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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 19, 2012 at 07:45

Ismael ,

Thanks for your kind reply. You wrote :

> Both, the liberal-leftist thought and the modern "conservative" thought are both revolutionaries, where "the ends justify the means.<

They are just two wings or factions of the same party.They both promote the same agenda and are sponsored by the same paymasters of finance capitalism which is used to giving money to both the ruling party and the opposition. You control all teh political process this way instead of merely a half of it.

Yet, I wouldn't call a "leftist" somebody who is sponsored by the House of Rockefeller or ibn Saud, no matter what amount of left-wing vocabulary is contained in his speeches. I have a more sophisticated idea of what constitues left and what does not.

> Be friend with the Castros of Cuba or with the Saudi psychopat princes is not more a matter of conscience, but only a matter of benefits. Depending on the situation, our politicians, journalists, scholars, scientists and "opinion makers" ally himself with anyone and try to convince us that this new position is right, no matter how blatantly incoerent that new position appear to all honest and serious people that studies our present, past and future situation.<

Absolutely. They are all unprincipled opportunists - the only species that can thrive under neo-feudalism which is the political ideal of all those plutocrats, oligarchs and finance capitalists that hide behind the New World Order agenda.

> The revolutionary mindset that dominates the thoughts of our "authorities" and "intellectuals" is a disgrace, the same thought that produced abominable things like the USSR (Lenin, Stalin), Hitler and the National Socialist Germany, Mao and the Communist China, Cuba under the Castros, the rising to power of the Saudi dynasty (at large extent due to the collaboration of the British officials and the present USA support for that horrible and psychopathic regime), and that now is supporting the terrorists islamists that try to overthrow the Assad of Syria, the same terrorists islamists that murdered Khadafi and that killed thousands of american soldiers in Irak and Afhganistan, and that murdered tens of thousands of christians in the last 10 years in the Middle East, forcing half of the christian population of Iraq to flee of their homes and country, with the consent of American authorities and soldiers, that don' have made nothing to stop that, and now the same pattern is being repeated in Syria.All this because our "authorities" and "intellectuals" believe that this will help their plans in the region, no matter how many people dies in the process, so that, in the end, a "New Order" arises.<

Well, there is method to that madness though. The US is adopting the policy of controllable chaos to remain the only superpower (with all advantages and privileges it brings) despite its growing weakness and more and more trembling feet of clay. It makes all regions where its global rival China can have any advantage anarchic and chaotic and thus impossible for the Chinese to extract resources to consolidate and expand its strength. Libya was a good example to that and now Syria is - a key country in a region so rich in the fuel of the future- natural gas.

Frankly, with the sorts of problems the US is facing it has few other choice but promoting and creating chaos ("democracy" and "human rights" US-style are of course just agents of destabilization and nothing more) wherever it can and siding with the forces of evil and anarchy. And Islam is the most potent force of chaos and decay today and this is the reason why the US loves it so much.

To us it may seem mad and un-understandable, but to them this madness a matter of geostrategic survival and prolonging their imperial lifestyle with sinking productivity and economic potential for a few more years , a few more decades...and "After us the deluge" !

> Is no mystery that in this environment, some madman arises and kills dozens of people, believing that is acting "in the name of a Great Cause", in the same manner that our politicians, "authorities" and "intellectuals" supports assassins around the world if their actions are beneficial to them, luring us with his deceits so that we believe that this revolutionary, mad and psychopathic thought is correct.<

Here I hesititate to agree with you. If your corrupt and opportunistic government paid by the Saudis or the Rockefellers drives you into a corner, then the choices you are left with are few and gloomy. You can either wait for the government and its agents of jihad and/or the NWO to come and take the rest of your dignity, identity, history, land and eventually life or you can anticipate that violent scenario and counter it with their own weapons as the Jews did in the Warsaw ghetto. Tertium non datur.

So I would never condemn Breivik because he refused to be another ewe on the NWO conveyor of barbarity,decay and death and counterattacked in the only possible manner under the abnormal circumstances those corrupt opportunists in power have created for us. All the bastards that are working for and hope to profit from a dystopian future for us shall understand that the way to this somber future will be paved not only with our own blood but also with theirs. High treason has always been punished that way, hasn't it ?

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