"We have four boxes with which to defend our freedom: the soap box, the ballot box, the jury box and the cartridge box." - Congressman Larry McDonald M.D.
(1 April, 1935 - 1 Sept., 1983)


God Save The Republic

17 June 2010

History Lessens

History is like a crystal ball. It can show us where we have been, how we got here, and where we are going.

When I think back on it, I absolutely hated history classes. I had pretty much assumed the attitude that history, all those dry studies of a long ago past, couldn't possibly benefit me in my adulthood future. I suppose what I hated most was the tests based on putting together dates, names of people, names of places and the particular events that granted it all a place in history. I guess the fact that most of my teachers took little or no interest in making history, well... interesting, didn't help much to pique my interest in the subject.

Of course, years later, I began to see things a lot differently. That's primarily due to the fact that I was seeing things in my present that were mirrored by those old, dry events from long ago. I was beginning to see that the age old adage, "history repeats itself" is true. Certain types of events are like a sku tag on a new tire; it just keeps going around and around and...

As a perfect example of this, let's consider the history of Vietnam during the 1960's. At that time, Vietnam was two, separate, countries; the communist ruled North Vietnam and the democratic ruled South Vietnam. The North, not being satisfied with what they already had, decided they wanted to overthrow the government in the South and invite it's people to join the communist party. A slight problem ensued when the people from the South, having a real good idea regarding the quality of life under communist rule, declined the invite.

The North, now feeling a tad scarred by this rejection, decided to initiate plan "B"; the taking over of the South by force. This plan involved sending troops across the border and laying siege to acreage, villages and towns as they went. To be sure, there was resistance. But the North had the numbers and better equipment (provided by their communist pals in Soviet Russia) and squashed the resistance. These were the first to be eliminated.

To win the hearts and minds of their new subjects, the North systematically executed all local government officials. This included village elders in the rural tribal areas and town mayors and lower ranking bureaucrats in town and cities. The concept behind this action comes in two parts. First, the people are demoralized when they are forced to watch as their accepted leadership is deposed by an AK-47. Secondly, this opens the opportunity for the North to install their own person (read: puppets) into office. So then, the government was second to be eliminated.

To prevent the new subjects from seeking guidance through their religious conviction, the North ordered all religious leaders murdered, in public of course. The third group to go.

Next on the list to be penciled in for a visit by the angel of death were the educators. From village one room school teachers to university professors, they all had to go in order to prevent the people from being educated. Call it a method of dumbing down the people. Educators then are group four to take a bullet.

OK, how does all this killing benefit the North:
(1) It leaves them a lot less people to control initially.
(2) It eliminates all members of the community who are looked upon as leaders.
(3) It dumbs down the present, and all following generations, so they are forced to believe everything they are taught by their new masters.

After that, the North only needed to control the media, communications, food distribution and medical services to insure the masses would lock into a dependence upon the North.

As a "history repeating itself" type of event, one would only have to look back a few years in history to the early 1950's when communist North Korea attempted to take over democratic South Korea in the exact same manner. Murder off the leadership, dumb down the people and force those people into servitude. Fortunately for South Korea, the North was stopped in a stalemate that has remain through today. Vietnam, on the other hand, is now one country and under communist rule.

But the sku tag on the tire is coming around again... right here in the United States Of America. All you have to do is observe current events and process the information you collect in order to realize this to be true.

But first, a little more history: Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, the Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II, is reputed to have stated, "I would never invade the (main land) United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass." Yamamoto had lived in the U.S. while he attended the U.S. War College and Harvard University. Through this, as the story goes, he was aware of the fact that gun ownership in America was like a right of passage. After all, the right to keep and bear arms made private ownership legal. And a lot of Americans owned guns.

Due to that very fact, a direct attack to force America into communism would meet heavy resistance and result in a bloodbath. So the communists had devised and initiated plan "C" for the U.S. takeover. It equates to; if you can't beat them by armed force, infiltrate and conquer them through "passive force". I'll grant that plan "C" moves at a snail's pace but, it does move non the less.

Taking out the government: No shots needed when you advertise yourself as something your not and can win election into the government.

Eliminate religion: No shots needed when you can manipulate the law to help you remove all public reference to God. Or use ridicule to shame people into denouncing God and religion.

Dumbing down: Save those bullets and infiltrate the education system. Change books, change facts, change the way it's done and keep those young minds on the mentality level of a radish. And get them chanting praises to the puppet-in-chief.

Control the media: The lame stream media is already on-board with the agenda. One talking head even get's "a tingle up his leg" just thinking about the president.

Control communications: It's bad enough there has been talk of bringing back the "Fairness Doctrine" in a very patent attempt to scare less supportive media outlets to either fall in line or face hefty fines but, Congress wants to pass a bill that will give the ass-hat the power to cutoff the internet.

Control health care: I think I can rest my case.

It's here folks. Whether you want to believe it or not. All you have to do is remember your history lessens... it lessens the ignorance of where we've been, how we got here and, the bad stuff that is coming our way.



  1. Like you, I had almost no use for History in my high school days. Civics was another class I had no use for. I am probably later than many to realize we are headed for a dark and dangerous time and to start reading the history I was never taught. I've heard it said that history might not repeat, but every so often she'll whap you up side the head and say, "Hey! Ever seen anything like this before?!?"

    It's hard to say it, but the long march of the communists through our system has worked. They control the school system to dumb down the students, the news media to keep them uninformed or mad at the wrong group, and the media to kill off religion and morality. It's nothing less than the systematic destruction of our way of life.

    It's not completely over, but it might be soon. We can hope some of the evil party realize they are going to destroy the country, and join forces with the stupid party to keep the laws from passing. At least it could buy some time.

  2. I dont think we can believe either side the DEMOCREATONS or the Republicans or any government in between, here is why, They (government) are all out for themselves and the people that got them there or should i say bought them there.
    People (the rest of us) the only way this can change is if we stand together and make the changes ourselves. in my opinion

  3. FF,

    There are 300 million (plus) people in the U.S. right now. The issue is; how do you get even half that number to stand up, and stand together, to throw some "back to God" fear into all those Godless pukes in government.

    I wish I had the answer but, I suppose it will take a lot more than what is already happening, to get Americans that pissed. Provided, of course, Americans even have a line in the sand they are willing to fight for, if crossed.

    Remember the Red Cross safety suggestion to swimmers? "There's safety in numbers." I guess that applies to patriots too. One will usually sprout a set that clangs when they have a large force beside them.


  4. What you observe is known as "ideological subversion", the KGB apparently devoted 85% of it's resources into doing it.

    Great lecture by Suvorov, a soviet defector, on that subject:

    To quote some:

    "What it basically means is: to change the perception of reality of every American that despite of the abundance of information no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, their community, and their country."

    "The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years... actually, it's over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans"