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Libya, War, and the Individual World Order-- a call for Noncompliance

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Much of the American and European media has chosen to downplay the genocide of black Africans in Libya during the Western intelligence staged uprising there, focusing on it now only because Gaddafi is in hiding, because we're told that the TNC is in control of Libya, (though fighting continues),and because the African Union has refused to recognize the new puppet government as a result. The genocide taking place in Libya at the hands of the Western intelligence backed rebels is not a new revelation. Some newspapers mentioned it before the rebels claimed victory. The notion that the people our tax dollars are supporting are some kind of quaint, democracy loving group of freedom fighters is a myth perpetuated by a corporate media that has mostly proven itself to be nothing but a unified mouthpiece for the string-tugging authors of our government's continuing grab for global empire.

"Why Is Much of Africa Giving Libya's Rebels the Cold Shoulder?" whines TIME Magazine this week in an attempt to dilute any legitimate grievances that A.U. member nations have regarding the treatment of black immigrants in Libya, as well as the reality of a new civil war there, and the threat of future destabilization efforts in their own countries. The article, which subtly tries to reassure the people of the United States that their government did the right thing in their name by rambling about Gaddafi and pretending that he's any different than the dictators we support, does little but reaffirm the fact that the Western press is engaged in full information warfare against its own people, and the people of Africa. With President Obama unable to perform his appointed duties of convincing the American public that the war in Libya is legal (his argument easily debunked by the U.N.'s own charter) the pundits and newspaper hacks are forced to work extra hard to play upon the emotions of the public-- much like they did during the run up, execution, and immediate aftermath of the Iraq War-- by presenting the story as one of an evil dictator ousted by a good guy global police force instead of takeover of one mafia's territory by a larger mafia, using our money to fund their operations.

"I use emotion for the many and reserve reason for the few" -- Adolf Hitler

While the media has used the slur of racist to attack anyone who criticizes Obama's deplorable policies and thus marginalize his opposition, by supporting the Libyan rebels it has enabled mass murder in Africa and further tarnished the history of the United States with more atrocities against black people. Peer pressure will succeed in shutting Americans up on this subject (and other important subjects) only until Americans who see through the lies stop looking at the globalist cheerleading minority as their peers and recognize them for what they are-- a gaggle of opportunistic, sadistic and/or depressed criminals and criminal defenders, callously destroying lives like giggling children burning ants with magnifying glasses. The hateful slurs of politicians, Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC hosts, as well as newspaper editorial writers, are about as relevant in this decade of the 21st Century as the nasty screams of a schizophrenic bum angry over the fact that you didn't give him the five dollars he aggressively demanded from you as you walked past. Despite the artificial lines with which society's controllers attempt to divide us, those who "see" see only spirit-- a simple and clearly defined realm of right and wrong...common sense vs. obvious manipulation. The advent of new communication technologies along with the establishment's own megalomaniac overreach has spawned an inevitable resistance, uniting freedom-minded people not under the desired control of our self-appointed masters, but under the banner of morality, with a shared, self-preserving urge to protect the liberties of all men and women as the basis for something larger.

And what is that?

It is a big idea-- an Individual World Order, where the globalists fail in their attempt to create a world tyranny, liberty is preserved, and every man and woman is truly his or her own master.

We can achieve it, but what it requires first is a revolutionary change in public thinking, and open recognition that the people who claim to be our political and media leaders lead us only as occupiers, not as legitimate representatives of the people. Any claim to the contrary has been nullified by their open disregard for the rule of law in executing the war in Libya, (as well as previous lies and constitutional violations).

The true executive, legislative, and judicial leaders are the individuals who run matters of law and foreign relations through the filters of the Golden Rule and the U.S. Constitution before forcing their whims upon the rest of mankind. Under the protective cover of the Bill of Rights each person who reads these words is a president, a supreme military commander, and a central banker, not just in America but in every nation, because our rights are ours from birth, given to us by whatever force, be it nature or God, that creates us.

There is nothing liberating in creating chaos and destroying lives, such as what has been done most recently in Libya, and may well be done in other countries to follow. The hired muscle that rules Libya now is the same muscle that fought against our own soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. For no other reason than sheer greed supported by a philosophy of malice and depravity we are all being acclimated into accepting constant warfare and social upheaval, with the free people of the world shackled together, tiredly laying the bricks of the New World Order for pharaohs who watch us from a distance, fearing the day that their slaves realize the bricks they carry can also be used to break chains.

That day needs to come now.

This is not a call for violence, but rather a call for noncompliance, especially to those given pieces of the power being used to enslave us. Members of the military, law enforcement, weapons makers, media propagandists, and those holding political office (just to name a few)...this is the time to realize that the New World Order you're helping to build ultimately won't have a place for you or your children in it, and that the spiritual rewards of saving mankind will trump the fork-tongued praises of your worldly imprisoned superiors, many turning the gears of this destructive machine because they know not what they do, only that they're following orders.

Rebellion need not always come in the form of mutiny but in quiet resolve. A decision to not follow illegal orders, whether openly stated or secretly practiced, is more powerful than a bullet penetrating flesh. The evil ambitions of warlords don't deserve the 110 percent effort that they demand of their captive minions, but rather the bare minimum required to keep those trapped in the loosened chains of limited power below from being punished...and even less if true patriots can manage it. To call for sabotage would be illegal (I think), but to call for indulging one's laziness while under the cloak of doom and freeing one's spirit from the traps of money, prestige, and promised power in the pursuit of satisfying nobody but oneself (slowing down the war machine in the process) is simply a call for freedom in what we're told is a free country...

...a country of good people whose only responsibilities are to themselves and their families, and not to the empire that their car magnet flags, their music, their movies, and their video games are selling them.

Indeed, good peoples' needs are not served by invading countries or subverting them based on lies.

Good peoples' needs are not served by expertly making the tools that bring death to innocent human beings.

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Andrew Steele is the editor of America 20xy-- an independent news service that highlights articles from around the web focusing on international and economic policy, and human rights abuses. The mission statement for the page is a quote from Thomas (more...)
 

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