The Protocols Of Zion In Action aka; NWO Kiev Ukraine Said Yes To The Devil

 

 

The Protocols Of Zion In Action aka; NWO Kiev Ukraine Said Yes To The Devil

El Cristo de la Concordia statue in Cochabamba, Bolivia

“And the light shineth in darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it.”

One can blame the US for overthrowing Kiev but if people like [Yatsenyuk] & Poroshenko had not accepted, Kiev and all of Ukraine would still be safe. In 2012 the US spewed out propaganda in Moscow but most Russians were not fooled and their country was saved. The acceptance of the US and EU proposals invited Hell to Ukraine and the Church was attacked.

Russian Cathedral

The light of God was in Metropolitan Vladimir (Sabodan), head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Kiev. He passed away July 5th amid the Ukrainian civil war.

Through his inspiration, on January 22, Metropolitan Antony urged believers in Kiev, “Today, we celebrate the Ukrainian Day of National Unity with a sense of sadness and grief. The country is on the brink of the abyss. … the Church demands a stop to the violence.

People! Come to your senses!” His words are an echo from the past.

In November of 1917, Metropolitan Tikhon of Moscow told the Communists.

“Come back into your senses, you madmen and stop spilling blood! What you are doing can please only Satan.”

In those days Lenin and company were financed not only by Germany but by the Oligarchs from the United States and Great Britain.

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They said yes to Satan and Russia fell into the abyss of Hell. Rather, Hell came to earth. The average is about 65 million suffering and dying to their yes. The West scoffs at the figure like Stalin who said,

“One death is a tragedy; one million is a statistic.”

“But they that hope in the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall take wings as eagles” The Russian Church had survived. The death of millions of martyrs was the seed of a renewed faith.

The Faith survived and Communism went down to defeat!

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This author has witnessed it and I can truly say, “And I saw them that had overcome the Beast. These are they who are come out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and have made them white in the blood of the Lamb.”

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Now Russia stands invincible against the [Rothschild’s Red Shield] Red Dragon and is hope for other countries.

Thank God Crimea voted to become part of Russia or they would suffer the same fate. The Ukraine in the past suffered “Holodomor” thanks to Lenin’s “Yes” to the West.

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Bread Basket Of Eastern Europe Is Ukraine ~ Agenda 21 in 1932 Was Called Holodomor.

Poroshenko’s [Yatsenyuk] “Yes” has again invited Hell to not only the separatists but to Kiev and all of Ukraine. Protests against the current government continue. Mother’s protest that their sons are being taken away to fight against their own people. These soldiers flee to Russia or take drugs or commit suicide.

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Last May a priest was killed. Fr. Paul Zhuchenko was shot in the Donetsk region.

In early August, Archpriest Vladimir Kreslyansky was killed during the bombing of Lugansk.

Orthodox Priest

August 9th in Lugansk another Orthodox priest was killed during the bombing.

“The witnesses say that he died praying. While he was praying the dropping bombs blew up in the air before they reached the ground, and no other people got wounded.”

His prayers miraculously saved his people. More priests are missing and assumed dead.

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Churches are bombed and civilians are not spared. Last July a church was bombed [by Kiev, USA] then later filmed by Anna News in this video. Recently in Gorlovka, the Annunciation Church was set ablaze by bombs that hit it intentionally.

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Kiev wants genocide in SE Ukraine. They obey their master well. It’s the CIA way of doing things. The Russian Church says it, “is renewing its call for the immunity of holy places and the clergy not to be sacrificed to hatred”. Sadly, I do not hear the western churches protest Kiev. Certainly their governments do not implore Kiev to stop the bombings.

Pope Francis

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A few days ago a plane came from Canada arrived in Kharkov with $4.5 million worth of equipment for Kiev. Pentagon Press Secretary, Rear Admiral John Kirby admitted he was sending some instructors to Kiev.

Some supposedly to help investigate the Malaysian Crash MH17. I would ask Kirby why investigate since your country blamed Russia a few hours after the attack?

They are probably trying to hide the evidence of bullet holes. In the past, these instructors keep getting shot and killed. Some were said to be killed recently in this video.

To solve the issue, Alexander Dugin in his “Letter to the American People on Ukraine” writes,

“The [rothschild] American political elite has stolen, perverted and counterfeited the American identity. And they make us hate you and they make you hate us… – the global oligarchy who rules the world using you and smashing us. Let us revolt. Let us resist. Together, Russians and Americans. We are the people. We are not their puppets.”

Dugin is very hopeful, but I am not in this case.

The US will not make peace. After all, making peace is losing money, either in Europe or the Middle East. They says “Yes” most emphatically because of their greed. Their souls are darkened by Sin and cannot comprehend the light. All I hear is Obama claiming it’s Russian propaganda and escalating the war.

Bush used to call it the New World Order. It’s just another chapter in Obama’s book of “Hope and Change”.

“For they are the spirits of devils working signs, and they go forth unto the kings of the whole earth, to gather them to battle against the great day of the Almighty God.”

Rothschild Tolkien Lord Of The Rings

THIS IS NO JOKE

J.R.R. Tolkien studied rothschild while living in Africa during the 1835 Boer War for gold.

The Battle of Blood River 1835 South Africa By Deidre Fields

IS Lord Of The Rings IS The Protocols Of Zion In Action aka; NWO.

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Why are US Forces in Yemen at All?

A tribesman loyal to Houthi rebels, right, chants slogans during a gathering aimed at mobilizing more fighters into battlefronts to fight pro-government forces in several Yemeni cities, in Sanaa, Yemen, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017.

‘The truth of the matter is that America is killing people — terrorists and others — because its leaders don’t know what else to do.’

Several days ago, press reports revealed that U.S. special-operations troops had conducted a raid in Yemen. Impoverished, violent, and bitterly divided, Yemen has hitherto had a place on the roster of countries that the United States periodically bombs without being graced with the presence of U.S. forces on the ground. As long as this arrangement persisted, few Americans paid attention to events in this far corner of the “war on terror.” After all: Whoever was killed and maimed by U.S. ordnance falling from the skies, it wasn’t our guys.

Now with one Navy SEAL dead, several others injured, and a $75-million aircraft destroyed, the calculus has changed. However briefly, Yemen is in the headlines, with the press even taking note of the civilian bystanders killed and wounded as the Americans fought to extricate themselves from an operation gone awry. Here for our novice commander-in-chief who has promised “we’re gonna win so much people will say we can’t take it any more” was a vicarious baptism of fire.

Those who speak on behalf of Donald Trump categorize the outcome as his first win, and an impressive one at that. According to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, the raid was “a successful operation by all standards,” not to mention, “very, very well thought out and executed.” Few other outside Trump’s inner circle share that assessment. By any objective measure, the raid was an embarrassing and costly failure—so much so that the Yemeni government has reportedly forbidden any further such intrusions.

But let’s not rush to judgment, Andrew Exum suggests. Don’t hold Trump accountable for the outcome, when the real problem is bureaucratic constipation.

In Exum’s defense of the raid and the decisionmaking process that guided it, he complains that discussion at the upper levels of the national-security apparatus has become too “slow and ponderous.” Constraints imposed from above negate “one of the primary advantages the U.S. military enjoys, which is a highly trained and capable officer corps in the field that can exercise independent judgment.” Allowing the officer corps greater freedom of action will, by implication, yield more effective outcomes. Meddling civilians, therefore, need to butt out, allowing field commanders “to be aggressive [and] to take risks,” even if on occasion they may “fall short.”

Coming from a former senior Department of Defense official, this strikes me as a radical misdiagnosis of the problem—a bit like a physician prescribing soda pop and chocolate bars as an antidote to ketoacidosis.

My own reading of recent U.S. policy suggests that an absence of aggressiveness or an aversion to risk do not number among the explanations for why the World’s Greatest Military has accomplished so little of late. Indeed, I would submit that since 9/11, the U.S. military has demonstrated both qualities in spades. What’s been lacking is sobriety and clarity of thought.

In Afghanistan, a campaign of astonishing boldness enabled U.S. forces in 2001 to overthrow the Taliban in remarkably short order. Commanders congratulated themselves on their brilliance, and without bothering to stabilize that country, immediately moved on to fresh challenges. What had been gained was soon lost. Fifteen-plus years later, the war in Afghanistan grinds on.

In Iraq, a lightning thrust by U.S. forces toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003, resulting in what was advertised at the time as an epic victory. Alas, the commanders responsible had given little thought to what might happen next. The independent judgment that they exercised turned out to be monumentally defective. In short order, an epic victory transformed itself into an epic quagmire.

Libya in 2011? Same story: Bold action, illusory success, then a first-class mess, albeit one that Libyans rather than U.S. troops were let to deal with.

It would be wrong to saddle the officer corps with exclusive responsibility for these serial disappointments. A fairer verdict would be this: Collaboration between senior Department of Defense officials, Republican and Democratic alike, and senior military officers from all services, resulted in deeply defective plans based on erroneous assumptions leading to unforeseen consequences that field commanders then struggled to contain, while expending lives and treasure with abandon.

Apportioning responsibility for military failure is not necessarily easy. Who, for example, squandered the “victory” won in Iraq in 2003? President George W. Bush? Donald Rumsfeld and the senior Department of Defense officials who fancied that it would all be easy? The now-suitably forgotten members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the time? CENTCOM commander General Tommy Franks, once upon a time heralded as a Great Captain? Answer: all of the above. (And, if only for reasons of gender balance, throw in the likes of Private Lynndie England, who rocketed to fame humiliating detainees at Abu Ghraib.)

Killing people and bombing things has become a substitute for policy and indeed for thinking.

What explains the exceedingly modest payoff that America gets for the $600 billion-plus dollars that congress annually funnels to the Pentagon? It’s ludicrous to suggest, as Exum does, that the problem lies with timid and slow-moving civilian officials who have “denied subordinate commanders the flexibility to exploit opportunities they saw on the battlefield.” No, the real problem is that the senior civilian officials aided and abetted by the military professionals to whom they look for professional advice have jointly failed in the formulation of a coherent strategy—a concrete plan to achieve U.S. policy objectives at a reasonable cost.

Senior civilians and senior military officers today engage in their tug of war over military minutiae—when, how, and whether to conduct a raid—because doing so enables them to sustain the pretense that the United States is engaged in a strategically purposeful enterprise: that America is killing people pursuant to some plausible political outcome. The truth of the matter is that America is killing people—terrorists and others—because its leaders don’t know what else to do.

Killing people and bombing things has become a substitute for policy and indeed for thinking. Where there should be strategy, there is a void. Will a president who looks to the likes of Steve Bannon and Michael Flynn for advice fill that void? I don’t think so.

The operative question is not: Why did last week’s raid in Yemen fail? Instead, it is: What are U.S. forces doing there in the first place? How, at this stage of the game, is further expansion of the conflict once known as the Global War on Terrorism advancing the basic security interests of the United States? All that Mr. Trump is doing is to embrace the legacy of his predecessors: perpetuating what has become an open-ended war of attrition.

“Slow and ponderous”? Me, I’ll take it any day of the week, especially if the sole alternative on offer is “hasty and stupid,” as it appears to be.

CONDUCTING MILITARY OPERATIONS IN YEMEN BECOMES MORE COMPLICATED FOR US

 

After the recent raid of the US Special Forces in Yemen, it will be more difficult to conduct ground operations on the territory of the country for the US.

UPD: Yemen did not issue an outright ban on future American-led missions, though the country has called for a ‘reassessment’ of a raid, conducted by the US Special Forces on January 28, the Washington Post newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing a Yemen’s top diplomat.

Yemeni Foreign Minister Abdul-Malik al-Mekhlafi also told the AP news agency that “Yemen continues to cooperate with the United States and continues to abide by all the agreements,” adding that the Yemeni government “is involved in talks with the US administration on the latest raid.”

“It’s not true what’s being said,” a senior Yemeni official said, talking about the Yemeni ban on operations of the US Special Forces. “We and the international community are working side-by-side to fight terrorism,” he said.

In addition, the US Central Command has not stopped its operations on the territory of the country.

“We have not been directed to stop any operations against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula,” US mil CENTCOM spox about end to Yemen raids

US President Donald Trump, who announced the fight against international terrorism as one of his main priorities, met with the first failure – after the recent raid of the US Special Forces on Al-Qaeda headquarters in Yemen led to the deaths of civilians, the authorities of the Arab country have expressed a strong protest against such special operations of Washington, the Kommersant newspaper reported.

The problem of the US is worsened by the fact that the current Yemeni government are completely dependent on Saudi Arabia that means that the demarche, taken by them against the White House, could be sanctioned by one of the most influential countries in the Arab world.

The immediate occasion of the tough statement of the Yemeni authorities was results of the US SEAL’s raid on the headquarters of the Al-Qaeda group in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), carried out on January 29, during which 14 terrorists, one US soldier and at least ten civilians, including women and children, were killed.

According to an official version of the Pentagon, the operation had “purely a reconnaissance nature”: the aim was to seize computers and mobile phones of terrorists, as well as data on activities of the AQAP. But in fact, the special forces’ soldiers had one more task – to capture or kill AQAP commander Qasim al-Rimi, who is considered by the US as one of the most dangerous terrorists in the world. However, the US Special Forces did not manage to capture or kill him. Last Sunday, al-Rimi published online a video, in which he said that the “madman from the White House received a slap in the very beginning of his way.”

At the moment, Yemen actually is a divided state. Its northern regions, including the capital of Sanaa, are controlled by the pro-Iranian Shiite movement of Ansar Allah. An Arab coalition, created by Saudi Arabia, which supports President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, recognized by the world community, has been fighting against the movement.

The government of Hadi came to power virtually as a result of a military operation, organized by Riyadh and its allies. Given this circumstance, it is difficult to imagine that the loud demarche against the new US administration was taken without an approval of Saudi Arabia. Consequently, the Donald Trump’s team runs the risk to get not only a traditional partner and ally in the face of Riyadh, as it usually was, but also a tough opponent.

At the same time, an advisor to the director of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies, Elena Suponina, told the newspaper that there also could be another reason for such a statement of the Yemeni government – the Yemeni authorities were forced to react to the actions of the US Special Forces “under pressure of people.”

She reminded that Yemen was among the seven countries with predominantly Muslim population, for which Trump tried to impose a ban on entry into the US. On the other hand, according to Suponina, the Yemeni authorities would not be able to stay without military and technical assistance of Washington in the fight against terrorism. In this way, the expert suggested that there would be “backroom bargaining” between the Trump’s administration and the Yemeni government.

Iran war rhetoric and the ‘Trump-ordered’ dawn raid in Yemen: WWIII isn’t ‘coming’ – It’s happening NOW

Iran war rhetoric and the 'Trump-ordered' dawn raid in Yemen: WWIII isn't 'coming' - It's happening NOW

US government rhetoric against Iran has lately hit levels not seen since the Bush administration, and a string of events over the last couple of weeks in and around Yemen appears to be the reason for it. US drone strikes and airstrikes against targets in Yemen took place before, during and after Trump’s inauguration, but it was the US Special Forces (Navy Seals 6) raid in central Yemen on January 28th that got the US media’s attention. Two…

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Trump Confronts New McCarthyism

February 9, 2017

President Trump has hit back forcefully against the New McCarthyism, including a stunning rebuke of Sen. John McCain for fanning a New Cold War with Russia and risking World War III, writes Gilbert Doctorow.

By Gilbert Doctorow

The original McCarthyism of the early 1950s appeared with the consolidation of the Cold War. It was a witch hunt over supposed communist subversion of America’s democratic institutions. It was all about the Red Menace and the Russians are coming. Today’s New McCarthyism grew with the onset of a New Cold War and also has been about the Russians, especially the vilification of Vladimir Putin.

This anti-Russian hysteria reached a point of near absurdity in the last days of the Obama Administration with its trust-us allegations that the Russians defeated Hillary Clinton by releasing some emails showing how the Democratic National Committee sabotaged Bernie Sanders and other emails revealing what Clinton had told Wall Street banks but didn’t want the voters to know. If you noted that Clinton had previously blamed her defeat on FBI Director James Comey for reopening and re-closing the investigation into her use of a private email server, you risked being labeled a “Putin apologist” or a “Kremlin stooge.”

Of course, the anger toward anyone who resisted the “Russia-did-it” conformism did not come from nowhere. One can trace the current hostility to dissenters against U.S. foreign policy back to the presidency of George W. Bush when he gutted the Bill of Rights in promulgating the Patriot Act with almost no public challenge. In the post-9/11 climate – when any resistance to Bush’s edicts was regarded as close to treason – many of us became uneasy while talking politics on the phone or looking up certain topics on the Internet or taking books out of the library.

This intimidating surveillance did not go away when the Democrats retook the White House and Congress in the 2008 elections, but we stopped thinking about it because supposedly the “right people” now held the levers of power and surely wouldn’t repeat the abuses of Bush-43. However, not only did the surveillance state consolidate its powers under Barack Obama but the former constitutional lawyer sharply escalated the legal persecution of whistleblowers who dared give the American people a look behind the curtain.

Obama’s unprecedented assault on government transparency was compounded by the liberal-chic contempt meted out to anyone who questioned the wisdom of imposing “liberal values,” “human rights,” and “democracy promotion” on countries around the world. “Political correctness” dominated not only domestic U.S. debates but also the formulation of foreign policy.

Vladimir Putin was viewed as a retrograde force in the world, in part, because he aligned himself with Russia’s conservative social values and because he fell short of an ideal notion of what liberal democracy is supposed to be. The fact that the U.S. government also was falling far short of those standards – from ordering targeted assassinations with minimal due process to imprisoning patriotic whistleblowers – was largely ignored by an Obama Administration that saw itself as too wonderful to have flaws.

Blacklisting Dissent

So, when the U.S. confrontation with Russia over Ukraine, Crimea and the Donbas began in the summer of 2013, those of us who did not accept what was becoming the Washington Consensus, which held Putin to blame for everything, began to see ourselves as dissidents in the Soviet sense or at least in the manner of the old McCarthy era. In effect, we were blacklisted, largely excluded from publication in the professional journals, not to mention mainstream print and broadcast media. On campus, we mostly kept our mouths shut fearing for our jobs.

In the narrow, but politically important field of Russian studies, just how bleak the times had become was revealed in the December 2015 “Christmas issue” of Johnson’s Russia List, an important daily digest of expert and generalist writings about Russia which contained a 40-page propaganda barrage against Putin and his ill-begotten country. But the content of that daily issue merely reflected what was entering the editor-publisher’s in-basket each day. Still, the silence of dissenters should not be confused with agreement.

For all his blustery and egotistical faults, Donald Trump has punched huge holes in the dominant neocon ideology that underlay the Washington Consensus on foreign policy during the presidencies of both George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Trump’s tweets and campaign messages asked, aloud and repeatedly, what could be wrong with the United States getting along with Russia and cooperating on common interests, starting with a joint campaign against ISIS.

Yet, Trump’s rejection of Washington’s foreign-policy orthodoxy went beyond relations with Russia; Trump was questioning the consensus on how America has conducted its role as global leader and he was challenging the arrogance of intervening in other nations’ affairs, whether by finger-waving lectures or various regime-change schemes.

As noisy and messy as Trump’s political approach has been – with a number of unnecessary diversions and self-inflicted wounds – there is a significant and “revolutionary” side of Trump’s approach. It represents a potential reordering of the two major political parties, a revamped struggle for power within the Right-Left dimension.

He restated this “revolutionary” aspect of his foreign policy in his Inaugural Address when he renounced the idea of endless interference in other countries’ politics and a return to the traditional role of America as an example, not an interventionist. This was an in-your-face condemnation of most of those sitting beside and behind him on the rostrum who favored a “values-based” foreign policy, globalization and American exceptionalism.

Taking on McCain

From the Oval Office, Trump has continued his frontal assault on this foreign-policy orthodoxy with his closely watched and disputed tweets. Much ridicule has been directed at Trump for ruling by tweets since they often reveal a lack of intellectual depth and his facile narcissism. But what they lack in refinement, Trump’s tweets make up for in feistiness and courage.

For instance, in a Jan. 30 tweet, Trump urged Republican neocon Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham to “focus their energies on ISIS, illegal immigration and border security instead of always looking to start World War III” [emphasis mine]. This was, in its own way, as significant as the pithy and devastating rebuke issued by attorney Joseph N. Welch to Sen. Joe McCarthy on June 9, 1954, after McCarthy attacked the patriotism of a young Army lawyer: “Have you no sense of decency, sir? At long last, have you left no sense of decency?” Welch asked.

In a way, Trump’s reference to the behavior of McCain and Graham, running around the world advocating for one war after another, including a military confrontation with nuclear-armed Russia, was as precise and cutting as Welch’s putdown of McCarthy. In doing so, Trump broke the decades-long taboo on criticizing McCain despite his behavior as a loose cannon on the deck of foreign affairs, especially during the Obama years.

Behaving as if he had won rather than lost the 2008 election, McCain has traveled to such hot spots as Syria, Georgia and Ukraine with the goal of making U.S. foreign policy in the field, urging militants onward into violent clashes with their own governments or pushing U.S.-client states into conflicts with their neighbors.

Trump began his challenge to McCain during the campaign when he publicly questioned the “war hero” status of the Arizona senator by rhetorically asking in what way spending years in captivity as a Vietnam prisoner of war made McCain a war hero.

McCain took his revenge shortly before the inauguration when he informed the press that he had just handed over to the FBI for follow-up a dubious report generated by a former British intelligence agent accusing Trump of being vulnerable to Russian blackmail because of alleged cavorting with prostitutes during a visit to Moscow years ago.

To stymie any new détente with Russia, McCain also introduced a bill in the Senate calling for new and  expanded sanctions against Russia. So, the White House tweet was a direct challenge to McCain for his actions that Trump warned were inviting World War III. In doing so, Trump is at least prying open space for a fuller debate about U.S. foreign policy and the wisdom of neocon interventionism.

So, notwithstanding all the self-righteous exclamations before media microphones by Establishment figures from both parties over the foibles of this populist president and notwithstanding the shouting in the streets by demonstrators, it appears that the President is advancing via his tactic of frontal attack.

A week ago, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Trump’s bellwether choice to oversee a new foreign policy, was confirmed by the Senate to the surprise and pleasure of those of us who had kept our fingers crossed. It is too early to say how or why Trump won this test of strength. But initial fierce opposition from ranking Republicans John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio was beaten back.

Now, the question is whether Tillerson and Trump’s other foreign policy appointees can achieve genuine change in the direction of U.S. foreign policy.

Gilbert Doctorow is the European Coordinator of The American Committee for East West Accord Ltd. His latest book, Does Russia Have a Future? was published in August 2015.

Entitled-as-Fuck Americans Find Life Without Immigrants Not So Great

Liberty Viral

In the Not-So-Distant Future — It’s been a rude awakening for some Americans who thought Donald Trump would make their country great again by banning immigrants and refugees, escalating trade wars, and exhibiting unfettered belligerence and disregard for human rights in his every executive speech and action.

“I thought bananas were American,” said Alabama moron Ted Studden. “I didn’t know they came from other countries. I wouldn’t have supported no tariff on Latin American goods if I’d known that.”

Studden said he was shocked to find his neighborhood grocery store devoid of quality produce.

“I couldn’t even find lettuce. Did you know a lot of lettuce is picked by undocumented workers? I thought they just did drugs and committed crimes.”

Studden was further shocked to learn white Americans couldn’t meet the labor demands of domestic agriculture after Trump’s mass deportation of migrants.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, white Americans performed, on average, twenty-six minutes of manual labor before quitting.

“The most cited reasons for quitting were ‘I’m too fat to reach the ground,’ ‘My feet hurt,’ and ‘I didn’t go to community college to work twenty-six minutes a day in this godforsaken field,’” the department reported in a press release. “White workers also expressed dismay with the humiliatingly low wages offered by commercial monoculture farms.”

Things haven’t fared much better in Silicon Valley, where tech executives have struggled to find enough brain power for their engineering and research and development departments.

“We rely on intelligent, talented, and ambitious workers to bring products like the iPhone to market,” said tech mogul Flan Mollusk. “Unfortunately, after Trump’s annulment of immigrant work visas, we’re having problems finding the right kind of worker. We tried hiring some workers from middle America, but all they did was complain about their lack of Internet fame. We had to fire several of them for masturbating in the break room.”

Mollusk pointed out the same Americans who whine about losing low-skill manufacturing jobs overseas have been enjoying the products of cheap foreign labor for the past thirty years.

“It’s kind of fucked up to close the door on foreign workers — whose governments have oscillated between leftist dictatorship and the ultra rapacious capitalism of banana republics — just as they’re finding their place in a new global middle class. Immigrants, refugees, and migrants want the same quality of life we have. They want access to the same job markets and capital markets and consumer goods we take for granted.”

Mollusk’s words didn’t impress Idaho dipshit Shirley Plaster, however.

“Muslims are our enemy,” Plaster said. “That’s why I support Trump’s ban. I don’t mind people coming here as long as they accept our way of life. That means memorizing the Ten Commandments and sprinkling crushed Doritos on top of tuna casserole.”

When asked if Trump’s Muslim ban has alienated Muslim allies in the fight against radicalism, Shirley said, “I’m not sure what aliens have to do with this. I watched Independence Day 2, but that’s not what we’re talking about, is it?”

Most economists agree that Trump’s racist, protectionist policies have wrought irreparable damage to the American economy.

“Ironically, the people hurt most by his policies are uneducated, white, working-class voters,” said Dijon Goust of the Institute for Apocalyptic Economic Analysis. “Those with higher levels of education and adaptable skill sets are able to emigrate. Economists, for example, are finding work in Asia and Latin America, where they still care about evidence-based research.”

When pressed on this last point, Goust declined to elaborate, saying he was late for his plane.

Source: https://bullshit.ist/entitled-as-fuck-americans-find-life-without-immigrants-not-so-great-9989f1dd3739#.pu2jr64ac

What was the driving force that propelled Trump from a celebrity, to a Presidential-elect?

Economic Destitution and the Rise of Trump: Michio Kaku Explains how Technology Left Most of Us Behind

technological revolution

 

It’s official. Donald Trump is the next president of the United States, and those who haven’t resigned themselves to a well-nurtured case of alcoholism, are now looking for someone to blame. The first natural reaction, being the descendants of primates that we are, is to either blame the “libtards” or the “conservatards” because it’s a quick, lazy argument that requires no effort or thought. It’s also a distraction from the real problems that landed us in our current predicament, which have more to do with technology and industry than political dispositions. Michio Kaku explains:

What was the Driving Force that Propelled Trump from a Celebrity, to a Presidential-Elect?

As Dr. Kaku points out, some people say it was racism, some say it was the revenge of the white working-class, others say it was a revolt against identity-politics and the politically-correct (PC) culture. While Dr. Kaku states that all of these factors most likely had a contributing role, he believes the rise of Trump, as well as the Brexit movement, are in actuality, related to revolutionary changes in science and technology, which is the ultimate source of wealth in society.

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Understanding the Source of Wealth in Modern Society

Science does not progress in a straight line, but rather in waves – one invention can spur the creation of multiple technologies, and according to Dr. Kaku, this is an important fact to know. Before our current era, the standard of life throughout history was horrible for mankind. People were sick a lot, you didn’t live long, and life in general was dark and miserable.

          “Life was a bitch.” – Dr. Michio Kaku

However, with the coming of the Industrial Revolution – from which the “working-class” was born – things began to change rapidly due to inventions such as the steam-powered engine and locomotives. This generated wealth unlike anyone had ever seen before, but it came with repercussions. Dr. Kaku explains how it produced an unsustainable “bubble” (in the form of railroad stocks) within the economy that popped in 1850, “creating the first great crisis of capitalism” that was so severe, “Marxism” came about as a form of backlash.

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The Rise of the Working Class, the Second Revolution in Science and Technology, and Industrial Unionism 

With the coming of the Industrial Revolution came the rise of the working-class; citizens no longer had to be peasants earning meager wages under aristocrats. They now had the choice to work in factories, railroads and mines, earning wages that were slightly more livable.

The second revolution in science and technology, or specifically the coming of electricity, magnetism, and the internal combustible engine, again brought in tremendous wealth that was allocated to the few, creating another unsustainable bubble – this time bigger than the last. It focused on stocks in two areas: utility companies (due to the fact we now had electricity), and the automotive industry.

Enter the stock market crash of 1929, the rise of industrial unionism, and The Roosevelt Coalition.

1920s assembly line. Source: Public Domain

The Roosevelt Coalition

Also known as “The New Deal,” the Roosevelt Coalition transformed the “Democratic Party into a coalition of farmers, industrial workers, the reform-minded urban middle-class, liberal intellectuals, northern African-Americans, and, somewhat incongruously, the white supremacist South, united by the belief that the federal government must provide Americans with protection against the dislocations caused by modern capitalism,” (Foner, 2014, p. 809). The New Deal mind-frame dominated American politics until just recently.

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The Third Wave of Science and Technology

Initiated by physicists, the transistor and the laser were created, triggering both good and bad changes in society. Knowledge and technology spread rapidly via the Internet, and democratic movements took place across the globe, as people in various oppressed nations realized that not all countries are run by dictators.

Unfortunately, this new wave of technology is making the older industrial era obsolete – machines and computers can now do much of the work factory workers used to do. In the grand scheme of things, this is good (anyone who’s ever done research into The Venus Project would understand); advancement and the utilization of advanced technology is a good thing, it’s simply happening at a speed that society is unable to keep up with, and progress is further hindered by corporations who are desperate to keep the lucrative fossil-fuel industries running.

The industrial working-class took a blow. The irony is that science and technology created the industrial working-class. The irony is that science and technology don’t wait for anybody. We now have the rise of computers, the lasers – the rise of high technology and globalization, which means the hollowing out of the industrial working-class, and that in turn can explain the rise of Brexit in England and the UK, and the rise of Donald Trump here in the United States.”

And of course, with the third technology wave came another bubble in 2008, this time caused by real estate speculation.

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What’s the Specific Problem?

While about one-third of society did well in the technology boom, the other two-thirds saw their wages stagnate or fall, and it was the latter-mentioned who were, in part, the driving force behind Trump’s election. Another factor Dr. Kaku states needs to be taken into consideration, is that only one-third of the U.S. population has been able to attend college — so you begin to see a collation between wealth, globalization, and a college education; those with technological skills have learned how to earn money with the help of globalization (not restricted to localized earnings).

Commodity capital is gradually being replaced by intellectual capital.”

 

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The U.S. Educational System

Dr. Kaku states that we are at the beginning of a forth wave of technology (and therefore, a new creation of wealth) in the form of artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and biotechnology. The problem is, we’re still providing our children with a 1950s education aimed at producing industrial workers, and our higher-educational system has been corporatized along with nearly everything else into a for-profit business the average citizen can’t afford.

American high school students have scored dead-last in almost every international competition in science and mathematics over the last 20-years. And although the United States is known for producing high-tech geniuses, this is because we import intellectual workers through H1B visas, allowing top scientists from around the world to enter the country.

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Donald Trump has appealed to the dying, industrial generations through his promises to bring back jobs by reinvigorating factory positions, with an emphasis on the fossil-fuel industry. This was a broken promise; despite Trump and his corporate colleagues’ efforts to keep the industrial era going, they cannot prevent new technologies from making old technologies obsolete, and this is what many citizens who support projects such as the DAPL do not understand – the Dakota Access pipeline is a death rattle of the oil industry.

Education is where we should be focusing time and effort; but rather than making proper education available to the public so that everyone can successfully transition into the age of technology, it is hindered by the corporatocracy, and therefore by default, the government, who are trying to keep us in a technological dark-age for the sake of profits.

Sources:

Foner, Eric (2014). Give Me Liberty: An American History. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.


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