The populace has been mislead for decades by the information that comes from the
establishment. Most people believe that foreign powers are the primary providers of disinformation. Few are willing to confront
the reality that the most destructive culprits are the international monopolists who dominate the global economy. These plutocrats
may be part of boards of public companies that are listed in the U.S. but their allegiance is with the globalist model of
transnational economic hegemony. This commercial pattern supersedes any nationalistic obligation to accept President Trump's
goal of making America great again.
Barack Hussein Obama has emerged from his crypt. One of the
time-honored practices when a President leaves office has been that they fade into the obscurity of retirement. As witnessed
with George W. Bush, the public has not been burdened with his political involvement or wisdom of his years as commander and
chief. The same cannot be said about Obama, the perpetual narcissist former head of state. This globalist CIA President caused
severe damage to the Republic that any rational citizen would readily admit. Yet, this failed X-President has never shed his
vision of grandeur. If anyone doubts about this assessment just reflect on his latest 64-minute speech. President Barack Obama Rips President Donald Trump: Full Speech 9/7/2018.
Utopia is not some mythical aspiration that a dreamer conjures up, but is a journey
based upon the intrinsic order and consistent with human nature. Reaching the Promised Land requires a fundamental acknowledgement
and respectful acceptance of inherent rights that must be universally applied. Self-defense is the manifestation of the sacred
character of life, all human life. Now consider just how vexing such a simple, yet profound principle, becomes distorted when
government officialdom attempts to define, restrict or ban the means for individual protection.
Once upon a time back in the last century a gaggle of pseudo intellectuals adopted
the precepts of "so called" enlightened progressivism. The reality of this broad doctrine from this version of a
social contract was a revolutionary conflict with the imperial order of the ruling dynasties. The cumulative abuses over the
centuries from empires and royalists has compiled volumes in history accounts. So when the natural motivation for liberation
took hold as economic expansion developed, it is understandable that the established order of the day combated the revolutionaries.
Providing an alternative to the blood line aristocracy was a most attractive objective for the future.
A conventional election cycle gets serious and begins when the Labor Day holiday
is over. Well, there is nothing normal in a country which is divided among establishment statists, global corporatists, extreme
anarchists, Marxists authoritarians vs. Trump 'Deplorables'. The prospects of the 2018 midterm U.S. Federal elections have
the entire political structure of the power elites in a panic. The President ran on a platform as a 'Disrupter' and he has
fulfilled the dismantling and substitution of many unaccountable Deep State operatives with honest public servants.
Brace yourself for much more than the silly season of campaigns. Get ready that the danger level of a monumental false flag
is upon us and that the country faces a shock heard round the world.
Differences between Karl Marx and
Marx and Fyodor Dostoevsky were contemporaries. However, their worldviews could not be more different. The infamous Marxist
phrase that expresses his sentiments on religion as The Opium of the People is at the heart of untold death and suffering.
Contrast with the perspective that runs throughout the writings of Fyodor Dostoevsky, and his assessment of basic human nature,
one sees the distinct difference and departure from Marxist theory.
BATR is a comprehensive view of the human condition.
Several sites comprise this anthology. The emphasis stresses an in-depth analysis of the realpolitik that influences
society and the individual. Ideology matters. In an age where the right and left distinctions are obsolete and misleading,
asking the crucial questions is essential.
Essays written under the nom de plume, SARTRE are presented on Utopia, Reign of Terror, Stuck on Stupid, Forbidden History, Totalitarian Collectivism, Radical Reactionary, Inherent
Autonomy, Global Gulag, View from the Mount, Strappado Wrack, Dueling Twins, Solitary Purdah, Merchantry, Corporatocracy and Negotium. Archives for each series are available from their respected sites.
Integrity, insight and intelligence are sorely lacking. BATR attempts
to fill a void that is often missing. Content is bold and provocative. Commentary is the essence of BATR. No subject is off
limits, no authority immune from criticism and no power above accountability.
BREAKING ALL THE RULES is genuine "paleo" conservative populism
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Syndicated Columnist, while
the few strive to be a Vindicated Publisher . . . "