It would seem that the current occupant of the White House is more interested in his legacy than anything else. It comes before the national security, it comes before the national economy and it comes before anything the American public might have to say. Many times he has been referred to as delusional because of the way he prioritizes things. Global warming or climate change, which most Americans think of as the changing of the seasons, is said to be the most threatening to the world. That’s a very interesting concept, but it has one huge hole in the middle of it…the rest of the developing nations of the world don’t seem to give a damn about what sort of pollution they are spewing out. A volcano, such as Mount St. Helens, can erupt pretty much with little or no warning, throwing lava and ash all over the place, killing people, plants and animals, with the clouds of ash moving around the earth a couple of times perhaps, before they are disbursed.
I’ll not bore you again with the definition of delusional…but he certainly fits the bill. If you keep doing the same thing you’ll get the same results, so the old saying goes, and if you think things will turn out differently then you have a problem with reality. Our current man in the Oval Office keeps slicing and dicing the population into neat little groups and then pitting them one against another…all the while proclaiming that he’s doing quite the opposite. There hasn’t been, in my memory, a holder of the highest office in the land, that has caused so much pain and suffering, deliberately.
Yes, he has company in that respect…there is Louis Farrakhan, the New Black Panthers, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, just to name a few. Do they really want a race war in the United States? My answer is yes, and sadly, it would be bloody, and short-lived. If you put a white person next to a black person it’s easy to distinguish one from another, so in a war of the races the “enemy” of whichever side you’re on, is easy to spot.
Part of the continuing efforts on the part of this person, and his administration, is to not just divide and conquer the United States, but to do so with a private, compliant military. Any officer in the military in the recent past has probably been asked a few questions, the nature of which would indicate if he or she would follow orders or disobey them when it came to making war on the American public. From the hollowing-out of the armed forces, to the point where I seriously doubt their ability to defend the homeland, to the obvious militarization of the police forces around the country, to the multi-state maneuvers such as Jade Helm 15, it smacks of “something” going on. That something that is going on is something that the American public is only vaguely noticing because their attention is being drawn to a different “shiny object”.
The DKDC syndrome, or “don’t know don’t care” is rampant in America and if you are lucky enough to see some of the “man-in-the-street” interviews by various reporters you might recoil in horror to see just how stupid some(most?) Americans really are. This, too, is part of the imposter-in-chief’s legacy, but to be honest, it has been going on for three, maybe four, generations now. The potheads and “free thinkers” of the 1960’s and 1970’s are now teachers, college deans and university professors freely throwing out their screwball ideas. Some students, to be sure, will question the lessons…and like as not they will flunk the course in the most serious of cases, and in the least serious, be questioned and humiliated in front of everyone else. The phrase of “useful idiot” is a term for people perceived as propagandists for a cause whose goals they are not fully aware of, and who are used cynically by the leaders of the cause.
These sorts of people are groomed, sometimes for decades, to serve a purpose. That purpose could be to vote the proper way, to make sure that something happens or doesn’t happen, maybe to be “moles” and only surface in the case of an insurrection which could be fomented from the highest office in the land. The people that were previously mentioned, who have been called race-baiters, are only too happy to serve in that capacity. Through various means they influence the ignorant to serve. We’ve seen that these people can stir crowds to becoming mobs. By the way, mob rule could be considered as part and parcel of a democracy. A republic, on the other hand, is an entirely different animal. This country, according to the US Constitution, runs on the concept that the government can only do what the people permit it to do. That’s basically the difference between a democracy and a republic.
Far too many people are willing to accept a lawless government…and the end result of that will be a dictatorship. Wake up America!
Larry Usoff, US Navy Retired, www.AirHumanityRadio.net