Skip to comments.America as a Totalitarian Dictatorship
Posted on 12/24/2011 5:25:40 AM PST by RightSideNews
Since my first deployment to South East Asia, I have seen this great country gradually slip away. America has gone from being the world's greatest creditor nation, standing as a beacon of hope for the world, to the world's biggest debtor nation, where 42 million Americans rely on food stamps to survive...it is happening right now in front of us. Like it or not, America is a Totalitarian Dictatorship, and this article will help you understand why. After the Oklahoma City Bombing, my job required that I attend a two-day briefing on counter terrorism. At that meeting, several people from the DoD, NSA, and FBI repeatedly stated that the biggest threat to National Security was domestic terrorism. The specific examples they provided were members of the National Rifle Association, Right to Life Organizations, Military Veterans, and others who were merely exercising their constitutional rights, or in some cases, doing nothing at all. Myself and others were encouraged to engage in a program where we would report on coworkers, employees, and neighbors about such things as subversive bumper stickers. Since its the role of the government to protect constitutional rights, including the freedom of speech, I understood this was no longer a country dedicated to liberty and the rule of law since none of these activities are illegal. Obamas Marxist mentor, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and his associate, Carl Friedrich, equated socialism and totalitarianism saying, [It] is a system of revolution, which seeks to destroy the existing political order so it can be changed economically, socially, and culturally. so as to comply with socialist ideology. Totalitarian movements, motivated by the general goals which their ideologies outline, have thus not stopped at the seizure of power.
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It is important to note the little known historical rules for government.
1) Government must eventually give the people what they want, no matter what they want. A good example of this is China, that regularly, at about 200 year intervals, would be invaded and conquered. But a hundred years after that, the invaders “would be Chinese, and do things the Chinese way”, having given up on their former culture.
2) A ratio determines whether a government or political system will survive or fail. This is the ratio of what the government promises vs. what it delivers. No matter how much it promises, if it delivers on those promises, it will likely survive. But if it does not deliver on its promises, it will likely fail.
The first axiom to this rule is that it does not matter as much *what* government promises, than that it delivers.
The second axiom is that political disagreement is more important to this than is agreement. Disagreement forces promise fulfillment, but if both sides agree to not deliver on promises, it jeopardizes the entire political system.
3) Democracy is the most successful political system in the world *not* because it offers freedom and liberty, which are admirable side effects, important to its proper function, but because democracy offers *efficiency*. And this *efficiency* can be seen by everyone from uneducated rural peasants, to royals.
This *efficiency* is best seen, however, at lower levels of function. At higher levels, the value of representational republicanism comes in to play, to maintain efficiency through managerial specialization.
4) Republican democracy has many enemies, however, within and without, and they often work together. To start with, both barbarism and criminal mobs are dependent on inefficiency, poverty and ignorance to maintain their power; and both realize what they want is thwarted by honesty, prosperity, and education.
Its second group of enemies are royalists and elitists, both of whom crave not just to be elevated above most others, but also that those others be diminished and deprived of what they want, to further enlarge the gap. Likewise, they strongly feel that such superiority and inferiority are hereditary. So their descent are also destined for elitism, and everyone else’s descent condemned to poverty and deprivation.
It should be noted that such people are so neurotic that they imagine their elitism to be a burden they are shouldering, in *support* of the “happy, carefree” lives of everyone else, those they think of as peasants or slaves.
The third threat to republican-democracy can best be described by the large number of people who are individually criminal or mentally ill. Anti-social people. The criminal create a terrible financial burden, and the mentally ill strive to force their delusions on society through manipulation of the law.
It is not the extreme cases of mental illness that are as problematic as those who are near normal, who can make persuasive arguments as to why society should embrace their abnormal worldview.
Thank you for posting this. It was a long ready but well worth it. Today’s politicians needs to realize that the best way to fix America is by the feds stepping back and leaving us the hell alone. Business can fix the economy. Abolish the DOE and let the states run education. If only I could be dictator for two years (having a dictator is unconstitutional too) I would slash the feds back to the original intent of the founders.
“We are not yet there. Paramilitary action by state and municipal police forces against nonviolent civil disobedient demonstrations is not yet a reality, quite”
tell that to the kids burned alive in Waco, Randy Weaver’s son and wife.
And isn’t it a shame that that article cannot be posted on FR. I tried yesterday. Here’s the link again:http://www.infowars.com/congress-to-fund-massive-expansion-of-tsa-checkpoints Go read it. Get motivated! Funding for VIPRE must stop!
Once FedGov conquered the state and killed the republic, the only thing left protecting the individual was the BILL OF Rights. That has been slowly dismantled since Wilson, the job is nearly complete. It's that nasty second amendment, it sure is a problem for the statist.....
Sic semper tyrannis.
But we only have the right to bear arms as long as five of nine politically appointed lawyers agree that we have that right.
I'm with Newt on this one - if they ever decide we don't have that right, their decision, and them, all become irrelevant to my actions. To quote a great American, Charleton Heston, "Not until they pry it from my cold, dead hands".
They still do that here in the police state of Wake County, NC. They had a Republican school board that trued to stop the insanity and like good guilt ridden sheep, they voted in a Democratic school board once again —who has vowed to continue the practice. Thankfully, every third person I meet, home-schools. They voted with their feet. But they don’t see the bigger picture and they’d never dare voice their true feelings in public.
I agree, have been saying the same thing for years.
That is exactly right, all of this has been going back and forth many years for instance the prohibition from 1919 to 1933, although other excuses were used it was only for the purpose of the Government to start war with the people, The Waco Texas massacre being an other example.
One step up toward the freedom that this country of the free Declared in the Declaration of independence and the Constitution and two steps back toward a socialist Government dictatorship.
As I’ve said elsewhere with a different topic: laws are walls.
Pinging the Agenda 21 list for an interesting article and thread.
Ray Peach, a veteran, traces his observations of how the Communist Agenda has been infiltrated into our society’s fabric. Thread discussion is very worthwhile, imho as well.
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I’m assuming the gray areas are the greenways. Not understanding fully your comment about difficulty in moving around. Are you saying there would no longer be roads through them? If so, wow.
Eliminating signs of human habitation from the greenways and the associated buffer zones is the eventual plan. It may take a couple of generations but it will happen. I’m sure the main roads and bigger towns will still exist but tiny villages like where I live in Norvell are slowly being squeezed.
While wandering the state land in recent years I’ve found a couple of permanently closed roads in my area. I find road signs out in the middle of hundreds of square acres of wilderness. I asked the old timers about them and they tell me that lots of roads have been “abandoned” over the last 30 years or so.
In the 15 years I’ve been here I’ve seen two bridges taken out never to be replaced.
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IF true, goodbye America.
They may home school but they still pay full price (taxes) to the “Beast.”
The school districts still has their “jack boots” on their necks and if they don’t pay, they will lose their homes and property while the “Beast” gets fatter and fatter and fatter.
Well, in that case (and in the imortal words of Dear Leader's former, Chicago-thug advisor, "Rhambo" Emanuel) and not wanting to let a "Crisis--or opportunity--go to waste...."
Dear Big Sis, you fat, mornon, Mooncalf, rug muncher. Go F yourself and the horse you rode in on!
OK, come and find/git me if you can? lol
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