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The End of the American Way
various | by Huxwell

Posted on 02/12/2006 3:54:56 PM PST by Calpernia

The original American system promised a society in which the benefits of civilization including liberty, property, privacy, security and justice would be available to all of its citizens who were willing to work for them. However, such a society can only be sustained when the majority of the citizens are mature adults who accept the basic principles of self-government, self-reliance, and mutual respect.

Those principles require the individual to assume reponsibility for his own actions, to be a producer rather than a parasite, to exercise his liberty with consideration for others, and to support and defend the system. It doesn't seem that this would be such a difficult burden.

However, in each generation that passes, fewer and fewer are willing to accept it. Many prefer the "easy road" of perpetual immaturity, self-indulgence, and parasitical dependency on others. Some find it acceptable to lie, cheat, steal and even kill for their own predatory gain. Others have failed to actively defend the core principles, and failed to transmit them to the next generation. The result has been an accelerating collapse of the American system.

This decay has not happened purely by chance. A small group of European elitists and their well-paid agents have worked to subvert the renegade American system ever since it was founded. They have used propaganda, staged conflicts, financial manipulation, and false religions to deceive and seduce the masses.

The plan to implement a collectivist "new world order" under elite control has been very successful. Unless we change course, only the privileged nobility will enjoy the benefits of a civilized existence; the rest of the commoners will once again live without liberty, property, privacy, security or justice.

The Elitist Gameplan

The self-appointed elite groups that run the world view themselves as a separate race of "supermen", inherently superior and distinct from the people that they manage. It is essential for us to understand their viewpoint: to them, we are literally nothing but a herd of farm animals. They have no moral reservations whatsoever about lying to us, stealing from us or slaughtering us by the millions. A review of 20th century history should make that very clear.

• How is it that a small group of elitists are able to exercise control over the society?

The simplest answer is "money". Every warlord since the beginning of time has confiscated the wealth of the peasantry; it's no different today. That accumulated wealth has been shifted around from one dynasty to the next, and is now concentrated in the hands of an "invisible royalty" which controls the central banks, the commerce, and the governments of the world. Money buys competitors, it buys propaganda, it buys political control, it buys armies and weapons. The money power is by far the major force in society; whoever controls it controls just about everything else.

• How could they possibly maintain a coherent strategy over decades and even centuries?

The centuries-old system of royal orders and secret societies (religious and secular), in combination with modern corporations and foundations serve to provide continuity for the program. The elitists don't accept just anybody into these clubs; one must be born with the right pedigree to be considered. New initiates are bonded by oaths, rituals, peer pressure, greed and blackmail to their various orders, and carefully mentored by the elders. The loyal "team players" are rewarded with wealth, power and prestige. Renegades that don't go along with the program are simply weeded out one way or another.

• How could they keep their manipulations hidden from the public?

It's not difficult for wealthy members of private clubs to meet, plan and even execute those plans well out of the public eye. Do corporations release the minutes of their board meetings? Would reporters risk their careers to publish them? If we don't know what the directors of Enron (semi-public) or the Carlyle Group (semi-private) are doing, how would we ever know what the directors of the Masons or the Vatican (very private) are doing? Answer: Only if they tell us, and only if we believe them.

• How could people be fooled into assisting these efforts, even when they are opposed to them?

The manipulation of perceived reality combined with carefully staged events is the key to all magic. People act and react based on limited and often fraudlent information, packaged in a manner designed to appeal to their emotions and pre-programmed biases. The money power that controls the press, the schools, and the entertainment industry can present any issue, real or imaginary, left or right, any way they choose at any time. There is almost no way to independently verify what is being presented.

An example from the Left:

Is "global warming" a real phenomenon? Is it being caused mainly by human activity? Will an increase in government regulation correct the problem? Will regulation actually benefit the corporations that are "regulated"? Will it result in a loss of individual liberty and more power for the elite? (Answers: Maybe, No, No, Yes, Yes)

An example from the Right:

Is "terrorism" a real phenomenon? Is it being caused by the groups featured on the nightly news? Will a massive "war on terrorism" correct the problem? Will the war benefit the corporations that provide the war material? Will it result in a loss of individual liberty and more power for the elite? (Answers: Maybe, No, No, Yes, Yes)

The New Religion

Religion is another effective tool for manipulating the reactions of the masses. A "religion" is simply a regulated belief system. It includes any strongly held set of beliefs where the believers consider themselves to be members of a distinct group, and the group in turn enforces an orthodoxy of belief on its members. A religion need not be theistic.

Some religions are supportive of the individualist American style system, others are supportive of a collectivist European style system. Guess which type of religion is being undermined and which is being promoted by the elitists?

It's an historic fact that one of the cornerstones of the original American system was the fundamental, scripturally-based Christian religion. The elitists hate this religion and would like to destroy it for several reasons. It stands in the way of establishing their own status as demigods. It emphasizes the inherent worth of the individual as opposed to the collective. It defines the fundamental rules needed to form a stable society. It points out the self-destructive behaviors that cause societies to fail. It emphasizes the spiritual nature of existence rather than the material. And so on.

In order to create a subservient, collectivist herd catering to the worldly pleasures of a decadent ruling oligarchy, the masses require a different religion. One that emphasizes conformity, ritual, group activity, festivals, obedience to authority, irrational mysticism, a hierarchical priesthood, and license for irresponsible behavior. Let's look at some candidates, all of which are promoted by the elitists and targeted at different audiences.

Historically speaking, Roman Catholicism fits the requirements almost perfectly. Which is not surprising since it was created and promoted by the "Holy" Roman Emperors and their successors precisely for that purpose. Even though it has faded somewhat in the decadent West, it's still very much alive and well in "Latin" America, and is gaining ground as a result of their unchecked invasion of the north.

For older Americans, there's a hollowed out shell of the old Protestant religion: Social clubs with big fancy buildings, TV studios, and false, feel-good doctrines. Shows about angels, raptures, and other mystical mumbo-jumbo. Bookstores full of endless commentaries, tacky icons, and huggy Jesus dolls. In short, a form of religion without the substance or the power.

For middle-aged Americans, we have the "New Age" religion in several flavors. There's the Shirley McClaine I-am-God school of "Theosophy lite", featuring spiritual retreats with yoga classes, massages, bean sprouts, and centering. Then there's the Columbia University psych department "Course in Miracles", with the channelled words of "The Christ", workshops on forgiveness, and other feel-good group psychology. The list goes on.

For the youth, there's an increasingly bizzare culture of neo-pagan mysticism, nature worship, hedonism, drug abuse, and sexual perversion. Every immature and self-destructive practice imaginable is promoted by the elite-controlled media, which is creating a dysfunctional generation incapable of sustaining a stable and independent society. If you need proof, just look around: Count the skilled workers under age 30. Count the stable family units. Count the Prozac zombies.

For the intellectual who (rightly) rejects these alternatives, Humanism is the preferred substitute. One can take pride in one's reasoning faculties, without all the silly mysticism of traditional religions. Man is the measure of all things. There's no need to look for a creator in a universe that obviously "evolved" on its own by natural processes. We will find our destiny in the stars when we contact the space brothers, like Carl Sagan said. [1]

Of course, humanism also opens the door for satanists like Aleister Crowley who proclaim that the only morality is to "do as thou wilt". Why not? After all, survival of the fittest (ie: richest, strongest, most ruthless, most dishonest) is the natural way. The humanists have no basis on which to challenge this without being inconsistent, and the space brothers are not much help.

This brings us to the elite themselves, whose preferred religion appears to be self-worship along with a dash of Masonic Theosophy, Luciferianism and/or Druidism for the spiritually inclined. The technocrats that run the machinery for them tend to be humanists. Worldly rewards are all that they expect, and it makes sense for them to seek out the most powerful masters to serve. Might makes right.

The Old Religion

The Jewish scriptures reflect the long history of one of humanity's oldest surviving cultures. According to their scriptures, one thing that irritated the Creator more than anything else the Israelites did was to commit "spiritual fornication" by worshipping foreign gods: Judges 6:25-26: Jehovah commands Gideon to "...throw down the altar of Baal that thy father hath, and cut down the grove that [is] by it and build an altar unto the LORD thy God...and offer a burnt sacrifice with the wood of the grove which thou shalt cut down."

1 Kings 15:11-13 : King Asa of Judah "...took away the sodomites out of the land, and removed all the idols that his fathers had made. And also Maachah his mother, even her he removed from [being] queen, because she had made an idol in a grove; and Asa destroyed her idol, and burnt [it]"

1 Kings 16:30-33: "King Ahab...did evil in the sight of the LORD above all that [were] before him. And it came to pass... [that he] went and served Baal, and worshipped him. And he reared up an altar for Baal in the house of Baal, which he had built in Samaria. And Ahab made a grove; and Ahab did more to provoke the LORD God of Israel to anger than all the kings of Israel that were before him.

Jeremiah 7:18: "The children gather wood, and the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead [their] dough, to make cakes to the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto other gods, that they may provoke me [the LORD] to anger."

Why should modern, sophisticated men care about this ancient history / mythology? After all, hasn't science proven that the "Creator" doesn't even exist? It may come as a shock to you to learn that many of today's powerful elitists are Knights or Adepts in various medieval religious orders. Some of them are sodomites that still worship idols in groves, just like their spiritual ancestors did. They take it very seriously, and so should we. The pagan "Old Religion", a relic of the un-enlightened past, is now the fastest growing belief system in America.

For those who doubt this, here are a few random samples out of the thousands available online:

Articles about the famous San Francisco elite club Bohemian Grove and their Owl idol:

Article about the new age "Earth Charter" and "Ark of Hope" sponsored by the U.N.:

Article about Druidic rituals and "Establishing the Grove":

Article explaining the various "degrees" in a typical Wicca Coven:

Typical site for "Goddess Worship":

Comments on the phenomenon of Catholic "Mary Worship":

One difference between a fool and a wise man is that the fool learns only from his own mistakes; the wise man learns from the mistakes of others. Even if you attribute the outcome to "natural cause and effect", it's clear that the Jews were warned over 2000 years ago what would happen to their society as an inevitable consequence of such practices.

It isn't hard to see that all of these elite-sponsored belief systems are fundamentally incompatible with the core American principles defined above. Their acceptance by both the decadent leadership and the gullible masses is clearly leading to a radical transformation of the society (as intended).

A society of un-educated, irrational, hedonistic, dependent weenies standing around in circles chanting to the "earth spirits" and the "goddess" will be easy to manage. Especially with the tracking systems, 24/7 surveillance, and satanic storm troopers that the elite has already prepared to finish setting up their global Utopia.


Footnotes: [1] The movie "Contact", based on the book by Carl Sagan, was about the closest thing to a Humanist religious film I've ever seen. Jodie Foster stars as the oppressed feminist / humanist heroine who makes contact with the space brothers. After some crude anti-Christian propaganda and vague ethical debates, she makes a spectacular taxpayer-funded voyage to infinity and beyond where she meets up with a hologram of her deceased father who tells her the secret of the universe. Unfortunately, Sagan wasn't able to provide a very satisfying revelation at that point, because he didn't have one.

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To: Eastbound

>>> I think it strange that you make references to the Masons and Catholics as being in on this world conspiracy against America.

Wrong. I didn't say that. You misread that paragraph.

I said, when you don't belong to a group, you can't verify what is being said about it.

41 posted on 02/12/2006 8:05:27 PM PST by Calpernia (
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To: eleni121

Answer this post first:

42 posted on 02/12/2006 8:06:35 PM PST by Calpernia (
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To: Calpernia
"I said, when you don't belong to a group, you can't verify what is being said about it."

So if you were not inferring it, why did you mention them by name in such a negative context? Were you not inferring?

43 posted on 02/12/2006 8:14:25 PM PST by Eastbound
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To: Eastbound

I mentioned them by name because I was inferring to the propaganda that has been floated about them.

When people don't belong to a group, they have no way of verifying what is being said.

Let's refer to Skull and Bones then.

Have you not heard of the propaganda floated about Skull and Bones?

Do you know for a fact if it is evil or is not?

Why don't you know? Because you never belonged to it and have no way of verifying.

Same with Masons.

Have you not heard of the propaganda floated about the Masons?

Can you verify it if you don't belong to them?

My point was the manipulation that is available from the absence of verification.

44 posted on 02/12/2006 8:20:13 PM PST by Calpernia (
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To: Calpernia

I knew you wouldn't and couldn't proved my point.

A player - you - without a game and without players is a sad thing to see...

45 posted on 02/12/2006 8:45:39 PM PST by eleni121 ('Thou hast conquered, O Galilean!' (Julian the Apostate))
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To: eleni121

You have not pointed out anything I wrote that was anti Christian.

46 posted on 02/12/2006 8:46:47 PM PST by Calpernia (
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To: Calpernia

Bump for later.

47 posted on 02/12/2006 8:51:43 PM PST by Euro-American Scum (A poverty-stricken middle class must be a disarmed middle class)
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To: Stellar Dendrite
"good job, but either these people can't grasp the info and dismiss you as a kook, or they just dont care because it's not about Bush VS the Democrats"

Or maybe it's because many of us have been through conspiracy kintergarden and have moved up to where the real culprits are doing their dirty work. In our courts and in our Congress.

Come to think of it, maybe it's time for someone to start a website and discussion group and start disclosing some of the dastardly shenanigans taking place in our government, name names, dates, places, etc., and work to replace the culprits and agents of change.

Oops! Spoke too soon. Someone had a headstart on this years ago and started his own website and forum.

48 posted on 02/12/2006 9:16:30 PM PST by Eastbound
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To: andysandmikesmom
The Illuminati, which was begun by Adam Weishaupt, hasn't been in existence since March of 1785. Yet, tinfoil wearers have used the name of this nonexistent group, to spread fearful conspiracy theories, for centuries.

Oh yes, you CAN find all kinds of sites, on the net, full of supposed info about this nonexistent group; however, that doesn't make any of it factual. You can find other sites, that claim that the Holocaust never happened, with supposed corroborating evidence too.

49 posted on 02/12/2006 9:17:38 PM PST by nopardons
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To: Calpernia
Which only led everyone else to dump on you.

Nobody, not a single one of us, "misread" what you wrote, nor what the author of this moronic article wrote; not a one of us. You are the one who posted garbage, which you imagined was "clear". All it managed to do, was add fuel to that tinfoil fire you lit, by posting this thread.

50 posted on 02/12/2006 9:22:26 PM PST by nopardons
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To: Stellar Dendrite

How about because the whole thing is just tinfoil garbage? :-)

51 posted on 02/12/2006 9:25:06 PM PST by nopardons
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To: Calpernia
"My point was the manipulation that is available from the absence of verification."

Well, if you were willing to face some of your fears, you might be able to verify a few things for yourself.

FRegards -- Dave

52 posted on 02/12/2006 9:30:45 PM PST by Eastbound
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To: Calpernia
The vast majority of the FFs were ELITIST. That's one reason that the Electoral College was inserted into our voting system. The FFs believed, with every fiber of their beings, that most of the people here, were far too STUPID, to be capable of actually voting for the right person to be president; or much else.

Your class warfare gambit, just wont fly. Why? Because, for starters, it's pathetically ignorant; as is the rest of your thread.

And all of your toing and frowing about how everyone else has "misread" what you've written, is horse hockey! You inferred, you implied, you wrote that which is nothing more and nothing less than very old, very tired, very stinky tinfoil! And one MUST ask, to what purpose?

53 posted on 02/12/2006 9:34:00 PM PST by nopardons
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To: nopardons; Eastbound; blackie; a_Turk; PresbyRev
Whatever you do

Don't push the red button!!

54 posted on 02/12/2006 9:44:04 PM PST by uglybiker (If a Liberal said something, and there was no one around to hear. Would it still be stupid?)
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To: redgolum
Or, possibly, that the majority of reasonably informed people believe that they don't really look too good wearing tinfoil.

Power seeks power. Gee. Duh. New revelation? I rather doubt it.

Power also always overreaches. Read what you like into that last little verity.

55 posted on 02/12/2006 9:47:46 PM PST by SAJ
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To: uglybiker

Very enlightening! Now can I drive one of those funny little cars too?

56 posted on 02/12/2006 10:04:50 PM PST by Eastbound
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To: uglybiker


57 posted on 02/12/2006 10:07:43 PM PST by nopardons
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To: Eastbound

Nope, that's the SHIRNERS...not the Masons. :-)

58 posted on 02/12/2006 10:08:30 PM PST by nopardons
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To: nopardons

Durn! I shoulda never pushed the button.

59 posted on 02/12/2006 10:16:54 PM PST by Eastbound
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To: Eastbound

LOL...if a Mason of high enough standing, you could always become a Shriner too. Though, truth be told, exceedingly few Shriners get to drive the teensy cars. :-)

60 posted on 02/12/2006 10:54:36 PM PST by nopardons
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