Monday, December 16, 2013

2013 a Year for Rejoicing: The Empire in Rapid Decline

 
2013 a Year for Rejoicing: The Empire in Rapid Decline
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Rejoice!  2013 has proven itself to be one of the best years for humanity and one of the worst for the Empire in the past many decades, perhaps generations.  Things thought impossible, or by themselves would have been the leading positive stories of the year were commonplace in 2013.  2013 will be seen by future historians of the Trans-Atlantic Oligarchy and it’s supporting structures, here referred to by the shorthand and historically accurate term of “Empire”, as a watershed year, in which the tide began to turn in substantive ways, out of the Empire’s control and into the hands of new emerging powers.
The collectively insane, functionally worthless, morally and ideologically illegitimate and bankrupt Trans-Atlantic elites and their Empire—which was on a trajectory putting the world at acute risk of collapse into a New Dark Age has been blunted, deflected and positive developments are emerging.
Here in the USA, we’ve bought some time, but much of what comes next is up to the people who are able to understand and act upon these concepts.  The 2014-2015 political environment is shaping up to be a very definitive period for social and political upheaval and change.  If the correct medicine of program, leadership, organization and strategy is applied in this time-frame we may shake off the worst aspects of the Empire presently enslaving most of the world’s population.
Jan 21st:  Ruling Class Divisions Become Fault Lines: Obama Inaugurated

By the time the 2012 presidential election was underway it was evident that the prevailing ruling class opinion was in favor of Romney and for the ouster of Obama.  Romney was the Bilderberg choice and had more Wall Street money behind him, while Obama was considered a spent force by many.  Obama was the choice by most of these same factions in 2008 so he could absorb the animus and backlash against the 8 disastrous years of Bush while doing little or nothing of substance.  If one recalls the elections of 2000 and 2004 it was stark that the two party system was delivering virtual clones (specifically in 2004) for presidential candidates, where in the 2012 the choice was comparatively much more stark: a narcissistic, tired, disposable president Obama vs. an aggressive Wall Street plutocratic psychopathic sociopath who would be Bush II but much worse.