Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Are The Real Enemies In Syria Or Washington?

Engage people with what they expect; it is what they are able to discern and confirms their projections. It settles them into predictable patterns of response, occupying their minds while you wait for the extraordinary moment — that which they cannot anticipate. 
~ Sun Tzu,

The definition of what makes an “enemy” may vary from person to person. But I would say that, generally, an enemy is one who has an active ability to do irreparable harm to you or your essential values. He is motivated by destruction, the destruction of all that you hold dear. He is capable and unrelenting. He is a legitimate threat. He will not compromise. He will not waver. He will do anything to wound you. He will not stop. He is possessed.

"Americans have spent the better part of a century being told who their enemies are with very little explanation or substantiation. We have blindly rallied around our patriotic prerogative without knowing the root cause of the conflict or the nature of the target we are told to annihilate. We have been suckered into war after war, conjured by international interests in order to lure us into accepting greater centralization and concentrated globalism. As a culture, I’m sorry to say, we have been used. We are a tool of unmitigated doom. We are the loaded gun in the hand of the devil.

This paradigm has done irreparable harm to our standing in the eyes of the peoples of the world. But until recently, it has done very little harm to us as a society. We have allowed ourselves to be used like a bloody club, but we have not yet felt the true pain or the true cost. We have been insulated from consequence. However, this comfortable situation is quickly coming to an end.

When one applies the above definition of “the enemy” to Syria, one comes away with very little satisfaction. The Syrian government poses absolutely no immediate threat to the United States. In fact, the civil war that now rages within its borders has been completely fabricated by our own government. The insurgency has been funded, armed, trained and ultimately directed by the U.S. intelligence community. Without U.S. subversion, the civil war in Syria would not exist."

Read the whole article here.

My reply to their article:  "Our worst enemy is ourselves. So long as we grant them our consent to do what they are doing, nothing will change. The UNITED STATES exists in a 10x10 mile stretch referred to as the District of Columbia. They are the war mongers. They are the ones bankrupt both morally and financially. It is they who are responsible to their creditors (the elite). It is the people who continue giving them their consent to operate as usual that are responsible for the government. We as a people need to separate ourselves from the corporate US. Until we do that, we will continue supporting them and their war machine."

Activist post is a group of people searching for answers. They have many truths that they report on, but I feel that they have not come up with any solutions as of yet. I don't generally follow their posts on account of that. This article did catch my eye however. I feel as they are just awakening. Still partly asleep. Still in bed but eyes are open. I personally wish them all luck in discovering their natural sovereign rights.

No comments:

Post a Comment