The U.S. Betrays Its Heritage by Threatening World War III Against Russia and China

Americans who cherish our country’s legacy are horrified by our headlong rush to war. America at its best was the very motor of world progress, higher living standards and peace.

That is our true national identity. We betray “the better angels of our nature” by making military threats against those who are advancing world powers, as we once were. We commit suicide when we dishonor historic agreements that keep the world safe from nuclear annihilation.

When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the U.S. promised Russian leaders that the U.S.-led military alliance known as NATO would not be extended eastward toward Russia. The transatlantic Globalist war-making faction broke this promise. NATO has moved eastward with eight new members, heavily armed and hostile to Russia. The U.S. installed a far-right anti-Russian regime in Ukraine on Russia’s border, and armed them for conflict.

China has been similarly ringed by threatening U.S. fleets and military bases.

Russia and China have made it plain they find this intolerable, and cannot permit it to go further.

The world is hurtling toward the unimaginable horror of nuclear war.

We must look soberly and deeply into U.S. history to see how our nation changed from a force for peace into an aggressive provocateur.

We were industrialized by progressive patriots. They won out against Southern slave-owners and imperial financiers who blocked American progress. The U.S. at its best boosted other nations to technological prowess.

Abraham Lincoln and his allies organized the greatest advances ever made in technology and living standards, and a long era of peace with the world. Franklin Roosevelt and John Kennedy sought a partnership with Russia to bring peace and a humane existence to all mankind.

America changed course after Kennedy’s murder. We gave up our industries and lost our skills. We gave power to unaccountable Globalist financiers. Their speculation and deindustrialization have bankrupted the Western world. Other powers are now rising who won’t follow Globalist rules into poverty and national suicide.

The gravest danger now comes from America abandoning its own historic mission, which is to elevate the common man. Those who know history are especially challenged to act now, to speak out, so that we may protect the civilization that America at its best did so much to advance.

Over the past half century since Kennedy’s death, the United States, guided by a transatlantic war-making faction, has launched war after war, winning nothing and bringing chaos and suffering to countless millions.

Our greatest past leaders warned that waging aggressive war would destroy our country

George Washington led our Revolution against the British Empire’s invading armies. But as President, Washington sought peace with the world. He warned,

The nation which indulges towards another an habitual hatred … is a slave to its animosity … which … lead[s] it astray from its duty and its interest. [This hatred] disposes each [country] more readily to offer insult and injury … and to be haughty and intractable when accidental or trifling occasions of dispute occur … The government … makes the animosity of the nation subservient to projects of hostility instigated by pride, ambition and other sinister and pernicious motives. The peace often, sometimes perhaps the liberty, of nations has been the victim.”Why Democracies in G7 and NATO Should Reject U.S. Leadership

(Washington, Farewell Address, September 19, 1796)

Abraham Lincoln as a congressman exposed the lies that President James Polk used to justify aggressive war against Mexico. (Lincoln’s “Spot Resolutions,” December 22, 1847). And just before he himself ran for President, Lincoln denounced war-makers as barbarians:

From the first appearance of man upon the earth … the words “stranger” and “enemy” were … almost synonymous. Long after civilized nations had defined robbery and murder as high crimes, and had affixed severe punishments to them, when practiced … upon their own people … it was deemed no offence, but even meritorious, to rob, and murder, and enslave strangers, whether as nations or as individuals … To correct the evils … which spring from want of sympathy … among strangers … is one of the highest functions of civilization.

(Lincoln, speech to Wisconsin Agricultural Fair, September 30, 1859).

As President, leading the defense of the Union against the slave-owners’ attack, Lincoln urged peace with the world:

With malice toward none; with charity for all … let us … do all which may achieve and cherish a just, and a lasting peace, among ourselves, and with all nations.

(Lincoln, Second Inaugural Address, March 4, 1865)

President Franklin Roosevelt organized the United Nations and proposed that world peace and poverty-fighting must be centered on continuing the anti-fascist partnership of the U.S., Russia, Britain and China.

The UN Charter begins,

We the peoples of the United Nations, determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war…

This is the bedrock of real human rights, not a phony cover-up for regime-change.

President John Kennedy pulled the USA and Russia away from nuclear catastrophe by a deal that removed U.S. missiles from Turkey in exchange for Russian missiles taken out of Cuba.

Kennedy asked Americans to

re-examine our attitude toward the Soviet Union… the American people [should] not … fall into the same trap as the Soviets, … to see only a distorted and desperate view of the other side, … [with] communication as nothing more than an exchange of threats.

No government or social system is so evil that its people must be considered as lacking in virtue. As Americans, we find communism profoundly repugnant as a negation of personal freedom and dignity. But we can still hail the Russian people for their many achievements—in science and space, in economic and industrial growth, in culture and in acts of courage….

[Our] two countries have … [a] mutual abhorrence of war…. [W]e have never been at war with each other. And no nation … ever suffered more than the Soviet Union suffered in … the Second World War. At least 20 million lost their lives…. A third of the nation’s territory, including nearly two thirds of its industrial base, was turned into a wasteland…

Today, should total war ever break out again … all we have built, all we have worked for, would be destroyed in the first 24 hours…. We must conduct our affairs in such a way that it becomes in the Communists’ interest to agree on a genuine peace….

(Kennedy, Commencement Address at Washington University, June 10, 1963)

A pioneering international treaty partially banning nuclear weapons was soon thereafter signed by the U.S., U.S.S.R., and 100 nations.

President Kennedy fired top officials (Allen Dulles, CIA, and Gen. Lyman Lemnitzer, Pentagon) who treacherously sabotaged U.S. peace policy. As he was working to prevent full-scale war in Vietnam, and seeking diplomatic ties with Cuba’s Fidel Castro, Kennedy was murdered.

Martin Luther King risked increased government oppression and even the condemnation of his civil rights allies when he took upon himself leadership of the movement against the Vietnam War.

King’s 1967 New York speech reaches out to us today and calls us to action.

I speak as one who loves America, to the leaders of our own nation: The great initiative in this war is ours; the initiative to stop it must be ours…

Each day the war goes on the hatred increases in the heart of the Vietnamese and in the hearts of those of humanitarian instinct. The Americans are forcing even their friends into becoming their enemies… they are incurring deep psychological and political defeat. The image of America will never again be the image of revolution, freedom, and democracy, but the image of violence and militarism…

The war in Vietnam is but a symptom of a far deeper malady within the American spirit, and if we ignore this sobering reality…, we will find ourselves organizing [anti-war] committees for the next generation… [We will have war] without end, unless there is a significant and profound change in American life and policy…

[The] words of the late John F. Kennedy come back to haunt us. Five years ago he said, “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable” …

[The] Western nations that initiated so much of the revolutionary spirit of the modern world have now become the arch antirevolutionaries….

[We] call for a worldwide fellowship that lifts neighborly concern beyond one’s tribe, race, class, and nation … an all-embracing and unconditional love for all mankind…

We still have a choice today: nonviolent coexistence or violent co-annihilation…

A time comes when silence is betrayal…

(Martin Luther King, Speech at Riverside Church, April 4, 1967)

Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt, Kennedy and King, who inspired America and the world, urge us not to remain silent when humanity’s existence is threatened.

Killing General Robert E Lee

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Crowds cheered as the 21-foot statue of the Confederate general was lifted off its pedestal in the state’s capital.

SEPTEMBER 20, 2021

NY Times: Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From State Capital

The Confederate memorial was erected in 1890.

Whether you’re an American or not, this ugly event down in Lee’s rapidly “diversifying” Virginia  offers us a good “teachable moment” for remembering (and honoring) the memory of the real General Lee.

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A great general — and a good man.
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As recently as 1995, the US postal service was still honoring Lee with postage stamps.
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An ignoble end. Marxist rabble scum had long been vandalizing the pedestal of the statue with state-protected impunity. But tear down a Rainbow Fag Flag and they’ll charge you with a “hate crime.”

Robert E Lee graduated as the 2nd highest ranked student in his class from the West Point Military Academy in 1829 — where his focus was on studying engineering. He further distinguished himself by not incurring a single “demerit” during his four years of study — a distinction shared by only 45 other cadets during the academy’s 220 year history.

Year later, as a staff officer, Lee earned his name as a tactician during in the Mexican–American War (1846–1848). His reconnaissance was instrumental in several American victories by mapping out attack routes which the Mexicans left undefended because they had assumed that the terrain was impassable.

Lee, though himself having owned a small number of slaves, described slavery as a “moral and political evil” which would pass in due time. Ironically, much like the newly-elected U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, Lee was as opposed to southern secession as he was to the dangerous idea of radically abolishing slavery all at at once (because it would trigger a war). Indeed, it was those extreme forces — promulgated by agents linked to Europe (Rothschild) and warned about by Andrew Jackson a few decades earlier —  which slowly but surely inched the United States toward the coming disaster. When the U.S. Civil War between North and South finally broke out in 1861, Lee was offered the position of Major General in the Union Army by Lincoln’s advisor, Francis Blair. Lee replied:

“Mr. Blair, I look upon secession as anarchy. If I owned the four millions of slaves in the South I would sacrifice them all to the Union; but how can I draw my sword upon Virginia, my native state?”

With heavy heart, Lee, and in spite of his disappointment with pro-slavery southern secessionists, Lee chose to fight for the South — commanding the Confederate States Army and personally leading the Army of Northern Virginia. He became a legend, respected on both sides, by establishing himself as an inspiring leader and brilliant tactician in the face of the superior Union numbers and resources that would ultimately prevail and lead to Lee’s surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant in 1865.

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A record of accomplishment at West Point matched by very few over a 220 year history.
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Lee at Gettysburg — which proved to be his downfall.
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Lee surrenders to Grant at Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia. The Union men had the utmost respect for the honorable Virginia general.

Yes, Lee was a brilliant man and a great general — but so was Genghis Monster. There is much more to the man that ought to remembered, and honored. To get a proper sense of who Lee was and what made him so special, let’s go to “original source history” — the best form of analysis — and familiarize ourselves with some of his own words and inner thoughts.

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(Lee’s advice to a new mother) Teach your child to deny himself.

* Duty then is the sublimest word in the English language. You should do your duty in all things. You can never do more, you should never wish to do less. 

If a friend asks a favor, you should grant it if it is reasonable; if not, tell him plainly why you cannot: You will wrong him and wrong yourself by equivocation of any kind.

* Get correct views of life, and learn to see the world in its true light. It will enable you to live pleasantly, to do good, and, when summoned away, to leave without regret.

In this enlightened age, there are few I believe, but what will acknowledge, that slavery as an institution is a moral & political evil in any country. It is useless to expatiate on its disadvantages.

We should live, act, and say nothing to the injury of anyone. It is not only best as a matter of principle, but it is the path to peace and honor.

* If you have any fault to find with anyone, tell him, not others, of what you complain; there is no more dangerous experiment than that of undertaking to be one thing before a man’s face and another behind his back

In all my perplexities and distresses, the Bible has never failed to give me light and strength.

Never do a wrong thing to make a friend–or to keep one.

* I cannot trust a man to control others who cannot control himself. 

* In this enlightened age, there are few I believe, but what will acknowledge, that slavery as an institution, is a moral & political evil in any Country. 

Secession is nothing but revolution. The framers of our Constitution never exhausted so much labor, wisdom, and forbearance in its formation, and surrounded it with so many guards and securities, if it was intended to be broken by every member of the Confederacy at will.  

What a cruel thing is war; to separate and destroy families and friends, and mar the purest joys and happiness God has granted us in this world; to fill our hearts with hatred instead of love for our neighbors, and to devastate the fair face of this beautiful world! 

My heart bleeds at the death of every one of our gallant men. 

So far from engaging in a war to perpetuate slavery, I am rejoiced that slavery is abolished. I believe it will be greatly for the interests of the South. So fully am I satisfied of this, as regards Virginia especially, that I would cheerfully have lost all I have lost by the war, and have suffered all I have suffered, to have this object attained. 

The idea that the Southern people are hostile to the negroes and would oppress them, if it were in their power to do so, is entirely unfounded. They have grown up in our midst, and we have been accustomed from childhood to look upon them with kindness.

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A strong “straight arrow” Christian moral character and unshakable senses of duty, honor and courage were the true pillars of Lee’s enduring legend. In short, General Lee represented everything that today’s corrupt “powers that be” (cough cough) hate and fear in a man. And THAT, boys and girls, is why the Marxist scum (under guidance from forces above) have defaced and removed his statue.