Tuesday, November 8, 2016


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by Morley Evans

Today, November 8, 2016, is the day Americans vote for the President of the United States of America. This may be the most important election in U.S. history. Whatever happens, it will affect the rest of the world. Here are some things few know.

Here are some eye-opening links:

Most people would be dumbfounded to see that United States’s military deaths were next-to-nothing in WW I. Even Romania and Serbia suffered more military deaths — more than twice as many each! Yet the United States collected everything after the war. The 99 years from the defeat of Napoleon in 1815 to the start of the Great War in 1914 were remarkably peaceful and prosperous (if one ignores the colonized people). There were 11 empires in 1914. In 1918 there was only one — the United States of America which everyone believed was not an empire! WWI set the stage for everything that followed.

WWI was the most impressive coup d'état in history.

Americans were fighting against empires. Americans were fighting for freedom and democracy. Americans represented the common people. Americans are still doing this — fighting for freedom and opposing empires. It took WW II to finish off the British Empire which had been but mortally wounded by WW I. The U.S.A. replaced the British Empire as the world hegemon. Did Germany start WW I? 

Who did? Cui Bono?

The Strategic Air Command slogan "Peace Is Our Profession" is in the core of American culture. The actual business of SAC was total annihilation — creating the peace of a graveyard. One bad idea has been at the heart of all of Man's problems for centuries.

Evil cannot be used to create Good.
Evil can only create more evil.

1 comment:

Sieg Holle said...

Draining the swamp by cutting the burden and chains of the dependancy plantation

Your fired
Cronyism profiteers and racketeers
Unvetted Globalism ( by special interest fiat)
Agenda 21
Corrupt or non performing institutions
Political correctness cabals and agendas
By force burdens and dictated rents

Your hired
Constitution and natural rights
Rule of law and equality before the law of your peers
Do no harm and grow win wins
Fact-based cost effective actions for the greater good
Market rules and performance counts