The Risk of Revolution Grows

Our world is coming apart.  The reactions to this are daily becoming more ridiculous.  The reactions to this are daily becoming more serious.  Are we in a repeat of the dichotomy once summarized "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times"?

Like this opening to the famous tale about the French Revolution with its anarchist extremes and brutal bloodletting, the world is reaching a crisis, and the world's people are confused and angry.  The dichotomies identified in that opening paragraph are being repeated today, "... it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity.[.]"  The rich are adamant that the world is perfect as it is.  The poor are adamant that the world must be torn apart.  Neither is right.  Neither is wrong.

It is happening globally.

China has created a self inflicted demographic and cultural crisis with its "one child policy."  It faces a growing chasm between the excessive number of male children in the nation and the limited number of women those males can marry.  War has long been the final solution for nations facing such cultural pressure.  Which is why China is making noises about invading Vietnam and Taiwan.  War by China is coming.  Yet experts on China remain oblivious.  Amazingly, our mainstream media ignore the signs as if such a war will not affect America.

Huge wage pressure has nearly eradicated China's cost of labor advantage of 20 years ago.  The currency manipulation which cleverly hid the eradication is about to collapse.  At the same time, Greece considers unilaterally wiping out debt, something unheard of since the end of World War II.  China faces the reality that their huge surpluses in owning debt around the world could become a massive problem if write-downs become epidemic.  They would really like to reduce exposure to American debt, yet where else can they safely go?  How does China grow its economy at the rate needed to keep its population happy while facing cultural and economic catastrophe?  Are the Chinese prepared to face serious blowback from the United States, China's number-one trading partner?  It happened before and would likely happen again.  China's heretofore strengths are rapidly becoming its weaknesses.  It may thus perceive only one rational choice.  War!

At the same time, Americans are slowly waking up to the open warfare from La Raza extremists who are intent on tearing America apart.  They are invading us in numbers they hope will force a vote for secession by many Western states.  "It can't happen here" is starting to become an obvious farce as the reality sinks in.  Yes, "it can happen here."  It is happening.  Others in South America are recognizing our weakness.  Argentina is saber-rattling -- threatening to invade the Falklands over a two-hundred-year old wound to its national pride.  America would not be immune to the consequences of such action, regardless of whether it were Britain or Argentina that prevailed.  Instability in the Americas is surging as Cuba and Venezuela work to undermine their age-old enemy, the U.S.

The massive growth of Islamic extremists around the world is being fueled by a deluded foreign policy initiative from the Obama administration.  Muslims are reacting aggressively, seizing control of every major nation in the pan-Arabian region: Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Syria, Turkey.  Nation by nation, we are facing an increasingly hostile Islamist world.  Sharia law is being pressed everywhere, even in America.  It will rapidly get worse.  Israel is about to become a victim of the first nuclear world war.  It will not be the last.  America may soon be a target as well.

Simultaneously, the global socialist movement is organizing "Occupy Wall Street" actions to destabilize America's financial system.  The failure of most Americans to accept the visceral hatred by certain elements in the world against any semblance of free enterprise still shocks me.  The socialists have openly planned to destroy free enterprise, what they call capitalism, for over a hundred years.  Yet most Americans are still oblivious.  These enemies may be aligned with foreign movements, but they are internal enemies, and they currently control our government.  The Obama regime is a part of the global socialist movement.

With all these crises around the globe and here at home, the campaign for the Republican primary is superficial and irrational.  What political party of sanity can leap from Donald Trump to Mitt Romney to Michele Bachmann to Rick Perry to Herman Cain to whoever is the next hero of the moment and pretend that it is going to unite to win an election?  Each candidate in turn has temporarily led by large margins.  Huge numbers of the Republican base still support Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich, two narcissists who have long since proved that their shortcomings are incompatible with governing our nation.  Clarity remains elusive, while rage continues to grow.

At the same time Republicans are wasting their energy on smears of each other, Obama continues to accumulate a huge war chest that he will use in a "battle to the death" general election campaign that will be the dirtiest in history.

As in the age of the French Revolution, "it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness[.]"  History appears to be repeating itself.  The only question that remains is which idea will prevail.  The French chose "foolishness" and chopped off each other's heads.  Will we choose wisdom?

Our world is coming apart.  The reactions to this are daily becoming more ridiculous.  The reactions to this are daily becoming more serious.  Are we in a repeat of the dichotomy once summarized "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times"?

Like this opening to the famous tale about the French Revolution with its anarchist extremes and brutal bloodletting, the world is reaching a crisis, and the world's people are confused and angry.  The dichotomies identified in that opening paragraph are being repeated today, "... it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity.[.]"  The rich are adamant that the world is perfect as it is.  The poor are adamant that the world must be torn apart.  Neither is right.  Neither is wrong.

It is happening globally.

China has created a self inflicted demographic and cultural crisis with its "one child policy."  It faces a growing chasm between the excessive number of male children in the nation and the limited number of women those males can marry.  War has long been the final solution for nations facing such cultural pressure.  Which is why China is making noises about invading Vietnam and Taiwan.  War by China is coming.  Yet experts on China remain oblivious.  Amazingly, our mainstream media ignore the signs as if such a war will not affect America.

Huge wage pressure has nearly eradicated China's cost of labor advantage of 20 years ago.  The currency manipulation which cleverly hid the eradication is about to collapse.  At the same time, Greece considers unilaterally wiping out debt, something unheard of since the end of World War II.  China faces the reality that their huge surpluses in owning debt around the world could become a massive problem if write-downs become epidemic.  They would really like to reduce exposure to American debt, yet where else can they safely go?  How does China grow its economy at the rate needed to keep its population happy while facing cultural and economic catastrophe?  Are the Chinese prepared to face serious blowback from the United States, China's number-one trading partner?  It happened before and would likely happen again.  China's heretofore strengths are rapidly becoming its weaknesses.  It may thus perceive only one rational choice.  War!

At the same time, Americans are slowly waking up to the open warfare from La Raza extremists who are intent on tearing America apart.  They are invading us in numbers they hope will force a vote for secession by many Western states.  "It can't happen here" is starting to become an obvious farce as the reality sinks in.  Yes, "it can happen here."  It is happening.  Others in South America are recognizing our weakness.  Argentina is saber-rattling -- threatening to invade the Falklands over a two-hundred-year old wound to its national pride.  America would not be immune to the consequences of such action, regardless of whether it were Britain or Argentina that prevailed.  Instability in the Americas is surging as Cuba and Venezuela work to undermine their age-old enemy, the U.S.

The massive growth of Islamic extremists around the world is being fueled by a deluded foreign policy initiative from the Obama administration.  Muslims are reacting aggressively, seizing control of every major nation in the pan-Arabian region: Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Syria, Turkey.  Nation by nation, we are facing an increasingly hostile Islamist world.  Sharia law is being pressed everywhere, even in America.  It will rapidly get worse.  Israel is about to become a victim of the first nuclear world war.  It will not be the last.  America may soon be a target as well.

Simultaneously, the global socialist movement is organizing "Occupy Wall Street" actions to destabilize America's financial system.  The failure of most Americans to accept the visceral hatred by certain elements in the world against any semblance of free enterprise still shocks me.  The socialists have openly planned to destroy free enterprise, what they call capitalism, for over a hundred years.  Yet most Americans are still oblivious.  These enemies may be aligned with foreign movements, but they are internal enemies, and they currently control our government.  The Obama regime is a part of the global socialist movement.

With all these crises around the globe and here at home, the campaign for the Republican primary is superficial and irrational.  What political party of sanity can leap from Donald Trump to Mitt Romney to Michele Bachmann to Rick Perry to Herman Cain to whoever is the next hero of the moment and pretend that it is going to unite to win an election?  Each candidate in turn has temporarily led by large margins.  Huge numbers of the Republican base still support Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich, two narcissists who have long since proved that their shortcomings are incompatible with governing our nation.  Clarity remains elusive, while rage continues to grow.

At the same time Republicans are wasting their energy on smears of each other, Obama continues to accumulate a huge war chest that he will use in a "battle to the death" general election campaign that will be the dirtiest in history.

As in the age of the French Revolution, "it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness[.]"  History appears to be repeating itself.  The only question that remains is which idea will prevail.  The French chose "foolishness" and chopped off each other's heads.  Will we choose wisdom?

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