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The Enemy of my Enemy is my Friend

 

We now see the power of a People United and willing to act with force from the ease and simplicity it took to storm and occupy the U.S Capitol Building.

 

Although I personally dont agree with the riot in the Capitol, I do understand why they where driven to such means of force and expression following the election and the way the media portray each political side.

 

The Republican supporters must be living in a terrible world, although a bubble of Trump, Antifa, Paedophile rings, ensueing Communism and Election fraud it is no wonder why including the months of protests and occasional riots by Democratic groups, they had such a reaction to Congress's certification of Joe Biden.

 

It just goes to show what can happen when people have finally had enough, when everyone has no other options left but to take to the streets and head straight for the halls of power with the single minded aim of taking by force.

 

The scariest thing for the Establishment is this unity of people, those who organise and rile up the people are targeted. The firestarters and the leaders are their prime enemies. Given that we the people outnumber the opressors 10,000 to 1, should they ever push to far too quickly or fail to suppress an uprising then the game will be over.

 

There is a tipping point, a point past where there is no stopping its growth. A point where so many people are rioting and grouping that it becomes like a black hole pulling in more and more people, spreading and growing all under single aim. The complete destruction of all those with Power, Authority and Wealth.

 

We've seen an increasing amount of protests the past few years and an increase in intensity and even a militant style as with the BLM protest.

 

As they destroy every leader who brings the message of peace and unity, who unites man and shows them their powers when united, it only makes sense that eventually we wont require such a leader to unite us and steady our hearts for battle, at some point leaders will be formed in spirit, as God lead his people in times past, so will we be lead by spirit united in our opression, united through our fear and anger, driven by a single empathy for everyone suffering, suffering exactly the same.

 

 

'The Enemy of my Enemy is my Friend, therefore as I look around I see I have only friends. Now that we have so many friends, when compared we now have so few enemies'.

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We certainly got the numbers.

The common people, when they get together in great numbers can cause a bit of damage for a few days. After that they get tired and go home.

These common people are what you call a rabble....a disorganized rabble.

Whats worse is they have no weapons, or even a leader.

They absolutely no match when you have a well armed, well trained millitary.

When, in all history has a rabble taken down the govt and its armed forces?

Yeah, apart from the french that one time 300 years ago.

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This type of unrest I think is a familiar symptom of collapse of Empire. It's not just a rabble here but deep division. The Roman Empire was finally sacked by plundering barbarian invaders because it was so divided internally.
In the case of the USA it's a shame to see how it's declined over the last few decades. More recently I noticed a loss in freedom of speech and expression. I used to be on an American forum and left in disgust due to the the way monitors removed posts they disagreed with. And here, I don't refer to anything controversial - just having a different opinion. I mean, take Facebook removing anti vaxer posts. Disgusting don't you think? As if such people don't have a right to disagree. What's so wrong with voicing disagreement and being listened to? Sometimes I think one main cause of the downfall of the West is there was a shift to choke off education and idealise labour as the only value. In the 1960s America had a terrific education system and investment in science. Maybe because they realised the USSR was leaving them behind in technology. After the Cold War also the USA lost control of foreign policy and tried to create a unilateral world order. I think they lost the moral high-ground. Of course, there has been social unrest before such as race riots in the 1960s and Vietnam. Just that now, on two occasions it became deeply political.

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What if the capital riot was a false flag event, staged in order to stifle any last minute discussion and thought about questioning the validity of Biden's victory as well as to get rid of Trump?  There is much evidence that strongly suggests this is exactly what happened, and now the swamp rats are screaming for immediate removal of Trump from office.

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I have no doubts Antifa types where there. Shit stirrers, pouring fuel on the flames of every unrest in the hopes of sparking anarchy and division.

 

Ordo ab chao, (order out of chaos) is an old motto. They basically prop up and fuel all unrest and fly a two faced flag on the winds of feudalism. They play both sides against each other and support their destruction.

 

The CIA do the same to overthrow governments. They arm the rebels and fund the army then when the war inevitably escalates they pull the rug out from under one side and co-opt the winners with a puppet leader under Western Democratic rule.

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I think the riot was just what it appears to be - political unrest. The Russians are commenting upon the flaws in America's democracy and how stirring unrest in Ukraine has now come home to roost. Back in the USA itself. Russia and China also criticized the whole system of democracy in the US as outdated. Here, I differ somewhat. I suppose a two party democracy can work but you must ensyre education and prosperity in the population. In 1970s America black people had a certain sense of pride being African Americans. They had role models such as Muhammad Ali and many black athletes and celebrities. These days it seems equality has slipped away with a rise in gap between rich and poor. Lack of respect in politics too. Raegan and Gorbachev were at least polite and respectful or observed boundaries. Reform is needed and in Europe too. Opinion is starting to shift as it's made clear how democracy is slipping.

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57 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

The Russians are commenting upon the flaws in America's democracy

You and I have never seen Democracy - all we have seen is hypocrisy

Malcom X

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For all the isms, communism, capitalism, socialism, nationalism... If the hearts of the very people are corrupt then no matter the political and economic structure, selfishness and poverty, unrest and division will always occur.

 

I'm afraid as the Bible said that when God looked into the hearts of Man all he saw was greed and Evil and thus a great judgement fell upon them.

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Absolutely.

The wise men of ancient india been saying it for thousands of years already: if the king is bad, his ministers become bad. If the ministers are bad the whole country become bad.

 

People like to say that human beings in this modern world are spoiled evil selfish inconsiderate etc

Its not that humans are by nature that way. We are products of our conditioning/education/upbringing

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The Republicans and Christians made a deal with the Devil and although in reality Trump turned out much better that he could have, they did crown a mad king just because a black man was President.

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I take a very dim view of democracy in Russia but, to be fair, the country was in meltdown after the fall of the USSR. They lacked allies around their borders and support for democracy. Gorbachev had been democratizing Russia successfully but was sold out.
Few countries can claim to be anything like a democracy. People helped create the problem by lack of involvement and sitting back. That gave rise to career politicians and erosion of civil liberties.
I do know those scenes have shocked a lot of people. Bear in mind the US is a global military power and lost control for a certain time. Same thing happened to Gorbachev, even with tanks in the street. That loss was permanent. Social pressure now is like a corked bottle, all over the western world. And the media is gradually beginning to ask questions.

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The scenes remind me of the essence of The Incredible Hulk. Stan Lee once noted we all have a Hulk alter-ego where intellect and reason succumb to blind rage and regression to fight, or flight. Many of those shown appear to be frustrated people who plain lose control of all civilized constraint. 

Basic psychology affirms that we all react extremely when pushed into a corner. Either you run. Or your shirt splits, your pants rip and you become a raging hulk. 

 

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On 1/8/2021 at 7:21 AM, Seconal said:

We now see the power of a People United and willing to act with force from the ease and simplicity it took to storm and occupy the U.S Capitol Building.

 

That's the big problem. Humans are not united they are divided not just externally but internally. 

The human race, is a race of hypocrites a hybridization of two opposed races. The reptilian race and the light beings. 

The reptilian race that owns you know that. 

Only when you are reconciled are you 1.

Reconciled is being reborn. 

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I think the clashes in Barcelona and Madrid were the most dramatic. Major unrest. Parts of Europe could soon approach the level of unrest seen in The Baltics and in Moscow itself back in the early 1990s. That is, prior to the fall of the USSR and emergence of Yeltsin as a new populist leader. The American unrest should have come as a reality check to countries that assume the USA is immune and a predictable harbour to moor up to.
As I recall in Moscow there were tanks in the streets with Yeltsin leading the popular revolt. Same issue: remote and corrupt leaders who were swept aside by populist opposition.

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Since 2012 ish almost every summer there's been uprisings and unrest, Political powers being overthrown in the East and mass protests in the West.

 

But I can't shake off the feeling that these unrests where not only expected but being managed and fuelled. I can't shake the feeling of their being a hidden hand in all these emotion and passion fuelled uprisings and wonder where, blinded by our emotions, we are being led.

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3 hours ago, Seconal said:

Since 2012 ish almost every summer there's been uprisings and unrest, Political powers being overthrown in the East and mass protests in the West.

 

But I can't shake off the feeling that these unrests where not only expected but being managed and fuelled. I can't shake the feeling of their being a hidden hand in all these emotion and passion fuelled uprisings and wonder where, blinded by our emotions, we are being led.

I reckon you exactly right.  Way i see it 95%+ of human beings dont want trouble, they disinclined to fight esp. Battles/war.

Wars are started by polititians not by the people

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I think there's a risk of over-analysis. In Russia it's known how the USA stirred up colour revolutions, or at least tried to encourage dissent. However, I think the Washington uprest was an internal problem. They (America) have never played strategic poker as well as Putin. The idea they're now luring us into a brilliantly planned trap strikes me as a far cry from what's come before. That is, Russia now quite strong (hypersonic missiles) and China set to be the new global powerhouse. Crimea not controlled by Nato, for that matter. Also, Putin gaining in the Middle East. 

The truth is the West's in possibly terminal decline. Cause is down to failure to preserve democracy and industry and invest in home-grown technology. Corruption in politics and remoteness from the masses has led to a shift in the global order.

 

 

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Not wanting to stray off topic but these days I view America as a lousy model for democracy, in all areas. Repeatedly I've been censored on American academic forums. Not for rudeness or extremism but for simply not agreeing with the accepted trend of thought. On science. These academics argue with emotion and not intellect. They don't write clinically and logically but fire off emotonal value judgements. Simply, they refuse to engage. i

So, now Navalny and Merkel have noticed Twitter has banned Trump and are shocked. Welcome to the club. David Icke was banned from his Youtube channel for expressing a different opinion. Answer - they bury their head in the sand and remove our comments.

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