One would think that once was enough. One would think–hope, for God’s sake–that the world’s having come so close to having been ruled by a fascist killing machine would have been enough to teach those who are in a position to stop it from ever happening again to stop it from ever happening again.
Apparently not, however.
Look, I know that rhetoric is automatically ratcheted up dramatically once certain comparisons are made, but look around: the global political left–or, perhaps more appropriately, those who are more increasingly being referred to as the Global Elite–is seemingly once again determined to grasp and seize control of the economics and the political structure of the planet.
How else would anyone explain the evident axis relationship between those who are proponents of global communism and radical Islam? The American people have certainly been awakened by this radicalized administration, but I’m not truly convinced that they are yet fully well-aware that we are currently living in the pages of future history books. That’s understandable, for the simple reason that human beings by nature usually can’t see the significance of political events while they’re actually living inside those very times — “seeing the forest for the trees,” as the expression goes. As with all things, time has a way of making things come into a sharper focus and seem much more objective and understandable.
A little more than 70 years ago, the global, economic left allied itself with the seeming strength of Nazism; now, with the game unchanged and the conditions right, only the preferred ally for these opportunistic lunatics has changed. The larger picture is so obvious and staring us in the face that only those who desperately do not wish it to be true continue to deny it not only to others but more so to themselves.
In order to truly understand the historical period into which I believe we may now have been dragged, one must be very, very cognizant of history. Reading into some depth is helpful, but having at least a working knowledge of the basics is of paramount importance. Step back and look for the telltale signs: a fascist regime, hell-bent on exterminating the Jewish race, one that is continuing to increase its military profile and is intent on imposing its political doctrine on the world, in addition to its being funded by at least one major American corporation, General Electric. And that’s what we have today in Iran and radical Islam. These factors also came together 70 years ago, when some of the most powerful economic names–Rockefeller, Chase, Morgan, Ford–were to varying degrees financing the efforts of the Nazi regime.
Hey, as Al Capone might say, it’s just business.
Don’t believe it? Go do the research that your college professors would never have wanted you to do. You might even discover that Hitler had a Muslim wing of his SS as well.
Why is it, I wonder, that both the Nazis and the radical Islamists have in common a hatred of the Jewish people? Could it be as simple as the Jewish people’s singular cultural strength, its willingness to do whatever it takes to protect its people, its culture, its history, and its traditions, and–most importantly–its historical and seemingly perpetual ability to influence global financial markets?
I don’t think it’s anything more complicated than that. I really have a hard time believing that it has anything, in the truest sense, to do with pure ethnicity. This is all an economic-and-power play on a global scale. The global, elitist left wants complete control over global financial markets, and radical Islam wants to rule the world. Death to the infidel, and all that. I guess it’s good for them that they just so happen to be traveling in the same historical direction.
Those in this country who’ve already sold their soul(s) by allying themselves with these psychopaths sure better hope for two things: that they win, and that there’s no afterlife.
The regular, everyday people in this country who’ve succumbed to this “liberal” agenda and now consequently seem to actually “believe” in it–since it’s been both so nicely packaged, taught, and sold to them through revisionist history and under the wrappings of “tolerance” and “peace” over the last half-century–are the ones about whom I’m most concerned. They concern me for the reasons that (a) I truly hope that at some point basic common sense can be realized, as it pertains to the manner in which the individual rights and freedoms of people around the world are continuing to be violated with each passing day, and that (b) if they don’t disconnect themselves at some point, they will continue to present a major problem for us on our own shores.
All of what I’ve discussed presents context for the three important events that took place this past week, events that when taken together present a much larger, much more troubling picture. By injecting himself into what was already becoming a heated religious, political, and cultural debate with regard to the proposed mosque at Ground Zero, Barack Obama breathed an almost white-hot life into the issue, one that most certainly will have political repercussions come November. Of course, the real question that must be addressed with the allegedly “moderate” Imam heading up this entire project pertains to why this center of Islamic worship must be constructed at that spot, and no other. There’s apparently not an overly-significant Muslim population in lower Manhattan, and the entire Cordoba Initiative has flatly refused after having been offered other state land elsewhere in New York by Governor Patterson.
The last of our military forces also purportedly pulled out of Iraq this week, putting what would appear to be an official end to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Obviously, serious questions remain as to whether the purported pullout was real or mostly political stagecraft, and as to whether the fledgling democracy taking root in that country can withstand what are sure to be extremist forces challenging the new government; at the very least, however, I would think our leaving the region may only be a signal to those forces that another opportunity has presented itself.
Kind of like announcing the date of our withdrawal from Afghanistan.
But who would do something as stupid as that?
And, seemingly right on schedule, as our military departs its next door neighbor, Iran’s nuclear capability is brought online with Russia’s assistance. As former U.S. Ambassador and overall foreign policy savant John Bolton pointed out repeatedly over the course of last week, Israel’s opportunity to strike would pass once the fuel rods were put into place. Our administration has apparently convinced Israel that despite this threshold having been crossed–once again, in blatant defiance of worthless UN directives–Iran is still quite a way from having a functioning nuclear weapon.
Gee whiz. Coming from this federal government, which doesn’t even know enough to immediately recognize a failed car bomb in Times Square or testicular pyrotechnics in the air over Detroit as terrorism, assurances about Iran’s nuclear capability sure make me feel wonderful.
After having brought his nuclear capability online, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad–that bastion of mental tranquility–even went a step further by announcing and demonstrating yet another weapon, one to which he affectionately refers as the “messenger of death.” The Iranians now possess an unmanned bomber, one that considerably improves Iran’s ability to attack enemy facilities from a far greater distance; of course, the Iranians are only planning to utilize this new toy as a “defensive” weapon.
Sure — I believe that. Just as I believe the alleged “more direct” peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians, set to begin in early September and to be held in Washington (no doubt so that Barack Obama can gently glide his hand over the principal figures at the meeting and help them to see the light) have any chance of being successful. If you ask me–and this is just me–since these talks have historically never borne any real fruit, my tingling, superhero-like common sense is telling me that these talks are little more than a delaying tactic. For what? I don’t even want to venture a guess.
Who knows? Maybe a modern-day Neville Chamberlain will get it right this time.
Nevertheless, the main point that I’ve attempted to thrust home–successfully or unsuccessfully, you be the judge–is that we are living during a period in which we must take steps back and look at the whole picture, not merely the smaller facets on the gemstone. Cobbling all these together, along with the looming prospect of mid-term elections here in the States, and I can’t help but wonder about the time between now and then. American Thinker has an excellent article on this issue that I feel is a must-read for anyone concerned. Breaking the will of the American people to resist has always been and remains the most stubborn of hurdles for the global leftists/elitists, and they’ve had a year-and-a-half to make as much destructive headway as possible in our Congress. In that regard, I’d even venture to say that Barack Obama and his “Democratic” sycophants have done the greatest cause to America and conservatism this country has seen in the past 100 years.
With no one to stand in their way and no one to blame for their failures–not that that has stopped them in that respect–the Democrats, while managing to damage some of the fabric of American society, have been to a certain extent kept in check by the American people. With nowhere left to go, their backs up against the wall, facing watershed losses and a largely constitutionally re-educated American populace in November, this cornered political animal may indeed become quite dangerous.
You don’t actually believe that they’re going to go quietly into the night, after investing nearly a century into their machinations, do you?
It took the world far too long to wake up to the dangers of socialism, communism, and Nazism some 70 years ago. Let’s pray that we have our guard up this time and are prepared for anything.