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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Perhaps My Anonymous Critic Is Right

Things just keep getting curiouser and curiouser. One point of clarification, however, Anonymous critic... I do not think there is a Soviet takeover under way - I might have slipped into that model because there is a small amount of comfort and familiarity in the been-there-done-that method of world domination - it gives one a tangible foe and allows one to formulate a plan.

But this is not a battle of left and right. There are too many contradictions and inconsistencies. I was reminded of this when I found myself agreeing with Putin concerning the topic of "Who gave NATO the right to kill Ghadafi?" Nobody, that's who.

Why are they going to such great lengths to allow these former dictators to be humiliated in death? Sadam Hussein pulled out of a hole and hanged, Mubarak caged like a rat at his own trial, Ghadafi shot and dragged through the streets half-dead. They allowed him to bleed out - which is consistent with how one goes about killing an animal for food in those parts.

Sure those guys are not the nicest people on the planet, but it is doubtful their replacements will be much better.

And then there is the matter of our Peacenik President, who has this strange predilection for starting new wars - totally the opposite of what he said he wanted to do.

Everything is a contradiction, and none of the usual suspects are behaving in a way that is even in their own interests. It is as if they are creating one big dog fight out of the world's population. They want all of the dogs to fight and kill each other, and then they will just kill the victorious dog with the justification that he was a bad dog - just look at how many other dogs he killed.

Then there is the matter of the financial systems of the world. Both Europe and the US are headed for total implosion of their financial, and thus economic systems. That this will cause worldwide death and destruction on a scale never seen before on this planet doesn't seem to bother anyone. Our oh-so-efficient, just-in-time inventory systems, especially favored by grocery stores, will mean there will be hunger very quickly, then fighting and ultimately starvation.

We are extremely dependent on our modern systems. Few of us are capable of living off of the land. The animosities between different groups are being fueled and heightened, our traditional enemies allowed to take up residence among us and fortify. What is going to happen if mere survival becomes an issue?

Then there is the matter of John Holdren. Our science czar. This is a guy who has written large books on the topic of overpopulation. Back in the 1970s he thought there were way too many people on the planet, and was advocating forced sterilization and other methods of controlling populations. He thinks there should be no more than 3 billion people on the planet. Out of all the scientists in the world, why on earth is a guy like this in such a position of power?

Why did Bush sign a treaty with the Canadians allowing the use of Canadian troops on American soil in the event of civil unrest? What are all of those coffins for?

I don't know the why. But I do know that something very bad is in the works and that it is no accident. Societies are being deliberately structured to harness the dark side of human nature, and no good is going to come of that. At least not for the majority of us.



cam said...

Darlin, You are not a nut, far far from it. We all need to pull our heads out of sand and take a good hard look at what is going on around us.
Wake up people

Texas housewife

Retro Housewife said...

I love Texas!