Consequences of American Communism
My position is quite clear: this nation is done for. In fact, it has already ended, but as long as the states continue to blindly follow the dictates of an over-extended, over-reaching, bankrupt federal government that has no interest in fair elections or the rule of law, it will continue on its downward slide until it’s ultimately conquered. The only real choice to be made is whether that’s done by an inside force or an outside force.
The one thing a nation needs to be is true to itself, no matter how stupid, wrong or ridiculous it is, it has to believe in itself, to value itself, but this one does not. It doesn’t matter how vigorously the apparatchiks insist they are patriotic, or wave the flag, it’s obvious by their actions that they detest the people and the principles of its founding especially where the people have a voice in their own condition. But instead of just taking the bold and decisive steps of proclaiming their opposition to the constitution, these apparatchiks slide around in the halls of congress and their departments like worms eating the center out of the apple.
It’s nearly torturous to stand by watching this occur, daily waiting for something of the old America to present itself, but I know from history that everything has its time and to get out too far in front of it will do nothing but hurt the effort I’m trying to support. The people are not yet ready, the states themselves are not yet ready to stand up to the open communist rebellion by the federal government.
We have been witness to, and uncomprehendingly struggle to understand, how deeply communist the nation’s government has become, but the evidence is there. It ignored a massively corrupted presidential election that installed someone who staffed the government, all with the aid of senators, with a treasonous bunch of radicals pursuing an agenda of national suicide. No one has enforced the laws, not during the election, not where immigration is concerned, not by enforcing the limitations of regulation and the power of bureaucracies. The United States truly was a nation of laws and when the laws were broken, it simply broke the nation rather than the law breakers.
The communists always accuse their opponent of doing what they themselves are doing. Listen to their accusations of Trump to get a glimpse of what they have done and are dedicated to doing. The insurrection they claim happened on January 6th was clearly their insurrection, their denial of the rule of law, their refusal to accept the voice of the people. What they did was as undemocratic as it gets, but still they claim Trump is a danger to democracy, see how that works? They want no intrusion from mere Americans into the functions of government. They want no means of correcting their lawless, fanatical demands for autocratic government.
I can tell them that what they want always leads to destruction, that communism doesn’t work. The failures are scattered across the globe and the prophecy of failure is always fulfilled. In China, where they will eagerly point a finger as an example of communism that works, it has already destroyed itself and the only thing keeping it alive is that it has started to suck the life out of America, draining it’s reserves down to nothing. This war in the Middle East is just another means of achieving the same result and when the United States is weak enough, China will extend its vampirism to every nation within its reach.
China is almost finished with America after decades of infiltration and irrational trade policies that Trump temporarily nixed only to be reinstituted after Biden’s inauguration. It goes deeper, though, into the globalist corporate cooperation from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Our government cannot function under the debt load that it currently holds as a result of those policies and others. It sits now at $33.6 trillion. While that seems like a random figure, just another mark on the door frame of an aging republic, it isn’t. It’s significant, and not just for the amount, but how and why it has grown so rapidly in just the past few months. It’s not just the debt, but how that debt is financed and what that does to the private sector.
In typical communist fashion, the federal government’s intervention into private-sector businesses by mandates for solar and wind energy along with industrial mandates to build a pre-determined amount of electric vehicles (EV) are bringing those industries to the brink of ruin. Ford has lost billions trying to comply.
The grid cannot provide enough power to run the country as it is and demanding that solar and wind make up for the shortfall is utter stupidity. No one wants to buy the EVs Biden declared as necessary and many insurance companies are recognizing that they can’t afford to insure them at any cost, because they might spontaneously catch fire and/or explode or their $20,000 batteries might fail after a minor fender-bender. Being forced to insure them might bring the auto insurance industry to bankruptcy.
How long before the federal government further demonstrates communistic tendencies and mandates that people buy them, either through direct orders or by outlawing gasoline-powered autos? All unconstitutional, all illegal, but we’ve seen what weight that carries with an outlaw government.
From my perspective, the United States Government is so far out of its charter that it no longer recognizes boundaries, not legislative, not constitutional, not legal and has therefore forfeited its legitimacy. It’s playing the middle ground between capitalism and communism and in order to do so it has to abandon any pretense, except in rhetoric, to the principles of its founding. The only way to reign it back in is for the states that gave it power, to revoke that power. One way is through constant lawsuits, the same tactic they used against Trump.
Ken Paxton, the Texas Attorney General was one of the several Attorneys General who sued to have the election nullified. He sued the Biden Administration over the border issues and what happened? A Bush-supported group in Texas convinced enough people in the state House to impeach him largely because Paxton had filed over 900 election fraud cases just within Texas. That was a sin, because it looked bad for their “no evidence of voter fraud” narrative. Then, the House passed a bill to keep him from trying election cases. That’s how it’s done and to keep him from pursuing it any further, they tried to have him removed. This was all at the behest of the Bushes in Dallas and they continue to use their globalist backers and whatever other means available to stop Paxton from pursuing the issues the people of Texas, and the country, care about.
The consequences for all of these illegal and unconstitutional actions have their own natural chokepoints that all communist nations suffer and the federal government and state governments can gloss over them with the help of the media, but as we have seen with the Hamas attack on Israel and Israel’s response, the conflict will boil over the cauldron of the Middle East and affect every nation on earth that has harbored Islamists. We’ve seen the demonstrations in NY and on college campuses already as the Palestinians link up with their natural allies, their ideological compatriots in BLM and Antifa to go after the Jews. Even without having a dog in that fight, it makes all of the multi-culturist nations battlegrounds for this conflict and it will not spare the United States. Terrorism will be a daily occurrence all over the globe as soon as Iran unleashes the rabid dogs.
States can handle the issue better than the federal government, who are more responsive to international organizations, but states must come to grips with the future the Biden/Obama Administration has laid for them. I’m hoping that as the dangers of 10 million antagonistic illegals begin to turn violence of their homeland into a domestic issue, that states recognize that their future cannot be tied to the disastrous policies of a federal government that has fomented all of their problems.
Unfortunately, too many people are looking at the political polls and think that it’s just a matter of time before Trump is re-elected. That’s not an answer, that’s a hope. Even if the globalist powerbase in control of our politicians would allow a fair election to take place, Trump will be as hamstrung as he was last time. Simply being the president does not eradicate the massive administrative state that turned its back on him and his policies in his first term. Blue states sued him over everything he tried to do just to gum up the works and get it into the courts, shutting it down for years while the issue worked through the legal system and whether he won or lost, the momentum and any benefit of it was drained out in the process.
It should be obvious that nearly two-thirds of this nation cannot stand to live with the other third. There is no compromise on pedophilia, illegal immigration, corruption, spending the people into poverty, controlling the use of gas stoves and etc., but bigger issues are on the horizon and the federal government will not be able to deal with them. The federal government has become a form of mafia that doesn’t put one moment’s energy into what the people or the nation want or need. They see profit for themselves and make laws to satisfy those who will pay them off. That’s a nation with an expiration date and that date is rapidly approaching.
How will the states handle it when their federal overseers collapse? That’s what I concern myself with as this all winds down to economic collapse, which causes internal conflict, which will signal to the other powerbases of Russia and China that the time to move on the United States is when it is distracted and consumed by internal strife. That doesn’t mean they will attack militarily. Any reading of Sun Tsu explains that what they will do is disrupt the grid, de-dollarize, demand payment for debts, sequester oil and gas shipments, forcing the United States to seek an agreement that will effectively destroy the United States as we know it. We will then be left to form groups and militias to keep our people safe. It’s what comes out of that that matters. That’s when it makes sense for the states themselves to cut loose of the federal structure to save themselves and maybe make their own interstate and international deals for survival, but survive we will and with a better understanding of treason and what to do about it.
While I know that what I’m suggesting can never happen, I can give you a list of things that could never happen as late as 2019 and all of them have happened.
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