posted on May, 14 2009 @ 07:17 PM
It seems almost like a conspiracy when your nation claims to grab the moral high ground as the US has done (actually it was our elected politicians
who did most of the flag-waving during the last 30 years). That is to say, there is always some nation who has the power and morally claims the high
This is, of course, a setup for that nation and its people. And yes, America has been set up, right here.
Because surely any American fighting man or woman knows that things worse than this, have been done in warfare, since the dawn of time. But the trick
is to make it look like the heroic nation, is actually the worst nation.
What I am saying is that it is our leaders and their generational handshaking and red/blue mask wearing that enables them to get in power and then
claim the moral high ground --which their other hand is undermining.
So it is as if these two opposing ideas have to happen at the same time, that is to say in order to cause a real sh--storm to hit the nation in
question, you have to make them look like the biggest hypocrites on Earth. They have to stand up and mightily claim the high ground morally, then
they have to be exposed as having been doing the worst sort of things.
It works perfectly, because every politico gets to shrug their shoulders and blame Osama for everything. Osama is the best friend of the US Senate
and Congress and Judiciary --at least on a personal concrete level. He allowed them all the perfect alibi under which to loot and wreck America as
effectively as possible.
If America had kept its head, and not claimed the moral high ground in such an idiotic way, they wouldn't now be so mentally hamstrung on a world
scene. We have set our selves up for this by believing our own message while the people paid and hired to run the store, get to wash their hands of
the whole thing.
I am not sure what else can be said except, sorry? Sorry everyone. The US is full of good people but we've got some a--holes also and unfortunately
they've been in charge for a while. Sorry about that. We'll get it right soon, honest.