Monday, October 12, 2009
Are we witnessing the fall of the republic or the rise of the resistance?
10 Octobre 2009 14:54
We have reached a fork in the road, a crossroads, and the latest film by Alex Jones, The Fall of the Republic, makes our choices clear.
Whether we live in the USA or Europe, we are watching the accelerating speed with which republics and democratic states are being transformed into dictatorships.
Regional dictatorships are emerging in the form of the North American Union and the European Union.
These totalitarian systems will, in turn, be subsumed under a single global dictatorship controlled by the WHO, the UN and the IMF. Behind the UN complex is a corporate crime syndicate that uses these bodies as vehicles for their grab for world domination, also by declaring a pandemic emergency which has given WHO and the UN extraordinary powers over the national governments around the world, including health services and police services.
Alex Jones’s latest DVD, The Fall of the Republic, describes how a predatory financial elite is currently consolidating their power, and is the follow up on the illuminating documentary, The Obama Deception.
The new film -- about to be released and discussed on Infowars -- makes it clear that we must choose between slavery and liberty.
If we take the wrong turning on the fork in the road ahead of us, we will be entering a period of impenetrable darkness, a polar night of history with FEMA concentration camps, barbed wire, wars and famines, forced military or labour service in a police state using nano chips as a means to accomplish a total electronic surveillance of every single person every minute of the day.
Every day we see more evidence of how democracy in the USA is being replaced by an obligatory ecstatic worship of the dictator/president.
It is glaringly obvious that the cult of personality being built around President Obama is just a instrument in a cynical game, a means of strengthening the centralized control of a banking clique pulling the strings of its puppets in Washington DC.
Children are being trained in schools to sing songs of worship of the man-god "Obama“: they are not singing these songs spontaneously of their own free will.
Respect for the Constitution and Bill of Rights is being replaced by the cult of universal genius and charisma of the President; soon the president/dictator will be the only free person left in the USA and his whims will be the only law.
Genuine government involving a reasoned debate about policies has already been replaced by an extensive network of bureaucrats and Czars, who act as obedient instruments ready to do the will of the President whatever that might be.
A hierarchical and centralized electronic surveillance state is already in place thanks to the Patriot Act and other measures. The surveillance state, under cover of claiming to protect agains terrorists, aims to destroy individuality and free-thinking and eliminate anyone who does not bow down to the cult of the president and submit to the ideology.
Free thinking people have been labelled terrorists.
A totalitarian structure is already established that will allow the president/dictator to soon just click his fingers in a monumental building for armies to instantly march into apocalyptic wars, millions of people to be taken from their homes to FEMA camps, because food and water will be cut off from whole regions leaving many more millions to die as the elite’s depopulation program gets underway.
The bureaucrats and officials who carry out these orders and implement the regulations and rules that are being used to oppress the majority of people may obtain a certain amount of power and money in return for their services but they will not enjoy any real freedom either. They will not have any value outside their work of calculating, planning and carrying out an endless stream of crimes that the dictator demands. As soon as they have performed their function like machines, they will be dispensed with. This is what happened in Nazi Germany as well to even the most loyal functionaries.
The elite's contempt for human beings is being paraded before our eyes everyday. We see the brutal spectacle of torture, wars and famine affecting millions of people on TV, desensitizing us to the ghastly suffering of so many people today.
There is, indeed, a depressing similarity between totalitarian structures emerging today, the atmosphere of terror, the prevalent nihilism and Nazi Germany, Stalin’s Soviet Union and Mao Tse Tung’s Communist China.
In the meantime, we know these totalitarian structures with the same features did not appear in different regions around the world accidentally.
Thanks also to people like Alex Jones, we know more about families such as the Rockefellers, the Windsors, the secretive networks such as the Bilderbergs and their plans for world domination. No wonder, Jay Rockefeller is rushing through a bill to dismantle the internet as information flows freely for the first time in history about this group's crimes.
The same bankers who financed the rise of the twentieth century dictators are now financing Obama and Blair, Sarkozy, Merkel and Brown.
Hiding in secret places, casting a greedy eye on the world’s resources, judging everything from the point of view of whether it can be used to increase their enjoyment or power, slaves to their own appetites, these banksters cannot be the future of humanity - and their puppets in government cannot be our rulers.
People like Frederic Mitterand, the French Minister of Culture, who says in his own autobiography that the sight of the slavery, degradation and suffering and sexual exploitation of children "excites“ him, need to be removed from office and treated for psychological problems, not praised and defended by the French Prime Minister as is the case today.
When you consider the caliber of people in government in France today, the secret French government plans to force vaccinate people with a poisonous toxin and strip them of their civic rights, plans which are being circulated by the Health Minister Roselyne Bachelot and the Justice Minister Michele Alliot Marie, are not that surprising.
A rotten tree does not bear good fruit.
Birds of a feather flock together.
Uncovering the monstrous structure of the new world order is frightening - but is also an opportunity. Now we have identified the root of the disease, we can apply the cure.
Not many people are needed to effect a change for the better.
It appears that only three per cent of the colonialists rebelled against the despotic British king. Yes, just three per cent of the colonialists were enough to start and win the first American Revolution and found an independent Republic based on a Constitution.
If the Republic does fall today, it will be because there are not even three per cent ready to rise to the occasion and save it.
But will the Republic fall? Or will the vital three per cent of the people once more step up to the plate, start and win the second American revolution by rallying others?
I believe they will. We can see the resistance growing every day.
The time has, therefore, come to think about what a new Republic and new democratic states might look like.
A revolution that unleashes mindless violence and/or a military coup that leads to tyranny instead of freedom are certainly not what we need. What is required is a systematic plan to achieve clear objectives.
"Life, liberty and pursuit of happiness“ of every person seems to me to be a valid objective.
This is the objective enshrined in the American Constitution, in the Declaration of Independence and Bill or Rights and implicit in modern European constitutions and normative law.
The American Constitution was clearly written with a consciousness of the high value of human beings and every single person. This consciousness was nourished by the soil of certain ideas found in philosophy, religion and art, especially that of the ancient Greeks.
Liberty or freedom is a central concept of the ancient Greeks who inspired the Founding Fathers and is worth taking a moment to explore.
Freedom is not only a moral or philosophical concept but also a social and a political one. The ancient Greeks understood that a person enjoyed freedom if they lived in a free state, a state that was autonomous and that passed laws that guaranteed the freedom of its citizens.
The unfree were those people who were subjected to a foreign laws and who had to serve a foreign ruler.
It is clear that we in Europe and in the USA today are indeed unfree in as far as we do not pass our own laws that serve our interests. Instead, we serve the puppet governments who obey foreign rulers in the form of a corporate crime syndicate.
These entities have corrupted, bribed and bought national governments; the laws that are now rubber stamped by our parliaments serve the interests of that corporate crime syndicate, not our interests as a people.
A huge transfer of wealth has taken place under the cover of wars, economic collapses from the people to this tiny syndicate.
For impoverished populations suffering from the mismanagement of these criminals, the bankers have a solution: a police surveillance state, concentration camps, FEMA camps and now mass murder through biological warfare under the cover of vaccines and even famine.
Freedom has too often come to be understood by the people in the USA and Europe as the freedom of choice when it comes to careers, cars, leisure pursuits etc. People are used to thinking about economic freedom and not political freedom. They are encouraged to think of freedom as the opportunity to satisfy their desires, no matter how destructive to them or others those desires might be.
By contrast, the ancient Greeks defined a free person as someone who lives in a free state, a state whose political and social system allows them to enjoy personal freedom and also directly shape the future of their country themselves. This implies participation in the political process that goes far beyond casting a vote in elections once in every four years for either two parties, which have more or less the same policies, and which work for the same paymasters.
Real democracy requires that free and informed citizens engage every day in the political decision making process, and debate and discuss the best policies or the state as a whole on a continuous basis.
Authentic freedom for the ancient Greeks was the right to make your own choices every day, so that you can develop your highest self, your latent talents, live out your unique life purpose in harmony with the deeper purpose of the cosmos, itself ordered by the divine principles of harmony and justice.
To do this, the ancient Greeks recognized that people needed a functioning free political system state - and they had to give a portion of their time to maintaining that state.
Justice demanded that each citizen enjoyed the same freedom and dignity and that the freedom and dignity of others was protected against the abuses of others.
Those who infringed on the freedom of others or committed crimes were held to account.
Athens was indeed the first democratic state founded on the rule of law. The idea of law was religious in origin. The ancient Greeks considered laws as coming ultimately from a divine source just as the laws in the Old Testament come from God even if the laws of ancient Greece had a more secular and rational character. Athens was unusual for its time because it was ruled by laws and by a free people and not by a dictator or a god-king with absolute power.
Central to the functioning of the free city state of Athens was the notion of responsibility. The ancient Greeks believed no human being can evade the consequences of their actions. Everything is interconnected. A wise, free, strong state must be built on the wise, strong, just characters of its citizens.
That the cosmos itself will react and push back when the actions of people infringe basic laws is an idea central also to Greek drama.
While people may enjoy freedom, creative power, great potential for happiness, they are also responsible for what they do; they are responsible for whether they use their energy and freedom to develop their character to become more wise, courageous, just, virtuous, honest, brave, disciplined, loving and caring.
They are responsible if they misuse their freedom to sink into ignorance, apathy, greed, materialism and corruption.
Indeed, Athens fell to tyranny as its people became more and more corrupted and materialistic.
A new beginning for a new Republic and new democratic states in Europe, means, in my view, that we need to support the development of people’s physical, emotional and intellectual abilities and talents through education, sport, work and the arts, like music, for example.
That way, people will not only enjoy more fulfilling lives themselves; they will also be able to better contribute to the overall prosperity and success of their nation or state.
Today, people are all to often reduced to animal-like existences, to wage slaves or cogs in a corporate machine, given minimum wages or benefits, poor quality food and even poisons by an international corporate crime syndicate that sees an advantage to keeping people in a degraded, ignorant and pliant state.
Today, we have a culture that is run by the likes of the French Minister for Culture, Frederic Mitterand, who openly revels in his decadent appetites, which he satisfies at the expense of the life and health of young and vulnerable people, whom any decent person would try to assist.
A new beginning for a new Republic and democratic era also requires a new appreciation for what it means to be part of a community in my view.
Today, the assault on the family, the community, the church, on anything that holds people together, has resulted in the atomization of society, in the isolation of people who have been demoted to being not members of humanity but to being part of a “herd”, of the “masses”, estranged from one another and also from themselves.
This alienation makes people miserable and results in a feeling of powerlessness.
A really new beginning requires establishing a framework for government that allows people to feel safe and secure and also gives them the space to live the lives they wish to, as long as they do not harm their fellow human beings.
Today, by contrast, the state has become an apparatus for the constant and minute surveillance and control of people. Violence and the fear of violence has become pervasive. Current laws criminalize just about everyone under the pretext of fighting terrorism - and now the swine flu pandemic.
The Constitution introduces a minimum of rules to ensure that citizens are safe and secure in their pursuit of life, liberty and happiness. There is not a word extra.
A new beginning means also establishing an economic system based on sound money and where people are allowed to build their own homes, put up their own energy systems, like solar panels and grow their own food with their own hands if necessary.
Today, people are stripped of the capacity to provide for themselves and also deprived of adequate benefits from the government.
In the USA, the bankers have thrown 40 million Americans out of their homes; men, women and children have been left to starve and freeze to death while 18 million houses stand empty.
We need to establish an education system where people are actively encouraged to think for themselves, to use their reason and not to submit in blind obedience to authority as people are trained to do today.
It is time to give people a solid education, accurate information and not a stream of half truths, lies and shallow opinions as is currently the case.
The hidden networks like freemasons and secret services that control the media and governments have to be dismantled.
There must be transparency, accountability, a genuine separation of powers among the branches of government, checks and balances that work and a media that is critical and independent – and not just an instrument of propaganda and deception.
A new beginning means putting in place a culture that helps people to develop their higher selves, their creative, productive, happy, virtuous side.
This new beginning is within our reach. We are at a turning point.
Millions of people are waking up around the world to how their political and economic systems are being manipulated by the international corporate crime syndicate. Many people want to take action – and they must do so if they want to live in freedom and dignity.
Our churches have not taken action. Our police have not taken action. These institutions have sanctioned this slide into a new era of darkness and barbarity.
We, the people, must take action whether we live in Europe or in the USA to stop the establishment of this monstrous, global totalitarian system under WHO, the UN and IMF.
Even if the US or other country's military were to carry out a coup, as some have suggested, and remove the top level of the network of operatives working for the corporate bankers, which has become embedded in its own organization, in governments, in labs and corporations, the military alone cannot restore the Republic.
Any military will need the help of millions of brave, informed, intelligent and disciplined citizens.
Before we can enjoy a new era of freedom and prosperity, security and happiness, in a political and legal framework based on a return to the Constitution and the rule of law, we have to clearly demonstrate by our actions that we really deserve that freedom, that we are willing to endure risks and hardships for that freedom and that we have thought deeply about what we will do with that freedom.
If history is anything to go by, just three per cent of us taking decisive action will be enough to stop dictatorship being established in Europe and the USA and resurrect the real democracy.
Jane Burgermeister, Sept 10, 2009