Frankenstein Culture became the Xanadu Society
When Mary Shelley penned her quid essential monster two hundred years ago, the
Villa Diodati on the shore of Lake Geneva was transformed from an idyllic estate into a shine of human hubris run amok. The
architect of weird science, Victor Frankenstein, sought to replace the creator and bring to life a wretch of demented design.
While the creature originates as a blank slate and learns from his fabricator, the internal conflict in both rests upon an
uneasy struggle dealing with the isolation of being part of a functioning social network.
If there was ever any doubt that Google is committed to the destruction of
freedom of speech, just examine their enthusiastic efforts to censor, track and restrict the Chinese use of the internet.
Ryan Gallagher reports in The Intercept on a project – code-named Dragonfly.
"Following a December 2017 meeting between Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai and
a top Chinese government official, according to internal Google documents and people familiar with the plans.
Teams of programmers and engineers at Google have created a
custom Android app, different versions of which have been named “Maotai” and “Longfei.” The app has
already been demonstrated to the Chinese government; the finalized version could be launched in the next six to nine months,
pending approval from Chinese officials."
Now that the most disastrous aspects of NAFTA have been removed from the new
U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement; traders, business managers and the public will get to see the true sentiments of the globalists,
who will feel the pain of losing their special commercial protections. Restricting genuine free trade has always been the
main objective of the corporatists and internationalists. The basic question: has President Trump bucked the financial monopolists
and transformed commerce with a dose of business reciprocity or is USMCA just a back door to establish a North American Union?
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.
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.
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.
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