Jul 26

Day of Reckoning

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Pat Buchanan, Day of Reckoning, 26JUL2010 ?????

Buchanan, in his inimitable style, discusses the many things on his mind that he feels is wrong with America. His sweep of subjects is quite large, covering the destructive ideology of multiculturalism and racism, the loss of a public morality, our inability to develop a clear policy toward immigrants that supports American interests, the serious trade imbalance in the name of “free markets”, the loss of America’s industrial base, American imperialism throughout the world, with disastrous consequences on our friends and dose who are not our enemies, specific foreign policy blunders also being mentioned, from our recent treatment of Russia and Iran, all attesting to a direction that very well will lead to the downfall of the USA. This book is a valuable book for those who regard Ameica as home, and who choose not to expatriate. Highly recommended and an easy read.

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4 Responses to “Day of Reckoning”

  1. Gaylon says:

    For many years I’ve been a big fan of Pat Buchanan and thought he’d make a great President. Unfortunately, usually the candidates that make the most sense, fare the worst in the polls. I’ll make an effort to read this book even though it’s like preaching to the choir.

  2. Uncle Dennis says:

    “Our?” Who is “our”?

    “our inability to develop a clear policy”

    Have you been developing policies? I haven’t.

    “… with disastrous consequences on our friends and dose who are not our enemies”

    You have friends and enemies in the circles of the geopolitical power elite? I doubt it! I certainly do not.

    “… from our recent treatment of Russia and Iran”

    You have been dealing with Russia and Iran? Preposterous. No one I know has.

    In the propaganda war, one of the clever sleights of hand is for a propagandist of Group # 1 to induce a member of Group # 2 to support Group # 1 actions and goals by associating the Group # 2 member with Group # 1. For instance, consider two distinct groups:

    Group # 1: The power elite, mainly on the Eastern seaboard, in Washington and New York. These people own the mainstream media and start wars, which require immense sums of money. As investment bankers and “defense” industrialists, they are only too happy to profit at the expense of members of Group # 2.

    Group # 2: Ordinary Americans, or the American people – targets of abuse by members of Group # 1. Because Group # 1 is vastly outnumbered by the membership of Group # 2, it is necessary to delude Group # 2 members into thinking that their beliefs and goals are those of Group # 1. Through lifelong indoctrination from the information institutions of society (controlled by Group # 1), many of Group # 2 are fooled.

    One common way to fool Group # 2 members is to talk about Group # 1 policy or action and then identify this policy or action with “us” or “America,” where “we” are both groups. Many Americans start talking this way themselves, about what “we” are doing in other parts of the world, for instance, when in fact almost nobody of Group # 2 is doing anything of geopolitical significance anywhere in the world. “We” is simply Group # 1, talking inclusively to Group # 2, and hoping that enough of them fail to realize that they are being suckered into supporting their Enemies Within.

    Making necessary distinctions is the key to discernment, especially of propaganda. I do not identify myself as part of any group in support of the New World Order (Group # 1). Neither should you, unless you really want to support the next wave of Hegelian fascism.

    Know who your people are – those who share your worldview and way of life – and identify with them alone. For members of Group # 2, this excludes members of Group # 1; you are not a part of their circles, so don’t include yourself in their schemes or belief-system unless you are a world-class nihilist wannabe. When I say “we,” I mean my people, not Group # 1. America is a land of diversity. Know which group within it you belong to and maintain a conceptual distinction between your people and those groups with opposing worldviews and behaviors.

  3. Dennis;
    1. I see you now have a new e-mail address. http://www.alphacentauri.com doesn’t get you anywhere. Try using alphacentauri.ly .
    2. Like Foghorn Leghorn, “I say what I mean, and I mean what I say”. You can figure out what I mean by “our”. One doesn’t necessarily think along the categories that you have forced.

  4. Ubcle Dennis says:

    “One doesn’t necessarily think along the categories that you have forced.”

    Use of pronouns without antecedents is not something I have forced. It has to do with the ability to communicate what you really mean rather than abuse the language.

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