Emmanuel Macron may be a few inches taller than Napoleon Bonaparte,
but he isn't qualified to carry the baggage of the emperor. In order to correctly understand the current EU globalist imperialism
practiced by the technocrats in Brussels, one needs to comprehend that the Rothschilds hated Napoleon. M S King writes in
"Two months after their 'Daggers Plot' to
kill Napoleon had been foiled, Rothschild's Jacobins (forerunners of Communists) nearly succeed in blowing up Napoleon's carriage
with a massive bomb (Plot of the Rue Saint-Nicaise or "The Infernal Machine")."
Long since the country entered the 20th Century, the United States accelerated
into a self- revulsion towards the institutions, heritage and cultural mores that founded the original Republic. Gradually
this abhorrence intensified and grew over the years as the elites of the eras feared the prosperity of the common man and
the apparatchiks sought to attain dominant political power. In both cases, the use of language to either praise or condemn
the country developed into a religious experience or a cult status. When a belief in a spiritual creed is replaced with a
secular ideology, the fear of righteous retribution wanes. Thus, hating a selective history of our country becomes a voyage
to purge any accounts that conflict with the new age social order that the Utopians profess.
If you though that Supreme Court Chief Judge John Roberts has rehabilitated himself after the monumental betrayal
of his Obamacare opinion that mandatory forced coverage would be viewed as a tax, horrified any sincere conservative, think
again. This appalling action has been viewed as a response of being blackmailed to a concealed acceptance of the totalitarian
collectivism of Federal Government supremacy. Whatever the tipping point reason, the result is that any platitude that
the courts are the defenders of the rule of law is a sad and very sick joke. The prevalent paradigm on judges that society
is instructed to accept as gospel, stresses that the profession is the safeguard arbitrator of constitutional law.
"During part of 1941 and 1942, when the Luftwaffe was busy in Russia, the German radio regaled
its home audiences with stories of devestating air raids on London. Now, we are aware that those raids did not happen.
But what use would our knowledge be if the Germans conquered Britain? For the purposes of a future historian, did those
raids happen, or didn’t they? The answer is: If Hitler survives, they happened, and if he falls they didn’t
happen. So with innumerable other events of the past ten or twenty years. Is the Protocols of the Elders of Zion
a genuine document? Did Trotsky plot with the Nazis? How many German aeroplanes were shot down in the Battle of
Britain? Does Europe welcome the New Order? In no case do you get one answer which is universally accepted because
it is true: in each case you get a number of totally incompatible answers, one of which is ﬁnally adopted as the result
of a physical struggle. History is written by the winners."
would be beautiful if politics was not the reflection of the fallen nature of the human race. All of history irrefutably proves
that escaping the political conflict is impossible. Most refuse to admit this fact of existence. The vast hordes of spineless
slaves that refuse to confront the immorality of the global power structure attempt to avoid politics as too distasteful and
bothersome to participate. Even more worrisome are the gullible who erroneously believe that the planet can be converted into
an earthly paradise if only a progressive secular society can be imposed upon every culture and governmental institution.
For these desperate libtards, destroying Western Civilization is necessary in order to eradicate the dangerous values of individual
freedom and national liberty.
Voting for Socialists is the Very Definition
The United States is NOT a Democracy. Yet if you listen to the Socialist Authoritarians,
you will hear that the people should ignore the rule of law when it conflicts with the collectivism that the liberal elites
deem as the only policy that is acceptable to the supremacy of their socialist society. Note the famous response, “Outside
Independence Hall when the Constitutional Convention of 1787 ended, Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, "Well,
Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?" With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, "A republic, if you can keep it.”
Now that the most disastrous aspects of NAFTA have been removed from the new
U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement; traders, business managers and the public will get to see the true sentiments of the globalists,
who will feel the pain of losing their special commercial protections. Restricting genuine free trade has always been the
main objective of the corporatists and internationalists. The basic question: has President Trump bucked the financial monopolists
and transformed commerce with a dose of business reciprocity or is USMCA just a back door to establish a North American Union?
BATR is a comprehensive view of the human condition.
Several sites comprise this anthology. The emphasis stresses an in-depth analysis of the realpolitik that influences
society and the individual. Ideology matters. In an age where the right and left distinctions are obsolete and misleading,
asking the crucial questions is essential.
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