The days when politicians were loyal to whatever country they rules are long gone, assuming that those days ever existed in the first place. Still, what we are seeing today is the presence of a growing administrative class.
I just saw this in the news:
Jeb Bush wants to start something with Russia. People complain about growing partisanship in Washington, but what’s really scary is when both parties agree on something. It’s like Elvira said, 99% of what you eat is DEAD, it’s the other 1% which is truly scary. In this case, we’re not talking about food, but we are still talking about something we are being forced to swallow. Of course I’m talking about Russia. Why is it that our politicians are so eager to start a fight with Russia, when Putin has already come out and said that he has nukes and he’s not afraid to use them?
George Washington said that the US should avoid foreign entanglements, but now foreign entanglements are a daily occurrence.
The media is trying to say that we must have either Jeb Bush or Hitlery Clinton. The media would like that, because both of these candidates are very similar. I imagine that Hillary would be more overtly pro-gay and anti-Christian, but when it comes to everything else there will be little to no difference. Neither of them sees Islam as any sort of threat. Neither of them sees the illegal alien invasion of our country as a threat. Both of them see “international law” as binding on the US, and neither of them are willing to avoid foreign entanglements. I will not vote for either of these piles of garbage.
According to new polls, Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton aren’t viewed very favorably. (AP Photo)
Voters of America: What exactly is your problem?
For months, we in the media have been telling you, repeatedly and in very small words, that Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are going to be the nominees in 2016. They’ve got big money, big names, the comforting ’90s vibe. Their debates will feel like a rerun of “Friends,” before everyone started doing drugs and sleeping with each other.
Bush and Hillary both belong to a new, modern class of politicians which are really an administrative class. David Cameron of England is another example of this administrative class. The new administrative class has no loyalty to any country or people group. They see human beings as tools and servants which are either interchangeable, or which must be forced together in spite of any incompatibilities. The primary function of the administrative class is to keep fundamentally incompatible people groups from completely killing one another off after said groups have been forced to live within the same area. The goal is to reduce actual countries to administrative regions with no distinct identity rather than areas where autonomous people groups engage in self rule. The administrative class does not recognize that any people group has an ancestral claim to any part of the world, or the right to claim any specific part of the world as their home. They do not see countries as the logical outgrowth of naturally existing people groups, but rather as regions which they (the administrator) can LIVE off of by taxing.
My theory is that the administrative class works for the bankers, who print money for a lot of western countries, and their role is similar to that of Feudal Lords who administered set regions for kings during the dark ages. What we are entering now is a new dark age, but one where the corrupt ruling class will be aided by technology.
So what is the basis for all this hysteria over Russia? Russia has not attacked the US even once. Even during the Cold War they did not attack us. If Russia annexes the ethnic Russian enclaves in Eastern Europe it won’t hurt us here in the US. So Jeb Bush says he supports Estonia and Poland, but does he really? Is Jeb Bush getting ready to support the local nationalist parties in those countries? Probably not, because he supports multiculturalism. He’s not pro-Poland, Estonia, or anything. He is pro-immigration and anti-Russian.
In a sane world, Russia and Putin would be viewed as allies by the west. They stand as a barrier between Europe and a whole host of savage Islamic countries. It wasn’t Russians that shot up Charlie Hebdo. It’s not Russians who blow up school busses, nightclubs, or engage in mass shootings over cartoons. Russia is being used for a “1984” style “two of hate” where people are encouraged to rail against something without really knowing why, other than the fact that it’s a threat to the administrative class. Russians are not set to become the majority in Western Europe or the US, nor are they preparing to put us under a fascist ideology where we have no freedom of speech, religion, or association.
The most dangerous outside threat is Islam, which engages in bombings, shootings, honor killings, and acid attacks. People get attacked for going into Shariah zones in Europe, and yes, there are Shariah zones in England, France, and Sweden now. The goal of Islam is to put us under Shariah, and their birthrates are dangerously high compared with ours, so if current trends continue they WILL become the majority in western Europe.
Provoking Russia will achieve nothing, and I for one am not willing to take a nuke for Jeb Bush, or a bullet for ANY of these politicians and their egos. Why should any of us fight for a government, or die for one, which just views us as disposable slaves and minions. It’s one of the greatest tragedies of history that our soldiers are overseas fighting to protect our freedom and culture (or at least believing so) while our government lets in a whole host of invaders behind their backs.
Why should we support a war with Russia, when the people in Crimea voted to JOIN Russia, and the Russian separatists in Eastern Europe also want to join Russia? Let them join Russia. Now, I do not support the violent war between Russian Separatists and Ukrainians. In fact, I think it’s a shame. Russians and Ukrainians have much more in common than not in common, and while they fight other parts of Europe are being continually invaded by dangerous outsiders who have NOTHING in common with Europeans. It is like two men fighting in a burning house, over missing pocket change. The conflict here is actually between the administrative class and their leaders, and Russia. It does not stem from irreconcilable differences between Russians and Ukrainians.