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Stop Overestimating America

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“America is not a serious country.” — Greg Johnson

I’m a polite guy, so I didn’t really want to say this just yet, but it looks like I have to because everyone and their cat seems to be grabbing hold of the wrong end of the stick. OK, ready? Here goes:

America is a geopolitical idiot, a moron nation whose position as the world’s leading power has nothing to do with its meagre or non-existent merits. In fact, to be brutally honest, it’s a dysfunctional entity with a sub-standard population, and a leadership that would be better off wearing bells. In a just and fair world it would be about the size of Belgium and surrounded by a high wall.

Although this may sound like a bit of a rant, it’s pretty much what you would expect if you spent a few hundred years clearing all the rubbish out from Europe – religious fanatics, convicts, rootless sociopaths, mental cases, bottom-of-the-heapers, and other various outcasts and failures – and dumping them all in a big, empty continent with a liberal sprinkling of losing tribalists from Africa. Yes, America is exceptional, exceptionally crap, and the only reason it was able to become the world’s leading power was because the World’s truly great powers all cancelled each other out.

Imagine someone on a tricycle winning a Formula One race because all the F-1 cars crashed into each other. That tricycle is America. Yet the myth persists that it is somehow superior to other nations, and that its elites, while obviously evil, are mind-bending masters of the world.

This certainly seems to be a view particularly held by the Russian leadership, who, rather than seeing the mess in the Middle East as the natural outcome of a moron superpower waddling around with its head firmly stuck up between its butt cheeks, see the breakdown of Iraq and Syria into a state of anarchy as shining proof of America’s omnipotent genius. This is the view put forward on Russia Today, in an article by “German American” academic William Engdahl, entitled “ISIS in Iraq stinks of CIA/NATO ‘dirty war’ op.” Engdahl writes:

Details leaking out suggest that ISIS and the major military ‘surge’ in Iraq — and less so in neighboring Syria — is being shaped and controlled out of Langley, Virginia, and other CIA and Pentagon outposts as the next stage in spreading chaos in the world’s second-largest oil state, Iraq, as well as weakening the recent Syrian stabilization efforts.

Engdahl draws our attention to the following facts:

  • ISIS overran the Mosul region with barely a shot fired in resistance.
  • One of the ISIS leaders, General Ibrahim al-Douri, has managed to avoid capture by US forces despite being on the US most wanted list since 2003.
  • ISIS’s financial backing comes from three of the closest US allies in the Sunni world—Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.
  • Key members of ISIS were trained by US CIA and Special Forces command at a secret camp in Jordan in 2012.
  • Some ISIS warriors also hold US passports.
  • The “military mastermind” of the recent ISIS victories is Tarkhan Batirashvili (aka Umar al Shishani), a Chechen (!!!).
  • Washington has done nothing except express “concern” and dispatch a token force of US special forces to protect US personnel in Iraq.

Nice facts! The great thing about our complex, messed-up world (and the internet) is that whatever views you care to espouse, you can find little hints and half-facts to selectively fit into a plausible theory that can then be floated on the general sea of collective ignorance. With a highly selective micro-empirical approach like this, you can make a case for almost anything. To help construct his thesis, Engdahl ends up going to some unlikely places, quoting extensively from Jeffrey Silverman of Veterans Today, a relatively obscure webzine.

Yes, this fact may be true, and there may be something in such-and-such an association, blahdy, blahdy, blah . . . But once you get immersed in that kind of detail the argument has already been framed, the point made, and the allusion driven home.

Facts are never only facts, and only ever become facts when they combine with people’s emotional needs to believe in them, either out of fear or desire. If they don’t have that emotional component they tend to remain null and void.

The only way to attain a relative degree of objectivity is to take a macro-empirical approach, to look at all the factors while avoiding much of the quibblesome detail, and to factor in general truths. Among the main general truths that need to be factored in is the human propensity to believe only what humans want to believe.

The key point about the Russians – or more accurately the Russian political elite – is that they see themselves as one side of a superpower struggle. In the 19th-century they saw themselves as one of several players in the great European “balance of power” game and got RSVP invitations to all the big diplomatic balls in Vienna and elsewhere. Then, following the collapse of Europe in the 1914 to 1945 period, they took a step up and became part of a great binary with their rival the USA. This ended in 1990, but the Russians are emotionally driven to resurrect it, and, under President Putin, they have had some success in this respect.

But, unlike America, Russia has had to develop a complex understanding of other rival states, and show great geopolitical cunning merely to exist. Faced by tiny tribes of drunken, diseased, and dysfunctional Red Indians, the Americans grew up expecting everything on a plate, and through sheer serendipity the lunch trolley kept arriving. Among all the so-called “great nations” of history America has enjoyed the easiest ride to the top.

But there is a cost for such unearned power. The great tragicomedy of modern times is that the USA, on its way to number one status, never had to learn how the rest of the world worked, whilst Russia, just to survive, had to familiarize itself with every nut, bolt, cog, and camshaft. Quite simply, America is not a true hegemon, controlling the world through its superior qualities; rather it is a “hege-moron,” blundering around in parts of the world it can never understand

Mirror Vision

But although America is the World’s fool, the Russians are unable to see this. Russia, in order to survive, could not afford to underestimate its opponents, especially as most of them rose to power in equally challenging circumstances. The expectation that rival powers had at least as complex and nuanced an understanding of geopolitics as they did is deeply ingrained.

This expectation is further intensified when the rivalry is binary, because not only are you trying to avoid underestimating your opponent for security reasons, but there is also the question of how your opponent’s power reflects on you. If your opposite number is crap what does that say about you? You actually want to believe that the other guy is a worthwhile opponent. This is even truer in the case of Russia, as there is still a sense in Kremlin circles that Russia is still not quite equal to mighty America.

This impression was also driven home in recent months, when, after Putin’s masterly counterstroke to American adventurism in Syria, the coup in the Ukraine led the Russians to think that they had been victims of a devastating American counterstroke.

Now, don’t get all excited and start sending me the usual links. Sure, if you want to believe in America as malevolent geopolitical genius, you won’t have to log onto the internet for long to find convincing micro-empirical evidence that fits with your preconceived projection agenda. But, rather than a genius geopolitical chess move, the events in the Ukraine stink more of the unforeseen consequences of endemic political corruption (partly fostered by Russia) and the EU’s tendency to get economically touchy-feely with any part of Eastern Europe that it thinks it can sell and outsource production to.

But don’t expect the Russians to believe this. They didn’t see off Napoleon and the Mongols by believing the Golden Horde and Grande Armée were just oversized picnicking expeditions. Believing that your enemy is ruthless and cunning is a vital requirement for survival on the Eurasian plain. But this is a perception that the Russians continue to project onto America, a country that essentially arose within a geopolitical vacuum and therefore lacks the qualities that the Russians fear.

When the Russians see America pointlessly invading a country, occupying it, spending thousands of lives and trillions of dollars on its reconstruction, and then leaving it, only for it to collapse into complete anarchy, it is hard for them not to believe that it is all part of some infinitely cunning, satanic scheme hatched in Washington. Anyone who points in such a direction, like Engdahl, will be readily believed. Anyone who tells a different story won’t be.

 

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37 Comments

  1. nationalist
    Posted June 28, 2014 at 8:30 pm | Permalink

    worse than any commie. It looks like you all are crypto -commies working for the Jews or some European crap and Russians.They are not on opposite sides you assholes.They only pretend to be. Good cop-Bad Cop. so when the poop hits the fan- you will run in the ‘correct’ direction. If not you ought to be. First they tried to bring about their big revolution of the masses in order to sweep away the old and replace it with their new tyranny. Only with them on top instead of whoever it was before. It only worked in backwards Russia and China and few other places. Then they tried to go the cultural route in Western European and USA/ They got really far- but it’s still not revolutionary yet. They haven’t brought about the destruction of the system. So it looks like they are trying to come at it with some phony right wing new right hitler horse shit. In the end the outcome is the same. Russia prevails. And Russia ‘ain’t all that either. Some half assed hierarchy is replaced with another tyrannical half assed hierarchy. And the little guys lose every thing. Screw all of you.

  2. Jaego
    Posted June 28, 2014 at 2:18 pm | Permalink

    So what is Liddel? English? That’s a functional nation? Let’s face: the New World Order used the English speaking world as its spring board to world domination. We are further gone than the rest of the world because they have been at us longer and harder.

    This kind of divisiveness is poison. Shame on people for indulging in it.

    • Colin Liddell
      Posted June 28, 2014 at 7:31 pm | Permalink

      I belong to the Scottish master race. Large parts of America were opened up and settled by our ‘B’ team, so I have higher expectations from those states.

  3. Drew
    Posted June 28, 2014 at 12:10 am | Permalink

    This is quite an annoying anti-American sentiment for a “North American New Right” blog.

    I guess we’re all just shitheads, drunkards, and ultra-Calvinist nutcases… but we have white skin right? So I guess Collin (and other AltRight/CC writers) think we’re worth preserving.

    • nationalist
      Posted June 28, 2014 at 8:14 pm | Permalink

      Not meant to you Drew- on the off chance i am not censored.. Feels like white American is being set up for a” hit”. Complete dehumanization and demoralization campaign 24/7. Complete Counter movement tactics like Yuri Besmenov explained and psyops warfare.To dislodge through psychological means everything that is precious and unifying to the enemy and re-attach their sentiments it to yourself. Or cause them to lose the will to live or fight. Focus on the POWER of the JEW. On how messed up you are. This “white ” movement from top to bottom is absolute bull shit. Including the most trusted ones of you all. Just read a very bad article at McDonalds about Oligarchy and white slavin’ written by some South African. Truth mixed with absolute crap to make a bad point. And the horse you all road in on. You guys are liars,traitors and propagandists and are a back patting society. You wont abide. Nor prevail because of it. You might for a little while. But you will screw up because you are no damn good. You don’t love whites. You could care less. Mine will abide because we love and take responsibility. You all just remind me of why my ancestors left Europe and Britain. What a load of horse shit. and you Americans in this movement helping to trash down your own people and your history. You are filthy traitors worse than any Jew. Worse than any neo -con. There I said it.

      • Greg Johnson
        Posted June 28, 2014 at 8:25 pm | Permalink

        There’s a reason I tagged this article “the paranoid style.”

  4. nationalist
    Posted June 27, 2014 at 11:36 am | Permalink

    I can’t tell the difference between leftist and neo-con subversion and destruction of my beloved USA and this New Right movement. From the outside you both look like you are working hand in hand. Pretending to be on opposite sides. And in fact i know that most of you are false. If you are not false opposition you might as well be. I belong to another group. A much more vetted group. Extreme vetting. Exclusive. Pro-white. We don’t compromise and we know who we are and where we are going. We are future oriented. I love the comments though. It separates the true patriots from the others. You take the High Road and we’ll take the low road and we’ll get to Dublin ‘afore ya.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted June 27, 2014 at 1:11 pm | Permalink

      Colin really seems to have rattled the paranoids.

      • Bobby
        Posted June 27, 2014 at 3:44 pm | Permalink

        He sure has. It’s hard to take a good long look in the mirror that shows Americans a reflection that they don’t recognize, it’s there never-the less. All one has to do is observe what millions of Americans believe and have become. It’s easy to say Americans are not their government, but it’s an excuse, because that is exactly what they are supposed to be historically. It’s still what most believe. Whether the author wrote out of a sense of frustration or not, much of what he wrote is DEAD ON ACCURATE……….PEACE.

  5. nationalist
    Posted June 27, 2014 at 12:30 am | Permalink

    I love my country and my folk. and your European and Scandinavian and Russian and British too and your folk too. Sometimes I am not sure about this ‘white new Right ‘ movement. I think maybe they are not as pro-white as I am. Not as right wing as I am. Re-fighting old long gone battles and wars. poking fingers at each other to see who is to blame. Putting each other down. Trying to subvert each other.

    America has not “Failed”.

    I like the American religious fanatics Mormon idea about “Failure”. Their story of the “handcarts” is heartbreaking and brave beyond comprehension . Mormons say that “We do not fail. Rather we have successfully identified something that did not work.”

    Well known comment by Otto Von Bismarck said. “There is a Providence that protects idiots, drunkards, children and the United States of America.”

    Iraq and the Middle East is an ongoing story. So is Vietnam. and I am not sure that Russia and the US are as at odds as it looks on the surface. and hey! if you are an America hater…and we go to hell in a big hand basket- you will have something good to read about in the papers to make your morning.

  6. rhondda
    Posted June 26, 2014 at 9:42 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Colin. I so totally agree. This idea of ‘exceptional’ and ‘the chosen people’ has got to end. It is so expressed by that nut bar from the green party in Canada who is an American that she somehow could petition the Queen and that the Queen would grant her petition that just sent me into hysterics of laughter. Every draft dodger from the Vietnam war whom I have met here thinks they are morally superior to us and we just go ‘okay’. They just cannot understand why we don’t worship them.

  7. american patriotard
    Posted June 26, 2014 at 9:05 pm | Permalink

    This guy didn’t lie us either. ” There is a Providence that protects idiots, drunkards, children and the United States of America.”
    Otto von Bismarck

  8. Lew
    Posted June 26, 2014 at 8:42 pm | Permalink

    The British drew most of the borders in the middle east including the Iraqi border. The British drew the borders gathering the Sunnis, Shias and Kurds into one territory. And when the British brought their colonial rule over Iraq to an end, it was in name only. The British continued to run Iraq by proxy to ensure the nominal leadership played ball with British oil interests. The British paved the way for America, and they are America’s most reliable pit bull and ally on the world stage on every issue from military invasion, to Russian sanctions to global espionage. What MI6 is to the CIA, GCHQ is to the NSA.

    History and geo-politics are rather complex. Laying down caricatures and platitudes won’t bring the American elites down.

  9. Andrew
    Posted June 26, 2014 at 5:58 pm | Permalink

    While I completely agree that America’s internal and external policies have gone horribly wrong, and certainly empathize with those that are being pulled into the maelstrom of disaster, I think that this essay was written out of a sense of frustration, and may possibly benefit from some corrections.

    “it’s pretty much what you would expect if you spent a few hundred years clearing all the rubbish out from Europe – religious fanatics, convicts, rootless sociopaths, mental cases, bottom-of-the-heapers, and other various outcasts and failure”

    Whatever America’s problems as a political entity may be, within its borders lie the single greatest reservoir of Northern Europeans, the cream of the White genepool, as pointed out by Wilmot Robertson (followed by Germany and then Britain). Most of the European settlers were not outcasts, but rather individuals of ability, who had the strength and intelligence to carve out a better standard of living in a new land. Bismark lamented that some of Germany’s best and brightest were emigrating, and today German ethnicity is the most prevalent. Being the largest reservoir of Northern European genes, this population naturally produces more innovation and human accomplishment than any other (followed by Germany and then Britain).

    I think it is also significant to note that America’s Asian policies are not being designed and implemented due to random foolishness by mentally deficient individuals. Rather, those policies are being primarily designed by extremely intelligent individuals of an alien ethnicity, whose interests are very different from that of Europeans, and whose end goals are therefore quite different from the best interests of Europeans. Thus, America’s Middle East policy seems silly perhaps, as it does not create order and peace, and this is almost incomprehensible to the Germanic mind, which craves to exert order upon its environment, with chaos being anathema. And yet disorder in the Middle East is to the perceived benefit and is the intent of those who are the designers of America’s policies, who have built the machinery to influence American policy over many decades, and continue to invest vast resources and effort to maintain that influence. “American Foolery” is in my view quite an insufficient explanation for what we see happening.

    • Lew
      Posted June 28, 2014 at 7:35 pm | Permalink

      I think the Iraq War was a success from the standpoint of its likely real objectives.

      >Control of large oil reserves directly or by proxy.
      >I haven’t checked, but if Iraq has a central bank I’m sure it’s hooked into the Western financial system.
      >Oil transactions still handled in dollars.
      >Established a foothold for pumping NY/Hollywood’s pop culture into the ME (Andrew Hamilton has written on this).
      >Destoyed the most powerful threat to Israel, Saudi Arabia, and America’s Sunni client states.
      >Billions in contracts for Halliburton and the MIC.
      >Planting the seeds of “instability” throughout the region to maintain the never ending cycle of perpetual war.

      And at what cost? Not much. The cost, basically, was a lot of maimed and dead white trash and Arabs, Nothing that matters to the forces behind these evils. It would be interesting to know just how much of that trillion dollar cost found its way into the pockets of the major shareholders for US defense firms. Objectively, it’s hard for me to see how the Iraq War was anything but a major success from the POV of the American elite. I would like to hear some other views.

      • Arindam
        Posted June 29, 2014 at 11:27 am | Permalink

        The Iraq War was certainly a success for financiers, weapons manufacturers, and the oil industry. However, from the point of view of the Atlanticist élite, it was ultimately disastrous because:

        1) It sent oil prices soaring – benefiting Russia, Iran, Venezuela, etc… Of course, if the USA was a major oil exporter, this would not be a problem, but if I’m not mistaken, the USA is still a leading importer of oil. Thus, the Iraq war bloated an already high trade deficit and raised its foreign debt further (whilst having the opposite effect on the aforementioned countries).

        2) It led – contrary to their expectations – to a strengthened Iran.

        3) Far from Iraq becoming some sort of outlet for the toxic Hollywood pseudo-culture, it ended up becoming a laboratory for the most extreme forms of Sunni and Shi’ite fundamentalism. At least under the Ba’ath regime, Iraqi Christians could buy alcohol.

        4) It generated a major antiwar, anti-interventionist backlash among the American and European public. We saw this quite clearly over the House of Commons vote on Syria last year.

        5) The loss of prestige. Prior to the Iraq war, the USA was hated but feared. That fiasco has kept the USA hated, but it tends to be despised, and distrusted. One indication of this is the tendency of US allies to pursue their own interests irrespective of what Washington might think: case in point – Israel, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states supporting the Sisi regime in Egypt even as Washington tried to cut aid to Egypt over the overthrow of Mohammed Mursi.

        6) Last, but not least, in the decade that the USA was caught up in West Asia, the überpower of East Asia emerged as the leading industrial nation. The Bush-Cheney administration squandered what may well have been the last chance to prevent Chinese hegemony in the 21st century; Obama’s current ‘pivot to Asia’ strikes me as little more than locking the stable door after the horse has bolted. [On this point, I’d refer in particular at the Seoul G-20 summit, when Washington’s attempts to get countries running trade surpluses to commit to reducing them, was slapped down by China, with support from Germany and Japan. About six decades ago, the USA had slapped down a similar proposal by the UK.]

        Mr Liddell is correct: we should stop overestimating America.

      • Richard Edmonds
        Posted July 2, 2014 at 5:05 pm | Permalink

        Lew writes: “The Iraq war was a major success for the American elite.”

        My response: This last twenty years, the United States have threatened, destabilised, attacked and destroyed a considerable number of countries in Europe and neighbouring to Europe: Serbia, Tunisia, Libya, Iraq, Egypt, Iran, Syria, and currently the Ukraine. I for one, never thought that I would live to see a European city bombed, as Serbia’s capital Belgrade was by the United States Air Force in the 1990s.

        Question: How does all this aggression benefit either the American people or its elites ?

  10. Paul Oksnee
    Posted June 26, 2014 at 2:00 pm | Permalink

    Excellent, right on the button.

  11. fnn
    Posted June 26, 2014 at 11:07 am | Permalink

    Resistance to the Jewish takeover of America (at least after 1945) was amazingly feeble. It’s dub or disingenuous to blame it all on Hitler-as some do.

  12. Sandy
    Posted June 26, 2014 at 3:06 am | Permalink

    Excellent article but i think he is a bit hard on the country that everyone wants to live in. My sister visited America once and came back all surprised that there were so many tall thin people there. “Its like there are two societies there,” she said. “The one we see on TV and the other one.” America is not an idiot but it has been captured and serves a foreign master – probably the one we all suspect but don’t really understand.

    • Peter Quint
      Posted June 26, 2014 at 10:22 am | Permalink

      Great article, I agree with it whole heartedly. I wonder where your sister visited though, because all I ever see in America is obese people who can barely walk and have not seen their nether regions since childhood, if then.

      • Sandy
        Posted June 26, 2014 at 3:43 pm | Permalink

        She visited the east coast to fetch her son back from a school exchange. The American boy was not allowed to have chewing gum but my sister turned a blind eye to it when he was with her.It was their little secret. My sister, like everyone else has the media image of America and was surprised to meet normal people who looked, spoke and dressed normally and were concerned about bring up their children. It is what we call the other America – filled with real people and if i remember correctly TV time was severely restricted.

  13. Posted June 26, 2014 at 1:30 am | Permalink

    Well said. Yockey referred to the syphilis of Hollywood and the leprosy of New York. A disease does not need to plan overmuch, just latch on to a weakened organism and fulfil its nature. Ralph Peters, the neocon analyst, glories in the role. It is apt that Richard Edmonds should be the first to comment, with his quote from Imperium. I think the exact phase was “world clown.” Nicely illustrated too.

  14. Sheik Yerbouti
    Posted June 26, 2014 at 12:06 am | Permalink

    While he does hold up “America” quite a bit, I think he makes a clear mistake. The US government is not “America”. The American people are America. The US government is an organized crime network that has hijacked what we once knew as “America”. Americans have NO friends in Washington. They tarnish the name of Americans and the world finds itself hating the wrong people. Rangel of all people was reelected. Huge red flag wafts by unnoticed. Yes, a nation of over 300 million being run by a few hundred can be driven to seem like a huge marching moron. Get to know us better. Americans are not the US government. We are simply too obedient for our own good.

  15. Posted June 25, 2014 at 11:10 pm | Permalink

    What are the best sources on US involvement with ISIS?

  16. Perturabo
    Posted June 25, 2014 at 11:04 pm | Permalink

    Well “America” is completely run by the jews. And that explains about 99% of what’s ailing it.

  17. Endangered Species
    Posted June 25, 2014 at 10:03 pm | Permalink

    Finished reading this essay with a sense of resignation.

    Perhaps like others, I had been hoping that Uncle Jester would be coming to the rescue of the terminally ill white world. Not likely to happen, is it.

    This short vid out of Sweden gives a realistic report on where we all are headed:

    Title – I am Swedish, but I live in ‘Absurdistan’

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiodZctX2TY

    (Actually all in the west now live in Absurdistan, only the degree of absurdity varies.)

  18. Brian
    Posted June 25, 2014 at 9:16 pm | Permalink

    The attacks on Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Libya are not “plausible theories”, nor are the insurrections in Tunisia, Egypt, Iran, and Syria “half-facts”. But I’ll take your word that this latest bout is an unrelated blunder by the accidental destroyers.

    It’s a breath of fresh air to hear aslant pleas of absolution for our enemies, who know not what they do. And in the sanctuary. Thanks.

  19. Gunnar Tyrsson
    Posted June 25, 2014 at 7:57 pm | Permalink

    America seems, more and more, to resemble the mighty oak: it seems to stand firm, and every spring it still puts forth leaves, but the inside is hollow and rotten. No one knows this until the first good storm.

  20. Timothy Adams
    Posted June 25, 2014 at 7:42 pm | Permalink

    Mr. Liddel is correct. Those who declaim that he paints with too broad a brush are trying to excuse themselves from the mass of the idiocracy that is America. To quote another recent commentator, “The dollar is the peso of Europe.” Precisely because America is the cheap military and money source for other “western” nations–and as long as the big boys continue to support the petrodollar (and they will because all of these nations are deeply in debt and require expanding money to finance their own states), there will be no change.

  21. IBM
    Posted June 25, 2014 at 7:01 pm | Permalink

    This article is an example of how moronic and tactless Colin Liddell can be. Instead of aiming at the people and ideologies that control the U.S. and the rest of the West, he aims at Americans in general, including those of us who would otherwise agree with him.

    • BonusGift
      Posted June 26, 2014 at 10:15 am | Permalink

      Bingo, although I am not familiar with the writer, I was thinking along the same lines. All countries at almost all times could be considered to be ‘lead’ by morons, yet it seems that tribal themes dominate recently and give the answer to the question: “For whom does this benefit (Cui bono?)?” In the Middle East one merely has to ask is this what Israel wants? In effect, why blame the average founding stock American for disgusting and downright moronic behavior when they are more victim than master of the situation? In short, don’t blame the victim and allow the criminals to get off Scot free.

      • Sandy
        Posted June 27, 2014 at 2:54 am | Permalink

        In effect, why blame the average founding stock American for disgusting and downright moronic behavior when they are more victim than master of the situation? In short, don’t blame the victim and allow the criminals to get off Scot free. Funny you should say that during the summer fund raiser which provides a chance for the average founding stock of America to do a little standing up for himself.

      • M.
        Posted June 30, 2014 at 12:05 am | Permalink

        Perhaps because by extension people might ask the same of Jews or Blacks. If a paradigm exists within a populace, righteous members of that populace cannot get hysterically defensive just to defend the indefensible. That cultural liberalism has such a stranglehold on America cannot solely be blamed on liberalism and its foot soldiers. If the conscience of the majority of the America people accords with your conscience – which seems to be what you’re saying if one cannot blame America – then you ought to be winning but you’re not.

  22. Richard Edmonds
    Posted June 25, 2014 at 5:10 pm | Permalink

    “America, the world fool” was how Yockey in 1948 described the USA in his book, ‘Imperium'”.

    Yes, the United States rose to be the world’s leading power because the World’s truly great powers, Britain, France and Germany, (in no particular order) cancelled each other out; i.e. mutually destroyed each other in the period 1914 to 1945.

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    The Path of Cinnabar

    Tyr

    The Lost Philosopher

    Impeachment of Man

    Gold in the Furnace

    Defiance

    The Passing of a Profit & Other Forgotten Stories

    Revolution from Above