Is there any doubt that America’s foreign policy,
based upon maintaining a global empire, actually makes us less safe? The misgiving is that such intercession has any actual
benefits to the citizens of the country. What once was a respected leadership role of non-interventionism in international
affairs, has become a dominating imperium for worldwide control and subjugation. Exporting the "land of the free"
is a myth, especially when domestic freedom is a dying memory. Internationalists tell us that military and surveillance drone
technology promises enhanced security, with little concern for collateral damage or loss of innocent life. However, the facts
do not bear out such claims.
The misplaced reverence to the ill formulated U.S Constitution
and hidden subjugation back to the City of London is one aspect of history that is not taught in government schools or discussed
in institutes of higher education. This subject is probably new to most observers of the legacy from the Founding Father’s
biggest mistake. Regular readers of BREAKING ALL THE RULES are familiar with the arguments made in the essays, In the beginning: Let there be the Articles of Confederation and Articles of Confederation was Preferable. Now the case for the betrayal of the purpose of the American Revolution needs to be explored.
As all the alarm bells ring continuously that the Russian Federation
is the cause for the latest cold war, the actual risk for a hot conflict or an intentional brinkmanship of worldwide proportions
should focus on the real enemy of humanity. The Brexit campaign was about more than just leaving the European Union.
Likewise, the Trump movement is about a great deal more than just keeping Hillary Clinton from the oval office. Formerly the
nation-state was the organizational format for government. Europe emerged from the dark ages to carve out kingships and spend
centuries of warring with mostly bloodline relatives. When the bonds of feudalism loosened and economic advancement expanded
the enlightenment of human thinking altered the political landscape. Notions of democratic principles germinated into ushering
aside Kaisers, Czars and Kings. The popular vote in a strange ritual came to be known as an election, was culturally adopted
as registering the popular will of the people.
Over the last half century, the public school establishment in America has achieved enormous results, if the intention was to dumb down the population. The term public is archaic,
since the current age promotes an internationalist interdependency culture, where the state defines institutional roles and
sanctions accepted standards. The public plays virtually no effective role in this process. For this reason the proper term
to use is government indoctrination centers. Bringing back the McGuffey Readers as the alternative to the state syllabus of common core is a step in the right direction. Our Dysfunctional Public Education Is No Accident essay lays out the correct standard.