UPI Editor at Large, called "Tower of Babble Rabble". Borchgrave thinks Scott McClennan's "expose" of the phony reason for the Iraq war merely states the obvious.
But then he mentions what I know is the real motivation for the war, and for every war the U.S. and the U.N. are fighting... "coercive democracy", also known to insiders and active participants as "rebuilding community."
"So McClellan is correct when he writes senior administration officials began a campaign in 2002 to "aggressively sell the war," even as he and other officials insisted all options were on the table. Of course, it was a war of choice, not of necessity, as he writes. The Bush administration's main motive for invading Iraq was to introduce "coercive democracy.""Amazing how this prominent member of mainstream media calls Americans who believed the official "neocon's" disinformation forced upon them by mainstream media "a gullible, manipulated public." Why is it always the gullible, misinformed, lied to public who comes off looking like the big schmuck these days? Everyone thinks they have the right to call everyone else stupid, even the liars whose lies make us stupid.
I've always seen Iraq as a pilot test for violently exporting communitarian values, especially since I learned U.S. Marines were hosting Neighborhood Watch and helping to establish neighborhood councils. The the first government established was totally communitarian and even a few well known scholars called it that. Then Etzioni explained how the disestablishment clause of the U.S. Constitution doesn't prohibit the U.S. government from establishing a secular government in Iraq, uh huh. So, now we have this term coercive democracy, and it appears to exist without any need for a definition or even a trite explanation of what it means.
Mr UPI also defined the neocon's disinformation as leading us to believe we were "locked in an existential struggle with Iraq." Existential is an interesting choice of words in this context, especially since existentialism is based in Hegelian dialectical thinking... at it's most extreme. And I'm guessing not one of the 60% who believed Saddam Hussein was behind 9/11 have the first clue what existentialism is and not one of them would describe the pre-war struggle with Iraq by using that term. This is the biggest barrier between the American people and their communitarian trained captors. We don't speak the same language.
Democracy, to our Republic's fonders, was a formula for tryranny and mob rule. Today the U.S. and much of the world believes democracy means freedom and free things. Wonder what they think it means in Iraq and Afghanistan.
On a personal level,
I'm still getting letters from people who think I should be doing more to get the word out or that I should find a way to lead our people to freedom. In a way it's like they want me to practice a form of coercive democracy. I'm supposed to find a way to trick people into understanding they're being tricked. It's been suggested that I simplify my "message" and focus on one thing, like the International Bankers because they're an easy to identify target. So it just isn't enough that I focus on the one thing that ties everything together, to some people this means I should do more (or less) depending on what they need from me. I'm also noticing a resentment against what I'm doing in Alaska, which is just living and trying to keep food on the table, like everybody else. Even NWO researchers have to eat sometime, and it's getting harder and harder to make a living if you can't comply with communitarian employment requirements. I also have to think about my daughter who has been with me through all of this. We're working day and night trying to get ourselves set up so that we can afford to let me work on the ACL full time again. I just spent eight months of winter in an 18' round tent. I have to allow myself time outside to plant a garden. I'm making my own job because one does not exist for me. It is my life after all, and as far as I know, it's the only one I'll get. I want to finish the Hegel series but I'm so far behind in other projects that bring in money that I doubt I'll get to it before fall. If things go right this summer I can write all next winter without any distractions other than an empty woodbox. And my writing is often much better after I've moved dirt... it helps me to see things differently. I'm thinking a lot lately about how much better land is after a human hand has groomed it, not to mention how much safer it is to cut back the trees and high shrubs because of the fires.
Maybe I should start telling people what I think they should do.
If there's one thing I think everyone should do it's this: go read your local Agenda 21 Plan, whatever it's called. If every American and foreign national read their local plan, maybe then we'd have a global uprising and massive recalls at the local levels. We could destroy the plan from the bottom up, tier by tier. We are powerless to do anything at the top but we hold ALL the power at the bottom, which is where most of us live anyway. And there are many local groups around the country and abroad who are doing what they can to expose it to their neighbors and elected officials. If you're unsure of how to read your LA21 plan and how to identify the communitarian councils and laws used to coerce democracy in your community, I wrote a short little book called 2020: Our Common Destiny, which explains exactly how to do it.