Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Albert Einstein: Time Magazine’s Undeserving Person of the Century

Source: https://codoh.com/library/document/6743/?lang=en

By John Wear
Published: 2019-06-03

In 1999 Albert Einstein was named Time Magazine’s person of the 20th century.[1] This article will discuss whether Einstein deserved this award.

Physicist

Albert Einstein is regarded by many people as the greatest physicist of the 20th century.[2] His unique contributions are said to have revolutionized physics.

However, many physicists dispute the revolutionary nature of Einstein’s discoveries. Physicist Frank J. Tipler writes:

Most physicists now recognize that Einstein’s theory of relativity is not a revolutionary theory at all but a completion of classical physics. Einstein's most subtle biographer, Abraham Pais, has conceded this, but also maintained that Einstein's invention of quantum mechanics, in his 1905 paper on the photoelectric effect, was still revolutionary.

I disagree. Einstein’s invention of quantum mechanics was, once again, a conservative innovation – conservative in the traditional sense of preserving the classical structure of Newtonian physics.”[3]

Christopher Jon Bjerknes accuses Einstein of plagiarism. Bjerknes writes:

Many people knew that Einstein did not hold priority for much of what he wrote. He, himself, was keenly aware of it. It is not uncommon for grandiose myths to accrue to overly idealized popular figures, such as Albert Einstein. Theoretical Physics, as a field, was small, and not well known in the period from 1905-1919. Theoretical physicists were not well known, and, since those in the field knew that Einstein was a plagiarist, they largely ignored him…

Einstein evinced a career-long pattern of publishing “novel” theories and formulae after others had already published similar words, then claimed priority for himself. He did it with E = mc². He did it with the so-called special theory of relativity and he did it with the general theory of relativity.[4]

While I don’t understand physics well enough to know if Bjerknes’s analysis is accurate, it is certain that many physicists had little regard for Einstein in his later years. Robert Oppenheimer, for example, visited the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton in January 1935. In a letter to his brother Frank, Oppenheimer conveyed his reaction to the occupants of Fine Hall at Princeton: “Princeton is a madhouse: its solipsistic luminaries shining in separate & helpless desolation. Einstein is completely cuckoo…”[5]

Oppenheimer also said in private that Einstein had no understanding of or interest in modern physics, and that Einstein had been wasting his time trying to unify gravitation and electromagnetism.[6]

Physicist Freeman Dyson was a colleague of Einstein’s from 1948 to 1955 at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Dyson had a strong desire to meet and know Einstein when he arrived at the Institute. However, after reading Einstein’s recent scientific papers, Dyson decided they were junk. Dyson spent the next seven years avoiding Einstein so that he would not have to tell Einstein his work was junk.[7]

Physicist David Bodanis writes about Einstein’s later years: “Einstein’s peers regarded him as a has-been. Even many of his closest friends no longer took his ideas seriously.[8]

Einstein Supported Zionism

In an article published in the November 26, 1938 edition of Collier’s magazine, Albert Einstein explained how the social creed and morality inbred in most Jews, which he attempted to live by, was part of a long and proud tradition. Einstein wrote: “The bond that has united the Jews for thousands of years and that unites them today is, above all, the democratic ideal of social justice coupled with the ideal of mutual aid and tolerance among all men.”[9] Einstein later wrote that Karl Marx lived and sacrificed himself for the ideal of social justice.[10]

Einstein wrote about the Jewish tradition: “The pursuit of knowledge for its own sake, an almost fanatical love of justice, and the desire for personal independence – these are the features of the Jewish tradition which make me thank my stars that I belong to it.”[11]

Einstein came to embrace the cause of Zionism. He wrote to a friend in October 1919: “One can be an internationalist without being indifferent to members of one’s tribe. The Zionist cause is very close to my heart…I am glad that there should be a little patch of earth on which our kindred brethren are not considered aliens.” Einstein further declared: “I am, as a human being, an opponent of nationalism. But as a Jew, I am from today a supporter of the Zionist effort.”[12]

Einstein worked hard to promote Zionism and to establish the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He wrote to German/Jewish chemist Fritz Haber:

Despite my emphatic internationalist beliefs, I have always felt an obligation to stand up for my persecuted and morally oppressed tribal companions. The prospect of establishing a Jewish university fills me with particular joy, having recently seen countless instances of perfidious and uncharitable treatment of splendid young Jews with attempts to deny their chances of education.[13]

Einstein traveled to America, Singapore and other places to help secure funding for Hebrew University.[14]

Einstein was an enthusiastic supporter of Israel. He wrote after Israel was founded:

In this hour one thing, above all, must be emphasized: Judaism owes a great debt of gratitude to Zionism. The Zionist movement has revived among Jews the sense of community. It has performed productive work surpassing all the expectations any one could entertain. This productive work in Palestine, to which self-sacrificing Jews throughout the world have contributed, has saved a large number of our brethren from direct need. In particular, it has been possible to lead a not inconsiderable part of our youth toward a life of joyous and creative work.

Now the fateful disease of our time – exaggerated nationalism, borne up by blind hatred – has brought our work to a most difficult stage. Fields cultivated by day must have armed protection at night against fanatical Arab outlaws. All economic life suffers from insecurity.[15]

Einstein ignored in this writing that Israel was formed through the ethnic cleaning of approximately 750,000 Palestinians who were ruthlessly expelled from their homes. Entire cities and hundreds of villages in Israel were left empty and repopulated with new Jewish immigrants. The Palestinians lost everything they had and became destitute refugees, while the Jewish immigrants stole the Palestinians’ property and confiscated everything they needed.[16] This is why the “fanatical Arab outlaws” Einstein referred to arose to counteract these illegal Zionist actions.

Einstein also praised the great and lasting contributions of Rabbi Stephen Wise to the cause of Zionism. Einstein wrote about Wise: “There are those who do not love him, but there is no one who has ever denied him recognition and respect, for everybody knows that behind the enormous labors of this man there has always been the passionate desire to make mankind better and happier.”[17]

Einstein was even invited by Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion on November 16, 1952 to become President of Israel if elected by the Parliament. Einstein turned down this offer because the Presidential office required an understanding of human relations – something Einstein felt he was deficient in. Einstein wanted to deal only with science and nature.[18]

Einstein Hated Germans

Albert Einstein hated the German people. Einstein wrote to an old Jewish friend in the summer of 1942: “Due to their wretched traditions the Germans are such a badly messed-up people that it will be very difficult to remedy the situation by sensible, not to speak of humane, means. I keep hoping that at the end of the war, with God’s benevolent help, they will largely kill each other off.”[19]

In a tribute “To the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto,” Einstein wrote in 1944 that the Germans “deliberately used the humanity of others to make preparation for their last and most grievous crime against humanity.” Einstein held the German people responsible for electing Adolf Hitler and acquiescing in what Einstein felt was Hitler’s unutterable crimes. He could not find forgiveness in his heart for such “calculated moral degradation.”[20] 

Einstein believed in the official Holocaust story[21], and his hatred of Germans continued after the war. Jamie Sayen writes:

Personally, he could not bring himself to forgive the Germans for the crimes of the Nazis and he rejected all reconciliatory efforts. In 1951 President Theodor Heuss of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) invited Einstein to join the Peace Section of the old Prussian order Pour le mérite. Einstein had been a member prior to 1933 but, in accordance with his postwar refusal to be associated publicly with any German organization he declined Heuss’s invitation. “Because of the mass murder which the Germans inflicted upon the Jewish people,” he explained, “it is evident that a self-respecting Jew could not possibly wish to be associated in any way with any official German institution.”[22] 

Einstein was convinced that militarism was so deeply ingrained in the spirit of the German people that world peace was not possible while Germany possessed an army. He thought the Germans could not learn through experience because they always managed to rationalize their failures with irrational explanations. Einstein warned a woman about Germans after the war: “You will find them affable, intelligent, and they will seem to agree with you, but you must not believe a one of them.”[23]

Einstein supported the Morgenthau Plan and wanted to see Germany transformed from an industrial nation into an agricultural country. He wrote to his Jewish friend James Franck: “I am firmly convinced that it is absolutely indispensable to prevent the restoration of German industrial power for many years…I firmly object to any attempt from Jewish quarters to reawaken the kind of soft sentimental feelings which permitted Germany to prepare a war of aggression without any interference on the part of the rest of the world – and this long before the Nazis came to power…”[24] 

Einstein would not even permit his books to be sold in Germany after the war. Einstein wrote to German chemist Otto Hahn: “The crimes of the Germans are really the most abominable ever to be recorded in the history of the so-called civilized nations. The conduct of the German intellectuals – viewed as a class – was no better than that of the mob.”[25] Einstein also protested the American use of German scientists after the war to help in the “war on communism.”[26]

Einstein’s national and tribal kinship became starkly clear in his own mind as World War II ended. He wrote: “I am not a German but a Jew by nationality.”[27] In a letter dated October 12, 1953 to Jewish physicist Max Born, Einstein referred to Germany as the “land of the mass-murderers of our kinsmen.”[28] This was Einstein’s opinion, and he never deviated from it.[29]

Alleged Pacifist

Albert Einstein decided to live in the United States and not return to Germany after Hitler obtained power. He said in a widely reported public statement: “As long as I have any choice in the matter, I shall live only in a country where civil liberty, tolerance, and equality of all citizens before the law prevail…These conditions do not exist in Germany at the present time.”[30]

Einstein felt close to the American Friends of Peace and regarded himself as a pacifist. However, his emphasis shifted toward ensuring peace “through the creation of an international organization embracing all major states…with a sufficiently strong executive power at its disposal.” Einstein thought a world government was the best defense against fascism.[31]

Einstein’s deep distrust of Germany caused him to forsake his alleged pacifism. Jürgen Neffe writes:

He imagined the country “Barbaria” capable of anything. A “uranium bomb” in the hands of Germans would be like an “axe in the hands of a pathological criminal.” He had not forgotten how consistently the Germans had adapted scientific achievements in employing poison gas for military purposes in World War I under the leadership of his friend Fritz Haber. He declared on the spot that he was prepared to go to the top level of the administration to warn of the danger.[32]

Einstein wrote a letter in conjunction with physicists Edward Teller and Leo Szilard that President Roosevelt received on October 3, 1939. This letter warned of the possibility that an atomic bomb using uranium might be built. On March 7, 1940, Einstein followed up with a more-urgent second letter to Roosevelt which stated: “Since the outbreak of war, interest in uranium has intensified in Germany. I have now learned that research there is carried out in great secrecy and that it has been extended to another of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes, the Institute of Physics.”[33] 

The fact that two atomic bombs later hit Japan and not Germany was in Einstein’s view a great catastrophe. Germany was the only country against which Einstein would have condoned using the atomic bomb. Any degree of force was acceptable to Einstein to defeat Germany--even the atomic bomb, even war to achieve peace. After Germany’s defeat, which Einstein regarded as a necessary conquest of the Germans collectively embroiled in guilt, the use of the atomic bomb was no longer justified.[34]

Einstein returned to his alleged pacifism after World War II. Since the only justifiable war – the one against the Nazis – had ended, Einstein felt obliged more than ever to voice his advocacy for world peace.[35]

Conclusion

Einstein was selected as Time magazine’s person of the 20th century primarily because of his contributions to physics early in his career.[36] Many physicists, however, had little regard for Einstein as a physicist in the later part of his career. Also, several quantum physicists made major contributions to the advancement of physics and were as qualified as Einstein to be selected for Time magazine’s award.

Einstein made repeated racist statements about Germans while extolling the virtues of his Jewish tribe. With the exception of a few German scientists, Einstein considered all non-Jewish Germans to be a bad breed and referred to Germans as “the blond beast.”[37] Einstein had hoped at the end of World War II that the Germans, with God’s benevolent help, would largely kill each other off. Einstein’s statements about Germans were deeply racist, yet Time magazine ignored Einstein’s racism and chose him to be its person of the 20th century.

Albert Einstein did not deserve Time Magazine’s award. The mass media has promoted Einstein into an almost God-like figure. Christopher Jon Bjerknes writes:

It appears that the physics community and the media invented a comic book figure, “Einstein”, with “E=mc²” stenciled across his chest. The media and educational institutions portray this surreal and farcical image as a benevolent god to watch over us…

To question “Einstein”, the god, either “his” theories, or the priority of the thoughts he repeated, has become the sin of heresy. “His” writings are synonymous with truth, the undecipherable truth of a god hung on the wall as a symbol of ultimate truth, which truth is elusive to mortal man – no one is to understand or to question the arcana of “Einstein”, but must let the shepherd lead his flock, without objection. Do not bother the believers with the facts![38] 


Notes

[1] Lacayo, Richard, Albert Einstein: The Enduring Legacy of a Modern Genius, New York: Time Home Entertainment, 2011, p. 8.

[2] Fölsing, Albrecht, Albert Einstein: A Biography, New York: Viking, 1997, p. xi.

[3] Brockman, John (editor), My Einstein: Essays by Twenty-four of the World’s Leading Thinkers on the Man, His Work, and His Legacy, New York: Pantheon Books, 2006, p. 80.

[4] Bjerknes, Christopher Jon, Albert Einstein: The Incorrigible Plagiarist, Downers Grove, Ill.: XTX Inc., 2002, pp. 158, 234.

[5] Schweber, Silvan S., Einstein & Oppenheimer: The Meaning of Genius, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2008, p. 265.

[6] Ibid., p. 276.

[7] Brockman, John (editor), My Einstein: Essays by Twenty-four of the World’s Leading Thinkers on the Man, His Work, and His Legacy, New York: Pantheon Books, 2006, pp. 110-111.

[8] Bodanis, David, Einstein’s Greatest Mistake: A Biography, New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016, p. xii.

[9] Isaacson, Walter, Einstein: His Life and Universe, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007, pp. 445, 624.

[10] Einstein, Albert, Out of My Later Years, New York: Philosophical Library, 1950, p. 249.

[11] Einstein, Albert, The World as I See It, New York: Citadel Press, 1984, p. 90.

[12] Isaacson, Walter, Einstein: His Life and Universe, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007, p. 282.

[13] Ibid., p. 292.

[14] Ibid., pp. 293, 306.

[15] Einstein, Albert, Out of My Later Years, New York: Philosophical Library, 1950, pp. 262-263.

[16] Segev, Tom, The Seventh Million: The Israelis and the Holocaust, New York: Hill and Wang, 1993, pp. 161-162.

[17] Ibid., p. 271.

[18] Holton, Gerald and Elkana, Yehuda (editors), Albert Einstein: Historical and Cultural Perspectives, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1982, pp. 294-295.

[19] Sayen, Jamie, Einstein in America: The Scientist’s Conscience in the Age of Hitler and Hiroshima, New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1985, pp. 145-146.

[20] Ibid., p. 146.

[21] Einstein, Albert, Out of My Later Years, New York: Philosophical Library, 1950, pp. 201-202.

[22] Sayen, Jamie, Einstein in America: The Scientist’s Conscience in the Age of Hitler and Hiroshima, New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1985, p. 146.

[23] Ibid., p. 188.

[24] Clark, Ronald W., Einstein: The Life and Times, New York and Cleveland: The World Publishing Company, 1971, p. 601.

[25] Isaacson, Walter, Einstein: His Life and Universe, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007, p. 506.

[26] Jerome, Fred and Taylor, Rodger, Einstein on Race and Racism, New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press, 2005, p. 105.

[27] Isaacson, Walter, Einstein: His Life and Universe, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007, p. 506. 

[28] Born, Max, The Born-Einstein Letters, New York: Walker and Company, 1971, p. 199.

[29] Ibid., p. 200.

[30] Fölsing, Albrecht, Albert Einstein: A Biography, New York: Viking, 1997, p. 659.

[31] Ibid., pp. 683-684.

[32] Neffe, Jürgen, Einstein: A Biography, New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007, p. 379.

[33] Ibid., p. 380.

[34] Ibid., pp. 384, 387.

[35] Ibid., p. 389.

[36] Lacayo, Richard, Albert Einstein: The Enduring Legacy of a Modern Genius, New York: Time Home Entertainment, 2011, pp. 8-9.

[37] Isaacson, Walter, Einstein: His Life and Universe, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007, p. 409.

[38] Bjerknes, Christopher Jon, Albert Einstein: The Incorrigible Plagiarist, Downers Grove, Ill.: XTX Inc., 2002, pp. 161-162.


Thursday, June 6, 2019

When “They” Owned Hungary



What a … cohencidence, when I discovered the Jewish role in the Hungarian Soviet Republic, which was a short-lived communist state in Hungary in 1919 in the chaotic aftermath of the First World War, in which Hungary was sentenced to the Treason of Trianon.


Let’s take a look at its composition.

President and prime minister: Sándor Garbai

Commissar for Interior and Trade: Jenö Landler , Béla Vágó (Weiss)

Commissars of Agriculture: Sándor Csizmadia, Károly Vántus, Jenö Hamburger , György Nyisztor

Commissars of Defense: József Pogány (Schwartz), Béla Szántó (Schreiber)

Commissars of Justice: Zoltan Rónai (Rosenthal), István Láday

Commissars of Food: Mór Erdélyi , Bernát Kondor (Kohn)

Commissars of Education: Zsigmond Kunfi (Kohn), György Lukács (Löwinger), Tibor Szamuely , Sándor Szabados

Commissar of Foreign Affairs: Béla Kun (Kohn, he was the actual leader of the Hungarian Soviet Republic), Péter Ágoston (Augenstein)

Commissar of Labor: Dezsö Bokányi

Commissar of German Affairs: Henrik Kalmár (Kohn)

Commissar of Finance: Jenö Varga (Weiss), Gyula Lengyel (Goldstein)

Commissar of Socialism: Vilmos Böhm , Antal Dovcsák

Commissars of Economic Product: Gyula Hevesi , Mátyás Rákosi (Rosenfeld), József Kelen (Klein), Ferenc Bajáki

Others involved: Artúr Illés (Braun), József Haubrich, Béla Székely (Weisz), Rezsö Fiedler, Antal Guth , Oreszt Szabó, Ernö Seidler , Dezsö Bíró (Buxbaum), László Dienes, Mór Preusz , Sándor Vincze (Weinberger), Ákos Hevesi (Heck), Ágoston Stefán, József Rabinovits , Jenö Horovitz ,  Elek Bolgár (Breuer), Gyula Alpári (Adler),

There was a total of 46 government officials, with 32 of them being Jewish, which is 70%. Imagine being 5% of the population of Hungary (1910, nine years before the Hungarian Soviet Republic), and 70% of the communist government. Imagine the government of France consisting for 70% of Algerians, Moroccans and Tunisians, or the German government consisting of 70% Turks. Still, these historical facts are neglected and instead we choose to portray Hitler as a mad-man who just blamed Jews for communism for no particular reason other than vile hatred.

Now pay some respect to the six million and never remember the Holodomor!


Monday, June 3, 2019

Arrogance and the Dreadful Future


Do You Have What It Takes to Survive?


by John Kaminski

A world with no future — only lies, swindles and endless murder. Life is cheap and getting cheaper by the minute. You have no solution to what is going on in the world. Everyone is trapped in economic quicksand. The hideous sound of panic in your brain as you try to calculate what will happen in the days to come prevents coherent thinking. This is what the so-called governments want to happen. As long as people remain blind to the ugly fictions being imposed on us, there’s no way to stop them.

It becomes essential to see behind the scenes, but the government and the media that have merged into the same entity and conspire to keep people blind effectively block that view.

It has become impossible to contemplate a fruitful future. All but the moneyed elite are being shortchanged. Call it the art of the 21st century — taking the bribe and screwing people, participating in the mass deception, burying the actual truth deeper and deeper with each fabricated atrocity, with each totalitarian new law that lessens our realistic chances for survival and contentment.

The power brokers wanted to pass a bill ending free government in the United States, so they staged an apparent mass murder in a South Carolina church to fog the media mirror with smoky emotion, steal the headlines and pass the bill giving corporations the upper hand over duly elected governmental bodies. The bill passed. Only business really counts. Sure they lie, but everybody knows by now there’s no money in the truth. There’s only the cash to pay people to make sure they keep their mouths shut.

Why the families of those South Carolina victims received millions of dollars tells a story we have heard before.

FEAR THE GOVERNMENT! Feed the beast! You will whether you want to or not, for you are its food. And at this late date, nobody can stop the process. You can’t stop it until everybody stops it. But far too many are afraid not to believe the lies, so nobody’s going to stop it until its far too late. It already it far too late. And nobody is stopping the process. Everybody is going along with the unseen plan to radically reduce the population, hoping that somehow they will be included in the rich man’s dream and not the poor man’s dread.

This Jade Helm exercise supposedly being a temporary practice exercise implementing a heavy handed police state in eight states is being put in place for when the banks fail and chaos follows, so the U.S. Army Police Force will already be in place to scoop up the indigent and the hungry.

It is not a temporary measure. It is the new configuration of U.S. police, eager to treat American citizens like Arab terrorists, an attitude they were taught in Israel. Most people will give thanks for their captivity. It will seem like they’re being rescued, but they will not be returning to the lives they previously had. Those lives will be gone. And their lives will be gone, if they are sick, or have committed a crime, or have been too free with their criticisms of the government.

They will not be going on to their new lives, as citizens of the new nation. There will only be room for those on the same page as the tyrants, who don’t have much to say about the larger issues. This process will enable a significant population reduction. As you scurry through the woods like escaped convicts, there will be no way to avoid the great dragnet. Eventually, your stomach will turn you in.

Of course, there is even a deeper reason for Jade Helm. Beyond the collapse of the economic system and the supply system which will lead to mass starvation, is the actual collapse of the biosphere, in which firestorms sweep the planet and the air becomes impossible to breathe. All plant life will die off followed eventually by most animal life, many informed scientists insist.

Only the special rich people living underground will survive for awhile. Needless to say, some kind of authority will be necessary to attempt to bring some organization to a collapsing society and a disintegrating species. Maybe that’s why the cops are killing everyone in sight now.

Whine as you might, dear American, you don’t really know either genuine horror or despair. Not yet, anyway. Nor do you realize you are responsible for the horror and despair that by your ignorance and indifference you have inflicted on people you never knew. Although we as a species own the collective blame for a planet murdered by delusions and misperceptions, we as individuals can’t be blamed for every individual tragedy on the face of the Earth. But these incomprehensible events give us a stunning preview of what our future very likely will be like.

In an impoverished province of southwestern China on the evening of June 9, four young children were found dead, apparent suicides from drinking pesticide, having been left to fend for themselves, possibly for more than a year, by their migrant parents who had gone elsewhere to look for work.


According to China Youth Daily, the eldest child, the 13-year-old boy named Zhang Qigang, was found sprawled outside the family home by a passerby at 11 p.m., having drunk a substantial quantity of pesticide. The three younger girls were found inside the house. They were taken to hospital and subsequently pronounced dead.

The abandoned children had been subsisting on ground corn flour from the previous year’s crop. According to official census figures, at least 61 million children have been “left behind” by parents who had to migrate to larger cities in search of work. The figure represents some 22 percent of children nationwide in China. In rural areas, it is estimated at around one in three.

You could call these kids victims of the bottom line. Children committing suicide is the future we face, not only in China, but throughout the world, as the wall-to-wall horror and despair in our faces may not be hidden from our children. The thing parents always forget that their children are not only smarter than they are, but more perceptive as well.

Rue the day when our children must become ruthless savages to survive.

We whine about the deprivations we endure, but they are nothing compared to the agonies of the majority of people on the planet. In some faraway places such as China, we may disclaim responsibility for the horror, but in other places with the same kind of events, we may not. Exactly a year ago, singer/record producer Brian Eno, speaking at the National Demonstration for Gaza in London, read his letter to America, titled “WHY? I just don’t get it.”

Dear All of You,

I sense I’m breaking an unspoken rule with this letter, but I can’t keep quiet any more.

Today I saw a picture of a weeping Palestinian man holding a plastic carrier bag of meat. It was his son. He’d been shredded (the hospital’s word) by an Israeli missile attack – apparently using their fab new weapon, flechette bombs. You probably know what those are – hundreds of small steel darts packed around explosive which tear the flesh off humans. The boy was Mohammed Khalaf al-Nawasra. He was 4 years old.

I suddenly found myself thinking that it could have been one of my kids in that bag, and that thought upset me more than anything has for a long time.

Then I read that the UN had said that Israel might be guilty of war crimes in Gaza, and they wanted to launch a commission into that. America won’t sign up to it.


Would you say that America, if it ever had one, had long ago lost its conscience?

All our modern technological advancements have done nothing but bring us misery and heartlessness. All of our contemporary social theories have left us amputated from our families, isolated from everyone and at the cruel mercy of the state.

Consensual reality keeps being bombarded by the contrived rhythms of history. These fictions, written by the victors, make it harder and harder to discern the true forces of control, and with each new fiction imposed upon the public — say, the Charleston church massacre — it becomes more difficult to return focus to the hidden hand behind all these public events, which is what we must do if we are ever to escape the sadistic plans that those with more money than we can even imagine have for us.

* * *

Reminiscent of the societal divide of H.G. Wells’s futuristic novel The Time Machine, today’s society has broken down into two groups — those with money and power and those who do not. There is no morality in this divide, only the ruthlessness of those keeping the books and the frustrated terror of those with no access to affluence.

Those who riot play right into the hands of those who control the guns, enabling them to more easily reduce the population.

Our government pretends now to be elevating the have-nots, but as with the previous programs of affirmative action and hire the handicapped, this is not the case. Obama’s opening the gates for an avalanche of immigration merely dilutes the personal power of existing American citizens, lowering the level of independence of everyone to be efficiently controlled by a government solely interested in regimentation and control and not at all concerned with independence, liberation or personal freedom.

Under the guise of assisting the public during its coming time of duress, the Jade Helm exercise is clearly about weeding out those deemed undesirable by a government that seeks a population of politically correct robots willing to assist in the lies that are told. There is no shortage of greedy lackeys willing to take the apparent short term bribes and rewards in exchange for their freedom, which is why we have a corrupt field of candidates for president eager to enforce this artificial reality and get paid obscene amounts of money to endorse the lies.

And that shrinking segment of the population who seek freedom and liberty, who refuse to go to sleep and instead examine the scary secrets behind world events, are in deep, deep trouble.

In these diminishing fateful hours before a crash that will dwarf all previous social disasters, we still have a chance to replace the criminals who plan on exterminating us. Will we dislodge these vermin who regard us cattle, or like so many inept defectives before us, will we sleep the sleep of the ages?

The only rational solution to this all-out slide into totalitarianism is for all public officials and elected representatives to resign immediately. As that will not happen, the slide will continue, the free country will pass into history, and most of us will not survive.