Inherent Autonomy

Pride in America the Stupid

Inherent Autonomy Introduction
. . . . . No Despotism . . . . . Only Independence
Primacy: The Declaration of Independence
In the beginning: Let there be the Articles of Confederation
A Constitution Flawed from Inception
Articles of Confederation was Preferable
Investiture of Heretical Doctrine
The Nature of a Republic
A Culture of Death Under the Law
Two Causes, Two Results
A Senate of Subversion
The Court and your Castle
The Meaning of Independence Day
This Streetcar Lost All Desire
Why Supreme Court Selections are a False Choice
Paris is Burning
The many faces of the anti-war movement
2006 Predictions and Realities
Running Chinese Trade Deficits
Localism for a Free Republic
A Fractured Conservative Movement
Wall Street Reaps Big Bucks from the Wind
Baboon Behavior Behind Wind Projects
Party Goers - What Do You Take With Your Tea?
Assault on Liberty Originate with Secular Humanism
The TUN - a true representative council
Currency Wars among Controlled Economies
Web Attack Bodes Political Censorship
Protect Government Officials at all costs
Populism, Progressives and Public Unions
"Girlie Man" Culture of Government Schools
Midget Minds and Lost Cojones
Monetary Revolution and Alternative Money
The Federal Government Declares War on the Nation
Corporate Cronyism: Solyndra and Evergreen Solar
A True Greek Tragedy - Odyssey of the EU
A Christmas Wish List for Obama
Obama's War on the Catholic Church
The EPA an Out of Control Monster
Homeland Security in the Land of the Free
Pride in America the Stupid
Is Going Off the Grid Practical?
Political Partisan Psychological Disorders
Popular Culture Promotes the Police State
A $14 Trillion Extortion for a Global Warming Scam
Ignoring Whistleblowers
Human Liberty Is Doomed
Amnesty Capitulation Assures a Failed Society
The Actor and Clown Culture
Conservative Civil Liberties
Hobby Lobby and the Supreme Court
Technology Impact on Privacy
TV Propaganda and the Mind Control Culture
Secession Movements Intensify
Hate Laws Intended to Silence Truth
The Fourth Amendment, NSA and Metadata
The Ugly Face of the North American Union
The Dragoons Sweep the Streets
Media Message Predetermined the Scottish Referendum
Court Protects IRS Tyranny
Russia's Sergey Lavrov Clash of Civilizations
New World Order Pope - Frankie the Fake
Patriotism and Civil Disobedience
Best Government - Governs Least
The Patriot Act is now USA Freedom Act
SCOTUScare from the Same-Sex Supreme Court
Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal
Defending National Sovereignty from the NWO
CISA Systemic Domestic Spying
Jewish Banksters Identity Politics
Why Civil Liberties are No Longer Defended?
National Referendum on the Globalist Establishment
Fear of America First by GOP Establishment
Brexit Victory over the EU Globalists
Current Affairs becomes a Sinister Melodrama
UN Intervenes into American Society
Leftist Loons Want a Civil War
Trump anti-Communist Counter Revolution
Raising the Ides of March Debt Limit
Preach Politics from the Pulpit
FBI is the Corrupt Enforcer of the Power Elite
Mueller's Gang of Legal Quislings
A World Doomed in a Never Ending War
When Civil Liberties are violated by Government
BATR Index
Forbidden History
Reign of Terror
Stuck on Stupid
Totalitarian Collectivism
Radical Reactionary
Global Gulag
View from the Mount
Strappado Wrack
Solitary Purdah
Dueling Twins
Varying Verity
911 War of Terror
Foreign Policy
Middle East
NWO Realpolitik
Existentialism Philosophy Blog
Reach Me
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H. L. Mencken


Pride in America the Stupid

Anyone who has ever injected politics into a discussion knows that it guarantees controversial discourse. People agree on very little, these days. It was not always that way. Once upon a time, there was a basic consensus on fundamental core worldviews. God was revered, natural law was accepted and tyranny was despised. Now, we live in perpetual chaos after burying the Almighty, discarding traditional values and tolerating permanent despotism. What remains is politics conducted as a fantasy sport game. Avoidance of reality is the source of national pride.

Just look to the first couple of political spin Mary Matalin and James Carville. Their bequest is a version of doctrine that produces nothing useful. Both have built their careers on perfecting the art of lying. Each is a patron for a different family of the criminal government syndicate. After all the shouts and raving, both smell of a lap dog in heat.

For political junkies watching their duet gets old with every episode of disinformation. No wonder so many citizens vote for apathy by staying away from the election booth. Yet, even the concept that voting is a serious expression of citizen participation seems mistaken when the results of elections never change anything for the better.

Those who still engage in the election charades get frustrated or cynical. Only the party hacks celebrate victory for the political class. An assessment on American Political Attitudes and Participation, is an obscenely absurd viewpoint of the state of political affairs.

"Although Americans share some broad agreements on basic political values, such as liberty, equality, and justice, they reflect a wide range of political attitudes, from highly conservative ideologies to very liberal ones. Despite their differences, modern Americans share one other political view — they are highly critical of politicians, and they have high expectations for their government and their elected leaders."

High expectations from government and elected officials are so devoid from sensibility that any proponent that suggests that the country retains any semblance of legitimacy needs to seek professional mental health treatment. In addition, does anyone really believe that the public is truly committed to the principles of liberty, equality, and justice? Get real . . .

An admission of honest sentiment from within the two-headed party beast organism says it all.

Stupid and Evil Political Parties acknowledges the following:

"IN AMERICA, WE have a two-party system.

There is the stupid party. And there is the evil party.

I am proud to be a member of the stupid party.

Periodically, the two parties get together and do something that is both stupid and evil.

This is called – bipartisanship." A Republican congressional staffer speaking to a visiting group of Russian legislators.

This conclusion should not shock anyone. Yet who is really the stupid one, the political system or the subjects that continue to keep voting for meaningful change that never comes? The actual outcome from every election cycle pushes the government further towards totalitarianism.

The Ragin’ Cajun has a new book, coauthored with pollster Stan Greenberg, It's the Middle Class, Stupid! The Washington Post highlight the message, "if Democrats want to win in 2012, they must reframe their message to directly appeal to this demographic."

On the middle class:

Carville and Greenberg say the question "How does this protect America’s middle class?" is the "filter through which everything must pass." "There are some who want to be ‘quiet’ about the impolite topic of the fate of the middle class," they write. But "the predicament of the middle class is the only thing we’re going to talk about. Basically the biggest change we can bring to the issue of the future of the middle class is to be [expletive] about it. We are not going away."


Really, if the political elites were truly concerned about the plight of the middle class, the entire culture of federal government primacy would need to be eliminated. Since the phony War of Terror created the hysteria and bogus excuse for absolute central government, Americans have lived under the erosion of liberty with every new law, regulation and policy. After the melt down of the financial megabanks, the populace has seen their standard of living tank. While the general public prefers the bliss of ignorance to the responsibility of accountability, the political system proceeds with even more draconian measures.

The charge that stupidity is the new national anthem is not an insult, but a confession of complicacy. Sharing allegiance to a government designed to strip away your inherent rights, knows no ideological boundaries. Every range of the political spectrum that salutes the central planners and bows to the tune, hail to the chief, wallows in the cesspool of self-delusion.

Watching the middle class evaporate and turn into a dependent beggar is difficult. However, the agony of seeing hordes of state lackeys demand even greater government control, is unbearable. So why do people tolerate such conditions?

The Daily Beast offers a test - How Dumb Are We? Take the exam and see if you are one of the following.

"When NEWSWEEK recently asked 1,000 U.S. citizens to take America’s official citizenship test, 29 percent couldn’t name the vice president. Seventy-three percent couldn’t correctly say why we fought the Cold War. Forty-four percent were unable to define the Bill of Rights. And 6 percent couldn’t even circle Independence Day on a calendar.

A Jan. 25 CNN poll, meanwhile, discovered that even though 71 percent of voters want smaller government, vast majorities oppose cuts to Medicare (81 percent), Social Security (78 percent), and Medicaid (70 percent). Instead, they prefer to slash waste—a category that, in their fantasy world, seems to include 50 percent of spending, according to a 2009 Gallup poll."

A lack of common sense is a primary result of all the political propaganda of the last half century. The loony loyalist of a deceitful political system causes the political indifferent to look rational. In spite of this distressing comparison, the real revolutionary leadership that demands an end to perverted political institutions and the corrupt administrative agencies are trashed as enemies of the state.

Professing idiocy as a bonding trait with similar inhabitants is a mark of acceptability. The race to earn the title of the "village idiot" is proudly coveted. Defending a diminished subsistence existence has been twisted into a requirement to be a loyal American. Just how stupid are people that rationalize acceptance of serfdom?

The characteristics of a good bureaucrat put forth as a shining example of duty and obedience to the establishment only fools the chumps. Devotion to a subverted system is the real treason. If you verbalize this conclusion to a friend, you may end up with a hostile neighbor. If you start this kind of conversation with a stranger, you may be in danger of a poke in the nose. The fear of confronting the national plight is so deep and widespread that most residents will go to extreme lengths to avoid the most profound existential questions.

By any objective standards, the United States is in a freefall of educational acumen. The social indoctrination, perfected through government schools, produced a society of nonfunctional imbeciles. The newspeak of the Mary Matalin’s and James Carville’s only reinforces the false
paradigm. The cheerleaders who champion the crooked political institutions that protect the elites, while whipping the underlings needs to be ignored. Listen to those who cry out for authentic social justice.

Wise up! Educate your fellow ill-advised neighbor. Engage in the political process through opinionated speech. Demand confrontation with officialdom and uplift the timid with your own courage. Cultivate relationships with sound logic and Christian compassion. Stupidity can be reversed, when the will to learn is accepted.

Help to stamp out complacency and apathy with inspiration and example. The road back from serfdom is not easy and often is not well travelled. It is your task to increase the traffic on this highway. Teach the actual history of our heritage and accept nothing less than a devotion to genuine patriotic principles.

Moral precepts that defend individual liberty are the only rules that one should not break. Cast off folly and accept the natural worth of your own being. Government is not a friend; it is the foe of an independent and civilized society.

SARTRE – July 8, 2012

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