Hail Gaius Julius Drumphus!?!
A year ago when seeing the "Deep State" (Intelligence Community) actively working with their MSM & Two Party cohorts to usurp the election results,
the potential emerging pattern was already compelling me to go here.
Even in contemplating that even if Trump is the "real thing" (not a NWO stooge) that this pattern from history could happen to play out: the
transition from the "Roman Republic" (democracy) into the full blown "Roman Empire" (monarchist military dictatorship) even if that wasn't a
predetermined conspiratorial intention.
originally posted by: purplemer
The thread was titled The Calm before the storm and it talks about the purging of some very powerful criminals from the establishment. In order for
this to occur QAnon has suggested that they will have to use the military and that Martial law may need to be implemented. If you have not read it
heres a link below. www.abovetopsecret.com...
Today in seeing these words about this whole "QAnon" ordeal that has been garnering a captive audience of late I can longer hold my tongue on this
warning from history I'm delivering today.
What's important here is that many of the fans of this supposed 'person' seem to want to believe that its an individual literally inside Trump's inner
circle. I've glanced at this "Q" topic but haven't put much mind to it as it cant even be ascertained post from this 'source' are even all from the
same person; that it isn't just some meme of a character 'half the Internet' are all taking part in at this point. That was my impression anyways, but
seeing these words today I can no longer sit idle.
Who could deny that forever the United States has been openly compared to Rome? It's hard not to have it smack you in the eardrums when speaking in
terms of our historical place in the world. You can hardly even watch a documentary about Rome without Rome's ever lasting influence of Western
Civilization. The same can be said of Greece, one of Rome's key influences. Now a lot of people look at what the Roman's achieved and get some
romantic notions of US being torn from their cloth. However, if one actually takes a good hard look at the brutality and butchery they perpetrated on
the world themselves included one might rather opt to hold up Greece as our spiritual predecessor (too bad they leave just as much to desired when you
get down to the reality being their facade as well).
The evolutionary parallels of Rome vs. the US are closer than one might thing, outside of the whole military imperialism posturing type topics we
could go on for pages about. I speak to their happenings and their timeline of affairs here. Not too much different beyond being stretched out a bit
in timescale: Rome began as a monarchistic city-state around 753BC as the "Roman Kingdom". In 509BC it sort of adopted the Greek's "democracy" in
becoming the "Roman Republic". These were troubled times with raids from marauding barbarians, but around 400-300BC they finally got their
militaristic affairs organized and quickly began pushing towards annexing everything beyond them with their political hierarchy them built upon their
military insights. They were yet a backwoods for some time, but by 264BC they were ready to take on the pre-existing regional naval superpower
(empire), Carthage, in the "First Punic War".
The US came about by different means, but it began as an monarchist outpost and remained for hundreds of years. It grew outwards slowly during that
time. Then it organized into a "republic" with an organized military to cast aside its monarchist roots, and then offered "democracy" to its citizens.
Then brushed against and battled with the nearby "marauding barbarians" and other nearby states & naval superpowers from afar for another 100+ years.
Eventually, after the Spanish-American War saw US expel the last remaining European superpower from the Western Hemisphere, along came the World Wars
where like for Rome to truly shine it had to replace its forebear regional superpowers in the Mediterranean thus becoming absolutely unrivaled for
hundreds of years to come, now the US has completely replaced all said European "Colonial" superpowers across the entire planet.
Of course in the modern age occupying nations isn't how best to maintain an empire (that's the measure of last resort), so we all get to delude
ourselves over our very own nature, but don't kid yourselves folks: Superpower = Evil Empire.
It's a funny thing the old "barbarian" term as best highlighted by the history of the Romans. Even though Carthage was the preeminent advanced
sophisticated civilization by every measure until their falls, the Romans always called them "barbarians" as if they were some haggard looking
primitive style Vikings sorts. Then in 146BC they finally conquered them, and what went down in the capital is what I would call "barbarism"
(histories first recorded genocide where they slaughtered and scorched 450,000 Carthaginians after they had been under siege for three years
Look up that history if you have any romantic ideas about being a Roman. Now immediately after the war had concluded and the spoils were aplenty, the
troops and much of the other Roman citizenry all got the shaft by the elites whom did outright land grabs of all the farmlands to put the remaining
50,000 Carthegenian slaves to work on them. This is where the "Bread" from the term "Bread & Circuses" came into play as they had to feed the newly
emerging underclass the move created, while the existing concepts of "Circuses" was ramped into overdrive to keep them entertained (primarily by
putting all the newly pouring in en masse
slaves into gladiator arenas). Keep the screwed over and our masses fed with bread and entertained
with games to keep them from rioting was s stroke of genius.
Now this didn't come without opposition within the ranks of the elites. One Tiberius Gracchus saw what was happening and had both the clout and the
cahones to take the senate head on in enacting a measure to start giving people their farms back. He managed to out maneuver them, but not before they
trumped up a counter-movement insinuating he was trying to make himself king. It was mob versus mob in the streets as the senate poured out after
Tiberius, ran him down and gave him a good old fashioned death via gang beat down. They got away with it too, in the open, despite him being born
nobility, as well as a war hero, and elected official and a hero of the people. None of that prevented him from a proper burial. Instead his body was
dumped in the river.
From there the senate was exposed but pressed on against their fellow countrymen. It's no wonder during Spartacus' Slave Rebellion many of those who
joined his flock were in fact locals of the peninsula including Romans. If only Spartacus had won we'd live in a very different world. You'd think
they might have reconsidered their position on slaves following that catastrophe, but instead they doubled down as how could they go on both building
their empire and screwing over the masses without slaves and circuses.
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