We've come to the part in the my story when something pretty important in both my personal and professional life comes full circle. In 2017, I apparently had the chutzpah but not the vocabulary to fully articulate how to solve a world problem. I was volunteering with an NGO in Kharkiv, Ukraine, then and in my tiny voice I wrote a big warning to the world: Defend yourself against Soviets. The article was a part one and part two would be published to offer a solution on now to achieve it. Part two never got published and I ditched Maidan Monitoring Information Center not soon after. Today, all these years later I am offering that advice: Boycott Neoconservative corporate aggression!
The best outcome of Donald Trump’s presidency is that we have learned with certainty that U.S. intelligence is a political (Neoconservative) network in the service of the very wealthy. I owe both Mr Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders for the insight and the new vocabulary.
It’s all going to come out. The censorship efforts of the corporations supporting the U.S. government make the former Soviet Union look like Disneyland.
Throughout the Cold War, the CIA served the interests of the financial elite by artificially inflating estimates of Soviet military strength. When the Cold War ended and the CIA was without an adversary, it quickly turned to corporate espionage via the Five Eyes global alliance of the U.S., Canada, Britain, New Zealand and Australia. Social media network analysis has revealed the transnational brokers establishing networks —intellectuals, travelling writers and journalists, militarists and officers, artists, diplomats and politicians, youth leaders, and religious figures, using agents that are part of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance. In Ukraine’s case, Canada. This Canadian agent called Ariana Gic Perry on Twitter blew the entire trillion dollar “perception management” operation for the Rendon Group and the U.S. military-intelligence and corporate-backed media industrial complex (MIMIC). Because Twitter is a bad company run by incompetent people who don't know what they're doing and who willingly participate in corporate aggression against American citizens. A failed business model.
At the present time, we have a proliferation of political nihilists who are spreading dangerous words. Do you really think that we would keep silence and not raise voices to condemn and anathematize them, if their words are destructive? By no means. Righteous moral indignation and civil disobedience is our best recourse. The Neoconservative, whose métier is iconoclasm, is first and foremost a covert lobbyist for corporations. We are battling corporatism.
American society is undergoing a renaissance of deep and spiritual value. There is a significant shift in the values Americans hold, a widening gap with corporations, a return to, or perhaps a new interpretation of, values of earlier generations deeply rooted in the community. The history of corporate aggression in America is not only physical but also psychological, emotional and spiritual. Corporate aggression will most likely continue indefinitely. Threats to the U.S. English language and American values represent a marker for community resilience. Thus, the baseline for resilience among Americans is the MIMIC and more specifically its psychological operations that use mass consciousness to erode the idea and existence of communities.
Famous Neoconservative Irving Kristol applied the intellectually dishonest work of German-American political philosopher Leo Strauss appealing directly to U.S. corporations to commission Neocons as “intellectual champions” to attack the “undesirable other.” Kristol’s corporate network became legendary, and he won the informal title “godfather” for his skill at connecting people to sponsors, making him a potential goldmine for those willing to toe the line. Kristol described Neoconservatism more as a “persuasion” than an ideology. You and I would call it a pyramid scheme. Thus, our best recourse is to boycott all efforts of the Neoconservative foot soldiers of corporations and affiliated institutions.
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