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Pandemic Paranoia Does Not Go Away From Socialistic Politics

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 18, 2020 at 16:47

Continued COVID-19 Influences Further Fears in Loss of Freedoms:

World politics are now attempting to redirect attention to a differing sense of dominance once, they say, they no longer respect America now that President Trump appears to be on the way out and the potential new administration may be ready to reaffirm the former intentions to recreate the 'one world order' once pronounced by an older American political agenda, one that the other world powers were pursuing in an attempt to break free from American influences. The underworld Asian alliances appear to have caused the necessary break by the introduction of COVID-19 as a weaponized pandemic that will have paranoid power of pandemic fears enthralling socialistic politics for generations; evidently, so they think. One can see the enthusiastic demeanor in the Iranian Islamic regime as the centrifuges are spinning again; an enigmatically quiet Russian presence is seen in the background in just about every Middle Eastern and Asian Minor theater quietly securing Russians interests; and an out-of-control Turkey engaging in just about every circumstances of regaining former Ottoman influences as if Erdo─čan is channeling his Islamic predecessors' ambitions to bring his form of caliphate, potentially to reinsert Ottoman dreams of empire over Jerusalem and be the recipient of coveted world power.
Which poses a problematic question: where are there to be found any reasoned voices to deter and prevent the cataclysm about to befall civilization and the downfall of civilized societies now seen in the preparations of war no one has the fortitude, apparently, to forestall; not even in the United Nations or other globalist associations. World War, again, is now inevitable and what appears to be the current battle is who gets to lead the first charge into the new infamy. There are no loss of candidates struggling to be the head of the global class and in the circumstances of the American republic being thought of as a global policeman from the last century is now diminished for the loss of integrity that once resided in the land of the free and the home of the brave; all lost now for the lack of vision in doing the right thing. Fear is now driving America.
So, global domination aside, where is there a sense of how to move ahead in peaceful endeavors in which might be achieved a means to keep humanity from imploding into factious tribalistic divisions, all intent in pursuing prideful conquests for empire's sake and making the rest of the world pay subjugated tribute as if this would be a path to peace if all would pay obeisance to a solitary ideology that never had the best interests of mankind ever in mind.
Socialistic ideologies actually share a common thread of secularistic domination of extant religious inferences in former societies of history with the invasion of alternate religious influences that remain in modern sequences of domination of contentious territorial ambitions. There is, therefore, little differences between religious and non-religious ambitions of empire in the Middle East and only in ethnic distinctions are there determinable causes of divisive hatred in a region that has been subjected to such historical outbreaks of violence for centuries. Even in this modern time of pestilence and pandemic, it does not seem to have sufficient cause to stop, does it?


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