Time to sober up
by John Vodila
Oh how history does repeat itself!
Like so many empires before it, the Soviet Union eventually imploded and fragmented, falling victim not so much to a direct military defeat as to disintegration accelerated by economic and social strains. Its fate confirmed a scholar’s apt observation that empires are inherently politically unstable because subordinate units almost always prefer greater autonomy, and counter-elites in such units almost always act, upon opportunity, to obtain greater autonomy. In this sense, empires do not fall; rather, they fall apart, usually very slowly, though sometimes remarkably quickly.’
~ Donald Puchala. “The History of the Future of International Relations,”
Ethics and International Affairs 8 (1994):183.
Due to the imperialistic path our country has been on for decades now; as soon as the beginning of 2012 we will be either in a final world war or a completely isolated country from the outside world; either way it will soon be the end of America as we know it and everyone will know what really has been going on.
I now for years have been writing and trying to warn my readers of the consequences of the path our public servants have led us down and now I fear the time is very near, we must hope for the best but prepare for the worse now. The days of kidding ourselves that nothing can happen to America are over now; anyone that has been paying any attention what so-ever it is plain to see the coming peril, instability and worse case scenario of the world at war against us.
I know many who will not understand and still believe our government and military have been used for good purposes and to bring freedom and democracy to the countries and governments we have overthrown, invaded, occupied and bombed into the stone age but nothing could be any further away from the truth.
The truth is, as I have written many reports on this, is we have been being used militarily, financially and physically in every way by the ones who have conquered us many decades ago by infiltration into the very fabric of our nation to wage their wars. This is nothing new and has happened many times before throughout history from Rome to Russia and all in-between; now it’s our turn.
It has cost us almost everything and it may in the end cost us everything.
The collapse of America over trying to build this New World Order for these so-called elite banking families etc. is leaving the world we have so brutalized over the decades in a very unique position that one can only leave to their imagination of what the future has in store for us here in the United States.
The latest headlines with Russia, China (BRICS) flexing their muscle and now todays (12/4/2011) national news headline – Latin America unites in new bloc, US not invited.
The formation of CELAC was warmly welcomed by rising global power, China.
Thirty-three Latin American leaders have come together and formed a new regional bloc, pledging closer economic and political ties. The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) pointedly excludes the US and Canada.
The writing is on the wall; or is it in stone now?
I do not write for popularity as should be obvious to anyone that has read me, just as I am writing this today I write because I care very much not only for my fellow Americans but for all people everywhere in the world. As I know them, the ones who divide and conquer would have us believe different we are all brothers and sisters, we all have feelings and bleed the same no matter the skin color.
I am not going to get into the details of what I see coming for us here in the US what I will say is it is horrifying and my advice is to prepare now because as I have said before the hour is not near it has past. It should be self-evident to anyone now even who watches the main stream media, it’s not going to be a rough road but a cliff we are going to encounter.
We are the Rome of the 21st century
As Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote in his book ‘The Grand Chessboard’
“Rome’s imperial power, however, was also derived from an important psychological reality. Civis Romanus sum—”I am a Roman citizen”—was the highest possible self-definition, a source of pride, and an aspiration for many. Eventually granted even to those not of Roman birth, the exalted status of the Roman citizen was an expression of cultural superiority that justified the imperial power’s sense of mission. It not only legitimated Rome’s rule, but it also inclined those subject to it to desire assimilation and inclusion in the imperial structure. Cultural superiority, taken for granted by the rulers and conceded by the subjugated, thus reinforced imperial power. That supreme, and largely uncontested, imperial power lasted about three hundred years.
Three major causes led to the eventual collapse of the Roman Empire. First, the empire became too large to be governed from a single center, but splitting it into western and eastern halves automatically destroyed the monopolistic character of its power. Second, at the same time, the prolonged period of imperial hubris generated a cultural hedonism that gradually sapped the political elite’s will to greatness. Third, sustained inflation also undermined the capacity of the system to sustain itself without social sacrifice, which the citizens were no longer prepared to make. Cultural decay, political division, and financial inflation conspired to make Rome vulnerable even to the barbarians in its near abroad.”
Does anyone but I see the parallel?
The United States is the burning fuse and the world is the bomb.
Isolationism will be the best case scenario and may even force Americans to mind their own business and take care of their own for a change.