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Modern “Progressivism”: The Globalists’ New Inquisition

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by James Hufferd, Ph.D.                                                                                                                                                        

Coordinator, 911 Truth Grassroots Organization

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To this world’s associated Globalists, NWO, Neocon warriors (with other people always doing the fighting, paying the bills, paying the ultimate price), pan-Middle East Zionist Supremacist iniquitous ubiquitous meddlers: Here’s a proposition for you. To wit: If you would like to legitimize your plan and global enterprise, to get us all on board and knowledgeably behind it, why not just spill it out honestly, ALL of it, so we can all of us either vote it up or down? More

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People Who Live in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw Stones (And Nations Who Have a Lot of “Soft Targets” Shouldn’t Humiliate Their Oppressed Enemies)

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Duty to Warn

new-logo25kohlsGary G. Kohls, MD

 

“I have always thought that there is no evil harsher or more ruinous than war. War is the source from which bubbles forth that loathsome, filthy mixture of criminal men: robbers, rapists, pimps, brigands, pirates, thieves, assassins, poisoners, rogues, embezzlers, cattle-rustlers, agitators, traitors, temple-robbers, perjurors, blasphemers, and also prostitutes, whores, and bawds. My voice would give out faster than I could even recount the names of the monsters which are the spawn of war.Erasmus, a Dutch Christian humanist (1466-1536)

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I’m not one to recite a joke or a funny story. I don’t have the knack. But once upon a time I actually remembered – and then successfully told – a tale that had a moral to it. It was a take-off of the moral in the title above and I recalled it when the Paris terror was announced. The story went something like this, with some embellishments in the story that are more applicable to the times:

Once upon a time there was a tribal king in a backward African nation that was so poor that most people lived in grass houses. Even the well-fed king (who had acquired his throne by ill-gotten, military means) and his fattened wives and concubines lived in a grass house that was larger and fancier than the houses of any of his subjects. It even had a second story.  Like most greedy tin-pot military dictators, he liked to wear his glittery military uniform (that had a sash and many multi-colored ribbons on it) and a prominently displayed flag pin whenever he appeared in public.

Also like most power-hungry political and military higher-ups throughout the sad world history of militarism, colonialism, imperialism and fascism, he felt that it was important to acquire more and more wealth and power and show it off to his subjects.

Fighting a seemingly endless war with a rival kingdom, the king eventually acquired technologically superior weaponry and emerged victorious. It had been a bloody war, with many episodes of civilian “collateral damage”, friendly fire deaths, eye-for-an-eye reprisals and the poisoning – from military toxins – of the soil, water and air of both kingdoms. King One’s army finally overran King Two’s army, raped his women, took control of his oil fields and confiscated the impressive throne that King One had always coveted.

After the armistice was signed, King One’s soldiers replaced the old throne with the captured one and had his soldiers carry it into the second story storage room, along with some of the other spoils of war. As the king, his cabinet and the Joint Chiefs of Staff were celebrating their victory, the old throne, along with many other prizes of war, crashed down and killed them all, along with many innocent bystanders. More

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