September 18, 2019

The Present American Revolution? Or the Ongoing American Revolution

“Almost everything we have seen in just the last three months — the Kavanaugh chaos, the “caravan,” the ongoing Mueller octopus, recounting election results until they are deemed “correct,” the Beto and Gillum neo-socialism craziness, the swarming of a Fox News anchor’s home, driving public officials out of restaurants, the media circus at presidential press conferences — are symptoms of revolutionary America. In this conflict, one side believes it is not only not fair but also not allowable that it lacks the necessary power to make us all equal — but equal only in the eyes of a self-anointed elite.”<<<Read More>>>

A dear friend, who is forever sending me information to read and I am grateful, sent me Victor Davis Hanson’s latest article “The Present American Revolution.” It is an intellectual perspective of the obvious, perhaps based upon his own observations rooted in the very cultural changes that have brought us to a point in which the author believes we are in the middle of a revolution. I might suggest that we have been in some fashion of a “revolution” since the beginning of time.

Of course, it’s the Left’s fault, this upheaval of the culturally good. It’s but one side of the equation and it is, in and of itself, all a part of any American Revolution active today. The actions of the Left are not prompted by original thoughts or actions. Isn’t it the actions of the Right that drive the revolutionary symptoms of the Left? Isn’t this paradigm a design by men to perpetuate a revolution? Doesn’t history show us that there has always been opposing sides, opposing thoughts, opposing idealisms, and thus revolution?

It seems the author thinks our Constitution is being destroyed by a Leftist agenda. That may be the obvious truth, to those promoting a Rightist agenda. However, isn’t or shouldn’t the bigger question be what or who gave us the Left and the Right and for what purpose other than revolution?

All of this, which I find fascinating on many levels, reminds me of a piece written by Richard Fernandez not that long ago about our “Foundational Libraries.” These so-called Foundational Libraries are what most influences and drives our culture of the moment in history. I shared this information with readers and provided my own perspective.

My thoughts are that Hanson’s work and Fernandez’s work are much one and the same. Isn’t what Hanson relates to readers the effects of the ever-changing Foundational Libraries?

Here’s what I wrote in regards to Wretchard’s work:

…“foundational libraries” are what gives us our identity while guiding and directing us. Is there little doubt about that? It seems a fair conclusion that these libraries are and have been forever changing. The question might become who is really responsible for the changing foundational libraries? Doesn’t such changes also give cause to even change the reference title of “foundational libraries” to “social controlling libraries” as with these changes so also does the actual foundation deteriorate until it is gone, replaced by controlling social demands as expressed in the article?

If any of this is true, then the question becomes who actually controls the Foundational Libraries?

The Global Power Structure is designed with seemingly unlimited numbers of organizations whose purpose is nothing more than to manipulate and control our minds by inundating us with mass media. Programmed to feed off this useless garbage, that at the same time is crafted to take away our ability or desire to think for ourselves, we essentially become the techno-zombies or automatons the Global Power Structure wants us to be – easily manipulated and controlled acting out the roles designed for us.

So, why are we now of the mindset that we are in the midst of a new or “Present American Revolution?”

…one on the Left blames the destruction of our culture on the Right. While the Left and Right are eagerly mired in the false paradigm of Left vs. Right, blinded by the fabricated hatred toward others of unlike idealisms, the real powers continue to pull all the strings that bring the Foundational Libraries to a point that best benefits them.

It would appear that the Global Power Structure finds benefit in a new American Revolution. We must look at what could be the results of a revolution.

One might think that a Foundational Library would offer some semblance of stability, a grounding in moral behavior and existence. It’s easy to blame the Progressives for the radical destruction of the foundation, but both “sides” are to blame. Because I tend to identify more closely with a conservative perspective, certainly the Left is radically pushing to upend all things that offer stability in conservative reasoning. It works both ways and that is why there is such animosity, anger, and hatred toward “the other side.” It is designed to be so. It is part of the destruction of our Foundational Libraries, to bring us into an existence void of common moral decency, separated from the love and life of our Creator God and his simple plan of salvation -further proof that Satan rules this world and we are being manipulated by his evil powers.

There are so many great writers capable of pointing out the obvious and at the same time participating in the propagation of this “Present American Revolution.” It would really be a great event if some of these people would actually share if they know or research to find out, what and who is behind such things as the manipulation of our Foundational Libraries and the Present American Revolution.

 

 

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Buchanan: Pushing Revolution

*Editor’s Note* – We know that the media is controlled by the Ruling Establishment. We also know that those who appear to be in opposition to the Mainstream rhetoric and talking points, are simply controlled opposition, but still doing the bidding for the same rulers of the Mainstream Press – or they are allowed to operate. One must wonder, therefore, if Pat Buchanan is quietly and not so quietly stumping for revolution per his orders in compliance to exist and persist.

I think what he says about the Establishment’s concern over how the masses of servants will respond to the corruption that rules this land, but remember, the anger that exists was created by people just like Pat Buchanan. It has been an ongoing effort for many years now, to piss off the people perhaps enough to drive them to revolution, i.e. civil war.

“What explains the hysteria of the establishment?

In a word, fear.

The establishment is horrified at the Donald’s defiance because, deep within its soul, it fears that the people for whom Trump speaks no longer accept its political legitimacy or moral authority.

It may rule and run the country, and may rig the system through mass immigration and a mammoth welfare state so that Middle America is never again able to elect one of its own. But that establishment, disconnected from the people it rules, senses, rightly, that it is unloved and even detested.

Having fixed the future, the establishment finds half of the country looking upon it with the same sullen contempt that our Founding Fathers came to look upon the overlords Parliament sent to rule them.”<<<Read More>>>

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