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originally posted by: Anomaly0101
It's interesting that the US seems to ignore the fact it's being invaded by foreign governments. Well, some of us call it a fact. Other people debate that and do not see it as an invasion... I only started thinking about this recently. People call it an "invasion" and the other side argues that it's just asylum seekers or "immigration". But what better way for a foreign government to destroy a country that has nukes (and all sorts of other evil diabolical weapons) than to indirectly invade it by playing on the sympathy of its citizens and the sense of "white guilt" that people on the left(democrats and liberals) seem to have?
The US is considered the only "super power"
and so in order to defeat it, you can't fight it directly. That would lead to world war 3 and it would only take a few nukes in the atmosphere to kill off most of the worlds population. On one hand, you can't expect the US military or government to care too much that they're being invaded. A normal country with a normal military would have the job of preventing an invasion and erosion of its sovereignty and national security, but ours is different. The founding fathers were really just some rich guys (freemasons) that didn't want to pay their taxes and also set up the country as a sort of masonic experiment. Our military's existence is not to defend the nation, but to be "professional" soldiers, making money, making weapons, lining the pockets of themselves and their masters. How many people in the US military realized that it was all a ruse and just said "f^** it, I'm looking out for number one, gotta take care of myself and my family"? Several of my friends who are ex military have admitted they were indoctrinated and trained to hate civilians, so caring about the fate of this country shouldn't be a top priority for them.
On the other hand, this covert invasion disguised as asylum seekers is brilliant, because as I said, you can't fight the US directly. Attacking the US would have terrible consequences obviously. Part of me likes the freedoms we have in the US, but I also see the evil our government has been doing/perpetuating, so can the alternative (gradual destruction of the USA) be any worse? It seems the US government's masters, the Khazars/banksters in the UK and Israel have no interest in preserving the experiment the way it has been much longer. Maybe this is for the best, the remote neural monitoring and hive-mind tech that the US government has been using to torture millions of innocent people probably isn't going to magically disappear after the US is dissolved, but at least there's a possibility things can be different, or change for the better. If you look back in history at how many of the founding fathers were freemasons, and Albert Pike's statements about how they seemingly view certain white bloodlines and jews as superior to everyone else, you'd notice it was set up this way from the beginning. They don't care about the average citizen or what happens to the US, as long as they maintain their power and control, and in some way they probably will. Do Americans actually deserve this fate? Maybe they do for not being smarter and realizing this was happening. It's an invasion, at least in my opinion. It is a communist and globalist invasion and I don't think we have a country anymore.
But anyway... /rant
originally posted by: R2019
On the other hand, you could get rid of all imaginary delineations of land and just have one whole unified world instead of a "divided & conquered" one. Unite all under one flag with equal rights/access/privileges to all. Solved.