"I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought,
but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."
-- Albert Einstein
America is in World War III and we have been since September 11, 2001.
For a few months after passenger planes were used to attack our country, most Americans rallied, loudly announced their patriotism and their resistance to any effort to take down our American Dream. But in just a few months, the flag waving, the unanimous sense of unity, the singing of America The Beautiful and the Star Spangled Banner, the recitations of the Pledge Of Allegiance, and the support for George Bush and his declared War On Terrorism, all started to sink into a sea of Progressive Propaganda seeping out from the Mainstream Media, academia and the leaders of all of the government employee and educational system unions.
It was the opening salvo on American Exceptionalism and anything that resembled nationalism. Because the target of World War III is the Constitution of The United States of America, and the concept of nationalism, of personal property ownership and individual wealth acquisition. The cabal of the Progressive Jihad and the Chinese Communist Party is pushing for a New World Order, and they are marching across the globe right now behind The Virus Army, bulldozing personal freedoms while undermining national sovereignty, constitutional and common law.
We have witnessed 20 years of ongoing wars using traditional methods all across the Middle East, Africa and to some degree in Eastern Europe. Across America, the war has been mainly political, but some urban warfare has been used successfully to stir up social unrest and violence. Mostly, Americans have fought amongst themselves, clashing over race, gender and crime.
In military terms, these are all Theatres Of War. We call this form of conflict unconventional or asymmetric warfare because it isn't just two armies lining up and confronting each other with similar weapons. In the modern era, war is fought between many dissimilar groups, nations and movements. Some are organized and institutional, but most of the combatants are loosely organized, very dissimilar, using guerilla tactics and weapons strung together from scraps, or chemicals.
World War III does not look like any war ever fought before, because it is more like gang warfare across neighborhoods in an inner city. But, there are some very strong indications that WWIII is being organized and driven by major economic and military interests, including some of our own, from behind a new Iron Curtain. It is a Digital Curtain, a compound disguised as Public Opinion. It is a massive illusion designed to make us defeat ourselves.
And the most disturbing wrinkle in this war is that much of it is taking place inside our borders. For the past 20 years America has been actively under assault by an invasion force we carelessly call "immigration". While normal immigration is an important element of the unique character of America, much of the recent illegal immigration invasion involves people who have no love for America and are not interested in assimilating.
Once inside our country they are being organized into cells and used to disrupt our economy, our schools and our sense of community. In just the past decade they have successfully set up autonomous zones, taken over school boards and college administrations, and established businesses that raise money to facilitate more illegal, unvetted and dangerous immigration invasions. Their political influence has reduced funding for police and immigration enforcement, for prisons and increased funding for food and shelter support systems, and even gained access to free medical services.
In WWII this would be described as the annexation of enemy territory. Today we call this changing demographics, or the "Browning of America". Unlike traditional immigration, what is happening now is part of a WWIII tactical invasion. It is just one of the tactics being used to undermine the strength and unity of America.
How do we know there is a war going on inside American borders?
In most social conflicts, whether they be family oriented, or cultural, political or religious, the combatants on both sides feel comfortable with their rationale. During the Nuremberg Trails after WWII, when some of the Nazi leaders were given military tribunals, the presiding Judge gave them all multiple opportunities to defend their actions, to explain their rationals, and to declare their innocence, if they so chose. Some made passionate pleas for understanding, not necessarily mercy. They rationalized that murdering Jews was necessary to protect the racial identity of Germans. That they were simply following what they considered reasoned orders. When they had to kill women and children, they did so, they said with heavy hearts but with righteous authority because to not follow orders was an affront to the Fatherland.
Of course they were ultimately convicted of crimes against humanity, but in their minds they were still noble and loyal defenders of their ideology. Which, in their minds, is no different than a strong and unbreakable belief in God and the Bible. It was a set of circumstances over which they had no power to control and therefore they were compelled to dismiss any personal anxieties that would interfere with the performance of their duties.
Some simply ignored the whole proceeding and declared the trials to be criminal.
This is the tactic being used by Democrats. They have declared the election to be the "most secure election in American history". They have referred to the "Stop the Steal" demonstration as an insurrection. They have declared anyone who resists the Covid19 vaccine as "domestic terrorists".
What strikes me as bizarre is the similarities to all of the conflicts during World War II. Whether it be arguments over white supremacy, gender identity, borders and security, property rights, or economic inequality, we all bury our common sense in emotional data, reinforce our biases with process and protocol, and then dismiss any challenges to those notions as motivated by ignorance and intolerance.
If witnessing the murder of six million human beings doesn't register in one's mind as something extraordinarily cruel, then what would make a person undergo an epiphany? Just what would it take to overcome their programming, to question their self righteousness, to get them to reevaluate their values?
And if the answer is nothing, then what next? Who is to decide which group is noble and which is ignoble? Is it always going to come down to projections of power? Are all cultural and civil decisions going to have to be made at the barrel of a gun?
We are now twenty years removed from September 11, 2001, and what has the world done to change itself? Has the religious conflicts of thousands of years been resolved? Do people judge other people by their actions and their character rather than by the color of their skin? Is every human on Earth living with running water and ample food supply? Are the majority of men and women forming bonded relationships and raising peaceful, self-sufficient and productive children?
Or are we humans doomed to continue to fight over management processes, resources and territories? Are we going to continue to emphasize our differences, our grudges and our fears while building war machines to enforce our personal preferences in the interim?
History will show that for nearly 250 years America led the world in almost every measurement of civility. Yes, we went through tough times, learning how to respect all humans, to acknowledge the inherent God given rights to live in freedom from servitude. To extend those rights to women, to invert the relationship between the government and the governed, and to stoke the ambition of people by allowing them to peacefully compete for economic security through hard work and innovation.
But success breeds complacency and we also learned how to spoil ourselves. With economic sovereignty comes the allure of luxury. At some point it becomes too easy to avoid work, to submit to self indulgence, and to disrespect freedom. As the technological advancements of the 21st century exploded the number of labor saving devices, and technology became ubiquitous, we forgot just how precious freedom is. We started taking it for granted, and overindulged in excess freedom. The sexual revolution, the digital revolution, the culture of independence and responsibility has insulted the concept of human freedom.
There are now, and there have always been, sworn enemies of freedom. Communism lives. The Chinese Communist Party has never wavered from it's declared goals of imposing a Communist Government on the entire world. Many pseudo- Communist, socialist and autocratic regimes, live for the day they can form a One World Government. The idea that any one state would insist on independence is antithetical to power hungry and maleficent groups around the world.
Independence is not freedom. All it denotes is separation from some force, whether it be human or chemical or a force of nature. You can be independent of one thing and entirely subjugated by another. Too often we confuse the concept of independence for human freedom. That is why the Founding Fathers spent so much energy spelling out precisely what they meant by Constitutional Freedoms. The Constitution was designed to form an outline for American Independence from a foreign power and the 10 amendments were designed to spell out exactly what human rights and freedoms were to be protected from our own governmental power.
Unfortunately, this system doesn't work for many millions of human beings. Either they are too jaded to believe the principles can ever last, or they simply believe only some humans are smart enough to rule, because in their minds they believe in a system of elitism. They do not believe the future can be entrusted to "The People'' and that it is imperative that a trusted few intellectuals should be in control. So they are willing to go to battle so they can exert control.
Since freedom is the absence of controls, it scares people. Knowing your future is dependent on your own initiative can be frightening.
How do I conclude that we are now in World War III? First, let me review the other two World Wars. World War I was the clash of four empires, the Ottoman, Hungarian, Russian and German. It involved all of Old Europe and many of their client states. It would engulf every ocean and almost every continent. It lasted for four years but the USA only joined in for the last 1½ years. It took an enormous toll on human equity. It has been estimated that nearly 65 million men fought in WWI and at least 15 million died from wounds or disease they suffered in combat.
President Woodrow Wilson ran for a second term on a promise to stay out of the war. Yet within just 4 weeks of taking office America declared war on Germany. Many claim that the concept of formalized terrorism was born at the outset of the war when a Serbian militia called Black Hand Serejevo assasinated the Archduke Ferdinand who was heir to the Austrian Hungarian throne. Later a German military policy called Schrecklichkeit marked the origins of institutional terrorism as it was designed to terrorize conquered citizens to avoid organized resistance. Both France and Germany used xylyl bromide tear gas and in 1915 Germany used poisonous chlorine gas on enemy troops. Ultimately 30 different poisonous gases were used as chemical weapons in WWI. Millions of soldiers suffered from PTSD, or as it was called then, Shell Shock. Many never recovered.
The American military, as a result of its efforts to win the war, ended up becoming the largest military power in the world. It is a position of strength we have doggedly protected ever since. In the end, WWI produced the League of Nations, which in turn, laid the groundwork for the United Nations. Another side effect of the Treaty of Versailles were severe sanctions on Germany, which led to a deep recession, laying the groundwork for WWII.
Did the War To End All Wars succeed in ending all wars? Of course not. There have been at least a dozen wars conducted by or participated in by the United States since WWI. That does not count the dozens of proxy wars the CIA has conducted under the radar.
But WWI did usher in some major cultural changes: It led to the emancipation of African Americans from a default atmosphere of racial aparteid. It showed Americans that women could work just as hard and effectively as men in many jobs previously reserved for men. That cultural revelation ended up producing the 19th amendment giving women the right to vote.
Conversely, it produced the world's first Communist Nation State, the Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics. Which is a misnomer if there ever was one because the Soviet States were only united by force and the country could no way possibly be considered a Republic. But misusing language is the hallmark of communism.
The formation of the USSR and the humiliation and estrangement of Germany from the world community, and the seemingly random extension of Allied Powers and League of Nations mandates across Europe and into the Middle East set up hundreds of social and cultural deadends that were destined to explode at some point in the future.
World War II grew out of the disarray and resentments exposed by WWI.
Americans could sense the coming apocalypse and demanded our leaders to stay out of any new conflicts. This became known as the Isolation Movement, and produced a unique political consensus, unseen before or since.
In Germany the National Socialist German Workers’ Party became a major political force, led by firebrand Adolf Hitler, who was essentially a disgruntled criminal, fresh out of prison. Written in prison, his manifesto Mein Kampf (My Struggle) outlined a plan to rebuild and reinvigorate the German peoples empire. He touched a nerve with a generation of damaged souls stuck in extreme poverty and hopelessness.
Hopefully Americans remember the story of how a maniacal egomaniac could perform mass hypnosis on millions of willing subjects, eventually leading them into a suicide pact with the devil. If you have read my book The Illusion of Knowledge, you will understand how a partner, a trusted companion, a lover or a leader, can manipulate one or millions of people with the proper support systems, and get them to do things they would never ordinarily do. It is a psychological form of abuse called perspecticide, and Hitler was an expert , a master hypnotist and manipulator.
His addiction to power and psychoactive drugs led to the worst crimes against humanity in world history. Clearly, many other factors and events had to fall into place to empower him, but they did. There was a vacuum of power, partly due to the absence of American leadership, but mostly because few if any of the issues and hatreds of WWI were resolved. Treaties, agreements, power sharing and mandates simply shifted the chairs around on the deck of the Titanic. The cultural and social animosities remained unimpeded.
On top of that the Japanese Imperialists, who were under the impression that they had a Divine Royal Mandate to rule the world, decided they had the motive, the opportunity and the means to effect a total eclipse of the moon. They knew the only real opposition, because they radically underestimated the motivational and industrial resources Hitler would create, would be the US. So they decided to take the knees out from under us by decimating our naval fleet conveniently parked in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Although there is evidence our CIA knew it was coming, the American people certainly had no clue. They were busy building businesses and families. In many ways, the sneak attack of the Japanese on our base in 1944 mirrors the sneak attack of the Chinese in 2019. Americans were trying to ignore the chaos in Europe and believed that having major oceans protecting our borders could help us to stay neutral.
In 2019 Americans were enjoying a new economic boom, the stock market was creating new levels of wealth, and American transcontinental industries were dominating markets. Populist President Trump had restored a sense of nationalism, repatriated billions of offshore cash reserves, brough outsourced industry back to our homeland, and settled the threat of terrorism with a massive reinvigoration of projected military strength all around the world.
The Chinese Communist Party dictatorship had been enjoying several decades of astonishing economic expansion, allowing them to exert influence into previously untouchable frontiers. They were feeding on America's economic expansion. They were simultaneously expanding their dominance in hightech through mergers and acquisitions, while they started buying vast portfolios of American real estate. They expanded their military, now the largest on Earth. They became the dominant player in the healthcare products industry. Not by accident but by plan, the Chinese have been setting the stage to overtake America's long held position as the economic leader in the new "Information Age" world.
But Trump slammed the brakes on that idea. His implementation of tariffs slowed their manufacturing. His corporate tax reductions incentivized industries to return to the mainland. He put pressure on hightech to stop giving away intellectual property, much of which the Chinese were adept at stealing. The whole dynamic changed and after two years of working behind the scenes to handicap Trump with innuendo and ad hominem attacks by the press and on social media, the Chinese Communist Party had had enough. Their economy was going in reverse, undoing much of the progress they had achieved under Bush and Obama.They saw an opportunity, a window in time, when it would be advantageous to exploit the political divisions in America, to undermine the American economic powerhouse, and to reorder the power structure of business and finance, and to assert the dominating influences of electronics, computer software and consumer healthcare strengths they still had.
The concept of using a biological weapon is not new. Every major government has been doing research, both on the offensive and defensive side of the equation. America is not innocent of abusing chemical agents. Most of our involvement goes unnoticed because it is considered covert. Need to know only. Top Secret.
When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognized a national emergency after hundreds of patients started coming into hospitals with a virulent and highly contagious new virus, it was obvious to many observers that America was under assault. However, most didn't. They continued to view the Chinese outbreak as a marker for what to expect in America and around the world. Initially, the Wuhan directed Chinese reports showed a decrease in cases. So the CDC showed initial optimism that there was a reasonable expectation that the outbreak could be controlled through contact tracing, isolation and rapid response treatments.
"Ladies and gentlemen, everything is under control. Please remain calm and stay in your seats"
In due time, we will all look back and realize this was a classic head fake, as detailed in two Chinese Military manifestos, The Art Of War and the subsequent One Hundred Year Marathon Plan. Nothing that happened once the virus was released was an accident. Or at least, every contingency was well practiced and planned for. If you plotted the effects of the disease across national borders, and scored the damage like a golf match, the Chinese have constantly stayed under par. They have sustained the fewest deaths and the least economic damage. In fact, it is clear now that they have reversed the economic decline they began under Trump's tariffs and restrictions.
They have bombed us with a devastating bioweapon, strafed our small business community, further divided our nation's family, replaced our elected leaders with chosen Chinese puppets at the nation's capital, and carefully cultivated new affinity groups with terrorists in the Middle East, North Africa and even with the Soviet Union. The evacuation of military assets and personnel from Afghanistan may have changed our position in terms of exposure in the Middle East, but it will give China another massive strategic weapon: They will own the most prolific lithium mining system in the world in Afghanistan. As the world becomes more dependent on non-fossil fuel sources of energy, it will need more battery storage capacity, and that means lithium will be in demand.
The dollar is facing collapse due to unsurpassed spending paid for with newly printed dollars, our military has been undermined with impositions of racist social justice imperatives and now the Biden regime is demanding every soldier be vaccinated with a new gene therapy medicine that has never been tested on humans over the long term. If there turns out to be long term side effects, we will have completely disarmed ourselves, wrecked our economy and burdened our healthcare system into oblivion.
If you were participating on a television game show, and the question came up, "Who has benefitted the most from the Covid19 Pandemic?" I'll give you three guesses and the first two don't count.
And here in America, the CCP picked up an eager ally: The Democratic Party was increasingly desperate as Trump was exposing their geopolitical weaknesses and many of their domestic policy failures. He was swinging minority voters and also beginning to move women into his realm of influence as they saw how Democrat promises to improve schools and community safety were hollow. Without outside help, the incumbent was bound to be reelected.
World War III involves almost every nation on the planet, because the Pandemic respects no borders. Since the dollar has been the most reliable and widely accepted form of money, it also affects most nations. So the combination of theatres of war popping up in democratic countries, the weakening strength of the dollar, the faltering power of traditional war machinery, and the growing dependence on hightech business services and communications, puts the world's second largest economy in a strong position. China didn't start WWIII, but using the opposition party to serve their own purposes would accelerate their goals, while simultaneously diverting attention towards the opposition party in America. And they will have out flanked us, undermined our authority, and replaced us as the economic leaders of the world, without ever firing a shot or landing any soldiers on our soil.
It began a whole new phase of the war, by bringing in a coalition of One World Order partnerships with the World Health Organization, the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, transnational conglomerates like Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Blackrock, Vanguard, JP Morgan and the Rockefeller Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
It is a formidable enemy. They control most of the world's non-governmental assets, the major media systems, most computer hardware, software and operating security systems, most major transportation systems and most of the banking systems and authorities in the world. They have now pirated the cockpit of Starship America.
"Ladies and gentlemen, everything is under control. Please remain calm and stay in your seats"