Friday, October 18, 2013

Nemesis Overtakes Hubris

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by Morley Evans

Dear Angela,

Jason Raimondo discusses divine retribution in this morning's editorial:

" I don’t believe in God. (Actually he does. He just doesn't believe what most people believe, whatever that is.) However, I do believe in divine retribution. (See what I mean?) Without going into the specifics of this somewhat counterintuitive theology, suffice to say here that its central axiom is the idea that actions have consequences. One cannot go on committing evil without reaping a whirlwind or two. Eventually Nemesis overtakes Hubris, and the results aren’t pretty."

Raimondo continues with:

"The smugness of our political class is impenetrable: they believe the system that sustains and rewards them is invulnerable, or nearly so. The society in which they live is, seemingly, a well-ordered one, where – in spite of a few glitches, like government shutdowns caused by evil nihilists and other subversive elements – the machinery of society runs smoothly, interrupted only by occasional burps and hiccups."

Did the people running the British Empire or the Spanish Empire or the Chinese Empire or the Roman Empire believe anything different?

Washington established the empire that is not an empire. It's historic mission was to destroy empires and free the people. It's government would be kept under the control of the people who vote for their leaders. The rights of the people would be guaranteed by the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States of America (which most people think is or at least includes the Declaration of Independence). It does not.

The men in Washington never lost sight of their original mission which was to free the people by destroying empires. Undermining traditional mores to dissolve the glue holding societies together has always been as important as physical force. Liberation would free women from being wives and mothers. Liberation would alienate children from their families. Liberation would set men adrift, destroying the fundamental building blocks of every human society. Empires would be replaced by the empire that is not an empire. Emperors and kings would serve the POTUS (President of the United States). If you have ever wondered what the 20th Century was all about, it was this: Finish the job that was started with the American Revolution.

The Civil War was the hearth where Washington's war machine was forged. It bears the hallmarks of all of Washington's wars: rivals (the North and the South) were turned against each other; a false noble cause became the purported reason for the conflict (slavery); a casus belli was created to begin war (Fort Sumpter); the rule book of war was discarded; new weapons were created and used for the first time; Washington's power was increased (States Rights guaranteed by the Constitution ended and power was centralized in Washington); unprecedented casualties resulted (up to 700,000 American military deaths along with uncounted American "collateral damage." Unconditional Surrender was demanded and the South was devastated.

During the Civil War, foreign emissaries watched the carnage to learn new ways to wage war. Most observers expected the United States would destroy itself. Instead, the United States moved into the first ranks of world powers. After the Civil War, the South was populated with U.S. military bases and Southerners became the most patriotic Americans, supplying the United States with soldiers. (Resembling Scotland after it had been crushed and Scottish regiments became the backbone of imperial policy in the British Empire.) 

William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt would lead the United States into the 20th Century and on to world domination with the Spanish-American War and the Panama Canal. (Commodore Perry and the American Black Fleet had opened Japan to the West before the Civil War.) 

It took two world wars to reduce Great Britain, which had been the world hegemon for centuries, to a fawning lackey of Washington. Washington and its continental empire known as the United States of America was directly responsible for arming the world with everything from rifles, airplanes and machine guns to nuclear weapons. Even submarines were invented by an American (not Germans).

Washington's modus operandi is fomenting conflict between rivals. This worked especially well in WW I when everyone was armed to the teeth with weapons that had been invented by Americans and then set loose to fight to the death. After everyone was exhausted, Americans stepped in to restore order. WW II was a replay of WW I with the Empire of Japan (that dispatched the British Empire in the Far East in three days) which was added to Germany's Third Reich (that dispatched Great Britain and France in a few weeks before turning on the Soviet Union with Operation Barbarossa).

Washington was responsible for everything that happened in the 20th Century. "Nothing that happens in politics is an accident," said Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Washington was responsible for Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot and everything they did. Poor old Castro does not realize he was a bogyman created by and working for Washington along with right-wing dictators like Somoza, Syngman Rhee, Mobutu, Suharto, Noriega, Saddam, Pahlavi, ben Gurion, Sadat, Pinochet, Sharon, Mubarak and the Saudis to name a few of Washington's more unsavory provincial governors.

Washington ran out of bogymen when the Soviet Union (CCCP) evaporated (Gorbachev and Reagan almost brought about world peace), so Washington had to invent Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda which is a faceless, formless, empire without a formal structure (just like communism) that would have to be fought forever by the empire that is not an empire. Actually, Washington had invented all the monsters it has fought to save the world for (from?) freedom and democracy.

If anyone doesn't believe that the United States of America is Washington's empire, they can cast their eyes back to the Whiskey Rebellion that was put down personally by George Washington to put Americans on notice: Their role in the new free country Washington had created was to support Washington and the power-brokers who would operate in the city that bears his name.

At the beginning of the 21st Century, the jig is up. People who fought the empire that is not an empire have pounded their swords into ploughshares. They have been selling these ploughshares and toasters and mix-masters and cars and steel at low low prices — driving Washington and its empire out of business. The evil that Washington has done throughout its history is monumental. Begin by adding up the wars on American Indians. Start in the 18th century. An Apocalypse looms. Raimondo concludes, "One cannot go on committing evil without reaping a whirlwind." The Thirteen Colonies have had an amazing run and now it's over.

Former Reagan Treasury Undersecretary, Paul Craig Roberts, reports: 
China [which is the largest U.S. creditor after the Fed and the Social Security Trust Fund] has clearly had enough of Washington’s hubris, arrogance, and irresponsibility as the lack of diplomatic language makes clear: “Instead of honoring its duties as a responsible leading power, a self-serving Washington has abused its superpower status and introduced even more chaos into the world by shifting financial risks overseas.” In addition Washington has provoked “regional tensions amid territorial disputes, and waged unwarranted wars under the cover of outright lies.”

If you are a member of the 1% who owns everything, you can ignore what Dr. Roberts has to say. You will already have some gold bullion bars stashed away somewhere along with a few billion in foreign currency denominated accounts that will tide you over any unpleasant times. You may be set to sell short a few hours before the dollar tanks for good. Lucky you. If you are not so fortunate, however, you had better read this.

Americans, who have always believed they were doing God's work, had best distance themselves from Washington at least as far as Germans have distanced themselves from Hitler. It is time to join the human race to build a better world.

- Morley



Sieg Holle said...

I agree with this view . The only way you can cure a government cancer is by not feeding it. Let move into a choice not force mode and move to an age of abundance and enlightenment

Morley Evans said...

Thank you, Sieg!