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Posted 18 March 2019 - 07:37 AM

Traditions of American Liberty

The whole reason for a weak central government was to make sure a single group didn't have control over the others. The idea wasn't up to the political class to change peoples behaviors. They were looking for practical means of growing their economies and sharing cooperation. But, all the colonies had an attachment to self government. Each one was an experiment in government. They were conservative with their traditions.

I don't believe the American Revolution was an engineered revolution. Not like the French Revolution. They started changing everything around. Days of the week, measurements, using legislation to create blueprints of behavior for the citizens. A new age of reason born in France. Americans didn't do these things in the beginning of its experience.

In the beginning the constitution was a restraining device for the government to adhere to. Today it seems as if the constitution is a restraining device against the people.

 

The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History


Posted 15 February 2019 - 12:31 PM

 

Essentially the history described in this thread shows a circle of power changing hands. Always the upper class of high society taking advantage of the common man. This documentary displays the same attitudes of behavior the British had towards the Kings subjects in America. Only a break away was established so the American upper class could take advantage of the vast resources of the land and everything in it. For themselves, just like the Crown's attitude. Except, the Crown did fight back...but, that's a whole different kind of thread!
 
Plutocracy is the first documentary to comprehensively examine early American history through the lens of class. A multi-part series by filmmaker Scott Noble, Part I focuses on the the ways in which the American people have historically been divided on the basis of race, ethnicity, sex and skill level.
 
Plutocracy: Divide et Impera (Divide and Rule) includes sections on Mother Jones, the American Constitution; the Civil War draft riots; Reconstruction; Industrialization; the evolution of the police; the robber barons; early American labor unions; and major mid-to-late 19th Century labor events including the uprising of 1877, the Haymarket Affair, the Homestead strike and the New Orleans General Strike. The introduction examines the West Virginian coal wars of the early 20th Century, culminating in the Battle of Blair Mountain. 
 
 

 

 

 

This documentary depicts a shift in the American mind regarding morality. Before the Civil War most colleges and educational systems were based on a system of religious morality built on a Puritan foundation. After the Civil War corporate systems began to take over the educational curriculum. This left the country disillusioned in it's search for a greater understanding of God. The profit systems turned towards a scientific method to define a new 'god'. The Teutonic systems of psychology began to be applied usurping the older philosophical moral attitude towards education. Corporate mentally and rights of person began its ascendancy over the human being....

 

America is a nation with a soul of a church.

What are we worshiping in this church?

 

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Civil religion - Robert Bellah

Like a covenant with God...

 

Read presidential addresses pertaining to this ideal. It seems America has made a pact or covenant with God from its very beginnings....

 

There is a pattern to this ideal of a New Atlantis

The Man Who Wrote the Pledge of Allegiance

The schoolroom staple didn’t originally include “under God,” even though it was created by an ordained minister

https://www.smithson...iance-93907224/



 


Feathers

Posted 02 February 2019 - 03:29 PM

The psychological events inflicted upon the American ideal continue...

 

http://forum.chicken...f-grace/?p=2984

 

What is a real American? Two continents contain that name.

 

Is the American Idea owned and operated by those that should not be?

 

:huh:

 

The Lost History of America

 

http://forum.chicken...ory-of-america/


Posted 30 January 2019 - 07:10 PM

 

Degrees of Ethos
 
what images portray authority
 
law/order
 
police
judges
government officials
doctors
priests
 
pop culture authority (the power of advertisment)
 
teachers
science
media 
journalists
tv/movie stars
 
How does all this make us behave towards one another?
 
Symbols are the connections between sigils.
Colors denoting a heirarchy of authority allow procedural communication.
 
These degrees of authority are rigid in method.
Concentrating clubs together to serve greater clubs.
Each with their own camp of languages (jargon).
Interacting within secret sigils.
 
Beware the El Requiremento.
 
What is valid Ethos?
 
Does a teacher with a gun portray a valid authority to look up to.
 
To a kid every adult is an authority...
 
Will a teacher shoot me if I fail the class? 

 

 

 

 

It's more about the misuse of authority. The old adage 'ignorance is not an excuse' is used too often. 
 
Those who would take advantage of ignorance are the wrong authority to look up to. This kind of authority thrives on ignorance. Using what you don't know against you. There is no bliss in this. 

 

 

"THE BACKGROUND: 'Out beyond the Europe's rim the Spaniards met the Indians.' This, then, is the original encounter, the deep background of the Imaginos saga, the table upon which the whole myth unfolds. To the Spaniards, agents of a Catholic Sovereign, the New World was no place of grace. To the Spaniards, the first Europeans to find a New World, what they found was not good. It was anti-genesis, anti-Eden, seat of evil, pit of darkness. All the shinning [sic] silver of Mexico and all its bright, bright gold, herein became no luminous mirror of delight, but, rather, a mirror of blackness. The priests in the expeditions could imagine no place worse than this place, albeit new, visibly in the thrall of invisible spirits. All the shinning [sic] silver of Mexico and all its bright, bright gold, becomes, when striven for beyond all limit, that which is beyond limit. On the luminous surface of a noble metal, corruptible by no agent of this world, the Spaniards could read no reason to turn back now. Even then, it had become to late. In the mirror of blackness, where no light can shine and no image collects, the Spaniards discovered for themselves an image of the self without limit: the invention of all new things, the invention of genocide; all things are permitted. For hundreds of years, all the gold in the world came from the New World. Melted and re-melted, incorruptible, but soft, its luminosity circulated throughout Europe: the seduction of the Old World by the New World --innocence corrupts experience. The destruction of Spanish power was accomplished by the England of Elizabeth. Her occult adviser a Dr. John Dee. He spoke, he said, with invisible spirits and in his possession was a magic mirror of black volcanic glass, obsidian. It was fashioned in Mexico."
 
The fifteenth and sixteenth century Old World, in the form of the Spanish conquistadors, transferred the dark psychic energies of its collective unconscious to the New World, introducing to the Americas its plagues of missionary religion, communicable diseases, military technologies, and cultural genocide; the resulting devastating psychic shockwaves were absorbed into a mysterious obsidian mirror in the Mexican jungle which, in 1892-3, was taken to the Old World by the mysterious once-human being known as Imaginos (a.k.a. Desdinova) and ensconced in England, where for decades it karmically re-emitted those mephitic psychic energies throughout Europe, eventually manifesting in the cataclysmic First and Second World Wars.
 
 

Posted 29 January 2019 - 08:52 PM

The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire
 
At the demise of empire, City of London financial interests created a web of secrecy jurisdictions that captured wealth from across the globe and hid it in a web of offshore islands. Today, up to half of global offshore wealth is hidden in British jurisdictions and Britain and its dependencies are the largest global players in the world of international finance. 
 
The Spider's Web was written, directed and produced by Michael Oswald, you can sponsor his future films on Patreon:
 

Posted 28 January 2019 - 04:03 PM

 

Degrees of Ethos
 
what images portray authority
 
law/order
 
police
judges
government officials
doctors
priests
 
pop culture authority (the power of advertisment)
 
teachers
science
media 
journalists
tv/movie stars
 
How does all this make us behave towards one another?
 
Symbols are the connections between sigils.
Colors denoting a heirarchy of authority allow procedural communication.
 
These degrees of authority are rigid in method.
Concentrating clubs together to serve greater clubs.
Each with their own camp of languages (jargon).
Interacting within secret sigils.
 
Beware the El Requiremento.
 
What is valid Ethos?
 
Does a teacher with a gun portray a valid authority to look up to.
 
To a kid every adult is an authority...
 
Will a teacher shoot me if I fail the class? 

 

 

It's more about the misuse of authority. The old adage 'ignorance is not an excuse' is used too often. 
 
Those who would take advantage of ignorance are the wrong authority to look up to. This kind of authority thrives on ignorance. Using what you don't know against you. There is no bliss in this. 

Posted 26 January 2019 - 12:17 PM

 

Building a Better Mouse Trap
 
Pre-conditions gathered together in bands bring about the cause. No single condition can effect a cause. Are these things inevitable? Can they be scripted?
 
European qualities
 
raw materials
agrocultureal revolution - better ways of growing things.
increased demand - clothes, houses, transport, entertainment
increased labor force - migration to cities
government monopolies
 
selective breeding, pre gmo techniques
(is there a human stock development program too :chuckle:)
 
British qualities
 
lots of capitol - use of credit - build a machine
laissez faire economy - monopolies were favorable to merchants. few restrictions and taxes.
wide ranging perceptions of economic and social mobility as possible - transportation of goods and ideas.
And the men who take advantage of all these pre conditions - If you think you can do it you'll most likely try...walk on! :chuckle:

 

 

It's important to distinguish some terms:
 
What is capitalism?
 
It's consumerism gone wild.
 
What is Fair capitalism in light of the power of consumerism.
 
Consumerism - greed is good - create advertisements - covet everything.
 
Capitalism - fair trade - moderate consumerism - don't get overweight - watch your addictions
 
Be wary of your consumptions...
 
Define capitalism: The old Jeffersonian/Jacksonian Ideals of sustainability and growth by economic preservation of natural resources and moderate consumerism.

Posted 18 January 2019 - 02:13 PM

:rofl:

 

The Great and Secret Show! Godlike isn't it.

 

:Laughing-rolf:  :Laughing-rolf:  :Laughing-rolf:
 
A long time ago...
 
In a Galaxy far, far away!
 

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Sooner or later, Europe will just be one united state, with one currency" England: "Er, I'm going to have to opt out of that one, I'm afraid."
 

Posted 15 January 2019 - 05:17 PM

Public corporations.

These are the ones that service everybody. Transportation, water, power, a few others...

Profiting from that for selfish reasons doesn't hunt well and does not serve the public.

Private corporations utilize those services all the time.

I got no problems with private corporations. Only when they invade my private economy. Too many bells & whistles accompany their policies. Leaving a one sided contract giving them full control over the details. Allowing them to change policy anytime they feel like it. Legally breaking contracts, so to speak...

I suppose my definition of contract means fair use and live and let live. I guess I've been hood-winked. Oh well, it's not the first time and it certainly won't be the last.

Live and learn.

I hope!

:chuckle:

 

Besides, all the public infrastruction within needs to be upgraded to achieve magnificence.

 

Infrastructure Development Projects

 

Welcome to Babylon!

 

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Posted 13 January 2019 - 12:52 PM

:Laughing-rolf:  :Laughing-rolf:  :Laughing-rolf:  :Laughing-rolf:  :Laughing-rolf:

 

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:rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:

 

Wait!

 

 

Wut?

 

 

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