Saturday, January 23, 2021

WHY IS AMERICA SO DIVIDED?


 

THE WHOLE PICTURE FROM MY POINT OF VIEW

America is sharply divided today. But not 50/50 as the political analysts in the mainstream media would have you believe. It appears that roughly one-third of Americans are jubilant, seeing the inaugeration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as getting back on track to global socialism. About one-third of Americans see it as a victory for big-government oppression of individual rights and liberty, and the remaining one-third would just like to ignore the whole ker-fluffle, and get on with living their lives.

Because of political fatigue, I was tempted this morning to join the one-third who are really not interested, and just get on with my life. Afrer all, at least at this momnt in time, I have a lot to be thankful for. I have a comfortable home, thanks to past business successes, on the edge of a wilderness area in the beautiful Southern Missoui Ozarks, I have people who love me, some conditionally, a few unconditionally, and a wonderful canine companion, Max, who only knows how to love unconditionally. I am relatively well-isolated from the craziness going on in many of the large centers of population in the world right now, where I can enjoy nature much as it was seventy years ago. But I decided to post some thoughts again in an effort to encourage those who still see America as the bastion of freedom in the civilized world, and perhaps wake up a few in the other two thirds.

I do know what it was like here seventy years ago, because I lived here seventy years ago. I was a high-school student, eagerly exploring the world of science and the caves and spring branches of Big Creek, a tributary to the Current River. The last American Indian village on Big Creek was inhabited by a small reminant of Shawnee people in 1926, not that many years before I visited the site and found wonderful artifacts still lying around. When I was exploring Big Creek, in the early 1950s, there were still men living in this area who fought in our Civil War. My father ffought in WW II, and after the war, my parents and I moved to this area in 1951.

That summer, seventy years ago, in a box of old books my father bought for a dollar at an estate auction, I discovered two books printed in German: one on analytical Geometry, with exquisite diagrams, and one written by someone named Albert Einstein. The book by Albert Einstein was all about his special and general theories of relativity. In the preface to the book he said:

"I have purposely treated the empirical fundamentals of the theory in einer stiefm├╝tterlichen Art und Weise (an unpedantic fashion) so that readers unfamilar with physics may not feel like a wanderer who cannot see the forest for the trees. May the book bring some one a few happy hours of suggestive thought!”

It did! In my teenage mind, those words seemed to be directly spoken to me, and that summer, I decided to study to become a theoretical physicist. In my mind, this was a natural path for me as an explorer. However, as an outdoorsman, born and raised in close contact with an almost pristine natural environment, eventualy, I had to escape the cloistered halls of acdemia. I converted my several years of formal training to realign my graduate school path into a PhD program in environmental engineering, consistent with my employment at that time as a systems analyst and mathematical modeler of environmental systems in the US Geological Survey.

Studying under some of the brightest minds of the time, I became expert in the modeling of environmental systems, eagerly learning the state of the art. As I became familiar with the existing empirical data and the most advanced modeling techniques, sensitivity analysis, and non-linear optimization programs, I was a little surprised to see some of my colleagues tweaking their models to fit political agendas in order to get research grants. It’s easy to do. That was the beginning of the effort of certain political activist groups to paint global warming as a crisis. Data from ice cores, ancient wood samples, and other empirical sources actually show that global warming and cooling trends far greater than the current one have occurred regularly over the history of this planet. But facts contrary to their agenda are simply ignored by political activists. Sensitivity analyses of climate models based on real data show that periodic solar activity affecting oceanic currents and global atmosheric patterns have far more effect on climate change than human activity.

Should we try to minimize our negative impact on the environment? OF COURSE. But the idea that the world is coming to an end because of normal human activity is not supported by empirical data. Such rhetoric is fear-mongering and exaggeration of various crises, real and imagined, by political activists to gain conrol and force globalization of everything before the world is ready. In their short-sighted passion for political power, activists overlook, or discount as necessary collateral damage, the death and destruction of many human lives caused by their premature actions to force globalization. We have seen this happen again and again under communism sold as democratic socialism (an oxymoron) around the world, primarily in Nazi Germany, Stalinist Russia, and Maoist China, not to mention Castro’s Cuba and Maduro’s Venezuela. Hundreds of millions of innocent people have died because a few wealthy psychopaths have fooled enough people to gain the political power needed to push radical social engineering as a way to move toward an imaginary communal utopia.

During my lifetime, the policies of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, Donald J. Trump, and to a lesser degree, John F. Kennedy, have been about the only brakes on the slide of the USA toward totalitarian socialism and the long-term goal of global Marxist communism. The installation of Biden-Harris Januay 20th 2021 was a big step in the wrong direction for many reasons. But despite that, the world has not ended, and we should never give up hope. God is still in control, and the truth, whatever it is, will eventually emerge. Let’s pray for it to happen sooner rather than later.

I have analized the available election data myself, and I cannot prove mathematically that there was enough fraud in the November election to convince a court of law that the Harris-Biden win is illegitimate. There are many indicators that reveal that widespread systematic fraud was possible, but no absolute proof that it was committed on the national scale. In individual swing states, the implications are more convincing, but critical evidence that would prove or disprove the hypothesis was destroyed. That alone should raise suspicion in the minds of unbiased people. There is no question that there was some fraud in several states, primarly in of the favor of the democrats, that is absolutely indisputable. It’s well documented in several of the key states that gave the election to the candidates opeenly backed by the Global Communist movement. How could this happen in a free country, especially America? The amswer is: Easily! I have seen it in the making for more than 50 years. I am not going to talk about complex theories and lines of argument that might prove conservative suspicions of fraud, instead, I will stick to what I know from personal experience. Please bear with me as I present you with some pertinent historical background.

In the early sixties, when I entered graduate school to work on a PhD in theoretical physics, the number of Chinese students in American universities was on the rise. I got to know several of them. At first, I didn’t think it was anything to be concerned about. In fact, like many Americans, I was proud that bright foreign students would come to the US to learn and take that knowledge back home to help their own country to progress. But, as I got to know them, I realized that most Chinese students were either wanting to escape the oppression of intellectuals by the Chinese communist government, hoping to stay on and find jobs here after graduating, or they were Communist Party operatives. One, in my quantum mechanics class, in an uncharacteristic moment of candor, bragged to me that Communism would be the global government within my lifetime! Surprised by such a claim, I asked if they planned to invade America. “We won’t have to!” He replied, “Khrushchev was right! We will bury America.”

Here is an excerpt from the statement he was referring to, made by Nikita Khrushchev, First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in 1958, about 3 years before my conversation with the Chinese student, addressing the Western Bloc of Nations:

"About the capitalist states, it doesn't depend on you whether or not we exist. If you don't like us, don't accept our invitations, and don't invite us to come to see you. Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you!"

The Chinese grad student went on to say: "The USA is a weak nation. You have the silly idea that you are superior to the rest of the world and that everyone wants to adopt your form of government.”

I was shocked by his remarks. I asked why he thought the US was a weak nation. His answer was: "Your openness makes it easy for us to influence your education, your big companies, and even your government! But we don’t have to do much. The current US population is decadent, complacent, money hungry, and delusional. Within a few generations, with a little help from us, your country will simply rot from the inside!”

After the fall of the Soviet Union, brought about by Ronald Regan’s aggressive attitude toward communism, I nearly forgot about what that Chinese grad student said, thinking that any Communist threat was a surely a thing of the past in America. But I couldn’t have been more wrong. It became clear to me a few years later, that subversive Communist sleeper groups and individuals, many of them actually American-born, were working quietly, converting our educational institutions and mainstream media to propaganda spreaders and our liberal politicians into paid lackeys of socialism. This has been going on for more than five decades. When Donald Trump was elected in 2016, against all expectations, it sent shock waves through the entrenched deep state that had been carefully established in the US for many years.

I know I am repeating some things I discussed in previous posts, but I want this post to stand alone, so a reader won’t have to search other posts for relevant information. The embedded Neo-Marxist operatives and the US politicians they made obscenely wealthy, were enraged when Donald Trump was elected, because he was a multi-billionaire who couldn’t be bought or manipulated. Even the CCP was worried, because he campaigned on “draining the swamp”, and their bought and paid for politicians in the US government were the biggest of all swamp rats. So, even before he won, when Hillary Clinton and the DNC were exposed by Julian Assange in Wikileaks, and began destroying all the subpoenaed material that could incriminate them, plan B was initiated by the deep state to destroy Donald Trump.

I know there are many Americans who don’t believe there is a deep state organization funded by Neo-Marxist globalists operating in the United States subtly working to control how we think. If you are one of those, think for a few minutes what the outward signs of such a subversive operation would be: You would expect to see otherwise rational people, under the influence of linguistic programming to see vague allegations against a pro-free market leader as valid, even after prolonged investigations found no evidence. Otherwise objective reporters, under the influence of linguistic programming would see violence by Neo-Marxist activists as ‘mostly peaceful protesting’ and say things like: ‘Where is it written that protests must be peaceful’, even when buildings were burned, private and public property destroyed, and dozens of people killed. And if you don’t believe that our government has been infiltrated and compromised by ideological operatives, look at some actual statements made by socialist and communist party leaders and some recent statements by members of major US political parties:

“A man who has no sense of history is like a man who has no ears or no eyes, so carefully re-educate the youth, and then re-write history.    – Adolf Hitler

“I propose that what we take is those very poor schools, the Title I schools, triple the amount of money we spend from $15 [billion] to $45 billion a year… Number two make sure that we bring in social workers to help the teachers deal with the problems that come from home.” – Joe Biden

It's not the people who vote that count. It's the people who count the votes. - Joseph Stalin

"We just can't trust the American people ... Government has to make those choices for people."  – Hillary Clinton

Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, and why should we let them have ideas. – Joseph Stalin

To Conquer A Nation, First Disarm Its Citizens.” - Adolf Hitler

“Hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15, your AK-47. We’re not going to allow it to be used against our fellow Americans anymore.” – Beto O’Rourke

You will never learn what I am thinking. And those who boast most loudly that they know my thought, to such people I lie even more. – Adolf Hitler

If anyone accuses me of lying, I'll simply say I'm not lying, which is just an extension of the overall lying strategy.” – Mitt Romney

Propaganda, or, as we know it in this country, “fake news” is a major political weapon used by Communist operatives to dominate political thought and preserve ideological security through political correctness. Recently, the Chinese Communist Party issued a policy statement on the “current state of ideology” saying that there should be, “absolutely no opportunity or outlets for incorrect thinking or viewpoints to spread.” Does this sound familiar, CNN, MSNBC, Twitter?

“Any workers leader who arms the bourgeois state with special means to control public opinion in general, and the press in particular, is a traitor. - Leon Trotsky

Trotsky, whose real name was Lev Bronstein, was a leader of Russia’s Social Democratic Party who tried to moderate the struggle between Marxist dictators Lenin and Stalin. He was sentenced to Siberia more than once, escaped and became a part of Lenin’s regime, and after Lenin’s death, was exiled by Stalin as an enemy of the state. He was murdered by an agent of the Soviet Union in Mexico in 1940. This is just one example of how Communist governments will resort to violence if necessary to keep their power and promote their agenda. A prime tenant of the communist manifesto is: “the end justifies the means.”

However, to be fair, even though violent revolution has become the trademark of Marxism, Karl Marx himself did not advocate violence unless it was absolutely necessary. About socialism, he said: “In practice socialism never worked. But socialism could never have worked because it is based on false premises about psychology, society, and gross ignorance of human economics.” About democracy he said: “Democracy is the road to socialism.” And, late in life he said: “One thing is for sure: “I myself am not a Marxist.”

I saw evidence of infiltration of US academia first-hand while pursuing a PhD in environmental engineering at Johns Hopkins University in 1971. The professor teaching environmental economics, a course required in my program, was a self-proclaimed Marxist. He made the reading of key parts of the written works of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels a requirement for passing his course. I am actually thankful that I was required to read Marx and Engels. I read more than was required for the course because of my natural curiosity about communism and socialism. What I learned was that Karl Marx was brilliant. His thoroughness and depth of thought was truly remarkable! He rationalized the existence of human consciousness and the management and control of the masses of humanity by an intellectual elite through application of the deterministic model of dialectic materialism. I was impressed by his intellectual brilliance as a theorist, and I could have been on board with Marxist philosophy; but spiritually, I knew that when applied to the real world, it was dead wrong. A philosophy that in practice places less value on individual human life than on its ideological agenda, is an inherently evil belief system. It allows individuals to commit crimes against humanity in the name of government.

Modern socialists who call themselves Marxists have taken the teachings of the totalitarian socialist leaders, Joseph Stalin, Mao tse tung, and Adolf Hitler to heart. In order to infiltrate and control our media, entertainment, and educational system, the socialist global war against religion and free-market capitalism is being waged through linguistic programming, not by physical violence, except when deemed necessary. This approach to socialism was laid out by Hitler in Mein Kampf and many powerful public speeches in the 1930s. It was very effective in post-WWI Germany. The language of the American left today is following Hitler’s formula for success almost to the letter. Antifa rioters and their Marxist academic mentors, along with the pro-socialist US mainstream media, and a large number of Democrat and Republican co-conspirators, are using the same approach that the Soviet Union used almost as effectively in Eastern Europe, as Hitler did in Germany. The goal is to dehumanize, demonize and criminalize all opponents to their agenda. The linguistic warfare is simple in principle: it consists of reversing the meaning of words (check your Bible for the signs of the anti-Christ evil) and redefining political concepts. These linguistic principles promote propositions that lead to contradictory self-serving conclusions (See Mao’s Little Red Book).

Using these perverse linguistic programming methods and the re-writing of history, Marxist educators have been indoctrinating our children and young adults in our own public schools for years to believe that America is evil, and that slavery was invented by our founding fathers, when in fact, slavery was common practice around the world long before Europeans came to this continent. All Americans of European descent are vilified as white fascists by the new Marxists, based solely on the color of their skin (the exact opposite of the race-neutrality preached by Reverend Martin Luther King) if they don’t parrot the litany of political correctness defined by the “woke” leftists. Using this clearly evil method of Hitler’s, the lie that white people are innately fascists is promoted by Marxists and socialists embedded in our teachers unions and textbook publishing companies. They have made social science studies effective propaganda tools for the conversion of our youth to socialism. The US mainstream media and Antifa rioters have adopted this redefinition of the word “fascist” to mean all US patriots and people of faith, especially Christians and Jews. This effectively destroys political and religious freedom, and any attempt to have a civil debate.

There is ample evidence that many members of the US House of Representatives and Senate, mostly Democrats, but some Republicans as well, have been compromised by agents and proxies of the Chinese Communist Party. And now we have a president whose family has received millions from the CCP. There is no question about this. The evidence is readily available to anyone willing to do a little research. Why do you think the mainstream media conveniently suppressed this fact from their audience until after the Presidential election?

But don’t despair. All is not lost. A global communist takeover is not a foregone conclusion. Even liberals lulled to sleep by the luxury afforded them by free-market capitalism and subliminal communist lies, can wake up. They will wake up and smell the concentration camp if they realize that their freedom to live and believe as they see fit is about to be taken away from them for the greater communal good, as defined by the political elite. What is going on behind the scenes right now? It’s almost impossible to know. But, in the end, evil, however subtle, cannot win. Be assured that God is still in control. The truth will out!

ERC 1/23/2021


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