posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 03:32 AM
Most civilized people, upon being attacked by a wild animal, would be terribly afraid and in shock. Time would lengthen out as the mind races to
comprehend the situation of a savage onslaught. Most people are killed or maimed and left for dead in those few shocking moments. A few realize, late
in the process, most often too late in the process, that they must suddenly fight like savages to survive.
When are Chavez, Assad and others going to wake up and fight? They have seen Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi torn apart. When are they going to get
smart and fight like savages against the new Nazism?
When are they going to pull out the most savage weapon of all, . . . the intellect? They already have anti-Nazis in the US and elsewhere using that
weapon as if their lives depended on it. All of our lives do depend on it.
Wake up world, before it is too late. Now is the time to fight like savages against these monsters. We are in the eye of the hurricane in Europe and
the Americas. 9/11 was the leading edge of that hurricane. Around the world countries are being destroyed. The back end of the hurricane will
eventually come in the form of the big clampdown that has been in preparation for years.
Let's go back to 1936 and look at the example of a real man, a real leader, not one of today's "insane clown posse" of leadership frauds:
Mussolini, upon invading Ethiopia, had promptly declared his own "Italian Empire"; because the League of Nations afforded Haile Selassie the
opportunity to address the assembly, Italy even withdrew its League delegation, on 12 May 1936. It was in this context that Haile Selassie walked
into the hall of the League of Nations, introduced by the President of the Assembly as "His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of Ethiopia" (Sa Majesté
Imperiale, l'Empereur d'Ethiopie). The introduction caused a great many Italian journalists in the galleries to erupt into jeering, heckling, and
whistling. As it turned out, they had earlier been issued whistles by Mussolini's son-in-law, Count Galeazzo Ciano. Haile Selassie waited calmly
for the hall to be cleared, and responded "majestically" with a speech sometimes considered among the most stirring of the 20th century.
Although fluent in French, the working language of the League, Haile Selassie chose to deliver his historic speech in his native Amharic. He asserted
that, because his "confidence in the League was absolute", his people were now being slaughtered. He pointed out that the same European states that
found in Ethiopia's favor at the League of Nations were refusing Ethiopia credit and matériel while aiding Italy, which was employing chemical
weapons on military and civilian targets alike.
"It was at the time when the operations for the encircling of Makale were taking place that the Italian command, fearing a rout, followed the
procedure which it is now my duty to denounce to the world. Special sprayers were installed on board aircraft so that they could vaporize, over vast
areas of territory, a fine, death-dealing rain. Groups of nine, fifteen, eighteen aircraft followed one another so that the fog issuing from them
formed a continuous sheet. It was thus that, as from the end of January 1936, soldiers, women, children, cattle, rivers, lakes, and pastures were
drenched continually with this deadly rain. In order to kill off systematically all living creatures, in order to more surely poison waters and
pastures, the Italian command made its aircraft pass over and over again. That was its chief method of warfare."
Noting that his own "small people of 12 million inhabitants, without arms, without resources" could never withstand an attack by a large power such as
Italy, with its 42 million people and "unlimited quantities of the most death-dealing weapons", he contended that all small states were threatened by
the aggression, and that all small states were in effect reduced to vassal states in the absence of collective action. He admonished the League that
"God and history will remember your judgment."
"It is collective security: it is the very existence of the League of Nations. It is the confidence that each State is to place in international
treaties... In a word, it is international morality that is at stake. Have the signatures appended to a Treaty value only in so far as the signatory
Powers have a personal, direct and immediate interest involved?"
The speech made the emperor an icon for anti-fascists around the world, and Time named him "Man of the Year". He failed, however, to get what he
most needed: the League agreed to only partial and ineffective sanctions on Italy, and several members even recognized the Italian conquest.
Time is running out.
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