America’s Road to Perdition (updated Nov 26, 2014)
America is on a road from Liberty to Perdition. Right now (2014), we are somewhere between Complacency and Apathy on Tytler cycles of history clock (above), and on our way to Bondage (i.e., Perdition).
Soldiers know that complacency kills (see the 2007 warning signs to American Marines in Iraq). So why do the civilians think that they are an exception?
It is still not too late to turn the clock of history back, however unlikely that may seem given the lessons from history. If we are to succeed as a nation, we must first kill our complacency and the fear of change that feeds it. And then go on to actively work on making America once again a beacon of freedom our country once was.
Each and every one of us counts. Edward Snowden showed us that. You snooze, you lose. Procrastination is a child of Complacence.
The turkeys would be eternally grateful, too, if America founds her soul again. Click here for “No Turkey for Perky” song lyrics.
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EVOLUTION OF MAN
EVOLUTION OF WESTERN VOTER
PRICE OF COMPLACENCY
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And now, some lessons from history by some men of whit and courage…
LESSONS FROM HISTORY
“They that give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
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“It is not, perhaps, unreasonable to conclude, that a pure and perfect democracy is a thing not attainable by man, constituted as he is of contending elements of vice and virtue, and ever mainly influenced by the predominant principle of self-interest.
It may, indeed, be confidently asserted, that there never was that government called a republic, which was not ultimately ruled by a single will, and, therefore, (however bold may seem the paradox) virtually and substantially a monarchy.”
(From Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser (1854). Universal History: From the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century)* * *
“The welfare of the people has always been the alibi of tyrants, and it provides the further advantage of giving the servants of tyranny a good conscience.”
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“In general the art of government consists in taking as much money as possible from one class of citizens to give to the other.”
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And now, here’s an excerpt from a speech I gave in Australia in October 1999 on the aims and designs of the New World Order..
The essence of the NWO globalists’ neo-colonial strategy is: “Bomb obstinate weak nations, buy off obstinate big ones. Then rule the world.”
Maybe. For, as Niccolo Machiavelli warned in his book, “Prince”, written in 1513: “There is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to manage, than a creation of a new order of things.”
Toward New World Order’s “Ménage à Trois”
But power-hungry, would-be rulers of the world – from Genghis Khan, to Attila the Hun, to Napoleon, to the British Empire, to Hitler’s Third Reich… rarely pay attention to the words of the wise, or bother to learn from history. Which is why they tend to repeat it. Usually at their own peril.
The same will be eventually the case with the latest edition of the New World Order. As we have seen in Iraq, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Sudan, East Timor…, the West Side Gang delivers same kind of “gun diplomacy” which the East Side Gang had used, only using bigger guns and more perfidy to mask the western Prince’s grab for power.
And what are the Princes’ ultimate objectives? Not unlike those of communists. Both love faceless uniformity and blind loyalty. Both loathe any living creature which is proud of its unique looks, language, religion or culture.
So if God were to (re)create the world by the designs of the NWO Princes, there would be only three kinds of creatures around:
- All two legged-creatures would be ostriches;
- All four legged-ones would be sheep;
- All sea-living creatures would be sardines, anxiously waiting in long lines at the nearest Princes’ canning factory docks to jump into cans, and be exported to some distant low-cal, low-brow; low-IQ, but immensely happy NWO society.
An excerpt from “Aussie Referendum 1999“
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