Again we are seeing the push toward globalism with a bent toward one-world government. Apparently some see a universal society as not only appealing, but a possible dream that can be achieved. I would be more prone to say nightmare under the rule of humans. Utopia might be nice to imagine, but the perfect world in all likelihood is not achievable as long as people are in charge.
|Picture of John Lennon's Strawberry Fields Forever Memorial from July 14, 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
To me there seems to be a nefarious plot to take down America as one nation under one God and merge our people into a one people of all peoples on the planet Earth. According to the propaganda that is seeping its way into the world mindset, nationalism is bad and globalism is the way of the future. I'm sure the latter is the case, but I'd prefer not to see globalism in my lifetime or even the lifetimes of my grandchildren.
Certain la-la heads want to bring to life some version of John Lennon's "Imagine" where there is a world with no borders, no countries, no government, and no religion too. Sounds nice if you don't think it through which is exactly how some in the ruling class would like for us to approach this brave new world. Dull our brains with television and all other forms of entertainment. Oppress us into a state of well-fed laid-back bliss where anything that is the least bit disconcerting to our brains must be glossed over. We must be protected from the truth at any cost and think only happy safe thoughts.
If we become dependent on the governing system and that system is providing for all of our needs then why should we complain? Citizens of the World may be in danger of becoming much like the Eloi, the homogeneous race of passive characters ruled over by the cruel Morlocks in H.G. Wells' The Time Machine.
The naysayers who deny that what I'm saying is really happening need to take a long thoughtful look at what's going on in the United States and all of the world. Some will consider my admonitions as being paranoid and reeking of nonsensical conspiracy theories. So be it. Don't think too much if you are afraid of hurting your head.
From my point of view we are being ruled by political professionals. Show me someplace in the world where this isn't happening. Maybe there are still a few good politicians, but I'm afraid they are outnumbered. Sadly, in the democracies at least, we the voters are partly responsible for what is happening.
I see where this is going. Do you?
Those who believe in Biblical prophecy might come up with an end of days scenario that rings familiar with the world today, while others will say that this is how things have always been. On the other hand the world has never seen a United States of America. Pardon me if I sound a bit boastful. Lately I've been fearing that we as a nation might be taken down another notch. There is still an election ahead that could make all the difference. Will American voters be smart enough to make the right choice?
Are you offended by overt shows of nationalistic pride by Americans--or any other nationalities for that matter? Do you admire the United States of America despite its many flaws? What nation from any time in history do you think was the best?
On Friday October 28th I'll have a Flashback post related to my current presidential election series. Then on Tuesday November 1st I'll have a Battle of the Bands post that might be a predictor of the election the following week. And even if that Battle doesn't predict anything, I hope you'll find it fun and interesting.