I remember the morning of September 11th 2001 like it was yesterday. I was running a landscaping truck at the time, and we were just finishing up a job when I started up the truck and turned on the radio to 92.3 KRock. Howard Stern was a pretty regular feature of my life back then, and my first introduction to talk radio.
They were talking about some rumor that Howard had hooked up with Pam Anderson, and Howard was not comfortable with the discussion. He kept trying to change the subject, so nobody believed him at first when he said a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center. Not long after, the second plane hit, and the show cut over to a news feed which made the announcement, America was under attack.
We were far from done with our work for the day, but I told my helper to get in the truck. It was time to go home.
When I got home, my parents had Fox News on the television. I did not pay much attention to politics at the time, and had no concept of the differences between cable news networks. I knew that what I was seeing was really important though, so I began to watch little other than cable news whenever I watched television.
I quickly grew to dislike the other channels, because they seemed unpatriotic. My country was at war, after being the subject of an unprovoked attack by savages who didn’t even have the official sanction of another government. They hated us for our freedom, and the conflict was clearly an us or them situation. These other channels clearly hated the country which afforded them the freedom to dissent, and wanted to blame us for the actions of criminals.
I spent the better part of 8 years thinking that way. I got almost all of my political information from Fox News. I enthusiastically supported the war, and thought anybody who didn’t was a disloyal pinko commie liberal. I was sure that at any moment, modern technology would bring the spectacle of “shock and awe” to my eyes, and the incredible power of the United States military would bring our foes to their knees in short order.
Seemingly before that war had even gotten started, Iraq was somehow made a top priority. I didn’t question it much. I remembered the war propaganda of the first Iraq war from my pre-teen years. We had already been through two other presidencies by this point and that Saddam guy was still in power? Obviously a tyrant! The Iraqi people were sure to greet us as liberators, and in any case, America was so powerful and so righteous that this nothing little country was sure to be a non-issue for our military.
It wasn’t until 2009 that I started to question any of this. Barack Obama had become president, and suddenly Fox News didn’t trust the government with every imaginable power. Now we were to be concerned about this massive spy bureaucracy, and we definitely didn’t want “free” healthcare.
Perhaps more curiously, the other channels were no longer skeptical about war. Now war was universally accepted as the normal state of affairs.
I later found myself in a bit of legal trouble, and studying the US Constitution rocked my world. My government recognized no constraints on its powers whatsoever. It lied constantly about matters past and present. I felt so stupid for cheering it on those eight years.
I got involved with the libertarians, ran for congress, and became an anti-war activist. I watched Loose Change, the Obama Deception, Endgame, Terrorstorm, GenerationRX, the Future of Food, and other videos that further radicalized me. I became convinced that “terrorism” was some scam by the government to scare me into giving up my freedom. It had been remarkably successful.
Outside of a few vocal libertarians who were no threat to the system, there ceased to be any kind of anti-war movement. Conservatives accepted all things military as inherently virtuous. Obama’s biggest problem, to them, was that he wasn’t aggressive enough as he expanded the territorial scope of this “war on terror”. Liberals were suddenly less concerned about the killing our government was doing, and far more interested in the “human rights abuses” of the regimes their black president was aiming to topple.
Fast forward a few years down the road, and terrorism in Europe became impossible to ignore. Shockingly enough, when you let Muslims take over your country demographically, bad things happen. I felt even dumber for being skeptical of terrorism than I had about trusting my corrupt government.
This didn’t make me feel any better about the wars, mind you. They were largely driving the immigration patterns that caused this mess. But there was no longer any meaningful anti-war voice.
I was skeptical, to say the least, last year when we were told Assad used sarin gas against his people in Syria. It didn’t seem to serve any strategic benefit, quite the contrary, and in any case surely the US response of bombarding an airbase offset any perceived advantage. Sure enough, we were later told that we had no evidence that Assad did in fact use sarin gas.
The more recent claim of chlorine gas, I don’t think even made an effort at being credible. I saw a bunch of people washing kids off with hoses, some young guys running around between damaged buildings through a foggy street, and was told by Fox News that this proved Assad had gassed his own people. If that smog was chlorine gas, I can promise you those kids would not have been so calmly jogging back and forth in it.
That plan to get out of the country? Totally off the table now, because Jewish moralist horseshit.
The other channels? You know, the ones that think Donald Trump is Hitler. Yeah, they think he’s a pussy now.
Save for Tucker Carlson and what’s left of the Alt Right, there doesn’t seem to be any meaningful opposition at all to full blown war in Syria. That would be troubling enough if it were only Syria that we would find ourselves at war with. In reality, we would likely be fighting Russia and Iran as well, and that’s just the obviously foreseeable consequences.
We have been at war for almost 17 years, the longest running conflict in our history. We owe over $21 trillion, we have $112 trillion in unfunded liabilities, and most Americans don’t have $1,000 in savings. Half the country fears and loathes the other half based on politics alone, and the racial tensions aren’t exactly improving matters. Communists riot in our streets with impunity. Illegal immigrants block the entrances to amusement parks and call it activism. Non-whites make up 40% of our active duty military.
If we do not stop fighting these wars, we are going to start losing them. That seems so glaringly obvious to me that I can only assume the people pushing for war are aiming for our destruction. Speaking of American national security interests in Syria, while leaving our borders open to invasion, is so absurd on its face that anyone who seriously proposes it has to be viewed as a threat. Putting us on a collision course with Russia, after we’ve been embarrassed militarily for 17 years by primitive beasts in the desert, is just begging for catastrophe for all involved.
No matter how many wars you wage for the Jews, no matter how many sons and daughters you give them, they will always oppose your efforts to Make America Great Again, because subversion runs through their veins. We are on the brink of planetary racial cataclysm the likes of which the world has never seen, and from which we may never recover. The white race has been overrun in Europe and the United States. If we were to defeat Russia militarily, what sizable homeland would whites have remaining? What force would remain to stop the tide of racial adulteration?
White power has become a dirty phrase in the modern political lexicon, and that is exceedingly unfortunate, because it is precisely that power which has made civilization possible. We may well be nearing the point at which that power fades from history, and the savagery we have sacrificed so much to stave off eclipses the whole of the Earth.
Mr. President, for the sake of all that is decent and holy, please do not do this. The comparisons so many have made of your administration to World War II are more accurate than most of your supporters would like to admit, and I mean that in the most praiseful of contexts. Adolf Hitler was not some madman bent on mass murder for his own entertainment. He recognized a growing danger to the whole of humanity, and he resolved that he would stop at nothing to protect us from that threat. His defeat in that conflict is as much to blame for our immigration problems today, as is the modern Democrat party.
You are fighting on the wrong side of history, sir. Do not make us choose between our country and our race.
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