Some see, few know, many choose to wander aimlessly in a fog, devoid of sunlight. I seek the light of day and leave the others to their chosen realm of ignorance. They are the ones who have brought this great nation down. I write only for the benefit of those who possess the courage required to restore our birthright.
Monday, February 3, 2014
THOUGHTS ON THE SOROS AGENDA
Oh those readers; what would I do without them? For they push me beyond established limits and lead me to think; but then, is that not the very purpose of a philosopher's life?
Responding to the thoughts of one of those dear reader's comments to an article in a series of essays that I have been working on, now leads me to leave that series, momentarily, and embark on a quest for answers, for she has touched upon the very foundations, the weaknesses, of human nature. I have no choice but to go there with her.
In a recent essay, In A World Gone Mad Part Eight-Soros and Puppets Inc., I wrote of the motives, tactics, and purpose of George Soros, convinced that his ultimate goal is the destruction of the human race and the world as we know it. Most simply do not wish to even consider the possibility that I may be correct in my beliefs and turn away. Others who have traveled with me, reading my thoughts through recent years as I sought to understand the machinations of George Soros, are not nearly so hesitant to consider my views.
Causality is the relation between an event(the cause) and a second event(the effect). The study of causality gives one a limited ability to anticipate an outcome in advance. A very simple version of this cause and effect concept is one can depress the accelerator on his car and expect it to accelerate. Take that concept to its extreme: Depress that accelerator to the floor and hold it there. Rest assured that your car will accelerate wildly, and in all likelihood, meet with catastrophe. Cause and effect are inseparable. Causality is the study of this chain of events.
I look to today's occurrences and learn of the control exercised by George Soros on the various governments of the world, and cannot help but anticipate catastrophe. Cause and effect. Soros also understands causality and is applying its principles as he seeks to reshape the world in his own image.
He is an enigma and the effort to understand him has been the greatest undertaking of my life, for he does not fit in with the rest of humankind. Far worse than Hitler, or Napoleon, or Stalin, or Mao, this man's inner nature is so totally evil, and his every move is aimed at spreading that evil across the face of the earth, exterminating billions of human beings in the process.
My friend left the following noteworthy comment at the end of the above mentioned essay:
"I don't think that it is possible for many to understand the depth of evil you speak of. I've had people say to me, "Well, I don't think it will ever get that bad," and they go into their reasons why, which range from belief that God would never allow such tribulation, or they will say that they believe the root of mankind is inherently good and that ultimately good will win.
That would be nice wouldn't it? This though, only tells me that most of us are naive and haven't the foggiest idea of what true evil is."
And she adds...
"Trouble is, most of us don't look ... we don't want to see anything that's not palatable. Question: How do we get people to look/see when they don't want too? Answer: We don't."
My friend has just taken a giant leap; the same one that I took when I stopped trying to wake people up and began concentrating on those who think that they are awake.
Thoreau, in his over simplified view of the human condition, stated that men go through this world living lives of quiet desperation. He should have added the fact that this desperation was born of a self inflicted ignorance, and an unwillingness to accept the truth around them.
I am an idealist by choice, and a realist by necessity. Sadly those two concepts are often at odds with each other.
Of all of the movies that I have ever viewed, I do have one favorite scene, for none could better portray that idealist/realist dichotomy. It is from the musical Man of La Mancha, and at one point a hardened skeptic challenges the idealistic views of Miguel de Cervantes and compares idealists to madmen. This is a link to that scene, and these are the words of the character:
"Life as it is! I've lived for over forty years and I have seen...life as it is. Pain...Misery...Cruelty beyond belief. I've heard all of the voices of God's noblest creatures...Moans from bundles of filth in the streets. I've been a soldier and a slave. I have seen my comrades fall in battle or die more slowly under the lash in Africa. I have held them at the last moments. These were men who saw life as it is...but they died despairing. No glory...No brave last words...Only their eyes, filled with confusion...questioning "Why?"...I do not think they were asking why they were dying, but why they had ever lived...When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Perhaps to be too practical is madness, to surrender dreams, this may be madness. To seek treasure where there is only trash; too much sanity may be madness, but maddest of all to see life as it is and not as it should be."
That, perhaps, is the best summation possible for how I view most of my fellow Americans. They see not life as it is, for they turn from the truth in abject horror, preferring ignorance and self delusion, always hoping that divine intervention will clean up the mess that we have created here on Earth.
Nor will they see life as it should be, for to do that one must be willing to dream, and from that dream comes the courage to strive for life as it should be; to be willing to fight, and if need be, die, to bring that dream into reality. As the song says; "To be willing to march into hell for a heavenly cause." So few will venture to take even that first step. Far far better to show their bravery by going on the internet and posting "Wake Up!", then taking a nap in the recliner.
Mankind, or at least the bulk of mankind, hovers in this nether world between those two concepts of life as it is and life as it should be, unwilling to face one, and too fearful to pursue the other. And this lack of conviction creates the situation upon which Soros thrives.
Conviction...The great dividing line between leaders and followers. Conviction, while not always good, is what determines the destiny of mankind. Ronald Reagan had conviction, Winston Churchill and Adolph Hitler did, and George Soros most assuredly does. He is a man who should be feared by all, for he is a leader of leaders, and none would follow were they to understand where he is leading them.
I hope that you read or reread the essay mentioned above and the comments that followed it for after reading Janette's thoughts and posting my answer, I could not sleep. One phrase of Soros' kept running through my mind, and that was his stated desire to be the conscience of the world.
As a rule, my readers are far better informed than most and I have no doubt that all are familiar with Soros' thoughts of being god-like, a somewhat odd thought for an atheist, but understandable when you grasp his aspirations. But that term 'conscience of the world' has troubled me all day and led to further thoughts on Soros' mental makeup.
Ever hear of the term 'moral imperative'? Wikipedia has the following: "A moral imperative is a principle originating inside a person's mind that compels that person to act." and adds "Later thinkers took the imperative to originate in conscience, as the divine voice speaking through the human spirit."
We all have a conscience and are influenced by it to one degree or the other. George Soros, I believe, is the one exception to that rule. Having no conscience, he decided to become conscience itself, personifying the mystic judge of what is right, and what is wrong. Totally devoid of any human empathy, he stands aloof from the human race, sitting in judgement, and regarding us to be a curse upon this planet.
It must be horrible being George Soros, a man who looks into a mirror and despises the fact that he is a Jew, for his greatest hatred of all is of his own people. Such self loathing is all consuming and must find an outlet. Thus he blames the entire world for what he feels is an undeserved fate.
Being the diabolical genius that he is he has grown wealthy; wealthy to the point that he can influence all of mankind, allowing him the luxury of regarding himself the conscience of the world. He, in his god-like reverie, has judged the world and found it to be unfit. A guilty conscience has driven many a man to suicide. Being the conscience of the world George Soros has determined that the world should follow the dictates of its conscience, and it is toward global suicide that he directs the human race.
Leaders and followers...And when the leader is driven by an obsessive hatred of both himself and his followers, there can be no good outcome.
Again quoting Janette's thoughts: "This though, only tells me that most of us are naive and haven't the foggiest idea of what true evil is." Until enough people can grasp the concept of true evil, identify it for what it is, and point it out to others, we have no hope of defeating George Soros, and escaping the future he has planned for all humanity. He has told us that the happiest time of his life was serving the Nazi death machine. Now in his final years he again seeks such happiness, and plans to walk upon the ashes of those brought down by he ... the conscience of the world.
In A World Gone Mad Part Eight-Soros and Puppets Inc.