Wednesday, August 03, 2011

The Betrayal: Due to Lack of Faith

In my opinion the House of Representatives was betrayed by lack of faith on the part of the small segment who could have stood firm and tall.

I'm sure I myself could have done more than I did. For instance I did not write twice every day, or even once, far too often.

But I'm absolutely certain that it came down to the individuals who were sent to Congress. They convinced the voters that they would withstand the combined pressure from the schemers and the cowards in our society; our every-day-more decadent society.

It's gotten that way because we lack true leaders. True leaders remain genuinely concerned with those they lead, not look on their followers as the means to personal glory. (The leadership movements were stifled when I was growing up. They were subverted into management-material development camps. Hopefully one day soon I will compile sufficient details so I can fill out what I mean by this; but not today.)

The enslavement of America -- and of the wider world because of it -- will now continue apace.

In my view, this is what happened to rattle the few it was needed to sign Boehner's deal with the devils. The propaganda organs were working overtime, non-stop even. They belittled and demonized – with some variety but great intensity –  those who still had the wisdom to recognize the financial straits we are facing: the situation can only get worse by putting off facing it now. Given the intensity of the shelling, it's amazing that so many still stuck by their guns.

Allen West was a big disappointment. However, I understand it too. See, he has a history of doing the expedient thing where he felt that those that relied upon him were threatened. So I imagine that there were people behind the scenes who worked on that weakness to see if it paid off.

Overall, dear readers, this is what happens when so many refuse to allow into consideration that those with evil intentions could possibly, in any way, be working their will. This is what happens when voices who are supposed to be on the side of decency and the American way invest entirely in Hanlon's razor and deny any inkling to the wisdom of Heinlein's razor:
"Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity; but don't rule out malice."
Of course you have never noticed how those who regularly engage in moral relativism all of a sudden insist that we all adhere to the absolutist "Never" portion of this maxim. People like the "conservative" opinion gatekeepers on talk radio? How conveeeenient. </Church Lady>

A great many of you already suspect Obama and his backers of seeking to destroy the United States of America so that she no longer remains the bastion of hope she is for decent people around the world. I know you want to get your neighbors and friends and relatives to see this too. Tell me what more I can do to help you make a convincing case. I will surely try different approaches anyone might suggest.


  1. “Your children’s children will live under communism. You Americans are so gullible. No, you won’t accept Communism outright; but we’ll keep feeding you small doses of Socialism until you will finally wake up and find that you already have Communism. We won’t have to fight you; WE’LL SO WEAKEN YOUR ECONOMY, until you fall like overripe fruit into our hands.”

    ~ Nikita Khrushchev, 1959

  2. I think this fits with what you are saying.

    The Agenda - Grinding America Down

  3. I remember the 1964 Goldwater ad that depeicted through subtitles Kruschev ranting "we will bury you." The media went into overdrive that he'd made it up. But it was actually a fair depiction of a real speech. Even Wikipedia admits this:
    "'We will bury you!' ('Мы вас похороним!', transliterated as My vas pokhoronim!) was a phrase famously used by Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev while addressing Western ambassadors at a reception at the Polish embassy in Moscow on November 18, 1956...."
    [snip mealy-mouthed apologetics]
    "However many Americans interpreted the quote as a nuclear threat."

    Yeah, the Soviets were always more swagger than threat, so it was stupid for Americans to infer anything more than a figurative meaning to Khrushchev's words. Just ask the Hungarians and Czechs back in the day, or the Georgians and Ukrainians today. /sarc


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