned as one of those haters. Unfortunately, President Trump has succumbed to this fallacious political
correctness. In order to correctly understand the framework of the detrimental circumstances that propagate the decline of
the American Empire, the clear-headed observer must confront why the United States remains a vassal to the Zionist myth that
Israel is a valuable ally to our country.
The law is deified as the supreme authority upon which coercive government justifies
their oppression and demands for universal submission. As for the myth that there are good governments, pray tell; name one.
At the root of every regime, the infliction of pain and suffering marks the eventual threat that government's use for intimation
of citizens to conform and accept the dictates from the authorities. No, one does not have to be a card carrying anarchist
to understand the validity of this assessment. For even the disconnected and apathetic, life under political correctness has
become second nature within the sheeple society.
Once again the august and noble governmental careerists reveal their nature.
Let no man or woman ever be disappointed. The aristocracy of public policy always has a way of reaching down and deep to pull
off the pants of naked exposure. Nothing has changed in this pattern of conduct. Only the methods of fusing perversion with
favors vary with the excess of the billionaire moguls who fashion the popular culture. Washington DC has an insatiable appetite
for projecting power dominance that may only be exceeded for the lust of campaign donations. The perfect storm of celebrity
debauchery streams directly into the corridors of legislation and agency administration. Such behavior is well known, even
though most practices are ignored as a matter of course.
The consequences of the failed American foreign policy in the Middle East has seldom
been more vivid with the defeat of ISIS; the U.S. surrogate in the Syrian conflict. ISIS, a blended creation of the CIA and
the Mossad was the inevitable result of sanctioning the murder of Libya's Muammar Gaddafi. With the support of Russian involvement,
Syria's President Bashar Hafez al-Assad was able to fend off the imperialist efforts of Israel to remove him from office and
destroy his country. Defeating ISIS on the battlefield has never been the intention of the DC shadow government. The consistent
policy under every US administration has been to protect the Zionist state above all else. Unfortunately, the Trump regime
is no different and certainly does not follow a genuine America First foreign policy.
The latest example of the outright fabrication of factual reality puts Judge
Roy Moore directly in the gun sights of the District of Criminal Swamp. The premier presstitute of fake news, the Washington
Compost has manifested their obvious political ideological bias based upon a deep seeded disdain for truth and fair play.
The enormous pile on from the usual suspects, especially the RINO's who have long betrayed the legitimate conservative cause
expose themselves as cowards of the Republic. The establishment will stop at nothing to eliminate any patriot who challenges
the globalist empire. All the calls for Moore to withdraw from the Alabama Senate race are based upon reporting from a publication
that has distinguished itself as systemic purveyors of fictitious innuendo.
Behold, who really cares about civil liberties in a society that puts government
as the final arbitrator of authority? Well, sadly the prospects for a rebirth in recognizing that individual liberties are
the basis for a civilized union are more remote now than at any time in the last half century. Most people view civil liberties
as defined by protecting the personage. Notwithstanding, constitutional freedom has an important component is maintaining
a just and functioning government regime. Sinking into a despotic authoritarianism is the expected risk when governments go
amok. However, inadequate attention is given to the discussion and study of what constitutes a responsible state power.
evolution of the Christendom since the crucifixion of Jesus Christ has been marked with contention and disputes among different
factions of believers. From the offset, the banning of the agnostic gospels from accepted church tenets to the East–West
Schism of 1054 and the wars of religion that overwhelmed Europe following the Protestant Reformation, illustrates that a heated
conflict has always existed among Christians. No doubt disputes over doctrine motivated many to break with their brothers
and sisters in Christ. However, the underlying catalyst for a clash in congregations stems from an objection to the authority
structure that surrounds the Vatican and the Holy Sea. Church jurisdiction and the demand that the dominion of the Church
of Rome, which rests upon Pontiff Supremacy, has been at the core of many differences throughout history.
The book, American Amnesia by Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson is a pathetic attempt to distort
history to support a psychopathic adoration for the merits of massive government. The theme of the dissertation is the rejection
of the Thomas Jefferson axiom, “The Government is best when it governs least.” For this duo of academic establishment
apologists, the Twentieth century under Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt was a great success. Coming out of the
Yale citadel and the bedlam known as Berkeley, these two mentally challenged government sycophants are a pristine example
why engagement with such progressive professors is a journey into the warped minds of historic irrationality.
Amazon is a Destroyer of Jobs and the Merchant Economy
If this is progress, just how much more can our economy afford? The myth of
cheap prices, conveniently seldom factors in the structural costs to society. Building an all inclusive monopoly based upon
minimal employees and predatory prices ignores the long anti-trust history that helped create the middle class. The last fifty
years has demonstrated the systemic retreat from family prosperity, which has produced a vast disproportionate of wealth among
the fewer haves and the growing have-nots. The enormous accumulation of market share that Amazon has steamrolled under the
hypnosis of ease in selection of products, placing orders, timely deliveries, and most of all; cheapest pricing has caused
the demise of much of traditional retail commerce.
The Treasury Secretary chimes in on what any market watcher should know instinctively. Mnuchin talks tech: 'I don't understand these valuations', yet the price on promises and future expectation of earnings has a large amount
of the equity speculators and computerized trading in a crisis of sanity. Avoiding the fundamental relationship that a stock
value is based upon the ability of a company to turn a profit, has become the hottest investment hoax since Bernard Madoff
was pitching his Ponzi scheme. Uber, Snapchat and Twitter may be high flyers for the smart set, but for rational venture capitalists,
plunking down gambles on risky enterprises that only feed on publicity hype is a sure bet on going broke.
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