Too much stress,
too little sleep,
Technology that changes to fast to keep up with?
may be suffering from Americanitis !
Your insane work ethic and
might be a form of mental illness called
our ideals in order to preserve security?
inspires fear and suppresses ideas like freedom and
individual rights. Overcoming the fear posed
by terrorist threats is a tremendous test of our courage. Will we confront
danger and adversity in order to preserve
ideals, or will our courage and commitment to individual rights wither at
the prospect of sacrifice? My response is simple. If we abandon
ideals in the face of adversity and aggression, then those ideals were
never really in our possession. I would rather die fighting than give up even
the smallest part of the ideal that
built America." - Captain Ian
"I fully admit that there is something desperate,
almost pitiable, about the desire to believe that America is still the
salt-of-the-earth land of the Joads and the plow
that broke the plains and of Gary Cooper and mom and apple pie and bedrock
values." - Joe Queenan
an American is defined as:a citizen of the US
a native or inhabitant of
A group of strange transhuman
mutants living on the North American continent ruled by a small group of
transnational elite who control the
population through deception using the MICE
I HEAR AMERICA SINGING "I hear America
singing, the varied carols I hear,
Those of mechanics,
each one singing his as it
should be blithe and strong,
the carpenter singing his as he measures his
mason singing his as he makes ready for work,
or leaves off work,
the boatman singing what belongs to him in his
the deckhand singing on the steamboat deck,
singing as he sits on his bench,
the hatter singing as he
the wood-cutter's song,
the ploughboy's on his way in the
intermission or at sundown,
the delicious singing of the
or of the young wife at work,
or of the girl sewing or
Each singing what belongs to him or her and to none
the day what belongs to the day -
at night the party of
young fellows, robust, friendly,
with open mouths their strong melodious songs.
I will report all
heroism from an American point of
advent of the phonograph, then the radio, and finally the explosion of
electronic devices that make recorded
music ubiquitous today, the human capacity to sing began a long, gradual
decline among the general population. Why? Because it was no longer necessary.
When we buy recorded music, we are essentially paying someone to sing for us,
paying for a function that was once just part of
Remember the eternal business idea of finding something people do for
themselves and then convincing them to pay for it instead? That is exactly what
happened with recorded music. It attracted people with its novelty and the fact
that they could listen to the very best singers and musicians in the entire
country, whereas before they had to content themselves with the best singer in
the family or the village. In
comparison, their own voices didn't sound so good anymore, and they became
convinced of their own inferiority." -
Is loyalty singing the
Is loyalty not disagreeing with government leaders?
Is loyalty a salute to the flag, with or without the word "God"?
Is loyalty being drafted or volunteering for military service?
Is loyalty voting or refusing to vote because the
choices are so poor?
is understanding that Americans were born of revolt,
flourished on dissent and
became great through experimentation.
loyalty questions the government when there is disagreement.
loyalty accepts the voicing of divergent opinion.
recognize sterotyping by political
size or shape, place of birth or economic
status is a socially divisive trick used by
the transnational elite to further 'globalization'.
Blind Americans adore material
possessions and judge people by the material possessions; listen to, read and
only think about things that supports their limited
perspective; have never
understood the theory of empire; do not like dissenting opinions; admire
jingoistic slogans and the
celebrities that spew them; have bought the elitist notion that America is a classless
society; think that the American "way of life" is the only acceptable way of
living; think expediency trumps
morality; finally, believe
America will not suffer the consequences
of ignoring reality!
"An endemic American problem is
ethnocentrism: belief in or
assumption of the superiority of one's own cultural group. A character defect
is correctible through the clarity of self-awareness and
attendant humility." -
"America does not have anything that an
anthropologist would recognize as a true society. America consists of a mere
cluster of people and groups with various and often opposing beliefs who often
have little tolerance for the beliefs held by others. It has been said that
Americans do not live together, they merely live side by side. These
individuals and groups openly seek to promote their own interests at the
expense of the interests of all. Freedoms of all
sorts are being restricted and those people who fall outside of the dominant
groups are left to their own devices or abandoned entirely. What passes for an
American society is afflicted with numerous irresolvable contradictions. Sooner
or later it mush crash headlong into reality. What passes for a society
continually unravels, no social problems are ever solved, the people are abandoned for the sake of
institutions founded on erroneous
beliefs, and eventually the nation collapses. " - John Kozy
"I have no patience for the
hypocrisy of war monger religious
fanatics and bristle at the narrow minded bravado that suggested
democracy could be delivered at
gunpoint. Included in that group
are the cheerleader pundits and an
American press that was at its worst." - Steve
"We live in a social feedback loop where our
individual comfort zones interact. If we step outside of the social norms,
speak about things that make other people uncomfortable we need to step outside
of our comfort zones in order to do it. Usually the social response is some
form of hostility because, hey, you're impinging on other people's comfort
zones. If you're a normal caring person, your natural response is to retreat
into your comfort zone. The lesson far too many take away from this is not to
venture outside of the comfort zone and certainly don't invade anyone else's.
So we end up policing and censoring ourselves, censoring ourselves for fear of
becoming the outcast we fear we will become. What we really need to face is why
do we accept this self-imposed mind prison? We are supposed to be the
land of the brave yet we cringe over the
slightest imposition to our petty little comfort zones. We should encourage
those that have the strength of character to stick their necks out and speak
about things most of us are afraid to speak about." - Bruce McDonald, a truly
The average American allows electron streams from cathode
ray tubes to caress optic nerves for hours every day creating a
subconsciously concocted fantasy image of reality, a hyperreality, implanted by
corporate puppet masters.
The average American has been taught that acquiring
possessions is the answer to happiness; is
separated from nature and has littel to no
understanding of the Physical Law of the
Creator and Sustainer or the Natural
Moral Law of the Creator and Sustainer.
Americans and God
Between 85% to 90% of Americans that are willing to answer polls
asking about their belief in God claim to believe in God.
Americans that do believe in God have very different conceptual beliefs in God.
A study at Baylor University found that American beliefs about God can
be neatly divided into four groups.
31. 4% of believers in God believe
in an Authoritarian God, defined as a judgmental
deity capable of inflicting punishment.
More individuals in the South
and Midwest believe in an Authoritarian God.
40.4 % of those with only
a high school education believe in an Authoritarian God.
56.1% of those
who believe in a Authoritarian God believeGod has
More Catholics believe in a Benevolent God than in an
A Benevolent God being described as a God who
judges humankind but is mostly a positive
of believers believe in a Distant God.
A Distant God is defined as setting the
Laws of Nature but not interacting with
humans by breaching those Laws of
Believers in a Distant God are 72 times less likely than
those believing in an Authoritarian God to attempt
to convert others to their conceptual
Only 2.5% of believers in a Distant God
mode of belief is the Critical God.
Believers in a Critical God believe
God's displeasure will be felt in another life.
75% of Americans that
believe in God believe in a God that judges an
individual's thoughts and actions.
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new perspective with which to engage reality to which its author adheres. The
author feels that the falsification of reality outside personal experience has
created a populace unable to discern propaganda from reality and that this has
been done purposefully by an international corporate cartel through their
agents who wish to foist a corrupt version of reality on the human race.
Religious intolerance occurs when any group refuses to tolerate religious
practices, religious beliefs or persons due to their religious ideology. This
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Way of Life - a rational gnostic mystery religion based on reason which
requires no leap of faith, accepts no tithes, has no supreme leader, no church
buildings and in which each and every individual is encouraged to develop a
personal relation with the Creator and Sustainer through the pursuit of the
knowledge of reality in the hope of curing the spiritual corruption that has
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international corporate cartels desire to control the human race. The
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corporate media worldwide, the global industrial military entertainment complex
and is responsible for the collapse of morals, the elevation of self-centered
behavior and the destruction of global ecosystems. Civilization is based on
cooperation. Cooperation does not occur at the point of a gun.
social mores and values have declined precipitously over the last century as
the corrupt international cartel has garnered more and more power. This power
rests in the ability to deceive the populace in general through corporate media
by pressing emotional buttons which have been preprogrammed into the population
through prior corporate media psychological operations. The results have been
the destruction of the family and the destruction of social structures that do
not adhere to the corrupt international elites vision of
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directed toward solutions proposed by the corrupt international elite that
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