Sunday, April 2, 2017

Thanks for Nothing, John McCain



"I am more worried about this country than I've been in my entire lifetime," [John McCain] said.  "We are seeing strains on the world order."

What does McCain mean by “this country”?  Does he mean the people, customs and culture, or does he mean the government – the elite and their puppets in Washington?  Is McCain speaking of “this country” or “the world order”?  Does he see any difference between these two?

To McCain, country = US government; country = world order; therefore: US government = world order.  This is why he is worried.  This relationship is coming apart.  And I, for one, am happy for this.

McCain is worried that the US isn’t bombing enough places; McCain is worried that the US isn’t spending enough; McCain is worried that the US isn’t removing enough heads-of-state; McCain is worried that every nation on earth is not bowing to the will and whims of the masters in the imperial city; McCain is worried that there are not enough laws prohibiting non-violent or even moral behavior, and at the same time not enough laws requiring immoral behavior.

McCain is worried that the American people have finally awoken to the monstrosity that is Washington DC and the elites who control it.  Me?  I hope this is true.

Conclusion

McCain is worried that the country – as defined by its citizens, customs and culture – is being torn apart.  On this, I agree – I am also worried; this will not be an easy time.

Most of all, McCain is worried that he and people of his ilk might live long enough to be held to account for his leading role in this destruction. 

19 comments:


  1. "Often in Ashkenazi Hasidic lore, the golem would come to life and serve his creators by doing tasks assigned to him. The most well-known story of the golem is connected to Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel, the Maharal of Prague (1513-1609). It was said that he created a golem out of clay to protect the Jewish community from Blood Libel and to help out doing physical labor, since golems are very strong. Another version says it was close to Easter, in the spring of 1580 and a Jew-hating priest was trying to incite the Christians against the Jews. So the golem protected the community during the Easter season. Both versions recall the golem running amok and threatening innocent lives, so Rabbi Loew removed the Divine Name, rendering the golem lifeless."

    (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-golem)

    Only its creator can remove the Aleph.

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    1. Rencently, a rabbi was speaking to his flock and it was recorded and aired on you tube saying that the Jews are the masters, and they should sit, and let the goys do all the work.

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  2. "McCain is worried that the country – as defined by its citizens, customs and culture – is being torn apart."

    Disintegration of the Un-tied States of America is the best thing that could possibly happen for the sake of its people with diametrically polar-opposite philosophies as well as for all the people of the world. An emasculated military and so-called "intelligence community" might finally bring an end to our perpetual war for perpetual peace.

    Let the country split apart into much smaller independent political entities and let people vote with their feet.

    Yes, it might not be an easy time. But it will be a much better time than the hell-on-earth WW3 that McCain and his ilk seem determined to bring about.

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    1. You get no argument here; this is why McCain is worried.

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    2. As the USSR divided into smaller political entities with no blood shed, one can wonder if Gorbachev is more peace loving than Lincoln?

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    3. groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/conversations/messages/487

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  3. Another in a long list of Washington's un-indicted felons.
    That they'll never be charged with so much as a Class C misdemeanor is a ongoing testament to the absolute crookedness of USA Inc.
    The US of Everything Is Rigged, Illegal (or pending).

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    1. When did any of them commit anything as minor as a misdemeanor?

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  4. I had to register for the draft when I turned 18. My father had lost a brother in the Italian Army during the Siege of Stalingrad in 1944. I knew he thought war was a racket.

    Surely if rarely, though, a defensible call for a taking up defensive arms arises. So I asked my dad whether he thought I had any obligation to fight for my country.

    He fairly came unglued. "Your country?! What?! Are you crazy?! Where do you get these ideas? No! You have no country! You know where my country is?! Here! Between my legs! That's my country! That's all I live for! That's all I fight for! That's all I'll die for!"

    My own views on love of country are more in line with Bionic's. I still prefer my late father's anarcho-priapic vision to John McCain's Not So Benevolent Hegemony.

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    1. Speaking of war is a racket' can someone tell me why we had war on Qaddafi? Please don't tell me because he was a tyrant since he has been a tyrant for 40 years. The answer is he wanted to sell his oil and gas by his own Dinar, which is backed by gold. The money changers want wars to print more dollars, and charge interest on that ink and paper.

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    2. It was that and the money to be made after military materiel was replaced by the military-intelligence complex.

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  5. You have it: The US Government is not spending enough or the equivalent: the US Central Bank is not creating enough money.

    And why is this an issue: The USA is dragging the rest of the World into a big recession. And the way out for McCain and his buds is to double down on the things McCain likes: socialized/cartelized healthcare, bombings, spying, poverty, etc. The problem is that he and his buddies need a lot of suckers to buy the increasingly worthless bonds. But the big countries like India (Buys the European Junk), China (Not happy and buying less), Brazil (in recession), Mexico (behind a wall), Japan (Debt to GDP 200%), Canada (Not enough people), Australia and New Zealand (Not enough people), EU (Brexit) and Russia (under sanctions) so unlike 2006 to 2009 there isn't going to be a lot of US Government Bond buying outside of the USA.

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    1. Great observation, beside the dollar value is now 2 cents since 1913 when the Feds took over. How would anyone participate in such a huge down spiral unless he is compelled at gun point to obey.

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    2. Actually I am wrong, there will not be a lot of bond buying outside of USA-Japan and USA-EU exchanges of one bond for another. So the USA trades US Government Bonds for French Government Bonds and vice versa thus creating a "market" for worthless securities.

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    3. The US went into a recession, at the latest, in 2008. A depression is defined as two consecutive quarters of recession, so calling this a recession is like those who call the Atlantic Ocean "the pond", doing so.

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  6. McCain laid bare for everyone to see what the master plan of the Globalist agenda is. I wonder if he knew what he was doing when he uttered these remarks.

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    1. John McCain is a member of the Rockefeller/CFR, along with David Petraeus, Joe Lieberman and Lynn Forester de Rothschild. See member lists at cfr org.

      Petraeus, Lieberman and Rothschild are also trustees at the McCain Institute.

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  7. Watch this video about McCain.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRx7naNRs5w

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  8. I don't do youtube for the same reason I don't do Facebook. How many members of the CFR are known as Anonymous?

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