Monday, September 21, 2009
Police State 3rd installment
Cull the herd. Why would anyone want to do that? Well, anyone wouldn't. However, when one considers that the U.S. government is collapsing under the weight of a whole range of fiscal obligations, and when one further considers that the planet's eco-system is straining under the weight of the presence of well over 6.5 billion human beings, one can imagine how, in the mind of some contingent of elite (and callous) planners, many problems would be addressed by the "removal" of a large segment of the the U.S. and/or planet's population.
I know, it smacks of Strangelovian nuttiness. Perhaps it is. However, consider that sometimes the most straightforward explanation to a series of hard to decipher events is often the best explanation. Or, put another way, and to quote Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
In the meantime, while one is considering whether the impossible has been eliminated, the United States' Military Industrial Complex continues to do it's shakedown thing in the form of a very high ranking U.S. Military Commander threatening failure in Afghanistan if more forces are not deployed. Since our mission there-what is it exactly besides lining the pockets of military related concerns?- seems as questionable (and attainable) as trying to find a grain of rice in a wheat silo, I suggest that instead of allowing ourselves to be extorted yet again, that we pack up our troubles in our old kit bag and leave, leave, leave.