Shatter the Illusions- Patriots Must Reject the Two-Party System

Shatter the Illusions-

Patriots Must Reject the Two-Party System

By: Peter Chamberlin

The illusion is a shield, a curtain to hide the preparations being made off-stage from the spectators, to seal the fate of mankind. The stage hands know that one day the curtain will be lifted on their epic tragedy, revealing all that is now hidden. Our task is to expose the men behind the curtain before they can stage their final act.

It is time for Americans to grow-up and learn to think for themselves. All our lives we have had it so easy, with the ever-growing “nanny state” keeping us safe from the big bad world, making our decisions for us. This is the year of change. Nothing will ever be the same after this next election.

This is not saying that either of these two candidates will make a difference on anything important, it is simply a hard fact that “the powers that be” have decided that November 4, 2008 is to be a pivotal day in human history. After that day, the tyrants’ hands will be loosed from all restraining considerations, no political force will be able to deter the internationalists’ conspiracy from completing the global empire. The American people must be made to face this fact now, before the day of reckoning arrives.

With the passing of that fateful day, the “dogs of war” will truly be unleashed upon the innocent unprepared world. After the great game is decided, about whether our Nation shall be dominated by Republicans or “Republicans-lite” the real “shock and awe” will get underway. The outcome of this election will not change one thing, for Obama, like Clinton before him, is just another Republican “wannabe.” (Ask yourself: If Bush Sr. would have bombed more people than did Clinton, had he been elected?) Whoever wins in November, we will experience the national pain of a renewed draft, to feed our new war with another of Israel’s mortal enemies (probably all of Israel’s enemies at once).

Both candidates have more or less pledged to continue the failed military policies of Bush and Cheney and pretend that they are not lost causes. Neither of them will shut-down these old wars or the new military aggressions that the “nut jobs” plan to launch before inauguration day. Surely we will be at war with Iran by then, since both candidates and their vices have sworn allegiance at the feet of Israel. The Israel/Neocon alliance surely maintains control, as they openly push us towards nuclear war against Iran.

We are absolutely in a war escalation scenario with Pakistan right now, after Bush’s recent declaration of Pakistan as a third war theater (just like Iran and Afghanistan). One thing is for certain, the Pakistani Army has decided it is no longer Bush’s “bitch,” as evidenced by today’s four-hour firefight with American ground troops and the repelling of two US helicopter gun ships earlier in the day. Other news reports, that Pakistan’s Tehrik Taliban Pakistan (TTP) are CIA tools, and that these American allies are the target of Pakistan’s ongoing military campaign, tell us that America has a rather large fight on its hands if it escalates the war there. Both of America’s presidential candidates have pledged to export the Afghan war into Pakistan.

Neither party could survive without generating mountains of false hope. The voting minority has bought-in to the great false hopes championed by both political parties, an improved economy and an end to the war of terrorism, The candidates both promise to do the impossible, to repair the crumbling capitalist system and to “win” the war by escalating the force to irresistible levels, just like Nixon did in Cambodia. The greed of capitalism is consuming the system itself, and exponentially compounding human misery. The nature of the weapons in our arsenal and the level of force required to kill all those who resist our aggression guarantees that the war will not be “won” by any military means. The false hope that America’s tiny military force can conquer the entire world without destroying it, when it could not conquer either Iraq or Afghanistan, is only believable to the smallest of minds.

The “hope” offered by corporate-sponsored political parties is an illusion created within the people’s minds that somehow the same multinational corporations who have been busily raping this country of its vital industrial and economic resources for decades would, for some inexplicable reason, field candidates who are hostile to their degenerative corporate agenda.

The creation of a promissory illusion is the basis for all the brainwashing techniques employed in creating a scientific dictatorship in this country and over the entire planet. Once we believe the false promise, we set ourselves up to accept all the ensuing lies that support it. Getting people to believe in the lies that you offer them is the key to controlling them. If you can persuade them to go along with you, because you can allegedly see things that they cannot, like a better tomorrow than today, then they will docilely support the obvious evil that you do to bring them that better tomorrow.

The electoral farce is the epitome of this illusion-creating process. The psychologists and political scientists play on loyalties and human trust in their creation of political candidates who will fill party loyalists with false hope. The roots of the two-party system run through generations of families, workplaces and affiliations, binding unsuspecting sheeple with imaginary bonds of loyalty to lying politicians. Candidates with identical goals are portrayed as opposites, in order to catch naive unsuspecting souls from both sides of the fence in the same net. The illusion that either candidate will honestly represent the people, or work to save America or the world from the predatory forces that corrupt and bind us all, is a dangerous psychological poison that blinds the people to the truth, the only basis of real hope.

The sheeple embrace the illusion on a daily basis, making it effective auto-suggestion as they reinforce it repetitively within their own minds, like some hypnotic mantra. They eagerly embrace the corporate media messages, in hopes of someday pleasing their elitist masters enough to gain a seat at their right hand, earning a place alongside the corporate criminals who are gang-raping this planet. All believers in the constructed corporate fantasy world want, more than anything, to become part of that imaginary world.

There is no place for true morality in this illusory world, only a bastardized form of limited morality, that is designed to appease the miniscule aroused consciences of those who suffer twinges of their own humanity as they strangle the human race. The false hope that the massive catastrophic use of military force will tame this enraged planet is rationalized as a pseudo-morality, behind which the soldiers of the apocalypse can hide themselves from the enraged face of God. The illusion that mankind is like some great beast that can be tamed or “domesticated” by the judicious application of both punishment and rewards, thereby changing human nature itself, is the violent false hope that fuels the delusional dream-state.

One massive military setback or a series of smaller military setbacks will shatter this immoral worship of America’s awesome military machine and cause the disillusioned sheeple to awaken and to shake-off the binding illusion. It is our task to hasten that day of awakening by attacking the illusion, exposing the false hope, making room in their little cloistered minds so that the flooding light of true hope can shine through.

If we cannot reach the dreamers who live in the fantasy world constructed by the scientific dictatorship to comfort the disillusioned with delusional fantasies and escapism, then our only option is to shatter the world of fantasy. They hide the truth from the people. The cold truth that presently there is no hope is masked by false hope, offering more of the same disguised as something new.

“We are the change that we have been waiting for.” The way to bring this corrupt dictatorship down is simply by holding-up a mirror before them.

“I shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie.”

peter.chamberlin@yahoo.com

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4 thoughts on “Shatter the Illusions- Patriots Must Reject the Two-Party System

  1. The time is right, the time is now. I’m in. First off, we need to not quibble amongst ourselves. Left, right, middle, and those concerned but unwilling to make the first move. We need media space. Like say, Antiwar.com. Anyone know how to impress Justin Raimondo? We need Ron Paul. The man is a mountain and therefore, would make an excellent spokesman. We need Jesse the V. We need Chris Hedges and Scott Ritter. Juan Cole would fit in as would Keith Olbermann. However and I can admit that it’s a wish list for patriots. Then the truly ugly mountain gorilla in the room would be…ready? MONEY! That’s the icky sticky part. I’ve not any. None on my foreseeable horizon. We need plans of action. Maybe like parking cars on all six lanes of an interstate. If only for ten minutes or so. Radical and really annoying. Just a thought mind you.
    respectfully,
    skulz fontaine
    Gaza Strip, Utah/Nevada

  2. i agree with skulz and in fact the ron paul revolution is already doing what pete chamberlin is suggesting at the end of his article . there were 14,000 people at the liberty rally in minnisota and it was shown on cnn and cspan . i was at the rallies for the debates in all the florida cities and the ron paul people outnumbered all the other peoples supporters by a wide margin sometimes more paul people than all the others combined like in boca raton it is a vocal and dedicated group and if all of the dissatisfied people joined in it would have even more impact. his message is the easiest for all to accept because it’s basically freedom and liberty is there anyone that dosn’t want that .

    copperhead13
    east tennessee

  3. sorry i forgot to add that ron paul brought all the third party candidates together at a press club meeting and called for all dissatisfied voters to vote for any of them they supported, from constitution party to ralph nader ultra right or liberal his unselfish endorsement of any of these other then a demopublican shows his sincerity no matter what your stand please help to break the grip of the world imperialists don’t waste your, vote make it count by voting for anyone other than a democrat or a republican.

    copperhead13

  4. Read your article entitled “shatter the illusions”

    you ended the article with the following quote,

    I was interested in where the quote came from.

    “I shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie.”

    Kind regards,

    jps

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