Servando Gonzalez — The End of The Bully Nation?….. “Actually, what children are doing in American schools is learning from their role models in fiction and real life, to survive in a country of bullies by becoming bullies themselves. No wonder football, which is basically a game of bullying, is America’s preferred sport that some fanatics see it as a form of religion”
May 27, 2014
[Servando Gonzales is the author of Psychological Warfare and the New World Order: The Secret War Against the American People and I Dare Call It treason: The Council on Foreign Relations and the Betrayal of the America.]
Just recently, the city of Carson, California, introduced an ordinance that would impose criminal penalties for anyone convicted of bullying school children and young adults. The ordinance would make it a misdemeanor to cause any Carson residents from kindergarten through age 25 to “feel terrorized, frightened, intimidated, threatened, harassed or molested” without necessarily requiring a threat of physical harm.
But I don’t understand this hypocritical campaign against bullying when most American role models, in fiction and real life, are nothing but bullies.
U.S. action movies, novels and video games, as well as their own government’s actions, at home and abroad, have conditioned Americans to believe that strong is better than weak, big is better than small, and violent force is better than peaceful dialogue. In synthesis: it is good to be a bully, and the biggest bully of all is the U.S. government itself.
Actually, what children are doing in American schools is learning from their role models in fiction and real life, to survive in a country of bullies by becoming bullies themselves. No wonder football, which is basically a game of bullying, is America’s preferred sport that some fanatics see it as a form of religion.
To most Americans, politics, particularly international politics, is nothing but a huge football game in which they must be the winner at all costs. Just recently, John Kerry, acting as U.S. Secretary of State on behalf of his CFR masters, told the Russians: “You lost the Cold War. Get over it!” Americans don’t like losers.
But war is not a game. Games have rules, and players have to abide by them. War has no rules. It is a zero-sum game in which the winner takes all. The problem, however, is that between nuclear powers war may mean that everyone loses.
During the Cold War days, a sign on the door of a conference room in the State Department read: “In a Nuclear Age, Nations Must Make War Like Porcupines Make Love—Carefully.” Apparently, however, both President Kennedy and Soviet premier Khrushchev independently arrived at a conclusion that went a step further than the sign’s advice: In a nuclear age, nuclear powers should not make war at all.
It seems that, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, somebody took down the sign, because the warmongers in both factions of the Repucratic Party are itching for a fight. It seems that is has not crossed their narrow minds that, more likely than not, a military confrontation with Russia will rapidly escalate into an all-out nuclear exchange. In this potential conflict, even the winner can become a loser.
Unfortunately, most Russian intercontinental nuclear missiles are targeted at American cities instead of Wall Street, the Pocantico Hills in upstate New York, 58 E 68th St. in Manhattan, or the Patagonia. These are some of the places where the true enemies of Russia and America have planned to hole up waiting for the Armageddon they are desperately trying to provoke to get rid of the rest of us, the “useless eaters” who are consuming the earth’s natural resources that, by their warped version of Natural Law, belong to them.
Just a few days ago, while listening to a “conservative” radio host, a brainwashed caller expressed his conviction that a Russian invasion of the Ukraine would pose a direct threat to the national security of the United States. Now, just a glance at a world map will convince anybody that the Ukraine is several thousand miles from America’s borders. So, it beats me how whatever happens in a distant country so far away from American shores would become a threat to the national security of the U.S.
Granted, a Russian attack on the Ukraine may be a threat to the interests of……………
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