Everyone imposes his own system as far as his army can reach.
Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas.
It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.
- All Quotes by Joseph Stalin
Know Your Enemy
I recall wanting to read Mein Kampf as a young kid, although to this day I have only read excerpts. I wanted to know what made this guy tick, what his thoughts were. How could someone justify such horrific actions. As I have progressed into adulthood I have only become more and more convinced that books written by psychopath killer dictators should be required reading for every single human being on the planet. In a similar vein, I remember hearing the argument back in high school that people should not read Machiavelli’s The Prince. The argument was that if people read a manual on devious thoughts, and the application of ruthless behavior to achieve one’s selfish ends, that it would permeate society and lead us all into a darker place. As soon as I heard this, of course, the first thing I did was head to the book store to buy it. I recall my reaction to the treatise vividly.
I remember thinking how absolutely asinine the argument for shielding this book from society really was. The conclusion I came to was that anyone with a truly sick, sociopathic mind wouldn’t learn anything from this book. Their minds already intuitively thought that way. Those that could be persuaded to think in that manner as a result of reading such a book were just dangerous sheeple that would sell their souls to work with a sick system. They would end up doing so anyway. Those people don’t scare me so much as the naturally devious mind does. They can be easily outmaneuvered by smarter men and women. If I am correct, then the worst possible thing we can do as a society is to pretend that this extremely small percentage of the population doesn’t exist or pose a threat to us in our everyday lives (please read my related article here). I think that most of the population of the United States (aka Disneyland) has been duped into thinking that somehow the Hitler or Stalin personalities of the world no longer exist! That somehow they just disappeared from the earth after World War 2, or more importantly, if they exist they are in some remote African country or Middle Eastern nation that just conveniently happens to have oil!
If Americans can indeed be convinced that such people roam the streets of the US of A then they are likely the one-off serial killer we hear about every now and again, or some homeless person that ODs on bath salts and eats some other homeless persons face on the side of a highway in Miami. The big secret is that the smart, devious and ambitious minds do not lock middle aged women in basements; they go into politics. More specifically, they pursue power wherever it can be had. This is why I refer to Washington D.C. as a the world’s largest cesspool. I think at this very moment there aren’t many places on this earth with a higher concentration per capita of twisted, immoral, inhumane creatures that somehow still refer to themselves as human beings.
So in this context, the awakening that is happening across much of my nation is really just the citizenry realizing what most of the world already knows all too well. The Siren’s song of Disney has been strong but its effect is wearing off. You can’t defeat your enemy unless you know your enemy.
Remember the Words of Joseph Stalin
As we head into the Greek election this weekend, I thought it would be appropriate to recall the words of Joseph Stalin. Particularly his observation about elections and vote counting. I find it hilarious that the Greek authorities suspended polling heading into the election. I mean, that tells you everything you need to know. This is exactly what you would do if you were thinking about rigging the results. The worst thing that could happen would be to have Syriza soaring in the polls into the main event. If that was the case ,it would be much more difficult to arrange a more “favorable” outcome. This way they can just claim “wow, unexpectedly the bankster parties won!” I’m not predicting that will be the outcome, I’m just saying the suspension of polling was a huge red flag.* Here is the chart of the last polling results and some excellent commentary. Greece is extremely important as it is a key testing ground for TPTB. Everything that is happening in Greece will be attempted elsewhere if they can get away with it there. This gives the country a great deal of significance. That said, even if Greece is lost there is no way TPTB can win this thing. It is taking them more than two years to roll up tiny Greece. Even if they succeed, do you think Spain and Italy will go so easily. Then what about the U.S. with hundreds of millions of guns everywhere? There is no chance. The globalist agenda is already dead in the water; however, as we can see it doesn’t stop them from continuing to try.
What TPTB do not appreciate are the lessons we are all learning from Greece. We must learn many more lessons though. We must admit to ourselves that there are truly evil geniuses out there, and in most cases these characters have taken control of the power structure (corporations, politics and factions of the military in most of the nations we reside in). The necessary action is not for good people to bury their heads in the sand and pretend that such people do not exist. We must get inside their minds. We must acknowledge and accept their presence as well as their power and then work tirelessly to relieve them of it. As Irish statesmen, author and philosopher Edmund Burke so eloquently stated: “All that’s necessary for the forces of evil to win in the world is for enough good men to do nothing.” Let’s just do it already.
Peace and wisdom,
* Note, a reader has informed me that a polling ban ahead of Greek elections has been in place for at least several years. This doesn’t take away from any of the main points of the piece; however, I felt it significant enough of an oversight to correct.